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NWZ-A815/A816/A818

SERVICE MANUAL

Ver. 1.4 2007.12

NW-A805/A806/A808/ NWZ-A815/A816/A818 SERVICE MANUAL Ver. 1.4 2007.12 Photo: NW-A808 US Model NWZ-A815/A816/A818 Canadian Model AEP Model

Photo: NW-A808

US Model

NWZ-A815/A816/A818

Canadian Model AEP Model UK Model Australian Model New Zealand Model Hong Kong Model Singapore Model

NW-A805/A806/A808/NWZ-A815/A816/A818

E Model Chinese Model Tourist Model

NW-A805/A806/A808

SonicStage and the SonicStage logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Sony Corporation.

OpenMG, ATRAC, ATRAC3, ATRAC3plus, ATRAC Advanced Lossless and their logos are trademarks of Sony Corporation.

“WALKMAN”and “WALKMAN” logo are registered trademarks of Sony Corporation.

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is a trademark of Sony Corporation.

Microsoft, Windows, Windows Vista and Windows Media are trademarks or registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.

Adobe and Adobe Reader are trademarks or registered trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated in the United States and/or other countries.

MPEG Layer-3 audio coding technology and patents licensed from Fraunhofer IIS and Thomson.

IBM and PC/AT are registered trademarks of International Business Machines Corporation. Macintosh is a trademark of Apple Inc.

QuickTime is a trademark or registered trademark of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.

Pentium is a trademark or a registered trademark of Intel Corporation.

This software is based in part on the work of the Independent JPEG Group. THIS PRODUCT IS LICENSED UNDER THE MPEG-4 VISUAL PATENT PORTFOLIO LICENSE FOR THE PERSONAL AND NON-COMMERCIAL USE OF A CONSUMER FOR

  • (i) ENCODING VIDEO IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE MPEG-4 VISUAL STANDARD

(“MPEG-4 VIDEO”) AND/OR (ii) DECODING MPEG-4 VIDEO THAT WAS ENCODED BY A CONSUMER ENGAGED IN A PERSONAL AND NON-COMMERCIAL ACTIVITY AND/OR WAS OBTAINED FROM A VIDEO PROVIDER LICENSED BY MPEG LA TO PROVIDE MPEG-4 VIDEO. NO LICENSE IS GRANTED OR SHALL BE IMPLIED FOR ANY OTHER USE. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION INCLUDING THAT RELATING TO PROMOTIONAL, INTERNAL AND COMMERCIAL USES AND LICENSING MAY BE OBTAINED FROM FROM MPEG LA, LLC. SEE HTTP://WWW.MPEGLA.COM

THIS PRODUCT IS LICENSED UNDER THE AVC PATENT PORTFOLIO LICENSE FOR THE PERSONAL AND NON-COMMERCIAL USE OF A CONSUMER TO

  • (i) ENCODE VIDEO IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE AVC STANDARD (“AVC VIDEO”)

AND/OR (ii) DECODE AVC VIDEO THAT WAS ENCODED BY A CONSUMER ENGAGED IN A PERSONAL AND NON-COMMERCIAL ACTIVITY AND/OR WAS OBTAINED FROM A VIDEO PROVIDER LICENSED TO PROVIDE AVC VIDEO. NO LICENSE IS GRANTED OR SHALL BE IMPLIED FOR ANY OTHER USE. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION MAY BE OBTAINED FROM MPEG LA, L.L.C. SEE HTTP://MPEGLA.COM

US and foreign patents licensed from Dolby Laboratories.

All other trademarks and registered trademarks are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective holders. In this manual, TM and ® marks are not specified.

This product is protected by certain intellectual property rights of Microsoft Corporation. Use or distribution of such technology outside of this product is prohibited without a license from from Microsoft or an authorized Microsoft subsidiary.

Program ©2007 Sony Corporation Documentation ©2007 Sony Corporation

Supported file format

SPECIFICATIONS

Music (NW-A805/A806/A808)

 

Codec

MP3

Bit rate: 32 to 320 kbps, variable bit rate-compliant (VBR) Sampling frequency* 1 : 32, 44.1, 48 kHz

WMA* 2

Bit rate: 32 to 192 kbps, variable bit rate-compliant (VBR) Sampling frequency* 1 : 44.1 kHz

ATRAC

Bit rate: 48 to 352 kbps (66* 3 , 105* 3 , 132 kbps for ATRAC3) Sampling frequency* 1 : 44.1 kHz

ATRAC

Bit rate: 64 to 352 kbps (132 kbps for ATRAC3 base layer)

Advanced

Sampling frequency* 1 : 44.1 kHz

Lossless* 4

AAC* 2

Bit rate: 16 to 320 kbps, variable bit rate-compliant (VBR)* 5 Sampling frequency* 1 : 8, 11.025, 12, 16, 22.05, 24, 32, 44.1, 48 kHz

The number of songsMax. 65,535

 

Music (NWZ-A815/A816/A818)

 

File format

MP3(MPEG1 Layer3) file format, ASF file format, MP4 file format, Wave-Riff file format

File extension

File extension MP3 (.mp3), WMA (.wma), AAC-LC* 1 (.mp4, .m4a, .3gp), Linear PCM (.wav)

Codec

MP3

Bit rate: 32 to 320 kbps (Supports variable bit rate (VBR)) Sampling frequency* 2 : 32, 44.1, 48 kHz

WMA* 2

Bit rate: 32 to 192 kbps (Supports variable bit rate (VBR)) Sampling frequency* 2 : 44.1 kHz

AAC-LC* 2

Bit rate: 16 to 320 kbps (Supports variable bit rate (VBR))* 3 Sampling frequency* 2 : 8, 11.025, 12, 16, 22.05, 24, 32, 44.1, 48 kHz

Linear PCM

Bit rate: 1,411 kbps Sampling frequency* 2 : 44.1 kHz

Video Video

File format

MP4 file format, “Memory Stick” video format

 

File extension

.mp4, .m4v

Codec

MP3

MPEG-4

Profile: Simple Profile

 

(NW-A805/A806/A808)

Bit rate: Max. 2,500 kbps

AVC

Profile: Baseline Profile

(H.264/AVC)

Level: 1.2, 1.3 Bit rate: Max. 768 kbps

Frame rate: Max. 30 fps Resolution: Max. QVGA (320 × 240)

 

Audio

AAC-LC

Channel number: Max. 2 channels Sampling frequency: 24, 32, 44.1, 48 kHz Bit rate: Max. 288 kbps per 1 channel

File size

Max. 2 GB

The number of files

Max. 1,000

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DIGITAL MEDIA PLAYER

9-887-631-05

2007L05-1

© 2007.12

Sony Corporation

Audio Business Group Published by Sony Techno Create Corporation

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NW-A805/A806/A808/NWZ-A815/A816/A818

Ver. 1.2

Photo* 6
Photo* 6

File format

Compatible with DCF 2.0/Exif 2.21file format

File extension

.jpg

Codec

JPEG (Baseline) Number of pixels: Max. 4,000 × 4,000 pixels (16,000,000 pixels)

The number of files

Max. 10,000

* 1 Sampling frequency may not correspond to all encoders. * 2 Copyright protected WMA/AAC/AAC-LC files cannot be played back. * 3 You cannot record songs on CDs in the ATRAC3 66/105 kbps format using SonicStage.

* 4 The bit rate description of ATRAC Advanced Lossless shows the bit rate for the contents which enables fast transfer to ATRAC compatible devices or media.

* 5 Non-standard bit rates or non-guaranteed bit rates are included depending on the sampling frequency.

* 6 Some video files cannot be played back, depending on their file formats.

Maximum recordable number of songs and time (Approx.)

The approximate times are based on the case in which you transfer or record only 4 minutes songs (not including videos and photos) in the ATRAC* 1 or the MP3 format. Other playable audio file format song numbers and times may differ from ATRAC or MP3 format.

* 1 Except ATRAC Advanced Lossless. Compression rate of ATRAC Advanced Lossless varies depending on songs. For example, one CD (containing 15 4-minute songs) is approximately 200 to 500 MB.

 

NW-A805

 

NW-A806

Bit rate

Songs

Time

Songs

Time

48

kbps

1,300

86 hr. 40 min.

2,700

180 hr. 00 min.

 

64

kbps

980

65 hr. 20 min.

2,000

133 hr. 20 min.

 

128

kbps

495

33 hr. 00 min.

1,000

66 hr. 40 min.

 

256

kbps

250

16 hr. 40 min.

515

34 hr. 20 min.

 

320

kbps

200

13 hr. 20 min.

410

27 hr. 20 min.

 
 

NW-A808

   

Bit rate

Songs

Time

48

kbps

5,500

366 hr. 40 min.

 

64

kbps

4,100

273 hr. 20 min.

128

kbps

2,050

136 hr. 40 min.

256

kbps

1,050

70 hr. 00 min.

320

kbps

840

56 hr. 00 min.

 

NWZ-A815

 

NWZ-A816

Bit rate

Songs

Time

Songs

Time

48

kbps

1,150

76 hr. 40 min.

2,450

163 hr. 20 min.

 

64

kbps

885

59 hr. 00 min.

1,850

123 hr. 20 min.

 

128

kbps

440

29 hr. 20 min.

925

61 hr. 40 min.

 

256

kbps

220

14 hr. 40 min.

460

30 hr. 40 min.

 

320

kbps

175

11 hr. 40 min.

370

24 hr. 40 min.

 
 

NWZ-A818

   

Bit rate

Songs

Time

48

kbps

5,050

336 hr. 40 min.

 

64

kbps

3,750

250 hr. 00 min.

128

kbps

1,850

123 hr. 20 min.

256

kbps

945

63 hr. 00 min.

320

kbps

840

56 hr. 00 min.

Maximum recordable time of videos (Approx.)

The approximate recordable times is estimated in the case where only videos are transferred. The time may differ, depending on the conditions under which the player is used.

 

NW-A805

NW-A806

NW-A808

 

Bit rate

Time

Time

Time

384

kbps

7 hr. 40 min.

15 hr. 40 min.

32 hr. 40 min.

768

kbps

4 hr. 20 min.

9 hr. 20 min.

19 hr. 00 min.

 
 

NWZ-A815

NWZ-A816

NWZ-A818

   

Bit rate

Time

Time

Time

Video Format: 384 kbps Audio Format: 128 kbps

7 hr. 10 min.

15 hr. 00 min.

30 hr. 40 min.

 

Video Format: 768 kbps Audio Format: 128 kbps

4 hr. 00 min.

8 hr. 30 min.

17 hr. 30 min.

 

Maximum recordable number of photos that can be transferred (Approx.)

Max. 10,000 Recordable number of photos may be less depending on file sizes.

Capacity (User available capacity)* 1

NW-A805: 2 GB (Approx. 1.81 GB = 1,948,622,848 bytes) NW-A806: 4 GB (Approx. 3.73 GB = 4,008,198,144 bytes) NW-A808: 8 GB (Approx. 7.56 GB = 8,127,348,736 bytes)

NWZ-A815: 2 GB (Approx. 1.71 GB = 1,840,775,168 bytes) NWZ-A816: 4 GB (Approx. 3.57 GB = 3,840,638,976 bytes) NWZ-A818: 8 GB (Approx. 7.30 GB = 7,840,956,416 bytes)

* 1 Available storage capacity of the player may vary. A portion of the memory is used for data management functions.

Output (headphones)

Output 5 mW + 5 mW (16 ) Frequency response 20 to 20,000 Hz (when playing data file, single signal measurement)

Interface

Headphone: Stereo mini-jack WM-PORT (multiple connecting terminal): 22 pins Hi-Speed USB (USB 2.0 compliant)

Operating temperature

5°C to 35°C (41°F to 95°F)

Power source

Built-in rechargeable lithium-ion battery USB power (from a computer via the supplied USB cable)

Charging time

USB-based charging Approx.3 hours (full charge), Approx.1.5 hours (approx. 80%)

Battery life (continuous playback)

The time below is approximated when “New Song Pop Up”, “Clear Stereo”, “DSEE” and and “Dynamic Normalizer” are set to “Off,” “Display Time” is set to other than “Always On”, and screensaver, “Equalizer” and “VPT” are set to “None.” Furthermore, for videos, the time is approximated when the brightness of the screen is set to “3.” The time below may differ depending on ambient temperature or the status of use.

 

NW-A805/A806/A808

Music

Playback at ATRAC 132 kbps

Approximately 30 hours

Playback at ATRAC 128 kbps

Approximately 27 hours

Playback at ATRAC 48 kbps

Approximately 28 hours

Playback at ATRAC Advanced Lossless 64 kbps

Approximately 27 hours

Playback at MP3 128 kbps

Approximately 33 hours

Playback at WMA 128 kbps

Approximately 33 hours

Playback at AAC 128 kbps

Approximately 32 hours

Video

Playback at MPEG-4 384 kbps

Approximately 8 hours

Playback at MPEG-4 768 kbps

Approximately 7 hours

Playback at AVC 384 kbps

Approximately 6.5 hours

Playback at AVC 768 kbps

Approximately 6.5 hours

 
 

NWZ-A815/A816/A818

Music

Playback at MP3 128 kbps

Approximately 33 hours

Playback at WMA 128 kbps

Approximately 33 hours

Playback at AAC-LC 128 kbps

Approximately 32 hours

Playback at Linear PCM 1,411 kbps

Approximately 35 hours

Video

Playback at MPEG-4 768 kbps

Approximately 7 hours

Playback at MPEG-4 384 kbps

Approximately 8 hours

Playback at AVC 768 kbps

Approximately 6.5 hours

Playback at AVC 384 kbps

Approximately 6.5 hours

Display

2.0-inch, low-temperature poly-silicon TFT color display with white LED-backlight, QVGA (240 × 320 dots), 0.1275 mm dot pitch, 262,144 colors

Dimensions (w/h/d, projecting parts not included)

43.8

× 88.0 × 9.1 (Thinnest part 8.3) mm (1 3/4 × 3 1/2 × 3/8 (Thinnest part 11/32) inches)

Dimension (w/h/d)

44.5

× 88.0 × 9.6 mm (1 13/16 × 3 1/2 × 13/32 inches)

Mass

Approx. 53 g (Approx. 1.9 oz)

Supplied Accessories

Headphones (1) Headphone extension cord (1) Earbuds (Size S, L) (1) USB cable* 1 (1) Attachment (1) Use when connecting the player to the optional cradle, etc. CD-ROM* 2 (1) (NW-A805/A806/A808) SonicStage software Image Converter software* 3 Operation Guide (PDF file) CD-ROM* 4 (1) (NWZ-A815/A816/A818) MP3 Coversion Tool Windows Media Player 11 Operation Guide (PDF file)

Quick Start Guide (1) * 1 Do not use any USB cable other than the supplied USB cable or the specified optional dedicated cables. * 2 Do not attempt to play this CD-ROM in an audio CD player. * 3 Use this player together with the supplied Image Converter software (version 3.0 or later). This software is referred as Image Converter in this manual. * 4 Depending on the country/region in which you have purchased the player, the supplied software may be different.

Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.

NW-A805/A806/A808/NWZ-A815/A816/A818

SECTION 1 SERVICING NOTES

Ver. 1.2

TABLE OF CONTENTS

1.

SERVICING NOTES ...............................................

3

2.

GENERAL ...................................................................

6

3.

DISASSEMBLY

3-1.

Disassembly Flow ...........................................................

7

3-2.

Rear Cabinet Assy ...........................................................

7

3-3.

MAIN Board

....................................................................

8

3-4.

Holder Connector

8

3-5.

..........

9

3-6.

Note When Installing The SVX Switch Flexible (PWB Assy) .....................................................................

9

3-7.

Front Button

10

3-8.

SVX LCD Assy (LCD801), Battery Assy

10

3-9.

Front Cabinet Assy

11

4.

TEST MODE

12

5.

DIAGRAMS

5-1.

Block Diagram

18

5-2.

20

5-3.

Printed Wiring Boards – MAIN Section (2/2) –

21

5-4.

Schematic Diagram – MAIN Section (1/6) –

22

5-5.

Schematic Diagram – MAIN Section (2/6) –

23

5-6.

Schematic Diagram – MAIN Section (3/6) –

24

5-7.

Schematic Diagram – MAIN Section (4/6) –

25

5-8.

Schematic Diagram – MAIN Section (5/6) –

26

5-9.

Schematic Diagram – MAIN Section (6/6) –

27

6.

EXPLODED VIEWS

6-1.

Rear Cabinet Section (NW-A805/A806/A808)

41

6-2.

42

6-3.

MAIN Board, NAND Board Section

(NW-A805/A806/A808) ..................................................

43

6-4.

MAIN Board, NAND Board Section

(NWZ-A815/A816/A818)

44

6-5.

Front Cabinet Section

45

7.

ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST

46

Notes on chip component replacement

Never reuse a disconnected chip component.

Notice that the minus side of a tantalum capacitor may be

damaged by heat.

Flexible Circuit Board Repairing

Keep the temperature of the soldering iron around 270 ˚C during repairing. Do not touch the soldering iron on the same conductor of the circuit board (within 3 times). Be careful not to apply force on the conductor when soldering or unsoldering.

CAUTION

Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced.

Replace only with the same or equivalent type.

UNLEADED SOLDER

Boards requiring use of unleaded solder are printed with the lead-

free mark (LF) indicating the solder contains no lead. (Caution: Some printed circuit boards may not come printed with the lead free mark due to their particular size)

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: LEAD FREE MARK

Unleaded solder has the following characteristics. Unleaded solder melts at a temperature about 40 ˚C higher than ordinary solder. Ordinary soldering irons can be used but the iron tip has to be applied to the solder joint for a slightly longer time. Soldering irons using a temperature regulator should be set to about 350 ˚C. Caution: The printed pattern (copper foil) may peel away if the heated tip is applied for too long, so be careful! Strong viscosity Unleaded solder is more viscou-s (sticky, less prone to flow) than ordinary solder so use caution not to let solder bridges occur such as on IC pins, etc. Usable with ordinary solder It is best to use only unleaded solder but unleaded solder may also be added to ordinary solder.

NOTE THE IC301, IC302, IC501, IC503, IC505, IC506, IC509, IC601, IC602, IC701, IC802, IC803, IC901 AND IC903 ON THE MAIN BOARD REPLACING

When IC301, IC302, IC501, IC503, IC505, IC506, IC509, IC601, IC602, IC701, IC802, IC803, IC901 and IC903 on the MAIN board is damaged, exchange the new MAIN board for the MAIN board which IC damaged.

NOTE THE CN601 ON THE MAIN BOARD REPLACING

When CN601 on the MAIN board is damaged, exchange the new

MAIN board for the MAIN board which connector damaged.

MinimumSystem Requirements (for the player)

Computer IBM PC/AT or compatible computer preinstalled with the following Windows operating systems:

Windows 2000 Professional (Service Pack 4 or later)/Windows XP Home Edition (Service Pack 2 or later)/Windows XP Professional (Service Pack 2 or later)/Windows XP Media Center Edition (Service Pack 2 or later)/Windows XP Media Center Edition 2004 (Service Pack 2 or later)/Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005 (Service Pack 2 or later)/Windows Vista Home Basic/Windows Vista Home Premium/Windows Vista Business/Windows Vista Ultimate Not supported by 64 bit version OS. Not supported by OSs other than above. CPU: Pentium III 733 MHz or higher (For Windows Vista, Pentium III 800 MHz or higher)

RAM: 128 MB or more (For Windows XP, 256 MB or more; for Windows Vista, 512 MB or more)

Hard Disk drive: 240 MB or more of available space (1.5 GB or more is recommended) More space may be required, depending on the version of the operating system. Additional space is required for storing music, video and photo data. Display:

Screen Resolution: 800 × 600 pixels (or higher) (recommended 1,024 × 768 or higher)

Colors: High Color (16 bit) (or higher) (SonicStage and Image Converter may not operate properly at color settings at or below 256 colors.) CD-ROM drive (supporting Digital Music CD playback capabilities using WDM) To create original CDs or to back up audio CDs, a CD-R/RW drive is required. Sound board USB port (Hi-Speed USB is recommended) Internet Explorer 6.0 or later and DirectX version 9.0b or later need to be installed. Internet connection is required to use the CD Data Base (CDDB) or Electronic Music Distribution (EMD) or to restore the backup data with SonicStage. When converting Windows Media format videos, it is required to have installed the latest Windows Media Player. When converting QuickTime or M4V format videos, it is required to have installed the latest QuickTime.

We do not guarantee operation for all computers even if they meet the above System Requirements.

Not supported by the following environments:

Personally constructed computers or operating systems An environment that is an upgrade of the original manufacturer-installed operating system Multi-boot environment Multi-monitor environment Macintosh

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Ver. 1.3

NOTE THE MAIN BOARD REPLACING

When the MAIN board is replaced, format it according to the following.

Formatting Memory (Format)

You can format the built-in flash memory of the player. If the memory is formatted, all music, video and photo data, etc., will be erased.

Be sure to verify the data stored in memory prior to formatting and export any important data to SonicStage or the hard disk of your computer.

Settings
Settings
NW-A805/A806/A808/NWZ-A815/A816/A818 Ver. 1.3 NOTE THE MAIN BOARD REPLACING When the MAIN board is replaced, format it

5-way button

BACK/HOME

button

  • This function is only available in the pause mode.

  • 1 Press and hold the BACK/HOME button in the pause mode until the Home menu appears.

  • 2 Press the f/F/g/G button to select the 7 button to conrm.

NW-A805/A806/A808/NWZ-A815/A816/A818 Ver. 1.3 NOTE THE MAIN BOARD REPLACING When the MAIN board is replaced, format it

(Settings), and then press

  • 3 Press the f/F/g/G button to select “Common Settings,” and then press the 7 button to conrm. The list of Common Settings options appears.

  • 4 Press the f/F/g/G button to select “Format,” and then press the 7 button to conrm. “All data including songs will be deleted. Proceed?” appears.

  • 5 Press the f/F button to select “Yes,” and then press the 7 button to conrm. “All data will be deleted. Proceed?” appears.

  • 6 Press the f/F button to select “Yes,” and then press the 7 button to conrm. While the memory is being formatted, an animated display appears. When initialization finishes, “Memory formatted.” appears.

To cancel the operation

Select “No” in step 5 or 6 and press the 7 button to confirm.

To return to the previous menu

Press the BACK/HOME button.

  • Do not format the built-in flash memory using Windows Explorer. ABOUT THE BLUE COLOR TYPE OF THE NWZ-A816 US MODEL Blue color type of NWZ-A816 US model is using parts of violet color type.

COLOR VARIATION

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Ver. 1.4

Model

Destination

 

COLOR

 

BLACK

VIOLET

WHITE

PINK

SILVER

BLUE

 

CND

z

 

z

     

AEP, UK

z

 

zzz

     

FR

z

 

zzz

     

NW-A805

EE

z

 

zzz

     

E, AUS, JE

 

z

z

     

MX

 

z

       

CH

z

 

zzz

     
 

CND

z

   

z

   

AEP, UK

z

 

zzz

     

FR

z

 

z

     

NW-A806

EE

z

 

z

     

E, AUS, JE

z

 

zzz

     

MX

z

z

       

CH

z

 

z

     
 

CND

z

         

AEP, UK

z

 

z

     

FR

z

         

NW-A808

EE

z

         

E, AUS, JE

z

         

MX

z

         

CH

z

         
 

US

z

   

zzz

   

US (CircuitCity)

zz

   

z

   

NWZ-A815

CND, AEP, UK, NZ, HK, SP, AUS

z

 

z

     

FR

z

 

z

     

EE

z

 

z

     
 

US

z

 

z

z

 

zz (Note)

US (BestBuy)

z

   

zz

   

NWZ-A816

US (CircuitCity)

z

         

CND, AEP, UK, NZ, HK, SP, AUS

z

   

zzzz

   

FR

z

   

zzzz

   

EE

z

   

zzzz

   
 

US

z

     

z

 

CND, AEP, UK, NZ, HK, SP, AUS

z

 

zzz

     

NWZ-A818

FR

z

         

EE

z

 

zzz

     

Note: Blue color type of NWZ-A816 US model is using parts of violet color type.

Abbreviation AUS : Australian model

CH : Chinese model CND : Canadian model EE : East European model FR : French model HK : Hong kong model JE : Tourist model

  • MX : Mexican model

NZ : New Zealand model

SP : Singapore model

NW-A805/A806/A808/NWZ-A815/A816/A818

SECTION 2

GENERAL

This section is extracted from instruction manual.

Parts and Controls

Front

Rear
Rear
  • 1 5-way button* 1

  • 5 OPTION/PWR OFF button* 2

  • 8 Strap hole

Starts playback and enables navigation of the player’s on-screen menus.

Displays the Option menu. If you press and hold the OPTION/ PWR OFF button, the screen turns

This is used to attach a strap (sold separately).

off and the player enters the standby

  • 9 HOLD switch

  • 2 BACK/HOME button* 2

Press to go up one list screen level, or to return to the previous menu. Press and hold the BACK/HOME button to display the Home menu.

  • 3 WM-PORT jack

Use this jack to connect the supplied USB cable, or optional peripheral devices, such as supported accessories for the WM-PORT.

  • 4 Headphone jack

For connecting the headphones or the headphone extension cord. Insert the jack pin until it clicks into place. If the headphones are connected improperly, the sound from the headphones may not sound right.

mode. If you press any button while the player is in the standby mode, the Now Playing screen appears and the player is ready for operation. Furthermore, if you leave the player in the standby mode for about a day,

the player turns completely off automatically. If you press any button when the player is turned off, the start up screen appears first, then the Now Playing screen appears.

Note
Note

The player consumes the battery very slightly even when it is in the standby mode. Therefore, the player might turn completely off in a short time, depending on the power remaining in

the battery.

You can protect the player against accidental operation by using the HOLD switch when carrying it. By sliding the HOLD switch in the direction of the arrow, all operation buttons are disabled. If you slide the HOLD switch to the opposite position, the HOLD function is released.

* 1 There are tactile dots. Use them to help with button operations.

* 2 Functions of marked with

NW-A805/A806/A808/NWZ-A815/A816/A818 SECTION 2 GENERAL This section is extracted from instruction manual. Parts and Controls Front Rear

on the

player are activated if you press and hold

the corresponding buttons.

6 VOL+* 1 /-- button Whenusing the headphone extension cord Adjusts the volume. 7 RESET button
6
VOL+* 1 /-- button
Whenusing the headphone
extension cord
Adjusts the volume.
7
RESET button
Resets the player when you press the
RESET button with a small pin, etc.
Headphone
extension cord
Headphones

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SECTION 3 DISASSEMBLY

Ver. 1.3

This set can be disassembled in the order shown below.

3-1.

DISASSEMBLY FLOW

SET
SET
3-2. REAR CABINET ASSY (Page 7) 3-3. MAIN BOARD (Page 8) 3-4. HOLDER CONNECTOR (Page 8)
3-2.
REAR CABINET ASSY
(Page 7)
3-3.
MAIN BOARD
(Page 8)
3-4.
HOLDER CONNECTOR
(Page 8)
3-5.
NAND BOARD,
SVX SWITCH FLEXIBLE (PWB ASSY)
(Page 9)
3-6.
NOTE WHEN INSTALLING THE SVX SWITCH FLEXIBLE (PWB ASSY)
(Page 9)
3-7.
FRONT BUTTON
(Page 10)
3-8.
SVX LCD ASSY (LCD801),
BATTERY ASSY
(Page 10)

3-9.

FRONT CABINET ASSY (Page 11)

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

3-2.

REAR CABINET ASSY

4 two claws Note 1: Adhesive (rear) cannot re-used. Please replace to brand-new part once adhesive
4 two claws
Note 1: Adhesive (rear) cannot re-used.
Please replace to brand-new part
once adhesive (rear) is removed.
8 rear cabinet assy
Note 2: On installation of hold button,
adjust the position of hold
3 claw
switch (S602) hold
button.
(BLACK, SILVER,
VIOLET, BLUE models only)
7 spacer (belt)
3 claw
hold button
5
6 adhesive (rear)
2 claw
hold switch (S602)
1 two ornament pins
hold button
6 adhesive (rear)
Note 3: Blue color type of NWZ-A816 US model
is using parts of violet color type.
hold switch (S602)

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3-3. MAIN BOARD 9 insulating sheet (main) 1 cushion (connector) q; spacer (PWB) 2 sheet (harness)
3-3.
MAIN BOARD
9 insulating sheet (main)
1 cushion (connector)
q; spacer (PWB)
2 sheet (harness)
6
screw (M1.4)
qa spacer (IC)
qg MAIN board
4 battery assy connector
(CN901)
3 LCD flexible board
(CN801)
qf spacer (SRAM)
qs Remove
two solders.
8
connector
(CN601)
qd shield case (main)
qs Remove
two solders.
– rear view –
5 Unsolder three places of the
HP flexible board,
and turn it up without applying
an excessive force.
  • 7 Turn up the LCD flexible board.

– rear view –

3-4. HOLDER CONNECTOR 5 connector door assy NOTE WHEN INSTALLING THE SPRING (DOOR) 3 4 shaft
3-4.
HOLDER CONNECTOR
5 connector door assy
NOTE WHEN INSTALLING THE SPRING (DOOR)
3
4 shaft
Note: Hook the spring (door) on the part A of connector door assy
and the part B of holder connector as shown in the figure.
6
spring (door)
2
4 shaft
holder connector
spring (door)
A
B
1 Lift up the
holder connector.
7 holder connector
connector door assy
– side view –

– rear view –

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Ver. 1.4

3-5. NAND BOARD, SVX SWITCH FLEXIBLE (PWB ASSY) 9 sheet (NAND) (NW-A805/A806/ 3 two screws (M1.4)
3-5.
NAND BOARD, SVX SWITCH FLEXIBLE (PWB ASSY)
9 sheet (NAND)
(NW-A805/A806/
3 two screws (M1.4)
NWZ-A815/A816 only)
q; spacer (NAND)
qa NAND board
6 Remove three solders.
5 Lift up the NAND board.
4 Turn up the LCD flexible board.
2 Lift up the
SVX swtch flexible (PWB assy).
7 insulating sheet
8 SVX swtch flexible (PWB assy)
1 two claws
– rear view –
3-6.
NOTE WHEN INSTALLING THE SVX SWITCH FLEXIBLE (PWB ASSY)

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

Note: Route the lead wires as shown in the figure, and solder them at the angle
Note: Route the lead wires as shown in the figure,
and solder them at the angle shown in the figure.
SVX swtch flexible (PWB assy)
2 Holding the bent part,
rotate the SVX swtch flexible (PWB assy)
by 3 or 4 turns in the arrow direction,
and twist to bind the lead wires.
Note: The soldering height
should be less than 0.8 mm.
1 Bend the switch flexible board.
lead wire (red)
lead wire (gray)
claw
LCD holder
About 45°
lead wires
front cabinet assy
claw
About 45°
lead wire (black)
– rear view –
NAND board
3 Holding the bent part, push in the
SVX swtch flexible (PWB assy)
until it gets stuck by two claws
of the front cabinet assy.

4 Push the lead wires completely into a space between front cabinet assy and LCD holder.

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3-7. FRONT BUTTON 2 front button 1 Turn up the LCD flexible board. – rear view
3-7.
FRONT BUTTON
2 front button
1 Turn up the LCD flexible board.
– rear view –
3-8.
SVX LCD ASSY (LCD801), BATTERY ASSY
1 screw (B1.4) q; spacer (rear) 4 adhesive (LCD) Note: Adhesive (LCD) cannot re-used. Please replace
1 screw (B1.4)
q; spacer (rear)
4 adhesive (LCD)
Note: Adhesive (LCD) cannot re-used.
Please replace to brand-new part
ones adhesive (LCD) is removed.
1 screw (B1.4)
qa battery assy
9 cushion (BATT)
7 two claws
3 Turn down the LCD flexible board.
6 adhesive (LCD)
Note: Adhesive (LCD) cannot re-used.
Please replace to brand-new part
ones adhesive (LCD) is removed.
5 Open the LCD flexible board.
8 SVX LCD assy
(LCD801)
7 two claws
7 claw
2
– rear view –

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3-9. FRONT CABINET ASSY Note: The VOL button should be oriented as shown in the figure
3-9.
FRONT CABINET ASSY
Note: The VOL button should be oriented
as shown in the figure when it is installed.
Note: NAND gasket cannot re-used.
Please replace to brand-new part
ones NAND gasket is removed.
VOL button
3 NAND gasket
1 VOL button
4 conductive sheet (jack)
front cabinet assy
rear cabinet assy
5 front cabinet assy
front cabinet assy back view
2 gasket (rear)
Note: Gasket (rear) cannot re-used.
Please replace to brand-new part
ones gasket (rear) is removed.
– side view –

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SECTION 4

TEST MODE

Note: Information on the test mode must correspond in enough securi-

ty. When the leakage has been revealed by any chance, the source

of information is specified.

4-1-1.

Power supply voltage check

This mode is used in case power supply voltage in the state where

all power supply lines are starting is checked.

1. SETTING THE TEST MODE Checking method: Note: Perform the test mode in the state of
1.
SETTING THE TEST MODE
Checking method:
Note: Perform the test mode in the state of 3.6 V or more in the
1.
Enter the test mode.
battery voltage.
2.
Press the v / V key to select the “POWER”, and press the B
Setting method:
key to enter the minor item.
1.
Turn the power on.
3.
Press the v / V key to select the “VCHK”.
2.
Press the [BACK] key for 1.5 seconds or more, the home menu
4.
Press the u key, all power supply lines are started.
is displayed.
3.
Slide the [HOLD] key to set the hold on.
liquid crystal display
4.
While pressing the [OPTION] ke y, press the key as follow-
ing order.
v → B → V → b → v → u → v → b → V → B →
v → u
5.
The set reboots when the [HOLD] key is slided to set the hold
off, and the color bar is displayed in the liquid crystal display.
6.
Enter the test mode when the [BACK] key is pressed in the
POWER VCHK
state of step 5.
Note: The destination setting and sound pressure regulation set-
ting cannot be executed by this test mode.
2.
RELEASING THE TEST MODE
1.
Display the major item selection screen.
START
2.
Press the v / V key to select the “EXITTEST”, and press the
B key to select the “SURE ?”.
In this state, the power supply voltage of each power supply line
3.
Press the u key, turn the power off and release the test mode.
can be confirmed by measuring the voltage.
5.
Press the [BACK] key, return to minor item selection screen.
3.
CONFIGURATION OF THE TEST MODE
4-1-2. Consumption current (audio playback) check
Major item switching:
Major item
[ v ]/ [ ] key
V
This mode is used in case consumption current (audio playback) is
checked in the state where “1 kHz 0 dBs L-ch/R-ch VOLUME: 15”
[B ] key
[
b ] key
audio signal is outputed.
Minor item switching:
Checking method:
Minor item
[v ]/ [V ] key
1.
Enter the test mode.
2.
Press the v / V key to select the “POWER”, and press the B
[
u
] key
key to enter the minor item.
3.
Press the v / V key to select the “ACHK”.
Start
[BACK] key
4.
Press the u key, “1 kHz 0 dBs L-ch/R-ch VOLUE: 15” audio
signal is outputed.
Automatic
liquid crystal display
Finish
or
Result
POWER ACHK
4.
OPERATION OF THE TEST MODE
1kHz 0dBs L/Rch
HPOUT [ VOL: 15 ]
4-1.
Power
liquid crystal display
MPTAPP MENU
POWER
VCHK
START
AUDIO
ACHK
VIDEO
DSVCHK
OTHER
CHGCHK
5.
In this state, each time the [OPTION] key is pressed, LCD back
SHUTDOWN
BATTCHK
light on/off switch is performed.
EXITTEST
6.
Press the [BACK] key, return to minor item selection screen.

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4-1-3. Standby current check 4-1-5. Battery voltage check This mode is used in case standby current
4-1-3.
Standby current check
4-1-5.
Battery voltage check
This mode is used in case standby current is checked.
This mode is used in case battery voltage is checked.
Checking method:
Checking method:
1.
Enter the test mode.
1.
Enter the test mode.
2.
Press the v / V key to select the “POWER”, and press the B
2.
Press the v / V key to select the “POWER”, and press the B
key to enter the minor item.
key to enter the minor item.
3.
Press the v / V key to select the “DSVCHK”.
3.
Press the v / V key to select the “BATTCHK”.
4.
Press the u key, enter the state of the deep sleep.
4.
Press the u key, the battery voltage is displayed.
5.
Press the [BACK] key, release the state of the deep sleep.
When the battery voltage cannot be confirmed, “ERROR” is
displayed.
liquid crystal display
liquid crystal display
POWER DSVCHK
POWER BATTCHK
X.XXXV
OK
6.
Press the [BACK] key, return to minor item selection screen.
X.XXXV: Battery voltage
4-1-4.
Charge current check
6.
Press the [BACK] key, return to minor item selection screen.
This mode is used in case charge current is checked.
4-2. Audio
Checking method:
While playing the audio track, it's in a repeat state. If [BACK] key is
1.
Enter the test mode.
pressed, it’s stopped.
2.
Press the v / V key to select the “POWER”, and press the B
Press the [VOL +] ke y to switch the HP/LINE.
key to enter the minor item.
3.
Press the v / V key to select the “CHGCHK”.
liquid crystal display
4.
Press the u key, the charge setting is displayed.
MPTAPP MENU
liquid crystal display
POWER
AUDIO
OUTPUT
VIDEO
SN
OTHER
F1
SHUTDOWN
F2
POWER CHGCHK
EXITTEST
SEPLR
AC
SEPRL
MAXOUT
NMLZR
SPCHK
AC
5.
In this state, each time the [OPTION] key is pressed, the port
setting for the charge is changed as shown in the table below.
Port control
Display
CHG_XCHGEN
CHG_PEN
CHG_PEN2
AC
L
H
H
USB500
L
H
H
USB100
L
H
L
6.
Press the [BACK] key, return to minor item selection screen.

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4-2-1. Output check 4-2-3. Frequency characteristic 1 check “1 kHz 0 dBs L-ch/R-ch VOLUME: 25” audio
4-2-1.
Output check
4-2-3.
Frequency characteristic 1 check
“1 kHz 0 dBs L-ch/R-ch VOLUME: 25” audio signal is outputted.
“20 Hz 0 dBs L-ch/R-ch VOLUME: 25” audio signal is outputted.
Checking method:
Checking method:
1.
Enter the test mode.
1.
Enter the test mode.
2.
Press the v / V key to select the “AUDIO”, and press the B
2.
Press the v / V key to select the “AUDIO”, and press the B
key to enter the minor item.
key to enter the minor item.
3.
Press the v / V key to select the “OUTPUT”.
3.
Press the v / V key to select the “F1”.
4.
Press the u key, “1 kHz 0 dBs L-ch/R-ch VOLUME: 25”
4.
Press the u key, “20 Hz 0 dBs L-ch/R-ch VOLUME: 25”
audio signal is outputted.
audio signal is outputted.
liquid crystal display
liquid crystal display
AUDIO OUTPUT
AUDIO F1
1kHz 0dBs L/Rch
20Hz 0dBs L/Rch
HPOUT [ VOL: 25 ]
HPOUT [ VOL: 25 ]
START
START
5.
Press the [BACK] key, return to minor item selection screen.
5.
Press the [BACK] key, return to minor item selection screen.
4-2-2.
S/N check
4-2-4. Frequency characteristic 2 check
“Infinity Zero VOLUME: 30” audio signal is outputted.
“20 kHz 0 dBs L-ch/R-ch VOLUME: 25” audio signal is outputted.
Checking method:
Checking method:
1.
Enter the test mode.
1.
Enter the test mode.
2.
Press the v / V
key to select the “AUDIO”, and press the B
2.
Press the v / V key to select the “AUDIO”, and press the B
key to enter the minor item.
key to enter the minor item.
3.
Press the v / V key to select the “SN”.
3.
Press the v / V key to select the “F2”.
4.
Press the u key, “Infinity Zero VOLUME: 30” audio signal
4.
Press the u key, “20 kHz 0 dBs L-ch/R-ch VOLUME: 25”
is outputted.
audio signal is outputted.
liquid crystal display
liquid crystal display
AUDIO SN
AUDIO F2
Infinity Zero
20kHz 0dBs L/Rch
HPOUT [ VOL: 30 ]
HPOUT [ VOL: 25 ]
START
START
5.
Press the [BACK] key, return to minor item selection screen.
5.
Press the [BACK] key, return to minor item selection screen.

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4-2-5. CH separation (L-ch) check 4-2-7. Maximum output check “1 kHz 0 dBs L-ch VOLUME: 25”
4-2-5.
CH separation (L-ch) check
4-2-7. Maximum output check
“1 kHz 0 dBs L-ch VOLUME: 25” audio signal is outputted.
“1 kHz 0 dBs L-ch/R-ch VOLUME: 30” (Headphone output when
AVLS operates: “1 kHz 0 dBs L-ch/R-ch VOLUME: 13”) audio sig-
Checking method:
nal is outputted.
1.
Enter the test mode.
2.
Press the v / V key to select the “AUDIO”, and press the B
Checking method:
key to enter the minor item.
1.
Enter the test mode.
3.
Press the v / V key to select the “SEPLR”.
2.
Press the v / V key to select the “AUDIO”, and press the B
4.
Press the u key, “1 kHz 0 dBs L-ch VOLUME: 25” audio
key to enter the minor item.
signal is outputted.
3.
Press the v / V key to select the “MAXOUT”.
4.
Press the u key, “1 kHz 0 dBs L-ch/R-ch VOLUME: 30”
liquid crystal display
(Headphone output when AVLS operates: “1 kHz 0 dBs L-ch/
R-ch VOLUME: 13”) audio signal is outputted.
liquid crystal display
AUDIO SEPLR
1kHz 0dBs Lch
HPOUT [ VOL: 25 ]
AUDIO MAXOUT
1kHz 0dBs L/Rch
HPOUT [ VOL: 30 ]
AVLS OFF
START
5.
Press the [BACK] key, return to minor item selection screen.
START
4-2-6.
CH separation (R-ch) check
5.
In this state, each time the [OPTION] key is pressed, AVLS on/
“1 kHz 0 dBs R-ch VOLUME: 25” audio signal is outputted.
off switch is performed.
6.
Press the [BACK] key, return to minor item selection screen.
Checking method:
1.
Enter the test mode.
4-2-8.
Normalizer check
2.
Press the v / V key to select the “AUDIO”, and press the B
key to enter the minor item.
“1 kHz –24 dBs L-ch/R-ch VOLUME: 30” audio signal is output-
3.
Press the v / V key to select the “SEPRL”.
ted.
4.
Press the u key, “1 kHz 0 dBs R-ch VOLUME: 25” audio
signal is outputted.
Checking method:
1.
Enter the test mode.
liquid crystal display
2.
Press the v / V key to select the “AUDIO”, and press the B
key to enter the minor item.
3.
Press the v / V key to select the “NMLZR”.
4.
Press the u key, “1 kHz –24 dBs L-ch/R-ch VOLUME: 30”
audio signal is outputted.
AUDIO SEPRL
1kHz 0dBs Rch
liquid crystal display
HPOUT [ VOL: 25 ]
AUDIO NMLZR
1kHz –24dBs L/Rch
HPOUT [ VOL: 30 ]
START
5.
Press the [BACK] key, return to minor item selection screen.
START
5.
Press the [BACK] key, return to minor item selection screen.

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4-2-9. Sound pressure regulation level check 4-4. Other “1 kHz 0 dBs L-ch/R-ch VOLUME: 30” audio
4-2-9.
Sound pressure regulation level check
4-4.
Other
“1 kHz 0 dBs L-ch/R-ch VOLUME: 30” audio signal is outputted.
liquid crystal display
Checking method:
MPTAPP MENU
1.
Enter the test mode.
2.
Press the v / V key to select the “AUDIO”, and press the B
POWER
key to enter the minor item.
AUDIO
VIDEO
3.
Press the v / V key to select the “SPCHK”.
OTHER
CLOCK
4.
Press the u key, “1 kHz 0 dBs L-ch/R-ch VOLUME: 30”
SHUTDOWN
KEY
audio signal is outputted.
EXITTEST
FORMAT
DEST
liquid crystal display
SPSET
FWVER
NCAPCHK
AUDIO SPCHK
1kHz 0dBs L/Rch
4-4-1. Clock check
HPOUT [ VOL: 30 ]
The movement of an internal clock is confirmed.
Checking method:
1.
Enter the test mode.
2.
Press the v / V key to select the “OTHER”, and press the B
key to enter the minor item.
START
3.
Press the v / V key to select the “CLOCK”.
4.
Press the u key, date and time are displayed.
5.
Press the [BACK] key, return to minor item selection screen.
liquid crystal display
4-3.
Video
liquid crystal display
MPTAPP MENU
OTHER CLOCK
XX, XX XX XXXX
POWER
##:##:##.######
AUDIO
VIDEO
LCD
OTHER
SHUTDOWN
EXITTEST
START
XX, XX XX XXXX
: Date
##:##:##.######
: Time
4-3-1. LCD display check
“START” changes into “OK” if the movement of an internal
clock is confirmed.
Liquid crystal display is checked.
5.
Press the [BACK] key, return to minor item selection screen.
Checking method:
1.
Enter the test mode.
2.
Press the
v / V
key to select the “VIDEO”, and press the B
key to select the “LCD”.
3.
Press the u key, all black is displayed on the liquid crystal
display.
4.
In this state, each time the [OPTION] key is pressed, the screen
display changes in the following order.
All black (default) → All red → All green → All blue → All
white → Color bar → Maximum drawing size confirmation
Maximum drawing size confirmation:
All blue (All sides are red) is displayed. Whether red in all
sides is seen is confirmed.
4.
In this state, each time the [VOL ---] key is pressed, LCD back
light brightness min/max/middle switch is performed.
5.
Press the [BACK] key, return to minor item selection screen.

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4-4-2. Key check 4-4-6. Firmware version check The operation of the key is confirmed. The firmware
4-4-2. Key check
4-4-6. Firmware version check
The operation of the key is confirmed.
The firmware version is displayed.
Checking method:
Checking method:
1.
Enter the test mode.
1.
Enter the test mode.
2.
Press the v / V key to select the “OTHER”, and press the B
2.
Press the v / V key to select the “OTHER”, and press the B
key to enter the minor item.
key to enter the minor item.
3.
Press the v / V key to select the “KEY”.
3.
Press the v / V key to select the “FWVER”.
4.
Press the u key, all keys are displayed.
4.
Press the u key, the firmware version is displayed.
liquid crystal display
liquid crystal display
OTHER KEY
OTHER FWVER
UP
VOL+
X.XX.XX
REW
PLAY
FF VOL–
DOWN
OPTION
HOLD
BACK
START
5.
The character corresponding to the key is selected every time
X.XX.XX : Firmware version
the key is pressed. “START” changes into “OK” if all keys are
pressed.
5.
Press the [BACK] key, return to minor item selection screen.
6.
Slide the [HOLD] key from ON to OFF, return to minor item
selection screen.
4-4-7.
NAND capacity check
(firmware version 1.00.19 former)
4-4-3. Format
Capacity of NAND flash memory is displayed.
The user’s area is formatted, and ICV for the video and ICV for
audio are initialized.
Checking method:
1.
Enter the test mode.
Note: Not used for the servicing.
2.
Press the v / V key to select the “OTHER”, and press the B
Format the set from “Settings” → “Common settings” →
key to enter the minor item.
“Format” when it home menu in usually operates when the
3.
Press the v / V key to select the “NCAPCHK”.
set should format it.
4.
Press the u key, capacity of NAND flash memory is dis-
played.
4-4-4.
Destination setting
liquid crystal display
The destination setting, language information, and sound pressure
regulation information are written in the NAND flash memory.
Note: Not used for the servicing.
OTHER NCAPCHK
4-4-5.
Sound pressure regulation setting
X
GB
ON/OFF of sound pressure regulation is confirmed.
Note: Not used for the servicing.
X GB
: Capacity of NAND flash memory

2 GB/4 GB/8 GB

  • 5. Press the [BACK] key, return to minor item selection screen.

4-4-8. NAND capacity check

(since firmware version 1.00.20)

Capacity of NAND flash memory, present bud block, maximum

bud block, and vender ID are displayed.

Checking method: 1. Enter the test mode. 2. Press the v / V key to select
Checking method:
1.
Enter the test mode.
2.
Press the v / V key to select the “OTHER”, and press the B
key to enter the minor item.
3.
Press the v / V key to select the “NCAPCHK”.
4.
Press the u key, capacity of NAND flash memory, present
bud block, maximum bud block, and vender ID are displayed.
liquid crystal display
OTHER NCAPCHK
X @@@@ #### $$$$
X
: Capacity of NAND flash memory
2/4/8 (2 GB/4 GB/ 8 GB)
@@@@ : Number of present bud block
(It makes an error the acquisition of the number
of bud blocks at “–1”)
####
: Number of maximum bud block
(It makes an error the acquisition of the vender ID
at “–1”)
$$$$
: Vender ID of NAND flash memory
0x98/0xec (TOSHIBA/SAMSUNG)
(It makes an error the acquisition of the vender ID
at “–1”)
5.
Press the [BACK] key, return to minor item selection screen.
4-5. Shutdown
Function that power supply of set can be turned off without ending
static test mode.
Procedure:
1.
Enter the test mode.
2.
Press the v / V key to select the “SHUTDOWN”, and press
the B key to select the “SURE ?”.
3.
Press the u key, turn the power off while having entered the
test mode.

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5-1.

BLOCK DIAGRAM

SECTION 5

DIAGRAMS

USB SYSTEM CONTROLLER, POWER CONTROL, LCD DRIVER, NAND FLASH INTERFACE, MS INTERFACE, SD-RAM INTERFACE HEADPHONE/LINE CONTROLLER
USB
SYSTEM CONTROLLER, POWER CONTROL,
LCD DRIVER, NAND FLASH INTERFACE,
MS INTERFACE, SD-RAM INTERFACE
HEADPHONE/LINE
CONTROLLER
SELECTOR
CN851 (1/2)
IC501
IC601
IC303
(WM-PORT)
J301
A/D CONVERTER,
(HEADPHONE)
D+
3
A3
DP
D/A CONVERTER
CD0 – CD15
USB DATA0 – USB DATA15
AB0_D0 – AB0_D15
NO1
2
D–
4
A4
DM
IC302
NO2
10
CA1 – CA8
USB ADDRESS1 – USB ADDRESS8
AB0_A1 – AB0_A8
AOUTA 11
3
COM1
CN851 (2/2)
PM0_SO AC22
32
SDIN
AOUTB 10
9
COM2
(WM-PORT)
B8
XI
XCS
H2
F22 AB0_CSZ2
X501
XRD G3
J19 AB0_RDZ
NC1
4
14
AU_L_OUT
12MHz
C8
XO
XDACK
F4
F23 AB0_XACK
NC2
8
17
AU_R_OUT
XDREQ G4
E24 AB0_XDRQ
5
7
MUTING
MUTING
IC508
LEVEL SHIFT
Q302
Q303
XINT
E3
AC5 USB_INT1
IC509
CRD_LINEOUT
AA1
AB14
USB_INT2
MUTING
HP_XMUTE Y3
CONTROL
D FLIP-FLOP
XWRH
F3
H16 AB0_WRZ
Q301, 304
IC505, 506
XWRL H3
IC507
E19 FLASHCLK
AIN1A 23
13
AU_L_IN
PM0_SI AD22
29
SDOUT
AIN1B 24
16
AU_R_IN
P10 RESETZ
SPIO_SO AC8
2
SDA/CDIN
RESET SWITCH
XRESET D1
IC502
AB13
USB_XRST
SPIO_SK AC7
3
SCL/CCLK
PM0_CLK AC21
31
SCLK
PM0_SEN AB22
1
LRCK
T26
CKO
REFCLKO U18
30
MCLK
X603
SPIO_SCZ2 AD7
4
AD0/nCS
11.2896MHz
U26
CKI
ADA_XRST AC20
25
nRESET
AC26
OSCOUT
X602
32.768kHz
LCD_R0 – LCD_R5
LCD_R0 – LCD_R5
LCD_R0 – LCD_R5
AB26
OSCIN
256Mbit SD-RAM
LCD_G0 – LCD_G5
LCD_G0 – LCD_G5
LCD_G0 – LCD_G5
IC701
LEVEL
SDR_DATA0 –
DQ0 – DQ31
SDR_D0O – SDR_D31
LCD_B0 – LCD_B5
LCD_B0 – LCD_B5
SHIFT
LCD_B0 – LCD_B5
SDR_DATA31
IC803
A0 – A12
SDR_A00 – SDR_A12
SDR_A0 – SDR_A12
LCD_VSYNC K24
LIQUID
LCD_HSYNC K22
BA0
J7
AB5 SDR_BA0
CRYSTAL
LCD_PXCLK P23
DISPLAY
BA1
H8
T4
SDR_BA1
LCD801
CLK
J1
AA5 SDR_CLK
CS
J8
T3
SDR_CSZ0
LCD BACK
LCD_BLTCTL V17
CKE
J2
T1
SDR_CKE0
LIGHT DRIVER
LCD_PWM1 AD23
WE
K8
R5 SDR_WEZ
IC802
CAS
K7
U8
SDR_CASZ
RAS
J9
T5
SDR_RASZ
LCD_PCI
W2
DQM0 K9
P5 SDR_DQM0
LCD_PON
W3
DQM1
K1
R4 SDR_DQM1
DQM2
F8
R3 SDR_DQM2
VCC_VBUS
DQM3
F2
R2 SDR_DQM3
VCC_DCIN
20
DCIN
VCC_VBUS
11
USB_DET
VCC_VBAT
12
UNREG_OUT
NAND_D0O – NAND_D07
NAND_DA0 – NAND_DA12
VDD_UNREG
E9
NAND_CLE
VDD_UNREG
20
SYS
DC
2
D3 NAND_ALE
21
SYS
DC
3
M9 NAND_CEZ0
DC/DC
VDD_DDCOUT20
USB
15
C2 NAND_CEZ1
CONVERTER
USB
16
B3 NAND_CEZ2
IC903
+3.1V
C3 NAND_CEZ3
SYS +3.1V
REGULATOR
POWER CONTROL,
NAND
A4 NAND_WEZ
IC602
CHARGE CONTROL
BOARD
E3
NAND_REZ
IC901
CHARGE
D2 NAND_RBZ0
+1.8V
CHG_ICTL Y2
CONTROL
11
ISET
BAT
17
H8 NAND_RBZ1
USB +1.8V
REGULATOR
VDD_ANA
Q903
BAT
18
IC504
J8
NAND_RBZ2
VDD_ECO
22
/DOK
K8 NAND_RBZ3
VDD_DDCIO
CHG_XCHGEN V10
4
/CEN
VDD_GP1
+3.1V
CHG_PEN2
W8
6
PEN2
C6 KEY_AD0
VDD_GP3
USB +3.1V
REGULATOR
USB_SUSPEND AB8
13
USUSS
B6 KEY_AD1
IC503
VDD_GP4
LITHIUM ION
XUSB_OK AB2
23
/UOK
VDD_HP
STRAGE
WAKE UP
USB_PWRCTL AD20
XCHG_DET AC4
19
/CHG
VDD_LO
BATTERY
SWITCH
AD5 KEY_WAKE
CHG_XFLT AB4
24
/FLT
+1.8V
3.7V 610mAh
Q603
VDD_LOG
HP/LINE +1.8V
REGULATOR
VDD_PLL
IC301
U13 WAKEUP
S601
AA2 WAKEUP_INT
RESET
U70_SOUT T17
10
TXD/SLEEP
G4 EXTRST
• SIGNAL PATH
U70_SRIN T18
8
RXD/WAKE
CRD_DET AB3
: AUDIO
OFF
S602
CRD_AD C8
9
CRD_AD
AD4 XHOLD_KEY
(HOLD)
ON
IN1
IN2

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Note for Printed Wiring Boards and Schematic Diagrams

Note on Printed Wiring Board:

Y : parts extracted from the conductor side.

• Note for Printed Wiring Boards and Schematic Diagrams Note on Printed Wiring Board: • Y

: Pattern from the side which enables seeing.

(The other layers' patterns are not indicated.)

Caution:

 

Pattern face side:

Parts on the pattern face side seen from

(Side B)

the pattern face are indicated.

Par ts face side:

Parts on the parts face side seen from

(Side A)

the parts face are indicated.

MAIN board is multi-layer printed board.

However, the patterns of intermediate-layers have not been

included in diagrams.

Note on Schematic Diagram:

All capacitors are in µF unless otherwise noted. (p: pF)

50 WV or less are not indicated except for electrolytics

and tantalums.

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

specified.

C : panel designation.

A : B+ Line.

Power voltage is dc 3.7 V and fed with regulated dc power

supply from CN901 pin 1 and pin 2 on the MAIN board.

Voltages are dc with respect to ground under no-signal

conditions.

no mark : PLAY BACK

Voltages are taken with a VOM (Input impedance 10 M).

Voltage variations may be noted due to normal produc-

tion tolerances.

Signal path.

F : AUDIO

L

: VIDEO

Abbreviation

FR

: French model

NW-A805/A806/A808/NWZ-A815/A816/A818

Ver. 1.2

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NW-A805/A806/A808/NWZ-A815/A816/A818

Semiconductor

Location

5-2.

PRINTED WIRING BOARDS – MAIN Section (1/2) –

NW-A805/A806/A808/NWZ-A815/A816/A818 • Semiconductor Location 5-2. PRINTED WIRING BOARDS – MAIN Section (1/2) – Ref. No. Location

: Uses unleaded solder.

Ref. No. Location 1 2 3 4 5 6 IC501 D-2 IC502 D-3 IC503 C-1 IC504
Ref. No.
Location
1
2 3
4
5
6
IC501
D-2
IC502
D-3
IC503
C-1
IC504
C-2
IC505
D-3
IC506
D-3
IC507
D-2
A
IC508
D-4
IC509
D-4
IC601
C-3
MAIN BOARD
(SIDE A)
IC701
C-4
C613
C697
C650
C660
C671
C674
C677
C655
C701
C713
IC903
B-6
CL621
C695
C615
C698
C651
C661
C680
C684
C687
C654
C702
C714
Q603
D-5
R635
C672
C675
C703
C704
C643
C640
C629
CL908
CL910
10
6
L901
11
C626
AF26
AF25 AF24
AF23
AF22 AF21 AF20
AF19 AF18 AF17 AF16 AF15 AF14 AF13
AF12 AF11 AF10
AF9
AF8
AF7
AF6
AF5
AF4
AF3
AF2
AF1
R9
R8
R7
R3
R2
R1
IC903
AE26
AE25T AE24 AE23
AE22 AE21 AE20 AE19 AE18
AE17 AE16 AE15
AE14 AE13 AE12 AE11 AE10
AE9
AE8
AE7
AE6
AE5
AE4
AE3
AE2
AE1
CL620
X602
P9
P8
P7
P3
P2
P1
AD26 AD25 AD24AD23AD22AD21AD20AD19AD18AD17AD16AD15AD14AD13AD12AD11AD10 AD9 AD8 AD7 AD6 AD5 AD4 AD3
AD2
AD1
1
B
5
AC26
AC25
AC24 AC23 AC22 AC21 AC20 AC19
AC18 AC17
AC16 AC15 AC14 AC13 AC12 AC11
AC10 AC9
AC8
AC7
AC6
AC5
AC4
AC3
AC2
AC1
N9
N8
N7
N3
N2
N1
AB26AB25AB24AB23AB22 AB21AB20AB19AB18AB17AB16AB15AB14AB13AB12AB11AB10 AB9 AB8 AB7 AB6
AA26 AA25 AA24 AA23 AA22
Y26 Y25 Y24 Y23 Y22
AB5
AB4
AB3
AB2
AB1
AA5 AA4 AA3 AA2 AA1
M9
M8
M7
M3
M2
M1
C609
C688
Y5
Y4
Y3
Y2
Y1
L9
L8
L7
L3
L2
L1
W26 W25 W24 W23 W22
V26 V25 V24 V23 V22
U26 U25 U24 U23 U22
W19 W18 W17 W16 W15 W14 W13 W12 W11
V19 V18 V17 V16 V15 V14 V13 V12 V11
U19 U18 U17 U16 U15 U14 U13 U12 U11
W10
W9
W8
W5
W4
W3
W2
W1
V10
V9
V8
V5
V4
V3
V2
V1
L801
K9
K8
K7
K3
K2
K1
U10
U9
U8
U5
U4
U3
U2
U1
R627
T26 T25
T24
T23
T22
T19 T18
T17
T10
T9
T8
T5
T4
T3
T2
T1
J9
J8
J7
J3
J2
J1
C669
R634
R26 R25 R24 R23 R22
R19 R18 R17
R10
R9
R8
R5
R4
R3
R2
R1
IC701
NAND
H9
H8
H7
H3
H2
H1
P26
P25
P24
P23
P22
P19
P18
P17
IC601
P10
P9
P8
P5
P4
P3
P2
P1
BOARD
X603
S601
N26 N25 N24 N23 N22
M26 M25 M24 M23 M22
N19 N18 N17
M19 M18 M17
N10
N9
N8
N5
N4
N3
N2
N1
G9
G8
G7
G3
G2
G1
M10
M9
M8
M5
M4
M3
M2
M1
RESET
F9
F8
F7
F3
F2
F1
L26
L25
L24
L23
L22
L19
L18
L17
L11
L10
L9
L8
L5
L4
L3
L2
L1
K26
K25
K24
K23
K22
K19
K18
K17
C
C612
J26
J25
J24
J23
J22
J19
J18
J17
K16 K15 K14 K13 K12 K11
J16 J15 J14 J13 J12 J11
K10
K9
K8
K5
K4
K3
K2
K1
E9
E8
E7
E3
E2
E1
J10
J9
J8
J5
J4
J3
J2
J1
C683 C682
6
4
D9
D8
D7
D3
D2
D1
H26 H25 H24 H23 H22
G26 G25 G24 G23 G22
H19 H18 H17 H16 H15 H14 H13 H12 H11
H10
H9
H8
H5
H4
H3
H2
H1
G5
G4
G3
G2
G1
R814
C9
C8
C7
C3
C2
C1
IC504
F26
F25
F24
F23
F22
F5
F4
F3
F2
F1
E26
E25
E24
E23
E22
E21 E20 E19 E18 E17 E16 E15 E14 E13 E12 E11 E10
E9
E8
E7
E6
E5
E4
E3
E2
E1
B9
B8
B7
B3
B2
B1
C511
R521
D26 D25 D24 D23 D22 D21
D20 D19 D18 D17 D16 D15 D14 D13 D12 D11
D10
D9
D8
D7
D6
D5
D4
D3
D2
D1
A1
1
3
A9
A8
A7
A3
A2
IC503
C26 C25 C24 C23 C22 C21 C20 C19 C18 C17 C16 C15 C14 C13 C12 C11 C10
R507
C9
C8
C7
C6
C5
C4
C3
C2
C1
C512
B26
B25
B24
B23
B22
B21
B20
B19
B18
B17
B16
B15
B14
B13
B12
B11
B10
B9
B8
B7
B6
B5
B4
B3
B2
B1
A26 A25 A24 A23 A22 A21
A20 A19 A18 A17 A16
A15 A14
A13
A12 A11
A10
A9
A8
A7
A6
A5
A4
A3
A2
A1
C503
R522
R603
R649
R648
C686
C507
R618
C513
IC507
C633
C634
3
1
H1 G1
F1
E1 D1 C1 B1
E2 D2 C2 B2
E3 D3 C3 B3
C4 B4
C5 B5
E6 D6 C6 B6
E7 D7 C7 B7
E8 D8 C8 B8
A1
C645
C508
C657
R516
IC505
H2 G2
F2
A2
4
5
D
H3 G3
F3
A3
C510
R520
CL634
H4 G4
F4
A4
3
1
IC508
IC501
1
5
R646
H5 G5
F5
A5
C516
CL633
H6 G6
F6
A6
4
3
R514
C505
R510
4
5
D
S
H7 G7
F7
A7
IC506
R506
H8 G8
F8
A8
IC502
C518
G
VDR851
R505
IC509
C501
R502
C689
R857
C509
VDR852
2
4
1
3
C853
CL909
LF851
CL637
X501
1
22
E
C502
CN851
23
24
(WM-PORT)
CL907
11
(11)
1-871-811-
C616
C618
C667
C601
C604
R503
C620
C666
R644
C603
C614
R504
R512
R511
B1 A1
R623
C602
C605
B2 A2
C685
C607
C608
C668
R643
C504
R633
C625
R611
C692
C610
C506
C617
C656
C690
C515
R519
R517
4
1
9
4
1
5
8
9
5
8
C514
R513
R851
R509
R858
C517
A2
B2
C2
A1
B1
C1
R620
R601
R855
R658
R621
R859
C611
R619
R853
C631
R629
R656
C623
C628
R628
R657
C619
R655
R642
R647
R604
R605
Q603
R650
R702
C710
C709
C711 C712
2
30
CN601
1
29

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Note: When CN601, IC501, IC503, IC505, IC506, IC509, IC601,

IC701 and IC903 cannot exchange with single. When

CN601, IC501, IC503, IC505, IC506, IC509, IC601, IC701

and IC903 are damaged, exchange the entire mounted

board.

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5-3.

PRINTED WIRING BOARDS – MAIN Section (2/2) –

5-3. PRINTED WIRING BOARDS – MAIN Section (2/2) – NW-A805/A806/A808/NWZ-A815/A816/A818 • Semiconductor Location Ver. 1.2 1

: Uses unleaded solder.

NW-A805/A806/A808/NWZ-A815/A816/A818

Semiconductor

Location

Ver. 1.2

1 2 3 4 5 6 Ref. No. Location D101 D-3 D201 D-3 IC301 D-6 IC302
1
2 3
4 5
6
Ref. No.
Location
D101
D-3
D201
D-3
IC301
D-6
IC302
D-5
IC303
C-4
A
IC602
C-2
IC802
C-2
IC803
C-5
IC901
E-4
MAIN BOARD
(SIDE B)
CL906
Q301
C-3
Q302
D-3
CL628
CL624
CL635
TH901
CL805
CL802
CL804
CL627
Q303
C-3
CL625
CL629
CL622
R910
R905
Q304
C-3
CL803
CL801
R641
Q903
D-4
CL636
R804
R645
CL626
R816
R914
R701
CL604
CL603
B
R660
C664
R626
R639
C802
R636
R812
R813
FB819
R913
R637
R625
FB804
C810
C812
C641
C913
K1
J1 H1 G1
F1
E1
D1
C1 B1
A1
FB803
LCD801
K2
A2
LIQUID
IC802
K3
H3 G3
F3
E3 D3
C3
A3
FB802
FB801
C3 C2
C1
CRYSTAL
CL631
K4
H4
C4
A4
B3
B1
FB811
DISPLAY
K5
H5
C5
A5
A3
A2
A1
IC803
FB810
K6
H6
C6
A6
C707 C706
K7
H7
C7
A7
CL610
FB809
R602
R807
R808
C644
K8
H8 G8
F8 E8 D8
C8
A8
FB807
K9
A9
B2 B1
C708
C705
R809
C807
FB818
K10 J10H10 G10 F10 E10 D10 C10B10 A10
A2 A1
B
IC602
B
R313
R109
C
C652
FB817
C
C
E
E
C649
R206
C811
2E
2C
C311
FB813
C681
C662
CL623
2B
1B
CL614
CL613
C306
1C
1E
C319
10
6
R310
11
R105
R205
(FR)
R314
IC303
C307
C305
C109
R106
8
1
9
32
C209
C107
C207
R315
2C 1B 1E
1
5
4
3
R306
R630
7
A
A
R908
R921
33
Q302
C318
IC302
6
1
D201
C315
R312
R911
2E 2B 1C (FR)
C210 R111
C312
S
G
C314
R923
D
C302
R302
D
16
25
C104
C313
Q903
C106
17
24
R907
C108
R107
C301
CL202
R
R919
C906
C204
CL903
C206
D101
C205
R102
C102
A
A
C105
19
24
G
18
C908
R202
C202
J301
C110
1
R
G
(HEADPHONE)
CL904
L
IC901
R110
C910
CL301
S602
25
1
CN901
2
HOLD
FB101
HP
L
ON
6
13
C920
FLEXIBLE
7
12
R903
CL102
BOARD
OFF
CL901
CL902
CL905
R912
C904
E
R651
11
1-871-811-
(11)
CL201
CL101
1
2
LITHIUM ION
Note: When IC301, IC302, IC602, IC802, IC803 and IC901 cannot
STRAGE BATTERY
3.7V 610mAh
exchange with single. When IC301, IC302, IC602, IC802,
IC803 and IC901 are damaged, exchange the entire
mounted board.
C921
C911
C912
R802
C903
R638 R640
R902
R915
C622
C808
R615
FB301
R307
R652
FB201
R653
R211
Q301
R210
R207
VDR301
R208
Q304
R616
C670
R108
C321
R209
C673
C902
C679
R904
L601
C676
Q303
C901
C648
R624
R906
C208
C907
R617
R622
C905
C653
C647
R909
L602
C646
R922
R806
C638
C804
R861
C909
C694
R805
R803
C678
C691
C917
R811
C915
C806
C310
C308
C606
R104
C665
R801
R204
FB816
FB814
FB812
FB806
C813
FB815
FB808
FB805
C203
C103
R608
R607
C632
R901
C303
C316
1
33
R304
R305
CN801
32
2
IC301

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NW-A805/A806/A808/NWZ-A815/A816/A818

Ver. 1.2

5-4.

SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM MAIN Section (1/6)

See page 28 for IC Block Diagrams.

See page 30 for IC Pin Function Description.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 9 10 11 12 13 4 15
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8 1
9
10
11
12
13
4
15 16
MAIN BOARD
(1/6)
A
R302
0
VDD_HP
CRD_LINEOUT
HP_XMUTE
R102
22k
R306
LINE_IN_L
0
LINE_IN_R
3
B
R202
R204
22k
Q304
22k
CL101
MAIN
UNR31A600LS0
IC B/D
LINE_OUT_L
BOARD
C106
0.001
CL201
Q301,304
(4/6)
IC301
C104
C102
C202
LINE_OUT_R
MUTING CONTROL
150p
1
1
C206
0.001
(Page
R304
+1.8V REGULATOR
C204
C105
150p
0.001
150k
25)
C103
0.001
C205
0.001
J301
1
EN2
VOUT2
(HEADPHONE)
C203
0.001
IC301
FB101
VIN
VOUT1
CL102
L
L
XC6401FF58DR
MAIN
FB201
EN1
GND
VSS
CL202
R
R
C
BOARD
G
(3/6)
7
R313
CL301
G
Q301
1k
(Page
UNR31A600LS0
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
HP FLEXIBLE
24)
R305
C305
BOARD
220k
10
R307
1k
C312
R312
R109
22
R108
R208
R209
0
470
470
470
470
-1
-2
-1
-2
ADA_XRST
nRESET
ADC_FILT+
C313
0.1
D
VL
VQ
Q302
Q303
C319
C321
C314
1
EMX18
Q302,303
EMX18
4.7
0.022
VD
IC302
DAC_FILT+
MUTING
C303
C315
1
FB301
0.1
DGND
AGND
A/D CONVERTER,
C310
0.1
PCM0_ADDT
SDOUT
D/A CONVERTER
VA
IC B/D
IC302
IC303
CPU_REFCLKO
MCLK
AOUTA
(FR)
R314
0
R315
220
CS42L51-CNZR
R211
PCM0_BCK
(FR)
SCLK
AOUTB
HEADPHONE/LINE SELECTOR
470
R111
PCM0_DADT
IC303
SDIN
VSS_HP
VDR301
470
C311
MAX4764ETB+TG069
PCM0_LRCK
R207
1
AGND
E
SPI0_MOSI
R107
VCC
NO2
SPI0_CLK
NO1
COM2
SPI0_XCS2
COM1
NC2
R206
NC1
IN2
470
R106
IN1
GND
470
GND
12345678
11
F
C207
0.068
C308
1
R205
C108
C318
C109
C208
C209
47
100p
0.0047
0.1
0.0047
100p
∗ R107,207
5.6(EXCEPT FR)
47(FR)
R310
0
2
C306
C307
VDD_DDCOUT20
G
10
0.1
AGND
MAIN
BOARD
DGND
(6/6)
(Page 27)
3
2
1
456
C316
22
C301
0.001
C302
0.1
33
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
LRCK
AIN1B
SDA/CDIN
AIN1A
SCL/CCLK
AFILTB
AD0/nCS
AFILTA
VA_HP
AIN2B/BIAS
FLYP
AIN2A
GND_HP
MICIN2/AIN3B/BIAS
FLYN
MICIN1/AIN3A
9
10
11
12
1 3
14
15
16
R105
C107
R104
47
0.068
22k
5
4
3
2
1
6
7
8
9
10
D101
RSB6.8STE61
D201
RSB6.8STE61
R110
C110
2.2
0.22
C210
R210
0.22
2.2

Note: When IC301 and IC302 cannot exchange with single. When

IC301 and IC302 are damaged, exchange the entire

mounted board.

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5-5.

SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM – MAIN Section (2/6) –

See page 28 for IC Block Diagrams.

NW-A805/A806/A808/NWZ-A815/A816/A818

Ver. 1.1

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1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15 16
17
A
MAIN BOARD
(2/6)
VDD_GP1
USB_INT
R510
AB0_XDRQ
22
B
R509
0
R520
100k
IC B/D
IC508
C516
TC7SG04AFS
0.1
IC509
C
1
VCC
5
LEVEL SHIFT
IC B/D
2
GND
IC509
3
NC
4
B
A
C517
0.1
SN74AVC1T45YZPR
IC506
DIR
GND
AB0_XRD
AB0_XRD
D FLIP-FLOP
VCCB
VCCA
AB0_XCS2
IC508
AB0_XCS2
R517
C518
IC B/D
AB0_XACK
0
0.1
AB0_XACK
INVERTER
CK
VCC
H4
F2
F1
G1
D3
E2
C5
E1
C4
D2
F4
G4
E3
H2
F3
D
/PR
D
AB0_A1
IC506
AB0_A1
TC7WG74FC
/Q
/CLR
AB0_A2
AB0_A2
GND
Q
AB0_A3
GND
4
AB0_A3
R514
9
AB0_A4
10
AB0_A4
AB0_D1
CD1
XWRL
MAIN
AB0_A5
AB0_A5
BOARD
AB0_A6
AB0_D2
AB0_XRD
(3/6)
AB0_A6
CD2
XRD
AB0_A7
(Page 24)
AB0_A7
AB0_D3
CD3
CLKIN
AB0_A8
AB0_A8
C513
AB0_D4
C514
C503
E
CD4
XRESET
0.1
0.1
1
AB0_D0
AB0_D0
AB0_D5
CD5
VBUS
AB0_D1
AB0_D1
IC B/D
AB0_D2
AB0_D6
IC501
R507
AB0_D2
CD6
VBUSEN
1K
AB0_D3
IC505
AB0_D3
USB CONTROLLER
AB0_D7
CD7
VBUSFLG
AB0_D4
AB0_D4
D FLIP-FLOP
IC501
VCC_VBUS
6
AB0_D5
AB0_D8
AB0_D5
CD8
S1R72V17B00A20B
DM
USB_DM
AB0_D6
AB0_D6
CK
MAIN
VCC
AB0_D9
F
CD9
USB_DP
BOARD
AB0_D7
DP
R506
AB0_D7
D
IC505
/PR
(4/6)
6200
TC7WG74FC
AB0_D8
AB0_D10
AB0_D8
/Q
/CLR
CD10
R1
(Page 25)
R505
R513
AB0_D9
AB0_D9
GND
Q
100k
GND
100k
AB0_D11
CD11
BURNIN
AB0_D10
AB0_D10
R504
9
C515
AB0_D11
0.1
AB0_D12
100k
AB0_D11
CD12
ATPGEN
R503
AB0_D12
AB0_D12
100k
AB0_D13
CD13
TESTEN
AB0_D13
R502
AB0_D13
C501
0
18p
AB0_D14
AB0_D14
AB0_D14
C510
CD14
XO
0.1
G
AB0_D15
AB0_D15
AB0_D15
X501
CD15
XI
12MHz
AB0_XWR
RESETZ
C502
FLASHCLK
IC507
15p
USB_XRST
INVERTER
USB_PWRCTL
IC507
IC502
TC7SG04AFS
A5
B3
C2
A2
A7
C7
G2
D7
B2
B4
B5
B6
B7
G7
A1
RESET SWITCH
R519
1
VCC
5
100k
IC502
H
R516
2
GND
TC7SG08AFS
10
3
NC
4
1
VCC
5
2
GND
3
4
R521
0
5
I
VDD_UNREG
C504
0.1
MAIN
DGND
BOARD
(6/6)
(Page 27)
IC B/D
6
5
4
B2
IC503
IC504
J
+3.1V REGULATOR
+1.8V REGULATOR
VCONT
VOUT
IC503
IC B/D
TK63731AB1G0B
1
2
3
A1
C511
1
K
Note: When IC501, IC503, IC505, IC506 and IC509 cannot
exchange with single. When IC501, IC503, IC505, IC506
and IC509 are damaged, exchange the entire mounted
board.
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23
4
3
2
1
4
3
2
1
A2
VIN
GND
5
6
7
8
5
6
7
8
B1
VIN
VCONT
IC504
GND
TK63718HCL-G
GND
VOUT
NC
C6
E8
D6
F8
E7
F7
G8
H7
F6
G6
H6
E6
F5
H5
G5
AB0_D0
HVDD