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Training Materials Prepared by: ALVIE RODGERS C.E.T.

HITACHI PROJECTION TELEVISION

2003 MODEL RELEASE DIGITAL HD READY PTV Model No 46W500 51S700 57S700 65S700 51S500 57S500 65S500 57T500 65T500 57X500 65X500
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Chassis DP33W 2 DP36 1,3 DP36 1,3 DP36 1,3 DP37 3 DP37 3 DP37 3 DP37C DP37C DP37D DP37D

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Includes built in ATSC/QUAM tuner Includes built in DVD Player 3 Includes built in Photo Card Reader
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2003 DP-3X Chassis Projection Television Information


Materials Prepared by Alvie Rodgers C.E.T. (Chamblee, GA.)

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SECTION (1) POWER SUPPLY DIAGRAMS:

LEDs (Visual Trouble Shooting) Stand By Power Supply Circuit Diagram Explained ------- 01-01 LEDs (Visual Trouble Shooting) Stand By Power Supply Circuit Diagram -------------------- 01-02 LEDs (Visual Trouble Shooting) Deflection Power Supply Circuit Diagram Explained ----- 01-03 LEDs (Visual Trouble Shooting) Deflection Power Supply Circuit Diagram ------------------- 01-04 Power Supply Shut Down Circuit Diagram Explained -------------------------------------------- 01-05 Power Supply Shut Down Circuit Diagram --------------------------------------------------------- 01-10 Protect (Deflection) Hi Volt Shut Down Circuit Diagram and Explanation ------------------- 01-11 Prot_CPT and PROT_SW Shut Down Circuit Diagram ----------------------------------------- 01-12 SW +115V Hi Voltage Regulation Circuit Diagram Explained ---------------------------------- 01-13 SW +115V Hi Voltage Regulation Circuit Diagram ----------------------------------------------- 01-14

SECTION (2) MICROPROCESSOR INFORMATION: Microprocessor DATA COMMUNICATION Explanation ------------------------------------Microprocessor DATA COMMUNICATION Circuit Diagram -----------------------------------Audio Video Mute Circuit Diagram Explanation ------------------------------------------------Audio Video Mute Circuit Diagram ----------------------------------------------------------------Microprocessor NTSC Sync Input Circuit Diagram Explained --------------------------------Microprocessor NTSC Sync Input Circuit Diagram Circuit Diagram ----------------------------02-01 02-05 02-06 02-08 02-09 02-10

SECTION (3) VIDEO CIRCUIT INFORMATION: Video NTSC Circuit Diagram Explained ----------------------------------------------------------- 03-01 Video NTSC Circuit Diagram Circuit Diagram ------------------------------------------------------ 03-03 Component Video and NTSC Continued Circuit Diagram Explanation ----------------------- 03-04 Component Video and NTSC Continued Circuit Diagram --------------------------------------- 03-06 Rainforest IC Pulse Explanation Explained -------------------------------------------------------- 03-07 ABL Circuit Diagram Explanation ------------------------------------------------------------------- 03-08 ABL Circuit Diagram ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 03-09 Component Sync Circuit Diagram Explanation ----------------------------------------------------- 03-10 Component Sync Circuit Diagram --------------------------------------------------------------------- 03-11 ATSC (Digital Tuner) Block Diagram DP-36 and DP-38 Only -------------------------------------- 03-12 DVI Input Circuit Diagram ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 03-13 Audio Video Mute Circuit Diagram Explanation (See Microprocessor Section) -------- 02-06 Audio Video Mute Circuit Diagram (See Microprocessor Section) ----------------------- 02-07

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SECTION (4) AUDIO CIRCUIT INFORMATION:

Audio Main Terminal Circuit Diagram Explanation ----------------------------------------------------------- 04-01 Audio Main Terminal Circuit Diagram --------------------------------------------------------------------------- 04-02 Main / Sub Audio Selection Circuit Diagram Explanation --------------------------------------------------- 04-03 Main / Sub Audio Selection Circuit Diagram ------------------------------------------------------------------- 04-04

SECTION (5) DEFLECTION CIRCUIT: Horizontal Drive Circuit Diagram Explanation ---------------------------------------------------------------- 05-01 Horizontal Drive Circuit Diagram -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 05-03 IH01 Horizontal Drive IC Voltages and Waveforms (Also, Not Running Info.) ------------------------- 05-04 Sweep Loss Detection Circuit Diagram Explanation ----------------------------------------------------------- 05-05 Sweep Loss Detection Circuit Diagram --------------------------------------------------------------------------- 05-06 Vertical Output Circuit Diagram Explanation ------------------------------------------------------------------ 05-07 Vertical Output Circuit Diagram ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 05-08 Pincushion Circuit Diagram --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 05-09 Pincushion Circuit Diagram --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 05-10

SECTION (6) DIGITAL CONVERGENCE CIRCUIT INFORMATION: Digital Convergence Interconnect Circuit Diagram Explanation ------------------------------------------- 06-01 Digital Convergence Interconnect Circuit Diagram ---------------------------------------------------------- 06-05 Remote CLU5728TSI (Digital Convergence Mode Functions) DP-37 ------------------------------------- 06-06 Remote CLU5727TSI (Digital Convergence Mode Functions) DP-33W ---------------------------------- 06-07 Remote CLU5725TSI (Digital Convergence Mode Functions) DP-37C and DP-37D ------------------- 06-08 46" Overlay Dimensions ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 06-09 51" Overlay Dimensions ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 06-10 57" Overlay Dimensions ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 06-11 65" Overlay Dimensions ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 06-12

SECTION (7) ADJUSTMENT INFORMATION: Only information that differs for the DP-2X (previous chassis) are included.

DCU Crosshatch Phase Settings --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 07-01 Off-Set for Red and Blue Raster Position Adjustment ------------------------------------------------------ 07-02 Vertical Size Adjustment ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 07-03 Horizontal Size Adjustment --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 07-04 DCU Character Set-Up and DCU Data Confirmation Adjustment --------------------------------------- 07-05 DCU Pattern (Sensor Position) Set-Up Adjustment ---------------------------------------------------------- 07-06 Read from ROM Notes -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 07-07 Remote CLU5728TSI (Digital Convergence Mode Functions) DP-37 ------------------------------------- 07-08 Remote CLU5727TSI (Digital Convergence Mode Functions) DP-33W ---------------------------------- 07-09 Remote CLU5725TSI (Digital Convergence Mode Functions) DP-37C and DP-37D ------------------- 07-10 Adjusting Digital Convergence Using an External Signal --------------------------------------------------- 07-11 Magic Focus Error Codes ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 07-12 Magnet Locations --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 07-13

Overlay Dimensions (See Digital Convergence Section) --------------------------------------- 06-09 ~06-12

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SECTION (8) MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION:

Signal PWB Drawing --------------------------------------------------------------------------------Deflection PWB Drawing ---------------------------------------------------------------------------Power Supply PWB Drawing ----------------------------------------------------------------------CRT PWBs Drawing ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------Front Control PWBs Drawing ---------------------------------------------------------------------Rear Panel DP-36 (Terminal Input) Drawing (S700 Models) -----------------------------------Rear Panel DP-37 (Terminal Input) Drawing (S500 Models) ----------------------------------Rear Panel DP-37C (Terminal Input) Drawing (T500 Models) --------------------------------Rear Panel DP-37D (Terminal Input) Drawing (X500 Models) -------------------------------Rear Panel DP-33W (Terminal Input) Drawing (W750 Models) -------------------------------

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SECTION (9) DP-33W DVD TROUBLESHOOTING: No DVD Player Picture -----------------------------------------------------------------------------No DVD Player Analog Audio ---------------------------------------------------------------------No DVD Player Digital Audio ---------------------------------------------------------------------DVD Player Power Supply Check ----------------------------------------------------------------DVD Player Control Check ------------------------------------------------------------------------DVD Player Audio / Video Check -----------------------------------------------------------------DVD Player Interface Block Diagram -----------------------------------------------------------DVD Player Video Signal Diagram ---------------------------------------------------------------DP-33W Microprocessor Data Communication Signal Diagram --------------------------DVD Player Audio Signal Path Signal Diagram -----------------------------------------------DVD PLAYER TROUBLESHOOTING PICTURES: DVD Player Front View and Plastic Cover ----------------------------------------------------- DVD Player Control Panel Removal and Plastic Cover Removal -------------------------- DVD Player Removal and Dropped Down But Still Connected ---------------------------- DVD Player Removed and Top View ------------------------------------------------------------ DVD Player Top Screws Removal and Ribbon Cables Identified -------------------------- Separation DVD Player From Power Supply PWB ------------------------------------------- DVD Player Separated From Power Supply PWB -------------------------------------------- Power Supply PWB Troubleshooting Layout --------------------------------------------------SECTION (10) THINGS YOUR SHOULD KNOW: ----------------------------------- 10-01 09-01 09-02 09-03 09-04 09-05 09-06 09-07 09-08 09-09 09-10 09-11 09-12 09-13 09-14 09-15 09-16 09-17 09-18

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DP-3X CHASSIS INFORMATION

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DP-3X LED (Visual Trouble Detection) CIRCUIT EXPLANATION


STAND BY POWER SUPPLY This explains the LED used for Visual Trouble Shooting Circuit Diagram explanation: (See DP-3X LED (Visual Trouble Detection) Diodes for Stand By Power Supply Diagram for details) 1 GREEN In the DP-3X chassis, there is 1 Green LED in the Stand By power supply. Use this LED to determine if the set is experiencing a problem. The LEDs can be used in the following ways. OFF: If the LED is off, then the power supply that is being monitored is unavailable. (Excluding the possibility that the LED itself is malfunctioning). If the LED turns on but then quickly goes off, then the power supply that is being monitored can be suspected. ON: If the LED is on, then the power supply that is being monitored is working normal. (There is the possibility that the power supply being monitored may in fact be present but low. If after making visual inspection and all seems OK, but theres still a problem, be sure to check the accuracy of the power supply in question. GREEN LED D913. D913 (Stand By +5V) Monitors the Stand By +5V output from U901 pin 1. This is a new IC in the DP-3X chassis. It is a self contained DC-DC converter that provides the Stand By +5V which keeps the necessary circuits alive when the set is turned off. Such as the Microprocessor, etc..

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DP-3X CHASSIS L.E.D. (Visual Troubleshooting) for the Stand By Power Supply (1 Green L.E.D. for visual trouble sensing observation)

U901 9 C919

L924

GREEN L.E.D. C922

PPS5 10 SBY + 5V

C918 D913

8 Stand By DC-DC Converter

4 5 6 7

Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd

D913 illuminates when the Stand By +5V is available.

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DP-3X LED (Visual Trouble Detection) CIRCUIT EXPLANATION


This explains the LEDs used in the Deflection Power Supply used for Visual Trouble Shooting Circuit Diagram explanation: (See DP-3X LED (Visual Troubleshooting) for the Deflection Power Supply Diagram for details) 5 LEDS, 4 GREEN AND 1 RED In the DP-3X chassis, there are 5 total LEDs that can be used for Visual Trouble shooting. 4 Green and 1 Red. Use these LEDs to determine if the set is experiencing a problem. The LEDs can be used in the following ways. OFF: If the LED is off, then the power supply that is being monitored is unavailable. (Excluding the possibility that the LED itself is malfunctioning). NOTE: If D932 LED opens, then the set will be in shut down condition because of its current flow explained below. If the LED turns on but then quickly goes off before the others, then the power supply that is being monitored can be suspected. ON: If the LED is on, then the power supply that is being monitored is working normal. (There is the possibility that the power supply being monitored may in fact be present but low. If after making visual inspection and all seems OK, but theres still a problem, be sure to check the accuracy of the power supply in question. RED LED D912 D912 is used to monitor the Start Up and Run voltage for the Driver IC I901. This IC is used to generate the following voltages. Audio SW +30V SW +10V +220V SW+28V SW -28V SW +115V The LED D912 is attached to pin 4 of I901. If the voltage is missing, the LED will not light. GREEN LEDs D956, D955, D954 and D932. D956 (Audio +30V) Monitors the Audio +30V output from T901 pin 18 and rectifier D919 cathode. D955 (SW +5.5V) Monitors the SW +5.5V generated by the SW +5.5V regulator I905 pin 1 from T901 pin 15 and rectifier D922 cathode. D954 (SW +28V) Monitors the SW +28V output from T901 pin 15 and rectifier D922 cathode. Note: This LED requires the SW 28V power supply to be functioning to operated. If the LED opens, or the negative SW 28V is missing, this LED will not illuminate. If the SW 28V is missing, the set will shut down. D932 (SW +115V) Monitors the SW +115V output from T901 pin 11 and rectifier D925 cathode. This power supply is used for Deflection and High Voltage generation.

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DP-3X CHASSIS
L.E.D. (Visual Troubleshooting) for the Main Power Supply (5 Total L.E.D. for visual trouble sensing observation, 4 Green and 1 Red)
T901 18 17 D919 GREEN L.E.D. L909 R931 C926 D956 10 28V T901 15 L918 13 C932 C933 C934 L910 E904 D922 1.77A I905 3 SW+5.5V Reg 2 C935 5 8 R933 1 L914 R932 6 L915 R934 C936 GREEN L.E.D. D955 2.28A

E901

1.59A

9 7 Right Audio IAA1 Ft. Audio 12 Left Audio Out PPS5 8 9 3 Gnd 4 Gnd 5 Gnd 7 Gnd L919 1.00A PPD5 1 2 SW+ 28V SW+ 28V SW + 5.5V

C924 C925

-28V 14

C940 E905 D923 L920 C939

C941

R964 D954 R965

GREEN L.E.D.

See Shut Down Circuit

D952 D953 L923 R952 R953 D932 GREEN L.E.D. R913

T901 +115V 11 12

D925

R944 0.39 Ohm Q905 C949

E907 +115V Over Current R946

0.85A

9 10 3 Gnd 4 Gnd 5 Gnd 6 Gnd

SW + 115V SW + 115V

C942 C943

SW + 115V R940 R941 1 R942 2

AC From Relay S901

Osc B+ R906

Start Up R907 R918

Run 16.3V 4

From Pin 8 T901 7.5P/P

D907 D908 4 R914 1 D910 Q901 3

I906

D911 C911 RED L.E.D. D912

I901
Driver/Output IC 5

Regulator Photocoupler

Hot Ground from pin 9 of T901

I904
115V Regulator

2 C946 D927

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DP-3X POWER SUPPLY SHUT DOWN EXPLANATION


GENERIC SHUT DOWN CIRCUITS EXPLAINED: The following circuits are commonly used in Hitachi product and relate to the drawing on page 01-10: SW +115V EXCESSIVE CURRENT DETECTION (See Figure 1) One very common circuit used in many Hitachi television products is the B+ Excessive Current Sensing circuit. In this circuit is a low ohm resistor R944 in series with the SW +115V. The value of this resistor is 0.39 ohm. When the current demand increases, the voltage drop across the resistor increases. If the voltage drop is sufficient to reduce the voltage on the base of Q905, the transistor will conduct, producing a Shutdown signal that is directed to the appropriate circuit indicated on the drawing on page 01-10 as point (A).

R944 0.39
SW+115V Current Sensor C949 R946 Base Bias

Q905

R947

Shut-Down Signal Figure 1

NEGATIVE VOLTAGE LOSS DETECTION (See Figure 2) The purpose of the Negative Voltage Loss detection circuit is to compare the negative voltage with its counter part positive voltage. If at any time, the negative voltage drops or disappears, the circuit will produce a Shutdown signal. In Figure 2, there are two resistors of equal value, (15K). One to the positive voltage SW +28V and one to the negative voltage SW 28V. At their tie point, (neutral point), the voltage is effectually zero (0) volts. If however, the negative voltage is lost, the neutral point will go positive. This in turn will cause the zener diode D952 to fire, creating a Shutdown Signal through D953 and on to the appropriate circuit indicated on the drawing on page 01-10 as point (A). Note: The LED D954 used for visual trouble shooting is illuminated by the current draw from +28V to the 28V supply.

Shut-Down Signal

Voltage Loss Detector

D953 D952

R964 15K

D954

R965 15K SW -28V

SW +28V Figure 2

VOLTAGE TOO HIGH DETECTION (See Figure 3) Another circuit used is the Voltage Too High Detection circuit. In the example shown in Figure 3, the zener diode D931 is connected to a voltage divider R952 and R953. If the voltage source rises too high, the voltage at the divider center point will rise as well and trigger or fire the zener diode which produces a Shutdown signal through D930 and on to the appropriate circuit indicated on the drawing on page 01-10 as point (A).

SW +115V D931 R952 R953 D930

Voltage Too High Detector Shut-Down Signal

Figure 3

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DP-3X POWER SUPPLY SHUT DOWN EXPLANATION


VOLTAGE LOSS or SHORT DETECTION (See Figure 4) One circuit used is the Voltage Loss Detection circuit. This is a very simple circuit that detects a loss of a particular power supply and supplies a PullDown path for the base of a PNP transistor. This circuit consist of a diode connected by its cathode to a positive B+ power supply. Under normal conditions, the diode is reversed biases, which keeps the base of Q1 pulled up, forcing it OFF. However, if there is a short or excessive load on the B+ line thats being monitored, the diode in effect will have a LOW on its cathode, turning it ON. This will allow a current path for the base bias of Q1, which will turn it ON and generates a Shutdown Signal.

Voltage Loss Detector

Any Positive B+ Supply B+

Q1
Figure 4 Shut-Down Signal

B+ GENERATION FOR THE MAIN POWER SUPPLY DRIVER IC I901: Vcc for the Driver IC is first generated by the AC input. This voltage is called Start Up Voltage. I901 normal pin 4 voltage is 23.3V. However, it will begin operation at 12V on pin (4) of I901. When the set is turned on by S901, AC is applied. AC is routed through the main fuse F901 (a 10 Amp fuse), then through the Line filter L901 to prevent any internal high frequency radiation for radiating back into the AC power line. After passing L901 filter it passes another filter L903. The HOT leg of AC is routed through the relay S901 and AC arrives at the main full wave bridge rectifier D901 where it is converted to Raw 150V DC voltage to be supplied to the power supply switching transformer T901 pins (1 and 2). However, one leg of the AC is routed to R906 and R907 (both a 3.9K ohm resistor), filtered by C911, clamped by a 36V Zener D911 and made available to pin (4) of I901 as start up voltage. When this voltage reaches 13Vdc, the internal Regulator of I901 is turned On and it begins to operate. When the power supply begins to operate by turning on and off the internal Switch MOS FET, the Raw 150V DC routed through T901, in on pin 3 (Drain) and out on pin 2 which is the Source. The Source of the internal Switch MOS FET is routed out of pin (2) through four low ohm resistors (R908, R909, R910 and R911) to hot ground. When the internal Switch MOS FET turns on, it causes the transformer to saturate building up the magnet field. When the internal Switch MOS FET turns off, the magnet field collapses and the EMF is coupled over to the secondary windings, as well as the drive windings. The drive windings at pin (8) produce a run voltage pulse which is rectified by D907, filtered by C911 then routed clamped by D911 and now becomes run voltage (23.3V) for I901 pin 4. HOT GROUND SIDE SHUT DOWN SENSING CIRCUITS. (Specific to I901). In addition, there are 4 Hot Ground side Shutdown inputs that are specifically detected by the main power driver IC I901. These sensors circuits protect I901 from excessive current, temperature or over voltage. LATCHED SHUT DOWN MONITORS: (AC must be removed to recover). 1. (OVP) Pin 4 is monitored for Over Voltage Protection at pin 4 of I901. 2. (TSD) I901 itself is monitored for Excessive Heat. This block is labeled TSD. (Thermal Sensing Device). 3. (Trigger) Over Load Protection monitors the difference between the Hot Ground and Floating Ground. RECOVERING SHUT DOWN INPUT: (Driver IC will recover on its own when trouble is removed.) 4. (OCP) Pin 1 monitors the low ohm resistors, R908, R909, R910 and R911. If these resistors have an excessive current condition caused by monitoring the current through the internal Switch MOS FET, the voltage will rise and pin 1 has an internal Over Voltage detection op-amp. If this voltage rises enough to trigger this op-amp, the IC will stop producing a drive signal.

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DP-3X POWER SUPPLY SHUT DOWN EXPLANATION


The next explanation discusses the Cold Ground side shut down circuit operation. This explains the Power Supply Shut Down Circuit Diagram: See DP-3X Power Supply Shut Down Diagram for details Use this explanation and Diagram in conjunction with the following diagrams; DP-3X Deflection Protect Power Supply Shut Down Circuit Diagram and DP-3X PROT_CPT and PROT_SW Shut Down Circuit Diagram. The Power supply is centered around the Switching Transformer T901 and the driver IC, I901. This power supply creates voltages that are Switched on when the Set is turned on. 1. Audio SW +30V 2. SW +10V 3. +220V 4. SW+28V 5. SW -28V 6. SW +115V Other supplies are generated from these 6 main voltages. Q904 Relay Inhibit Activation. (SHUT DOWN) called COMMON ACTION CIRCUIT. All Shut Down events will cause the main power relay to turn off. This action will stop all secondary power supplies. The Low Voltage power supply (Stand-By) continues to operate. If any of the 23 shut down circuits activate, the base of Q904 will go High. This turns on Q903 and removes the Power On High from PPS4 connector pin 7 called Power_1 and the main power supply will STOP. Q903 operates as a latch. This prevents Q904 from turning off is the shut down signal disappears after shutdown. SOME SHUTDOWN CIRCUITS ARE DEFEATED IN STANDBY MODE. (Set Off). When the set is turned off or in Stand By, 12 of the shut down inputs are not active. Shorted SW+35V (from voltage divider R940 and R941 off the SW+115V from pin 11 of T901). This voltage is monitored by D938. Shorted SW+10V (from pin 16 of T901). This voltage is monitored by D939. Shorted SW+5.5V (from pin 1 of I905) This voltage is monitored by D940. Shorted 220V (from pin 10 of T901) This voltage is monitored by D941 and D942. Shorted SW+6.3V (from pin 1 of I906) This voltage is monitored by D943. Prot_SW (6 shut down inputs) This voltage is monitored by D944. 1. SW +2.2V 2. SW +3.3V 3. SW +5V 4. SW +9V 5. SW +9.3V 6. Blue CRT VM 220V excessive current sensing circuit. Shorted SW+28V (from pin 15 of T901) This voltage is monitored by D943. These shut down circuits are defeated because the SW (Switched) power supplies are turned off in standby. So to prevent faults triggering of the shutdown circuit, the sensing circuits are turned off also.. Q906 supplies the high for shutdown if any of the shut down circuit attached to its base become low. Q906 requires emitter voltage to operated. Emitter voltage is supplied from the SW +6.3V and SW +10V line. This voltage must be active for Q906 to function. When the set is turned off these switched voltages disappear, so Q906 can no longer operate. COLD GROUND SIDE SHUT DOWN INPUTS EXPLAINED GENERAL INFORMATION (See previous pages for generic circuit details): All of the Power Supply Shutdown circuitry can be broken down into the following categories; Voltage Missing Detection or Short Detection or Negative Voltage Loss Detection Voltage Too High Detection Excessive Current Detection

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DP-3X POWER SUPPLY SHUT DOWN EXPLANATION


COLD GROUND SIDE SHUT DOWN SENSING CIRCUITS. (AC must be removed to recover). Looking at the base of Q904 the shut down events are triggered by the following. SHUT DOWN CIRCUITS: There are a total of 23 individual Shutdown inputs to the Relay Inhibit transistor Q904. Many of these are discrete circuits and will be described later. However, there are some that are routed to the Power Supply from external circuits not shown on the Power Supply Shut Down circuit diagram. There are a total of 3 individual Shutdown inputs from the Deflection PWB via Protect_Def routed through steering diode D951. (See Deflection Protect Power Supply Shut Down Circuit Diagram). 1. Vertical Output I601 Excessive Current Detection 2. -5V Loss Detection 3. Excessive High Voltage Detection There is 1 Shutdown input from the Protect_CPT circuit routed through steering diode D959. This input is from QE08 on the Red CRT PWB. From the Red CRT PWB to the Green CRT PWB via ERG1 connector pin 7 called VM Protect, Green CRT PWB to Signal PWB via PSC connector pin 3 called VM Protect, from Signal PWB to Power PWB via PPS4 connector pin 6 called Protect_CPT. This signal would be high if the +220V draws excessive current on the Red CRT PWB. (See PROT_CPT & PROT_SW Shut Down Circuit Diagram). There are 6 individual Shutdown input from the Protect_SW circuit monitored by D944. 1 of these inputs is from QEA8 on th the Blue CRT PWB. From the Blue CRT PWB to the Green CRT PWB via EGB1 connector pin 8 called Gain.Cont. From the Green CRT PWB to Signal PWB via PSC connector pin 2 called Gain.Cont. From the PSC connector pin 2 to the base of Q554 which inverts this High to a Low. From Q554 collector to the PPS4 connector pin 5 now called Protect_SW. From the Signal PWB to Power PWB via PPS4 connector pin 5. This signal would be low if the +220V draws excessive current on the Blue CRT PWB. 5 of these inputs are monitoring for a shorted B+ line. These circuits are on the Signal PWB 2 of 3. They monitor the following; 1. SW +2.2V from I404 pin 4. 2. SW +3.3V from I403 pin 3 monitored by D402. 3. SW +9V monitored by D404. 4. SW +9.3V monitored by D403. 5. SW +5V from I402 pin 3 monitored by D401. (See PROT_CPT & PROT_SW Shut Down Circuit Diagram). All of the Cold Ground side Shutdown detection circuits can be categorized by the previously described shut down circuits which were discussed in the Generic Shut Down Circuits Explanation section. In the following explanation, the Shutdown circuits will be grouped. This will assist the Service Technician with trouble shooting the Chassis, by understanding these circuits and having the associated circuit routs, the technician can then Divide and Conquer. Voltage Loss (or Short) Detection All short detections signals active (Lo). Routed to the base of Q906 which inverts the signal to a (Hi) then through D933 to the base of Q904, Common Action Circuit. On the Signal PWB 2 of 3 PROT-SW All routed through PPS4 pin 5 to D944 on Power PWB. Labeled PROT-SW on the Schematic. (See Prot_CPT & Prot_SW Shut Down Circuit Diagram) Shorted SW+2.2V (I404 pin 4) monitored by R420 Shorted SW+3.3V (I403 pin 3) monitored by D402 Shorted SW+5V (I402 pin 3) monitored by D401 Shorted SW+9V monitored by D404 Shorted SW+9.3V monitored by D403

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DP-3X POWER SUPPLY SHUT DOWN EXPLANATION


On the Power PWB SW 7V Voltage Loss Detection Monitored by D949 and routed through D950. In this circuit, if the SW 7V is lost, the positive +6.3V will forward bias D949 and it will fire causing shut down. SW 28V Voltage Loss Detection Monitored by D952 and routed through D953. In this circuit, if the SW 28V is lost, the positive +28V will forward bias D952 and it will fire causing shut down. In the Deflection Circuit 5V Voltage Loss Detection Monitored by DK90. In this circuit, if the 5V is lost, the positive +5V will forward bias DK90. Any abnormality seen in the deflection circuit will generate a high that will be routed through the PPD4 connector pin 6 to D951. (See DP-3X Deflection Protect Shut-Down Circuit Diagram for details) Voltage Too High Detection All voltage too high detections circuits are active (Hi) and routed to the base of Q904, Common Action Circuit. (See DP-3X Power Supply Shut-Down Circuit Diagram for details) On the Power PWB. SW +115V Voltage Too High Detection Monitored by D931 and routed through D930. Audio Ground If the Audio Output IC IAA1 has an internal short, the Audio ground will go positive. This is Monitored by D960 and routed through D961. SW +10V Voltage Too High Detection Monitored by D957 and routed through D958. SW +5.5V Voltage Too High Detection Monitored by D947 and routed through D948. From, the Deflection circuit output called Protect_Def. DH14 High Voltage Too High Sensing Circuit. This circuit monitors the High Voltage line generated by rectifying the pulse from the flyback TH01 pin 5. If the voltage at the cathode of DH15 goes too high, this zener will fire. This high will be routed to pin 6 of PPD4 to Protect_Def. Any abnormality seen in the deflection circuit will generate a high that will be routed through the PPD4 connector pin 6 to D951. (See DP-3X Deflection Protect Shut-Down Circuit Diagram for details) At the same time, the zener diode DH14 will fire and this high will be routed to pin 7 of IH01. This is the Horizontal Drive for High Voltage and this IC will shut off, turning off High Voltage drive pulses. Excessive Current Detection (See DP-3X Power Supply Shut-Down Circuit Diagram for details) On the Power PWB. SW +115V Excessive Current Detection Monitored by Q905 and D928 and routed through D930. If the Deflection/High Voltage Circuit draws too much current, R927 will develop a larger voltage drop. This will cause the base voltage of Q905 to fall turning on this transistor. When this happens, its collector will go high. This high will be routed to D928 causing it to fire. This high will be routed through D930 and to the base of Q904 shutting off the relay. In the Deflection Circuit on the Power/Deflection PWB. Q604 Vertical Circuit Excessive Current Sensing Circuit. This circuit monitors the +28V line going to I601 Vertical Output IC. If the IC draws too much current, R629 will develop a larger voltage drop. This will cause the base voltage of Q604 to fall turning on this transistor. When this happens, its collector will go high. This high will be routed through D608 and to pin 6 of PPD4 to Protect_Def. Any abnormality seen in the deflection circuit will generate a high that will be routed through the PPD4 connector pin 6 to D951. (See DP-3X Deflection Protect ShutDown Circuit Diagram for details) On the CRT PWB PROT_CPT. (See PROT_CPT & PROT_SW Shut Down Circuit Diagram). On the RED CRT PWB +220V Excessive Current Detection Monitored by RE35. If the 220V draws too much current, the base voltage of QE08 will fall turning it on. The collector will go high. This high will go through ERG1 pin 7, PSC pin 3, PPS4 pin 6 to D959. On the BLUE CRT PWB VM+220V Excessive Current Detection Monitored by REF1. If the VM220V draws too much current, the base voltage of QEA8 will fall turning it on. The collector will go high. This high will go through EGB1 pin 8, PSC pin 2, to the base of Q554 on the Signal PWB. This high turns on Q554B and its collector goes low. This low is routed to the PPS4 pin 5 to the cathode of D944 causing D945 to fire and pull the base of Q906 low turning it on causing shut down.

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DP-3X MAIN POWER SUPPLY SHUT DOWN DIAGRAM


R958 D938

SW +10V

SW +6.3V
R959 D939

SW +35V SW +10V

R957

SHORT DETECTION D936

R960

D940

SW +5.5V
R961 D942 D941

D935 D934 6V

+220V
R962 D945 R963 D943

SW +6.3V
R954 C951 Active Lo D944

PPS4
6

SBY +5V AC

Q906
D946

Prot_SW SW +28V

R956

C952 D959

S901 Q902

12

D933

Protect_CPT
D918 R929 Power On/Off

off

on

Power_1
D917 C921 R927 C947 D961 D960

Audio Gnd
Relay Driver R948

Q903
23 Point R950

D958 D957

SW +10V
D948 D947

Q904
Relay Inhibit D925 R944 R947 R949 C948

A
D951 T901 3

SW +5.5V Protect_Def +6.3V


R939

SW+115
E907 L923

PPD5 9

D950 D949 R937

11
C943 R952

10
D932 R953

SW -7V
D953 D952 R965

Q905
C949 R946 D928

SW -28V
D954 D931 R964

C950

R951

D929 D930

SW +28V PAGE 01-10

DP-3X DEFLECTION PROTECT POWER SUPPLY SHUTDOWN DIAGRAM

Any fluctuations in High Voltage will also be reflected by the 50P output P/P. By monitoring the 50P (50 Pulse) rises in High Voltage will be sensed. If High Voltage climbs too high, DH15 will fire and trigger a shut down event. DH14 will fire and stop High Voltage Horz. Drive RH32 allows ABL fluctuations to manipulate the Trigger Point of Shut Down as screen brightness varies. ABL is inverse proportionate to brightness. This prevents false Shut Down triggering. ABL Active Normal Flyback TH01 High Voltage Sensing Circuit RH23 DH13

3
RH32

5
5OP LH06

PPD4 6

4
DH14

PROTECT _DEF
See Power Supply Shut Down Circuit Diagram for continuation.

29.01V DH15 RH25 RH24 Hi Volt H. Drive Excessive Hi Voltage Det. CH17

RH26 Stops H. Drive

Vertical Output Circuit

IH01
OVP

7
CH10 RH09

I601 10
C604 R629 0.68 Ohm 28V

1 H. Drive

DK90 Monitors the -5V and +5V lines going to the DCU. If the -5V line is loss, the +5V line provides the Shut Down Hi. D608 R631 R632 DK90 RK98

Q604
R630 C610

+5V
-5V Loss Det.

CK90

RK97

-5V

Excessive Vertical Current Det. If the Vertical Output IC has a problem, R629 will sense the current rise. The voltage drop will be reflected at the base of Q604 turning it on and producing a Shut Down high.

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DP-3X PROT_CPT and PROT_SW SHUT DOWN DIAGRAM PROT_CPT SHUT DOWN DIAGRAM
RED CRT PWB PDC1 +220V 1 RE35 2.2 Ohm RGB Drives VM Circuit RED CRT PWB ERG1 7 CE10 RE29 RE31 VM PROT VM PROT GREEN CRT PWB PSC 3 VM PROT SIGNAL PWB PSC SIGNAL PWB POWER PWB

QE08

RE34

PPS4 PPS4 Active Hi 3 6 6 CPT PROT PROT CPT

PROT_SW SHUT DOWN DIAGRAM


BLUE CRT PWB W8A1 VM 220V 2 REF2 REF1 15 Ohm VM Circuit REF6 8 GAIN CONT REE9 REF5 CEC1 SIGNAL PWB 2 of 3 C592 R5T4 SW +2.2V RL50 GAIN CONT 2 GAIN CONT 2 BLUE CRT PWB EGB1 GREEN CRT PWB PSC SIGNAL PWB PSC SIGNAL PWB POWER PWB

GAIN CONT

QEA8

PPS4 PPS4 Active Lo 5 5 PROT SW

SW +2.2V Reg D421~D424

I404

Q554

SW +3.3V Reg SW +5.5V

I403

SW +3.3V D402

R420

SW +5V Reg

I402

SW +5V D401

SW +9V D404 SW +9.3V D403

PAGE 01-12

DP-3X SW +115V POWER SUPPLY REGULATION EXPLANATION


Hi-Voltage Power Supply Circuit Diagram explanation: (See Power Supply SW+115V Regulation Circuit Diagram for details) THIS POWER SUPPLY RUNS ONLY WHEN THE SET IS TURNED ON: TURNING ON THE SW +115V POWER SUPPLY: When the Set is turned on, the Microprocessor I001 Outputs a Power On/Off 1 high command via pin 59. This Power On command is routed through Q027 and Q028 to the PPS4 connector pin 7. This High will be passed to the base of Q902 provided the Shut Down sensor Q904 isnt activated. When the base of Q902 goes high, its collector will go low. This will supply a ground path for the power on Relay S901 turning it on. When the relay is energized, AC is supplied to the Bridge rectifier D901. D901 develops raw 150V which is routed through F903 to Pins 1 and 2 of T901. This voltage is routed through the primary coil inside T901 and out pins 5 and 6 to pin 3 of I901 which is the Drain of the internal Switch MOS FET. The Ground return path for the primary voltage is out pin 2 of I901 which is the Source of the internal Switch MOS FET and then through four 0.22 ohm resistors R908, R909, R910 and R911. See SW+115V Regulation Circuit Diagram for details. SW +115 REGULATION SW +115V pulse is generated from pin 11 of T901. This pulse is rectified by D925, filtered by C943 and then routed through the Excessive Current sensing circuit R944 and Q905. The primary route for the SW +115V is through E907, L923 to pin 9 and 10 of PPD5 and output as SW +115V to the Deflection circuit and High Voltage generation circuit. However, the regulation route is through E906 to pin 1 of I904. Internally, the regulator transistor works as a variable resistor whose resistance is dependant upon the SW +115V voltage fluctuations. The internal variable resistor manipulates the current flow from pin 2 to pin 3 ground. This will cause the voltage at pin 2 of I903 to be manipulated. Internally, the LED is illuminated by degrees dependant upon the SW +115V voltage fluctuations. The internal receiver receives this light and acts as a variable resistor from pin 4 to pin 3 which is the regulation control signal. This action causes pin 1 of I901 to manipulate the internal oscillator within I901. This in turn causes the frequency of the drive pulse delivered to the Gate of the internal SMOSFET (Switch Metal Oxide Semiconductor Field Effect Transistor) to manipulate the frequency of the pulse generated on the primary of T901. The current drain of the internal SMOSFET is monitored by four low ohm resistors mentioned above. If this current exceeds a specific value, the voltage developed by these low ohm resistors is routed through R912 back into pin 1 which is the Over Current Protection circuit as well as the Regulation Control pin. This pin will inhibit the drive signal to the gate of the SMOSFET. As soon as the excessive current situation is eliminated, the IC will recover and continue functioning. B+ GENERATION FOR THE POWER SUPPLY DRIVER IC: Vcc for the Driver IC is first generated by the AC input. This voltage is called Start Up Voltage. I901 requires 23.3V DC to operate normal. However, it will begin operation at 12V DC on pin 4 of I901. When AC is applied to the main full wave bridge rectifier D901 where it is converted to Raw 150V DC voltage to be supplied to the power supply switching transformer T901 pin 1 and 2. However, one leg of the AC is routed to a half wave filter consisting of R906 and R907 (both a 3.9K ohm resistor), filtered by C911, clamped by a 36V Zener D911 and made available to pin 4 of I901 as start up voltage. When this voltage reaches 12Vdc, the internal Regulator of I901 is turned On and begins operation. When the power supply begins to operate by turning on and off the internal Switch MOS FET, the Raw 150V DC routed through T901, in on pin 1 (Drain) and out on pin 2 which is the Source. The Source of the internal Switch MOS FET is routed out of pin (2) through four low ohm resistors to hot ground. When the internal Switch MOS FET turns on, it causes the transformer to saturate building up the magnet field. When the internal Switch MOS FET turns off, the magnet field collapses and the EMF is coupled over to the secondary windings, as well as the drive windings. The drive windings at pin (8) produce a run voltage pulse which is rectified by D907, filtered by C911 then clamped by D911 and now becomes run voltage (23.3V) for I901 pin 4. The RED LED D912 can be used to determine if the B+ to pin 4 of I901 is present.

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DP-3X CHASSIS POWER SUPPLY SW +115V REGULATION High Voltage Power Supply
T901 8 7.5P/P 9 Start Up 1 of 3 AC R906 R907 23.3V C911 D911 R918 4 Osc B+ 11.6V OCP D912 AC for D902 Supplied from Relay S901 RED L.E.D. 167V 3 1 R916 R912 C914 B+ 115V 1 D910 D907 D908 FB 23.3V 4 13.6V 3 R919 Regulator Photocoupler Hot Ground from pin 9 of T901 2 From Relay S901 Run R913 D927 C946 R941 SW + 115V R940

I903

12.1V R942 11.2V

Q901
R914

I901
Driver/ Output IC D 5 S

From Bridge D902 150V T901 1 F903 5A 2

I904

11.2V 2 R943 D926 C944

R908 R909 R910 R911 0.22 Ohm E906 0.5K

5 6 C942 T901 11 D925 2 of 3 R944 0.39 Ohm R946 C949 D928 X-Ray Protect D929 D930

Q905

3K E907

L923 Deflection B+ 115V R952

0.86A

PPD5 9
SW +115V SW +115V

12 3 of 3

C943

R942

10

D931

Cold Ground from pin 12 of T901 R953 D932 C905

PAGE 01-14

MICROPROCESSOR INFORMATION
DP-3X CHASSIS INFORMATION

SECTION 2

DP-3X BLANK PAGE NOTES

BLANK PAGE

DP-3X MICROPROCESSOR DATA COMMUNICATIONS CIRCUIT EXPLANATION


Microprocessor Data Communications circuit diagram. (See DP-3X Microprocessor Data Communications Circuit Diagram for Details) The Microprocessor must keep in communication with the Chassis to maintain control over the individual circuits. Some of the circuits must return information as well so the Microprocessor will know how to respond to different request. The Microprocessor uses two types of communication for control, I2C Bus and the Serial Data, Clock and Load lines . The I2C communication scheme only requires 2 lines for control. These lines are called SDA and SCL. Serial Data and Serial Clock respectively. Also, due to the fact that this Microprocessor operates at 3.3Vdc, it requires a Level Shift IC to bring the DC level of the control lines up to make it compatible with the connected components. The Level Shift IC also brings the DC levels down as outside circuits communicate with the microprocessor. The Microprocessor communicates with the following ICs: ON THE SIGNAL PWB: UD2003 Digital Module (ATSC Tuner DP-36 and DP-38 Chassis Only) U301 Main Tuner U302 PinP Tuner I003 EEPROM U401 Flex Converter I010 Level Shift I501 Rainforest IA01 Audio Control ON THE TERMINAL PWB: IY01 3D Y/C IV01 A/V Selector IV11 Digital to Analog Converter DAC IV03 Y Pr/Pb Selector IY04 Main Video Chroma Y Pr/Pb Selector IY03 Sub Video Chroma Y Pr/Pb Selector The following explanation will deal with the communication paths used between the Microprocessor and the respected ICs. ON THE SIGNAL PWB: UD2003 Digital Tuner (ATSC Tuner) DP-36 and DP-38 Chassis Only The Microprocessor controls the Digital Tuner via communication lines. They are listed below; DM RTS (Digital Module Receive Transmission) from pin 9 of PMS1 connector to pin 27 of the I001. DM CTS (Digital Module Serial Clock) bi-directional pin 20 of I001 pin 7 of the PMS1 connector. DM TXD (Digital Module Transmission Data) bi-directional pin 35 of I001 pin 6 of the PMS1 connector. DM RXD (Digital Module Receive Data) bi-directional pin 36 of I001 to pin 5 of the PMS1 connector. Power 2 (Turns on Digital Module separate from the main Power On line) from pin 58 of I001 to pin 11 of the PMS1 connector. The Table below shows the relationship between Power_1 and Power_2. MODE Stand By Timer TV On Power _1 Lo Lo Hi Power _2 Lo Hi Hi When the Timer is set for an unattended Recording, the Set turns on the Tuner and allows the "Video Out (Monitor out) to become active so that a recording can be made without turning on the entire set.
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DP-3X MICROPROCESSOR DATA COMMUNICATIONS CIRCUIT EXPLANATION


U301 Main Tuner (with MTS outputs). The Microprocessor controls the Main Tuner by SDA2 (Data) and SCL2 (Clock) I2C communication lines. SCL2 and SDA2 lines for the Main Tuner are output from the Microprocessor at pins (31 SDA2 and 28 SCL2) respectively. These lines go directly to the Main Tuner, SDA2 at pin (5) and SCL2 at pin (4). These lines control band switching, programmable divider set-up information, pulse swallow tuning selection, etc... U302 PinP Tuner (monaural only). The Microprocessor controls the Sub Tuner by SDA2 (Data) and SCL2 (Clock) I2C communication lines. SCL2 and SDA2 lines for the Main Tuner are output from the Microprocessor at pins (31 SDA2 and 28 SCL2) respectively. These lines go directly to the Main Tuner, SDA2 at pin (5) and SCL2 at pin (4). These lines control band switching, programmable divider set-up information, pulse swallow tuning selection, etc... I003 EEPROM The EEPROM is ROM for many different functions of the Microprocessor. Channel Scan or Memory List, Customer set ups for Video, Audio, Surround etc are memorized as well. Also, some of the Microprocessors internal sub routines have variables that are stored in the EEPROM, such as the window for Closed Caption detection. Data and Clock lines are SDA1 from pin (30) of the Microprocessor to pin (5) of the EEPROM and SCL1 from pin (29) of the Microprocessor to pin (6) of the EEPROM. Data travels in both directions on the Data line. Note: In this chassis, if the EEPROM is removed or defective, the Microprocessor will LOCK the picture. No functions other that the front Power Button will work. LOCK will appear on the screen, but the customers menu can not be accessed. U401 Flex Converter FC04 The projection television is capable of displaying NTSC as well as ATSC (SDTV) and HD (High Definition). The Flex Converter is responsible for receiving any video input and converting it to 33.75 Khz output (2.14H). This output is controlled by sync and by the customers menu and how it is set up. The set up can be 4X3 with grey side panels, Smooth Wide, Fill or Full and even 4X3 with Black Side panels. 16X9 for SDTV. This set will automatically bypasses the Flex Converter completely and inputs the 1080i signal directly to the Rainforest IC I501. This happens when a true 1080i signal or Antenna C is selected. The Flex Converter can take any NTSC, SIn, Component, NTSC or any of the 18 formats of ATSC except 1080i which doesnt route through the Flex converter. Control for the Flex Converter is Clock, Data and Enable lines. The Clock, Data and Enable lines must be routed through the Level Shift IC I007 to be brought up to 5V. The Clock line for the Flex Converter is output from the Microprocessor at pin (53 Clock). Clock is input to I007 at pins (2 Clock) and is output at pins (18) then through the PFC1 connector pin 10 The Data line for the Flex Converter is output from the Microprocessor at pin (52 Data). Data is input to I007 at pins (4 Data) and is output at pins (16) then through the PFC1 connector pin 11 The Enable line for the Flex Converter is output from the Microprocessor at pin (54 FCENABLE). Enable is input to I007 at pins (6 Enable) and is output at pins (14) then through the PFC1 connector pin 12.

Data from the Flex Converter is also sent back to the Microprocessor. Data from the Flex is sent out of the PFC1 connector pin 11 to pin 5 of I007, level shifted down to 3.3V and output at pin 15 into pin 51 of the Microprocessor I001. I007 Level Shift The Microprocessor operates at 3.3Vdc. Most of the Circuits controlled by the Microprocessor operate at 5Vdc. The Level Shift IC steps up the DC voltage to accommodate. Pin 18 outputs a Clock signal, used by the Flex Converter Pin 14 outputs an Enable signal, used by the Flex Converter Pin 16 outputs a Data signal, used by the Flex Converter. Pin 15 outputs 3.3V Data, sent from the Flex Converter
(Continued on page 3)

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DP-3X MICROPROCESSOR DATA COMMUNICATIONS CIRCUIT EXPLANATION


I501 Rainforest (Video/Chroma Processor) The Video Processing IC (Rainforest) is responsible for controlling video/chroma processing before the signal is made available to the CRTs. Some of the emphasis circuits are controlled by the customers menu. As well as some of them being controlled by AI, (Artificial Intelligence). Communication from the Microprocessor I001 via pins (31 SDA2 and 28 SCL2) to the Rainforest IC pins (28 and 30) respectively. IA01 BBE Audio Control (Surround) This chassis utilizes BBE Surround. Communication from the Microprocessor via pins (31 SDA2 and 28 SCL2) to the Audio Control IC pins (13 and 14) respectively. ON THE TERMINAL PWB: (Through the connector PST2) IY01 3D Y/C (IC mounted directly on the Terminal PWB). The 3D Y/C IC is a Luminance/Chrominance separator, as well as a 3D adder. Separation takes place digitally. Using advanced separation technology, this circuit separates using multiple lines and doesnt produce dot pattern interference or dot crawl. The 3D effect is a process of adding additional emphasis signals to the Luminance and Chrominance. These signals relate specifically to transitions. Transitions are the point where the signal goes from dark to light or vice versa. The 3D adds a little more black before the transition goes to white and a little more white just before it gets to white. It also adds a little more white just before it goes dark and a little more dark just before it arrives. This gives the impression that the signal pops out of the screen or a 3D effect. The Microprocessor communicates with the 3D Y/C IC via I2C bus data and clock. The communications ports from the Microprocessor are pins (40 SDA3 and 39 SCL3) to connector PST2 pins (17 and 16) to the 3D Y/C IY01 pins (47 and 46) respectively. The Microprocessor also is able to turn on and off circuits within the 3D Y/C circuit determined by customer menu set-up. IV01 A/V Selector The A/V Selector IC is responsible for selecting the input source for the Main Picture as well as the source for the PinP or Sub picture. Communication from the Microprocessor via pins (30 SDA1 and 29 SCL1) to the PST2 connector pins (13 and 12) respectively then to IV01 pins (34 and 33) respectively. IV11 DAC (Digital to Analog Converter) This IC works controlling different switches via the DAC0, DAC1 and DAC2 control lines. DAC0 pin 7 controls the V. Sync selector IV07 for DVI 1/2 input via pin 9 and H Sync selector IV06 DVI 1/2 via pin 9. DAC1 pin 6 controls the Y selector IV07 for DVI 1/2 input via pin 10 and Y selector IV06 for the Media Card via pin 10. DAC2 pin 5 controls the V. Sync selector IV07 for DVI 1/2/Media Card input via pin 11 and V. Sync selector IV06 for the DVI 1/2/Media Card via pin 11. Communication from the Microprocessor via pins (31 SDA2 and 28 SCL2) to connector PST2 pins (15 and 14) to IV11 pins (14 and 15) respectively. IV03 Main/PinP Y Pr/Pb Selector Any input that is in the Y Pr/Pb or Y Cr/Cb state, will have be selected by this IC. Both for the Main Picture and the PinP (Sub) picture. The Main/PinP Y Pr/Pb Selector IC selects the appropriate input between Components 1 or 2, DVI 1 or 2, ATSC Tuner and/or DVD Player, if provided. Communication from the Microprocessor via pins (31 SDA2 and 28 SCL2) to connector PST2 pins (15 and 14) to IV03 pins (26 and 27) respectively.

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DP-3X MICROPROCESSOR DATA COMMUNICATIONS CIRCUIT EXPLANATION


IY04 Main Video Chroma Y Pr/Pb Switch IC This IC is responsible for selecting the Main picture source. It will be either Composite NTSC Y and C or component Y Pr/Pb or Y Cr/Cb dependant upon the customers selection. This IC processes the NTSC Luminance (Y) and Chroma (C) from the 3D Y/C circuit for the main picture if this is the selection. It receives the Y (pin 4) and C (pin 19) and prepares it for the Flex Converter by outputting it as Y (pin 24) Cr (pin 22) / Cb (pin 23) NTSC Only 480i component to the Flex Converter . This IC selects the Y (pin 30) Pr or Cr (pin 28) / Pb or Cb (pin 29) if this is the selection by the customer and outputs it as Y (pin 24) Pr or Cr (pin 22) / Pb or Cb (pin 23) to the Flex Converter. If the output is 1080i, its routed directly to the Rainforest IC I501. Communication from the Microprocessor via pins (31 SDA2 and 28 SCL2) to connector PST2 pins (15 and 14) then to IY04 pins (13 and 14) respectively. Note: Y Pr/Pb indicates either 31.5Khz or 33.75Khz and Y Cr/Cb indicates 15.734KHz IY03 Sub Video Chroma Y Pr/Pb Switch IC This IC is responsible for selecting the PinP (Sub) picture source. It will be either Composite NTSC Y and C or component Y Pr/Pb or Y Cr/Cb dependant upon the customers selection. This IC processes the NTSC Luminance (Y) and Chroma (C) from the 3D Y/C circuit for the main picture if this is the selection. It receives the Y (pin 4) and C (pin 19) and prepares it for the Flex Converter by outputting it as Y (pin 24) Cr (pin 22) / Cb (pin 23) NTSC Only 480i component to the Flex Converter . This IC selects the Y (pin 30) Pr or Cr (pin 28) / Pb or Cb (pin 29) if this is the selection by the customer and outputs it as Y (pin 24) Pr or Cr (pin 22) / Pb or Cb (pin 23) to the Flex Converter. If the output is 1080i, its routed directly to the Rainforest IC I501. Communication from the Microprocessor via pins (31 SDA2 and 28 SCL2) to connector PST2 pins (15 and 14) then to IY03 pins (13 and 14) respectively. Note: Y Pr/Pb indicates either 31.5Khz or 33.75Khz and Y Cr/Cb indicates 15.734KHz

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DP-3X Chassis Microprocessor Data Communications


PST2 SDA3 40 SCL3 39
SDA1

17 16 13

SDA3 SCL3 SDA1

47 46

IY01 3D-Y/C

Terminal PWB

IOO1 Micro

SCL1

IA01
Audio Control

14 13 28 30
SDA2 SCL2

34 SDA1 IV01 A/V Select SCL1 12 33 SCL1

Main/PinP IV11 DAC 14 15 IV03


Y Pr/Pb SELECTOR

IY04 Main
Video/Chroma Y Pr/Pb SW

IY03 Sub
Video/Chroma Y Pr/Pb SW

26

27

13

14

13

14

I501
Rainforest Sweep Cont.

15 14

SDA2 SCL2

SDA1 30 SCL1 29

SDA1 SCL1

5 SDA1 IOO3 6 SCL1 EEPROM

SIGNAL PWB

SDA2 31 SCL2 28 PMS1

SDA2 SCL2

5 4 4

SDA2 SCL2

U301
Tuner Main

SCL2 SDA2

U302
Tuner PinP

DM RTS DM CTS DM TXD DM RXD POWER 2

27 20 35 36 58 51 52 54 53

9 DM RTS 7 DM CTS 6 DM TXD 5 DM RXD 11 POWER 2

UD2003 Digital Module ATSC Tuner

MODE Stand By Timer


PFC1 U401 FC04
FLEX & PinP

Power _1 Lo Lo Hi

Power _2 Lo Hi Hi

TV On

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FCData Data / Key Out 2 FCEnable Clock / Key Out 1

15 4 6 2

I010
Level Shift

16 14 18

11 FCData 12 FC Enable 10 FC Clock

When the Timer is set for an unattended Recording, the Set turns on the Tuner and allows the "Video Out (Monitor out) to become active so that a recording can be made without turning on the entire set.

DP-3X AUDIO VIDEO MUTE CIRCUIT EXPLANATION


(See DP-3X Series Chassis Audio Video Mute Circuit Diagram for details) There are times in which the main picture and audio must be muted. This can be because of changing channels where the noise between stations is unacceptable, same thing for Auto Programming channels. When the deflection circuit malfunctions, etc All this is done primarily to prevent damage to the CRTs or to external amplifiers or speakers connected to the projection television. MICROPROCESSOR OUTPUT: The Microprocessor I001 outputs V. Mute from pin 49 when changing channels, Auto Programming, etc This high is routed to the Video and Audio Mute circuit. VIDEO MUTE PATH. The High from pin 49 is routed to D507 to the base of Q529. The following actions will be labeled MUTE ACTIVATION here forward, please use the below explanation when Mute Activation is mentioned. MUTE ACTIVATION: 1. When Q529 turn on, the collector pulls the base of Q528 low and turns it on. Its collector is connected to the HVcc 9.3V line through R5A5 and D510. When Q528 turns on, its collector goes high. This is routed to the following circuits. Through R564, D503, and R561 and into the Rainforest IC I501 pin 39. This pin is also the same pin that FC H Blk and FC V Blk is input. Generally this input is a positive going pulse that blanks the video during the peak pulses which represent retrace. However, when the DC component is forced high by the action of Q528 turning on, this pin goes high and mutes the output of RGB. 2. Another route for the high from Q528 is through D406. This high continues to the PST1 connector on the Terminal PWB. This turns on QV08 and QV09 which grounds out the Audio Outputs from the Monitor Out on the Terminal PWB. 3. Another route for the high from Q528 is through R5A1 to the base of Q527. This transistor turns On and outputs the high from its emitter to mute the Audio described later. SPOT: Another circuit attached to the Mute Activation circuit (Q529 base) is SPOT. This signal is generated from the deflection PWB when either Horizontal or Vertical deflection is lost. This is to prevent a horizontal or vertical line from being burnt into the CRTs. See Horizontal and Vertical Sweep Loss Detection circuit and explanation and circuit diagram for details. This high is input from PPD3 pin (4), through PPS3 pin (4), D511 to the base of Q529. See the Mute Activation circuit explained previously. H Blk Loss Det: Another circuit attached to the Mute Activation circuit (Q529 base) is H Blk Loss Det. If the Horizontal Blanking signal is loss to the Signal PWB, Q525 will detect the loss. Normally, Q526 is supplied with H. Blanking on its base. By the activity of the pulse charging C546 and C545, the base of Q525 and its emitter are held high keeping it turned off. If H. Blk is lost, then C546 will discharge through R599. C545 is blocked by D509 and it holds the emitter of Q525 high. This action turns on Q525 and supplies a high through D508 to the base of Q529. See the Mute Activation circuit explained previously. AUDIO MUTE PATH: Labeled as V MUTE 2: (Emitter of Q527 Mute Activation Circuit) See the Mute Activation circuit explained previously as to how Q527 is turned on. When Mute Activation is turned on, the following circuits are activated. CRT MUTE PATH: Shown going to the CRT PWB. Labeled as V MUTE 1: The high from Q527 is routed to PSC pin 11. This high goes to Q856 base. This turns on and supplies a ground to the following diodes, D853 on the Green CRT PWB, D803 on the Red CRT PWB D8A3 on the Blue CRT PWB. When the diodes are supplied with a low on their cathodes, they remove the base voltage fro the RGB drivers, Q853, Q803 and Q8A3 on the Green, Red and Blue CRT PWBs. This shuts off each CRT Drive. See next page for continuation of Audio Mute Circuit explanation.

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DP-3X AUDIO VIDEO MUTE CIRCUIT EXPLANATION


FRONT AUDIO OUT HARD MUTE PATH: The high from Q527 is routed to DA06 the through the PPS4 connector pin 4. The high continues to the base of QAA2. When this transistor turns on, it supplies a Lo to pin 11 of IAA1 and hard mutes the Audio Out. (Note: This is not the same thing as the Mute selected from the customers remote. This is controlled by the Front Audio Control IC IA01 internally and functions in three states, No Mute = 100%, 1/2 Mute = 50% and Full Mute = 0%. OUT TO HI-FI MUTE PATH: The high from the Mute Activation circuit is also routed to the anode of DA54 and then to the cathodes of DA51 and DA52 to the base of QA51, and QA54. When these transistor turns on, they grounds the Right and Left audio for the Out to Hi-Fi audio output jacks. FRONT AUDIO OUT MUTE: Labeled as V MUTE 1 (Microprocessor Pin 49) V MUTE 1: The high from the Microprocessor pin 49 to I010 (in pin 3 at 3.3V and out pin 17 at 5V). This High is sent to the following 4 circuits: 1. To the Front Audio Out Hard Mute circuit routed through DA06. (Described above) 2. The high is also routed through DA03 to the base of QA01, and QA02. When these transistor turns on, they ground the audio going into the Audio Output IC IAA1 at the PPS4 connector. Right audio in pin 2 of the PPS4 connector to pin 4 of IAA1. Left audio in pin 3 of the PPS4 connector to pin 2 of IAA1. 3. CRT Mute: See CRT Mute Path explanation above. 4. Out to Hi-Fi Mute Path: The high from the Level shifter I007 pin 13 is routed to the anode of DA53 and then to the cathodes of DA51 and DA52 to the base of QA51, and QA54. When these transistor turns on, they ground the audio going into the audio for Out to Hi-Fi audio output jacks. A MUTE PATH: (Microprocessor Pin 71) A MUTE: Also, the high from the Microprocessor pin 71 to I007 (in pin 7 at 3.3V and out pin 13 at 5V). This High is sent to the following 3 circuits: 1. Front Audio signal mute: The high from the Level shifter I007 pin 13 is routed to the anode of DA04 and to the base of QA01, and QA02. When these transistor turns on, they ground the audio going into the Audio Output IC IAA1 at the PPS4 connector. Right audio in pin 2 of the PPS4 connector to pin 4 of IAA1. Left audio in pin 3 of the PPS4 connector to pin 2 of IAA1. 2. Main Tuner U301 Mute: The high from the Level shifter I007 pin 13 is routed to pin 25 of the Main Tuner U301. This high mutes the Audio and Video outputs from the Tuner. 3. Out to Hi-Fi Mute Path: The high from the Level shifter I007 pin 13 is routed to the anode of DA53 and then to the cathodes of DA51 and DA52 to the base of QA51, and QA54. When these transistor turns on, they ground the audio going into the audio for Out to Hi-Fi audio output jacks. REC MUTE PATH: (Microprocessor Pin 70) Record Mute signal path. This pin is only used in the DP-36 chassis. It is routed through D405 to pin 38 of the PST1 connector on the Terminal PWB. Here it is routed to DV02 and DV03 and then to the bases of QV08 and QV09. When this line goes high, the Audio Left and Right is muted coming from the monitor outputs. The DP36 utilizes a Digital Tuner (ATSC). The ATSC tuner also outputs NTSC video and Audio which is routed to the Monitor outputs for VCR recordings. When the ATSC tuner (Antenna C) changes channels, the audio is muted briefly to avoid the unnecessary noise during switching. Note too that the DP-36 does not utilize D406 like all the other chassis. FRONT SPEAKER OFF: (IA01 Pin 17) Front Speaker Off signal. The high from the Audio Control IC IA01 pin 17 goes to 2 circuits: 1. It goes to DA07 to the PPS4 connector pin 4. The high continues to the base of QAA2. When this transistor turns on, it supplies a Lo to pin 11 of IAA1 and hard mutes the Audio Out. 2. It goes through DA05 to the base of QA01, and QA02. When these transistor turns on, they ground the audio going into the Audio Output IC IAA1 at the PPS4 connector. Right audio in pin 2 of the PPS4 connector to pin 4 of IAA1. Left audio in pin 3 of the PPS4 connector to pin 2 of IAA1.

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DP-3X Series Chassis AUDIO and VIDEO MUTE Circuit


NOTE: V MUTE 1 becomes V MUTE 2 on Signal PWB 2 & 3 Then V MUTE 1 again on CRT PWB Turns on Q856 which removes base drive for R, G and B drivers. FC H Blk D406 All Chassis But the DP-36 V MUTE R564 D503 FC V Blk

PSC
V MUTE 1 CRT PWB

Q523
HVcc 9.3V

Q522
R561 565

39 FBP In

11
D516

Rainforest

I501

R5K6

Q525
R555 R597

R598

PPS3 PPD3 H Blk 8 8


Power PWB

Simply grounds out Audio coming from the Monitor Outputs. Rec Mute To QV08, 09 Terminal PWB

PST1 38
D405 DP-36 Only C545 D508 D507 HVcc 9.3V Right Left DA53 DA52 DA54 R5A5 D510

Q526 R5AD
Deflection PWB

D509

C546

R599

D511

Spot

JA01
R L Out To Hi-Fi

CA54

CA55 CA52

CA51

QA51 DA51
RA55

Q528 Q527
R5A1 V MUTE 2 DA06 SPK OFF R5A3

C547

R5A4

R5A7

"SPOT" Horizontal Sweep Loss Det. Vertical Sweep Loss Det. (From Deflection PWB) See Sweep Loss Detection Circuit Diagram for details

QA54 RA66
Micro Processor

Q529 PPS4 4
RAA7 RAA8 DA07

R546

I001
Rec Mute V MUTE

QAA2
CAC4 RAA2 RAA1

RAA4 CAC5

Mute = Lo 11 Mute

70 49 71 3 7

I010 17
Level Shift

V MUTE 1

IAA1
4 2 R In R Out L In L Out FRONT L & R Audio Output 7 12

A MUTE

13

17 23 IA01 8

CA06

QA01
CA19 RA10 RA11

2 Left 3 QA02

Right

CAA4

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CAA2

MAIN TUNER U301

A MUTE

25

A MUTE

Ft. Audio Control DA05 DA04 DA03

DP-3X MICROPROCESSOR NTSC SYNC INPUT CIRCUIT EXPLANATION


NTSC SYNC CIRCUIT DIAGRAM. (See NTSC Sync Circuit Diagram for Details) The Microprocessor I001 must have Sync inputs from the Chassis to Lock its generation of OSD, Closed Caption, Customers Menu, Service Menu, etc.. The Chassis feeds back this information in the form of Blanking pulses and Sync from the Video. The following describes the types of feedback sync signals. The following describes the pins on the Microprocessor. (62) H BLK (Horizontal Blanking): H Blk is input to the Microprocessor at Pin 62. H Blk is generated from the Deflection Transformer pulse off pin 7 of T701, wave shaped by Q706. Then routed out the PPD3 connector pin 8 to the Power Supply. Then out the PPS3 connector pin 8 to the Signal PWB. From here it is sent to the base of Q025 where it gets level shifted and inverted and into pin 62 of the Microprocessor. (64) V BLK (Vertical Blanking): V Blk is input to the Microprocessor at Pin 64. V Blk is generated from the Vertical Output IC I601 pin 11. Then routed out the PPD3 connector pin 12 to the Power Supply. Then out the PPS3 connector pin 12 to the Signal PWB. From here it is sent to the base of Q026 where it gets level shifted and inverted and into pin 64 of the Microprocessor. (93) MAIN AFC (Automatic Frequency Control): Main AFC is input to the Microprocessor at Pin 93. Main AFC is generated from the Main Tuner U301 pin 16. Then routed to Q041 and Q042. Then into pin 93 of the Microprocessor. The Microprocessor uses this input signal to align or adjust the precise Oscillator and Programmable divider settings within the Main Tuner for proper Reception. (92) SUB AFC (Automatic Frequency Control for PinP Tuner): Sub AFC is input to the Microprocessor at Pin 92. Sub AFC is generated from the Sub Tuner U302 pin 16. Then routed to Q035 and Q036. Then into pin 92 of the Microprocessor. The Microprocessor uses this input signal to align or adjust the precise Oscillator and Programmable divider settings within the PinP Tuner for proper Reception. (100) MAIN CCD IN: The Microprocessor receives Main Sync information and strips the Closed Caption Data from line 21. This composite sync signal is supplied to the Microprocessor from I008 pin 14. It uses this same input for stripping V Chip Data. When an NTSC component input is supplied to Input 2, this is called 480i. This must also be monitored for Closed Caption data and for V. Chip Data. If Input 2 is selected and it is 480i (NTSC), then the Microprocessor outputs a Main CCD Select signal from pin 73 to I008 pin 11 to select 480i input at pin 13. NOTE: Component inputs other than 480i (NTSC) are not able to display Closed Caption Data. (97) Sub CCD IN: The Microprocessor receives Sub Sync information and strips the V Chip Data. This composite sync signal is supplied to the Microprocessor from I008 pin 15. When an NTSC component input is supplied to Input 2, this is called 480i. This must also be monitored for V. Chip Data. If Input 2 is selected as PinP source and it is 480i (NTSC), then the Microprocessor outputs a Sub CCD Select signal from pin 74 to I008 pin 10 to select 480i input at pin 1. (23) M/S Sync Det (Main / Sub Sync Detection): The composite sync signal from either Main or PinP (Sub) is supplied to the Microprocessor from I008 pin 4. The Microprocessor uses the Sync signal to activate the AFC loop, and for Auto Programming. When the channels are changed for the PinP Tuner, the Microprocessor outputs a short control signal from pin 25 (SD Sel) to I008 pin 9. I009 then outputs the Sub composite sync signal input on pin 5. Normally this IC outputs the Main composite sync signal input on pin 3.

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DP-3X SERIES CHASSIS MICROPROCESSOR NTSC SYNC INPUT CIRCUIT DIAGRAM


PST1 U301 Main Tuner U302 Sub Tuner UD2002 Digital Module Front Control PWB V5 S5 S-5 Det. Aux 5 Video V3V Aux 5 S-Y V3Y Aux 5 S-C V3C 18 18 7 5 50 45 31 32 DM C PFT 2 7 9 11 V4 Y4 C4 S-4 22 24 26 28 Selector IC 15 17 19 21 8 10 12 14 Input 2 Composite 30 V5 In
IX02
Main CCD In Sub CCD In

TV V6 DM Y

63 60 3 5

IV01
Main Y /Video

QV13 44 41

Q012
Main Sub

I008
3 5 1 2 13 12
Hi Lo Hi Lo Hi Lo Z

9 4 10 15 11 14

Q005 Q010 Q009 Q007 Q008 Q004 Q006 Q003

Y1 C1Sub Y
/Video

QV18 56 39 37

Q014

480i Sub 480i

Q016
Y In (480i) PiP Video and Sub Video are the same.

Main

X1

16
SW +9V

480i

V3 S3

Aux 3 Video Aux 3 S-Y Aux 3 S-C S-3 Det.

V3 Y3 C3 S-3 V2 Y2 C2 S-2 Composite 2 QV01

For 480i Y Component Only for CCD & V Chip NTSC Only

I001
Main CCD Sel Sub CCD Sel SD Sel

73 74 25
Main CCD Infor CCD & V Chip

100 97

See Component Sync Separation Circuit Diagram

V4 S4

Aux 4 Video Aux 4 S-Y Aux 4 S-C S-4 Det. Input 2

Q025 Q026 Q041 Q035

M/S Sync 23 Det 62 HBlk

64 VBlk Q042 93 Main AFC Q036 92 Sub AFC Micro Processor

Sub CCD In for V. Chip Data

Input 1 480i Only

QV02

M/S Sync Det. (Main/Sub) Used for AFC during Channel tuning and Auto Programming

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SIGNAL PWB 1 of 2

VIDEO INFORMATION
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SECTION 3

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DP-3X CHASSIS VIDEO SIGNAL PATH NTSC EXPLANATION


(See Video Signal Path-NTSC Diagram for details) Its important to note that this Chassis horizontal deflection operates at 33.75Khz at all times. Even though this is more than twice as fast as NTSC, the set will still display NTSC video with no problem. This is accomplished by the Flex Converter. The Flex Converter will manipulate any input, be it NTSC, Component 480i, 480P, 720P to the appropriate Horizontal Frequency rate of 33.75Khz. This makes this chassis very versatile in its application. Note: 1080i is already 540 in the native state. In this case, true 1080i does not need to be routed through the Flex Converter. Its routed directly into the Rainforest IC. The following will discuss the signal flow as show in the above listed Circuit Diagram. TUNER INPUTS: These sets utilizes two tuners, (DP-36 and DP-38 also have an ATSC Digital Tuner UD2002) one for the Main picture U301 and one for the PinP (Sub) picture U302. U301 is an intergraded tuner with RF front end, IF decoding, Audio Decoding to Lt/ Rt. The tuner communicates with the Microprocessor via I2C bus. (See Microprocessor Data Communications Circuit Diagram for details). The PinP tuner U302 is also an intergraded tuner, however the Audio output is mono only. Both tuners output their respected composite video via pin 18. U301 Main Tuner Output pin 18 to PST1 connector pin 50, to the Selector IC IV01 pin 63. U302 PinP (Sub) Tuner Output pin 18 to PST1 connector pin 45, to the Selector IC IV01 pin 60. (DP-36 and DP-38 ONLY): UD2002 LUMINANCE: The ATSC (QAM) Tuner (Digital Tuner) Outputs DM Y from pin 7 to the PST1 connector pin 31, to the Selector IC IV01 pin 3. CHROMINANCE: The ATSC (QAM) Tuner (Digital Tuner) Outputs DM C from pin 5 to the PST1 connector pin 32, to the Selector IC IV01 pin 5. These inputs are used while viewing an SDTV or HDTV source, so that there will be an output from the Monitor Video Jack. NOTE: The DP-36-38 have a Digital Tuner (ATSC-8VSB and Cable QAM Tuner) is in the Digital Module. This Digital Module is also the input/output access for IEEE1394. (See the ATSC Block Diagram which is coming up after the Component, OSD and NTSC Diagram). Even though this explanation is related to NTSC, the ATSC tuner is involved because of the Video Output called (Monitor Out) jack. When ATSC or QAM is viewed, the monitor out must have video output for recording purposes. This is accomplished by the ATSC (Digital Tuner) having a Y/C output sent to the NTSC circuit for this purpose. AUXILIARY INPUT: This chassis utilizes 5 separate inputs plus a newly added input called DVI. The following will break down those input routes to the Selector IC IV01. (Some models will also have a built in DVD player for 6th input). (1) INPUT 1: This input is only for Component Inputs Y Pr/Pb (31.5Khz to 33.75Khz ATSC) and will not accept Composite on the Y input. Input ones Y line is input directly into IV04 pin 9 (Y Pr/Pb Selector), not for NTSC. (2) INPUT 2: This input will accept Component Inputs Y Pr/ Pb (31.5Khz to 33.75Khz ATSC) or Y Cr/Cb (15,735Hz. NTSC). It will also accept Composite Video input as long as there is no Pr plug inserted. Input 2 is routed into the Selector IC IV01 pin 30. (3) INPUT 3: This is NTSC composite input only. It also has an accompanying S-Input. Remember that the S-Input takes priority over composite input, when S-Input is active. Input 3 is routed into the Selector IC IV01 pin 15. The S-Input inputs are pin 17 for Y (Luminance) and pin 19 for C (Chroma). When an S-Jack is inserted into the plug, an internal mechanical switch is activated which produces a low to the Selector IC IV01 pin 21 and the Selector IC notifies the Microprocessor that and S-Jack is installed. (4) INPUT 4: This is NTSC composite input only. It also has an accompanying S-Input. Remember that the S-Input takes priority over composite input, when S-Input is active. Input 4 is routed into the Selector IC IV01 pin 8. The S-Input inputs are pin 10 for Y (Luminance) and pin 12 for C (Chroma). When an S-Jack is inserted into the plug, an internal mechanical switch is activated which produces a low to the Selector IC IV01 pin 14 and the Selector IC notifies the Microprocessor that and S-Jack is installed. (5) INPUT 5: On the Front Control Panel. This is NTSC composite input only. It also has an accompanying S-Input. Remember that the S-Input takes priority over composite input, when S-Input is active. Video Input 5 is routed through the PFT connector pin 2, into the Selector IC IV01 pin 22. The S-Input inputs are routed through the PFT connector pin 7 for Y and pin 9 for C, into the Selector IC IV01 pin 24 for Y (Luminance) and pin 26 for C (Chroma). When an S-Jack is inserted into the plug, an internal mechanical switch is activated which produces a low through the PFT connector pin 11, into the Selector IC IV01 pin 28 and the Selector IC notifies the Microprocessor that and S-Jack is installed.
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DP-3X CHASSIS VIDEO SIGNAL PATH NTSC EXPLANATION


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MONITOR OUT FROM IV01: Composite video is output pin 41. S-Out Y pin 39, S-Out C pin 37. COMPOSITE VIDEO PATH: When a composite input is selected, it must be broken down into it respective parts, Y and C. This is accomplished for the Main video by the 3D Y/C and for the PinP (Sub) picture by the 2-Line Comb filter. MAIN: The Main composite output is routed out of the Selector IC IV01 pin 44 to QV14. Then through the video low pass filter comprised of QY01, QY02, and QY04. It arrives at the 3D Y/C chip IY01 pin 93. Here the composite video is separated into Y/C 3D enhanced, and output on the following pins, Y from pin 89 and C from pin 86. NOTE: Sync for the Microprocessor is routed out pin 44 of IV01 to QV13. Y COMPONENT FROM THE 3D Y/C (For Composite In). The Y component is then routed through a low pas filter comprised of QY09, LPF XY01, QY10, and QY12 into the Main Video/Chroma Processor IC IY04. Note too that the Y component is also routed into the PinP (Sub) Video/Chroma Processor IC IY03 pin 2. This is for when the customer presses the Swap button when the PinP Sub window is on. C COMPONENT FROM THE 3D Y/C : (For Composite In). The C component is then routed through a low pas filter comprised of QY13, LPF XY02, QY14, and QY15. Then the chroma must be routed through the TILT circuit. This circuit compensates for the phase relationship of flesh tones between composite and component. This circuit is comprised of QY16 and QY17. Not shown is the switch that enables this phase rotation circuit. The output control is from the selector IC IY04 pin 8 to QY19. From QY17 the Chroma component is routed into pin 16 of the Main Video/Chroma Processor IC IY04. Note too that the Chroma component is also routed into the PinP (Sub) Video/ Chroma Processor IC IY03 pin 16. This is for when the customer presses the Swap button when the PinP Sub window is on. S-INPUT 3, 4 and/or 5: When the S-Input is selected, it is already separated into Y and C components. In this case, Y is routed directly into the Main Video Chroma Processor IY04. It is output from the Selector IC IV01 pin 44, through QV14 and into the Main Video Chroma Processor IY04 pin 4. The Chroma component is output from the Selector IC IV01 pin 47, through QV16, QV17, and into the Main Video Chroma Processor IY04 pin 19. The responsibility of IY04 is to now convert the Y/C components of the Main picture into a usable format for the Flex Converter. The Flex Converter FC4 utilizes component inputs Y Pr/Pb or Y Cr/Cb. IY04 outputs only NTSC, so its outputs are Y Cr/Cb. Y from pin 24, Cr from pin 22, and Cb from pin 23. Y is then routed through QY29 to the connector PST2 pin 40. Cr is then routed through QY30 to the connector PST1 pin 37. Cb is then routed through QY28 to the connector PST1 pin 38. (See the Component Video Signal Path for continuation). PinP (Sub) Video Path: The PinP (Sub) composite video is output from the Selector IC IV01 pin 53, through QV23, QV24, and into the 2-Line Comb Filter IV02 pin 4. It is separated into its individual Y/C components. The Y (Luminance) component of the PinP (Sub) picture is then output pin 15, through QV25, low pass filter XV01, through QV26, QV28 and back into the Selector IC IV01 pin 49. The C (Chroma) component of the PinP (Sub) picture is then output pin 13, through QV29, low pass filter XV02, through QV30, QV32 and back into the Selector IC IV01 pin 51. From here, the Selector IC IV01 dependant upon the customers selection, will choose between the separated Y/C from composite or the separated inputs S-In and outputs the Y from pin 56 through QV19, QV20 into the PinP (Sub) Video/Chroma Processor IY03 pin 4. The C component from pin 58 through QV21, QV22 into the PinP (Sub) Video/Chroma Processor IY03 pin 19. IY03 FUNCTION: The responsibility of IY03 is to now convert the separated Y/C components of the PinP (Sub) picture into a usable format for the Flex Converter. The Flex Converter FC4 utilizes component inputs Y Pr/Pb or Y Cr/Cb. IY03 outputs only NTSC, so its output are Y Cr/Cb. Y from pin 24, Cr from pin 22, and Cb from pin 23. Y is then routed through QY22 to the connector PST2 pin 29. Cr is then routed through QY24 to the connector PST2 pin 26. Cb is then routed through QY23 to the connector PST2 pin 27. (See the Component Video Signal Path for continuation). NOTE: The DVI input signal flow is shown in the Component Video Signal Path Circuit Diagram. NOTE: Models using the DVD Player is also shown in the Component Video Signal Path Circuit Diagram.

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DP-3X CHASSIS VIDEO SIGNAL PATH - NTSC


SIGNAL PWB U301 Main Tuner U302 Sub Tuner UD2002 Digital Module 18 18 7 5 PST1 50 45 31 32 PFT 2 7 9 11 DM Y DM C SEE DVI and DVD SIGNAL PATH DIAGRAM for DVI and DVD FLOW 63 TV 60 V6 3 5 Y1 C1 V Out 1 53 Y In 1 49 C In 1 51 QV32 QV23 QV28 QV26 3 3 QV30 QV19 QV21 XV01 2 XV02 2 QV29 QV20 QV22 4 19 2 QV18 See Micro. Sync Path 16 QV24 QV25 4 V In

TERMINAL PWB

IV02
2Line Y/C Separator For PinP Only See the Video Signal Path-NTSC, Component, OSD for continuation.

15 Y Out 13 C Out

Front Control PWB

V5 S5

Aux 5 Video V3V Aux 5 S-Y V3Y Aux 5 S-C V3C


S-5 Det.

Y Out 1 56 SUB OUT 22 V4 C Out 1 58 24 Y4 26 C4 28 S-4

See Component Signal Path for Component 1 Y Pr/Pb and 480i Y Cr/Cb

Sub Video/Chroma Processor IY03 Sub Y2 In PST2 QY24 Sub Cr Out 22 26 C2 In QY23 Sub Cb Out 23 27 Y1 In QY22 Sub Y Out 24 29 C1 In 37 38 40

IV01
A/V Select
QV13 30 V5 7
15

V1 V2 V3 S3

Component 1 Y Aux 2 Video

IV04 Y Pr/Pb Select

Pr

No Pr Plug = Composite Aux 3 Video Aux 3 S-Y Aux 3 S-C


S-3 Det.

S-1 V3

MAIN OUT V/Y 44 Out 2 C 47 Out 2

See Micro. Sync Path

QY29 QY28 QY30 Main Y -6db

QV14 QV16 QV17

17 Y3 19 C3 21 S-3 8
10 14

IY04 MAIN Video/Chroma 4 Y2 Processor 2 Y1 Main Cr Out 22 19 C2


16 C1 Main Cb Out 23 Main Y Out 24 93 V In

V4 S4 PAGE 03-03

Aux 4 Video Aux 4 S-Y Aux 4 S-C


S-4 Det.

V2 Y2 S-2

QY17

VIDEO LPF QY01 QY02 QY04 Y AMP Y LPF QY10 XY01 QY09 C AMP QY14 C LPF XY02 QY13

3DV

IY01
3D Y/C Separator

12 C2

Chroma Tilt Correction QY16

QY12

Monitor Out Video MON OUT Monitor Out S-Y Monitor Out S-C

89 Y Out AYO QY15 TERMINAL PWB

41 V Out 3

MON 39 Y Out 3 OUT 37 C Out 3

88 C Out ACO

Must be S-In for S-Out

DP-3X CHASSIS COMPONENT EXPLANATION See the DP-3X Chassis Component Video Signal Path for details. Also see Video Signal Path (NTSC) Circuit Diagram for details about NTSC Its important to note that this Chassis horizontal deflection operates at 33.75Khz at all times. Even though this is more than twice as fast as NTSC, the set will still display NTSC video with no problem. This is accomplished by the Flex Converter. The Flex Converter will manipulate any input, be it NTSC, Component 480i, 480P, 720P to the appropriate Horizontal Frequency rate of 33.75Khz. This makes this chassis very versatile in its application. 1080i is already 540 so its routed directly into the Rainforest IC I501. The following will discuss the Component signal path and the continuation of the NTSC signal path. This chassis utilizes 6 separate inputs which also include 2 DVI inputs plus a New Photo Media card reader. The following will break down those input routes to the Y Pr/Pb Selector IC IV03. DVD Player (not shown) (1) COMPONENT INPUT 1: This input is only for Component Inputs Y Pr/Pb (31.5Khz to 33.75Khz ATSC) and Y Cr/Cb (15,735Hz 480i NTSC) but will not accept Composite on the Y input. The Y line is input directly into the Y Pr/Pb Selector IV04 pin 9. The Pr/Cr line is input directly into the Y Pr/Pb Selector IV04 pin 1. The Pb/Cb line is input directly into the Y Pr/Pb Selector IX02 pin 14. (2) COMPONENT INPUT 2: This input will accept Component Inputs Y Pr/ Pb (31.5Khz to 33.75Khz ATSC) or Y Cr/Cb (15,735Hz. 480i NTSC). This will accept Composite Video on the Y input as long as there is no Pr plug inserted. The Y line is input directly into the Y Pr/Pb Selector IV07 pin 9. The Cr/Pr line is input directly into the Y Pr/Pb Selector IV07 pin 1. The Cv/Pb line is input directly into the Y Pr/Pb Selector IV07 pin 14. Input 2 Composite Video is routed into the Selector IC IV01 pin 30. (3) DVI 1 INPUT (Digital Video Interface): This input will accept Component Inputs Y Pr/ Pv (31.5Khz to 33.75Khz ATSC) only. (See DVI Signal Path for further details). The G line is input from the PET connector pin 14 into the Y Pr/Pb Selector IV04 pin 8. The R line is input from the PET connector pin 12 into the Y Pr/Pb Selector IV04 pin 16. The B line is input from the PET connector pin 16 into the Y Pr/Pb Selector IV04 pin 11. (4) DVI 2 INPUT (Digital Video Interface): This input will accept Component Inputs Y Pr/ Pv (31.5Khz to 33.75Khz ATSC) only. (See DVI Signal Path for further details). (Only in the DP37D Chassis). The G line is input from the PET connector pin 5 into the Y Pr/Pb Selector IV05 pin 8. The R line is input from the PET connector pin 3 into the Y Pr/Pb Selector IV05 pin 16. The B line is input from the PET connector pin 7 into the Y Pr/Pb Selector IV05 pin 11. (5) DIGITAL TUNER (ATSC) UD2002 INPUT: These inputs are provided from the Digital Tuner (ATSC). The ATSC Tuner outputs DM-Y, DM-Pb and DM-Pr. (Only in the DP36 Chassis). DM-HY (Luminance) from PMS2 pin 11, through PST1 pin 31 to Y Pr/Pb Selector IV0 pin 15. DM-Pb (Blue Chroma) from PMS2 pin 9, through PST1 pin 25 to Y Pr/Pb Selector IV03 pin 17. DM-Pr (Red Chroma) from PMS2 pin 7, through PST1 pin 26 to Y Pr/Pb Selector IV03 pin 19. NOTE: When receiving a SDTV or HDTV signal, the Digital Module also outputs Composite Video/ Chroma for Monitor Output. (See NTSC Signal Path for specifics). (6) PHOTO MEDIA CARD READER: DP-37/C/D. (Access on the front). Note: DP-36 Photo Card reader is fed directly into the Digital Module. Y (Luminance) from Card Reader, through PTB in 6 to Y Pr/Pb Selector IV03 pin 53. Pb (Blue Chroma) from Card Reader, through PTB in 2 to Y Pr/Pb Selector IV03 pin 55. Pr (Red Chroma) from Card Reader, through PTB in 4 to Y Pr/Pb Selector IV03 pin 57. Picture File names must be 8 characters only, 4 characters Alpha and 4 characters numeric. MAIN COMPONENT VIDEO PATH from IV03: The following describes Main Component outputs from the Y Pr/Pb Selector IV03. Y pin 44, to QV33, to Main Video/Chroma Y Pr/Pb Switch IY04 pin 30 and 6. Pr pin 40, to QV35, to Main Video/Chroma Y Pr/Pb Switch IY04 pin 28. Pb pin 42, to QV34, to Main Video/Chroma Y Pr/Pb Switch IY04 pin 29.
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DP-3X CHASSIS COMPONENT EXPLANATION

FROM MAIN COMPONENT VIDEO PATH from IY04: The following describes Main Component outputs from the Video Chroma Y Pr/Pb Switch IY04. Y pin 24, to QY28, to PST2 connector pin 40, at this point the signal splits; To Q401 to U401 Flex Converter pin 3. To Q505 to I501 RGP Processor (Rainforest) pin 63. Pr pin 22, to QY30, to PST2 connector pin 37, at this point the signal splits; To Q403 to U401 Flex Converter pin 5. To Q507 to I501 RGP Processor (Rainforest) pin 60. Pb pin 23, to QY29, to PST2 connector pin 38, at this point the signal splits; To Q402 to U401 Flex Converter pin 4. To Q506 to I501 RGP Processor (Rainforest) pin 61. Note: The reason the signal splits here is because if the signal is 1080i (540) it is sent directly into the Rainforest IC because it needs no conversion since its the same frequency as the deflection circuit. SUB COMPONENT VIDEO PATH from IV03: The following describes PinP Component outputs from the Y Pr/Pb Selector IV03. Y pin 50, to QV36, to Main Video/Chroma Y Pr/Pb Switch IY03 pin 30 and 6. Pr pin 46, to QV38, to Main Video/Chroma Y Pr/Pb Switch IY03 pin 28. Pb pin 48, to QV37, to Main Video/Chroma Y Pr/Pb Switch IY03 pin 29. SUB (PinP COMPONENT VIDEO PATH from IY03: The following describes PinP Component outputs from the Video Chroma Y Pr/Pb Switch IY03. Y pin 24, to QY22, to PST2 connector pin 29, to U401 Flex Converter pin 17. Pr pin 22, to QY24, to PST2 connector pin 26, to U401 Flex Converter pin 19. Pb pin 23, to QY23, to PST2 connector pin 27, to U401 Flex Converter pin 18. MAIN SIGNAL FROM FLEX CONVERTER U401: The Flex Converter outputs only one horizontal frequency and that is 33.75Khz (540P) which relates specifically to 1080i deflection rate. So in other words, all inputs NTSC, 480i, 480P, 720P, 1080P are upconverted to the higher deflection rate. 1080i is routed directly to the Rainforest IC I501 and has no need for Flex Converter manipulation. This can be a trouble shooting tool if the Flex Converter is suspected as having problems. Simply input a true 1080i signal and the set automatically bypasses the Flex Converter. The PinP is added inside the Flex Converter if selected. Y pin 16, to Q510, and into the Rainforest IC pin 68 of I501. Pr pin 20, to Q508, and into the Rainforest IC pin 66 of I501. Pb pin 18, to Q509, and into the Rainforest IC pin 67 of I501. RAINFOREST IC I501 OUTPUTS: This IC processes the input signal source, adjust brightness, contrast, color, tint, etc and adds OSD information and outputs the Main Picture as R, G and B. Green is output pin 13 to Q541, 42, 43 and 44 to the PSC connector pin 7 then to the Green CRT. Red is output pin 12 to Q537, 38, 39 and 40 to the PSC connector pin 5 then to the Red CRT. Actually this signal first arrives at the Green CRT then its routed to the Red CRT. Blue is output pin 14 to Q545, 46, 47 and 48 to the PSC connector pin 9 then to the Blue CRT. Actually this signal first arrives at the Green CRT then its routed to the Blue CRT. OSD: (See Digital Convergence Interface Circuit Diagram Explanation for details).

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DP-3X Chassis Component Video Signal Path


DP-36 Only

PST1
See DVI Input Signal Diagram 1 0F 2 From ATSC Digital Tuner UD2002

IV03 Selector Y/Pb/Pr 15 DM HY 17 DM PB 19 DM PR 64 DVI 1 Det


Y Pb Pr

DP-37, 37C, 37D Only

DP-33W Only

RAINFOREST IC I501 RGB Processor


1080I Flex Bypass To CPT PWBs R Out

PBT 53 55 57
PHOTO G PHOTO B PHOTO R

PAT
From PHOTO MEDIA

PSC
Q537~40

23 25 26

6 2 4

3 5 7

PET 20

From DVD Player DVD Power PWB

12
Q541~44

5 7
Q545~48

Photo Card Reader on DP-36 is fed via USB into the Digital Module NTSC Y In

Q507 60 Q506 61 Q505 63 PST2 QY30 37 QY29 38 QY28 40 PFC1

G Out
Pr 2 In

13 14

DVI1 R DVI1 G DVI1 B

12 14 16

16 In1A OUT 1 8 In3A OUT 2 11 In2A OUT 3 1


In1B COMP 1 (Cr/Pr)

3 5 6

59 Y 61 PB 63 PR
INPUT 1

B Out
Pb 2 In Y 2 In

4
S-In Y In

19

IY04 MAIN
Video/Chroma Y Pr/Pb Switch

QV35
Main Pr-Out 2 Control Main Pb-Out 2

40 QV34 42 QV33 44

28 Cr/Pr R In 29 Cb/Pb B In 30 D-Sync 1/Y3/ G In 6 D-Sync 2 In


Main Y Out 24 Main Cr/Pr Out 22

Pr1In Pb1In Y1In

66 67 68

V1

14 In2B 9 In3B
COMP 1 (Y)

COMP 1 (Cb/Pb) 6

31 LOut 1

Main Y-Out 2

Lo = Y Pr/Pb Hi = DVI 1

Main Cb/Pb Out 23

See DVI Input Signal Diagram 2 0F 2 DP-37D Only DVI2 R DVI2 G DVI2 B

IV04 Selector Y/Pb/Pr DVI 1 10 DVI 2 Det IV05 Selector Y/Pb/Pr DVI 2 16 In1A OUT 1 8 In3A OUT 2 11 In2A OUT 3 1 In1B
COMP 2 (Cr/Pr)

NTSC Y In S-In Y In

PET 11 3 5 7

IY03 SUB 19 Video/Chroma Y Pr/Pb Switch 4 28 Cr/Pr R In QY24 26 QY23 27 QY22 29

U401 5 Pr FC4 Q402 UNIT 4 Pb Q401 3 Y PFC2 MAIN 19 Pr 18 Pb


Pb Out Pr Out

Q403

Q510 Q509 Q508

QV38 3 5 6
R B G

5 7 9

I Y N P PB U PR T 2

SUB Pr-Out 1 SUB Pb-Out 1 SUB Y-Out 1

46 QV37 48 QV36 50

20 18

29 Cb/Pb B In

Sub CrPr Out 22

6 D-Sync 2 In

Sub Cb/Pb Out 23 Sub Y Out 24

30 D-Sync 1/Y3/ G In SUB


Control

17 Y Y Out 16

V2

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14 In2B
COMP 2 (Cb/Pb)

9 In3B
COMP 2 (Y)

32 LOut2
Lo = Y Pr/Pb Hi = DVI 2

FLEX CONVERTER TERMINAL PWB SIGNAL PWB

DP-3X RAINFOREST IC INFORMATION (I501)


SCP IN Pin 49
4.2 ~ 9V CLAMP 2.2 ~ 2.8V Black Peak Pin 49 = SCP. Black Peak: 2.2V ~ 2.8V: This input is utilized for establishing the Black Peak stop level used in Black Peak expansion circuit. Here the Black Peak is expanded towards Black to increase the contrast ratio. CLAMP: 4.2V ~ 9V: Received from the Flex Converter via connector PFC2 Pin 8. The clamp pulse is utilized for DC restoration and blanking timing.

FBP IN Pin 39

Pin 39 = FBP. Combination of the following. BLK: 2.3V H-AFC: This input is received from the Horizontal Blanking (H. Blk) Max 9V signal generated in the Deflection circuit by Q706. This signal is used as a sample pulse in the Horizontal AFC circuit, which synchronizes the Horizontal Drive signal H-AFC 5.3V with the incoming Video sync signal input at pin 16. In Through Mode, pin 8. H-AFC Fly back pulse: 5.3V ~ 9.0V Max: This input is received from the Flex Converter and is a combination of Horizontal and Vertical blanking signals. H Blk from the Flex Converter PFC2 Pin 7 through Q523 V Blk from the Flex Converter PFC2 Pin 6 through Q522 BLK 2.3V Used within the Rainforest for DC restoration, Pedestal level detection and Clamping signals, such as Burst Gate Pulse. Also, from the Mute circuit of Q528 throug D503 to force RGB mute. Pin 79 = YM/P-MUTE/BLK. Combination of the following. INTERNAL: 0.0V ~ 0.5V Used internal within the Rainforest IC. HALFTONE: 1.2V ~ 1.8V: This input is received from the Microprocessor and is used to establish the Transparency effect of OSD. This also mutes the 2.7 ~ 4V video in exact timing with On Screen Display pulses (OSD). Half Tone from P Mute 1.2 ~ 1.8V the Microprocessor Pin 22 through Q415. Half Tone P MUTE: 2.7V ~ 4V: Not Used. BLANKING: 7V ~ 9V: Not Used. 0 ~ 0.5V Internal 7 ~ 9V Blanking

YM/P-MUTE/BLK Pin 79

YS3 Pin 2
Pin 2 = YS3. Combination of the following. INTERNAL: 0.0V ~ 0.5V Used internal within the Rainforest IC. ANALOG RGB: 1.5V ~ 9V: This input is received from the Digital Convergence Unit anytime the DCU is outputting graphics. During the time this pulse is above 1.5V, the Velocity Modulation drive signal is muted, so VM is turned off.

1.5 ~ 9V Analog RGB SVM Mute

0 ~ 0.5V Internal

YS1 Pin 80 / YS2 Pin 1


2.9 ~ 9V OSD SVM Mute 1 1.1 ~ 1.7V SVM Mute 0 ~ 0.9V Internal

Pin 80 & 1 = YS2/3. Combination of the following. INTERNAL: 0.0V ~ 0.5V Used internal within the Rainforest IC. SVM MUTE: 1.1V ~ 7V: Halftone This input is received from the Microprocessor Pin 22. During the time this pulse is between 1.1~1.7V, the Velocity Modulation drive signal is muted, so VM is turned off. OSD SVM: 2.9V ~ 9V: OSD Blk, received from the Microprocessor Pin 21. This mutes the video signal in sequence with the location and timing of the OSD Characters.

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DP-3X ABL CIRCUIT EXPLANATION


(See ABL Circuit Diagram for details) The ABL voltage is generated from the Flyback transformer TH01 ABL pin (3). The ABL pull-up resistors are RH27 and RH28. They receive their pull up voltage from the SW +115V which is the B+ line for Deflection created in the Power Supply. ABL VOLTAGE OPERATION The ABL voltage is determined by the current draw through the Flyback transformer. As the picture brightness becomes brighter or increases, the demand for replacement of the High Voltage being consumed is greater. In this case, the Flyback will work harder and the current through the Flyback increases. This in turn will decrease the ABL voltage. The ABL voltage is inversely proportionate to screen brightness. Also connected to the ABL voltage line is DH16. This zener diode acts as a clamp for the ABL voltage. If the ABL voltage tries to increase above 10V due to a dark scene which decreases the current demand on the flyback, the ABL voltage will rise to the point that DH16 dumps the excess voltage into the 10V line. ACCL TRANSISTOR OPERATION The ABL voltage is routed through the PPD3 connector pin 3 to the Power Supply PWB, then to PPS3 connector pin 3 on the Signal PWB. Then the ABL voltage is routed through the acceleration circuit R528 and D501 to the base of Q511. Under normal conditions, this transistor is nearly saturated. Q511 determines the voltage being supplied to the cathode of D502, which is connected to pin 78 of the Rainforest IC, I501. During an ABL voltage decrease due to an excessive bright circumstance, the base of Q511 will go down, this will drop the emitter voltage which in turn drops the cathode voltage of D502. This in turn will pull voltage away from pin 78 of the Rainforest IC, I501. Internally, this reduces the contrast and brightness voltage which is being controlled by the I2C bus data communication from the Microprocessor arriving at pins 29 and 30 of the Rainforest IC and reduces the overall brightness, preventing blooming as well as reducing the Color saturation level to prevent color smear. BLACK PANEL SWITCH QH05 This chassis has the ability to change the Side Panels when watching a NTSC 4X3 image. When a 4X3 images is displayed on a 16X9 set, the sides do not reach the edges. To avoid excessive ageing at the 4X3 display area, the side panels IRE levels are raised. However, sometimes the customer may want to turn the side gray panels off. Through the Video Advanced features Menu the customer can do this. When the Side panels are turned off, the overall average ABL level for the image is reduced. To compensate, QH05 Black Panel Switch is turned on. The Microprocessor I001 tells the Rainforest IC I501 via I2C communication to output a high from the DAC2 line pin 23. This high is routed through the PPS3 connector pin 9, PPD3 connector pin 9 the base of QH05 turning it On. This adds Resistor RH38 to the ABL pull up circuit and the ABL level drops slightly to compensate for the side panel loss of brightness.

Black Side Panels Turned on by the customer

Gray Side Panels

Black Side Panels

ABL SWITCH QH04: This switch adjust the ABL voltage when the Color Temperature is changed to high by the customer, 10,500K. During High Color temperature, the overall average brightness is slightly higher, QH04 switches in RH36 to the ABL pull up resistors. This slightly lowers the overall range of ABL during High Color Temperature. When color temperature is high, SW QH04 is OFF All other color temperatures, SW QH04 is ON.
RH32 manipulates the trigger point of shut down dependant upon the ABL level avoiding false triggering.

PAGE 03-08

DP-3X Chassis A.B.L. Circuit Diagram


ABL R528 R529

Q511
R530 R531 R532

HVcc +9.3V D502 R533

75 ABL 78
C514

D501

C511

C512

63 I501 Rainforest IC SDA2 29 SCL2 30

1080i Y In R572

Micro I001

31 SDA2 28 SCL2
R571

C513 Black Panel

Signal PWB

23

DAC2

48 ABL Switch
ABL Switch

PPD5
SW +115V

9 10

ABL switches QH04~05 slightly reduce the overall operational point of ABL due to the loss of overall brightness levels. Off High Color Temperature On all other Temperatures RH36 180K RH37 RH41

Deflection PWB
B+ 9

TH01 50P

FBT LH06 DH13 5 RH23 1 Gnd To Anodes To Focus CH17 Stops H. Drive

RH27 27K

PPS3 9
ABL Switch

PPD3 9

To QH01 Collector of High Voltage Output Transistor

10 C

QH04
ABL Switch QH03 only RH27 & RH28 used in ABL Pull-Up 4X3 models. Resistors RH28 39K [ Current Path ] Sw +10V Clamp DH16 RD30EB4 RH31 6.8K RH24 43K RH32 180K CH14 CH21

IH01
OVP

ABL

7
DH14 RH26

LH01 RH38 47K Black Panel

2 Power Supply PWB 3


ABL

RH39 RH42

QH05
Black Panel

RH21

RH25 18K RH09 CH10 XRay Protect DH15 HZ22-2L

On Black Side Panels On Off Gray Side Panels On

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3
As Brightness goes Up, ABL Voltage goes Down. (Inverse Proportional) CH18

DP-3X COMPONENT SYNC CIRCUIT DIAGRAM EXPLANATION


(See Main/Component Sync Separation Signal Path for details) IY04 Main/Chroma Y Pr/Pb Switch: Any Components Y signal arrives at pin 6 for the Main Picture. The Y component for NTSC is input at pin 4. IY03 Sub/Chroma Y Pr/Pb Switch: Any Components Y signal arrives at pin 6 for the Sub Picture. The Y component for NTSC is input at pin 4. Main Y Output from IY04: The Main signal, either component or composite, is sync separated inside IY04 and output. The following describes its associated output path. (ALL CHASSIS) H sync pin 17 to QY31 to the PST2 connector pin 35, to pin 8 of the PFC1 on the Flex Converter. (ALL CHASSIS BUT DP-37) V sync pin 15 to QY32 to the PST2 connector pin 34, to pin 7 of the PFC1 on the Flex Converter. (All chassis but DP-37) (DP-37 CHASSIS ONLY) This chassis has a Photo Card reader, the V Sync is output from pin 15 but is routed to pin 13 of IV07. The V Sync from the Photo Card Reader (Media Bridge) is input from the PBT connector pin 10 and arrives at IV07 pin 13. Which ever signal source is selected, the V Sync (MVD Out) is sent out pin 14 to the base of QY32 to the PST2 connector as described above. Sub Y Output from IY03: The Sub signal, either component or composite, is sync separated inside IY03 and output. The following describes its associated output path. H sync pin 17 to QY25 to the PST2 connector pin 31, to pin 15 of the PFC1 on the Flex Converter. V sync pin 15 to QY26 to the PST2 connector pin 32, to pin 14 of the PFC1 on the Flex Converter. H sync pin 35 to pin 12 of the Sync Selector I502, H sync for a true 1080i signal is input to pin 13 of the Sync Selector I502 and output from pin 14 to the Rainforest IC pin 50. Note: 1080i bypasses the Flex converter. If 1080i is detected, the Rainforest IC I501 outputs a high from the DAC 1 pin 34 to pin 11 of I502 sync selector to select Y sync prior to the Flex Converter. V sync pin 34 to pin 52, of the Rainforest IC I501. Since Sync is the same for 1080i (60Hz) there is no need to route through a sync selector like the H. Sync.

SYNC FROM THE FLEX CONVERTER U401 TO THE RAINFOREST IC I501

PAGE 03-10

DP-3X MAIN/COMPONENT SYNC CIRCUIT DIAGRAM


NTSC Y In S-In Y In

4 19

IY04
MAIN
Video/Chroma Y Pr/Pb Switch

Cr/Pr R In Cb/Pb B In D-Sync 2 In Y In D-Sync 1/Y3/ G In

28 29 6 30
MVD

PST2 QY31
Main H In Main V In

U401 FC4 UNIT


PFC1 PFC2

Main H Out 17

35 QY32 34
Note: IV07 in DP-37 Chassis for Photo Card Reader

8 7

Main V Out 15

I501

Bridge Media V Sync Pin 10 PBT

13

13 14

I502
11 13
Hi Lo X Main H Out

IV07
NTSC Y In S-In Y In

MVD Out

34 DAC 1 50 HD In

4 19

IY03
SUB Video/Chroma Y Pr/Pb Switch QY25
Sub H Out 17

35
HD Out

12

14

16
HVcc 9.3V

Cr/Pr R In Cb/Pb B In D-Sync 2 In Y In D-Sync 1/Y3/ G In

28 29 6 30

31 QY26 32

Sub H In Sub V In

15 14

Sub V Out 15

Main V Out

34

VD Out

52 VD In

FLEX CONVERTER PAGE 03-11

Block Diagram of UD2002 ATSC / QAM / IEEE1394 Interface Module

Front-End Board IF circuit IF AGC BCM3510 VSB/QAM Demodulator RAM for 256QAM

Memory Card Board Memory Card I/F Memory Card I/F

Main Board Digital Tuner

IF I2C AGC TC90A55TB HL Decoder TS 64MB SDRAM

Memory Card I/F

ATSC CATV RF IN

Optical Y/C, V Glue Logic 1/2 L,R YSD-038 Graphics


Graphics DAC

SPD I/F

64MB SDRAM

Demux

MPG Decoder

DAC

NTSC Encoder

AC-3 Decoder

Down Mix

Sub CPU SH4 Main CPU

TS in

TS out Glue Logic 2/2 CPU bus

NTSC Encoder

DAC

DAC

Peripherals

64MB SDRAM

I2C TS IEEE 1394 I/F SCI L,R IEEE1394 Physical IEEE1394 Link Modem Board Y/C Y/Pb/Pr Y Pr/Pb HD Video

CPU SCI bus 16MB FLASH SCI

IEEE1394 Board

RAM

Modem I/F

Analog NTSC Audio Video Analog Power Supply PTV Signal Board

Digital Power Supply

PAGE 03-12

DP-3X CHASSIS DVI SIGNAL PATH


PDJ1 DVI CONN
B+ 1 2 2 1

IJ03
49 48

4 10 12 16 21 25

SiI907BCQ52 28 33 35 43 45 50

All of these pins are ground

PET
18

DJ04 3

RX2RX2+ GND2/4 RX4+ RX4SCL SDA VSYNC RX1RX1+ GND1/3 RX3+ RX35V GND HTPIUG RX0RX0+ GND0/5 RX5+ RX5GNDC TXC+ TXC-

DJ01 3

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 DJ09 QJ05
3 1 2 DJ07 DJ08 3 2 1 B+ DJ03 3 DJ06 3 B+ 1 2 2 1

RX2RX2+

DJ05 3

DJ02 3

B+ 1 2 2 1

HSync VSync IOR IOG IOB SCDT AVcc AVcc Vcc DVcc Vcc DACVccR DACVccG DACVccB DACVcc Vcc DVcc Vcc Reset
15 14

18 19 23 26 31 40 1 7 13 17 22 24 27 32 37 38 41 46 39 4

DVIH DVIV DVIR DVIG DVIB DVIDET

QJ03 QJ02 QJ01 QJ04

19 12 14 16 20

DVIH DVIV DVIR DVIG DVIB DVIDET

52 51

RX1RX1+

4 6 8 13 15 17

3 2

RXORXO+

GND GND GND GND GND GND


SW+5V SW+5.5

5 6

RXC+ RXC-

LJ15 IJ02 5
7 8

IJ01 1
5 6 3

1 3

Reset 3

DJ12

DJ10

LJ17
1 3 SDA
DJ15

IJ05
NDC7002N
DJ16DJ14

IJ04
NDC7002N SCL 4 6 6

NC 5 NC 7 NC 9 NC NC 11 NC
10

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Mode

DP-3X BLANK PAGE NOTES

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AUDIO INFORMATION
DP-3X CHASSIS INFORMATION

SECTION 4

DP-3X BLANK PAGE NOTES

BLANK PAGE

DP-3X AUDIO (Main-Terminal) CIRCUIT DIAGRAM EXPLANATION


(See Audio (Main-Terminal) Signal Path Diagram for details) IV01 AUDIO VIDEO SELECTOR IC: The main Audio path is delivered to the Audio/Video Selector IC IV01 to the following pins; 62 (Left) and 64 (Right): This is the Audio input from the Main Tuner U301. The integrated Tuner has an Internal Audio decoding circuit that outputs Lt (Left Total) from pin 26 and Rt (Right Total) from pin 27. The Left continues through the PST2 connector pin 48 and the Right continues to pin 47. They arrive at IV01 pins 62 and 64 respectively. 2 (DM-Left) and 4 (DM-Right): This is the Audio input from the ATSC Tuner UD2003. The Digital Tuner has an Internal Audio decoding circuit that outputs Lt (Left Total) from pin 13 and Rt (Right Total) from pin 14. The Left continues through the PST2 connector pin 28 and the Right continues to pin 29. They arrive at IV01 pins 2 and 4 respectively. The Digital Module (ATSC Tuner) is only available on the DP-36 chassis. 59 (Left) and 61 (Right): This is the Audio input from Auxiliary 1 input. This audio is associated with component input 1 and with DVI 1 input. 29 (Left) and 31 (Right): This is the Audio input from Auxiliary 2 input. This audio is associated with component input 2 which also accepts composite video on the Y jack without a Cr plug and with DVI 2 input.. 16 (Left) and 18 (Right): This is the Audio input from Auxiliary 3 input, composite or S-In only. 9 (Left) and 11 (Right): This is the Audio input from Auxiliary 4 input, composite or S-In only. 23 (Left) and 25 (Right): This is the Audio input from the front Auxiliary 5 input, composite or S-In only. These inputs are delivered through the PFT connector pins 4 and 5 respectively. SOME MODELS WITH DVD PLAYER: If the set has a built in DVD Player, it will have IV08. This IC is responsible for selecting either the Front Audio from input 5 or the DVD Player. Front Audio input L pin 12 and R Pin 2. DVD Audio L pin 13 and R pin 1. It outputs selected audio L from pin 14 and R from pin 15 to IV01 L pin 23 and R pin 25. MONITOR OUTPUTS: 38 (Left) and 40 (Right): This is the Monitor Audio Outputs. LEFT and RIGHT OUTPUTS: 43 (Left) and 45 (Right): This is the Left Total and Right Total output which represent the Audio associated with the Main picture. The Lt and Rt represent the fact that the Audio has any Dolby encoding still embedded. The outputs are then routed through the PST2 connector pins 23 (Left) and 24 (Right) to the Center Select IC IA51 pins 2 and 12 respectively. IA51 is responsible for selecting the audio input from the Center Jack when the customer has set the television to operate in TV as Center Mode. The Center audio is routed to pins 1 and 13. The control switching signal is provided by the Microprocessor I001 pin 18 through the inverter QA58 to pin 10 and 11. A low on these pins with switch to receive inputs from the main L and R and a high on these pins will place the IC into the Center mode. The audio from IA51 leaves pin 15 Left and 14 Right and into the Audio Control IC IA01. IA01 AUDIO CONTROL IC: The NJW1160 is a sound processor includes the both BBE sound enhancement and SRS 3D Stereo. It includes all of the functions processing audio signal for TV, such as tone control, balance, volume, mute, and AGC functions. It also performs sound enhancement and surround. The sound enhancement regenerates high definitive and nearly real sound, and SRS 3D Stereo regenerates 3D surround sound with two speakers. All of the internal status and variables are controlled by I2C BUS interface. The Audio is output from pin 8 (L) and 23 (R) to two different circuits. Primary route is to the Audio Output IC IAA1 pins 2 (L) and 4 (R) and out pin 12 (L) and 7 (R) to the speaker plug PSP L pin 5 and R pin 1. The Secondary route from IA04 is to the Out to Hi-Fi jacks. L QA54 and QA55, R QA53 and QA52. (See the Audio Video Mute circuit in the Microprocessor section for details on the Mute transistors operation and control).

PAGE 04-01

DP-3X Chassis Audio (Main-Terminal) Signal Path


SIGNAL PWB
DP-36, DP-38 DP-38D Only

17 18

PTV L PTV R

Q406 Q405 PST2 4 Digital Tuner Audio 2 Left Out 43 23 64 62 Right Out 45 24
Tuner Audio

SIGNAL PWB
Not In DP-33W

JA01 Center In C

UD2003

ATSC Tuner 14 PMS2 13

DM R DM L

29 28 47 48 PST1

IA51
1 2
Hi Y Lo Lo X1 Hi

Not In DP-33W

10 15 11 14

30 L In 1 R In QA58

17 27 26

FRONT SPEAKER OFF BBEout R

U301

27

TV Main R TV Main L

Main Tuner 26

12 13 SEL OUT

See Main / Sub Audio Select Circuit Diagram Aux 1 Left

IV01
A/V Select
59 Left 28 31 61
Input 1 Right

TV as Center = L

Tone R In 18 Center Sel 14 SCL2 13 SDA2 5 26 Tone L In HiFi Out R QA53 QA55 BBEout L

QV03 QV04

V1

SCL2 SDA2

Aux 1 Right

Aux 2 Left

V2 V3

29 Left 31
Input 2 Right

I001
Micro Left 8

IA01
NJW1160 Audio Control L Out

Aux 2 Right

QA52

Aux 3 Left Aux 3 Right

16 Left
Input 4

Right

18 Right 9 Left IV08 11 14 15 11 10


Monitor Out Left Output 3 Right Input 3 Right

23 R Out

L QA51

Aux 4 Left

V4
Left

QA56
See AV Mute Circuit Diagram

Aux 4 Right

PFT1

QA54 PPS4
+

PSP 1

V5
Right

4 5 PAT 9 11

12 2 13 1

XO YO X1 Y1

23 Left 25 17
Input 5 or DVD Right See AV Mute Circuit Diagram

7 FR (WO) Out

2 QA01

Front Control DP-33W Only


DVD L DVD R

IAA1
+

3 CAE3 FR (TW) Out FL (WO) Out 5 CAE4 7 FL (TW) Out POWER PWB

12

PAGE 04-02

Some Models Hi DVD, Lo V5 Monitor Out Left

3
See AV Mute Circuit Diagram

2 Front Audio Out TA8258H

38 40

QA02

MON Monitor Out Right


TERMINAL PWB

SIGNAL PWB

DP-3X MAIN / SUB AUDIO SELECT CIRCUIT DIAGRAM EXPLANATION


(See Main/Sub Audio Select Circuit Diagram for details) I301 responsibility is to route either the Main Tuners Audio or the Sub Tuners Audio to the Selector IC, IV01. This is possible while in the Split Screen mode for PinP. By pressing the Swap button in this mode, the audio is switched between Main and PinP Audio. The following describes the Left and Right audio path to IV01 Selector IC, pin 47 Right and pin 48 Left Main Tuner U301 (Left Total, Right Total): From pin 27 Right and pin 26 Left. Through C099 Right, C098 Left. To I301 pin 1 Right, pin 13 Left. Sub Tuner 302 (PinP Tuner): From pin 27 mono audio. To Q050. Through C086. To I301 pin 2 Right, pin 12 Left. I301 Main/Sub Selector IC. The Audio inputs are selected by the control lines at pins 10 and 11. These pins are controlled by the output from the Microprocessor I001 pin 72 through inverter Q033. Pins 10 and 11 High = Main Tuner. Pins 10 and 11 Low = Sub (PinP) Tuner. I302 outputs the selected audio on the following pins, 15 for Right and 14 for Left. Through the PST2 connector pin 47 Right and 48 Left to the A/V Selector IC IV01 pin 64 Right and pin 62 Left. (See Audio (Main/Terminal) Signal Path Circuit Diagram for details related to the continuation of the Audio signal flow)

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DP-3X MAIN / SUB AUDIO SELECT CIRCUIT DIAGRAM I301 TV Main R 27 U301 Main Tuner 26 TV Main L C099 C098 1 2 PST2 Hi Y Lo IV01 A/V Select Q050 C086 13 Hi 12 TV L 15 TV R 47 64

U302 27 Sub Tuner

Mono

14 10 11

48

62

Lo

16 HVcc 9.3V
Pins 10 and 11 High = Main Tuner. Pins 10 and 11 Low = Sub (PinP) Tuner.

I001 MICRO

Q033 TVAUDSEL 72 PAGE 04-04

DEFLECTION INFORMATION
DP-3X CHASSIS INFORMATION

SECTION 5

DP-3X BLANK PAGE NOTES

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DP-3X HORIZONTAL DRIVE CIRCUIT EXPLANATION


HORIZONTAL DRIVE CIRCUIT DIAGRAM DESCRIPTION: (Use the Horizontal Drive Circuit Diagram for details) CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION When B+ arrives at the Rainforest IC I501 pin (45), horizontal drive is output from pin (37). The drive signal is routed through the connector PPS3, PPD3 pin 6 to the Horizontal Driver Transistor Q709. This transistor switches the ground return for pin (8) of the Driver transformer (T702). SW+28 volts is routed through R748 and R730. Then through D715 and supplied to pin (5) as primary voltage. The switching of Q709 allows EMF to develop. As this signal collapses, it creates a pulse on the output pin of (T702) at pin (4) to the base of the Deflection Horizontal output transistor Q777. This transistor provides primary switching pulses for the Deflection Transformer T701. Q777 TRANSISTOR PRODUCES THE FOLLOWING OUTPUT PULSES; 1. The Dynamic Focus OUT Circuit to QF01: A Dynamic Focus waveform, (Horz. Parabola) is created. This is a parabolic waveform that is superimposed upon the static focus voltage to compensate for beam shape abnormalities which occur on the outside edges of the screen because the beam has to travel further to those locations. Horizontal Deflection Yokes drive signals. The collector of Q777 provides the drive signal for all Horizontal Deflection Yokes.

2.

T701 TRANSFORMER PRODUCES THE FOLLOWING OUTPUT PULSES; Deflection H. Pulse from pin (7): This pulse is used by; HORIZONTAL BLANKING (H. BLK) GENERATED FROM PIN (7): The Horizontal Pulse is also routed to the Horizontal Blanking generation transistor Q706. This transistor generates the 13V P/P called H Blk. This signal goes to the following circuits; To the PPD3, PPS3 connector pin 8 to pin (39) of I501 as FBP In. Here this signal is used as a comparison signal. It is compared to the reference signal coming in at pin (50) Horizontal Sync. If there are any differences between these two signals, the output Drive signal from pin (37) is corrected. NOTE: When a 1080i signal is input through component inputs, the Reference signal for Horizontal Sync now becomes the H Sync before the Flex Converter. Output from sync selector I502, pin (14). (See the Main/Component Sync Circuit Diagram for details). The H Blk signal is also routed to the Microprocessor which uses this signal for OSD positioning and for Station Detection during Auto programming within the coincidence detector, also as a detection signal to activate the AFC Loop. The PinP unit uses this signal for switching purposes. Like the read/write clock, positioning, etc Through the PDG connector pin 14 to the Convergence circuit for correction waveform generation. Through CN01 to the Sweep Loss Circuit (QN01) to shut off the drive to the CRTs if Horizontal deflection is lost. H Blk for HORIZONTAL DRIVE FOR THE HIGH VOLTAGE CIRCUIT: The Horizontal Blanking signal H Blk from Q706 is also sent to the High Voltage Driver IC IH01 pin (3). This IC uses this signal as a Tickle Pulse signal to lock the high voltage H. Drive signal from IH01 pin 1. The high voltage H. Drive signal is output pin 1 and routed to the driver transistors, QH02. Then to the High Voltage Horizontal Output Transistor QH01. This transistor switches the primary of the Flyback transformer TH01. Deflection SW +115 is sent through pin (9) and output pin (10) to the collector of the Horizontal Output Transistor QH01. A sample of the High Voltage is output from the Flyback transformer TH01 pin (12). This voltage is sent to pin (9) of the High Voltage Driver IC IH01. This voltage is compared to the reference voltage available at pin (12).
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DP-3X HORIZONTAL DRIVE CIRCUIT EXPLANATION


If there is a difference between the two voltages, an error voltage is generated and output from pin (10) and input again at pin (11) where it manipulates the PWM (Pulse With Modulation) signal producing the Horizontal Drive signal output from pin (1). Its important to notice that the High Voltage circuit can not function without the Horizontal Deflection circuit providing a drive signal. The Sweep Loss circuit will since the loss of H. Blanking and output a high thats routed through DN10 to pin 3 and DN09 to pin 14. If these voltages go high, pin 3 will defeat the H. Drive by saturating the internal op-amp that creates the sawtooth comparator signal. Thus stopping H. Drive. Pin 14 high will saturate the internal generator that produces the sine wave for the sawtooth op-amp. See Figure 1 below.

3 Gen
DC Ref.

DC Feed Back

+ +

12

DC Ref.

10 11

Fig 1 GENERAL INFORMATION: The DP-3X deflection circuit differs from analog Hitachi projection televisions. It utilizes in a sense, two horizontal output circuits. One for Deflection and one for High Voltage. This allows for better deflection stabilization and is not influenced by fluctuations of the High Voltage circuit which may cause unacceptable breathing and side pulling of the deflection.

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DP-3X SERIES CHASSIS HORIZONTAL DRIVE CIRCUIT


Power Supply PWB To Micro. for OSD, Auto Prog, SD, AFC, H. Def. Yoke R PMR H. Def. Yoke G PMG Osc. X501 H Sync 1080i for Through Mode NTSC/PAL-Q551 28K-Q552 T702 R748 SW +28V R730 C725 SW + 15V D715
8 5 4 1

PPD3 PPS3 8 8
H.Blk.

I501
39 FBP In

VCC HVCO HD In

45 42 50 63 41

SW +9.3V

H. Def. Yoke B

PMB To Dynamic Focus QF01

I503
5 T701
SW +10V
7 8 2 1

H Drive Signal PWB

37 H Out

Y2 In H Freq Sw

Def. H Pulse

Rainforest IC

R735 D709

Q709

Q777 Q701
6

PDG
14 To Convergence Circuit H.Blk.

Q706
See Voltage and Waveform Chart on next page.

Side Pin Modulator

PPD5

IH01
3
Gen Drive

SW +115V

9 10

9 Horizontal Output

TH01
High Voltage

RH07 RN16

QH02 1

Fron Sweep Loss Det Circuit QN02 Stops H. Drive CN01

DN10

DH04

QH01
10

Com1 14 E r r o r
OVP

RN15

DN09

To H. Sweep Loss Det. Circuit QN01 SW +10V

11 10
RH02 CN01 Ref. V.

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PPD4
2 RH01 DH01

9
FB In DH05 RH26 DH14

HV Sample RH22 12 DH13 5 50P

12

Deflection PWB

DP-3X IH01 HIGH VOLTAGE DRIVER IC WAVEFORM AND VOLTAGES

IH01 NORMAL OPERATION: Pin 1 = 6.80V with Color Bar, 9 10 Varies with Brightness levels. Pin 2 = 11.72V + Pin 3 = 0.59V Pin 4 = 2.47V Pin 5 = 1.60V Pin 6 = 10.58V Pin 7 = 0.0V UVP OVP Pin 8 = 0.0V Pin 9 = 4.90V 8 7 Pin 10 = 0.03V Pin 11 = 0.03V Pin 12 = 4.90V Pin 13 = 0.05V Pin 1 Pin 14 = 2.02V Pin 15 = 4.96V Pin 16 = 0.0V Pin 3 Pin 4

11

12

13

14

15
REF

16
Gnd

+ +

POUT AGC

GEN

UVLO

12V P/P 33.75Khz 4.5V P/P 33.75Khz 3V P/P 33.75Khz

IH01 NOT RUNNING: Pin 1 = 12.28V Pin 2 = 11.86V Pin 3 = 3.96V Pin 4 = 3.5V Pin 5 = 1.089V Pin 6 = 0.021V Pin 7 = 0.0V Pin 8 = 0.0V Pin 9 = 0.019V Pin 10 = 0.038V Pin 11 = 0.038V Pin 12 = 4.90V Pin 13 = 0.05V Pin 14 = 4.59V Pin 15 = 4.96V Pin 16 = 0.0V

NOT RUNNING EXPLANATION: This situation can happen and possibly lead the Service Technician off on the wrong path. Take a quick look at the voltages for pin 3 and 14. This is the key. These two pins tie back to the Horz. and Vert. Sweep Loss Detection Circuit. (See page 05-05 for the Sweep Loss Detection Circuit Diagram). If the Sweep Loss circuit is activated, it outputs a high from QN02. This high is used to shut off the CRT to prevent CRT burn, However, the Collector of QN02 is also routed to these two pins through diodes DN09 to pin 14 and DN10 to pin 3. When QN02 goes high, it drives pin 3 and 14 high which turns off the internal oscillator of IH01 via pin 3. This action stops Horizontal Drive to the High Voltage circuit. This action causes pin 1 to saturate and it goes High. Note that pin 14 is tied to an internal op-amp (-) leg. This cause the output to stop. So no Horizontal Drive is allowed to pass to the output amp. connected to pin 1.

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DP-3X SWEEP LOSS DETECTION CIRCUIT EXPLANATION


(See Sweep Loss Detection Circuit for details) The key component in the Sweep Loss Detection circuit is QN02. This transistor is normally biased off by the pull up resistor RN18. When the base becomes 0.6V below the emitter, it will be turned on, causing the SW +10V to be applied to two different circuits, the Spot circuit and the High Voltage Drive circuit. Either QN03 or QN04 turning on, will turn QN02 on.

SPOT ACTIVATION CIRCUIT


When QN02 is turned on, the SW +10V will be applied to the anode of DN11, forward biasing it. This voltage will then pass through DN11. It will then be clamped by DN12, and arrive at pin 4 of PPD3, PPS3. It will then be directed to the Signal PWB where it will pass through D511 and activate the Video Mute circuitry Q529 Q527. This is done to prevent CRT burns. (See Audio Video Mute Circuit for details) A control (enable) circuit for SPOT is routed from pin 5 of PPS3, PPD3 called CUT OFF. This will activate when accessing certain adjustments parameters in the service mode; i.e. turning off vertical drive for making CRT drive or cut-off adjustments. When Vertical Drive is defeated, the Vertical Sweep loss circuit would activate. Cut Off is produced from the Microprocessor I001 pin 47 and routed to QN06 to inhibit the Spot line from activating and shutting off the CRTs.

HIGH VOLTAGE DRIVE CIRCUIT


When QN02 is turned on, the SW +10V will also be routed through RN15 and DN09 and applied to the High Voltage Drive IC IH01 at pin 14. When this occurs, the IC will stop generating the drive signal from pin 1 that is used to produce High Voltage via QH02, the High Voltage Driver. Again, this is done to prevent CRT burn, especially during sweep loss. This high is also routed through RN16, DN10 to pin 3 of IH01 which also kills the internal drive.

CONCERNING QN02
There are several factors that can cause QN02 to activate; loss of vertical or horizontal blanking.

Loss of Vertical Blanking (V Blk)


The Vertical pulse at the base of QN05 switches ON05 on and off at the vertical rate. This discharges CN03 sufficiently enough to prevent the base of QN04 from going high to turn it on and activate QN02. When the 24 Vp/p positive vertical blanking pulse is missing from CN04 to the base of QN05, it will be turned off, which will cause the collector to pull up high because CN03 charges up through RN11. This in turn will cause QN04 to turn on because its base pulls up high, creating an increase of current flow from emitter to collector and through RN09. RN08, (which is located across the emitter base junction of QN02), to the SW +10V supply. This increase of current flow through RN08 will bias on QN02 and the events described in Spot Activation Circuit above will occur.

Loss of Horizontal Blanking (H Blk)


The Horizontal pulse at the base of QN01 switches ON01 on and off at the horizontal rate. This discharges CN02 sufficiently enough to prevent the base of QN03 from going high to turn it on and activate QN02. When the 11.6 Vp/p positive horizontal blanking pulse is missing from CN01 to the base of QN01, it will be turned off, which will cause the collector to go high through DN03, RN02 as the SW +10V charges CN02 . This in turn will cause QN03 to turn on because its base is pulled up high when DN02 fires. When QN03 turns on, an increase of current flow from emitter to collector, through RN10, and up through RN08. This increase of current flow through RN08 will bias on QN02 and the events described in Spot Activation Circuit above will occur.

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DP-3X SWEEP LOSS DETECTION CIRCUIT


SW+10V DN13 RN09

RN12

RN11 DN08

CN06

Vertical Blanking From Pin 11 I601


RN13 V. Blk. CN04 RN14

QN05
CN03

QN04
RN18 DN06 DN07

24V P/P

RN02

CN02

RN03 DN03 RN10

QN02
High Voltage Driver IC RN06 DN01

Horizontal Blanking From Q706 Emitter


H. Blk. CN01 RN04

DN02

QN01

IH01
14 Stops
RN15 DN09 Drive

QN03

RN05 11.6V P/P

RN01

H. Blk

PPS3 PPD3
SPOT

Prevents CRT Burn

DN11 RN16

DN10

RH07

3 Osc
DN04

Stops

To Q529 Signal 3of 3 See A/V MUTE Circuit


CUT OFF

DN12

1
H Drive

Spot Inhibit RN17

QN06

5 When Vertical Drive is turned Off during adjustment, I 2C.


RN19

Stops High Voltage Drive Signals From being produced when Sweep Loss is detected.

QH02

From I001 Micro Pin 47

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DP-3X VERTICAL OUTPUT CIRCUIT EXPLANATION


(See the Vertical Output Circuit for details) I601 B+: The Vertical Output IC I601 requires SW+28V to operated. This voltage is supplied from the Power Supply. The output for the SW+28V pulse is from pin 15 of T901. This power supply is protected by E904, rectified by D922, filtered by C933, L918, C934 and output from the PPD5 connector pin 1 and 2. It arrives at the Deflection PWB and is routed through the Vertical B+ Excessive Current Sensor R629, Q604 to pin 10 of I601. TRIGGER PULSE: The Trigger pulse is routed from the Rainforest IC I501 pin 35 on the Signal PWB. It is output to the PPS3 connector pin 10, to the Power Supply PWB PPS3 connector pin 10 to the Deflection PWB. It is then sent to the Trigger Input on I601 pin 3. During Trace, the internal Ramp Generator circuit using C603 connected to pin 7 as the time constant begins charging. As it charges, the Pump Up circuit is also charging from the SW+28V to C605, through pin 11 to an internal switch of I601. When the Trigger pulse arrives (Retrace Time), the internal switch toggles over to the output stage push pull pair inside I601, and the +28V charged capacitor C605 discharges. The output stage push pull pair inside I601 already have +28V input from pin 10. So the output pulse from pin 1 is now near 50V p/p. This is only needed for a short duration of time, (retrace) so the Charge Pump circuit eliminates the need for a 50V power supply. (V BLK) VERTICAL BLANKING PULSE GENERATION: When the Charge Pump discharges and produces the 50V p/p pulse for Vertical drive during retrace, this pulse at pin 11 is also routed as the Vertical Blanking pulse. Its amplitude is around 21V p/p and is sent to the following circuits; Vertical Sweep Loss detection circuit Convergence circuit for vertical correction waveform generation To the PPD3, PPS3 connector pin 12 to be sent to various circuits on the signal PWB. The Microprocessor uses this signal to time its OSD. VERTICAL OUTPUT PULSE: The Vertical Output pulse is then routed to the Vertical Yokes generating a linear sawtooth current which moves the beam. (Trace = from top to bottom, Retrace = from bottom to top). This linear current is generated by the charge time constant of the vertical yokes charging C607 through the low ohm resistors R619, R620. VERTICAL YOKE CHARGE PULSE: The pulse generated on the positive side of C607 is also routed through the parabolic wave form generation circuit of R621 and C608 to the side pincushion circuit and to the dynamic focus circuit for corrections to deflection and focus. The pulse generated on the positive side of C607 is also routed back to I601 pin 8 and 9. The AC component of this signal is for vertical linearity compensation. The DC component of this signal and the DC component provided by the Vertical size pot into pin 4 are routed back to the Ramp generator circuit described above. The DC component determines the charge time associated with the ramp generator or in other words, the Vertical height. D SIZE SWITCH: When Magic Focus is activated by either the Magic Focus button or customers menu or during service when the sensors are initialized, Q603 receives the D Size command from the Digital Convergence Unit, UKDG pin 15 of PDS connector. When Q603 turns on, it bypasses R611 and lowers the resistance from R607 (Vertical Size Pot) to ground. This increases the Vertical size to allow positive contact of the light pattern hitting the sensors.

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DP-3X CHASSIS VERTICAL OUTPUT CIRCUIT DIAGRAM


To Conv. Circuit To Micro. for OSD Positioning Protect_Def

PMB
Power Supply PWB

2
R626

V+ VV. Def. Yoke B

PPD3 PPS3 12 12
V.Blk. V Drive

I501
VCC HVCO

8 55 21

Main Y Direct HVcc 9.3 V Osc.

PPS3
R632

28V
D608

1 PMG 2

Q604
C610 R630 + C604 + R629 0.68 R627

V+ VV. Def. Yoke G

R631

10

10

35 VP Out
VD1 In Signal PWB

15

V. Sync In From Flex Converter

Power Supply PWB C611 R602 V.Blk.

PMR 6
Gnd

I601
Vs

10
D603

L601 L602 R622 C609

R628 R625

2 1

V+ VV. Def. YokeR D606

V OUT

1 2
V.Blk. + C605 Charge Pump D604 D607 R699 D610 D605 D611 PDD1

3
To Vertical Sweep Loss Detection Circuit
Q601 D602 R634 Q602 R603

Trigger Input

D601
C612

Output Stage Vs Flyback Gen Inverting Input Buffer Out

7
C601 C603

Ramp Gen

11 9

2 V. Saw Out
R605 R604 R617 R606 R616 C606 + R621 C607 2200/25 R620 1.2 ohm PDD1 + C608 To Dynamic Focus Circuit To Side Pin Cushion Circuit

8
R609 R613

V OUT
R635 R611

+ -

5 Q603
C602

NC Hight Adj

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R614

R612 D Size R607 V Size R608 R618 D612

R619 1.2 ohm R637 R636

3 V. Inf.

DP-3X SIDE PINCUSHION CIRCUIT EXPLANATION


(See the Side Pincushion Circuit Diagram for details) Due to the nature of deflection, the sides of the picture has a tendencies to pull in similar to an hour glass. The Side pincushion circuit is responsible for manipulating deflection to compensate. This is accomplished by super imposing a vertical parabolic waveform on the DC voltage utilized for Horizontal Size. VERTICAL YOKE CHARGE PULSE: (See Vertical Output Circuit for details) The pulse generated on the positive side of C607 is routed through the parabolic wave form generation circuit of R621, and C608 to the side pincushion circuit. SIDE PIN WAVE FORM GENERATION IC: Then through R742, C702, R709 to pin 6 of I701. This is the negative leg of the internal op-amp. Also attached to this input circuit is the Horizontal Size circuit comprised of R710, R711, R713 and clamped by D714. The variable resistor R711 which adjust the DC level at pin 6. The positive leg of the op-amp is connected through pin 5 to the feedback circuit from the Side Pin Cushion output circuit for stability. The output of the DC offset voltage with Vertical parabolic wave form attached is then routed out pin 7 to the base of Q703. This transistor has its emitter off set above ground by D713, R747 back to the SW +9V and R704. This transistor drives the base of the Side Pin Cushion modulator transistor Q701. The collector of Q701 is connected to the Deflection SW +115V. The DC offset voltage and Vertical parabolic side pin cushion compensation wave form is now super imposed on the SW +115V which is sent to the Deflection Transformer T701 and the Horizontal Linearity circuit C715, L703, R729 and R756 to the Horizontal Yoke returns. D SIZE SWITCH: When Magic Focus is activated by either the Magic Focus button or the customers menu or during service when the sensors are initialized, Q710 receives the D Size command from the Digital Convergence Unit, UKDG pin 15 of PDG connector. When Q710 turns on, it bypasses R714 and lowers the resistance from the emitter of Q701 to ground. This increases the Horizontal size to allow positive contact of the light pattern hitting the sensors.

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DP-3X SIDE PINCUSHION CIRCUIT DIAGRAM


SW +115V SW +9V

R706 R707 C701 R709


SW+11V

Q701

V Parabolic

C702 R742

R708 D701

C722 R721
4.39V 5.17V 5.14V

R710 R712

R701

Q703

8.96V

6
+

5
R711

I701
R702 R704 R747 + -

H Size Adj
R713

D714

R703

D713

1 Q710
R714 R715
Sensor Initialize = Hi Magic Focus = Hi D SIZE

4
T701

Deflection Horizontal Driver

6 1

7 8

Q777

To Q705 H. Blk Generator

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C715 L703

R756

To H. Deflection Yokes To H. Linearity off H. Yoke Returns L704, L705

R729

DIGITAL CONVERGENCE INFORMATION


DP-3X CHASSIS INFORMATION

SECTION 6

DP-3X BLANK PAGE NOTES

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DP-3X DIGITAL CONVERGENCE INTERFACE CIRCUIT EXPLANATION


See Digital Convergence Interconnection Circuit Diagram for details. The Digital Convergence circuit is responsible for maintaining proper convergence of all three colors being produced by the CRTs. Many different abnormalities can be quickly corrected by running Magic Focus. The Digital convergence Interconnect Diagram depicts how the Digital Convergence Circuit is interfaced with the rest of the Projections circuits. The main components and/or circuits are; THE DIGITAL CONVERGENCE UNIT (called DCU) CONVERGENCE OUTPUT TO STKs CONVERGENCE YOKES MAGIC FOCUS SENSORS AND INTERFACE MAGIC FOCUS activation by Magic Focus Switch on Front Control Panel or customers Menu. MICROPROCESSOR RAINFOREST IC (Video Processor). SERVICE ONLY SWITCH INFRARED REMOTE RECEIVER ON SCREEN DISPLAY PATH THE DIGITAL CONVERGENCE UNIT (DCU) (8 Sensor array). The DCU is the heart of the Digital convergence circuit. Held within are all the necessary components for generating the necessary waveforms for correction, and associated memories for the adjustment data and Magic Focus Data.
Sensors (X8)
Technician's Eye Adjust through observation SCREEN

M IR

Light
Stored during Initialize Stored Light Sensor Data Remote Control EEPROM 2K Bit Data Comparator
between stored data and light sensor data

RO R

Timing Controller Serial-Parallel Converter

A/D

Sensor PWB H
CRT B G R

Infra-Red Decoder To Video Circuits Via O.S.D. Displays CrossHatch 256 Adjusted Points Per/Color One Chip CPU 8 bit 128 Kbit SLOW EEPROM (2Kbit)

Error Data Digital Cross Hatch Gen.

2nd S/H

Timing Controler 1st S/H D/A

CY CLAMP

Serial/Parallel Converter Gate Array 4000 gates

117 Points Per/Color


Addressable by Technician Also available; 35 Adjustment Points 9 Adjustment Points

X1

X6

X6

X6

X6

Calculation of other 139 points per/color S-RAM (256Kbit) FAST

INTERPOLATION
Back Up

DIGITAL CONVERGENCE CIRCUIT

117 Points Per/Color

D/A Conv. Static Centering

AC Applied, Copy from EEPROM, then caculations will be made. Time, approx. 20 sec.

CLAMP

LPF

Figure 1 The Block above shows the relationship of the DCU to the rest of the set. Note that the light being produced by the CRTs is what is used by the sensors for Magic Focus. This allows the DCU to make adjustments regardless of circuit or mechanical changes or magnet influence, by actually using the light on the screen to make judgments. EEPROM AND SRAM SHOWN IN FIGURE 1: (8 Sensor Array). Each color can be adjusted in any one of 117 different locations. The internal workings of the DCU can actually make 256 adjustment points per color. These adjustment points are actual digital data stored in memory. This
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DP-3X DIGITAL CONVERGENCE INTERFACE CIRCUIT EXPLANATION


data represents a specific correction signal for that specific location. When the Service Technician makes any adjustment, the new information must be stored in memory, EEPROM. The EEPROM only stores the 117 different adjustment points data, the SRAM interpolates to come up the additional 139 adjustment points for a total of 256 per color. The EEPROM data is slow in relationship to the actual deflection raster change. The SRAM is a very fast memory. So, during the first application of AC power, the EEPROM data is read and the SRAM makes the interpolation and as long as power remains, interpolation no longer has to be made. This can be seen during an adjustment. If the Interpolation key is pressed on the remote control, what is happening is that the SRAM must make those additional calculations beyond the 117 made by the Servicer and this is all placed into memory. INFRARED REMOTE CONTROL INPUT SHOWN IN FIGURE 1: As can be seen in Figure 1, the Infrared Remote control signals actually manipulate the internal data when the Service Only Switch is pressed on the Deflection PWB. This process prevents the Microprocessor from responding to Remote commands, via a Busy line output from the DCU. INTERNAL CONTROLLER, D/A CONVERTERS SHOWN IN FIGURE 1: The internal controller, takes the stored data and converts it to a complicated Convergence correction waveform for each color. The Data is converted through the D/A converter, 1st and 2nd sample and hold, the Low Pass Filter that smoothes out the parasitic harmonic pulses from the digital circuit and the output Clamp that fixes the DC offset level. The DC offset voltage is adjusted by several things. Raster Centering. The Raster Centering adjustment actually moves the DC offset voltage for Horizontal and Vertical direction. This Offset voltage will move the entire raster Up or Down, Left or Right. When a complete Digital Convergence procedure has been performed and the adjustment information stored in memory by pressing the PIP Mode button twice (2), it is mandatory to run Sensor Initialization. If Sensor Initialization is not performed, the set will not allow Magic Focus to operate. If the Magic Focus button is pressed, the screen will display an adjustment grid instead. This is done by pressing the PIP-MODE button on the remote one (1) time, then pressing the SURF button. This begins a preprogrammed generation of different light patterns. Magic Focus memory memorizes the characteristics of the light pattern produced by the digital convergence module. If a convergence touchup is required in the future, the customer simply presses the Magic Focus button on the front panel or activates it from the customers menu and the set begins another preprogrammed production of different light patterns. This automated process duplicates the same light pattern it memorized from the initialization process, re-aligns the set to the memorized convergence condition. Note that this process is using Light as its source. This is a better process than using waveforms or voltages as it is adjusting using the actual light pattern as see by the customer. MAGIC FOCUS SENSORS SHOWN ON FIGURE 1: This process is a joint effort between the digital convergence module and 8 Photo-sensors, physically located on the corners and center of the cabinet, just behind the screen. The physical placement of the sensors assures that they will not produce a shadow on the screen that can be seen by the customer. Magic Focus is activated by pressing the Magic Focus button inside the front control panel door or by the Customers Menu. An on-screen graphic display pattern will be displayed to confirm that the automatic convergence mode (Magic Focus) has begun. The digital convergence module produces different patterns for each CRT, and the sensors on the side of the cabinet pick up the transmitted light and generate a DC voltage. This voltage is sent to the DCU and converted to digital data and compared with the memorized sensor initialization data. Distinct patterns will be generated in each primary color. As the process continues, the digital module manipulates the convergence correction waveforms that it is producing to force the convergence back into the original memorized configuration. When all cycles have been completed, the set will return to the original signal and the convergence will be corrected. In most cases, activating the Magic Focus will allow the set to correct itself, without further adjustments.
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DP-3X DIGITAL CONVERGENCE INTERFACE CIRCUIT EXPLANATION


EXPLANATION OF THE DIGITAL CONVERGENCE INTERCONNECT DIAGRAM: INFRARED RECEIVER: During normal operations, the IR receiver directs it signal to the Main Microprocessor where it interprets the incoming signal and performs a predefined set of operations. However, when the Service Only Switch is pressed, the Main Microprocessor ignores remote control commands. Now the DCU receives theses commands and interprets them accordingly. The Microprocessor is notified at pin 42 when the DCU begins its operation by the BUSY line. As long as the BUSY line is active, the Main Microprocessor ignores the IR signal. ON SCREEN DISPLAY PATH: MICROPROCESSOR SOURCE FOR OSD: The On Screen Display signal path is shown with the normal OSD information such as Channel Numbers, Volume Graphic Bar, Main Menu, Service Menu, etc sent from the Main Microprocessor pins 34, 33 and 32 to the Rainforest I501 pins 21, 19 and 18. These are positive going pulses, about 5 V p/p and about 3uS in length dependant upon there actual horizontal time for display. DCU (Digital Convergence Unit P/N CS00731) SOURCE FOR OSD: The DCU has to produce graphics as well. When the Service Only switch is pressed, the Main Microprocessor knows the DCU is Busy as described before. Now the On Screen Display path is from the DCU pins 22, 21 and 20 to the Rainforest I501 pins 24, 25 and 26. The output for the DCU OSD characters is output through the PDG connector pins (20 Dig Red, 21 Dig Green and 22 Dig Blue). These are routed through their buffers (QK06 Dig Red, QK07 Dig Green and QK08 Dig Blue) to the PPD1, PPS1 connector pins (1 Dig Red, 4 Dig Green and 8 Dig Blue). Then through their buffers, (Q519 Dig Red, Q520 Dig Green and Q521 Dig Blue). Then it arrives at the Rainforest I501 at pins (26 Dig Red, 25 Dig Green and 24 Dig Blue). When a character pulse arrives at any of these pins, the internal color amp is saturated and the output is generated to the CRTs. Any combination for these inputs generates either the primary color Red, Green or Blue or the complementary color Red and Green which creates Yellow, Red and Blue which creates Magenta or Green and Blue which creates Cyan. OUTPUT STKs IK05 and IK04: These are output amplifiers that take the correction waveforms generated by the DCU and amplify them to be used by the Convergence Yoke assemblies for each color. RV is Red Vertical Convergence correction. Adjust the location either up or down for Red. RH is Red Horizontal Convergence correction. Adjust the location either left or right for Red. GV is Green Vertical Convergence correction. Adjust the location either up or down for Red. GH is Green Horizontal Convergence correction. Adjust the location either left or right for Red. BV is Blue Vertical Convergence correction. Adjust the location either up or down for Red. BH is Blue Horizontal Convergence correction. Adjust the location either left or right for Red. CONVERGENCE YOKES: Each CRT has a Deflection Yoke and a Convergence Yoke assembly. The Deflection manipulates the beam in accordance to the waveforms produced within the Horizontal and Vertical Deflection circuits. The Convergence Yoke assembly manipulates the Beam in accordance with the correction waveforms produced by the DCU. MAGIC FOCUS SENSORS AND INTERFACE: (8 Sensor Array). Each of the eight photo cells, called solar batteries in the service manual, have their own amps which develop the DC potential produced by the photo cells. Each amp is routed through the PDS1 connector and arrives at the PDS connector on the DCU where the DCU converts this DC voltage to Digital signals. These digital signals are used only when the Magic Focus Button is pressed and Magic Focus runs or during Initialization of the sensors.

(Continued on page 4)

PAGE 06-03

DP-3X DIGITAL CONVERGENCE INTERFACE CIRCUIT EXPLANATION


MICROPROCESSOR: The Microprocessor is only involved in the Digital Convergence circuit related to disabling IR (Infrared Remote Control Signals). When the DCU is put into the Digital Convergence Adjustment Mode (DCAM) or Magic Focus, the Microprocessor ignores IR pulses. This is accomplished by the BUSY signal from the DCU. The BUSY signal is routed from the DCU out the PDG connector pin 19, to the PDD1 connector pin 2, then the PPS1 connector pin 2 to the Microprocessor I001 pin 42 telling the Microprocessor that the DCU is busy. RAINFOREST IC (Video Processor). The Rainforest I501 is only involved with the Digital Convergence circuit related to OSD and Velocity Modulation inhibit during Digital convergence OSD operation in which it inhibits the Luminance from the main video. This is accomplished by DCU YS from pin 19 of the PDG connector to QK09 to PPD1 PPS1 pin 2 to Q518 to pin 2 of I501. SERVICE ONLY SWITCH: The Service Only Switch is located just in front of the DCU on the Deflection PWB. If the front speaker grills are removed and the front access panel is opened, the switch will be on the far left hand side. When this button is pressed with the TV ON, the DCU enters the Digital Convergence Adjustment Mode. If the button is pressed and held down with the TV OFF and the power button is pressed, the Digital Convergence RAM is cleared. This turns off any influence from the DCU related to beam deflection. Magnetic centering is performed in the mode as well as the ability to enter the 3X3, (9 adjustment points) mode. NOTE: The Digital Convergence Adjustment Mode DCAM can be entered by the Remote Control. Magic Focus must be able to run. Press Magic Focus button on front panel, while its running, press the Magic Focus button in and hold. Stop will be displayed. Press the INFO button on the remote while STOP is displayed. MAGIC FOCUS SWITCH: Located on the Front Control panel is the Magic Focus switch. When Magic Focus is activated by the customer pressing this switch, the DCU enters the MAGIC FOCUS adjustment mode described earlier. When the Customer presses the Magic Focus Switch, the low is sent to the Microprocessor I001 pin 45. The Microprocessor pin 44 then communicates with I010 pin 8 (Level Shift) and it outputs a low on pin 12 (Magic Sw). This low is routed through the PPS1, PPD1 connector pin 5 to the DCU connector PDS pin 1. This starts the Magic Focus function. Also the Magic Focus can be started from the Customers Menu by this same process. CONVERGENCE MUTE: IK02 is the convergence mute IC. When the +28V line collapses when power is turned off, its possible that the output STKs could be damaged. To prevent this, IK02 monitors the +28V line. If it falls too low, pin 3 will output a Mute signal to pin 21 of connector PDS on the Digital Convergence Unit. CUSTOMERS MANUAL DIGITAL CONVERGENCE ADJUST: This year, the Digital convergence can be adjusted by the customer. This is accessed from the Video Menu and selecting Magic Focus. Under the Magic Focus menu, select Manual. (See Figure). They have access to the 117 adjustment points for Red and Blue. (Green is fixed as reference). However, if after adjusting using this process, the customer can no longer use Magic Focus. To regain Magic Focus operation, return to the Customers Menu-Video-Magic Focus and select AUTO. Magic Focus will become functional however, manual adjustment data is lost.

Video Magic Focus Aligns the Red, Green, and Blue colors to correct for Magnet Influences. Adjustment Mode Auto Manual If you want to adjust now Move Sel Select

START

PAGE 06-04

DP-3X CHASSIS "DIGITAL CONVERGENCE" INTERCONNECTION CIRCUIT DIAGRAM


MAG SW In 11 12 MAG SW Out 9 8 45 Magic Sw In

I001
OSD B 34 OSD G 33 OSD B OSD G OSD R

Signal PWB 3 of 3 Q517 Q516 Q515


Dig OSD B Dig OSD G Dig OSD R

Rainforest
21 19 18 24 25 26 2

I501
OSD B OSD G OSD R Dig OSD B Dig OSD G Dig OSD R YS3 14

I010
3.3V-5V
BUSY

50 Digicon

B G R

Q545 Q546 Q548 Q541 Q542 Q544

PSC
9

B To CRTs G R

Adj

OSD R 32 44 Magic Sw Out 42

Q521 Q520 Q519 Q518

13

Digicon Busy In IR

IR In

80

Main Up

Q537 Q538 Q540


5

12

Service Only

SK01

PDG
18 7 19

PDS
13 BV

+28P

PPS1
6

PPD1
BUSY 6 2 9 1 3 4 8 5 7

Sw Adj

DK04 FK01 DK86 Mute

10 5 15 2 14 6 BV + -

18 16 11 13

CYV+ CYVCYH+ CYH-

PCB
1 3 6 4

To Blue Convergence Yokes

QK09
DCU YS BUSY

Dig Adj

Magic Focus
1 2 9 1 8 7 3 4 8 MAG SW

SM09 Ft. Control PWB


DP-33W/DP-36/DP-37/DP-37C/DP-37D/DP-38

DK55 Dig R IR-In Dig G Dig B MAG SW

UKDG CS00731
"DCAM" Digital Convergence Adjustment Mode

IK05
+ BH

QK06 QK07 QK08

Dig R IR-In Dig G Dig B

13 20 17 21 22 14 15 16 2 4 1 3 12

14 16

BH GV

+ -

GV

9 7

PCG
CYH+ CYH6

11 N/C

RK66

PFS
Stby +5V

5 7

H Blk D Size V Blk From QK01 From IK01 -5V +5V

Digital Convergence Unit "DCU" "Mounted on Deflection PWB"

17 8 12 4 -28P

To Green Convergence Yokes

10 12 22 FK02 DK05

QM05 QM01
1 2 3

Signal PWB

Power Supply PWB

Deflection PWB
17 GH

3 RK67 +28P 17 8 12 4 5 10 15 Mute 2 14 RH 6 GH + 18 CYV+ 16 11 13 9 + 7 CYV+ CYVCYH+ CYHCYV1

IR Out HMO2
IR Receiver

Sensor PWB
1

+5V GND

PDS1
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

+5V Digital
From IK01

MAG SW Gnd S7 S6 S5 S4 S3 S2 S1 S0

PDS
1 10 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 21 20 RH 19 RV

IK04
RV + -

PCR
1 3 4 6

To Red Convergence Yokes

EFI
3 2

DK85

S7 S6

QM07 QM06

2 3

LED S0 ~S7 8 Total Sensors

DP-37C/DP-37D/DP-38

S5 S4 S3 S2 S1 S0 S0

PAGE 06-05

RK21
Mute

Normal "Lo"
3

IR Out HMO3
IR Receiver

IK02
2

+28V

RK22 DK53

RK24

RK23

DP-37 REMOTE CONTROL CLU-5728TSI (P/N HL01828) DP-37 51S500, 57S500, 65S500
POWER

TV

VCR

CBL

STB

SOURCE WIZARD

CURSOR UP

DVD

CD

TAPE

AMP

CURSOR DOWN
1 2 5 8 0
C.C.
PHOTO

3 6 9
INFO

CURSOR LEFT

4 7

CURSOR RIGHT RED (7 X 5) GREEN (3 X 3) CROSSHATCH VIDEO CORRECTION BUTTONS

RASTER PHASE
SLEEP
ANT

BLUE (13X9) REMOVE COLOR

ASPECT V IRT

UAL H D

U MEN

EXIT

VOL

SELECT

CH

MUT E
VID 1

LAS

T CH
5

VID VID 2
VID 3

Must be in VCR Mode


CALCULATE INITIALIZE PIP MODE + SURF WRITE TO ROM PRESS (2X)
PIP

VID

SURF

FREEZE

PIP-MODE

PIP ACCESS SWAP DAY/NIGHT

CENTERING RASTER POSITION READ OLD ROM DATA PRESS (2X)

REC

HITACHI
CLU-5728TSI

PAGE 06-06

DP-33W REMOTE CONTROL CLU-5727TSI (P/N HL01825) 46W500


POWER

TV

VCR

CBL

STB

SOURCE WIZARD

CURSOR UP

DVD

CD

PVR

AMP

CURSOR DOWN
1 2 5 8 0
DVD

3 6 9
INFO

CURSOR LEFT

4 7

CURSOR RIGHT RED (7 X 5) GREEN (3 X 3) CROSSHATCH VIDEO CORRECTION BUTTONS

RASTER PHASE

SLEEP 10+

BLUE (13X9) REMOVE COLOR

VIRTUAL HD ANT

ASPECT

C.C.

SUB

U MEN

EXIT

TITLE

VOL

SELECT

CH

MUT E
VID 1

LAS

T CH
5

VID VID 2
VID 3

Must be in VCR Mode


CALCULATE INITIALIZE PIP MODE + SURF WRITE TO ROM PRESS (2X)
PiP

VID

NAVI

DISC MENU SURF

ADVANCED FRZ

CENTERING RASTER POSITION READ OLD ROM DATA PRESS (2X)

ZOOM MODE SWAP DAY/NIGHT

REC

HITACHI
CLU-5727TSI

PAGE 06-07

DP-37 REMOTE CONTROL CLU-5725TSI (P/N HL01825) DP-37C 57T500, 65T500 and DP-37D 57X500, 65X500
POWER

TV

VCR

CBL

STB

SOURCE WIZARD

CURSOR UP

DVD

CD

PVR

AMP

CURSOR DOWN
1 2 5 8 0
C.C.
AV NET

3 6 9
INFO

CURSOR LEFT

4 7

CURSOR RIGHT RED (7 X 5) GREEN (3 X 3) CROSSHATCH VIDEO CORRECTION BUTTONS

RASTER PHASE
SLEEP
ANT

BLUE (13X9) REMOVE COLOR

ASPECT V IRT

UAL H D

U MEN

EXIT

VOL

SELECT

CH

MUT E
VID 1

LAS

T CH
5

VID VID 2
VID 3

Must be in VCR Mode CALCULATE


INITIALIZE PIP MODE + SURF WRITE TO ROM PRESS (2X)

VID

PIP

SURF

FREEZE

PIP-MODE

PIP ACCESS SWAP DAY/NIGHT

CENTERING RASTER POSITION READ OLD ROM DATA PRESS (2X)

REC

HITACHI
CLU-5725TSI

PAGE 06-08

NOTE: Aspect may not be correct but dimensions are correct. DIGITAL CONVERGENCE OVERLAY DIMENSIONS 46W500 DP-33W Chassis OVERLAY DIMENSIONS NORMAL MODE

1018 18.2 81.8 27.5 37.0 74.0 74.0 74.0 74.0 74.0 74.0 37.0 27.5 V. SIZE Centering Offset R B 573 81.8 81.8 81.8 81.8 H. SIZE 81.8 81.8 81.8 81.8 81.8 18.2

PART NUMBER H312275

RED OFFSET = 20mm BLUE OFFSET = 35mm

VERTICAL SIZE = 505mm HORIZONTAL SIZE = 930mm

PAGE 06-09

NOTE: Aspect may not be correct but dimensions are correct. DIGITAL CONVERGENCE OVERLAY DIMENSIONS 51S500 DP-37 Chassis OVERLAY DIMENSIONS NORMAL MODE

1129 19.7 90.8 30.5 41.0 82.0 82.0 82.0 82.0 82.0 82.0 41.0 30.5 V. SIZE Centering Offset R B 635 90.8 90.8 90.8 90.8 H. SIZE 90.8 90.8 90.8 90.8 90.8 19.7

PART NUMBER H312272

RED OFFSET = 20mm BLUE OFFSET = 25mm

VERTICAL SIZE = 560mm HORIZONTAL SIZE = 1020mm

PAGE 06-10

NOTE: Aspect may not be correct but dimensions are correct. DIGITAL CONVERGENCE OVERLAY DIMENSIONS 57S500 DP-37 / 57T500 DP-37C / 57X500 DP-37D CHASSIS OVERLAY DIMENSIONS NORMAL MODE
1262 22.0 101.5 101.5 101.5 101.5 101.5 34.1 45.8 91.7 91.7 91.7 91.7 91.7 91.7 45.8 34.1 V. SIZE Centering Offset R B 710 H. SIZE 101.5 101.5 101.5 101.5 101.5 22.0

PART NUMBER H312273

RED OFFSET = 20mm BLUE OFFSET = 25mm

VERTICAL SIZE = 625mm HORIZONTAL SIZE = 1140mm

PAGE 06-11

NOTE: Aspect may not be correct but dimensions are correct. 65S500 DP-37 / 65T500 DP-37C / 65X500 DP-37D CHASSIS OVERLAY DIMENSIONS NORMAL MODE

1439 25.3 115.7 115.7 115.7 115.7 115.7 38.6 52.1 104.6 104.6 104.6 104.6 104.6 104.6 52.1 38.6 V. SIZE Centering Offset R B 809 H. SIZE 115.7 115.7 115.7 115.7 115.7 19.7

PART NUMBER H312274

RED OFFSET = 20mm BLUE OFFSET = 25mm

VERTICAL SIZE = 710mm HORIZONTAL SIZE = 1300mm

PAGE 06-12

ADJUSTMENT INFORMATION
DP-3X CHASSIS INFORMATION

SECTION 7

DP-3X BLANK PAGE NOTES

BLANK PAGE

DP-3X CHASSIS DCU CROSSHATCH PHASE ADJUSTMENT adjustment mode). Adjustment Preparation: Cut Off adjustment should 6) Adjust data value using be finished. the keys indicated in the Video Control: Brightness chart, until the data 90%, Contrast Max. matches the values indicated in the chart. Adjustment Procedure: NORMAL MODE Exiting Adjustment Mode: 1) Receive any NTSC signal. 7) Press PHOTO key on remote control. 2) Screen Format is Normal 8) Press PIP MODE key 3) Press the SERVICE ONLY switch on the DeTWICE to store the information. flection / Convergence 9) When Green dots are PWB to enter DCAM. displayed, press the 4) Press the PHOTO key on MUTE key twice to rethe Remote, Green Cross hatch appears. turn to DCAM grid. 5) Then press the EXIT key. (This is the Phase *DCA stands for (Digital Convergence Adjustment)

PHASE MODE ADJUST USING 4 and 6 keys on Remote 2 and 5 keys on Remote Cursor Left and Right on Remote Cursor Up and Down on Remote

Display Format NORMAL Address PH-H PH-V CR-H CR-V Data Value E2 07 35 14

PAGE 07-01

DP-3X VERTICAL SIZE ADJUSTMENT VERTICAL SIZE: 3) Select GREEN (A/CH) 1) Receive an NTSC signal. and press the MENU but2) With Power Off, press the ton to remove Red and Service Only switch on the Blue. Convergence PWB. While 4) Adjust using R607 holding the Service Only (Vertical Size Adj. VR) to match sizes in the Table Switch down, press the Power On button and ReBelow. lease. DCU Grid will appear without convergence correction. NOTE: After entering DCAM, with each press of the Service Only Switch, the picture will toggle between Video mode and DCU Grid. NOTE: Centering magnet may be moved to facilitate. Distance is important, not centering. NOTE: Do not use the Hash marks on the Overlay as they may be incorrect and/or the Vertical Size may change to improve performance.

VERTICAL SIZE

Top and Bottom Lines

DP37 Screen Size 46 inch 51 inch 57 inch 65 inch

DP37C/D/P

DP36

DP33W

L=
-560 mm 625 mm 710 mm

L=
--625 mm 710 mm

L=
-560 mm 625 mm 710 mm

L=
505 ---PAGE 07-02

DP-3X HORIZONTAL SIZE ADJUSTMENT NOTE: After entering HORIZONTAL SIZE: DCAM, with each press of (Display Mode NORMAL) Install the correct Overlay. the Service Only Switch, the Input an NTSC Signal. picture will toggle between Digital Convergence RAM Video mode and DCU Grid. Project only the Green should be cleared. With Power Off, press the Service raster by selecting Green Only switch on the Conver- Adjustment mode and pressing the MENU button on gence PWB. While holding the Service Only Switch remote. down, press the Power On button and Release. DCU ADJUSTMENT Grid will appear without 1. Adjust using R711 (Horz. Size Adj. VR) Adconvergence correction. just Horizontal Size until the size matches the chart below. 2) Press Power Off to exit DCAM. (Digital Convergence Adjustment Mode.) NOTE: Do not use the Hash marks on the Overlay as they may be incorrect and/or the Vertical Size may change to improve performance.

HORIZONTAL SIZE

Outside Left and Right hand lines

DP37 Screen Size 46 inch 51 inch 57 inch 65 inch

DP37C/D/P

DP36

DP33W

L=
-1020 mm 1140 mm 1300 mm

L=
--1140 mm 1300 mm

L=
-1005 mm 1120 mm 1280 mm

L=
930 ---PAGE 07-03

DP-3X CHASSIS RED AND BLUE RASTER OFFSET ADJUSTMENT


INFORMATION: Raster Offset is necessary to conserve Memory allocation. It is very important to remember that the Red is offset Left of Center and Blue is offset Right of center. Please use the following information to accurately offset Red and Blue from center. Also see Overlay Dimensions for further details. Preparation for adjustment: With Power Off, press the Service Only switch on the Convergence PWB. While holding the Service Only Switch down, press the Power On button and Release. DCU Grid will appear without convergence correction. NOTE: After entering DCAM, with each press of the Service Only Switch, the picture will toggle between Video mode and DCU Grid. Video Control should be set at Factory Preset condition. Static Focus adjustment should be finished. Adjustment Procedure 1. Turn the centering magnets of Red, Green and Blue and adjust so that the center point of the cross-hatch pattern satisfies the diagram and Offset Value Table below. (DCU data is cleared). Remember Green is Centered. Red is to the left of Green and Blue is to the right of Green as indicated below. All Vertical positions are geometric center of screen. Parameters are +/- 2mm. Offset Value Table

SCREEN SIZE 46 inch 51 inch 57 inch 65 inch Red Geometric Vertical Center Red Offset

Red Offset 20mm 20mm 20mm 20mm Blue

Blue Offset 35mm 25mm 25mm 25mm

Blue Offset Green

Geometric Horizontal

PAGE 07-04

DP-3X CHASSIS MAGIC FOCUS CHARACTER SET UP


NOTE: This instruction should be 4. applied when a new DCU is being replaced. Adjustment Preparation: 1. Receive NTSC RF or Video Signal. 2. With Power Off, Press and HOLD the SERVICE ONLY button on the Convergence/ Focus PWB, then press the Power On/Off and release. When picture appears, release Service Only switch. (DCU grid is displayed without convergence correction data. Adjustment Procedure: 1. Press the FREEZE key on R/ C. (One additional line appears near the top and bottom. 2. Press the SURF key, the ADJ. PARAMETER mode is displayed as following. Press the PIP MODE (MODE in DP-33W) key 2 times to write the changed data into EEPROM. First press, ADJ PARAMETER ROM WRITE ? Is displayed for alarm. 2nd press writes data into EEPROM. Green dots appear after completion of operation. 5. Press the MUTE button 3 times exit back to DCAM. 6. Press the Service Only Switch to exit from DCAM. 7. Power set off.
TABLE 1 Parameter ADJ. DISP DEMO WAIT INT. START V. SQUEEZE INT STEP 1 INT STEP 2 INT BAR INT DELAY MGF STEP 1 MGF STEP 2 MGF BAR MGF DELAY SEL. STAT. LINE WID ADD LINE SENSOR CK PORT 0 PORT 1 PORT 2 PORT 3 PORT 4 PORT 5 PORT 6 PORT 7 AD LEVEL CENT. BAL E. DISPLAY ADJ. TIMS ADJ. LEVEL ADJ. NOISE DP-37 Normal 0F 1F 13 10 02 06 2D 01 10 06 1B 01 00 7F 09 00 07 06 05 04 03 02 01 00 03 00 00 60 05 0A 01 00 00 00 60 00 03 00 20 0F 00 9E 96 FE FE 9F

ADJ.PARAMETER ADJ. DISP. : 0F DEMO.WAIT : 1F INT. START. : 13 V. SQUEEZE : 10

NOTE: Press the Cursor Left and Right Button to change the ADJ. DISP. data to match Table 1 on the right. DATA VALUES CONFIRMATION: 3. Use the Cursor Up and Down keys to scroll through the ADJ. PARAMETER table. Confirm Data values in accordance with TABLE 1 to the right. To make data value changes, Press the Cursor Left and Right keys.

OVER LF-H OVER LF-V OVER RI-H OVER RI-V PHASE MOT H. BLK RV H. BLK GV H. BLK BV H. BLK H PON DELAY IR-CODE INITIAL 50 MGF 50 CENTER 50 STAT 50 DYNA 50

PAGE 07-05

DP-3X CHASSIS MAGIC FOCUS PATTERN SET UP


2. Press the NOTE: This instruction should PHOTO key on DP-37 or be applied when a new DCU is AV Net key on DP-37C / D being replaced. DVD key on DP-33W This instruction shows how to set The PATTERN mode is disup the pattern position for Magic played as follows. Focus. Each model has a specific set up pattern position. 0 1 2 Adjustment Preparation: Receive NTSC RF or Video SigRH : 0A nal. RV : 03 7 3 With Power Off, Press and HOLD the SERVICE ONLY SWITCH the Deflection / Convergence PWB, then press the 6 5 4 Power On/Off at the same time, until picture appears, then release both. (Picture may be dis- 3. Use the 6 Key to rotate Arrow. Arrow rotates clockwise with played without convergence coreach press on the 6 Key. rection data. Press the Service Only button to bring up Internal 4. Use the following Keys to switch color of patterns. Crosshatch.) INFO : GREEN Adjustment Procedure: 0 : RED 1. Press the FREEZE key on R/C. (One additional line appears near ANT : BLUE the top and bottom. 5. Press the Thumb Stick Left and Right buttons to change the Pattern Position Data in horizontal Direction. Press the Thumb Stick Up and Down buttons to change the Pattern Position Data in Vertical Direction. 6. Set the Data Values as shown in the Table below. 7. Press the PIP MODE (MODE on DP-33W) key 2 times to write the changed data into EEPROM. First press, ADJ PARAMETER ? ROM WRITE ? Is displayed for alarm. 2nd press writes data into EEPROM. Green dots appear after completion of operation. 8. Press the MUTE button 3 times exit Pattern Mode. 9. Press the SERVICE ONLY SWITCH to exit DCAM. 10.Power set off.

NORMAL MODE: 46 INCH SETS 0 RH RV GH GV BH BV 00 02 00 06 04 08 1 02 00 00 01 FE FF 2 FC 07 FC 06 FE 03 3 FE 00 FE 00 00 00 4 FC F7 FE F9 00 FD 5 02 01 00 00 FE 01 6 00 FD 00 FA 02 F8 7 00 00 00 00 02 00 RH RV GH GV BH BV 0 08 04 08 03 08 05

NORMAL MODE: 65 INCH SETS 1 02 02 00 01 FE 01 2 F6 06 F8 04 F8 02 3 FE 00 00 00 FE 00 4 F6 FB F8 FC F8 FD 5 02 FF 00 FF FE FF 6 08 FE 08 FE 08 FC 7 00 00 00 00 00 00

NORMAL MODE: 51 and 57 INCH SETS 0 RH RV GH GV BH BV 0A 03 08 05 0A 07 1 02 01 00 01 FE 01 2 F6 07 F8 05 F8 02 3 FC 00 FE 00 FE 00 4 F6 F9 F8 FB F8 FD 5 02 00 00 FF FE FF 6 0A FD 08 FB 0A FA 7 02 00 02 00 04 00

PAGE 07-06

DP-3X CHASSIS READ FROM ROM NOTES BEFORE MAKING ANY DIGITAL CONVERGENCE ADJUSTMENTS Heat Run the set for at least 20 minutes. Do not run Magic Focus before the 20 minutes have passed. MAKE A DETERMINATION: 1) There are many situations where the digital convergence looks as thought it may need a convergence adjustment. 2) Be sure that it really does before beginning. 3) READ FROM OLD ROM DATA: 4) In any Hitachi Digital convergence set, the Old ROM data can be re-read to place the unit into the last saved condition. This could be beneficial before an attempt to make a rather lengthily adjustment. 5) Enter the DCAM. Press the Service Only switch on the Deflection PWB. 6) To Read the Old ROM Data, press the SWAP button twice. First press: (Read from ROM?) will appear on screen. Second press: Screen goes black, then reappears with green dots. Press the MUTE button to return to Digital convergence grid. EXAMPLE: Sometimes the Magic Focus will not run correctly and will return an error code. Sometimes after Magic Focus is run but the convergence appears off after completion. OTHER IMPORTANT INFO: Many times after a complete adjustment, when initializing the Magic Focus sensors, an error code will appear, overflow, Error 4, etc When this happens, most of the time it is because some critical adjustments were overlooked or skipped. The below adjustments are very critical to the complete alignment process and CAN NOT be overlooked. Vertical Size Adjustment Horizontal Size Adjustment Red and Blue Offset Adjustment DCU Character Adjustment and data confirmation check DCU Sensor Position Adjustment. All of the above adjustment can vary dependant upon the Chassis used. Be sure to check the Service Manual for specifics related to values.

In I2C Bus adjustment: H. POSI Adjustment

PAGE 07-07

DP-37 REMOTE CONTROL CLU-5728TSI (P/N HL01828) 51S500, 57S500, 65S500


POWER

TV

VCR

CBL

STB

SOURCE WIZARD

CURSOR UP

DVD

CD

TAPE

AMP

CURSOR DOWN
1 2 5 8 0
C.C.
PHOTO

3 6 9
INFO

CURSOR LEFT

4 7

CURSOR RIGHT RED (7 X 5) GREEN (3 X 3) CROSSHATCH VIDEO CORRECTION BUTTONS

RASTER PHASE
SLEEP
ANT

BLUE (13X9) REMOVE COLOR

ASPECT V IRT

UAL H D

U MEN

EXIT

VOL

SELECT

CH

MUT E
VID 1

LAS

T CH
5

VID VID 2
VID 3

Must be in VCR Mode


CALCULATE INITIALIZE PIP MODE + SURF WRITE TO ROM PRESS (2X)
PIP

VID

SURF

FREEZE

PIP-MODE

PIP ACCESS SWAP DAY/NIGHT

CENTERING RASTER POSITION READ OLD ROM DATA PRESS (2X)

REC

HITACHI
CLU-5728TSI

PAGE 07-08

DP-33W REMOTE CONTROL CLU-5727TSI (P/N HL01825) 46W500


POWER

TV

VCR

CBL

STB

SOURCE WIZARD

CURSOR UP

DVD

CD

PVR

AMP

CURSOR DOWN
1 2 5 8 0
DVD

3 6 9
INFO

CURSOR LEFT

4 7

CURSOR RIGHT RED (7 X 5) GREEN (3 X 3) CROSSHATCH VIDEO CORRECTION BUTTONS

RASTER PHASE

SLEEP 10+

BLUE (13X9) REMOVE COLOR

VIRTUAL HD ANT

ASPECT

C.C.

SUB

U MEN

EXIT

TITLE

VOL

SELECT

CH

MUT E
VID 1

LAS

T CH
5

VID VID 2
VID 3

Must be in VCR Mode


CALCULATE INITIALIZE PIP MODE + SURF WRITE TO ROM PRESS (2X)
PiP

VID

NAVI

DISC MENU SURF

ADVANCED FRZ

CENTERING RASTER POSITION READ OLD ROM DATA PRESS (2X)

ZOOM MODE SWAP DAY/NIGHT

REC

HITACHI
CLU-5727TSI

PAGE 07-09

DP-37 REMOTE CONTROL CLU-5725TSI (P/N HL01825) DP-37C 57T500, 65T500 and DP-37D 57X500, 65X500
POWER

TV

VCR

CBL

STB

SOURCE WIZARD

CURSOR UP

DVD

CD

PVR

AMP

CURSOR DOWN
1 2 5 8 0
C.C.
AV NET

3 6 9
INFO

CURSOR LEFT

4 7

CURSOR RIGHT RED (7 X 5) GREEN (3 X 3) CROSSHATCH VIDEO CORRECTION BUTTONS

RASTER PHASE
SLEEP
ANT

BLUE (13X9) REMOVE COLOR

ASPECT V IRT

UAL H D

U MEN

EXIT

VOL

SELECT

CH

MUT E
VID 1

LAS

T CH
5

VID VID 2
VID 3

Must be in VCR Mode CALCULATE


INITIALIZE PIP MODE + SURF WRITE TO ROM PRESS (2X)

VID

PIP

SURF

FREEZE

PIP-MODE

PIP ACCESS SWAP DAY/NIGHT

CENTERING RASTER POSITION READ OLD ROM DATA PRESS (2X)

REC

HITACHI
CLU-5725TSI

PAGE 07-10

CONVERGENCE USING OUTSIDE SIGNAL SOURCE


By superimposing the digital cross hatch on the main picture or the adjustment point on the main picture, adjustments can be made that are more specific to errors seen while observing the main picture instead of only the cross hatch pattern.
Marker (Adjustment Point)

Press the "Service Only" switch on the Deflection PWB to bring up the normal Convergence Cross Hatch pattern. (Figure 1).

Marker

Press the "Menu" button on the remote control. Only display color selected for adjustment. (Note Green always appears), in this case, Red is selected, so Red and Green (yellow) lines appears. (Figure 2).

Marker

Press the "Menu" button again and the Crosshatch appears on the main picture. (Figure 3).

Marker

Press the "Menu" button again, Marker plus Box marker appears on the main picture. (Figure 4).

Only Box Marker

Press the "Menu" button again, only Box marker appears on the main picture. (Figure 5).

By pressing the "Menu" button, this cycle will repeat.

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MAGIC FOCUS ERROR CODES FOR THE DP-3X CHASSIS


CONVERGENCE ERRORS: If an error message or code appears while performing MAGIC FOCUS or initialize (PIP MODE and SURF in Digital Convergence Adjustment Mode, follow this confirmation and repair method. 1) Turn on Power and receive any signal. 2) Press the Service Only Switch on the Deflection / Convergence Output PWB. 3) Press SWAP and then the SURF buttons on the remote control. 4) Error code will be displayed in bottom right corner of screen. 5) If there is no error, and INITIAL OK will appear on screen. ERROR!! X 6) Follow repair table for errors. ERROR!!.
Application Error Code Error Display Code Countermeasure Initialize Magic Focus

Error Code

CONNECT 1! No. 1 3

Error Message

Sensor Position

1 2 *2

VF Error Connect 1

Replace DCU 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Darken Outside Light Placing of Sensor Is pattern hitting sensor? Check connection and solder bridge of sensor Replace Sensor. Replace Sensor PWB. Sensor Connector check. Replace DCU. Adjustment check (H/V size, centering).

SENSOR POSITION 0 7 1 2 3 5 4

3*2 4

A/D Level Over Flow

Same as Error Code 2 1. 2. 3. Check the placement Adjustment check (H/V size, centering). Conv. Amp. Gain check*1 (check resistor values only)

X X X X X X

X X X X X X X

5 7 9 10

Convergence Operation Connect 2 Noise

Same as Error Code 4 Same as Error Code 4 Same as Error Code 2 Input strong field. Strong signal. Check the wiring of connector between sensor and DCU Input strong field. Strong signal. Check the wiring of connector between sensor and DCU

11

Sync

*1 = RK 42, 46, 50, 54, 58, 62 check these resistors. *2 = Sensor Position

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DP-3X MAGNETS Adjustment Points

FRONT

RED CRT

GREEN CRT

BLUE CRT

7 1 4 5 6

8 2 4

9 3 4 5

(1) Centering magnet RED (2) Centering magnet GREEN (3) Centering magnet BLUE (4) Beam Form Magnets (5) Beam Alignment magnets (6) Focus Block Assembly Red, Green & Blue Focus Controls Also: Screen Controls for Red, Green & Blue (7) RED Yoke (8) GREEN Yoke (9) BLUE Yoke

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DP-3X BLANK PAGE NOTES

BLANK PAGE

MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION
DP-3X CHASSIS INFORMATION

SECTION 8

DP-3X BLANK PAGE NOTES

BLANK PAGE

DP-3X CHASSIS SIGNAL PWB

PJIG

PRST

PFS

PFSH1

PFSH2

PAS1

PBS

PSC

EH7P Sub Tuner

PH2P

EH13P

PH10P

EH2P

EH10P

VH12P

PH12P

I001

I501

U302

TERMINAL PWB FLEX CONTROL Main Tuner (PIP) U401

DVI PWB
U301

DIGITAL MODULE (DP-36/38/38D)

REAR VIEW

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DP-3X CHASSIS DEFLECTION PWB


V Size Adj H Size Adj CONVERGENCE SERVICE SWITCH SK01 1 R711 R607 QK01 1 1 1 PPD3 7 1 PPD6 10 QF01 PDF1 PADJ IK01 6

1 PPD1 7 1 PPD2 I601 12

11

DIGITAL CONVERGENCE UNIT 6 UKDG


MB MG MR

PDS1

T701

PCR RED

D708

Q777 IK04
T702

RH17 HV ADJ DO NOT ADJ.

PCG GREEN TH01 FLYBACK IK05 IH01


M62501P

CH16

QH01

PCB BLUE

PAGE 08-02

DP-3X CHASSIS POWER SUPPLY PWB


PPD1 PPS1

1
PPS3

IAA1

12

D955 SW+5.5V (Green)

D956 Audio (Green) D932 +B (Green)

PPS4

PPS5

E902 10V I902 ACK

E904 +28V E905 -28V

U901 Stand-by Module PPC2 PPS6

T901 Switching Transformer

E903 +220V

I901 1 DVD Model Only PPV


1 3

I903 FB 5 + D912 Main POWER Red LED D901

PPQ Digital Module Model Only F901 FUSE


2

F903 FUSE

BACK COVER SIDE S901

PA
1

Main Power Relay

PAGE 08-03

= GREEN or RED LED

E905 B+ Reg

PPC1

D913 Sby +5V (Green)

E907 B+

E901 Audio

PPD5

PPD4

D954 +/- 28V (Green)

PPD3

EAG1 Audio Gnd

PSP

PPD2

DP-3X CHASSIS CRT PWB

P802 (Cathode) RED


1

GND
3

FOCUS PACK (UFPK)

P852 (Cathode) GREEN P851


1

FOCUS ADJ. VR B G R G R PAGE 08-04

E801

E851

GND
3

P8A2 (Cathode) BLUE P8A1


1

E8A1

GND
3

SCREEN ADJ. VR

P801

FOCUS PACK

EF1
S V L R MAGIC FOCUS

VOL- VOL+ CH- CH+ INPUT/ MENU EXIT SELECT

IR RECEIVER

PF1 PFT
IR RECEIVER FOR REMOTE

POWER LED (Blue) Except DP-33W

DP-3X CHASSIS FRONT CONTROL PWB

PFS

IR RECEIVER FOR AV NET

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DP-36 REAR PANEL (S700 Models)


1
ANT A
DVI-HDTV Pr INPUT 1 Pb Y

10

12

ANT C (ATSC IN)

To Converter

(MONO/L) AUDIO

IEEE 1394

Pr

Pb

Y/VIDEO

ANT B

INPUT 2 R (MONO/L) AUDIO R INPUT 3 (MONO/L) VIDEO S-VIDEO

Multi Media Card

OPTICAL OUT Digital Audio

AUDIO TO HI-FI CENTER IN


INPUT 4

(MONO/L) VIDEO

S-VIDEO

VIDEO

S-VIDEO

L R

MONITOR OUT

AUDIO

11

13

(1) ANTENNA INPUT / OUTPUT: A both Main and Sub Picture. B only Sub Picture. Out to Converter loops Antenna A out while set is in Antenna B mode. (2) AUDIO / VIDEO INPUTS: 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5. S-Video for inputs 3, 4 and 5 only. (3) MONITOR OUT: Video and Fixed Audio outputs. S-Out only available with S-Inputs. (4) OUT TO HI-FI: Variable Audio outputs. (5) CENTER IN: When the TV is set to TV as Center, it receives it's input from this source. (6) S-VIDEO INPUTS 3 and 4: (7) Y Pr/Pb: For inputs 1 and 2. Input 2 will also accept composite video on the Y input without a Pr plug. Also accepts Y Cr/Cv NTSC 480i. (8) DVI-HDTV IN: Accepts Digital Video interface connections for 1080i, 720P, 480P and 480i. (10) ANTENNA C is only for ATSC and HD/SD Cable QUAM. Note: When watching this input, monitor outputs will be available with NTSC information only. (11) OPTICAL OUT: Used to connect to equipment with optical audio inputs. (12) IEEE1394 FIREWIRE: This provides a digital interface using a single cable. Also allows control of equipment. (13) MULTI MEDIA CARD: This allows upgrades to the digital module via a multi media card.

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DP-37 REAR PANEL (S500 Models)


1
ANT A
DVI-HDTV Pr INPUT 1 Pb Y

To Converter

(MONO/L) AUDIO

Pr

Pb

Y/VIDEO

ANT B

INPUT 2 R (MONO/L) AUDIO R INPUT 3 (MONO/L) VIDEO S-VIDEO

AUDIO TO HI-FI CENTER IN


INPUT 4

(MONO/L) VIDEO

S-VIDEO

VIDEO

S-VIDEO

L R

MONITOR OUT

AUDIO

(1) ANTENNA INPUT / OUTPUT: A both Main and Sub Picture. B only Sub Picture. Out to Converter loops Antenna A out while set is in Antenna B mode. (2) AUDIO / VIDEO INPUTS: 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5. S-Video for inputs 3, 4 and 5 only. (3) MONITOR OUT: Video and Fixed Audio outputs. S-Out only available with S-Inputs. (4) OUT TO HI-FI: Variable Audio outputs. (5) CENTER IN: When the TV is set to TV as Center, it receives it's input from this source. (6) S-VIDEO INPUTS 3 and 4: (7) Y Pr/Pb: For inputs 1 and 2. Input 2 will also accept composite video on the Y input without a Pr plug. Also accepts Y Cr/Cb NTSC 480i. (8) DVI-HDTV IN: Accepts Digital Video interface connections for 1080i, 720P, 480P and 480i.

PAGE 08-07

DP-37C REAR PANEL (T500 / V500 Models)


1
ANT A
DVI-HDTV Pr INPUT 1 Pb Y

To Converter

(MONO/L) AUDIO

Pr

Pb

Y/VIDEO

ANT B

INPUT 2 R (MONO/L) AUDIO R INPUT 3 (MONO/L) VIDEO S-VIDEO

AUDIO TO HI-FI CENTER IN IR Blaster L R


INPUT 4

(MONO/L) VIDEO

S-VIDEO

R MONITOR OUT AUDIO

VIDEO

S-VIDEO

(1) ANTENNA INPUT / OUTPUT: A both Main and Sub Picture. B only Sub Picture. Out to Converter loops Antenna A out while set is in Antenna B mode. (2) AUDIO / VIDEO INPUTS: 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5. S-Video for inputs 3, 4 and 5 only. (3) MONITOR OUT: Video and Fixed Audio outputs. S-Out only available with S-Inputs. (4) OUT TO HI-FI: Variable Audio outputs. (5) CENTER IN: When the TV is set to TV as Center, it receives it's input from this source. (6) S-VIDEO INPUTS 3 and 4: (7) Y Pr/Pb: For inputs 1 and 2. Input 2 will also accept composite video on the Y input without a Pr plug. Also accepts Y Cr/Cb NTSC 480i. (8) DVI-HDTV IN: Accepts Digital Video interface connections for 1080i, 720P, 480P and 480i. (9) IR BLASTER: These outputs allow control of external equipment via IR when using the AV Net feature.

PAGE 08-08

DP-37D REAR PANEL (X500 Models)


1
ANT A
DVI-HDTV Y DVI-HDTV

Pr INPUT 1

Pb

To Converter

(MONO/L) AUDIO

Pr

Pb

Y/VIDEO

ANT B

INPUT 2 R (MONO/L) AUDIO R INPUT 3 (MONO/L) VIDEO S-VIDEO

AUDIO TO HI-FI CENTER IN IR Blaster L R


INPUT 4

(MONO/L) VIDEO

S-VIDEO

R MONITOR OUT AUDIO

VIDEO

S-VIDEO

(1) ANTENNA INPUT / OUTPUT: A both Main and Sub Picture. B only Sub Picture. Out to Converter loops Antenna A out while set is in Antenna B mode. (2) AUDIO / VIDEO INPUTS: 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5. S-Video for inputs 3, 4 and 5 only. (3) MONITOR OUT: Video and Fixed Audio outputs. S-Out only available with S-Inputs. (4) OUT TO HI-FI: Variable Audio outputs. (5) CENTER IN: When the TV is set to TV as Center, it receives it's input from this source. (6) S-VIDEO INPUTS 3 and 4: (7) Y Pr/Pb: For inputs 1 and 2. Input 2 will also accept composite video on the Y input without a Pr plug. Also accepts Y Cr/Cb NTSC 480i. (8) DVI-HDTV IN: Accepts Digital Video interface connections for 1080i, 720P, 480P and 480i. This set has two DVI-Inputs, DVI 1 and DVI 2. (9) IR BLASTER: These outputs allow control of external equipment via IR when using the AV Net feature.

PAGE 08-09

DP-33W REAR PANEL (W500 Models)


1
ANT A
DVI-HDTV Pr INPUT 1 Pb Y

To Converter

(MONO/L) AUDIO

Pr

Pb

Y/VIDEO

ANT B

INPUT 2 R (MONO/L) AUDIO R INPUT 3 (MONO/L) VIDEO S-VIDEO

AUDIO TO HI-FI
INPUT 4

(MONO/L) VIDEO

S-VIDEO

OPTICAL OUT Digital Audio

VIDEO

S-VIDEO

L R

MONITOR OUT

AUDIO

11

(1) ANTENNA INPUT / OUTPUT: A both Main and Sub Picture. B only Sub Picture. Out to Converter loops Antenna A out while set is in Antenna B mode. (2) AUDIO / VIDEO INPUTS: 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5. S-Video for inputs 3, 4 and 5 only. (3) MONITOR OUT: Video and Fixed Audio outputs. S-Out only available with S-Inputs. (4) OUT TO HI-FI: Variable Audio outputs. (6) S-VIDEO INPUTS 3 and 4: (7) Y Pr/Pb: For inputs 1 and 2. Input 2 will also accept composite video on the Y input without a Pr plug. Also accepts Y Cr/Cb NTSC 480i. (8) DVI-HDTV IN: Accepts Digital Video interface connections for 1080i, 720P, 480P and 480i. (11) OPTICAL OUT: Used to connect to equipment with optical audio inputs. This is DVD Digital Audio.

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DP-33W 46W500 DVD PLAYER TROUBLESHOOTING


DP-3X CHASSIS INFORMATION

SECTION 9

DP-3X BLANK PAGE NOTES

BLANK PAGE

(5) No DVD Picture

DP-33W All checks on the DVD Power Supply PWB

START

NG Ensure that connectors PVS1, PVS2 and PVT are OK. Connect them Properly

OK OK Ensure that Y Pb/Pr at pin 3, 5, 7 of PVT are OK Terminal PWB Defect

NG

No 5V check DU13, LU01, LU95, IU95


Ensure that Y Pb/Pr at pin 10, 12, 14 of IU01 are OK OK Check pin 1 and 28 for 5V 5V OK, IU01 Defect

NG OK CU01, CU02, CU03 Defect

Ensure that pins 12, 14 and 16 of PAA2 are OK.

NG

Ensure that EAA1 and EAA2 are connected.

OK

NG

OK Ensure EAA1 goes to PAA1 Ensure EAA2 goes to PAA2

Connect them Properly

NG Connect them Properly

DVD Loader Defect

(6) No DVD Analog Audio

DP-33W

Page 09-01

(6) No DVD Analog Audio


START

DP-33W All checks on the DVD Power Supply PWB


NG

Ensure that connectors PVS1, PVS2 and PVT are OK.

Connect them Properly

OK Ensure that L and R at pin 9, 11 of PVT are OK OK

Terminal PWB Defect

NG OK Ensure that L and R at the base of QU05 and QU06 are OK QU05 and QU06 Defect

NG Ensure that there is more than 2.7V at the base of QU01 and QU02 OK

DVD Loader Defect

NG Ensure that L and R at pin 2 and 6 of IU03 are OK

OK IU03 Defect

NG Ensure that L and R at pin 4 and 6 of PAA2 are OK NG

OK Components of L or R rails are missing.

OK Ensure that EAA1 and EAA2 are connected. Ensure EAA1 goes to PAA1 Ensure EAA2 goes to PAA2 DVD Loader Defect

OK

NG

Connect them Properly

NG Connect them Properly

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(7) No DVD Digital Audio

DP-33W

START

All checks on the DVD Power Supply PWB

Ensure that connectors PVS1, PVS2 and PVT are OK.

OK

Connect them Properly

NG OK Ensure that SPDIF at pin 3 of PVS2 is OK Signal PWB Defect

NG Ensure that SPDIF at pin 1 of LU06 is OK OK

LU06 Defect

NG Ensure that SPDIF at base of of QU07 is OK

OK QU07 Defect

NG Ensure that SPDIF at pin 1 of PAA2 is OK NG

OK RU13 is missing.

OK Ensure that EAA2 is connected. OK NG Ensure EAA2 goes to PAA2

Connect it Properly

NG Connect it Properly

DVD Loader Defect

Page 09-03

(8) DVD PWB Ass'y Operation Check a)DVD Power Supply Check
START

DP-33W

Apply 120V AC to PPV connector

Apply +5V at pin 2 of PVS1 connector. Connect 2.2K ohm resistor between pin 2 and 3.

This simulates Power On

Is there 1.5V, 3.3V, 5V and 9V at PAA1, PAA2 and PVS2 connectors?

No

IU96 / IU95 / IU94 / EU91 or other power circuits defective

1.5V PAA1 Pins 1, 2 3 3.3V PAA1 Pins 4, 5, 17

Yes

5V PAA1 Pins 13 9V PAA1 Pins 14, 15

5V PAA2 Pin 2 5V PVS2 Pin 1

Connect 1K ohm between QU93 base and GND.

This simulates a Shut Down Event Relay SU91 should turn off.

No Protection circuit defect. QU93, QU91, QU92

Is the 1.5V, 3.3V, 5V and 9V shut down?

Yes

Remove 1K ohm between QU93 base and GND.

(8) DVD PWB Ass'y Operation Check b)DVD Control Check

Page 09-04

(8) DVD PWB Ass'y Operation Check b)DVD Control Check


1
16 = Enable 18 = Data 19 = PWRCON 21 = Clock

DP-33W

Apply 3.3Vp/p 500Hz square wave to pn 16, 18, 19 and 21 of PPA1 connector.

Is there 3.3V p/p +/-20% 500Hz square wave at pins 6, 7, 9 and 10 of PVS1 connector? Yes

No

IU02 defective Level Shifter

Apply 3.3Vp/p 500Hz square wave to pin 4 of PVS1 connector. Yes

Is there 3.3V p/p +/-20% 500Hz square wave at pin 22 of PAA1 connector?

No

IU02 defective Level Shifter

Apply 3.3V, 0V and open to pin 17 of PAA2 connector sequentially with 1s interval. Yes

Open = No Connection Pin 17 = Aspect

Does the voltage vary 3.3V, 0V and 1.7V with 20% tolerance sequentially at pin 1 of PVS1 connector?

No

Aspect circuit path defect DU07, RU14, RU15, RU16, DU19

Apply 3.3Vp/p 500Hz square wave to pin 1 of PAA2 connector. Yes

Pin 1 = SPDIF

Is there 3.3V p/p +/-20% 500Hz square wave at pin 3 of PVS2 connector?

No

SPDIF circuit path defect DU11, DU12, RU13, CU43, QU07, RU76, DU17, DU18, RJ19, LU06

(8) DVD PWB Ass'y Operation Check c)DVD Audio/Video Check

Page 09-05

(8) DVD PWB Ass'y Operation Check c)DVD Audio/Video Check


2

DP-33W

Apply 480I Y/Pr/Pb 100% Color Bar signal to pin 12, 14 and 16 of PAA2 connector. Y should be 1V p/p at pin 12. Pr/Pb should be 700mV p/p at pins 14 and 16.

No Is there 2V p/p +/-20% Y signal at pin 3 of PVT connector (without Termination)? IU01 defective

Yes No IU01 defective

Is there 1.4V p/p +/-20% Pr/Pb signal at pin 5 and 7 of PVT connector (without Termination)?

Yes

Apply 3.3V to pn 3, 5 and 7 of PPA2 connector.

Apply 1Vrms 1Khz audio signal to pins 6 and 4 of PPA2 connector.

No Is there 1.5Vrms +/- 20% 1Khz audio signal at pins 9 and 11 of PVT connector? IU03 defective

Yes

End

Page 09-06

DP-33W DVD INTERFACE BLOCK DIAGRAM


Play, FF REW, Stop Eject, Pause Play, FF REW, Stop Eject, Pause IR

DVD PLAYER FRONT CONTROL

FRONT CONTROL PWB

I001 Micro

AC IU02 DVD PLAYER IU01


Video

DVD Power Control, Clock, Data, Enable, DVD IR. CRT

SIGNAL PWB
Y Pr/Pb Video S

TERMINAL PWB IV01 IY04

Y Pr/Pb

I501
Y Pr/Pb Rainforest

R CRT G CRT

Y Pr/Pb

FLEX Video CONV.

Power/Def PWB
L/R

B L Spk

L/R

Audio

IU03

IA01
Audio Audio

IAA1
Audio Out

Audio

R Spk

DVD PLAYER POWER SUPPLY PWB PAGE 09-07

DP-33W Chassis Only DVD Video Signal Path


Cabinet Space
PAA2 RAINFOREST IC I501 RGB Processor
1080I Flex Bypass To CPT PWBs R Out

IU01
DVD YH DVD Pb DVD Pr

PSC
Q537~40

PVT 20 18 16 3 5 7

12
Q541~44

5 7
Q545~48

DVD PLAYER 14
16

12

14 12 10

Q507 60 Q506 Q505 61 63

G Out
Pr 2 In

13 14

B Out
Pb 2 In Y 2 In

DVD POWER PWB


IV03 Selector Y/Pb/Pr PAT
Y Pb Pr

Pr1In Pb1In Y1In

66 67 68

53 55 57

DVD YH DVD Pb DVD Pr

3 5 7

PFC1 U401 5 Pr FC4 Q402 UNIT 4 Pb Q401 3 Y PFC2 MAIN PST2


Pb Out Pr Out

Q403

Q510 Q509 Q508

NTSC Y In S-In Y In

4 19

IY04 MAIN
Video/Chroma Y Pr/Pb Switch

Main Pr-Out 2 Main Pb-Out 2 Main Y-Out 2

40 42 44

QV35 QV34 QV33

20 18 16

28 Cr/Pr R In 29 Cb/Pb B In 30 D-Sync 1/Y3/ G In 6 D-Sync 2 In


Main Cr/Pr Out 22

QY24 QY23 QY22

37 38 40

Y Out

Main Cb/Pb Out 23 Main Y Out 24

PAGE 09-08

FLEX CONVERTER SIGNAL PWB

TERMINAL PWB

DP-33W Chassis Microprocessor Data Communications


PST2 SDA3 40 SCL3 39 PFS DVD Key In 90 AD Key In 94 IR In 80 Power Key In 79 11 3 Function Keys 8 IR Receiver 4 Power Button PFA1 PFV1 1 1 Function
Keys DVD Control PWB SDA1

17 16 13

SDA3 SCL3 SDA1

47 46

IY01 3D-Y/C

Terminal PWB

SCL1

34 SDA1 IV01 A/V Select SCL1 12 33 SCL1

Main/PinP IV11 DAC 14 15 IV03


Y Pr/Pb SELECTOR

IY04 Main
Video/Chroma Y Pr/Pb SW

IY03 Sub
Video/Chroma Y Pr/Pb SW

Ft. Control PWB DVD Control PWB SDA2 I501 28

26

27

13

14

13

14

IOO1 Micro

Rainforest Sweep Cont.

15 14

SDA2 SCL2

30 14 13

SCL2

IA01
Audio Control

SDA1 30 SCL1 29 SDA2 31 SCL2 28


DVD Pow Cont DVD Enable In

SDA1 SCL1 SDA2 SCL2

5 SDA1 IOO3 6 SCL1 EEPROM 5 PAA1 19 16 18 21 22 PAA2 17 4 DVD PLAYER


Pow Cont Enable Data Clock Remote

SIGNAL PWB

SDA2 SCL2

U301
Tuner Main

69

PAS1 PVS1 DVD POWER PWB 10 9 12 8 7 6 9 4 1 7 6 5 11 1 18 16 14 11

4 5

SCL2 SDA2

U302
Tuner PinP

67 DVD Data In 66
DVD Clock DVD IR Out DVD Aspect

IU02
Level Shift

2 4 6 8

65 55 89

MODE Stand By Timer TV On


U401 FC04
FLEX & PinP

Power _1 Lo Lo Hi

Power _2 Lo Hi Hi

Aspect

PAGE 09-09

FCData Data / Key Out 2 FCEnable Clock / Key Out 1

51 52 54 53

15 4 6 2

PFC1 11 FCData 12 FC Enable 10 FC Clock

I010
Level Shift

16 14 18

When the Timer is set for an unattended Recording, the Set turns on the Tuner and allows the "Video Out (Monitor out) to become active so that a recording can be made without turning on the entire set.

DP-33W Chassis Only DVD Audio Signal Path

Cabinet Space PAA2 DVD PLAYER 4 6 2 6 IU03 DVD R DVD L 1 QU05 7 9 QU06 PVT 11 DVD R DVD L

DVD POWER PWB V5 Left Right Front Control 11 10 Hi DVD Lo V5


X Y

PFT1 4 5

IV08 12 XO 2
YO X1 13 Y1

PAT DVD L DVD R 9 11

L 14 15 R 23 25 17 IV01 A/V Selector See Page 04-02 for continuation

PAGE 09-10

DP-33W DVD PLAYER TROUBLESHOOTING and REMOVAL PROCEDURE The picture below shows the 46W500 with the front speaker grill removed. The Speaker grill simply pulls off in the forward direction. The DVD player is located on the front right hand side, just below the screen. If the Open/ Close button is pressed with the set turned off, the set will turn on and enter the DVD player screen. If the set is on and the Open/Close button is pressed, the set will enter the DVD player screen.

The picture below shows a close up view of the DVD player and the escushions surrounding the player that must be removed to gain access to the DVD player.

PAGE 09-11

DP-33W DVD PLAYER TROUBLESHOOTING and REMOVAL PROCEDURE The picture below shows the DVD player Front Controls dropped down. This allows access to to the top Left hand screw to remove the DVD player.

The picture below shows a close up view of the DVD player and the escushions surrounding the player that must be removed to gain access to the DVD player.

PAGE 09-12

DP-33W DVD PLAYER TROUBLESHOOTING and REMOVAL PROCEDURE The picture below shows the screws to remove after the front escushion has been removed to remove the DVD player.

The picture below shows the DVD player dropped down with it's connectors identified. Use the Flow Charts to identify locations for testing.

PAGE 09-13

DP-33W DVD PLAYER TROUBLESHOOTING and REMOVAL PROCEDURE The picture below shows the DVD player removed and separated from the PTV.

The picture below shows the DVD player removed and viewed from the top. Note the Screws to remove the Top cover and to separated the DVD player from the Power Supply PWB below.

PAGE 09-14

DP-33W DVD PLAYER TROUBLESHOOTING and REMOVAL PROCEDURE The picture below shows the DVD player removed and viewed from the top. Note the Screws to remove the Top cover and to separated the DVD player from the Power Supply PWB below.

The picture below shows the top cover removed. It reveals the DVD player ribbon cables. These cables must be removed to separated the DVD player from the Power supply PWB. Note the Black Arrow. This Ribbon cable does not need to be removed. It is from the Optic assembly.

PAGE 09-15

DP-33W DVD PLAYER TROUBLESHOOTING and REMOVAL PROCEDURE The picture below shows the screws to remove to separated the DVD Player from the Power Supply PWB below. NOTE: The three screws holding the DVD Player to the metal frame have nuts on the bottom. Do not remove these screws.

The picture below shows the screws to remove to separated the DVD Player from the Power Supply PWB below. NOTE: This picture is showing the screws on the bottom side of the DVD Player.

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DP-33W DVD PLAYER TROUBLESHOOTING and REMOVAL PROCEDURE The picture below shows the DVD Player separated from the Power Supply PWB.

The picture below shows the DVD Player Power Supply PWB. This also identifies key components on the Power Supply PWB.

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DP-33W DVD PLAYER TROUBLESHOOTING and REMOVAL PROCEDURE The picture below shows the DVD Player Power Supply PWB separated from the DVD Player. This allows access to the connectors and for Troubleshooting the Power Supply. Return to the DVD player Troubleshooting Index to see Flow Charts. This picture shows how to check for AC applied to the Power Supply PWB. Other checks can be made this way and access to the check points are made much easier with the Power Supply separated from the DVD player.

By plugging in the PPV connector AC is applied and the on board power supply can operate. The PVS1 must also be connected so that STBY +5V (from the PTV) can be applied to pin 2. Or an external +5V can be used. Note: Pins 5 and 8 of PVS1 is used as ground. To turn on the Power Supply, apply a 2.2 K ohm resistor between pin 2 (+5V) and pin 3 (Power On 3). This simulates a Power On command from the PTV microprocessor. This will activate the relay driver (QU94) to turn on the DVD power supply. At this point, check the following voltages. DVD +9V: PAA1 connector pin 14 and 15. This checks IU96. DVD +5V: PAA1 connector pin 13. This checks IU95. DVD +1.5V: PAA1 connector pin 1, 2 and 3. This checks IU94. DVD +3.3V: PAA1 connector pin 4 and 5. This checks EU91 protector. (See Flow Chart on page 09-04 for further details). Click to view page. Also see Flow Chart on page 09-01 for no DVD Picture check. Also see Flow Chart on page 09-02 for no DVD Analog Audio check. Also see Flow Chart on page 09-03 for no DVD Digital Audio check. Also see Flow Chart on page 09-05 for DVD Control Signal check. Also see Flow Chart on page 09-06 for DVD Audio/Video check.

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SECTION (10) THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW:


01 Noise, Interference, Lines in the Picture, usually at turn on ------------------------------- 10-01 02 ATSC Reception Problems ----------------------------------------------------------------------- 10-01 03 Lead Free Solder beginning in 2004 ------------------------------------------------------------ 10-02 04 Fan Part # GS00822: In Digital Module ------------------------------------------------------- 10-03 05 Did you know there is a Screen Saver in sets with a Photo Card Reader? ----------------- 10-03 06 CRT Part Number Change on the 51S700 ---------------------------------------------------- 10-03 07 How to do a Soft Ware Upgrade on the ATSC Digital Module. ---------------------------- 10-03 08 What to do if the DVD Door Hangs on the DP-33W 46W500 ------------------------------- 10-06 09 How to Troubleshoot Digital Convergence Problems. --------------------------------------- 10-07 10 CRT- I need to Change All Three CRTs, what to do. ---------------------------------------- 10-10 11 What Equipment Can I Use to Generate an HD signal? ------------------------------------ 10-11 12 Does the Fan in the Digital Module Run all the time? --------------------------------------- 10-11 13 The DCU appears dead, no convergence correction? ---------------------------------------- 10-12 14 Picture Dark, Abnormal, Changing Color Temperature. --------------------------------- 10-12 15 The Model and Serial Number is on the Front Right Hand Side. ------------------------- 10-13 16 DVI Input from Cable Box Causes Error Message On Screen -------------------------- 10-13 17 Sony Memory Stick Pro is Not Compatible Photo Memory. -------------------------------- 10-14 18 Pop Heard on DP-36 when turning set on in Antenna C. -------------------------------------- 10-15 19 Using Cut Off to check for a Bad CRT --------------------------------------------------------- 10-17 20 Some VGA to Component adaptors cause sync problems----------------------------------- 10-17 21 Horizontal Lines at the Corners ----------------------------------------------------------------- 10-18 22 About Your TV Info. Missing on Menu -------------------------------------------------------- 10-19 23 Color Flashes, Loss of Sync XY06 -------------------------------------------------------------- 10-26 24 Power Light Stays On, Magic Focus may Start when set Powered Off -------------------- 10-26 25 Magic Focus Runs when the Power is Turned Off -------------------------------------------- 10-26

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(01) Noise, Interference, Lines in the Picture, usually at turn on. When the set is first turned on, there may be lines in the picture. These line will be very small and faint. Looks like interference. Usually you can hear a faint sizzle if the room is quite. Remove the Anode leads from there wire ties. Then, take hold of the anode leads approximately 8 inches away from the CRT and slightly wiggle the cable while applying very slight pull and push pressure. If the problem quits, this is the CRT anode cup that will have the problem. The fix is to remove the anode lead, clean the entire area of it's silicone. And replace the silicone and Anode lead. Use the following kit which includes a tube of silicone and anode lead. Part Number: H890411 (02) ATSC Reception problems: Important information to gather when encountering a customer with ATSC reception problems. Please gather all information listed below before calling for Technical Assistance. (See below for contact information). 1. Make sure we are dealing with Ant C only, please. 2. Model and serial number...By the way, we are placing ALL model and serial numbers on the right hand side of the units. 3. Did the customer run auto programming? Please run auto programming again just in case. 4. Signal strength on this channel? Available through customer menu. 5. What kind of antenna are they using? Rabbit Ears? Roof antenna? Are they using antenna rotor? Cable? 6. What is the Software version? This is available through the customer menu. 7. What channel is having the problem? Digital channels are a main channel and a sub channel, always displayed as : 25-1 or 25-2 and 25-3, 25-4, etc,. Please ask for all sub channels available, sometimes there are more than one or two. 8. Do they know it's respective channel on analog format (NTSC)? Is the analog channel coming in ok? Just to give you an example: San Diego channel 8 NTSC is equal to channel 25-1 ATSC, when you do auto programming, you will see 8-1 on TV OSD, but you can also enter: 25-1 and you will also get to the same 8-1 digital channel. We all must be very familiar with this fact in order to see if we can select the channel directly, without the need to do auto programming. See www.trasmitter.com for state by state listing of analog/digital equivalency table, their location and their power. 9. What is the stream reception format? You will see: 480i, 480p, 720p or 1080i on the upper section of the OSD when receiving. 10. What is the Channel content? Is this ABC, CBS, PBS? And station identification is needed, like WYCN TV Channel 5 or whatever. 11. Try to contacted the Local Station? Explain the problem to the engineer. They may be able to investigate and make some corrections. If you did speak to someone at the station, whom did you talk to? Name and phone number or e-mail address? 12. Local stations are starting to provide a feedback for their customers mostly through a web page....They always want to know if customer are receiving the Digital Channels and are always looking forward to get feedback. 13. Try PIP and make sure the PIP channel is also the same channel as the one they are trying to receive with Ant C. 14. Describe problem and if possible, send a picture/drawing or a video. 15. Is sound OK? 16. Customer name and phone numbers, please. Once this information is gathered, please contact Hitachi Technical support (see below) and provide all information gathered. Phone: 800-393-2369 (Authorized Servicers only) Phone: 619-591-5352 (Non-Authorized Servicers only) FAX: 619-482-8045 EMAIL: techsupport@hhea.hitachi.com
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(03) Lead Free Solder beginning in 2004. 2004 product will use lead free solder (unleaded) to help preserve the environment. Please read these instructions before attempting any soldering work. Caution: Always wear safety glasses to prevent fumes or molten solder from getting into the eyes. Lead free solder can splatter at high temperatures (140 degrees F) . Lead free solder indicator Printed circuit boards using lead free solder are engraved with an "F". Properties of lead free solder The melting point of lead free solder is 104 ~ 122 degrees F. higher than leaded solder. Servicing solder Solder with an alloy composition of Sn-3.0Ag-0.5Cu or Sn-0.7Cu is recommended. Although servicing with leaded solder is possible, there are a few precautions that have to be taken. (Not taking these precautions may cause the solder to not harden properly, and lead to consequent malfunctions.) Precautions when using leaded solder Remove all lead free solder from soldered joints when replacing components. If leaded solder should be added to existing lead free joints, mix in the leaded solder thoroughly after the lead free solder has been completely melted (do not apply the soldering iron without solder). Servicing soldering iron A soldering iron with a temperature setting capability (temperature control function) is recommended. The melting point of lead free solder is higher than leaded solder. Use a soldering iron that maintains a high stable temperature (large heat capacity), and that allows temperature adjustment according to the part being serviced, to avoid poor servicing performance. Recommended soldering iron: Soldering iron with temperature control function (temperature range: 320-450 degrees F . Recommended temperature range per part:

Part Mounting (chips) on mounted PCB Mounting (chips) on empty PCB Chassis, metallic shield, etc.

Soldering iron temperature 608 +/- 86 degrees F 716 +/- 86 degrees F 788 +/- 86 degrees F

The PWB assembly which will used lead free solder SIGNAL PWB, VIDEO PWB, JOINT PWB , AUDIO PWB, FILTER PWB, LED,RECEIVER PWB, TACT SW PWB, SPEAKER terminal PWB.

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(04) Fan Part # GS00822: In Digital Module The below chassis utilizes a Digital Module which contains many sophisticated circuits. A cooling fan is utilized in all Digital Modules (ATSC). It is normal for the customer to hear air circulating and the fan running if the room is quiet. This can be compared to a computer cooling fan as they are very similar. The customer may not be aware of the fact that his or her projection television has a cooling fan incorporated. Please educate the customer with this information. Do not assume that just because the customer can hear the fan that there is a problem with the fan. Only if the fan produces a grinding or ticking sound should it be considered to be defective. DP-36 51S700, 57S700 and 65S700 DP-38 57T750 and 65T750 DP-38D 57X750 and 65X750 (05) Did you know there is a Screen Saver in sets with a Photo Card Reader? The following Note is in the Owner's Manual for Models with a Photo Reader: NOTE: 1. Contrast will decrease automatically if stationary images such as digital still photos are left on the screen for more than 3 minutes. This screen saver will make the picture look dark and almost without color. If the customer isn't aware of this feature and/or haven't read their Owner's Manual (Operators Guide), they may mistake this for a problem. A button must be pressed on the Remote Control to deactivate the Screen Saver. This Screen Saver will remain in effect even if the pictures are changing. Example: During Slide Show. Of course this is to prevent burning an image into the CRTs by a stationary image. This is normal operation. (06) CRT Part Number Change on the 51S700 The CRT "Short Neck" tube part number are incorrect in the service manual. Please change.

Old UE22301 UE22302 UE22303

New UE20461 UE20462 UE20463

(07) How to do a Soft Ware Upgrade on the ATSC Digital Module. Preliminary Procedure: Note: MMC = Multi-Media Card (Page 1 of 3) Gain access the rear of the TV. Insert the MMC (Figures 1 and 2) into the Multi Media Card slot as shown in Figures 3 - 6. Push the MMC in until you hear a click, indicating the MMC is properly inserted. Top View - MMC (Figure 1) Example of Software Version Note: Software Version number will vary in accordance to the Version Released. Your Version may be different than the one shown.
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Bottom View - MMC (Figure 2)

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Rear View - TV Jack Panel (Figure 3)
ANT A DVI-HDTV Pr To Converter INPUT 1 Pb Y OPTICAL OUT Digital Audio

Close Up View - MMC Slot (Figure 4)

(MONO/L) AUDIO IEEE 1394

Pr ANT B INPUT 2

Pb

Y/VIDEO Multi Media Card

(MONO/L)

AUDIO

R AUDIO TO HI-FI CENTER IN IR Blaster L R INPUT 3 R INPUT 4 R MONITOR OUT

(MONO/L) VIDEO

S-VIDEO

(MONO/L) VIDEO

S-VIDEO ANT C (ATSC IN)

VIDEO

S-VIDEO

AUDIO

MMC goes in this direction (Figure 5)

MMC Fully Inserted (Figure 6)

Upgrade Procedure: Step (1) Turn the TV ON. Step (2) Using the TV Remote, Select Antenna C. Step (3) Press the MENU button on the Remote. Step (4) Menu will appear Step (5) Press the Cursor Down button and Highlight SETUP

Video Audio Ch. Manager Locks Setup


Move
SEL

Sel.

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Setup

Step (6) Press SELECT on the Remote Control. Setup Menu will appear Step (7) Cursor Down and highlight UPGRADES

Menu Preference Set The Clock Set The Channels Set The Inputs Set Event Timer Set Closed Captions Set Monitor Out Upgrades About Your TV Move
SEL

Return

Setup Upgrades
Step (8) Press the SELECT button on Remote Control. Upgrades Menu will appear Step (9) Cursor Down to Upgrade Now
Software Version: Main 1394 MMC Software Upgrade V01.31 V00.07

Upgrade Now
Please Insert MMC card before upgrade

Move Step (10) Press the Select Button. Upgrade takes approximately 2 ~ 3 minutes.

SEL

Return

Step (11) If 1394 Upgrade necessary it will start automatically

Setup Upgrades Upgrade Process


Upgrading Main, Please wait...

Setup Upgrades Upgrade Process


Upgrading 1394, Please wait...

Cancel SEL Cancel

Cancel

SEL

Cancel

Step (12) Software Upgrade Complete *If your product has already been upgraded or is the same version as the one on the MMC, this step will be bypassed. Note: The old Software Version will still appear on the screen. The updated software version will not appear until the TV is Reset. See the Next Step.

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Step (13) After Software upgrade/s have been successfully completed, please turn the power off. Then unplug the AC power cord for 15 seconds to reset the TV. Plug in the AC power cord and turn the TV on. Repeat steps 2 through 6 to check the software version for verification. Step (14) Your software version should now show correct version number.
Setup Upgrades
Software Version: Main 1394 MMC Software Upgrade V01.26 V01.06

Step (15) To remove the MMC, gain access to the rear of the set. Push the card in until a click is heard, this will release the MMC and then remove the card. NOTE: The MMC must be removed and returned to Hitachi in order to receive any future upgrades.

Upgrade Now
Please Insert MMC card before upgrade

Move

SEL Return

IMPORTANT NOTE: Are you aware that HDTV/SDTV Channels that are shown On Screen may not be the actual channel numbers that you would press on the TV remote control to tune that specific channel? In other words, what you see on the PTV Screen is called VIRTUAL CHANNEL. As and example, to receive (8-1) in San Diego (with out running auto programming in a DTV ) you will actually need to tune to channel 55. Because UHF channel 55 is were they are receiving the Digital Virtual channel 8-1. The Virtual Channel information is embedded within the data received is the Virtual Channel ID. This was decided because the Customer will know that the HDTV channel they are watching will be a known channel in their area. This will help them to recognize the channel of origin. Below is an excellent web site to visit. This can be a tool that will help you KNOW what the actual channel is when you are going to randomly select them by remote control number keys. You can just select it without a need to run auto programming (on most units ~ with exception of the WXW prior to software upgrade). http://www.transmitter.com DTV Channel Allocation for the whole USA (08) What to do if the DVD Door hangs or gets stuck on the DP-33W 46W500 If it's found that occasionally the DVD Door gets stuck and won't open. To fix this problem, apply a small felt like plastic piece on the door according to the location shown in the pictures below. Part number for the SPACER is MN06355 See DVD Section To see how to remove the DVD Player. Step 1: Remove Speaker Grill, Front Plastic piece and DVD plastic housing. Step 2: Front of the DVD Tray. Front Plastic Cabinet pieces removed.

Figure 1

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DP-3X CONVERGENCE TROUBLE SHOOTING 1. Convergence can not be corrected (How to Trouble Shoot) Before begining, resolder all connections on the Convergence Output STKs
CONVERGENCE CAN NOT BE CORRECTED

What Color has shifted?

All Colors

Red

Green

Blue

DCU OUT CHECK PDS pin 20 (RH)....(*1) PDS pin 19 (RV)....(*2)

DCU OUT CHECK PDS pin 17 (GH)....(*1) PDS pin 16 (GV)....(*2)

DCU OUT CHECK PDS pin 14 (BH)....(*1) PDS pin 13 (BV)....(*2)

No Good

No Good

No Good

OK

OK

OK

Change DCU
HC2191 p/n CS00731
Which has shifted? VERTICAL line or HORIZONTAL Line? Which has shifted? VERTICAL line or HORIZONTAL Line? Which has shifted? VERTICAL line or HORIZONTAL Line?

HORIZONTAL Line VERTICAL Line

HORIZONTAL Line VERTICAL Line

HORIZONTAL Line VERTICAL Line

CHECK RK45 & RK46 (RV) CHANGE IK04 (Conv Amp)

CHECK RK61 & RK62 (GV) CHANGE IK05 (Conv Amp)

CHECK RK53 & 54 (BV) CHANGE IK05 (Conv Amp)

CHECK RK41 & RK42 (RH) CHANGE IK04 (Conv Amp)

CHECK RK57 & RK58 (GH) CHANGE IK04 (Conv Amp)

CHECK RK49 & RK50 (BH) CHANGE IK05 (Conv Amp)

For all Resistor Values, see Page 3 IK40 & IK41 p/n CZ01142 STK394-250 PAGE 10-07

(+5V) CHECK DCU input (PDG) Is Voltage at Pin 4 +5V? (Pin 2 -5V?) NG (-5V)

CHECK SW +6.3V Line I906, C938, IK01

PPD4 pin 4

CHECK SW-7V Line D923, C940, C941 QK01, CK04, CK05

PPD4 pin 7

OK CHECK DEFLECTION CIRCUIT Vertical Ouput V. Blk. Produced from pin 11 of I601. CHECK DEFLECTION CIRCUIT Horz. Deflection H. Blk. Produced from pin 7 of T701 and Q706.

(V Blk) CHECK DCU input (PDG) Pin 16 (V BLK)...*3 Pin 14 (H BLK)...*4 NG (H Blk)

OK

ALSO CHECK: DK53 and IK02


CHECK DCU

(*Fig 3) PDG Pin 16 (V. BLK)


Vpp = 4~5 (V)

HC2191 p/n CS00731

(*Fig 1) PDC Connector Pin 20 (RH) Pin 17 (GH) Pin 14 (BH)

GND

(*Fig 2) PDC Connector Pin 19 (RV) Pin 16 (GV) Pin 13 (BV)

16 ~ 17 (us)

(*Fig 4) PDG Pin 14 (H. BLK)


Vpp = 4~5 (V)

16 ~ 17 (ms) Vpp = 2~5 (V)

16 ~ 17 (ms) 28 ~ 30 (us)

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DP-3X CHASSIS CONVERGENCE LOW OHM RESISTOR VALUES All are 1 Watt
Resistor Location RK41 RK42 RK45 RK46 RK57 RK58 RK61 RK62 RK49 RK50 RK53 RK54 IC IK04 IK05 DCU UKDG DP37/C/D 51/57/65S500 57/65T500 57/65X500 8.2 ohm DP36 51/57/S700 65S700 6.8 ohm DP33W/KA/KB 46W500 46F510/46F500A 8.2 ohm

Function

RH

RV

4.7 ohm

4.7 ohm

4.7 ohm

GH

10 ohm

8.2 ohm

10 ohm

GV

5.6 ohm

5.6 ohm

5.6 ohm

BH

6.8 ohm

6.8 ohm

6.8 ohm

BV Part Number CZ01142 CZ01142 ID HC2191

4.7 ohm ID STK394-250 STK394-250 Part Number CS00731

3.9 ohm ID STK394-250 STK394-250

3.9 ohm ID STK394-250 STK394-250

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Step 3: Felt Like Plastic Piece Glued (Double Sided Sticky Tape) in place to the front of the DVD disk tray.

Figure 2

Felt Like Plastic Piece. (Double Sided Sticky Tape on Back.) Part number for the SPACER is MN06355

Figure 3

(10) CRT- I need to Change All Three CRTs, what to do? In a situation where it becomes necessary to replace all three CRTs, it may not be as big a job as first considered. There are many times in which if a couple of First steps are followed, the job may be very easy thanks to Magic Focus. IMPORTANT: You must find the reason for the CRT burn ( If this is the reason for replacing all three CRTs at once), before installing the new CRTs. Look for Deflection collapse caused by poor solder connections on the Yoke Plugs, Convergence Yoke Plugs, Vertical Output IC, Drive Transformer and/or Flyback. Make sure the H and V Sweep Loss circuit is functioning. Make sure the Yoke plugs are seated properly. Clean all Spark Gaps. Pry off the caps on top of each spark gap and clean the contacts with a thin, fine sand paper. Reinstall the caps. Solder all interconnections between the Signal PWB and the Deflection PWB. THINGS TO REMEMBER: If at least one of the defectives CRTs is properly set up (in relationship to geometry) then it can be used as a guide for setting up the new CRTs. This means you have checked that the Center is in dead center and that the lines running left to right and top to bottom are straight and all the grids are linear. Magic Focus will be your biggest friend in the process. If at all possible, do not remove all three defective CRTs at once. Leave the best adjusted CRT in place until the other two new ones have been installed and aligned. You most likely will not need an Overlay unless the set is already a mess related to geometry.

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HERE IS THE PROCESS: After receiving the new CRTs, first determine which of the defective CRTs is best aligned. (This doesn't matter which color). For our discussion we will say it's the Red. Remove the Defective Green CRT. Install the New Green CRT. Clear the RAM. (With Power Off, press and hold the Service Only switch. The press the Power Button on the Front Panel). Set will come on with cleared RAM. No Convergence Correction. Loosen the Yoke on the New Green CRT and rotate it until it matches the Defective Red Vertically and Horizontally (TILT) while looking only at the center. Don't worry if the Center isn't aligned with the Red. After adjusting the Tilt, tighten the Yoke. Run a string from the top left corner to the bottom right corner. Run a string from the top right corner to the bottom left corner. (This will give you a center mark where the strings cross.) Now, using the centering magnet for Green, adjust Green to the center mark where the two strings cross. Remember that the RAM has been cleared. In this condition the Red is to the Left of Dead Center and the Blue is to the Right of Dead Center. This is normal. Now, Power Off the set. Then turn it back on. This will restore the previous Convergence stored data. If you checked the Red centering before all of this began, (Item 1 under Things To Remember above), then the new Green CRT and defective Red CRT centers should now match. Run Magic Focus. This should now return the set to proper Convergence or at least very close where only a minor touch up should be required. You can do this touch up now or wait and do it after all three CRTs has been replaced. (11)What equipment can I use to generate an HD signal? Please see our web site at the following address; http://www.hitachiserviceusa.com/service/seminars/DP0X/Questions/Questionspg2.htm (12)Does the Fan in the Digital Module Run all the time? Fan Part # GS00822: In Digital Module The Fan Runs when the Set is turned ON. This is normal. All sets with a Digital Module (ATSC Tuner) has a Fan. The below chassis utilizes a Digital Module which contains many sophisticated circuits. A cooling fan is utilized in all Digital Modules (ATSC). It is normal for the customer to hear air circulating and the fan running if the room is quiet. This can be compared to a computer cooling fan as they are very similar. The customer may not be aware of the fact that his or her projection television has a cooling fan incorporated. Please educate the customer with this information. Do not assume that just because the customer can hear the fan that there is a problem with the fan. Only if the fan produces a grinding or ticking sound should it be considered to be defective. DP-36 51S700, 57S700 and 65S700 DP-38 57T750 and 65T750 DP-38D 57X750 and 65X750 These Fans are running when the Set is turned ON. This is NORMAL operation. These applies to ALL Hitachi units with an integrated ATSC tuner. This is, is getting to be a very important issue for all our customers. Remember, one huge difference between their previous TV sets and any of these NEW Digital Models is the fact that their previous TVs never had a fan...therefore, there was no fan noise at all!

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Now, once they notice the fan noise, some of them do not like it. First thing they do is: They call for service. Many Technicians MAY NOT be familiar with these units, therefore, they can not tell if the noise is actually normal or too noisy! Replacing the fan just to see if the noise goes away or to reduce it is just too much work and it will be for nothing....then the Customers will be disappointed to find out the noise is still there (after any of the fans/modules/or even complete TV sets were replaced). But once they hear the explanation related to the REASON why they hear this noise, they always understand. New Technology requires the use of faster processors, these processors require the use of cooling fans. Although minimal, these fans do make noise when they are running, this is "normal" operation noise. (13) The DCU appears dead, no convergence correction? Magic Focus doesn't run. On the Sensor PWB. Zener Diode DL-28 can short. Located off pin 12 of the PDS1 connector. If it shorts, the unit looses convergence...it looks just like the unit had a defective DCU (CS00731)..... But you can work any key, unit will do all commands. Additionally, Magic Focus button and or Magic Focus option from R/C will do absolutely nothing, no effect. Now, if any of the other zener diodes on the Sensor PWB, DL01 thru DL08 is shorted, the unit will go through the motions as if doing Magic Focus, but it will not finish and it will display ERROR 3. Please Make a Note: Any Error Code 3 because of a Magic Focus Sensor can be caused by one of these Zener Diodes DL01 ~ DL08 in units with EIGHT sensors. If your working on an older chassis, like any unit with 4 sensors, sensor lines zener diodes are: DL01, DL02, DL07 and DL08. This should be easy to confirm just by measuring continuity from PDS1 connector pins 1 thru 12. See, in this case, DP-37D, if pin 4 shows shorted to ground, it means DL06 must be shorted. PDS1 pin configuration changes from chassis to chassis. This problem may be present on any chassis from DP-1X through DP-3X. (14) Picture Dark, abnormal, Changing Color Temperature. Clean the Spark Gaps on each CRT PWB. Remove the Cap, clean the contacts with thin fine sand paper, blow out, reseal.

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(15) The Model and Serial Number is on the Front Right Hand Side for easy access. Figure 1

Figure 1 shows the location of the Model and Serial Number tag. This can be seen without moving the set or requiring any disassembly. Figure 2 shows the a Close Up of the Model and Serial Number tag.

Figure 2

Figure 3 shows the actual location of the Model and Serial Number tag. This can be seen without moving the set or requiring any disassembly. This picture is actually of an LCD Projection set, but the location is the same for all classes of PTVs.

Figure 3 (16) Using DVI and a Cable Box, some HD signals give an Error Message: ERROR NOTICE: DVI Interface with some Cable Boxes. When selecting some HD Channels, the notice reads as follows: "The HD content protection on your display has been compromised. Please use the Y Pb/Pr Outputs for your HD connection". Or "Monitor Does not support HDCP" or Lower Resolution or Snow. The warning will show up at power on and will remain there if left alone. EXPLANATION: "This is not a problem with the Projection Television". With the addition of Digital transmission, many avenues of private digital data and usage privileges are being incorporated into the transmission stream. During this age of HD infancy, these codes are being manipulated and can generate this situation. HDCP is the issue here. Please contact your local cable operator for additional information. A temporary work-around is to disconnect and reconnect the DVI cable between your cable box and TV. Your patience is appreciated until this issue can be resolved by the cable operator. NOTE: Both the TV and the Set Top Box Must Be ON.

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(17) PHOTO MEMORY STICK PRO ISSUE: The Memory Stick Sony Memory Stick Pro....doesn't' work. The regular Sony Memory Stick will work with no problems. Our units WILL NOT read the Pro version. Memory Stick PRO compatible devices will have the corresponding "PRO" Logo indication near the media slot, Hitachi does not have this LOGO. If you'd like more information, please navigate to www.memorystick.com/en/support/faq.html and look at Item (7).

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DP-36 CHASSIS ADJUSTMENT SPECIFICATION CHANGES.


CORRECTION for DP-36 LOUD POP AT TURN ON WHEN ON ANTENNA C (1) Enter Adjust Mode OSD With Set Off, Press [POWER] and [INPUT] on the Control panel. When High Voltage is Heard, release both buttons. Service Menu appears on screen.

POWER + Input (2) E2PROM Edit Mode is on the Adjust Mode 2nd page. ADJUST MODE XXXXXX Thumbstick down below FACT RESET to reveal the 2nd page of the Service Menu. Highlight E2PROM edit and press the Thumbstick Right button to reveal the E2PROM edit menu. Change Address by Thumbstick Up / Down button. Change Data by Thumbstick Right / Left button. Press SELECT button to set data after each and every change.

SERVICE SUB BRIGHT WHITE BALANCE G DRIVE(HIGH) R DRIVE(HIGH) R CUTOFF(HIGH) G CUTOFF(HIGH) B CUTOFF(HIGH) H POSITION V POSITION FACT RESET Thumbstick Down To 2nd page. ADJUST MODE SUB CNT OSD AFC MEMORY INT I2C OPEN P MODE ADJ E2PROM edit

** ** ** ** ** ** **

Change Address by Thumbstick Up/Down button. Change Data by Thumbstick Right/Left button. Press SELECT button to set data after Each and every change in Data.

E2PROM edit

**

Thumbstick down and Select E2PROM edit and Press The Thumbstick Right ! Button. E2PROM Menu appears. After making Data changes, Press EXIT key to return to main Service Menu.

ADDRESS DATA

** **

(3) EEPROM EDIT DATA CHANGES Refer to ROM Correction Data Table on 2nd page Thumbstick down to locate only the addresses that have data shown in the table on the 2nd page and make Data changes according to the Table for each address. Press Select after each and every change in data value. (4) ROM CORRECTION After making all corrections to Data. *Refer to Rom Correction Data Table on page 2. Exit the EEPROM Edit Menu by pressing EXIT button. Exit the Service Menu by pressing the EXIT button. Unplug set then reapply AC power to execute ROM CORRECTION. Page 10-15

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ROM Correction for #$%.&."' DATA TABLE #353 After Changes, Software Version will change to 353 on the Service Menu. Only change Data Values for Addresses in Blue. DO NOT change any other Data Values.
Ver OSD( Countermeasure of Loud Pop At Turn On on Digital CH Antenna C
Addr. 0xA00 0xA01 0xA02 0xA03 0xA04 0xA05 0xA06 0xA07 0xA08 0xA09 0xA0A 0xA0B 0xA0C 0xA0D 0xA0E 0xA0F 0xA10 0xA11 0xA12 0xA13 0xA14 0xA15 0xA16 0xA17 0xA18 0xA19 0xA1A 0xA1B 0xA1C 0xA1D 0xA1E 0xA1F 0xA20 0xA21 0xA22 0xA23 0xA24 0xA25 0xA26 0xA27 0xA28 0xA29 0xA2A 0xA2B 0xA2C 0xA2D 0xA2E 0xA2F 0xA30 0xA31 0xA32 0xA33 0xA34 0xA35 0xA36 0xA37 0xA38 0xA39 0xA3A 0xA3B 0xA3C 0xA3D 0xA3E 0xA3F Data 00 23 01 61 Base Version(upper) Base Version(lower) New Version(upper) New Version(lower) Addr. 0xA40 0xA41 0xA42 0xA43 0xA44 0xA45 0xA46 0xA47 0xA48 0xA49 0xA4A 0xA4B 0xA4C 0xA4D 0xA4E 0xA4F 0xA50 0xA51 0xA52 0xA53 0xA54 0xA55 0xA56 0xA57 0xA58 0xA59 0xA5A 0xA5B 0xA5C 0xA5D 0xA5E 0xA5F 0xA60 0xA61 0xA62 0xA63 0xA64 0xA65 0xA66 0xA67 0xA68 0xA69 0xA6A 0xA6B 0xA6C 0xA6D 0xA6E 0xA6F 0xA70 0xA71 0xA72 0xA73 0xA74 0xA75 0xA76 0xA77 0xA78 0xA79 0xA7A 0xA7B 0xA7C 0xA7D 0xA7E 0xA7F Data

00 0F 21 9F 00 0F 21 A0 25 C4 B6 FF 7E BF 21 1F 7E 2B F8 FA 5B 8E 6A 13 72 A2 9C FD C6 E9 0C 0C 6A 09 7E 9F 21 1F FC 09 22 0F FC A9 21 0F 82

Correct Address(upper) ) Correct Address(lower) ) Exit Adderss(upper) ) Exit Adderss(lower) ) Program Data length*byte+ Check Sum Program Start

Program End

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DP-3X THINGS YOUR SHOULD KNOW


(19) Using the Cutoff Adjustment to check for a bad CRT. Symptoms: (Also Item 14 see Spark Gap problems) Color Temperature changes. Picture Flickers. Brightness fluctuations. Did you know that you can check for a defective CRT (internal grid shortage) by looking closely at the single horizontal line while in the Cut-Off adjustment mode? In this mode, the Vertical is collapsed so the Service Technician can adjust the Cut-Off level of each CRT. (Note: This determines the Life Span of the CRT. If this adjustment is too bright, the Tube Life is shortened). PROCEDURE: Enter the I2C Service Menu and Select the SERVICE adjustment by using the cursor down and then press cursor right. Vertical will collapse. (See CutOff adjustment procedure in DP-2X Web).

While looking at the single colored line, look at any color to see if it's blinking or flickering. If it is, the CRT needs to be replaced. The Room should almost dark to make the line easier to see. You may have to turn the Screens up slightly to see the line more clearly. Remember, the line should be just barely visible. If a Color can't be turned completely off, this too indicates a defective CRT and can quickly identify when CRT is bad. Replace the defective CRT. (Note: This isn't related to the Digital Convergence Grid. The Cursor (adjustment point) will blink in this mode and this is normal).

(20) Some VGA to Component Adaptors can cause No Picture or Sync Problems. Some Set Top Boxes do not have Component Outputs. They have VGA outputs. In this case, a VGA to Component adaptor will be needed. Some of these adaptors can cause a problem if they do not have Tri-Level sync outputs. They may cause other problems as well, like Horizontal Shift or unstable pictures. Please remove the VGA to Component adaptor and test the Component inputs by using a Component generator directly into the Component inputs to verify. Please see the VGA to Component adaptor recommendations on the HD Generator suggestion page. Note: If a Component Source isn't readily available, use Composite Video input into the "Y" jack. Insert a dummy RCA jack into the "Pr" plug to force the set into the Component Mode. The signal will be black and white, but the picture content (other than color problems) can be checked.

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(21) Horz Noise Lines at corners 46F510. 46F500A

*Note: C730 is assembled from Q703 collector to ground and/or Q701 Base to Ground *Note: C730 assembly must be at ~90 deg In order to prevent some jitter noise.

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ISSUED DATE 9 / 20 I 04

SUBJECT:

About your TV data installation for DP-3X Page 1 of 7

I. APPLICATION:

Model: All DP-3X PTV 2003-4 Chassis: All DP-3X Chassis

II. DETAIL: When a new DP-3X Signal PWB or EEPROM is change by a Service technician the original data for the OSD information ABOUT YOUR TV option is not set into the chassis EEPROM, because this information is entered by the Production line jigs, according to the model in which the chassis is used. Ill. PROCEDURE TO ENTER THE CORRECT DATA IN THE EEPROM: In order to input the correct DATA for the model that is repair please follow the next procedure to input the DATA for the specific model. (1) (2) (3) With Power Off, press [POWER + INPUT] buttons on the control panel to enter the Adjustment mode. When High Voltage is heard, release both buttons. Press MENU button to enter next page. Select "EEPROM edit" using buttons and Press the button to enter EEPROM edit Mode.

With Power Off Press INPUT and POWER. When High Voltage is heard, Release both buttons.

ADJUST MODE SERVICE SUB BRIGHT WHITE BALANCE G DRIVE (HIGH) R DRIVE (HIGH) R CUTOFF (HIGH) G CUTOFF (HIGH) B CUTOFF (HIGH) H POSITION V POSITION FACT RESET

XXXXXXX Press MENU button to go to 2nd page ** ** ** ** ** ** **

ADJUST MODE SUB (TV-S) OSD AFC/CLOCK TEST MEMORY INIT I2OPEN E2PROM Edit P Mode Adj ** Cursor Down to E2PROM Edit Press the key

Service Mode
Press EXIT key to Return to Normal Mode

E2PROM edit ADDRESS DATA ** ** buttons. buttons.

Press EXIT key to Return

Press EXIT key to Return

Change Address by using the Change Data by using the

Press SELECT button after each data change to save the data.

(4)

Start by pressing the key. This will bring up the last Address quickly. Select the address using the buttons and using buttons to change the DATA value. Press SELECT button to save the DATA in the memory. After all the DATA has been input exit the service menu by pressing EXIT button twice. Turn the Power Off, then UNPLUG and PLUG the AC line to execute the READ DATA from the EEPROM.

(5)

EEPROM Address and Data Values Table for all DP-3X models are shown on the next page. Use these tables to enter the correct Data in the correct Address location for your model. Note: Press SELECT after EACH data value change.

Please provide your comments and questions to 1-800-HITACHI or Customerservice.ce@hhea.hitachi.com

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HITACHI Subject: About your TV data installation for DP-3X


1 PTV Model EEPROM Address OFB8 OFB9 OFBA OFBB OFBC OFBD OFBE OFBF OFC0 OFC1 OFC2 OFC3 OFC4 OFC5 OFCG OFC7 OFC8 OFC9 OFCA OFCB OFCC OFCD OFCE OFCF OFDO OFD1 OFD2 OFD3 OFD4 OFD5 OFD6 OFD7 OFD8 OFD9 OFDA OFDB OFDC OFDD OFDE OFDF OFEO OFE1 OFE2 OFE3 OFE4 OFE5 Item Model Model Model Model Model Model Model Model Model Model Heighi-1 Heighi-1 - or Height-2 Height-2 - or Height-3 Height-3 Height Height Height Height Width-1 Width-1 - or Width-2 Width-2 / or Width-3 Width-3 Width Width Width Width Depth-1 Depth-1 - or Depth-2 Depth-2 / or Depth-3 Depth-3 Depth Depth Depth Depth Name Name Name Name Name Name Name Name Name Name (inch) (inch) Space (inch) (inch) Space (inch) (inch) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (inch) (inch) Space (inch) (inch) Space (inch) (inch) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (inch) (inch) Space (inch) (inch) Space (inch) (inch) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) 65X750 OSD Display 6 5 X 7 5 0 Space Space Space Space 5 9 Space 7 / 8 Space 1 5 2 1 6 1 Space Space Space Space Space Space 1 5 4 9 2 8 Space 3 / 1 6 Space 7 1 6 Data 36 35 58 37 35 30 20 20 20 20 35 39 2D 20 37 2F 38 20 31 35 32 31 36 31 20 20 20 20 20 20 31 35 34 39 32 38 2D 20 33 2F 31 36 20 37 31 36 2 65T750 OSD Display 6 5 T 7 5 0 Space Space Space Space 5 9 Space 7 / 8 Space 1 5 2 1 6 1 Space Space Space Space Space Space 1 5 4 9 2 8 Space 3 / 1 6 Space 7 1 6 Data 36 35 54 37 35 30 20 20 20 20 35 39 2D 20 37 2F 38 20 31 35 32 31 36 31 20 20 20 20 20 20 31 35 34 39 32 38 2D 20 33 2F 31 36 20 37 31 36 3 65S700 OSD Display 6 5 S 7 0 0 Space Space Space Space 5 9 Space 7 / 8 Space 1 5 2 1 6 1 Space Space Space Space Space Space 1 5 4 9 2 8 Space 3 / 1 6 Space 7 1 6 Data 36 35 53 37 30 30 20 20 20 20 35 39 2D 20 37 2F 38 20 31 35 32 31 36 31 20 20 20 20 20 20 31 35 34 39 32 38 2D 20 33 2F 31 36 20 37 31 36 4 65X500 OSD Display 6 5 X 5 0 0 Space Space Space Space 5 9 Space 7 / 8 Space 1 5 2 1 6 1 Space Space Space Space Space Space 1 5 4 9 2 8 Space 3 / 1 6 Space 7 1 6 Data 36 35 58 35 30 30 20 20 20 20 35 39 2D 20 37 2F 38 20 31 35 32 31 36 31 20 20 20 20 20 20 31 35 34 39 32 38 2D 20 33 2F 31 36 20 37 31 36

Result of Adjustment on the screen.

65X750 59 - 7/8 1521 61 1549 28 - 3/16 716

65T750 59 - 7/8 1521 61 1549 28 - 3/16 716

65S700 59 - 7/8 1521 61 1549 28 - 3/16 716

65X500 59 - 7/8 1521 61 1549 28 - 3/16 716 Page 2 of 7

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HITACHI Subject: About your TV data installation for DP-3X


5 PTV Model EEPROM Address OFB8 OFB9 OFBA OFBB OFBC OFBD OFBE OFBF OFC0 OFC1 OFC2 OFC3 OFC4 OFC5 OFCG OFC7 OFC8 OFC9 OFCA OFCB OFCC OFCD OFCE OFCF OFDO OFD1 OFD2 OFD3 OFD4 OFD5 OFD6 OFD7 OFD8 OFD9 OFDA OFDB OFDC OFDD OFDE OFDF OFEO OFE1 OFE2 OFE3 OFE4 OFE5 Item Model Model Model Model Model Model Model Model Model Model Heighi-1 Heighi-1 - or Height-2 Height-2 - or Height-3 Height-3 Height Height Height Height Width-1 Width-1 - or Width-2 Width-2 / or Width-3 Width-3 Width Width Width Width Depth-1 Depth-1 - or Depth-2 Depth-2 / or Depth-3 Depth-3 Depth Depth Depth Depth Name Name Name Name Name Name Name Name Name Name (inch) (inch) Space (inch) (inch) Space (inch) (inch) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (inch) (inch) Space (inch) (inch) Space (inch) (inch) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (inch) (inch) Space (inch) (inch) Space (inch) (inch) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) 65T500 OSD Display 6 5 T 5 0 0 Space Space Space Space 5 9 Space 7 / 8 Space 1 5 2 1 6 1 Space Space Space Space Space Space 1 5 4 9 2 8 Space 3 / 1 6 Space 7 1 6 Data 36 35 54 35 30 30 20 20 20 20 35 39 2D 20 37 2F 38 20 31 35 32 31 36 31 20 20 20 20 20 20 31 35 34 39 32 38 2D 20 33 2F 31 36 20 37 31 36 6 65S500 OSD Display 6 5 S 5 0 0 Space Space Space Space 5 9 Space 7 / 8 Space 1 5 2 1 6 1 Space Space Space Space Space Space 1 5 4 9 2 8 Space 3 / 1 6 Space 7 1 6 Data 36 35 53 35 30 30 20 20 20 20 35 39 2D 20 37 2F 38 20 31 35 32 31 36 31 20 20 20 20 20 20 31 35 34 39 32 38 2D 20 33 2F 31 36 20 37 31 36 7 57X750 OSD Display 5 7 X 7 5 0 Space Space Space Space 5 4 Space 3 / 1 6 1 3 7 6 5 4 Space Space Space Space Space Space 1 3 7 2 2 5 Space 9 / 1 6 Space 6 4 9 Data 35 37 58 37 35 30 20 20 20 20 35 34 2D 20 33 2F 31 36 31 33 37 36 35 34 20 20 20 20 20 20 31 33 37 32 32 35 2D 20 39 2F 31 36 20 36 34 39 8 57T750 OSD Display 5 7 T 7 5 0 Space Space Space Space 5 4 Space 3 / 1 6 1 3 7 6 5 4 Space Space Space Space Space Space 1 3 7 2 2 5 Space 9 / 1 6 Space 6 4 9 Data 35 37 54 37 35 30 20 20 20 20 35 34 2D 20 33 2F 31 36 31 33 37 36 35 34 20 20 20 20 20 20 31 33 37 32 32 35 2D 20 39 2F 31 36 20 36 34 39

Result of Adjustment on the screen.

65T500 59 - 7/8 1521 61 1549 28 - 3/16 716

65S500 59 - 7/8 1521 61 1549 28 - 3/16 716

57X750 54 - 3/16 1376 54 1372 25 - 9/16 649

57T750 54 - 3/16 1376 54 1372 25 - 9/16 649 Page 3 of 7

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HITACHI Subject: About your TV data installation for DP-3X


9 PTV Model EEPROM Address OFB8 OFB9 OFBA OFBB OFBC OFBD OFBE OFBF OFC0 OFC1 OFC2 OFC3 OFC4 OFC5 OFCG OFC7 OFC8 OFC9 OFCA OFCB OFCC OFCD OFCE OFCF OFDO OFD1 OFD2 OFD3 OFD4 OFD5 OFD6 OFD7 OFD8 OFD9 OFDA OFDB OFDC OFDD OFDE OFDF OFEO OFE1 OFE2 OFE3 OFE4 OFE5 Item Model Model Model Model Model Model Model Model Model Model Heighi-1 Heighi-1 - or Height-2 Height-2 - or Height-3 Height-3 Height Height Height Height Width-1 Width-1 - or Width-2 Width-2 / or Width-3 Width-3 Width Width Width Width Depth-1 Depth-1 - or Depth-2 Depth-2 / or Depth-3 Depth-3 Depth Depth Depth Depth Name Name Name Name Name Name Name Name Name Name (inch) (inch) Space (inch) (inch) Space (inch) (inch) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (inch) (inch) Space (inch) (inch) Space (inch) (inch) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (inch) (inch) Space (inch) (inch) Space (inch) (inch) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) 57T600 OSD Display 5 7 T 6 0 0 Space Space Space Space 5 4 Space 3 / 1 6 1 3 7 6 5 4 Space Space Space Space Space Space 1 3 7 2 2 5 Space 9 / 1 6 Space 6 4 9 Data 35 37 54 36 30 30 20 20 20 20 35 34 2D 20 33 2F 31 36 31 33 37 36 35 34 20 20 20 20 20 20 31 33 37 32 32 35 2D 20 39 2F 31 36 20 36 34 39 10 57S700 OSD Display 5 7 S 7 0 0 Space Space Space Space 5 4 Space 3 / 1 6 1 3 7 6 5 4 Space Space Space Space Space Space 1 3 7 2 2 5 Space 9 / 1 6 Space 6 4 9 Data 35 37 53 37 30 30 20 20 20 20 35 34 2D 20 33 2F 31 36 31 33 37 36 35 34 20 20 20 20 20 20 31 33 37 32 32 35 2D 20 39 2F 31 36 20 36 34 39 11 57X500 OSD Display 5 7 X 5 0 0 Space Space Space Space 5 4 Space 3 / 1 6 1 3 7 6 5 4 Space Space Space Space Space Space 1 3 7 2 2 5 Space 9 / 1 6 Space 6 4 9 Data 35 37 58 35 30 30 20 20 20 20 35 34 2D 20 33 2F 31 36 31 33 37 36 35 34 20 20 20 20 20 20 31 33 37 32 32 35 2D 20 39 2F 31 36 20 36 34 39 12 57T500 OSD Display 5 7 T 5 0 0 Space Space Space Space 5 4 Space 3 / 1 6 1 3 7 6 5 4 Space Space Space Space Space Space 1 3 7 2 2 5 Space 9 / 1 6 Space 6 4 9 Data 35 37 54 35 30 30 20 20 20 20 35 34 2D 20 33 2F 31 36 31 33 37 36 35 34 20 20 20 20 20 20 31 33 37 32 32 35 2D 20 39 2F 31 36 20 36 34 39

Result of Adjustment on the screen.

57T600 54 - 3/16 1376 54 1372 25 - 9/16 649

57S700 54 - 3/16 1376 54 1372 25 - 9/16 649

57X500 54 - 3/16 1376 54 1372 25 - 9/16 649

57T500 54 - 3/16 1376 54 1372 25 - 9/16 649 Page 4 of 7

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HITACHI Subject: About your TV data installation for DP-3X


13 PTV Model EEPROM Address OFB8 OFB9 OFBA OFBB OFBC OFBD OFBE OFBF OFC0 OFC1 OFC2 OFC3 OFC4 OFC5 OFCG OFC7 OFC8 OFC9 OFCA OFCB OFCC OFCD OFCE OFCF OFDO OFD1 OFD2 OFD3 OFD4 OFD5 OFD6 OFD7 OFD8 OFD9 OFDA OFDB OFDC OFDD OFDE OFDF OFEO OFE1 OFE2 OFE3 OFE4 OFE5 Item Model Model Model Model Model Model Model Model Model Model Heighi-1 Heighi-1 - or Height-2 Height-2 - or Height-3 Height-3 Height Height Height Height Width-1 Width-1 - or Width-2 Width-2 / or Width-3 Width-3 Width Width Width Width Depth-1 Depth-1 - or Depth-2 Depth-2 / or Depth-3 Depth-3 Depth Depth Depth Depth Name Name Name Name Name Name Name Name Name Name (inch) (inch) Space (inch) (inch) Space (inch) (inch) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (inch) (inch) Space (inch) (inch) Space (inch) (inch) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (inch) (inch) Space (inch) (inch) Space (inch) (inch) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) 57S500 OSD Display 5 7 S 5 0 0 Space Space Space Space 5 4 Space 3 / 1 6 1 3 7 6 5 4 Space Space Space Space Space Space 1 3 7 2 2 5 Space 9 / 1 6 Space 6 4 9 Data 35 37 53 35 30 30 20 20 20 20 35 34 2D 20 33 2F 31 36 31 33 37 36 35 34 20 20 20 20 20 20 31 33 37 32 32 35 2D 20 39 2F 31 36 20 36 34 39 14 51S700 OSD Display 5 1 S 7 0 0 Space Space Space Space 5 0 Space 1 / 4 Space 1 2 7 5 4 8 Space 3 / 4 Space 1 2 3 9 2 5 Space 1 / 1 6 Space 6 3 6 Data 35 31 53 37 30 30 20 20 20 20 35 30 2D 20 31 2F 34 20 31 32 37 35 34 38 2D 20 33 2F 34 20 31 32 33 39 32 35 2D 20 31 2F 31 36 20 36 33 36 15 51S500 OSD Display 5 1 S 5 0 0 Space Space Space Space 5 0 Space 1 / 4 Space 1 2 7 5 4 8 Space 3 / 4 Space 1 2 3 9 2 5 Space 1 / 1 6 Space 6 3 6 Data 35 31 53 35 30 30 20 20 20 20 35 30 2D 20 31 2F 34 20 31 32 37 35 34 38 2D 20 33 2F 34 20 31 32 33 39 32 35 2D 20 31 2F 31 36 20 36 33 36 16 46W500 OSD Display 4 6 W 5 0 0 Space Space Space Space 3 9 1 3 / 1 6 1 0 1 1 4 4 Space 7 / 1 6 1 1 2 8 2 4 Space 1 / 2 Space Space 6 2 2 Data 34 36 57 35 30 30 20 20 20 20 33 39 2D 31 33 2F 31 36 31 30 31 31 34 34 2D 20 37 2F 31 36 31 31 32 38 32 34 2D 20 31 2F 32 20 20 36 32 32

Result of Adjustment on the screen.

57S500 54- 3/16 1376 54 1372 25- 9/16 649

51S700 50 - 1/4 1275 48 - 3/4 1239 25 - 1/16 636

51S500 50 - 1/4 1275 48 - 3/4 1239 25 - 1/16 636

46W500 39 - 13/16 1011 44 - 7/16 1128 24 - 1/2 636 Page 5 of 7

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17 PTV Model EEPROM Address OFB8 OFB9 OFBA OFBB OFBC OFBD OFBE OFBF OFC0 OFC1 OFC2 OFC3 OFC4 OFC5 OFCG OFC7 OFC8 OFC9 OFCA OFCB OFCC OFCD OFCE OFCF OFDO OFD1 OFD2 OFD3 OFD4 OFD5 OFD6 OFD7 OFD8 OFD9 OFDA OFDB OFDC OFDD OFDE OFDF OFEO OFE1 OFE2 OFE3 OFE4 OFE5 Item Model Model Model Model Model Model Model Model Model Model Heighi-1 Heighi-1 - or Height-2 Height-2 - or Height-3 Height-3 Height Height Height Height Width-1 Width-1 - or Width-2 Width-2 / or Width-3 Width-3 Width Width Width Width Depth-1 Depth-1 - or Depth-2 Depth-2 / or Depth-3 Depth-3 Depth Depth Depth Depth Name Name Name Name Name Name Name Name Name Name (inch) (inch) Space (inch) (inch) Space (inch) (inch) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (inch) (inch) Space (inch) (inch) Space (inch) (inch) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (inch) (inch) Space (inch) (inch) Space (inch) (inch) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) 57T500A OSD Display 5 7 T 5 0 0 A Space Space Space 5 4 Space 3 / 1 6 1 3 7 6 5 4 Space Space Space Space Space Space 1 3 7 2 2 5 Space 9 / 1 6 Space 6 4 9 Data 35 37 54 35 30 30 41 20 20 20 35 34 2D 20 33 2F 31 36 31 33 37 36 35 34 20 20 20 20 20 20 31 33 37 32 32 35 2D 20 39 2F 31 36 20 36 34 39 18 65T500A OSD Display 6 5 T 5 0 0 A Space Space Space 5 9 Space 7 / 8 Space 1 5 2 1 6 1 Space Space Space Space Space Space 1 5 4 9 2 8 Space 3 / 1 6 Space 7 1 6 Data 36 35 54 35 30 30 41 20 20 20 35 39 2D 20 37 2F 38 20 31 35 32 31 36 31 20 20 20 20 20 20 31 35 34 39 32 38 2D 20 33 2F 31 36 20 37 31 36 19 46F510 OSD Display 4 6 F 5 1 0 Space Space Space Space 4 5 Space 9 / 1 6 1 1 5 7 4 4 Space 7 / 1 6 1 1 2 8 2 6 Space 7 / 1 6 Space 6 7 2 Data 34 36 46 35 31 30 20 20 20 20 34 35 2D 20 39 2F 31 36 31 31 35 37 34 34 2D 20 37 2F 31 36 31 31 32 38 32 36 2D 20 37 2F 31 36 20 36 37 32 20 46F500A OSD Display 4 6 F 5 0 0 A Space Space Space 3 9 1 3 / 1 6 1 0 1 1 4 4 Space 7 / 1 6 1 1 2 8 2 4 Space 9 / 1 6 Space 6 2 4 Data 34 36 46 35 30 30 41 20 20 20 33 39 2D 31 33 2F 31 36 31 30 31 31 34 34 2D 20 37 2F 31 36 31 31 32 38 32 34 2D 20 39 2F 31 36 20 36 32 34

Result of Adjustment on the screen.

57T500A 54 - 3/16 1376 54 1372 25 - 9/16 649

65T500A 59 - 7/8 1521 61 1549 28 - 3/16 716

46F510 45 - 9/16 1157 44 - 7/16 1128 26 - 7/16 672

46F500A 39 - 13/16 1011 44 - 7/16 1128 26 - 9/16 624 Page 6 of 7

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SUBJECT: About your TV data installation for DP-3X Page 3 of 3

(6) Checking Procdure: Check each character in About Your TV Menu. Setup About Your TV 46W500 Model Dimensions (Inches) Height : 39-3/16 Width : 44-7/16 Depth : 24-1/2 (mm) 1011 1128 636

Caution

Move

SEL

Return

Wrong Case: Model name is missing when "4" of 46W500" is wrong. (Example: Address OFB8 should = 34) Setup About Your TV Model Dimensions Height : Width : Depth : (Inches) 39-3/16 44-7/16 24-1/2 (mm) 1011 1128 636

Caution

Move

SEL

Return

In this case, please check the DATA table for the corresponding model and make the proper corrections.

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DP-3X THINGS YOUR SHOULD KNOW


(23) Color Flashes, Lines in Picture, Out of Sync Color Flashes, breaks into loss of sync. Loss of sync.

Resolder XY06.

(24) Power Light Stays On, Magic Focus may Start when set Powered Off. When the Power is turned off, the Power LED stays On. Magic Focus start running Automatically when Power is turned Off. Replace the Relay S901 (p/n FJ00142) MAIN POWER RELAY ALKS329 (25) Magic Focus Runs when the Power is Turned Off Please check for a stuck Power Relay S901 S901 p/n FJ00142 (MAIN POWER RELAY ALKS329)

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