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XAV-70BT/E70BT

SERVICE MANUAL US Model


Canadian Model
Ver. 1.1 2010.06
AEP Model
UK Model
E Model
XAV-70BT

Russian Model
XAV-E70BT

Photo: XAV-70BT

Model Name Using Similar Mechanism NEW


DVD Section DVD Mechanism Type MG-613CA-187
Optical Pick-up Name KHS-360A
OPEN/CLOSE Model Name Using Similar Mechanism XAV-W1
Section Monitor Open/Close Block DB-W07

SPECIFICATIONS
FOR UNITED STATES CUSTOMERS. NOT AM (US and Canadian models) Compatible Bluetooth Profiles* 2 :
APPLICABLE IN CANADA, INCLUDING Tuning range: 530 – 1,710 kHz A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile)
IN THE PROVINCE OF QUEBEC. Antenna (aerial) terminal: AVRCP (Audio Video Remote Control Profile) 1.3
External antenna (aerial) connector HFP (Handsfree Profile) 1.5
POUR LES CONSOMMATEURS AUX Intermediate frequency: 25 kHz PBAP (Phone Book Access Profile)
ÉTATS-UNIS. NON APPLICABLE AU Sensitivity: 26 ȝV OPP (Object Push Profile)
CANADA, Y COMPRIS LA PROVINCE DE AM (E model) *1 The actual range will vary depending on factors
QUÉBEC. Tuning range: such as obstacles between devices, magnetic
Asian model: fields around a microwave oven, static electricity,
AUDIO POWER SPECIFICATIONS 531 – 1,602 kHz (at 9 kHz step) reception sensitivity, antenna’s performance,
(US model only) Latin American model: operating system, software application, etc.
530 – 1,710 kHz (at 10 kHz step) *2 Bluetooth standard profiles indicate the purpose of
CEA2006 Standard
Saudi Arabia model: Bluetooth communication between devices.
Power Output: 17 Watts RMS 4 at
4 Ohms < 1% THD+N 531 – 1,602 kHz (at 9 kHz step)
SN Ratio: 82 dBA Antenna (aerial) terminal:
Power amplifier section
(reference: 1 Watt into 4 Ohms) External antenna (aerial) connector Outputs: Speaker outputs
Intermediate frequency: 25 kHz Speaker impedance: 4 – 8 ohms
Sensitivity: 26 ȝV Maximum power output: 52 W × 4 (at 4 ohms)
Monitor section
Display type: Wide LCD color monitor MW/LW (AEP, UK and Russian models) General
Dimensions: 7.0 in Tuning range: Outputs:
System: TFT active matrix MW: 531 – 1,602 kHz Video output terminal (rear)
Number of pixels: 1,152,000 pixels LW: 153 – 279 kHz Audio output terminals (front/rear)
Color system: Antenna (aerial) terminal: Subwoofer output terminal
PAL/NTSC/SECAM/PAL-M automatic select External antenna (aerial) connector Power antenna (aerial) relay control terminal
Intermediate frequency: 25 kHz Power amplifier control terminal
Tuner section Sensitivity: MW: 26 ȝV, LW: 45 ȝV
Inputs:
FM DVD/CD Player section Telephone ATT control terminal
Tuning range: Illumination control terminal
Signal-to-noise ratio: 120 dB BUS control input terminal
US and Canadian models: 87.5 – 107.9 MHz Frequency response: 10 – 20,000 Hz
AEP and UK models: 87.5 – 108.0 MHz (US and Canadian models only)
Wow and flutter: Below measurable limit
Asian model: Remote controller input terminal
Harmonic distortion: 0.01 %
87.5 – 108.0 MHz (at 50 kHz step) Antenna (aerial) input terminal
Region code: Labeled on the bottom of the unit
Latin American model: Parking break control terminal
87.5 – 107.9 MHz (at 200 kHz step) Microphone input terminal
USB Player section Reverse input terminal
Russian model:
Interface: USB (Full-speed) Camera input terminal
FM1/FM2: 87.5 – 108.0 MHz
Maximum current: 500 mA AUX audio input terminals
(at 50 kHz step) AUX video input terminals
FM3: 65 – 74 MHz (at 30 kHz step) USB signal input connector
Wireless Communication
Saudi Arabia model: External input terminal
Communication System:
87.5 – 108.0 MHz (at 50 kHz step) (Asian and Saudi Arabia models only)
Bluetooth Standard version 2.0 + EDR
Antenna (aerial) terminal: Output:
External antenna (aerial) connector Bluetooth Standard Power Class 2 (Max. +4 dBm) – Continued on next page –
Intermediate frequency: 150 kHz Maximum communication range:
Usable sensitivity: 10 dBf Line of sight approx. 10 m (33 ft)*1
Selectivity: 75 dB at 400 kHz
Signal-to-noise ratio: 70 dB (mono)
Separation: 40 dB at 1 kHz
Frequency response: 20 – 15,000 Hz
Frequency band:
2.4 GHz band (2.4000 – 2.4835 GHz)
Modulation method: FHSS AV CENTER
9-889-747-02 Sony Corporation
2010F05-1 Audio&Video Business Group
© 2010.06 Published by Sony Techno Create Corporation
XAV-70BT/E70BT

Power requirements: 12 V DC car battery ZAPPIN is a trademark of Sony Corporation. THIS PRODUCT IS LICENSED UNDER THE
(negative ground (earth)) MPEG-4 VISUAL PATENT PORTFOLIO
Dimensions: Approx. 178 × 100 × 189 mm 12 TONE ANALYSIS and its LICENSE FOR THE PERSONAL AND NON-
(7 1/8 × 4 × 7 1/2 in) (w/h/d) logo are trademarks of Sony COMMERCIAL USE OF A CONSUMER FOR
Mounting dimensions: Approx. 182 × 111 × 164 mm Corporation. DECODING MPEG-4 VIDEO THAT WAS
(7 1/4 × 4 3/8 × 6 1/2 in) (w/h/d)
Mass: A pprox. 2.5 kg (5 lb 9 oz) ENCODED BY A CONSUMER ENGAGED IN A
Supplied accessories: “WALKMAN” and PERSONAL AND NON-COMMERCIAL
Card remote commander: RM-X170 “WALKMAN” logo are ACTIVITY AND/OR WAS OBTAINED FROM A
Parts for installation and connections (1 set) registered trademarks of VIDEO PROVIDER LICENSED BY MPEG LA
Extension cord for AUX audio/video input Sony Corporation. TO PROVIDE MPEG-4 VIDEO. NO LICENSE IS
terminals GRANTED OR SHALL BE IMPLIED FOR ANY
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SensMe and the SensMe logo are INCLUDING THAT RELATING TO
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accessories. Please ask the dealer for detailed trademarks of Sony Ericsson COMMERCIAL USES AND LICENSING MAY
information. Mobile Communications AB. BE OBTAINED FROM MPEG LA, LLC. SEE
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US and foreign patents licensed from Dolby
Laboratories.

MPEG Layer-3 audio coding technology and Music recognition technology and related data are
patents licensed from Fraunhofer IIS and Thomson. provided by Gracenote®. Gracenote is the industry
standard in music recognition technology and The “HD Radio Ready” logo indicates that this
This product is protected by certain intellectual related content delivery. For more information, product will control a Sony HD RadioTM tuner
property rights of Microsoft Corporation. Use or please visit www.gracenote.com. (sold separately).
distribution of such technology outside of this For HD Radio TM tuner operation, please refer to
product is prohibited without a license from CD and music-related data from Gracenote, Inc., the HD Radio TM tuner Operating Instructions.
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Software, copyright © 2000-2010 Gracenote. This HD Radio TM and the HD Radio Ready logo are
Design and specifications are subject to change product and service may practice one or more of proprietary trademarks of iBiquity Digital Corp.
without notice. the following U.S. Patents: #5,987,525;
#6,061,680; #6,154,773, #6,161,132, #6,230,192,
#6,230,207, #6,240,459, #6,330,593, and other The “SAT Radio Ready”
Manufactured under license patents issued or pending. Some services supplied logo indicates that this
from Dolby Laboratories. under license from Open Globe, Inc. for U.S. product will control a satellite
“Dolby” and the double-D Patent: #6,304,523. radio tuner module (sold
symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories. Gracenote and CDDB are registered trademarks of separately). Please see your nearest authorized
Gracenote. The Gracenote logo and logotype, and Sony dealer for details on the satellite radio
Microsoft, Windows, Windows the “Powered by Gracenote” logo are trademarks tuner module.
Vista and Windows Media and of Gracenote. “SAT Radio,” “SAT Radio Ready,” the SAT
logos are trademarks or Radio and SAT Radio Ready logos and all
registered trademarks of This product uses font data which is licensed to related marks are trademarks of Sirius XM
Microsoft Corporation in the Sony by Monotype Imaging Inc. or its affiliates. Radio Inc. and XM Satellite Radio Inc.
United States and/or other countries.
iPod is a trademark of Apple Inc., registered in the
“DVD VIDEO,” “DVD-R,” “DVD-RW,” “DVD+R,” U.S. and other countries.
and “DVD+RW” are trademarks.
iPhone is a trademark of Apple Inc.
DivX®, DivX Certified® and
associated logos are registered Apple, Macintosh and iTunes are trademarks of
trademarks of DivX, Inc. Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other
countries.

The Bluetooth word mark and logos are owned by


the Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks
by Sony Corporation is under license. Other
trademarks and trade names are those of their
respective owners.

NOTES ON CHIP COMPONENT REPLACEMENT • Except US and Canadian models.


• Never reuse a disconnected chip component.
• Notice that the minus side of a tantalum capacitor may be dam-
aged by heat.

FLEXIBLE CIRCUIT BOARD REPAIRING This label is located on the bottom of the
• Keep the temperature of soldering iron around 270 °C during chassis.
repairing.
• Do not touch the soldering iron on the same conductor of the
CAUTION : CLASS 1M VISIBLE/INVISIBLE LASER
circuit board (within 3 times). RADIATION WHEN OPEN AND INTERLOCKS DEFEATED.
• Be careful not to apply force on the conductor when soldering DO NOT VIEW DIRECTLY WITH OPTICAL INSTRUMENTS.
or unsoldering.

CAUTION
This label is located on the drive unit’s internal
chassis.
Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures
other than those specified herein may result in hazardous radia-
tion exposure.
ATTENTION AU COMPOSANT AYANT RAPPORT
À LA SÉCURITÉ!
SAFETY-RELATED COMPONENT WARNING!
LES COMPOSANTS IDENTIFIÉS PAR UNE MARQUE 0 SUR
COMPONENTS IDENTIFIED BY MARK 0 OR DOTTED LINE LES DIAGRAMMES SCHÉMATIQUES ET LA LISTE DES
WITH MARK 0 ON THE SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS AND IN PIÈCES SONT CRITIQUES POUR LA SÉCURITÉ DE FONC-
THE PARTS LIST ARE CRITICAL TO SAFE OPERATION. TIONNEMENT. NE REMPLACER CES COMPOSANTS QUE
REPLACE THESE COMPONENTS WITH SONY PARTS PAR DES PIÈCES SONY DONT LES NUMÉROS SONT DON-
WHOSE PART NUMBERS APPEAR AS SHOWN IN THIS NÉS DANS CE MANUEL OU DANS LES SUPPLÉMENTS
MANUAL OR IN SUPPLEMENTS PUBLISHED BY SONY. PUBLIÉS PAR SONY.

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Ver. 1.1

TABLE OF CONTENTS

1. SERVICING NOTES ............................................. 4 5-9. Schematic Diagram - SERVO Section (2/3) -................. 34
5-10. Schematic Diagram - SERVO Section (3/3) -................. 35
2. GENERAL .................................................................. 6 5-11. Printed Wiring Board - AUDIO Section (1/2) - .............. 36
5-12. Printed Wiring Boards - AUDIO Section (2/2) - ............ 37
3. DISASSEMBLY 5-13. Schematic Diagram - AUDIO Section (1/4) - ................. 38
3-1. Disassembly Flow ........................................................... 12 5-14. Schematic Diagram - AUDIO Section (2/4) - ................. 39
3-2. Front Panel Block ........................................................... 13 5-15. Schematic Diagram - AUDIO Section (3/4) - ................. 40
3-3. Panel Base Block ............................................................ 14 5-16. Schematic Diagram - AUDIO Section (4/4) - ................. 41
3-4. LCD Board...................................................................... 14 5-17. Printed Wiring Board
3-5. Touch Panel (TPS1401), Liquid Crystal Display Panel - VISUAL Board (Component Side) - ............................ 42
(LCD1401) ...................................................................... 15 5-18. Printed Wiring Board
3-6. KEY Board, ANT Board, Panel (Front).......................... 15 - VISUAL Board (Conductor Side) - .............................. 43
3-7. Sub Panel Complete Block ............................................. 16 5-19. Schematic Diagram - VISUAL Board (1/5) - ................. 44
3-8. DVD Mechanism Deck (MG-613CA-187) .................... 16 5-20. Schematic Diagram - VISUAL Board (2/5) - ................. 45
3-9. LED Board, AUDIO Board ............................................ 17 5-21. Schematic Diagram - VISUAL Board (3/5) - ................. 46
3-10. Chassis 1F Block, Chassis 2F Block .............................. 17 5-22. Schematic Diagram - VISUAL Board (4/5) - ................. 47
3-11. Monitor Open/Close Block (DB-W07), 5-23. Schematic Diagram - VISUAL Board (5/5) - ................. 48
VISUAL Board ............................................................... 18 5-24. Printed Wiring Boards - DISPLAY Section - ................. 49
3-12. DVD Mechanism Deck Block ........................................ 18 5-25. Schematic Diagram - DISPLAY Section (1/2) - ............. 50
3-13. SERVO Board ................................................................. 19 5-26. Schematic Diagram - DISPLAY Section (2/2) - ............. 51
3-14. Chassis (T612Z) Sub Assy, SENSOR Board .................. 19
3-15. Chassis (OP, ZA) Complete Assy ................................... 20 6. EXPLODED VIEWS
6-1. Overall Section ............................................................... 76
4. ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS ........................ 21 6-2. Front Panel Section ......................................................... 77
6-3. Bracket Section ............................................................... 78
6-4. Chassis 2F Section .......................................................... 79
5. DIAGRAMS
6-5. Chassis 1F Section .......................................................... 80
5-1. Block Diagram - SERVO Section - ................................ 25
6-6. DVD Mechanism Deck Section (MG-613CA-187) ....... 81
5-2. Block Diagram - AUDIO Section - ................................. 26
5-3. Block Diagram - VIDEO Section - ................................. 27
5-4. Block Diagram - DISPLAY Section - ............................. 28 7. ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST .............................. 82
5-5. Block Diagram
- Bluetooth/MONITOR DOOR Section - ....................... 29 Accessories are given in the last of the electrical parts list.
5-6. Block Diagram
- PANEL/POWER SUPLLY Section -............................ 30
5-7. Printed Wiring Boards - SERVO Section - ..................... 32
5-8. Schematic Diagram - SERVO Section (1/3) -................. 33

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Ver. 1.1 SECTION 1
SERVICING NOTES

NOTES ON HANDLING THE OPTICAL PICK-UP : LEAD FREE MARK


BLOCK OR BASE UNIT Unleaded solder has the following characteristics.
• Unleaded solder melts at a temperature about 40 °C higher
The laser diode in the optical pick-up block may suffer electro- than ordinary solder.
static break-down because of the potential difference generated by Ordinary soldering irons can be used but the iron tip has to be
the charged electrostatic load, etc. on clothing and the human body. applied to the solder joint for a slightly longer time.
During repair, pay attention to electrostatic break-down and also Soldering irons using a temperature regulator should be set to
use the procedure in the printed matter which is included in the about 350 °C.
repair parts. Caution: The printed pattern (copper foil) may peel away if
The flexible board is easily damaged and should be handled with the heated tip is applied for too long, so be careful!
care. • Strong viscosity
Unleaded solder is more viscous (sticky, less prone to flow)
NOTES ON LASER DIODE EMISSION CHECK than ordinary solder so use caution not to let solder bridges
The laser beam on this model is concentrated so as to be focused occur such as on IC pins, etc.
on the disc reflective surface by the objective lens in the optical • Usable with ordinary solder
pickup block. Therefore, when checking the laser diode emission, It is best to use only unleaded solder but unleaded solder may
observe from more than 30 cm away from the objective lens. also be added to ordinary solder.
UNLEADED SOLDER IMPORTANT NOTE FOR REPAIRING
Boards requiring use of unleaded solder are printed with the lead- This set contain individual information that the customer regis-
free mark (LF) indicating the solder contains no lead. tered because it installs the Bluetooth function.
(Caution: Some printed circuit boards may not come printed with When repairing, the data that the customer registered might disap-
the lead free mark due to their particular size) pear. Have the approval of the customer beforehand.
If any of the following parts was replaced, that data disappears.
MODEL IDENTIFICATION
• Complete LCD board
– Bottom View – • IC1102 on the LCD board
(US and Canadian models) • Initialize
Note: Exchanged old complete LCD board and old IC1102 are de-
Region Code stroys with the hammer, and throw away.

NOTE THE IC4, IC11 AND IC13 ON THE SERVO


Part No.
BOARD REPLACING
IC4, IC11 and IC13 on the SERVO board cannot exchange with
single. When these parts are damaged, exchange the entire mount-
ed board.

NOTE THE IC1201 ON THE LCD BOARD REPLACING


IC1201 on the LCD board cannot exchange with single. When this
part is damaged, exchange the entire mounted board.

NOTE FOR REPLACEMENT OF THE KEY BOARD


– Bottom View – When repairing, the complete KEY board (Part No. A-1748-
(AEP, Russian, UK, E and Saudi Arabia models ) 651-A) should be replaced since any parts in the KEY board can-
not be repaired.
Part No.
NOTE FOR REPLACING THE COMPLETE AUDIO
Region Code BOARD
If the complete AUDIO board was replaced, be sure to refer to
Technical News published separately.

Label indication
Signal format Region Destination
Part No.
system code
NTSC 1 4-163-711-0[] US and Canadian models
PAL 2 4-163-712-0[] AEP and UK models
PAL 2 4-195-529-0[] Saudi Arabia model
PAL 3 4-163-714-0[] E (PAL) model
NTSC 4 4-163-715-0[] E (NTSC) model
PAL 5 4-163-713-0[] Russian model

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NOTE FOR FLEXIBLE BOARD OF THE OPTICAL 5. When the user isn’t setting the security code, the following
PICK-UP screen is displayed on the monitor.
When connecting or disconnecting the flexible board of the opti-
cal pick-up to or from the CN2 of the SERVO board, follow the
procedure given below.

6. You can set the security code by inputting the same code twice.

2. Releasing Method after Cold Start


Procedure:
1. When the user is setting the security code, after the cold start,
the following screen is displayed on the monitor.
Note: When soldering the short lands, solder within 5 seconds at the tem-
perature of soldering iron below 300°C.

Disconnection:
1. Solder two shortland.
2. Disconnect the flexible board from the CN2 of the SERVO
board.

Connection:
1. Connect the flexible board to the CN2 of the SERVO board.
2. Unsolder two shortland.
2. When you know the security code, touch the number of secu-
RELEASING METHOD OF SECURITY rity code on the monitor. When the security code agrees, screen
1. Releasing Method from Normal Screen shifts to the initial setting screen (Even if you make a mistake
Procedure: in the security code, you can input it again and again).
1. Touch the “TOP” button on the monitor, next, touch the “ ” 3. When you don’t know the security code, input of master code
button on the monitor to display the following screen (setup on the remote commander. Master code is confirm to service
screen) on the monitor. headquarters. When the master code agrees, screen shifts to the
initial setting screen (Even if you make a mistake in the master
code, you can input it again and again).
4. When the user isn’t setting the security code, after the cold
start, the following screen is displayed on the monitor.

2. Touch the “Security Control” button on the monitor.


3. When the user is setting the security code, the following screen
is displayed on the monitor.

5. Touch the “OK” button on the monitor to display the normal


screen on the monitor.

4. When you know the security code, touch the number of secu-
rity code on the monitor (When you don’t know the security
code, refer to 2. releasing method after cold start). When the
security code agrees, screen shifts to the setup screen (Even if
you make a mistake in the security code, you can input it again
and again).

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SECTION 2 This section is extracted
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 #ONECTE LA CLAVIJA AMARILLA EN
 3UMINISTRADO CON EL CAMBIADOR DE
!58 6)$%/ ). #$

ɠ 4O !-0 2%-/4% ). OF AN OPTIONAL POWER .OTES ON THE CONTROL AND POWER SUPPLY LEADS
#AUTIONS #ONNECTION EXAMPLE AMPLIFIER s 4HE POWER ANTENNA AERIAL CONTROL LEAD BLUE SUPPLIES  6
$# WHEN YOU TURN ON THE TUNER
4HIS CONNECTION IS ONLY FOR AMPLIFIERS #ONNECTING ANY OTHER
SYSTEM MAY DAMAGE THE UNIT s 7HEN YOUR CAR HAS BUILT IN &-!- ANTENNA AERIAL IN THE REAR
s 4HIS UNIT IS DESIGNED FOR NEGATIVE GROUND EARTH  6 .OTES ǵ ! SIDE GLASS CONNECT THE POWER ANTENNA AERIAL CONTROL LEAD
$# OPERATION ONLY s "E SURE TO CONNECT THE GROUND EARTH LEAD BEFORE CONNECTING ɡ 4O THE INTERFACE CABLE OF A CAR TELEPHONE BLUE OR THE ACCESSORY POWER SUPPLY LEAD RED TO THE POWER
s $O NOT DISASSEMBLE OR MODIFY THE UNIT THE AMPLIFIER ɢ 4O A CARS ILLUMINATION SIGNAL TERMINAL OF THE EXISTING ANTENNA AERIAL BOOSTER &OR DETAILS
s 4HE ALARM WILL ONLY SOUND IF THE BUILT IN AMPLIFIER IS USED "E SURE TO CONNECT THE BLACK GROUND EARTH LEAD TO A METAL CONSULT YOUR DEALER
s $O NOT INSTALL IN LOCATIONS WHICH INTERFERE WITH AIRBAG s ! POWER ANTENNA AERIAL WITHOUT A RELAY BOX CANNOT BE USED
SURFACE OF THE CAR FIRST
OPERATION .OTE ǵ " WITH THIS UNIT
s $O NOT GET THE LEADS UNDER A SCREW OR CAUGHT IN MOVING 9OU CANNOT USE THE OPTIONAL DEVICES SIMULTANEOUSLY EVEN IF THEY ɣ 4O THE  6 POWER TERMINAL WHICH IS
ARE CONNECTED TO ALL THE TERMINALS )F YOU CONNECT AN OPTIONAL -EMORY HOLD CONNECTION
PARTS EG SEAT RAILING  ENERGIZED IN THE ACCESSORY POSITION OF THE 7HEN THE YELLOW POWER SUPPLY LEAD IS CONNECTED POWER WILL
DEVICE TO "53 #/.42/, ). !58 ). IS NOT AVAILABLE
s "EFORE MAKING CONNECTIONS TURN THE CAR IGNITION OFF TO IGNITION SWITCH ALWAYS BE SUPPLIED TO THE MEMORY CIRCUIT EVEN WHEN THE IGNITION
4IP ǵ " .OTES SWITCH IS TURNED OFF
AVOID SHORT CIRCUITS &OR CONNECTING TWO OR MORE #$ CHANGERS THE SOURCE SELECTOR 8! s )F THERE IS NO ACCESSORY POSITION CONNECT TO THE  6
s #ONNECT THE YELLOW AND RED POWER SUPPLY LEADS ONLY # NOT SUPPLIED IS NECESSARY POWER BATTERY TERMINAL WHICH IS ENERGIZED AT ALL TIMES
.OTES ON SPEAKER CONNECTION
AFTER ALL OTHER LEADS HAVE BEEN CONNECTED s "EFORE CONNECTING THE SPEAKERS TURN THE UNIT OFF
"E SURE TO CONNECT THE BLACK GROUND EARTH LEAD TO A METAL
s 5SE SPEAKERS WITH AN IMPEDANCE OF  TO  OHMS AND WITH
s 2UN ALL GROUND EARTH LEADS TO A COMMON SURFACE OF THE CAR FIRST
ADEQUATE POWER HANDLING CAPACITIES TO AVOID ITS DAMAGE
GROUND EARTH POINT
s "E SURE TO INSULATE ANY LOOSE UNCONNECTED LEADS WITH
#ONNECTION DIAGRAM s 7HEN YOUR CAR HAS A BUILT IN &-!- ANTENNA AERIAL IN THE
REARSIDE GLASS SEE h.OTES ON THE CONTROL AND POWER SUPPLY
s $O NOT CONNECT THE SPEAKER TERMINALS TO THE CAR CHASSIS OR
CONNECT THE TERMINALS OF THE RIGHT SPEAKERS WITH THOSE OF THE LEFT
LEADSv
ELECTRICAL TAPE FOR SAFETY SPEAKER
s 4HE USE OF OPTICAL INSTRUMENTS WITH THIS PRODUCT WILL ɞ 4O A METAL SURFACE OF THE CAR ɤ 4O THE  6 POWER TERMINAL WHICH IS s $O NOT CONNECT THE GROUND EARTH LEAD OF THIS UNIT TO THE
INCREASE EYE HAZARD &IRST CONNECT THE BLACK GROUND EARTH LEAD THEN CONNECT THE ENERGIZED AT ALL TIMES NEGATIVE n TERMINAL OF THE SPEAKER
YELLOW AND RED POWER SUPPLY LEADS "E SURE TO CONNECT THE BLACK GROUND EARTH LEAD TO A METAL s $O NOT ATTEMPT TO CONNECT THE SPEAKERS IN PARALLEL
s $O NOT PRESS ON THE ,#$ WHEN INSTALLING THE UNIT SURFACE OF THE CAR FIRST s #ONNECT ONLY PASSIVE SPEAKERS #ONNECTING ACTIVE SPEAKERS
s $O NOT INSTALL THE UNIT WITH THE MONITOR ANGLE CHANGED ɟ 4O THE POWER ANTENNA AERIAL CONTROL LEAD OR WITH BUILT IN AMPLIFIERS TO THE SPEAKER TERMINALS MAY DAMAGE
POWER SUPPLY LEAD OF ANTENNA AERIAL BOOSTER ɥ 4O THE PARKING BRAKE SWITCH CORD THE UNIT
.OTES ON THE POWER SUPPLY LEAD YELLOW .OTES ʭ 4O AUXILIARY EQUIPMENT SUCH AS A PORTABLE s 4O AVOID A MALFUNCTION DO NOT USE THE BUILT IN SPEAKER LEADS
s 7HEN CONNECTING THIS UNIT IN COMBINATION WITH OTHER s )T IS NOT NECESSARY TO CONNECT THIS LEAD IF THERE IS NO POWER INSTALLED IN YOUR CAR IF THE UNIT SHARES A COMMON NEGATIVE n
MEDIA PLAYER GAME ETC NOT SUPPLIED LEAD FOR THE RIGHT AND LEFT SPEAKERS
STEREO COMPONENTS THE CONNECTED CAR CIRCUITS RATING ANTENNA AERIAL OR ANTENNA AERIAL BOOSTER OR WITH A
4IP s $O NOT CONNECT THE UNITS SPEAKER LEADS TO EACH OTHER
MANUALLY OPERATED TELESCOPIC ANTENNA AERIAL 
MUST BE HIGHER THAN THE SUM OF EACH COMPONENTS FUSE s 7HEN YOUR CAR HAS A BUILT IN &-!- ANTENNA AERIAL IN THE
9OU CAN USE THE SUPPLIED 2#! PIN CORD ʕ OR AN OPTIONAL
ONE .OTES ON CONNECTION
s 7HEN NO CAR CIRCUITS ARE RATED HIGH ENOUGH CONNECT THE REARSIDE GLASS SEE h.OTES ON THE CONTROL AND POWER SUPPLY s )F SPEAKER AND AMPLIFIER ARE NOT CONNECTED CORRECTLY h/UTPUT
UNIT DIRECTLY TO THE BATTERY LEADSv ʮ 4O THE  6 POWER TERMINAL OF THE CARS BACK CONNECTION FAILUREv APPEARS IN THE DISPLAY )N THIS CASE MAKE
LAMP LEAD ONLY WHEN CONNECTING THE REAR SURE THE SPEAKER AND AMPLIFIER ARE CONNECTED CORRECTLY
VIEW CAMERA s )F YOU ARE TO USE THE MONITOR FOR THE REAR SEATS CONNECT THE
PARKING BRAKE SWITCH CORD TO THE GROUND EARTH 

6
XAV-70BT/E70BT

&OOT BRAKE TYPE (AND BRAKE TYPE


4YPE FREIN Ë PIED 4YPE FREIN Ë MAIN
4IPO DE FRENO DE PEDAL 4IPO DE FRENO MANUAL

0ARKING BRAKE SWITCH CORD


#ORDON DU CAPTEUR DU FREIN Ë MAIN
#ABLE DE CONMUTACIØN DEL FRENO DE ESTACIONAMIENTO
0ARKING BRAKE SWITCH CORD
#ORDON DU CAPTEUR DU FREIN Ë MAIN
#ABLE DE CONMUTACIØN DEL FRENO DE ESTACIONAMIENTO

!   "  
A B C D A B

A A

B B
C

! "

TO DASHBOARDCENTER CONSOLE
VERS LE TABLEAU DE BORDLA CONSOLE CENTRALE SIZE ʖ
AL TABLERO O CONSOLA CENTRAL  § MAX  MM TO DASHBOARDCENTER CONSOLE
 § MAX  IN VERS LE TABLEAU DE BORDLA CONSOLE CENTRALE
DIMENSION AL TABLERO O CONSOLA CENTRAL
 § MAX  MM
 §  PO MAX
TAMA×O
 §  MM MÈX

"RACKET
3UPPORT
3OPORTE
,ARGER THAN
 MM   IN
,ARGEUR MINIMALE
DE  MM   PO
3UPERIOR A  MM %XISTING PARTS SUPPLIED WITH YOUR CAR
0IÒCES EXISTANTES FOURNIES AVEC LA VOITURE ʖ
0IEZAS EXISTENTES SUMINISTRADAS CON SU
,ARGER THAN AUTOMØVIL
 MM   IN
,ARGEUR MINIMALE DE SIZE
ʖ  § MAX  MM
 MM   PO "RACKET
3UPERIOR A  MM 3UPPORT  § MAX  IN
3OPORTE DIMENSION
 § MAX  MM
)NSTALLATION KIT NOT SUPPLIED  §  PO MAX
+IT DINSTALLATION NON FOURNI TAMA×O
+IT DE INSTALACIØN NO SUMINISTRADO  §  MM MÈX

0RECAUTIONS )NSTALLING THE MICROPHONE -OUNTING THE UNIT


.OTES
s 4O PREVENT MALFUNCTION INSTALL ONLY WITH THE SUPPLIED SCREWS
ʖ
s #HOOSE THE INSTALLATION LOCATION CAREFULLY SO THAT THE 4O CAPTURE YOUR VOICE DURING HANDSFREE CALLING YOU NEED s $O NOT APPLY EXCESSIVE FORCE TO THE BUTTONS OF THE UNIT
UNIT WILL NOT INTERFERE WITH NORMAL DRIVING OPERATIONS s $O NOT PRESS ON THE ,#$
TO INSTALL THE MICROPHONE 8! -# ʗ s "EFORE MOUNTING MAKE SURE THERE IS NOTHING ON THE TOP OF THE
s !VOID INSTALLING THE UNIT IN AREAS SUBJECT TO DUST DIRT ǹ ! -OUNTING THE UNIT WITH AN UNIT
EXCESSIVE VIBRATION OR HIGH TEMPERATURES SUCH AS IN #AUTIONS
DIRECT SUNLIGHT OR NEAR HEATER DUCTS s +EEP THE MICROPHONE AWAY FROM EXTREMELY HIGH INSTALLATION KIT NOT SUPPLIED
s 5SE ONLY THE SUPPLIED MOUNTING HARDWARE FOR A SAFE TEMPERATURES AND HUMIDITY 9OU CAN USE A COMMERCIALLY AVAILABLE DOUBLE $).
AND SECURE INSTALLATION s )T IS EXTREMELY DANGEROUS IF THE CORD BECOMES WOUND INSTALLATION KIT #HOOSE AN INSTALLATION KIT WITH THE 7ARNING IF YOUR CARS IGNITION
AROUND THE STEERING COLUMN OR GEARSTICK "E SURE TO
s 4O OPENCLOSE THE FRONT PANEL SMOOTHLY INSERTEJECT A
DISC EASILY AND ESPECIALLY TO DRIVE SAFELY A CERTAIN KEEP IT AND OTHER PARTS FROM OBSTRUCTING YOUR DRIVING
FOLLOWING PANEL FRAME SIZE
,ARGER THAN  §  MM   §   IN WH WITH
HAS NO !## POSITION
DISTANCE BETWEEN THE FRONT PANEL AND THE SHIFT LEVER IS s )F AIRBAGS OR ANY OTHER SHOCK ABSORBING EQUIPMENT IS IN INNER CORNER RADIUS LESS THAN  MM  IN 
YOUR CAR CONTACT THE STORE WHERE YOU PURCHASED THIS "E SURE TO SET THE !UTO /FF FUNCTION &OR DETAILS SEE THE
NECESSARY 4HE NECESSARY DISTANCE DIFFERS DEPENDING ON .OTES
SUPPLIED /PERATING )NSTRUCTIONS
THE SHIFT LEVER POSITION OF YOUR CAR "EFORE INSTALLING THE UNIT OR THE CAR DEALER BEFORE INSTALLATION s "E SURE TO USE THE SUPPLIED SCREWS ʖ
s "EFORE INSTALLING THE UNIT WITH THE INSTALLATION KIT MOUNTED BE 4HE UNIT WILL SHUT OFF COMPLETELY AND AUTOMATICALLY IN THE
UNIT CHOOSE THE INSTALLATION LOCATION CAREFULLY SO THAT SURE TO PERFORM THE FOLLOWING CONFIRMATION SET TIME AFTER THE UNIT IS TURNED OFF WHICH PREVENTS
YOU CAN DRIVE SAFELY
Ǹ ! )NSTALLING ON THE SUN VISOR 0OWER THE UNIT ON OPENCLOSE THE FRONT PANEL BY PRESSING ì
REPEATEDLY TO CHECK THE FRONT PANEL DOES NOT TOUCH THE
BATTERY DRAIN
)F YOU DO NOT SET THE !UTO /FF FUNCTION PRESS AND HOLD
 MM  )NSTALL THE MICROPHONE A ON THE CLIP B  INSTALLATION KIT
ůƙƕƛƘƉƋŶƕƌƌŰ UNTIL THE DISPLAY DISAPPEARS EACH TIME
3HIFT LEVER
  IN  )NSTALL THE CLIP B ON THE SUN VISOR YOU TURN THE IGNITION OFF
ǹ " -OUNTING THE UNIT IN A *APANESE
Ǹ " )NSTALLING ON THE DASHBOARD CAR
9OU MAY BE ABLE TO INSTALL THIS UNIT IN SOME MAKES OF
2ESET BUTTON
 )NSTALL THE MICROPHONE A ON THE CLIP B THEN *APANESE CARS WITHOUT AN INSTALLATION KIT NOT SUPPLIED 
PLACE THE CORD ALONG THE GROOVE OF THE CLIP B  7HEN THE INSTALLATION AND CONNECTIONS ARE COMPLETED BE
)N THE CASE YOU CANNOT CONSULT YOUR 3ONY DEALER
SURE TO PRESS THE RESET BUTTON WITH A BALL POINT PEN ETC
 !TTACH THE CLIP B TO THE DASHBOARD WITH THE
DOUBLE SIDED TAPE D  7HEN MOUNTING THIS UNIT TO THE PREINSTALLED BRACKETS OF
YOUR CAR USE THE SUPPLIED SCREWS ʖ IN THE APPROPRIATE
.OTE
"EFORE ATTACHING THE DOUBLE SIDED TAPE D CLEAN UP THE SURFACE SCREW HOLES ACCORDING TO YOUR CAR 4 FOR 4/9/4! -
OF THE DASHBOARD WITH A DRY CLOTH FOR -)435")3() AND . FOR .)33!.
!DJUSTING THE MICROPHONE ANGLE
-OUNTING ANGLE ADJUSTMENT !DJUST THE MICROPHONE ANGLE TO THE PROPER POSITION 4 .
!DJUST THE MOUNTING ANGLE TO LESS THAN   .OTE
- -
4
4HE MICROPHONE SWIVELS ON A SINGLE AXIS AS SHOWN IN THE . 4
DIAGRAM BELOW $O NOT TURN IT THE WRONG WAY FORCIBLY
#ONNECTING THE PARKING BRAKE 4
CORD 4
.
.

.
"E SURE TO CONNECT THE PARKING CORD LIGHT GREEN OF ʓ TO -
THE PARKING BRAKE SWITCH CORD 4HE MOUNTING POSITION OF
THE PARKING BRAKE SWITCH CORD DEPENDS ON YOUR CAR
#ONSULT YOUR CAR DEALER OR YOUR NEAREST 3ONY DEALER FOR
FURTHER DETAILS

7
XAV-70BT/E70BT

(AEP, Russian and UK models)


 &OR DETAILS ON INSTALLING THE MICROPHONE SEE h)NSTALLING THE MICROPHONE Ǹ v ON
 0ARA OBTENER MÈS INFORMACIØN ACERCA DE LA INSTALACIØN DEL MICRØFONO CONSULTE
 0ER ULTERIORI INFORMAZIONI SULLINSTALLAZIONE DEL MICROFONO CONSULTARE LA SEZIONE
THE REVERSE SIDE h)NSTALACIØN DEL MICRØFONO Ǹ v EN EL REVERSO h)NSTALLAZIONE DEL MICROFONO Ǹ v SUL LATO OPPOSTO

 .OTE FOR THE ANTENNA AERIAL CONNECTING
 .OTA PARA LA CONEXIØN DE LA ANTENA
 .OTA PER IL COLLEGAMENTO DELLANTENNA
)F YOUR CAR ANTENNA AERIAL IS AN )3/ )NTERNATIONAL /RGANIZATION FOR 3I LA ANTENA DEL VEHÓCULO CUMPLE CON LA NORMA )3/ /RGANIZACIØN INTERNACIONAL 3E LANTENNA DELLAUTO Ò DI TIPO )3/ )NTERNATIONAL /RGANIZATION FOR
3TANDARDIZATION TYPE USE THE SUPPLIED ADAPTOR ʔ TO CONNECT IT &IRST CONNECT DE NORMALIZACIØN UTILICE EL ADAPTADOR ʔ SUMINISTRADO PARA CONECTARLA %N 3TANDARDIZATION UTILIZZARE LADATTATORE ʔ IN DOTAZIONE PER COLLEGARLA #OLLEGARE
THE CAR ANTENNA AERIAL TO THE SUPPLIED ADAPTOR THEN CONNECT IT TO THE ANTENNA PRIMER LUGAR CONECTE LA ANTENA DEL VEHÓCULO AL ADAPTADOR SUMINISTRADO Y A PRIMA LANTENNA DELLA MACCHINA ALLADATTATORE IN DOTAZIONE QUINDI COLLEGARLA ALLA
AERIAL JACK OF THE MASTER UNIT CONTINUACIØN CONECTE ÏSTE A LA TOMA DE LA ANTENA DE LA UNIDAD PRINCIPAL PRESA DELLANTENNA DELLAPPARECCHIO PRINCIPALE

7HETHER IN USE OR NOT ROUTE THE -)# INPUT CORD SUCH THAT IT DOES NOT INTERFERE

 )NDEPENDIENTEMENTE DE SI VA A UTILIZARLO PASE EL CABLE DE ENTRADA -)# DE
 )NDIPENDENTEMENTE DAL FATTO CHE VENGA UTILIZZATO O MENO SISTEMARE IL CAVO DI
WITH DRIVING 3ECURE WITH A CORD CLAMP ETC IF THE CORDS ARE INSTALLED AROUND MODO QUE NO OBSTACULICE LAS MANIOBRAS DE CONDUCCIØN &IJE LOS CABLES CON UNA INGRESSO -)# IN MODO CHE NON INTERFERISCA CON LA GUIDA 3E I CAVI SONO INSTALLATI
YOUR FEET ABRAZADERA PARA CABLES O SIMILAR SI LOS INSTALA EN LA ZONA DE LOS PIES NELLA PARTE DELLABITACOLO RISERVATA AI PIEDI FISSATI CON FERMACAVI O SIMILI

 2#! PIN CORD NOT SUPPLIED 
 #ABLE CON TERMINALES 2#! NO SUMINISTRADO 
#AVO A PIEDINI 2#! NON IN DOTAZIONE 

9ELLOW CONTINUOUS POWER SUPPLY

&OR DETAILS ON CONNECTING TO THE PARKING BRAKE SWITCH CORD SEE h#ONNECTING THE

 0ARA OBTENER MÈS INFORMACIØN ACERCA DE LA CONEXIØN AL CABLE DEL INTERRUPTOR DEL
 0ER ULTERIORI INFORMAZIONI SULLA MODALITË DI COLLEGAMENTO DEL CAVO DI  !MARILLO FUENTE DE ALIMENTACIØN CONTINUA
PARKING BRAKE CORD Ƿ v ON THE REVERSE SIDE FRENO DE MANO CONSULTE h#ONEXIØN DEL CABLE DEL FRENO DE MANO Ƿ v EN EL COMMUTAZIONE DEL FRENO A MANO CONSULTARE LA SEZIONE h#OLLEGAMENTO DEL CAVO 'IALLO ALIMENTAZIONE CONTINUA

 $O NOT REMOVE THE PROTECTIVE DEVICE REVERSO DEL FRENO A MANO Ƿ v SUL LATO OPPOSTO

 .O EXTRAIGA EL DISPOSITIVO DE PROTECCIØN
 .ON RIMUOVERE IL DISPOSITIVO DI PROTEZIONE "LUE POWER ANTENNA AERIAL CONTROL

 3EPARATE ADAPTOR MAY BE REQUIRED

 %S POSIBLE QUE SE NECESITE UN ADAPTADOR INDEPENDIENTE
 0OTREBBE ESSERE NECESSARIO UN ADATTATORE SEPARATO  !ZUL CONTROL DE LA ANTENA MOTORIZADA

 2EMOVE THE CAP FROM THE 53" CONNECTOR BEFORE USE

 #ONNECT THE YELLOW PLUG TO !58 6)$%/ ).
 %XTRAIGA LA TAPA DEL CONECTOR 53" ANTES DE SU UTILIZACIØN
 0RIMA DELLUSO RIMUOVERE IL CAPPUCCIO DAL CONNETTORE 53" "LU COMANDO DELLANTENNA ELETTRICA

 53" CONNECTION CABLE 2# )06 NOT SUPPLIED  "E SURE TO CONNECT THE VIDEO
 #ONECTE LA CLAVIJA AMARILLA A LA TOMA !58 6)$%/ ).
 #OLLEGARE LA SPINA GIALLA AD !58 6)$%/ ). /RANGE7HITE SWITCHED ILLUMINATION POWER SUPPLY
OUTPUT PLUG TO !58 6)$%/ ). &OR DETAILS SEE THE INSTRUCTIONS MANUAL OF THE
 #ABLE DE CONEXIØN 53" 2# )06 NO SUMINISTRADO  !SEGÞRESE DE CONECTAR
 #AVO DI COLLEGAMENTO 53" 2# )06 NON IN DOTAZIONE  !SSICURARSI DI  .ARANJAS Y BLANCAS FUENTE DE ALIMENTACIØN DE ILUMINACIØN CONMUTADA
2# )06 LA CLAVIJA DE SALIDA DE VÓDEO A LA TOMA !58 6)$%/ ). 0ARA OBTENER MÈS COLLEGARE LA SPINA DI USCITA VIDEO AD !58 6)$%/ ). 0ER ULTERIORI INFORMAZIONI !RANCIONEBIANCO ALIMENTAZIONE ILLUMINAZIONE COMMUTATA
INFORMACIØN CONSULTE EL MANUAL DE INSTRUCCIONES DEL MODELO 2# )06 CONSULTARE IL MANUALE DELLE ISTRUZIONI DEL MODELLO 2# )06
2ED SWITCHED POWER SUPPLY
 2OJO FUENTE DE ALIMENTACIØN CONMUTADA
2OSSO ALIMENTAZIONE COMMUTATA
3EE h0OWER CONNECTION DIAGRAMv ON THE REVERSE SIDE FOR DETAILS
"LACK GROUND EARTH
0ARA OBTENER MÈS INFORMACIØN CONSULTE EL h$IAGRAMA DE CONEXIØN  .EGRO MASA
DE LA ALIMENTACIØNv QUE ENCONTRARÈ AL DORSO .ERO TERRA
0ER ULTERIORI INFORMAZIONI VEDERE h$IAGRAMMA DEI COLLEGAMENTI DI
ALIMENTAZIONEv CHE SI TROVA SUL RETRO 0OSITIONS   AND  DO NOT HAVE PINS
,AS POSICIONES   Y  NO TIENEN PINES
,E POSIZIONI   E  NON HANNO PIEDINI

 
-AX SUPPLY CURRENT  ! "LUEWHITE STRIPED
#ORRIENTE MÈX DE ALIMENTACIØN DE   ! #ON RAYAS AZULES Y BLANCAS
!LIMENTAZIONE MASSIMA FORNITA   ! !-0 2%- 2IGATO BLU E BIANCO FROM THE CARS POWER CONNECTOR
DESDE EL CONECTOR DE ALIMENTACIØN DEL VEHÓCULO
DAL CONNETTORE DI ALIMENTAZIONE DELLAUTO
,IGHT BLUE
!ZUL CELESTE  
!44 !ZZURRO

   
,IGHT GREEN
6ERDE CLARO
0!2+).' "2!+% 6ERDE CHIARO FROM THE CARS SPEAKER CONNECTOR
DESDE EL CONECTOR DE LOS ALTAVOCES DEL VEHÓCULO
DAL CONNETTORE DEL DIFFUSORE DELLAUTO


ʕ


    

3PEAKER 2EAR 2IGHT
 !LTAVOZ POSTERIOR DERECHO
0URPLE $IFFUSORE POSTERIORE DESTRO
-ORADO
3PEAKER 2EAR 2IGHT

 
6IOLA
n !LTAVOZ POSTERIOR DERECHO
$IFFUSORE POSTERIORE DESTRO
&USE  !


 3PEAKER &RONT 2IGHT
&USIBLE  !
  &USIBILE  !  
'RAY
!LTAVOZ FRONTAL DERECHO
$IFFUSORE ANTERIORE DESTRO
'RIS
'RIGIO 3PEAKER &RONT 2IGHT
 n !LTAVOZ FRONTAL DERECHO

  $IFFUSORE ANTERIORE DESTRO

3PEAKER &RONT ,EFT
 !LTAVOZ FRONTAL IZQUIERDO
 7HITE $IFFUSORE ANTERIORE SINISTRO
     

"LANCO
ʗ
 "IANCO 3PEAKER &RONT ,EFT
ʛ

 FROM CAR ANTENNA AERIAL  n !LTAVOZ FRONTAL IZQUIERDO
DESDE LA ANTENA DEL VEHÓCULO   
$IFFUSORE ANTERIORE SINISTRO
 

DALLANTENNA DELLAUTO
 3PEAKER 2EAR ,EFT
ʔ  !LTAVOZ POSTERIOR IZQUIERDO
'REEN $IFFUSORE POSTERIORE SINISTRO
6ERDE
ʖ 6ERDE 3PEAKER 2EAR ,EFT
 n !LTAVOZ POSTERIOR IZQUIERDO

  $IFFUSORE POSTERIORE SINISTRO




.EGATIVE POLARITY POSITIONS    AND  HAVE STRIPED LEADS
   ,OS CABLES DE LAS POSICIONES DE POLARIDAD NEGATIVA    Y  SON RAYADOS
 ,E POSIZIONI A POLARITË NEGATIVA    E  HANNO CAVI RIGATI


 0ROTECTIVE DEVICE
$ISPOSITIVO DE PROTECCIØN 
$ISPOSITIVO DI PROTEZIONE



 



 






  


 

%QUIPMENT USED IN ILLUSTRATIONS NOT SUPPLIED #AUTIONS #ONNECTION EXAMPLE


%QUIPO UTILIZADO EN LAS ILUSTRACIONES NO SUMINISTRADO s 4HIS UNIT IS DESIGNED FOR NEGATIVE GROUND EARTH  6 .OTES ǵ !
!PPARECCHIATURA UTILIZZATA NELLE ILLUSTRAZIONI NON IN DOTAZIONE $# OPERATION ONLY s "E SURE TO CONNECT THE GROUND EARTH LEAD BEFORE CONNECTING
s $O NOT DISASSEMBLE OR MODIFY THE UNIT THE AMPLIFIER
s 4HE ALARM WILL ONLY SOUND IF THE BUILT IN AMPLIFIER IS USED
s $O NOT INSTALL IN LOCATIONS WHICH INTERFERE WITH AIRBAG
OPERATION .OTE ǵ "
&RONT SPEAKER 53" DEVICE 9OU CANNOT USE THE OPTIONAL DEVICES SIMULTANEOUSLY EVEN IF THEY
!LTAVOZ FRONTAL $ISPOSITIVO 53" s $O NOT GET THE LEADS UNDER A SCREW OR CAUGHT IN MOVING ARE CONNECTED TO ALL THE TERMINALS
$IFFUSORE ANTERIORE $ISPOSITIVO 53" PARTS EG SEAT RAILING 
s "EFORE MAKING CONNECTIONS TURN THE CAR IGNITION OFF TO
AVOID SHORT CIRCUITS
s #ONNECT THE POWER SUPPLY LEAD ʕ TO THE UNIT AND #ONNECTION DIAGRAM
2EAR SPEAKER
SPEAKERS BEFORE CONNECTING IT TO THE AUXILIARY POWER
!LTAVOZ POSTERIOR I0OD
CONNECTOR ɸ 4O !-0 2%-/4% ). OF AN OPTIONAL POWER
$IFFUSORE POSTERIORE s 2UN ALL GROUND EARTH LEADS TO A COMMON AMPLIFIER
GROUND EARTH POINT 4HIS CONNECTION IS ONLY FOR AMPLIFIERS #ONNECTING ANY OTHER
s "E SURE TO INSULATE ANY LOOSE UNCONNECTED LEADS WITH SYSTEM MAY DAMAGE THE UNIT
ELECTRICAL TAPE FOR SAFETY ɹ 4O THE INTERFACE CABLE OF A CAR TELEPHONE
s $O NOT PRESS ON THE ,#$ WHEN INSTALLING THE UNIT ɺ 4O THE PARKING BRAKE SWITCH CORD
0OWER AMPLIFIER 2EAR VIEW CAMERA s $O NOT INSTALL THE UNIT WITH THE MONITOR ANGLE CHANGED
!MPLIFICADOR DE POTENCIA #ÈMARA DE VISIØN TRASERA ʭ 4O AUXILIARY EQUIPMENT SUCH AS A PORTABLE
!MPLIFICATORE DI POTENZA 4ELECAMERA PER RETROMARCIA .OTES ON THE POWER SUPPLY LEAD YELLOW MEDIA PLAYER GAME ETC NOT SUPPLIED
s 7HEN CONNECTING THIS UNIT IN COMBINATION WITH OTHER 4IP
STEREO COMPONENTS THE CONNECTED CAR CIRCUITS RATING 9OU CAN USE THE SUPPLIED 2#! PIN CORD ʗ OR AN OPTIONAL
ONE
MUST BE HIGHER THAN THE SUM OF EACH COMPONENTS FUSE
!CTIVE SUBWOOFER s 7HEN NO CAR CIRCUITS ARE RATED HIGH ENOUGH CONNECT ʮ 4O THE  6 POWER TERMINAL OF THE CARS BACK
-ONITOR LAMP LEAD ONLY WHEN CONNECTING THE REAR
!LTAVOZ POTENCIADOR DE THE UNIT DIRECTLY TO THE BATTERY
-ONITOR VIEW CAMERA
GRAVES ACTIVO
-ONITOR
3UBWOOFER ATTIVO

7ARNING
)F YOU HAVE A POWER ANTENNA AERIAL WITHOUT A RELAY BOX
CONNECTING THIS UNIT WITH THE SUPPLIED POWER SUPPLY LEAD
ʕ MAY DAMAGE THE ANTENNA AERIAL 
.OTES ON THE CONTROL AND POWER SUPPLY LEADS
s 4HE POWER ANTENNA AERIAL CONTROL LEAD BLUE SUPPLIES  6

!
$# WHEN YOU TURN ON THE TUNER OR WHEN YOU ACTIVATE THE !&
!LTERNATIVE &REQUENCY OR 4! 4RAFFIC !NNOUNCEMENT FUNCTION
s 7HEN YOUR CAR HAS BUILT IN &--7,7 ANTENNA AERIAL IN THE
REARSIDE GLASS CONNECT THE POWER ANTENNA AERIAL CONTROL
LEAD BLUE OR THE ACCESSORY POWER SUPPLY LEAD RED TO THE
POWER TERMINAL OF THE EXISTING ANTENNA AERIAL BOOSTER &OR
DETAILS CONSULT YOUR DEALER
s ! POWER ANTENNA AERIAL WITHOUT A RELAY BOX CANNOT BE USED

   WITH THIS UNIT
  -EMORY HOLD CONNECTION
7HEN THE YELLOW POWER SUPPLY LEAD IS CONNECTED POWER WILL
ALWAYS BE SUPPLIED TO THE MEMORY CIRCUIT EVEN WHEN THE IGNITION
SWITCH IS TURNED OFF
.OTES ON SPEAKER CONNECTION
s "EFORE CONNECTING THE SPEAKERS TURN THE UNIT OFF
s 5SE SPEAKERS WITH AN IMPEDANCE OF  TO  OHMS AND WITH
ADEQUATE POWER HANDLING CAPACITIES TO AVOID ITS DAMAGE
s $O NOT CONNECT THE SPEAKER TERMINALS TO THE CAR CHASSIS OR
CONNECT THE TERMINALS OF THE RIGHT SPEAKERS WITH THOSE OF THE


 LEFT SPEAKER
s $O NOT CONNECT THE GROUND EARTH LEAD OF THIS UNIT TO THE
NEGATIVE n TERMINAL OF THE SPEAKER
s $O NOT ATTEMPT TO CONNECT THE SPEAKERS IN PARALLEL


  s #ONNECT ONLY PASSIVE SPEAKERS #ONNECTING ACTIVE SPEAKERS
  WITH BUILT IN AMPLIFIERS TO THE SPEAKER TERMINALS MAY DAMAGE
THE UNIT
s 4O AVOID A MALFUNCTION DO NOT USE THE BUILT IN SPEAKER LEADS
INSTALLED IN YOUR CAR IF THE UNIT SHARES A COMMON NEGATIVE n
LEAD FOR THE RIGHT AND LEFT SPEAKERS
s $O NOT CONNECT THE UNITS SPEAKER LEADS TO EACH OTHER
.OTES ON CONNECTION
s )F SPEAKER AND AMPLIFIER ARE NOT CONNECTED CORRECTLY h/UTPUT
CONNECTION FAILUREv APPEARS IN THE DISPLAY )N THIS CASE MAKE
SURE THE SPEAKER AND AMPLIFIER ARE CONNECTED CORRECTLY
s )F YOU ARE TO USE THE MONITOR FOR THE REAR SEATS CONNECT THE
PARKING BRAKE SWITCH CORD TO THE GROUND EARTH 

"
     
 
'AME

#ONSOLA DE
VIDEOJUEGOS
6IDEO CAMERA

$ISPOSITIVO DI 6IDEOCÈMARA

GIOCO
6IDEOCAMERA

     
 


NOT SUPPLIED


NO SUMINISTRADOS
NON IN DOTAZIONE

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!   "  
&ACE THE HOOK INWARDS
/RIENTE EL GANCHO HACIA
B C A DENTRO
A D B
ʘ #ON IL GANCETTO RIVOLTO VERSO
LINTERNO
A A

B B
C

q q
ʓ

!    "
SIZE ʚ
 § MAX  MM
 § MAX  IN
TAMA×O TO DASHBOARDCENTER CONSOLE
$ASHBOARD  § MÈX  MM AL SALPICADERO O CONSOLA CENTRAL
,ARGER THAN  MM   IN 3ALPICADERO DIMENSIONI AL CRUSCOTTOALLA CONSOLE CENTRALE
$E LONGITUD SUPERIOR A  MM #RUSCOTTO  § MAX  MM
3UPERIORE A  MM
ʓ

,ARGER THAN  MM   IN "RACKET


$E LONGITUD SUPERIOR A  MM 3OPORTE
3UPERIORE A  MM 3TAFFA

#LAWS
'ANCHOS
ʓ -ORSETTI %XISTING PARTS SUPPLIED WITH YOUR CAR
0IEZAS EXISTENTES SUMINISTRADAS CON SU AUTOMØVIL ʚ
0ARTI IN DOTAZIONE CON LAUTO SIZE
 § MAX  MM
 § MAX  IN
"RACKET TAMA×O
3OPORTE  § MÈX  MM
3TAFFA DIMENSIONI
 § MAX  MM

&OOT BRAKE TYPE (AND BRAKE TYPE


&RENO DE PIE &RENO DE MANO
&RENO A PEDALE &RENO A MANO

0ARKING BRAKE SWITCH CORD


#ABLE DEL INTERRUPTOR DEL 0ARKING BRAKE SWITCH CORD
FRENO DE MANO #ABLE DEL INTERRUPTOR DEL
#AVO DI COMMUTAZIONE DEL FRENO DE MANO
FRENO A MANO #AVO DI COMMUTAZIONE DEL
FRENO A MANO

0RECAUTIONS -OUNTING THE UNIT 0OWER CONNECTION DIAGRAM


s #HOOSE THE INSTALLATION LOCATION CAREFULLY SO THAT THE !UXILIARY POWER CONNECTOR MAY VARY DEPENDING ON THE
UNIT WILL NOT INTERFERE WITH NORMAL DRIVING OPERATIONS CAR #HECK YOUR CARS AUXILIARY POWER CONNECTOR DIAGRAM
s !VOID INSTALLING THE UNIT IN AREAS SUBJECT TO DUST DIRT Ǻ ! -OUNTING THE UNIT WITH THE TO MAKE SURE THE CONNECTIONS MATCH CORRECTLY 4HERE ARE
EXCESSIVE VIBRATION OR HIGH TEMPERATURE SUCH AS IN SUPPLIED BRACKET THREE BASIC TYPES ILLUSTRATED BELOW  9OU MAY NEED TO
DIRECT SUNLIGHT OR NEAR HEATER DUCTS SWITCH THE POSITIONS OF THE RED AND YELLOW LEADS IN THE CAR !UXILIARY POWER CONNECTOR
s 5SE ONLY THE SUPPLIED MOUNTING HARDWARE FOR A SAFE .OTE Ǻ !  STEREOS POWER SUPPLY LEAD
"END THESE CLAWS OUTWARD FOR A TIGHT FIT #ONECTOR DE ALIMENTACIØN AUXILIAR
AND SECURE INSTALLATION !FTER MATCHING THE CONNECTIONS AND SWITCHED POWER
s 4O OPENCLOSE THE FRONT PANEL SMOOTHLY INSERTEJECT A SUPPLY LEADS CORRECTLY CONNECT THE UNIT TO THE CARS POWER #ONNETTORE DI ALIMENTAZIONE AUSILIARIA
DISC EASILY AND ESPECIALLY TO DRIVE SAFELY A CERTAIN Ǻ " -OUNTING THE UNIT IN A *APANESE SUPPLY )F YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS AND PROBLEMS
DISTANCE BETWEEN THE FRONT PANEL AND THE SHIFT LEVER IS CONNECTING YOUR UNIT THAT ARE NOT COVERED IN THIS MANUAL
NECESSARY 4HE NECESSARY DISTANCE DIFFERS DEPENDING ON CAR PLEASE CONSULT THE CAR DEALER
THE SHIFT LEVER POSITION OF YOUR CAR "EFORE INSTALLING THE 9OU MAY BE ABLE TO INSTALL THIS UNIT IN SOME MAKES OF
UNIT CHOOSE THE INSTALLATION LOCATION CAREFULLY SO THAT *APANESE CARS WITHOUT THE SUPPLIED BRACKET )N THE CASE
YOU CAN DRIVE SAFELY YOU CANNOT CONSULT YOUR 3ONY DEALER

 MM 7HEN MOUNTING THIS UNIT TO THE PREINSTALLED BRACKETS OF


  IN YOUR CAR USE THE SUPPLIED SCREWS ʚ IN THE APPROPRIATE
3HIFT LEVER SCREW HOLES ACCORDING TO YOUR CAR 4 FOR 4/9/4! -
FOR -)435")3() AND . FOR .)33!. 2ED 2ED
2OJO 2OJO
2OSSO 2OSSO
4 .
- -
4
. 4

4
.
4 .

-OUNTING ANGLE ADJUSTMENT .


-
!DJUST THE MOUNTING ANGLE TO LESS THAN  
9ELLOW 9ELLOW
!MARILLO !MARILLO
#ONNECTING THE PARKING BRAKE .OTES
s 4O PREVENT MALFUNCTION INSTALL ONLY WITH THE SUPPLIED SCREWS 'IALLO 'IALLO
CORD ʚ
s $O NOT APPLY EXCESSIVE FORCE TO THE BUTTONS OF THE UNIT
s $O NOT PRESS ON THE ,#$
"E SURE TO CONNECT THE PARKING CORD LIGHT GREEN OF ʕ TO s "EFORE MOUNTING MAKE SURE THERE IS NOTHING ON THE TOP OF THE 9ELLOW CONTINUOUS POWER SUPPLY 2ED SWITCHED POWER SUPPLY
UNIT  !MARILLO FUENTE DE ALIMENTACIØN CONTINUA  2OJO FUENTE DE ALIMENTACIØN CONMUTADA
THE PARKING BRAKE SWITCH CORD 4HE MOUNTING POSITION OF
THE PARKING BRAKE SWITCH CORD DEPENDS ON YOUR CAR 'IALLO ALIMENTAZIONE CONTINUA 2OSSO ALIMENTAZIONE COMMUTATE
#ONSULT YOUR CAR DEALER OR YOUR NEAREST 3ONY DEALER FOR
FURTHER DETAILS 7ARNING IF YOUR CARS IGNITION
HAS NO !## POSITION
)NSTALLING THE MICROPHONE "E SURE TO SET THE !UTO /FF FUNCTION &OR DETAILS SEE THE
SUPPLIED /PERATING )NSTRUCTIONS
4O CAPTURE YOUR VOICE DURING HANDSFREE CALLING YOU NEED 2ED 2ED
4HE UNIT WILL SHUT OFF COMPLETELY AND AUTOMATICALLY IN THE
TO INSTALL THE MICROPHONE 8! -# ʛ 2OJO 2OJO
SET TIME AFTER THE UNIT IS TURNED OFF WHICH PREVENTS
2OSSO 2OSSO
#AUTIONS BATTERY DRAIN
s +EEP THE MICROPHONE AWAY FROM EXTREMELY HIGH )F YOU DO NOT SET THE !UTO /FF FUNCTION PRESS AND HOLD
TEMPERATURES AND HUMIDITY ůƙƕƛƘƉƋŶƕƌƌŰ UNTIL THE DISPLAY DISAPPEARS EACH TIME
s )T IS EXTREMELY DANGEROUS IF THE CORD BECOMES WOUND YOU TURN THE IGNITION OFF
AROUND THE STEERING COLUMN OR GEARSTICK "E SURE TO
KEEP IT AND OTHER PARTS FROM OBSTRUCTING YOUR DRIVING
s )F AIRBAGS OR ANY OTHER SHOCK ABSORBING EQUIPMENT IS IN 2ESET BUTTON
YOUR CAR CONTACT THE STORE WHERE YOU PURCHASED THIS
UNIT OR THE CAR DEALER BEFORE INSTALLATION 7HEN THE INSTALLATION AND CONNECTIONS ARE COMPLETED BE
SURE TO PRESS THE RESET BUTTON WITH A BALL POINT PEN ETC
Ǹ ! )NSTALLING ON THE SUN VISOR 9ELLOW 9ELLOW
!MARILLO !MARILLO
 )NSTALL THE MICROPHONE A ON THE CLIP B  'IALLO 'IALLO
 )NSTALL THE CLIP B ON THE SUN VISOR

Ǹ " )NSTALLING ON THE DASHBOARD 9ELLOW SWITCHED POWER SUPPLY 2ED CONTINUOUS POWER SUPPLY
 !MARILLO FUENTE DE ALIMENTACIØN CONMUTADA  2OJO FUENTE DE ALIMENTACIØN CONTINUA
 )NSTALL THE MICROPHONE A ON THE CLIP B THEN 'IALLO ALIMENTAZIONE COMMUTATE 2OSSO ALIMENTAZIONE CONTINUA
PLACE THE CORD ALONG THE GROOVE OF THE CLIP B 
 !TTACH THE CLIP B TO THE DASHBOARD WITH THE
DOUBLE SIDED TAPE D 
.OTE
"EFORE ATTACHING THE DOUBLE SIDED TAPE D CLEAN UP THE SURFACE
OF THE DASHBOARD WITH A DRY CLOTH

!DJUSTING THE MICROPHONE ANGLE 2ED 2ED


!DJUST THE MICROPHONE ANGLE TO THE PROPER POSITION 2OJO 2OJO
.OTE 2OSSO 2OSSO
4HE MICROPHONE SWIVELS ON A SINGLE AXIS AS SHOWN IN THE
DIAGRAM BELOW $O NOT TURN IT THE WRONG WAY FORCIBLY

9ELLOW 9ELLOW
2EMOVING THE BRACKET !MARILLO
'IALLO
!MARILLO
'IALLO

"EFORE INSTALLING THE UNIT REMOVE THE BRACKET ʓ


FROM THE UNIT
THE CAR WITHOUT !## POSITION
 )NSERT BOTH RELEASE KEYS ʘ TOGETHER BETWEEN 6EHÓCULO SIN POSICIØN !##
THE UNIT AND THE BRACKET ʓ UNTIL THEY CLICK !UTO PRIVA DELLA POSIZIONE !##
 0ULL DOWN THE BRACKET ʓ THEN PULL UP THE
UNIT TO SEPARATE

9
XAV-70BT/E70BT
Ver. 1.1

(E and Saudi Arabia models)

! 
"LACK
.EGRO
/RANGEWHITE STRIPED
#ON RAYAS NARANJAS Y BLANCAS ),,5-).!4)/.

"LUE 2ED

  
!.4 2%- !ZUL 2OJO
   -AX SUPPLY CURRENT  !
#ORRIENTE MÈX DE ALIMENTACIØN DE   !

"LUEWHITE STRIPED 9ELLOW


!-0 2%- #ON RAYAS AZULES Y BLANCAS !MARILLO
 -AX SUPPLY CURRENT  !


 #ORRIENTE MÈX DE ALIMENTACIØN DE   !



  ,IGHT BLUE ,IGHT GREEN
  !44 !ZUL CLARO 6ERDE CLARO 0!2+).' "2!+%

7HITE

"LANCO

,EFT
)ZQUIERDO

7HITEBLACK STRIPED
#ON RAYAS BLANCAS Y NEGRAS

'RAY
'RIS

" 'RAYBLACK STRIPED


2IGHT
$ERECHO

#ON RAYAS GRISES Y NEGRAS

'REEN
      6ERDE
  ,EFT
)ZQUIERDO

6IDEO CAMERA
'REENBLACK STRIPED
6IDEOCÈMARA
#ON RAYAS VERDES Y NEGRAS

0URPLE
-ORADO
'AME

*UEGO
2IGHT
     
$ERECHO
 
ʔ 0URPLEBLACK STRIPED

   #ON RAYAS MORADAS Y NEGRAS


NOT SUPPLIED
NO SUMINISTRADO




&USE  !
  &USIBLE  ! 

 
%QUIPMENT USED IN ILLUSTRATIONS NOT SUPPLIED
%QUIPO UTILIZADO EN LAS ILUSTRACIONES NO SUMINISTRADO 



&RONT SPEAKER 53" DEVICE 



   
!LTAVOZ FRONTAL $ISPOSITIVO 53"  

ʖ

ʚ
 FROM CAR ANTENNA AERIAL   

DESDE LA ANTENA DEL AUTOMØVIL  



2EAR SPEAKER
I0OD
!LTAVOZ POSTERIOR
ʕ




 
 
0OWER AMPLIlER 2EAR VIEW CAMERA

 
!MPLIlCADOR DE POTENCIA #ÈMARA RETROVISORA 

 


!CTIVE SUBWOOFER
-ONITOR
!LTAVOZ POTENCIADOR DE
-ONITOR

GRAVES ACTIVO


 0ROTECTIVE DEVICE
$ISPOSITIVO DE PROTECCIØN 


 


 

 






 

 


 &OR DETAILS ON INSTALLING THE MICROPHONE SEE h)NSTALLING THE
 0ARA OBTENER DETALLES SOBRE LA INSTALACIØN DEL MICRØFONO CONSULTE
MICROPHONE Ǹ v ON THE REVERSE SIDE h)NSTALACIØN DEL MICRØFONO Ǹ v AL REVERSO

 7HETHER IN USE OR NOT ROUTE THE -)# INPUT CORD SUCH THAT IT DOES
 3E ESTÏ UTILIZANDO O NO COLOQUE EL CABLE DE ENTRADA -)# DE MODO
NOT INTERFERE WITH DRIVING 3ECURE WITH A CORD CLAMP ETC IF THE QUE NO INTERlERA EN EL MANEJO DEL AUTOMØVIL 3I INSTALA LOS CABLES
CORDS ARE INSTALLED AROUND YOUR FEET CERCA DE LA ZONA DE LOS PIES FÓJELOS CON UNA ABRAZADERA ETC

 2#! PIN CORD NOT SUPPLIED 
 #ABLE CON TERMINALES 2#! NO SUMINISTRADO 

 !SIAN and Saudi Arabia MODELs ONLY
 3OLAMENTE PARA LOS MODELOS COMERCIALIZADOS EN !SIA

 $O NOT REMOVE THE PROTECTIVE DEVICE
 .O RETIRE EL DISPOSITIVO DE PROTECCIØN

 3EPARATE ADAPTOR MAY BE REQUIRED
 0UEDE REQUERIRSE UN ADAPTADOR INDEPENDIENTE

 2EMOVE THE CAP FROM THE 53" CONNECTOR BEFORE USE
 2ETIRE LA TAPA DEL CONECTOR 53" ANTES DE USAR LA UNIDAD

 #ONNECT THE YELLOW PLUG TO !58 6)$%/ ).
 #ONECTE LA CLAVIJA AMARILLA EN !58 6)$%/ ).

 &OR DETAILS ON CONNECTING TO THE PARKING BRAKE SWITCH CORD SEE
 0ARA OBTENER DETALLES ACERCA DE CØMO CONECTAR EL CABLE DE
h#ONNECTING THE PARKING BRAKE CORD Ƿ v ON THE REVERSE SIDE CONMUTACIØN DEL FRENO DE ESTACIONAMIENTO CONSULTE h#ONEXIØN

 53" CONNECTION CABLE 2# )06 NOT SUPPLIED  "E SURE TO DEL CABLE DEL FRENO DE ESTACIONAMIENTO Ƿ v EN EL DORSO
CONNECT THE VIDEO OUTPUT PLUG TO !58 6)$%/ ). &OR DETAILS SEE
 #ABLE DE CONEXIØN 53" 2# )06 NO SUMINISTRADO  #ONECTE
THE INSTRUCTIONS MANUAL OF THE 2# )06 LA CLAVIJA DE SALIDA DE VIDEO EN !58 6)$%/ ). 0ARA OBTENER
DETALLES CONSULTE EL MANUAL DE INSTRUCCIONES DEL CABLE 2#
)06

#AUTIONS #ONNECTION EXAMPLE #ONNECTION DIAGRAM


.OTES ON THE CONTROL AND POWER SUPPLY LEADS
s 4HE POWER ANTENNA AERIAL CONTROL LEAD BLUE SUPPLIES  6
$# WHEN YOU TURN ON THE TUNER
s 4HIS UNIT IS DESIGNED FOR NEGATIVE GROUND EARTH  6 s 7HEN YOUR CAR HAS BUILT IN &-!- ANTENNA AERIAL IN THE
.OTES ǵ !
$# OPERATION ONLY s "E SURE TO CONNECT THE GROUND EARTH LEAD BEFORE CONNECTING
ɞ 4O A METAL SURFACE OF THE CAR REARSIDE GLASS CONNECT THE POWER ANTENNA AERIAL CONTROL LEAD
&IRST CONNECT THE BLACK GROUND EARTH LEAD THEN CONNECT THE BLUE OR THE ACCESSORY POWER SUPPLY LEAD RED TO THE POWER
s $O NOT DISASSEMBLE OR MODIFY THE UNIT THE AMPLIlER
YELLOW AND RED POWER SUPPLY LEADS TERMINAL OF THE EXISTING ANTENNA AERIAL BOOSTER &OR DETAILS
s 4HE ALARM WILL ONLY SOUND IF THE BUILT IN AMPLIlER IS USED
s $O NOT INSTALL IN LOCATIONS WHICH INTERFERE WITH AIRBAG ɟ 4O THE POWER ANTENNA AERIAL CONTROL LEAD OR CONSULT YOUR DEALER
OPERATION .OTE ǵ " s ! POWER ANTENNA AERIAL WITHOUT A RELAY BOX CANNOT BE USED
9OU CANNOT USE THE OPTIONAL DEVICES SIMULTANEOUSLY EVEN IF THEY POWER SUPPLY LEAD OF ANTENNA AERIAL BOOSTER WITH THIS UNIT
s $O NOT GET THE LEADS UNDER A SCREW OR CAUGHT IN MOVING ARE CONNECTED TO ALL THE TERMINALS .OTES
PARTS EG SEAT RAILING  -EMORY HOLD CONNECTION
s )T IS NOT NECESSARY TO CONNECT THIS LEAD IF THERE IS NO POWER
7HEN THE YELLOW POWER SUPPLY LEAD IS CONNECTED POWER WILL
s "EFORE MAKING CONNECTIONS TURN THE CAR IGNITION OFF TO ANTENNA AERIAL OR ANTENNA AERIAL BOOSTER OR WITH A
ALWAYS BE SUPPLIED TO THE MEMORY CIRCUIT EVEN WHEN THE IGNITION
AVOID SHORT CIRCUITS MANUALLY OPERATED TELESCOPIC ANTENNA AERIAL 
SWITCH IS TURNED OFF
s 7HEN YOUR CAR HAS A BUILT IN &-!- ANTENNA AERIAL IN THE
s #ONNECT THE YELLOW AND RED POWER SUPPLY LEADS ONLY REARSIDE GLASS SEE h.OTES ON THE CONTROL AND POWER SUPPLY .OTES ON SPEAKER CONNECTION
AFTER ALL OTHER LEADS HAVE BEEN CONNECTED LEADSv s "EFORE CONNECTING THE SPEAKERS TURN THE UNIT OFF
s 2UN ALL GROUND EARTH LEADS TO A COMMON ɠ 4O !-0 2%-/4% ). OF AN OPTIONAL POWER s 5SE SPEAKERS WITH AN IMPEDANCE OF  TO  OHMS AND WITH
GROUND EARTH POINT AMPLIlER
ADEQUATE POWER HANDLING CAPACITIES TO AVOID ITS DAMAGE
s "E SURE TO INSULATE ANY LOOSE UNCONNECTED LEADS WITH s $O NOT CONNECT THE SPEAKER TERMINALS TO THE CAR CHASSIS OR
4HIS CONNECTION IS ONLY FOR AMPLIlERS #ONNECTING ANY OTHER CONNECT THE TERMINALS OF THE RIGHT SPEAKERS WITH THOSE OF THE LEFT
ELECTRICAL TAPE FOR SAFETY SYSTEM MAY DAMAGE THE UNIT SPEAKER
s $O NOT PRESS ON THE ,#$ WHEN INSTALLING THE UNIT ɡ 4O THE INTERFACE CABLE OF A CAR TELEPHONE s $O NOT CONNECT THE GROUND EARTH LEAD OF THIS UNIT TO THE
s $O NOT INSTALL THE UNIT WITH THE MONITOR ANGLE CHANGED ɢ 4O A CARS ILLUMINATION SIGNAL
NEGATIVE n TERMINAL OF THE SPEAKER
s $O NOT ATTEMPT TO CONNECT THE SPEAKERS IN PARALLEL
.OTES ON THE POWER SUPPLY LEAD YELLOW "E SURE TO CONNECT THE BLACK GROUND EARTH LEAD TO A METAL s #ONNECT ONLY PASSIVE SPEAKERS #ONNECTING ACTIVE SPEAKERS
SURFACE OF THE CAR lRST WITH BUILT IN AMPLIlERS TO THE SPEAKER TERMINALS MAY DAMAGE
s 7HEN CONNECTING THIS UNIT IN COMBINATION WITH OTHER
STEREO COMPONENTS THE CONNECTED CAR CIRCUITS RATING ɣ 4O THE  6 POWER TERMINAL WHICH IS THE UNIT
ENERGIZED IN THE ACCESSORY POSITION OF THE s 4O AVOID A MALFUNCTION DO NOT USE THE BUILT IN SPEAKER LEADS
MUST BE HIGHER THAN THE SUM OF EACH COMPONENTS FUSE INSTALLED IN YOUR CAR IF THE UNIT SHARES A COMMON NEGATIVE n
s 7HEN NO CAR CIRCUITS ARE RATED HIGH ENOUGH CONNECT IGNITION SWITCH LEAD FOR THE RIGHT AND LEFT SPEAKERS
THE UNIT DIRECTLY TO THE BATTERY .OTES s $O NOT CONNECT THE UNITS SPEAKER LEADS TO EACH OTHER
s )F THERE IS NO ACCESSORY POSITION CONNECT TO THE  6
POWER BATTERY TERMINAL WHICH IS ENERGIZED AT ALL TIMES .OTES ON CONNECTION
"E SURE TO CONNECT THE BLACK GROUND EARTH LEAD TO A METAL s )F SPEAKER AND AMPLIlER ARE NOT CONNECTED CORRECTLY h/UTPUT
SURFACE OF THE CAR lRST CONNECTION FAILUREv APPEARS IN THE DISPLAY )N THIS CASE MAKE
s 7HEN YOUR CAR HAS A BUILT IN &-!- ANTENNA AERIAL IN THE SURE THE SPEAKER AND AMPLIlER ARE CONNECTED CORRECTLY
REARSIDE GLASS SEE h.OTES ON THE CONTROL AND POWER SUPPLY s )F YOU ARE TO USE THE MONITOR FOR THE REAR SEATS CONNECT THE
LEADSv PARKING BRAKE SWITCH CORD TO THE GROUND EARTH 
ɤ 4O THE  6 POWER TERMINAL WHICH IS
ENERGIZED AT ALL TIMES
"E SURE TO CONNECT THE BLACK GROUND EARTH LEAD TO A METAL
SURFACE OF THE CAR lRST
ɥ 4O THE PARKING BRAKE SWITCH CORD
ʭ 4O AUXILIARY EQUIPMENT SUCH AS A PORTABLE
MEDIA PLAYER GAME ETC NOT SUPPLIED
4IP
9OU CAN USE THE SUPPLIED 2#! PIN CORD ʖ OR AN OPTIONAL
ONE
ʮ 4O THE  6 POWER TERMINAL OF THE CARS BACK
LAMP LEAD ONLY WHEN CONNECTING THE REAR
VIEW CAMERA

10
XAV-70BT/E70BT

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A B C D A B
&OOT BRAKE TYPE (AND BRAKE TYPE
4IPO DE FRENO DE PEDAL 4IPO DE FRENO MANUAL A A

B B
C
0ARKING BRAKE SWITCH CORD
#ABLE DE CONMUTACIØN DEL
FRENO DE ESTACIONAMIENTO
0ARKING BRAKE SWITCH CORD
#ABLE DE CONMUTACIØN DEL
FRENO DE ESTACIONAMIENTO

&ACE THE HOOK INWARDS


%L GANCHO DEBE
ʗ ENCONTRARSE EN LA PARTE
INTERIOR

q q
ʓ

!    "
SIZE ʙ
 § MAX  MM
 § MAX  IN
TAMA×O TO DASHBOARDCENTER CONSOLE
$ASHBOARD  §  MM MÈX AL TABLERO O CONSOLA CENTRAL
4ABLERO
,ARGER THAN  MM   IN
3UPERIOR A  MM
ʓ

"RACKET
,ARGER THAN  MM   IN
3OPORTE
3UPERIOR A  MM

#LAWS
5×AS
ʓ %XISTING PARTS SUPPLIED WITH YOUR CAR ʙ
0IEZAS EXISTENTES SUMINISTRADAS CON SU AUTOMØVIL
SIZE
 § MAX  MM
 § MAX  IN
"RACKET TAMA×O
3OPORTE  §  MM MÈX

0RECAUTIONS )NSTALLING THE MICROPHONE -OUNTING THE UNIT 2ESET BUTTON


s #HOOSE THE INSTALLATION LOCATION CAREFULLY SO THAT THE 4O CAPTURE YOUR VOICE DURING HANDSFREE CALLING YOU NEED 7HEN THE INSTALLATION AND CONNECTIONS ARE COMPLETED
UNIT WILL NOT INTERFERE WITH NORMAL DRIVING OPERATIONS TO INSTALL THE MICROPHONE 8! -# ʚ BE SURE TO PRESS THE RESET BUTTON WITH A BALL POINT PEN ETC
s !VOID INSTALLING THE UNIT IN AREAS SUBJECT TO DUST DIRT Ǻ ! -OUNTING THE UNIT WITH THE
#AUTIONS
EXCESSIVE VIBRATION OR HIGH TEMPERATURES SUCH AS IN
s +EEP THE MICROPHONE AWAY FROM EXTREMELY HIGH SUPPLIED BRACKET
DIRECT SUNLIGHT OR NEAR HEATER DUCTS
TEMPERATURES AND HUMIDITY .OTE Ǻ ! 
s 5SE ONLY THE SUPPLIED MOUNTING HARDWARE FOR A SAFE
s )T IS EXTREMELY DANGEROUS IF THE CORD BECOMES WOUND "END THESE CLAWS OUTWARD FOR A TIGHT lT
AND SECURE INSTALLATION
AROUND THE STEERING COLUMN OR GEARSTICK "E SURE TO
s 4O OPENCLOSE THE FRONT PANEL SMOOTHLY INSERTEJECT
KEEP IT AND OTHER PARTS FROM OBSTRUCTING YOUR DRIVING
A DISC EASILY AND ESPECIALLY TO DRIVE SAFELY A CERTAIN Ǻ " -OUNTING THE UNIT IN A *APANESE
s )F AIRBAGS OR ANY OTHER SHOCK ABSORBING EQUIPMENT IS
DISTANCE BETWEEN THE FRONT PANEL AND THE SHIFT LEVER IS
NECESSARY 4HE NECESSARY DISTANCE DIFFERS DEPENDING ON
IN YOUR CAR CONTACT THE STORE WHERE YOU PURCHASED THIS CAR
UNIT OR THE CAR DEALER BEFORE INSTALLATION
THE SHIFT LEVER POSITION OF YOUR CAR "EFORE INSTALLING THE 9OU MAY BE ABLE TO INSTALL THIS UNIT IN SOME MAKES OF
UNIT CHOOSE THE INSTALLATION LOCATION CAREFULLY SO THAT *APANESE CARS WITHOUT THE SUPPLIED BRACKET )N THE CASE
YOU CAN DRIVE SAFELY Ǹ ! )NSTALLING ON THE SUN VISOR YOU CANNOT CONSULT YOUR 3ONY DEALER
 MM  )NSTALL THE MICROPHONE A ON THE CLIP B  7HEN MOUNTING THIS UNIT TO THE PREINSTALLED BRACKETS OF
  IN YOUR CAR USE THE SUPPLIED SCREWS ʙ IN THE APPROPRIATE
3HIFT LEVER  )NSTALL THE CLIP B ON THE SUN VISOR SCREW HOLES ACCORDING TO YOUR CAR 4 FOR 4/9/4! -
FOR -)435")3() AND . FOR .)33!.
Ǹ " )NSTALLING ON THE DASHBOARD
 )NSTALL THE MICROPHONE A ON THE CLIP B THEN 4 .
-
PLACE THE CORD ALONG THE GROOVE OF THE CLIP B  -
4
 !TTACH THE CLIP B TO THE DASHBOARD WITH THE
. 4

DOUBLE SIDED TAPE D 


.OTE
4
"EFORE ATTACHING THE DOUBLE SIDED TAPE D CLEAN UP THE SURFACE
OF THE DASHBOARD WITH A DRY CLOTH .
4 .

-OUNTING ANGLE ADJUSTMENT !DJUSTING THE MICROPHONE ANGLE .


-
!DJUST THE MICROPHONE ANGLE TO THE PROPER POSITION
!DJUST THE MOUNTING ANGLE TO LESS THAN  
.OTE
4HE MICROPHONE SWIVELS ON A SINGLE AXIS AS SHOWN IN THE
DIAGRAM BELOW $O NOT TURN IT THE WRONG WAY FORCIBLY
#ONNECTING THE PARKING BRAKE .OTES
s 4O PREVENT MALFUNCTION INSTALL ONLY WITH THE SUPPLIED SCREWS

CORD ʙ
s $O NOT APPLY EXCESSIVE FORCE TO THE BUTTONS OF THE UNIT
s $O NOT PRESS ON THE ,#$
"E SURE TO CONNECT THE PARKING CORD LIGHT GREEN OF ʔ s "EFORE MOUNTING MAKE SURE THERE IS NOTHING ON THE TOP OF THE
UNIT
TO THE PARKING BRAKE SWITCH CORD 4HE MOUNTING POSITION
OF THE PARKING BRAKE SWITCH CORD DEPENDS ON YOUR CAR
#ONSULT YOUR CAR DEALER OR YOUR NEAREST 3ONY DEALER FOR
FURTHER DETAILS 7ARNING IF YOUR CARS IGNITION
2EMOVING THE BRACKET HAS NO !## POSITION
"E SURE TO SET THE !UTO /FF FUNCTION &OR DETAILS SEE THE
"EFORE INSTALLING THE UNIT REMOVE THE BRACKET ʓ SUPPLIED /PERATING )NSTRUCTIONS
FROM THE UNIT 4HE UNIT WILL SHUT OFF COMPLETELY AND AUTOMATICALLY IN
THE SET TIME AFTER THE UNIT IS TURNED OFF WHICH PREVENTS
 )NSERT BOTH RELEASE KEYS ʗ TOGETHER BETWEEN BATTERY DRAIN
THE UNIT AND THE BRACKET ʓ UNTIL THEY CLICK )F YOU DO NOT SET THE !UTO /FF FUNCTION PRESS AND HOLD
 0ULL DOWN THE BRACKET ʓ THEN PULL UP THE ůƙƕƛƘƉƋŶƕƌƌŰ UNTIL THE DISPLAY DISAPPEARS EACH TIME
UNIT TO SEPARATE YOU TURN THE IGNITION OFF

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XAV-70BT/E70BT
Ver. 1.1 SECTION 3
DISASSEMBLY
• This set can be disassembled in the order shown below.

3-1. DISASSEMBLY FLOW

SET

3-2. FRONT PANEL BLOCK


(Page 13)

3-3. PANEL BASE BLOCK 3-7. SUB PANEL COMPLETE BLOCK


(Page 14) (Page 16)

3-4. LCD BOARD 3-8. DVD MECHANISM DECK (MG-613CA-187)


(Page 14) (Page 16)

3-9. LED BOARD, 3-10. CHASSIS 1F BLOCK, 3-12. DVD MECHANISM DECK BLOCK
AUDIO BOARD CHASSIS 2F BLOCK (Page 18)
(Page 17) (Page 17)

3-5. TOUCH PANEL (TPS1401), 3-11. MONITOR OPEN/CLOSE BLOCK (DB-W07),


LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAY PANEL (LCD1401) VISUAL BOARD
(Page 15) (Page 18)

3-6. KEY BOARD, ANT BOARD, 3-13. SERVO BOARD 3-14. CHASSIS (T612Z) SUB ASSY,
PANEL (FRONT) (Page 19) SENSOR BOARD
(Page 15) (Page 19)

3-15. CHASSIS (OP, ZA) COMPLETE ASSY


(Page 20)

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

3-2. FRONT PANEL BLOCK

front panel block

3 hook spring

1 Turn the power on and press


the eject button to open the
front panel block.
Note: When drawing out the front panel,
fundamentally turn on the power and 4
press the Eject button to open.
Draw it out manually only if it does not
move though the Eject button is pressed.
(You will feel heavy because the clutch is engaged
with the drive block. Be careful about this operation
as the drive block or other parts could be deformed.) 5 tension spring (rattle)

qa flexible board (80 pin)


(CN1301, CN1302)

7 hook

6 screws
8 roller (Z M2 u 3)

7 hook
8 roller 6 screws
(Z M2 u 3)

0 LID board

9 two screws
qs front panel block (PSW S2.6 u 6)

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3-3. PANEL BASE BLOCK

1 four screws
(PTT2.6 u 6)
3 two claws

4 panel base block

2 two screws
(Z M1.7 u 2.5)

3-4. LCD BOARD


Note: Exchanged old complete LCD board is destroys with the hammer, and throw away.

4 flexible flat cable (10 core)


(CN1441)

5 touch panel flexible board


(CN1421)
1 LCD flexible board
(CN1401)

7 four screws
(PTW M2)

6 lead wire with connector


(CN1202)

8 LCD board 3 flexible flat cable (10 core)


(CN1442)

2 LCD flexible board


(CN1491)

– Front panel block inside view –

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3-5. TOUCH PANEL (TPS1401), LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAY PANEL (LCD1401)

7 two serration screws


(M2 u 2.5)
1 insulation sheet (LCD)
8 bracket (LCD L)

4 two claws
3 screw
(P1.4 u 4)
q; liquid crystal display panel
(LCD1401)

2 two screws
(Z S1.7 u 4)
5 4 two claws

9 chassis (LCD 7) block

6 touch panel
(TPS1401)
2 two screws
(Z S1.7 u 4)

3-6. KEY BOARD, ANT BOARD, PANEL (FRONT)

1 five screws
7 cushion (BT) 2 claw (Z B1.4 u 4)

8 ANT board

9 button (L)
0 filter (IR)

2 claw
5 3 bracket (key 7)
6 lead wire with connector
4 KEY board

qd panel (front)
qa button (R)

qs sony emblem (No. 2.5)

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3-7. SUB PANEL COMPLETE BLOCK


2 two claws 1 screw
(PTT2.6 u 6)

4 cover block

2 two claws

3 three claws

6 two claws

5 screw
(PTT2.6 u 6)

6 two claws

8 sub panel complete block 5 screw


(PTT2.6 u 6)

3-8. DVD MECHANISM DECK (MG-613CA-187)

6 connector (CN10)
9 DVD mechanism deck
(MG-613CA-187)
1 two screws
(PTT2.6 u 6)
8 filament tape

4 connector (CN651) 2 Lift up the DVD mechanism deck


(MG-613CA-187)

5 cover (FFC)

7 flexible flat cable (60 core)

1 screw
(PTT2.6 u 6)

1 screw
(PTT2.6 u 6)

3 connector (CN906)

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3-9. LED BOARD, AUDIO BOARD
9 connection cord for
automobile (USB) 8 screw (PTT2.6 u 6)
5 fuse (blade type) (auto fuse)
7 connector (CN652) (10A/32V) (F801)
6 Lift up the lead pin. qd connection cord for automobile
(MIC IN/AUX2 AUDIO IN)
qh three ground point screws qs screw
(PTT2.6 u 6) (PTT2.6 u 6)
wd AUDIO board
qa connector (CN303)
3 screw (PTT2.6 u 6) qg two screws
(PTT2.6 u 6)

1 light guide sheet (CD) 0 Lift up the lead pin.

ws DC fan (M801)
4 LED board

w; fan connector (CN802)

wa two screws
(PS2.6 u 14)

2 connector (CN931)
ql insulating sheet (audio)

Note: When the DC fan and


AUDIO board are mounted,
lock connection cord for
automobile and wire DC fan
by push lead pin.

qf flexible flat cable (40 core) qk connector (CN103)


(CN901)
qj connector (CN101)
3-10. CHASSIS 1F BLOCK, CHASSIS 2F BLOCK

5 screw (PTT2.6 u 6)
9 chassis 2F block

7 connector (CN103)
2 two screws
(PTT2.6 u 6)

1 connector
(CN931)

5 screw
(PTT2.6 u 6)

6 connector (CN101)
3 bracket (front)
block
5 screw
(PTT2.6 u 6)

2 screw 8 chassis 1F block


(PTT2.6 u 6)

4 flexible flat cable (40 core)


(CN901)

2 screw
(PTT2.6 u 6)
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3-11. MONITOR OPEN/CLOSE BLOCK (DB-W07), VISUAL BOARD


qd filament tape
4 two screws (Z S2.6 u 4)
5 chassis 1F

qg signal cable (6P)

qs power cable (6P)


6 four screws 4 two screws
(PTW S2 u 5) (Z S2.6 u 4) 1 two screws
(PTT2.6 u 6)
qa connector (CN2601) qf connector
(CN1901)
0 flexible board (80 pin) 2 two screws
(CN2201, CN2202) (Z S2.6 u 4)

qh VISUAL board
Note: There is EXT cable
in E (PAL) and
Saudi Arabia
3 bracket back
models.

9 flexible flat cable (40 core)


(CN2001)

8 DB-W07
7 motor connector (monitor open/close block)
(CN2101)

3-12. DVD MECHANISM DECK BLOCK

6 dust protection sheet

5 bracket (CD)

8 DVD mechanism deck block

(AEP, Russian, UK, E, Saudi Arabia)

7 laser caution label

3 two screws
(PTT2.6 u 5)
1 adhesive (ST-854GH)
10 u 33 m tape

4 shield (613)

1 adhesive (ST-854GH)
2 two screws
10 u 33 m tape
(P1.7 u 2.2)

Note: Adhesive (ST-854GH) 10 u 33 m tape cannot re-used.


Please replace to brand-new part ones adhesive (ST-854GH) 10 u 33 m tape is removed.

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3-13. SERVO BOARD


Note 1: Adhesive (ST-854GH) 10 u 33 m tape cannot re-used.
Please replace to brand-new part ones adhesive (ST-854GH) 10 u 33 m tape is removed.

1 adhesive (ST-854GH)
1 adhesive (ST-854GH)
10 u 33 m tape
10 u 33 m tape
4 OP flexible board
(CN2) 2 wire with connector
(CN7)
Note 2: When disconnecting the OP flexible board from
of the connector. Be sure to refer to “NOTE FOR
FLEXIBLE BOARD OF THE OPTICAL PICK-UP” 6 three screws
of the servicing notes (See page 5). (M1.7 u 2.5)
8 SERVO board

5 sled motor flexible board RED


(CN1)
WHITE
SERVO board
BLACK
SERVO board 7

RED WHITE

3 Remove the two solders


of loading motor wire. 3 Remove the three solders
of SENSOR board wire.

1 adhesive (ST-854GH)
10 u 33 m tape

– DVD mechanism deck block (Bottom view) –

3-14. CHASSIS (T612Z) SUB ASSY, SENSOR BOARD

3 claw 1 two screws


1 two screws
(P1.7 u 2.2) (P1.7 u 2.2)

4 chassis (T612Z) sub assy


5 Remove the three solders.

6 SENSOR borad

2 claw

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3-15. CHASSIS (OP, ZA) COMPLETE ASSY


8 chassis (OP, ZA) complete assy
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A
tension spring (KF)

2 flexible board
(CN1)

7 compression spring 1 OP flexible board


(damper, Z) (CN2)
5

4 Turn the gear (RA1) fully 6 two coil springs


in the direction of arrow A. (damper)
Hang in order of A, B by pay
attention spring of direction.

3 tension spring (KF)


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SECTION 4
ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS
MONITOR SECTION 1-3. Connection with set
Procedure:
If any of the following parts was replaced, execute the “V-COM
1. Four screws in the back of the set are removed, and the bracket
Adjustment” and “Flicker Adjustment” as mentioned below.
back is detached.
• Complete VISUAL board
• VISUAL board: IC2001
• Liquid crystal display panel (LCD1401)
• Complete LCD board

1. SETTINGS
1-1. Tools and measuring devices for adjustment
Tools and measuring devices Item used
PC
(The one with serial port. The USB-
RS232C conversion is available.)
Communication software 2. The 5pin cable is connected with the second the connector
(Hyper Terminal etc.) V-COM adjustment and from the left.
Flicker adjustment
Serial cable for RS232C
(Cross cable)
RS232C-JIG OVERALL ASSY
(Part No. A-1777-380-A)
Oscilloscope V-COM adjustment

RS232C-JIG OVERALL ASSY

CN2002 on the
VISUAL board

3. The switch of RS232C-JIG OVERALL ASSY is “L”.


1-2. Serial port setting
Please setting it as follows.

HmoL

4. The communication software is start up.


5. Turn on the main power of set.
The following log is displayed when starting while connected.

xxxxx Visual Ver[**** ] xxxxx


Techwell Mode
Data Read Format : ‘r 005A’+ [Enter]
Data Write Format: ‘w 01C4 03’+ [Enter]

DAC Mode
Data Read Format : ‘dr0’+ [Enter]
Data Write Format: ‘dw1 7D’+ [Enter]

Gerda WB Adjust (TestMode5 only)


Read Drive Value : ‘grd’+’r / g / b’ [Enter]
Write Drive Value : ‘gwd’+’r / g / b’+’value(hex)’ [Enter]
Read CutOff Value : ‘grc’+’r / g / b’ [Enter]
Write CutOff Value : ‘gwc’+’r / g / b’+’value(hex)’ [Enter]

Flash Write
Save Data to Flash : ‘ds’+ [Enter]
Clear Flash Data : ‘dc’+ [Enter]

****: Version display

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2. V-COM ADJUSTMENT 3. FLICKER ADJUSTMENT


Procedure: Procedure:
1. The setting of “1. SETTINGS” is completed. 1. The setting of “1. SETTINGS” is completed.
2. Connect an oscilloscope to TP1401 (VCOM) and TP1402 2. Input the PAL white 40% raster signal from AUX2 VIDEO IN
(GND) on the LCD board. jack on the VISUAL board.
Check Location: 3. In the state of source off, press the [4] ĺ [5] ĺ [4] (keeps
– LCD Board (Side B) – pressing) button on the remote commander.
The test mode 4 starts, and the following screen is displayed on
the monitor.

JL1401
(VCOM)

JL1402
(GND)

3. Adjust by using the communication software so that the


waveform level of oscilloscope becomes 5.8 ± 0.1 V as fol- 4. “dr0” is input by the communication software and “Enter” key
lows. is pressed.
The following numerical value returns from the set.
“Read Channel0:0x**”
5.8 ± 0.1Vp-p **: Hexadecimal (“00” to “FF”)
5. To change the adjusted value, “dw0 ##” is input by the com-
munication software and “Enter” key is pressed.
4. “dr1” is input by the communication software and “Enter” key The following numerical value returns from the set.
is pressed. “Write Channel0:0x##”
The following numerical value returns from the set. ##: Hexadecimal (“00” to “FF”)
“Read Channel1:0x**” Adjust so that the flicker becomes minimum in the sight.
**: Hexadecimal (“00” to “FF”) 6. “ds” is input by the communication software and “Enter” key
5. To change the adjusted value, “dw1 ##” is input by the com- is pressed and the numerical value is saved.
munication software and “Enter” key is pressed. 7. The “Reset” button is pressed and turn the power off.
The following numerical value returns from the set.
“Write Channel1:0x##” Example of characteristic:
##: Hexadecimal (“00” to “FF”)
When waveform level is smaller than 5.8 V, the numerical
bad o

value of “##” is increase.


When waveform level is larger than 5.8 V, the numerical value
of “##” is decrease.
6. “ds” is input by the communication software and “Enter” key
is pressed and the numerical value is saved.
7. The “Reset” button is pressed and turn the power off.
Flicker

m good

Example:
When the returning numerical value “8a” and the waveform level
is 5.6 V.
The numerical value is increased, and adjusted for a waveform lev-
el to become 5.8 ± 0.1 V with “8bĺ8cĺ8dĺ8eĺ8fĺ90ĺ91...”.
dr1 ĸReading of default value.
Read Channel1:0x8a ĸDefault value.
dw1 8b ĸThe numerical value is in-
Write Channel1:0x8b creased and confirm.
dw1 8c
Write Channel1:0x8c Setting value (decimal)
dw1 8d
Write Channel1:0x8d ĸEnters the range of
ds ĸThe numerical value is saved.

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Check Location:
SERVO SECTION
– SERVO Board (Side B) –
If any of the following parts was replaced, perform the “IOP
Check” as mentioned below.
TP47
• Optical pick-up block (chassis (OP, ZA) complete assy) (IOPCD)
• Complete SERVO board
TP51
Precaution (IOPDVD)
Use the following tools and measuring devices. TP63
• DVD test disc TDV-540C (Part No. J-2501-235-A) (D3.3V)
• CD test disc PATD-012 (Part No. 4-225-203-01)
• Digital voltmeter
• Accessory remote commander RM-X170

IOP CHECK
Connection:

digital voltmeter
SERVO board

TP51 (IOPDVD), TP47 (IOPCD) +


TP63 (D3.3V) –

Procedure:
1. Check the IOP value of DVD and CD by label on the optical
pick-up.

Optical Pick-up Label:

"


CD IOP value
DVD IOP value

2. Connect a digital voltmeter to TP51 (IOPDVD) and TP63


(D3.3V) on the SERVO board.
3. Playback the DVD test disc (TDV-540C), and make a note of
the value of digital voltmeter.
4. Divide the measured voltage value by 1, and convert it into
current value.
5. Check that the calculated value is within ±6 mA to the IOP
value given on the label.
6. Connect a digital voltmeter to TP47 (IOPCD) and TP63
(D3.3V) on the SERVO board.
7. Playback the CD test disc (PATD-012), and make a note of the
value of digital voltmeter.
8. Divide the measured voltage value by 1, and convert it into
current value.
9. Check that the calculated value is within ±6 mA to the IOP
value given on the label.

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MEMO

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SECTION 5
DIAGRAMS
5-1. BLOCK DIAGRAM - SERVO Section -
OPTICAL PICK-UP BLOCK DVD PROCESSOR D/A CONVERTER R-ch is omitted due to same as L-ch.
(KHS-360A) IC4 IC6 SIGNAL PATH
FL FL, SL, SW
RF+ 157 RFP AOUT0 116 6 DATA1 VO1 FL 27 A : AUDIO
AOUT1 114 11 DATA2 (Page 26)
RF– 158 RFN VO2 FR 26 R-CH : VIDEO
AOUT2 112 12 DATA3
SL
A 160 A VO3 LS 22 : USB
MD 103 4 MD
B 161 B
MC 102 3 MC VO4 RS 21 R-CH
C 163 C
ML 101 2 MS SW
D 164 D VO6 SW 19 MASTER CONTROLLER
E 166 E 5 SCK IC502 (1/4)
F 168 F 7 BCK
8 LRCK ZERO2 28 52 Z_MUTE
AUTOMATIC POWER
LD (DVD) CONTROL (FOR DVD) 181 DVD_LD
Q6 A/D CONVERTER
IC7

AIN_L
AUTOMATIC POWER AIN 104 9 DOUT VINL 13 B
LD (CD) CONTROL (FOR CD) 180 CD_LD AMCLK 118 6 SCK
Q4
ABCLK 99 8 BCK VINR 14 R-CH (Page 26)
ALRCLK 98 7 LRCK
VR (DVD) 178 CD_MD
VR (CD) 179 DVD_MD

VC 173 VC A_MUTE
AMUTE 100 C
LIMIT SW 111 HOMESW
(Page 26)
GSW 106 OP_GAIN
MSW 94 CD_DVD# U, V, Y,
U VIDEO_COMP
DAC1 154 D
V SW1
DAC2 152 55 D_SW
Y (CHUCKING END)
DAC4 149 (Page 27)
SW2
53 SELF_SW
VIDEO_COMP (SELF)
DAC3 151
SW3
54 IN_SW
VIDEO AMP AVOIN (DISC IN)
Q2331 E
FOCUS/TRACKING COIL DRIVE,
SLED/SPINDLE MOTOR DRIVE (Page 28)
XO 145
IC1
X1
27MHz
FCS+ 5 VO1R
IN1 43 182 FOCUS_PWM XI 146
FCS– 6 VO1F

TRK+ 9 VO2R
IN2 44 184 TRACK_PWM REGULATOR
TRK– 8 VO2F USBXO 40 B/U B+
IC104
X2
SLED A+ 33 VO4R
IN4 46 188 STA 12MHz
SLED A– 32 VO4F 69 DR_ON
USBXI 41
SLED B+ 36 VO5R
IN5 47 187 STB
SLED B– 35 VO5F LOADING 68 LOAD
M1
CP_DATA_OUT 108 12 SI M MOTOR DRIVE
COIL U 26 U (LOADING) 67 EJECT
CP_DATA_IN 107 13 SO EEPROM IC102
CP_CLK 109 4 RESET IC13
COIL V 27 V
INSP 48 186 SPDL_PWM

COIL W 30 W
SD-RAM FLASH MEMORY
IC10 IC11
HALL U+ 17 HUP

BA0
BA1
CLK
CS
RAS
CAS
WE
DQMH
DQML
WE
OE
A20
RST

HALL U– 18 HUN DQ0 – DQ15 A0 – A11 DQ0 – DQ15 A0 – A19


20 21 38 19 18 17 16 39 15 11 28 10 12
HALL V+ 19 HVP
FG 1 131 FG_IN
HALL V– 20 HVN
56 M_RESET
HALL W+ 21 HWP 16 12 16 20
HALL W– 22 HWN
HALL_BAIS– 23 HB STBY 4 96 DRVSB
61 60 70 62 63 64 67 68 22 203 13 142
RAMDAT0 – RAMDAT15 RAMADD0 – RAMADD11 MEMDAT0 – MEMDAT15 MEMADD0 – MEMADD19
PCLK

CN652
RAMBA
RESET#

RAMCS1
MEMCS1

MEMRD#

RAMWE#
RAMDQM
MEMWR#

RAMCS0#
RAMRAS#
RAMCAS#

(USB)
4 D+ DUPRD2 for MASTER 195 45 MSTR_TX
37 USBDP DUPTD2 for MASTER 194 46 MSTR_RX
3 D–
38 USBDN SEN 192 57 M_CTS
5 VBUS-USB REQ 193 48 M_RTS
USB_VBUS

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5-2. BLOCK DIAGRAM - AUDIO Section -


CN301 (2/2)
INPUT SELECTOR,
AUDIO PROCESSOR 9
IC301 (L)
FRONT
FL, SL, SW 11 AUDIO OUT
FL R-CH
A 33 INL1 (R)

(Page 25) SL 5
31 INR1 (L)
REAR
SW 7 AUDIO OUT
30 INS R-CH (R)
BT_L-P,
BT_L-N BT_L-P 13
M 14 FP1 SUB OUT

(Page 29) BT_L-N 15


15 FN1 REVERSE IN
BT_MIC
N AIN_L
IG1 28 B
(Page 29) POWER AMP
CN302
(Page 25) IC801 (1/2)
CN801 (1/2)
5
MIC IN 1
FL+ 5 FL+
OUTF1 36 BOOST 12 IN_FL
1
(L) AMP 9
FL– 3 FL–
5 CP1 OUTR1 38 IC704 11 IN_RL
AUX2 2
AUX2 GND 4
AUDIO IN FR+
3 11 EP1
OUTS 39 R-CH
(R) R-CH 12
FR–
1 A1
2
RL+ 9 RL+
CN301 (1/2) 18 MIN MUTING MUTING MUTING
Q301 Q303 Q306 10
1 RL– 7 RL–
(L) 3 B1
AUX1 4 B2 R-CH R-CH 3
AUDIO IN 3 MUTING RR+
SDA
SCL
BEEP
DIAG
STB

SDA
SCL
MUTEB
SPA1
SPA2
D825
(R) R-CH CONTROL R-CH
23 22 21 19 20 B/U B+ 2 4 16 25 22 11
SWITCH RR–
(E (PAL), Saudi Arabia) Q804, 805

NAVI

ZAPPIN
SDA
SCL
VOL_ATT
SDA
SCL

F
(Page 27)
FM/AM PLL D504 MUTING
J1 CONTROL BT_MUTE
IC1 L
(ANTENNA IN) L6 SWITCH
Q501 (Page 29)
4 FMIN1 LOUT 8
SA_GAIN
3 FMIN2 G
ROUT 9 R-CH
1 AMRFIN (Page 27)
SDA D505
SDA 19
SCL
SCL 18 D857
VSM
RSSI 14

32 AMSELOUT2 MUTING
GAIN GAIN REVERSE IN
31 AMSELOUT1 CONTROL

SCL
SDA
VSM
CONTROL CONTROL DETECT
SWITCH

ZAPPIN
Q351 Q353 Q852

VOL_ATT
29 AMSELIN2 Q502
28 AMSELIN1
I2C_SIO 5
A_MUTE
13 MPXOUT XTAL2 15 I2C_SCK 6
X1 C
12 MPXIN 4MHz
XTAL1 16 EEPROM (Page 25)
IC504

28 27 83 24 21 40 38 51 47 49 50 26 35 25 19
ATT
STB

VSM
DIAG
BEEP

TX

I2CKO
I2CSIO
BT_TX 75

ZAPPIN
(US, Canadian) S
A_MUTE

VOL_ATT
ADJUST1
ADJUST2

RX
SA_GAIN_
SA_GAIN_

BT_RX 76
SYSON
EXTATT_XEN

(Page 29)
REVERSE_IN

CN601 SONY BUS INTERFACE


BT_SYSON 82
BT_AUDIO_SEL

(BUS CONTROL IN) IC603 MASTER CONTROLLER ACTIVE


BT_ACTIVE 81
5 DATA IN 9 99 UNISO IC502 (2/4)
6 DATA I/O
DATA OUT 8 98 UNISI
BUS/AUX

4
4 CLK CLK_IN 11 100 UNICKO 41
6 AUX2 GND R-ch is omitted due to same as L-ch.
1 BUSON BUSON 12 92 BUS_ON
GROUND SIGNAL PATH
2
2 RST RST 13 93 SYSRST SELECT
SWITCH
: AUDIO
7 TH601
3 BATT B_CHK 10 73 BU_IN Q307 : VIDEO
D607
(US, Canadian)
: FM
: AM
BATTERY BATTERY : AUX IN
CHECK CHECK
Q605 Q607, 608
: NAVI
B/U B+ (Except US, Canadian) : MIC INPUT
D608

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5-3. BLOCK DIAGRAM - VIDEO Section -


(E (PAL), Saudi Arabia)
VIDEO DECODER
CN1951 IC1701
3 R
11 VIN1 6 FPR_BUS

FPR7
4

45, 46,
G

49 – 52

FPR2 –
2 YIN2
5 B 6 FPG_BUS
9 CIN1

FPG7
56, 57,
59 – 62

FPG2 –
1 NAVI_CSYNC
116 CSYNC 6 FPB_BUS

FPB7
65, 66,

FPB2 –
68 – 71
EXT
U, V, Y, FPCLK
VIDEO_COMP FPCLK 37
U FPVS
CN1971 D 10 CIN0 FPVS 38
V FPHS
2 NAVI_TX 12 VIN0 FPHS 40
BUFFER (Page 25) Y
33 NAVI_TX 1 YIN3
Q1973, 1974 VIDEO_COMP
128 SOYIN
3 NAVI_RX BUFFER
34 NAVI_RX
Q1971, 1972
4 NAVI_DET J1921 (1/2)
35 NAVI_DET CAMERA
IN 3 YIN1
7 NAVI_MIX

VIDEO SELECTOR
IC1921

NAVI MIXAMP AUX1


F VISUAL CONTROLLER 1 IN1 OUT 7 4 YIN0 H
IC1982 VIDEO IN
IC2001 (1/3)
(Page 26) AUX2 3 IN2
(Page
VIDEO IN 28)
SW1
2
SPECTRUM VIDEOAMP
ANALIZER CONTROLLER IC1981
IC2004 J1921 (2/2)
AUX_SEL 66
6 YIN VOUT 13 REAR VIDEO
SA_GAIN
G 8 AIN AOUT 17 86 SA_IN OUT
4 VIN
(Page 26) A 10 87 SA_A
MUTE1 MODE1
3 5
B 11 88 SA_B
C 12 89 SA_C
SEL V_MUTE 63
14 VSW_0 64

VCC +5V
VIDEOAMP AUX1_VIDEO
Q2351

VIDEOAMP AUX2_VIDEO
TH2001 84 TEMP Q2371

I2SIO 28 79 SDAT
I2CKO 27 80 SCLK
DEC_GPIO_1 40 25 GPIO1
SIGNAL PATH
DEC_RST 42 76 RST
: VIDEO
: NAVI XOUT XIN XTAL27O XTAL27I
11 13 74 75

X2001 X1701
6MHz 27MHz

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5-4. BLOCK DIAGRAM - DISPLAY Section -


LCD1401
VIDEO PROCESSOR
MASTER CONTROLLER VISUAL CONTROLLER SIGNAL PATH LIQUID CRYSTAL
IC2201
IC502 (3/4) IC2001 (2/3) DISPLAY PANEL
: VIDEO
VISUAL_RX 34 22 VISUAL_TX 6 6
FPR_BUS 6
R0 – R5
VISUAL_TX 33 20 VISUAL_RX

LCDOR5
202 – 207

DVOR5
LCDOR0 –

DVOR0 –

152 – 154,
VISUAL_IF 16 16 MASTER_IF

156, 158, 159


6 6
VISUAL_RESET 17 10 RESET FPG_BUS 6 G0 – G5

LCDOG5
BUS

197 – 199
193 – 195,

LCDOG0 –

DVOG5
FLASH_W 7 BUFFER
IC1301
FPB_BUS 6 6 6
H B0 – B5

DVOB5
DVOB0 – DVOG0 –
191, 192

139 – 144 146 – 151


LCDOG5
185 – 188,

LCDOG0 –
D2002 (Page
FPCLK
27) 160 DVOCLK GPIO8 (LOAD) 137 LOAD
RESET SIGNAL FPVS
VCC +3.3V GENERATOR 161 DVOVSY LCDOC0 208 STH1
FPHS
IC2003 162 DVOHSY
AUX1_VIDEO LCDOC1 209 STV1
175 AV1IN
AUX2_VIDEO LCDOC2 212 CPV
181 AV2IN
CN2002
(FORADJUSTMENT)
CPV 17
1 RX
30 FLASH_RX CLOCK BUFFER CLOCK BUFFER
LCDOCLK 214 CPH
2 TX AVOIN IC2203 IC1302
29 FLASH_TX E 170 AVOINB
5 FLASH GPIO0 (OE) 127 OE
7 FLASH_W (Page 25)

128 GPIO1 (NOR_W) LCDOC4 VOLTAGE


215 CONTROL
(NPOLS)
Q1371
LEVEL SHIFT
YT 83 TP_X V0 – V10
IC1371
GERDA_TX 75 131 GPIO4 (RX) VOLTAGE
LCDOC3
TOUCH PANEL GERDA_RX 76 132 GPIO5 (TX) 213 CONTROL
(POLS)
SELECTOR 93 Y_SEL GERDA_IF 78 130 GPIO3 (GERDA_IF) Q1372
Q2005
GERDA_RST 77 55 NRST

TOUCH PANEL V COM


YB SELECTOR CONTROL
TPS1401
Q2003, 2004 Q1351
TOUCH PANEL
SWITCH
XL 82 TP_Y VCOM_BIAS 2 VCOM
V COM AMP
+
TOUCH PANEL IC1351 V COM BIAS
SELECTOR 92 X_SEL VCOM_AMP 1
Q1352 – 1355
Q2002

WAIT
XR CONTROL 91 TP_WAIT VDD +5V
+5V
Q2001
ENA REGULATOR VDD2 (5V)
BL_ENA 25 IC1324
PWM
BL_PWM 26
KEY_PWM, STATUSP KEY +3.3V
BL_STATUSP 37
BT_IND, DOOR_IND KEY_PWM STATUSL +3.3V
J 24 KEY_PWM BL_STATUSL 38 DISP+B REGULATOR VDD1 (3.3V)
BT_IND
23 BT_IND IC1325
(Page 30) DOOR_IND
95 DOOR_IND

D1321
2 VIN SW1 3 VGH
D1322
SWITCHING SW2 1 VGL
REGULATOR
IC1323 CNT
SD-RAM FLASH MEMORY FLASH MEMORY
IC2401 IC2501 IC2511 8

DQ0 – D1491

BS0
BS1
CLK
CKE
CS
RAS
CAS
WE
LDQM
UDQM
WE#
OE#
CE#
RESET#
WE#
OE#
CE#
RESET#

DQ15 A0 – A12 Q0 – Q15 A0 – A22 Q0 – Q15 A0 – A22 +8.7V ANODE


20 21 38 37 19 18 17 16 15 39 13 34 32 14 13 34 32 14
16 23 16 23 SWITCHING
Q1491 BACKLIGHT
CONTROLLER
1 OSCXO IC1481
16 13 X2201
33MHz
2 LDR ISW 23
16 23 2 OSCXI 7 VIN OVP 20

ENA
20 16 27 30 25 22 24 26 31 33 32 72 75 70 71 22 ENA ISEN1 19 CATHODE1
PWM
SDRD0 – SDRA0 – FDATA0 – FAD0 – 14 PWM ISEN2 18
STATUSP
SDRD15 SDRA12 FDATA15 FAD22 9 STATUSP ISEN3 16 CATHODE2

SDCKI
STATUSL

NFROE

SDCKO
NFRWE
11 STATUSL ISEN4 15

SDRBA0
SDRBA1
NFRCS0
NFRCS1

SDRCKE
NSDRCS
NSDRWE

NSDRRAS
NSDRCAS
SDRDQM0
SDRDQM1
SYNC
SYNC 24 K
(Page 30)

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5-5. BLOCK DIAGRAM - Bluetooth/MONITOR DOOR Section -


ANT41
(Bluetooth ANTENNA)
MONITOR OPEN/CLOSE
IC1201 MOTOR DRIVE VISUAL CONTROLLER
Bluethooth MODULE IC2101 IC2001(3/3)
BT_L-P,
BT_L-P BT_L-N M2101
46 RF SPKR_A_P 42 M 9 OUT1 FIN 18 55 MOTOR+
BT_L-N MONITOR M
SPKR_A_N 43 5 OUT2 RIN 20 56 MOTOR–
BT_MIC (Page 26) OPEN/CLOSE
N 38 MIC_A_P SPKR_B_P 41
R-CH
SPKR_B_N 40 6 RNF VM 16
(Page 26)
VREF
BT_MUTE 21 S2001
L 50 MUTE
(MONITOR OPEN DETECT)

(Page 26) Bluetooth CONTROLLER 53 OPEN


IC1101
REGULATOR REGULATOR B+ SWITCH
TX, RX, B/U +3.3V
Q2103 Q2104 Q2105, 2106
TX SYSON, ACTIVE S2002
UART_TX 63 46 BT_RX MASTER_RX 6 S
RX (MONITOR CLOSE DETECT)
UART_RX 64 47 BT_TX MASTER_TX 7
SYSON (Page 26)
UART_RTS 65 44 BT_CTS BTU_SYSTEM_ON 82 54 CLOSE
ACTIVE
UART_CTS 66 45 BT_RTS BTU_ACTIVE 83

PIO [10] 67 35 BT_PIO9 CURRENT D2101 D2102


PIO [9] 68 36 BT_PIO10 DETECT
IC2121
EEPROM PHOTO
B+ SWITCH
IC1102 DETECT DVDD +3.3V
Q2107, 2108
OPEN/CLOSE OPEN/CLOSE PH2101
EEPROM_I2C_SIO 20 5 SDA SPEED CONTROL SPEED CONTROL
EEPROM_I2C_SCK 21 6 SCL Q2101 Q2102

BT +1.8V 30 18VREG_OUT 18VREG_IN 32

18V_CE 28 34 BT_POWER

85 51 52 49 18
RESET 26 60 BT_RESET

I_DET
M_MID
PHOTO

M_LOW
MOTOR_ON

POWER
CONTROL
P01 76 BT +3.3V
Q1203, 1204
Q1101

BT_RESET
R 52 BTU_RESET

(Page 30)
X1 X0
90 91 R-ch is omitted due to same as L-ch.
RESET SIGNAL SIGNAL PATH
GENERATOR
X1101 : AUDIO
IC1103
4MHz
: Bluetooth
B+ SWITCH
BT VDD : MIC INPUT
Q1201, 1202

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5-6. BLOCK DIAGRAM - PANEL/POWER SUPLLY Section -


+1.9V
REGULATOR REGULATOR
D +1.9V
IC101 IC801 (2/2)

DR +5V 33 MECHA_5V

D +3.3V 31 MECHA_3.3V

M801
(FAN)
M
DISP+B 34 DISP+B

KEY_PWM D901 +3.3V


BT_IND, DOOR_IND MIC B+ REGULATOR
J IC905
CN801 (2/2)
(Page 28) KEY_PWM
AUDIO +8.5V 30 AUDIO_8.5V D823 5
AMP-REM 29 AMP-REM
LED DRIVE
U-DOM +5V D821 6
Q1303, 1304
ANT-REM 27 ANT-REM
+3.3V
MASTER CONTROLLER
BT_IND B/U +3.3V REGULATOR 37 U-DOM
IC502 (4/4)
IC503 VP1 20
LED DRIVE
KEY
Q1305, 1306 VP2 6
BOARD
19
84 KEY_IN0 VP 35 B+
RESET SIGNAL
RESET 10 GENERATOR
88 KEYACK
IC501

2 SIRCS S501 B/U B+


DOOR_IND (RESET)

LED99 LED DRIVE


(DISC SLOT INDICATOR) Q931, 932

+3.3V
SWITCHING REGULATOR
IC4 +3.3V REGULATOR
IC601
IC5

J601 65 RC_IN1 A+5V, AU +5V 21 SW VIN 2


REMOTE IN 86 RC_IN0 22 SW PV_IN 24
USB_VBUS 12 HSDSW PV_IN 25
87 RCACK 13 HSDSW

USB_ON 72 9 HSDCTL
FSW_OUT 20 8 SYS/EN
USB_OVER 74 10 FLG
BT_RESET
R 71 BT_RESET

(Page 29)
SWITCHING
+8.7V REGULATOR
Q2601
+3.3V
VCC +3.3V REGULATOR
IC2002
13 15 12
+5V
VCC +5V REGULATOR
SW1

POWER
OUTL1

IC2602
OUTH1

CONTROLLER
IC2601
VCC 7
VISUAL_POWER 18 26 EN1
EXTVCC 41
27 EN2
SYNC VCCCL1 8
K 34 SYNC
VCCCL2 5
(Page 28) DVDD
+3.3V
BT_POWER 80 +1.2V
+1.2V REGULATOR
SW2
OUTL2
OUTH2

IC2331
48 46 1
+1.8V
VDD +1.8V REGULATOR
IC1731
SWITCHING
B+ SWITCH
BT +3.3V REGULATOR
Q2603, 2604
Q2602
ACCESSORY 7
11 XOUT ACCIN 43 DETECT ACC
X502 Q802
6MHz D804
DIMMER 14
13 XIN ILL_IN 64 DETECT ILL
Q803
9 XCOUT TELATTENUATION 13
X501 TEL_ATT 66 DETECT TEL-ATT
32.768kHz Q801
D826 15
8 XCIN
PARKING_IN 42 PARKING

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THIS NOTE IS COMMON FOR PRINTED WIRING BOARDS AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS. • Circuit Boards Location
(In addition to this, the necessary note is printed in each block.)
For Printed Wiring Boards. For Schematic Diagrams.
Note: Note:
• X : Parts extracted from the component side. • All capacitors are in —F unless otherwise noted. (p: pF) 50
• Y : parts extracted from the conductor side. WV or less are not indicated except for electrolytics and
• W : Indicates side identified with part number. tantalums. SERVO board
• f : internal component. • All resistors are in Ÿ and 1/4 W or less unless otherwise SENSOR board
• : Pattern from the side which enables seeing. specified.
(The other layers' patterns are not indicated.) • f : internal component.
• C : panel designation. AUDIO board
Caution:
Pattern face side: Parts on the pattern face side seen Note: Note:
(Conductor Side) from the pattern face are indicated. The components identi- Les composants identifiés
Parts face side: Parts on the parts face side seen from fied by mark 0 or dotted par une marque 0 sont
(Component Side) the parts face are indicated. line with mark 0 are criti- critiques pour la sécurité.
cal for safety. Ne les remplacer que par
Caution: Replace only with part une pièce portant le nu-
Pattern face side: Parts on the pattern face side seen number specified. méro spécifié. LED board
(SIDE B) from the pattern face are indicated.
• A : B+ Line.
Parts face side: Parts on the parts face side seen from
• B : B– Line.
(SIDE A) the parts face are indicated.
• Power voltage is dc 14.4V and fed with regulated dc pow-
• SERVO, VISUAL and LCD board are multi-layer printed er supply from ACC and BATT cords.
board. • Voltages and waveforms are dc with respect to ground
However, the patterns of intermediate-layer have not been under no-signal (detuned) conditions.
included in this diagrams. - SERVO board -
• Indication of transistor. no mark : DVD PLAY KEY board
* : Impossible to measure
- Other board -
C VISUAL board
no mark : TUNER (FM) ANT board
Q These are omitted. [ ] : TUNER (AM) LCD board
B E ( ): DVD PLAY
< > : Bluetooth
* : Impossible to measure
• Abbreviation • Voltages are taken with VOM (Input impedance 10 M:).
CND : Canadian model Voltage variations may be noted due to normal production
EA : Saudi Arabia model tolerances.
RU : Russian model • Waveforms are taken with a oscilloscope.
Voltage variations may be noted due to normal production
tolerances.
• Circled numbers refer to waveforms.
• Signal path.
F : AUDIO
E : VIDEO
J : FM
L : AM
k : USB
f : AUX1 IN
f : AUX2 IN
N : Bluetooth
O : MIC INPUT
h : NAVI
• Abbreviation
CND : Canadian model
EA : Saudi Arabia model
RU : Russian model

XAV-70BT/E70BT
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5-7. PRINTED WIRING BOARDS - SERVO Section - • See page 31 for Circuit Boards Location. • : Uses unleaded solder.

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

OPTICAL
PICK-UP
A BLOCK
(KHS-360A)

SERVO BOARD (SIDE B)

R109 C11
R107 R108
BP4
TP45 BP3
R2 C7
L1 TP32
C12 TP44
R231 TP30 C5 30
B Q6 Q4 C TP47 TP51
R11 (IOPCD) (IOPDVD)
E E C4 TP43
R3 FB46 CN2
R230
R9 R8 TP63 TP40
C9 C10 (D3.3V) FB47
SERVO BOARD (SIDE A) R38 R37 C
TP41 TP31
TP55 TP56

R32
R33
R36
R35 R34 FB43 TP54 TP27
C44 C46 TP29 1
TP58 TP53
C43 C45 FB42
48 37
C2
C47 1 36 C41 FB45 FB41 TP57 TP50 TP26 TP23
R106 R25 FB40 TP25 TP24
IC1 + TP28
TP38

C13
C14
C15
C16
C17
C R18
C1 C40 FB37 TP34
C18 C42 12 25
R45 R17 R29 1 TP115
R26 FB38 TP35
R4 R5 R21 C34 24 TP81
C52 13 R27
R19 C26C24C20C19 C38 TP80

R16
R15
R14
R13
R12
C51 C39 FB39 TP39 TP116

R30
C147 FB44 R42
C56 C53 C35 C32 C30 R23
C149 TP48 TP36
C55 C54 C36 C31 R31 R28
R22 C25 C23 C22C21 C48 R40 TP117
TP49 TP94
CN1 TP37 TP119
R39 R44
C93
1 208 157 R61 TP93 TP118
R58
156 C94 R24 R235 TP83
R115 C92 C49 R57
TP92 R43
R124R62 X1
R56 R121 R120 C57
26 C95 R55 C58
C96 TP82
R54 C60
D R125 TP91 C59
C98 C97 R175 R174 R60
R63 R69 R122
R64 TP90 1 48
C100 C99 FB36 R123
R67 R65
C101 R68
FB14 R66 FB35 C175

C102
C61 FB13
R70 IC11
C62 IC4 C125

C63 C104 R146


C64 C103
FB12 24 25
R145 C137
R201 C139 R177 C68 R50
R211 R116 R51
R147
R148
R149

TP130 C67 TP84


C65 C136 C138 R90 R49
E TP1 R91 R87 R237
C70

R210
52 105
C66 53 104 RED C69 R88
R209 54 28
R170 BP6
X2 C106 C105 M1
M
R202
R203
R204

R52 (LOADING) IC13 TP95 BP7 BP5 BP8


C83 C77 C76 C74 C72
L9 C85 C80 20 16 R164 R159 R158
FB10
TP126

WHT
TP59

R53 BP10

R162
C114
R163
C84 R172 C79 IC10
C75 C73 C71 TP2 1 15

R155
R154
R153
R152
R151
R150
C81 C78 C87 C88 TP98 BP9

R208
R212
R96 R95 R178 R200 R165
R216 R220 5 11 TP96 TP124 TP125 R160
R217 1 27 R89
C146 15

R221
14 R76 6 10

R218
R227
R219
TP121

R226
R225
R224
R223
R222
R171 3 1 C113 R166 C126
TP97 SENSOR BOARD
C109 IC5 TP122 C127 C128 C133 C134 TP73
FB48 SW1 TP123 C131

R213
R214
R215
R105 TP86 C130 C132 C135
C111 (CHUCKING END)
8 7 R138 R132 C129 RED
IC6 R135 TP70 TP71 2
C117 R83 C115 C119 C107 FB1 FB6 FB8
F IC7 C112 L22 TP100 WHT
C110 FB51 C86 FB2 TP120 R126 3
14 1 1 FB5 FB15 R129
C124 28 1 3 BLK
R82 C116 C121 FB20 L23 FB7 R179 1
C118 TP85 CN7 (Page 36)
C120 FB23
R73 FB22 1 60 AUDIO BOARD
C108
R144 C142 CN10 CN651
C123 C122 FB18 FB21 SW3
FB50 (DISC IN)
FB19 B
FB49 FB3
L11 L12
FB29 FB17 TP101
FB30 FB26
FB31
FB16 L10 FB52 FB32 R181
FB28 FB33
FB4 FB24
R180 SW2
FB27 (SELF)
C143 TP3 TP4
C141 FB25
G
21,22 TP5 21,22 11,12
1-881-102- (21,22) 1-881-102- (21,22) 1-689-230- (11,12)

AUDIO
BLK
WHT
RED

A BOARD
CN906
(Page 36)

Note 1: IC4, IC11 and IC13 cannot exchange with single. When these
parts are damaged, exchange the entire mounted board.

Note 2: FB30, R87 and R88 have been deleted in the midway of production.

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5-8. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - SERVO Section (1/3) - • See page 53 for IC Block Diagrams.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17

A SERVO BOARD (1/3)

FD-

TD-
FD+

TD+
CN1
26P CN2
FB45 30P
LIMIT SW GND 1 FD+ TP23
1 FCS+
LIMIT SW 2 TD+ TP24
2 TRK+
NC 3 FB44 C47 R25 TP59 TD- TP25
0.1 4.7k 3 TRK-
FB37 TP26
COIL V 4 FD-
TP50 4 FCS-
C42
COIL V 5 0.1 R5
B 33 5 NC
COIL U 6 FB38 CD_MD TP27
6 VR(DVD)

5
0.1
0.1
0.4
0.1
3
1.8
COIL U 7 TP28
7 PD
COIL W 8 FB39 C38 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 IC B/D R4
0.01 33 8 PD
COIL W 9 DVD_MD TP29

FG
R34
9 VR(CD)

VO3F
VO2F
VO1F
STBY
150 R32

VO3R
VO2R
VO1R
TP30

GVSW
HALL BIAS- 10

PVCC1
BMSW

PGND1
R23 47 0 TP57
C149 0.8 1.8 10 LD(DVD)
HALL W+ 11 1000p 13 SPCNF INSP 48
0.8 1.6 R33 100k TP53 11 LD(DVD)
IN5 47 C2 C1
HALL W- 12 14 CPH
1000p 4700p
1.6 R36 100k TP54 12 GND(LD)
HALL V+ 13 15 GND IN4 46 TP31
5 13 GND(LD)
C HALL V- 14 16 VCC IN3 45 TP32
3.1 1.6 R37 0 TP55 14 LD(CD)
HALL U+ 15 17 HUP IC1 IN2 44
3.1 1.6 R38 0 TP56 FB47 15 LD(CD) OPTICAL
HALL U- 16 18 HUN FOCUS/TRACKING COIL DRIVE, IN1 43 PICK-UP
R24 47 3 SLED/SPINDLE MOTOR DRIVE 1.6 C43 0.047 16 MSW BLOCK
HALL BIAS+ 17 19 HVP
IC1 CNF1 42
3 1.6 C44 0.047 17 NC (KHS-360A)
BH5510KV-E2 CNF2 41 TP34
SLED B- 18 20 HVN
TP51 C
3.1 (IOPDVD) 18 C
SLED B- 19 21 HWP CNF3 40 D TP35
3.1 1.6 C45 0.033 19 D
SLED B+ 20 22 HWN CNF4 39 A TP36
1.1 1.6 C46 0.033 R9 20 A
CNF5 38 TP58 TP37
SLED B+ 21 23 HB 1 B
D 5 1.6 21 B
SLED A- 22 24 PVCC21 VREF 37 E TP38
22 E
SLED A- 23 R35 F TP39
150 R231 C12 3.3 23 F
100k 100 Q6

RNF1
U
V
PVCC22
RNF2
W
PGND3
VO4F
VO4R
PVCC3
VO5F
VO5R
SLEDA+ 24 RFN TP40
10V 2SA2119K
C147 2.5 24 RF-
SLEDA+ 25 0.1 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 AUTOMATIC RFP TP41
R11 POWER CONTROL 25 RF+

0
5
0
0
0
5
0
0
NC 26 1.2k (FOR DVD) OP_GAIN

2.5
2.5
2.6
2.4 26 GSW
C39 L1 FB46
0.1 27 NC
TP43
TP48
28 VCC
C11 VREF TP44
0.1 BP4
29 VC
E
30 GND
R29 R30 R31 R28 R27 R26 C41 C40 C48 C49
2.2 2.2 2.2 2.2 2.2 2.2 4.7 10 0.1 100 TP49
16V 16V
C7 C5 C4
0.1 0.1 0.1
TP45
R180
0
TP63 TP47
(D3.3V) (IOPCD)
FB40
R179 68
1
F FB41 0
R3 SERVO
TP100 1 69
FB42 BOARD
R181 (2/3)
FB43
0
TP101 R230 C9 (Page 34)
100k 100 3.3 Q4
10V 2SA2119K
3.2
AUTOMATIC
R8 POWER CONTROL
IC11 IC10 1.2k (FOR CD)
0.1
FLASH MEMORY SD-RAM R2
0
IC11 IC10
SST39VF3201B-70-4I-EKE EM638165 TSA-6G
G C126 C10 R109 R108 R107 R106
0.1 1000p BP3 0 0 0 0
MEMADD15 MEMADD16 3.3 87 2
1 A15 A16 48 1 VDD VSS 54
MEMADD14 3.3 RAMDATA0 1 1.3 RAMDATA15 88
2 A14 BYTE 47 2 DQ0 DQ15 53 SERVO
MEMADD13 C127 3.3 89 BOARD
3 A13 VSS 46 680p 3 VDDQ VSSQ 52 CD_LD (3/3)
MEMADD12 MEMDAT15 RAMDATA1 1 1.1 RAMDATA14
4 A12 DQ15 45 4 DQ1 DQ14 51 DVD_LD
MEMADD11 MEMDAT7 RAMDATA2 0.3 1 RAMDATA13 (Page 35)
5 A11 DQ7 44 5 DQ2 DQ13 50
MEMADD10 MEMDAT14 3.3 C136
6 A10 DQ14 43 6 VSSQ VDDQ 49 680p
MEMADD9 MEMDAT6 RAMDATA3 1.1 0.8 RAMDATA12
7 A9 DQ6 42 7 DQ3 DQ12 48
H MEMADD8 MEMDAT13 RAMDATA4 0.8 0.9 RAMDATA11
8 A8 DQ13 41 8 DQ4 DQ11 47
MEMADD19 3.1 MEMDAT5 C128 3.3
9 A19 DQ5 40 680p 9 VDDQ VSSQ 46
3.2 MEMDAT12 RAMDATA5 1.2 0.2 RAMDATA10
10 A20 DQ12 39 10 DQ5 DQ10 45
MEMWR 3.2 MEMDAT4 RAMDATA6 1.2 0.9 RAMDATA9
11 WE DQ4 38 11 DQ6 DQ9 44
MEMRST 3.3 3.3 3.3 C137
12 RST VCC 37 12 VSSQ VDDQ 43 0.1
MEMDAT11 RAMDATA7 1.4 0.8 RAMDATA8
13 NC DQ11 36 13 DQ7 DQ8 42
3.3 MEMDAT3 C129 3.3
14 WP_ACC DQ3 35 0.1 14 VDD VSS 41
MEMDAT10 RAMDQM 2.8
15 RY_BY DQ10 34 15 DQML NC2 40
I MEMADD18 MEMDAT2 RAMWE 3.3 2.8 RAMDQM
16 A18 DQ2 33 16 WE DQMH 39
MEMADD17 MEMDAT9 RAMCAS 3.1 0.3 RAMPLCK
17 A17 DQ9 32 17 CAS CLK 38
MEMADD7 MEMDAT1 RAMRAS 3.2 3.2
18 A7 DQ1 31 18 RAS CKE 37
MEMADD6 MEMDAT8 RAMCS1 3.1 R90 C138
19 A6 DQ8 30 19 CS NC1 36 4.7k 680p
MEMADD5 MEMDAT0 RAMBA0 0.1 0.1 RAMADD11
20 A5 DQ0 29 20 BA0 A11 35
MEMADD4 3.1 MEMRD RAMCS0 3.2 0.1 RAMADD9
21 A4 OE 28 21 BA1 A9 34
MEMADD3 RAMADD10 0.1 0.1 RAMADD8
22 A3 VSS 27 22 A10 A8 33
MEMADD2 3.1 RAMADD0 1 1.6 RAMADD7
23 A2 CE 26 23 A0 A7 32
J MEMADD1 3.1 3.1 MEMADD0 RAMADD1 1.6 1.6 RAMADD6
24 A1 A0 25 24 A1 A6 31
R158 R87 RAMADD2 1.1 1.7 RAMADD5
25 A2 A5 30
0 4.7k
MEMCS1 RAMADD3 1.7 1.6 RAMADD4 67
26 A3 A4 29
R91
BP5 3.3 1k 66
27 VDD VSS 28
R159
BP6 C139 65
0
0.1
64

R88 C175 63
BP7 C13 C14 C15 C16 C17
10k 680p 2200p 2200p 1000p 3300p 3300p
62

K BP8 TP98 61
C125
MEMADD2 0.1 60

BP9 R89 59
3
1k SERVO
R160 58
BOARD
MEMADD1 0 57 (2/3)
56 (Page
BP10 55 34)
54

L 53
52
R237 C130 C131 C132 C133 C134 C135
100k 0.1 680p 0.1 680p 680p 0.1
51

Note 1: IC11 cannot exchange with single. When this part is damaged, exchange the entire mounted board.
XAV-70BT/E70BT
Note 2: R87 and R88 have been deleted in the midway of production.
33 33
XAV-70BT/E70BT
Ver. 1.1

5-9. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - SERVO Section (2/3) - • See page 52 for Waveforms. • See page 63 for IC Pin Function Description.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21
SERVO
BOARD (Page 35)
4 (3/3)

70
71
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
A
SERVO BOARD (2/3)

OP_GAIN

Y
V
R64 0

U
B 1
69

TD0
RD0
C96 X1 27MHz

CVBS
15p 68 SERVO
R116 BOARD
R65 4.7k

AOUT0
AOUT1
AOUT2
1

AMCLK
R120 R122 R121 R60 100k (1/3) (Page 33)

CP_SI
CP_SI

CP_SO
CP_SO

C97 15p
3 2 R68 R66 FB48
R61 C92 C93 C94 C95 R55 0 100k R166
62 680p 0.1 680p 0.1 75 R201 R202 R203 R204 10k TP97
R63 R67 220 0 0 0 R162 SENSOR BOARD
4 R56 1.2k 0 R70 100
R58 75 4.7k R165
75 10k TP96
R146 R147 R148 R149
SW2
C TP92 TP3 3 (SELF)
5 R62 R164 TP3
TP91 1k TP95

1000p
1M

0
R69 C101 C102 SW3
C103 C104 C105 C106 C99 C100 (DISC IN)
0 0.1 680p 0.1 680p 0.1 680p 0.1 680p TP4 2

C98
TP4

75
R124
6

0
IC13

FB14
FB13
R115

R54
330 C71 TP5 1
TP80 C21 TP94 0.1 EEPROM
1000p

R125
RFP

R57 75
1k
C72 20 19 18 17 16

TP93
TP90
TP81 C22
2 680p
1000p
RFN

NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
D

R163

1.3
0.8
3.3
0.8
0.6
3.3
0.7
0
0

1.9
1.8
3.3
1.8
0.4
3.2
3.2
3.2
3.3
1.8
3.3
1.7
0.1
0.1
0.1
3.2
3.2
0.1
0.1
0.1
3.3
C75
C20 C19 0.1
330p 330p C23 FB2 TP1
680p 7 156 155 154 153 152 151 150 149 148 147 146 145 144 143 142 141 140 139 138 137 136 135 134 133 132 131 130 129 128 127 126 125 124 123 122 121 120 119 118 117 116 115 114 113 112 111 110 109 108 107 106 105 1 NC NC 15
C76 3.2 3.2
2 MODE1/SP1 CLK 14

XI
680p

XO
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
C24 0.1 M1
R150 IC13

VID0
VID1
VID2
VID3
VID4
VID5
VID6
VID7
3

RSET
DAC1
DAC2
DAC3
DAC4
DAC5
NC SO-> 13

VDDC
VDDP
VDDP

GNDC
GNDC
0.1

FG_IN
(LOADING)

IRRCV
VCLK2
0 MFI341S2162 M

AOUT0
AOUT1
AOUT2

AMCLK
1.7 1.2 AIN 3.2 0.1

RESET#
CP_CLK
FB1

VDDPLL
GNDPLL

VDDDAC
VDDDAC
R17 C25 TP2

OP_GAIN
4 12

HOMESW
157 RFP AIN 104 RESET SI<-
0 680p R151 220

VDDAPWM

GNDAPWM

GNDDAC_D
1.7 0.1 MD 3.3

GNDDACBS2
CP_DATA_IN
158 RFN MD 103 5 VCC VSS 11
R152 220

CP_DATA_OUT
3.3 0.1 MC
C26

DUPTD1_terminal
DUPRD1_terminal
159 VDD1AFE MC 102 R153 220
0.1

DUPTD0_download
DUPRD0_download
A 2.2 3.2 ML

NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
160 A ML 101
E B 2.2 3.2
161 B AMUTE 100 R200 6 7 8 9 10
R154 220
3.3 1.6 ABCLK
C31 162 VDDAFE ABCLK 99
680p TP121 CN10
C 2.2 1.6 ALRCLK 60P
163 C ALRCLK 98
D 2.2 R155 R178 C73
164 D SPDIF_OUT 97 0 0.1 1 LO-
3.1 C113 C114
165 J DRVSB 96 0.1 0.01 2 LO-
E 2.1
166 E GNDC 95 3 LO+
3.2
167 K CD_DVD# 94 TP126 4 LO+
F 2.1 3.3 C79
F 168 F VDDP 93 0.1 L23 5 DRGND
1 R220 47 RAMDATA0
169 GNDAFE RAMDAT0 92 6 DR5V
C30 1.3 RAMDATA15
170 G RAMDAT15 91 7 DR5V
0.1 1 R221 47 RAMDATA1
171 H RAMDAT1 90 L22 8 DR5V
1.1 RAMDATA14
172 GND1AFE RAMDAT14 89 9 DRGND
VREF 2.1 1.8
173 VC VDDC 88 C74 10 DRGND
680p FB51
C34 1.8 0.3 R222 47 RAMDATA2
R18 C18
220 0.1 0.1 174 VREF