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Mini System FW-M779/21/22/37

Service
Service
Service

Service Manual
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Page
Location of PCBs & Version variations ...................... 1-2
Technical Specifications ............................................. 1-3
Measurement setup .................................................... 1-4
Service Aids, Safety Instruction, etc. .......................... 1-5
Connections & Functional Overview ............. 1-7 to 1-12
Disassembly Instructions & Service positions .............. 2
Service Test Programs .................................................. 3
Set Block diagram ...................................................... 4-1
Set Wiring diagram ..................................................... 4-2
Front Control Board ....................................................... 5
Front Display Board ....................................................... 6
ECO6 Tuner Board : Systems Non-Cenelec ............. 7A
Systems Cenelec ..................... 7B
PWR303 Module UCD 200-250W ................................. 8
AF12 Board .................................................................... 9
5DTC Module (MP3 Version) ...................................... 10
Set Mechanical Exploded view & parts list ................. 11

CLASS 1
©
Copyright 2003 Philips Consumer Electronics B.V. Eindhoven, The Netherlands LASER PRODUCT
All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system or
transmitted, in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, or otherwise
without the prior permission of Philips.
GB 3141 785 30000
Published by SL 0413 Service Audio Printed in The Netherlands Subject to modification

Version 1.0
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LOCATION OF PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS

MAINS SOCKET
BOARD

BO TC
VIDEO OUT

CD 5D

D
AR
CINCH BOARD

BO CO DTC
D OL
AR NTR
5

T M C
5D
BO P3
ECO POWER

D
AR
5D
BOARD TC
KE R
YB NE D
OA U
T AR
RD
BO
S

D
FR IN

UC
DI ON MAARD

D OR
AR A T
S T

BO UL
BOPLA V BO
G
MEU RE
AR Y B O TE R
D AR
D V
(L MEU
) B O TE R
AR
D 12
FR
(R
) AF ARD
ON B O
T
C
BO ON
AR TR
D OL
AMPLIFIER UCD BOARD
- BTL MASTER

AMPLIFIER UCD BOARD


- BTL SLAVE only for FWM587
GAME PORT
BOARD IR EYE BOARD
HEADPHONE
BOARD
VERSION VARIATIONS:
Type /Versions: FW-M779
Features & /21 /22 /37
Board in used:
Aux in / CDR in x x x
Line Out x x x
Video Out x x x
Surround Out
Subwoofer Out
Power Booster Out
Digital Out
Digital in
Matrix Surround
RDS
Dolby Pro Logic (DPL)
Incredible Surround x x x
Karaoke Features
Voltage Selector x
ECO Power Standby (Clock Display Off) x x x
ECO6 Tuner Board - Systems Non-Cenelec x x
ECO6 Tuner Board - Systems Cenelec x
USB PC LINK x x x
Game Port (Video / Audio L / Audio R) x x x
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SPECIFICATIONS

Mains voltage : 110-127V/220-240V Switchable Input sensitivity


for /21 Aux in (at 1kHz) : 640mV ± 2dB
: 230 ± 10% for /22 Game Port (at 1kHz) : 310mV ± 2dB
: 120 ± 10% for /37 USB (at 1kHz) : 830mV at 600 Ω
Mains frequency : 50/60Hz
Power consumption : < 1W at ECO Power Standby Output sensitivity
: < 25W at Standby (DEMO mode off) Headphone output at 32 Ω : 700mV ± 2dB (Max. vol.)
: 175W at Active
Clock accuracy : < 4 seconds per day
Dimension centre unit : 265 x 322 x 390mm 5DTC:
Measurement done directly at the connector on the board.
Output Resistance : < 100 Ω
TUNER: Output Voltage (0dB, 1kHz) : 0.5Vrms ± 1dB (unloaded)
FM Channel Unbalance : < ±1dB
Tuning range : 87.5-108MHz Channel Separation (1kHz) : > 60dB
Grid : 50kHz Frequency Response (±3dB) : 20Hz-20kHz
100kHz for /37 Signal to Noise Ratio : > 75dBA
IF frequency : 10.7MHz ± 25kHz MP3-CD Bit Rate : 32-256 kbps
Aerial input : 75 Ω coaxial Sampling Frequencies : 32, 44.1, 48 kHz
300 Ω click fit for /37
Sensitivity at 26dB S/N : < 7µV
Selectivity at 600kHz bandwidth : > 25dB USB:
Image rejection : > 25dB [> 75dB] Measurement done directly at the connector on the board.
Distortion at RF=1mV, dev. 75kHz : < 3% Output Impedance (1 kHz) : < 1.5 kohm
-3dB Limiting point : < 8µV Output Voltage (0dB, 1kHz) : 830mVrms ± 1.5dB
Crosstalk at RF=1mV, dev. 40kHz : > 18dB Channel Unbalance : < ±1dB
Distortion THD (0dB, 1kHz) : < 0.3%
Channel Separation (1kHz) : > 35dB
MW Frequency Response (±3dB) : 20Hz-20kHz
Tuning range : 531-1602kHz Signal to Noise Ratio : > 60dBA
530-1700kHz for /21/37
Grid : 9kHz
10kHz for /21/37
IF frequency : 450kHz ± 1kHz
Aerial input : Frame aerial 18.1µH
Sensitivity at 26dB S/N : < 4.4mV/M
Sensitivity at S9/300KHz : > 18dB
IF rejection : > 45dB
Image rejection : > 28dB
Distortion at RF=50mV, M=80% : < 5%

[....] Values indicated are for "ECO6 Cenelec Board" only.

AMPLIFIER:
Output power (8 Ω, 1kHz, 10% THD)
L&R : 2 x 250W RMS /21/22/30
: 2 x 200W FTC /37
Frequency response within -3dB : 63Hz-16kHz
Incredible Srround : On / Off
WOOX : Level1, 2, 3 & Off
Game Sound : Speed /Punch /Blast /Off
Digital Sound Control (DSC) : Jazz /Rock /Pop /Optimal
Virtual Ambience Control (VAC) : Cyber / Arcade / Hall /
Cinema / Concert
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MEASUREMENT SETUP

Tuner FM

Bandpass
DUT 250Hz-15kHz LF Voltmeter
e.g. 7122 707 48001 e.g. PM2534
RF Generator
e.g. PM5326
Ri=50Ω

S/N and distortion meter


e.g. Sound Technology ST1700B

Use a bandpass filter to eliminate hum (50Hz, 100Hz) and disturbance from the pilottone (19kHz, 38kHz).

Tuner AM (MW,LW)
Bandpass
250Hz-15kHz LF Voltmeter
DUT e.g. 7122 707 48001 e.g. PM2534

RF Generator
e.g. PM5326
S/N and distortion meter
e.g. Sound Technology ST1700B
Ri=50Ω

Frame aerial
e.g. 7122 707 89001

To avoid atmospheric interference all AM-measurements have to be carried out in a Faraday´s cage.
Use a bandpass filter (or at least a high pass filter with 250Hz) to eliminate hum (50Hz, 100Hz).

CD Recorder
Use Audio Signal Disc SBC429 4822 397 30184 Use Universal Test Cassette CrO2 SBC419 4822 397 30069
(replaces test disc 3) or Universal Test Cassette Fe SBC420 4822 397 30071

DUT
DUT LF Generator L
L e.g. PM5110

R
R
S/N and distortion meter
S/N and distortion meter e.g. Sound Technology ST1700B
e.g. Sound Technology ST1700B

LEVEL METER
LEVEL METER e.g. Sennheiser UPM550
e.g. Sennheiser UPM550 with FF-filter
with FF-filter
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SERVICE AIDS

Service Tools: ESD Equipment:


Universal Torx driver holder .................................. 4822 395 91019 Anti-static table mat - large 1200x650x1.25mm ... 4822 466 10953
Torx bit T10 150mm ............................................. 4822 395 50456 Anti-static table mat - small 600x650x1.25mm ..... 4822 466 10958
Torx driver set T6 - T20 ......................................... 4822 395 50145 Anti-static wristband .............................................. 4822 395 10223
Torx driver T10 extended ...................................... 4822 395 50423 Connector box (1MΩ) ............................................ 4822 320 11307
Extension cable
Cassette: (to connect wristband to conn. box) .................. 4822 320 11305
SBC419 Test cassette CrO2 ................................. 4822 397 30069 Connecting cable
SBC420 Test cassette Fe ..................................... 4822 397 30071 (to connect table mat to conn. box) .................. 4822 320 11306
MTT150 Dolby level 200nWb/M ............................ 4822 397 30271 Earth cable (to connect product to mat or box) .... 4822 320 11308
Complete kit ESD3
Compact Disc: (combining all above products) ......................... 4822 320 10671
SBC426/426A Test disc 5 + 5A ............................ 4822 397 30096 Wristband tester .................................................... 4822 344 13999
SBC442 Audio Burn-in Test disc 1kHz ................. 4822 397 30155
SBC429 Audio Signals disc .................................. 4822 397 30184
Dolby Pro-logic Test Disc ...................................... 4822 395 10216

HANDLING CHIP COMPONENTS


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NL WAARSCHUWING
GB WARNING ESD
Alle IC’s en vele andere halfgeleiders zijn
All ICs and many other semi-conductors are gevoelig voor electrostatische ontladingen
susceptible to electrostatic discharges (ESD). (ESD).
Careless handling during repair can reduce life Onzorgvuldig behandelen tijdens reparatie kan
drastically. de levensduur drastisch doen verminderen.
When repairing, make sure that you are Zorg ervoor dat u tijdens reparatie via een
connected with the same potential as the mass polsband met weerstand verbonden bent met
of the set via a wrist wrap with resistance. hetzelfde potentiaal als de massa van het
Keep components and tools also at this apparaat.
potential. Houd componenten en hulpmiddelen ook op
ditzelfde potentiaal.

F ATTENTION
I AVVERTIMENTO
Tous les IC et beaucoup d’autres D WARNUNG
semi-conducteurs sont sensibles aux Tutti IC e parecchi semi-conduttori sono
décharges statiques (ESD). sensibili alle scariche statiche (ESD).
Alle ICs und viele andere Halbleiter sind
Leur longévité pourrait être considérablement La loro longevità potrebbe essere fortemente
empfindlich gegenüber elektrostatischen
écourtée par le fait qu’aucune précaution n’est ridatta in caso di non osservazione della più
Entladungen (ESD).
prise à leur manipulation. grande cauzione alla loro manipolazione.
Unsorgfältige Behandlung im Reparaturfall kan
Lors de réparations, s’assurer de bien être relié Durante le riparazioni occorre quindi essere
die Lebensdauer drastisch reduzieren.
au même potentiel que la masse de l’appareil et collegato allo stesso potenziale che quello della
Veranlassen Sie, dass Sie im Reparaturfall über
enfiler le bracelet serti d’une résistance de massa dell’apparecchio tramite un braccialetto
ein Pulsarmband mit Widerstand verbunden
sécurité. a resistenza.
sind mit dem gleichen Potential wie die Masse
Veiller à ce que les composants ainsi que les Assicurarsi che i componenti e anche gli utensili
des Gerätes.
outils que l’on utilise soient également à ce con quali si lavora siano anche a questo
Bauteile und Hilfsmittel auch auf dieses gleiche
potentiel. potenziale.
Potential halten.

GB
Safety regulations require that the set be restored to its original
condition and that parts which are identical with those specified, CLASS 1
be used
Safety components are marked by the symbol ! . LASER PRODUCT

NL
Veiligheidsbepalingen vereisen, dat het apparaat bij reparatie in
zijn oorspronkelijke toestand wordt teruggebracht en dat onderdelen, GB Warning !
identiek aan de gespecificeerde, worden toegepast.
De Veiligheidsonderdelen zijn aangeduid met het symbool !
Invisible laser radiation when open.
Avoid direct exposure to beam.

F
Les normes de sécurité exigent que l’appareil soit remis à l’état
S Varning !
d’origine et que soient utiliséés les piéces de rechange identiques
à celles spécifiées. Osynlig laserstrålning när apparaten är öppnad och spärren
Less composants de sécurité sont marqués !
är urkopplad. Betrakta ej strålen.

SF Varoitus !
D
Bei jeder Reparatur sind die geltenden Sicherheitsvorschriften zu Avatussa laitteessa ja suojalukituksen ohitettaessa olet alttiina
beachten. Der Original zustand des Geräts darf nicht verändert werden; näkymättömälle laserisäteilylle. Älä katso säteeseen!
für Reparaturen sind Original-Ersatzteile zu verwenden.
Sicherheitsbauteile sind durch das Symbol ! markiert.

DK Advarse !
I Usynlig laserstråling ved åbning når sikkerhedsafbrydere er
Le norme di sicurezza esigono che l’apparecchio venga rimesso ude af funktion. Undgå udsaettelse for stråling.
nelle condizioni originali e che siano utilizzati i pezzi di ricambio
identici a quelli specificati.
Componenty di sicurezza sono marcati con !

GB F
After servicing and before returning set to customer perform a leakage "Pour votre sécurité, ces documents doivent être utilisés par
current measurement test from all exposed metal parts to earth ground to des spécialistes agréés, seuls habilités à réparer votre
assure no shock hazard exist. The leakage current must not exceed appareil en panne".
0.5mA.
Connections Connections
Warning! Step 3: Connecting to PC
– Use only the supplied speakers.
The combination of the main unit and Use the supplied USB cable to connect the
speakers provide the best sound. system to your personal computer’s USB port.
Using other speakers can damage the After installing the USB PC LINK application
unit and sound quality will be negatively software onto your PC, you can play your music
affected. collection via the system (refer to “USB PC
– Never make or change connections Link”).
MW with the power switched on.
– Connect the AC power cord to the Step 4: Connecting to game
power outlet only after you have finished console
hooking up everything. IMPORTANT!
Gameport inputs are solely for game
Step 1: Connecting FM/MW
console only.
S S antennas
a. Use the game console’s video cable (not
– Place the MW loop antenna on a shelf or
supplied) to connect its video output to the
attach it to a stand or wall.
GAMEPORT-VIDEO terminal.
– Extend the FM antenna and fix its ends to the
wall. b. Use the game console’s audio cables (not
– Adjust the position of the antennas for supplied) to connect its audio outputs to the
optimal reception. GAMEPORT-AUDIO L. / AUDIO R.
– Position the antennas as far as possible from a terminals.
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Rear panel TV, VCR or other radiation source to prevent c. Use the video cable (yellow) to connect the
unwanted noise. VIDEO OUT terminal to the video input on
– For better FM stereo reception, connect the TV for viewing.
external FM antenna.
Notes:
Step 2: Connecting the
– On the TV, the Video Input jack is usually yellow
speakers and might be labeled A/V In, CVBS, Composite or
Connect the speaker wires to the SPEAKERS Baseband.
terminals, right speaker to “R” and left speaker to – To avoid magnetic interference, do not position
“L”, coloured (marked) wire to “+” and black the front speakers too close to your TV.
(unmarked) wire to “-”. Fully insert the – For optimal enjoyment of your Gaming
OUT stripped portion of the speaker wire into the Experience, please do not connect the TV’s AUDIO
terminal as shown. OUT to the audio system’s AUX IN (R/L) terminals.
OUT
Notes: – If you want to listen to your favorite movies/TV
– Ensure that the speaker cables are correctly programs through the Philips Mini System, please
connected. Improper connections may damage the disconnect the Game Console connection on the
system due to short-circuit. front of the set to avoid any unwanted noise.
– Do not connect more than one speaker to any
one pair of +/- speaker terminals.
Game console
Front panel
Connections
Step 5: Connecting the AC
power cord
“AUTO INSTALL - PRESS PLAY” may appear
on the display panel when the AC power cord is
plugged into the power outlet for the first time.
Press ÉÅ on the main unit to store all available
radio stations or press Ç to exit
(refer to “Tuner Operations”).

Step 6: Inserting batteries into


the remote control

1 Open the battery compartment cover.


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2 Insert two batteries type R06 or AA, following


the indications (+-) inside the compartment.
3 Close the cover.

Using the remote control to operate the


system
1 Aim the remote control directly at the remote
sensor (iR) on the main unit.
2 Select the source you wish to control by
pressing one of the source select keys on the
remote control (for example CD, TUNER).
3 Then select the desired function (for example
ÉÅ, í, ë).

CAUTION!
– Remove batteries if they are
exhausted or will not be used for a long
time.
– Do not use old and new or different
types of batteries in combination.
– Batteries contain chemical substances,
so they should be disposed of properly.
Functional Overview Functional Overview
0 PLAY•PAUSE ÉÅ ( PROG (PROGRAM)
24 – CD: starts/pauses playback. – CD: starts or confirms track programming.
– USB PC LINK: starts/pauses playback. – TUNER: starts *automatic/manual preset
£ (only on the main unit) programming.

USB PC LINK AUX/GAME – CLOCK: selects 12- or 24-hour clock display.
1 6 – TUNER: *enters Plug & Play mode and/ or starts
2 ™ preset radio station installation. )n
25
3 ¡ VOL ! wOOx 1 / 2 / 3 (wOOx LEVEL) – Plug in the headphones jack. The speakers
* output will be cancelled.
 – Selects different type of enhanced wOOx sound
4 7 settings (wOOx 1, wOOx 2 or wOOx 3).
8 ¡ VU meters
5 ) – Indicates signal strength of left/right channel.
0 @ MIX IT (GAME MIX IT)
6 ( 9
32 – Mixes the game sound with your favourite music ™ iR SENSOR
7 §
* ( ⁄ from one of these music source (CD, TUNER, – Point the remote control towards this sensor.
8 º
27 DSC VAC WOOX LEVEL
USB PC LINK or AUX).
9 4
& • £ Disc trays (1~5)
0 & ! # MODE (GAME SOUND)
! ª – Selects different type of equaliser setting for 24 OPEN•CLOSE 0 (DISC 1~5)
# @
@ Gameport (SPEED, PUNCH or BLAST). – Opens/closes the individual disc tray.
# ^
$ $ Connect the USB cable between the system and
PC’s USB port. Control buttons available on the remote
% control only
% GAME VOLUME
25 CD 1~5
– Adjusts the game’s output volume level.
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Main unit and remote control 7 PREV • PRESET 4 (TITLE -) (í) – Selects a disc tray to playback.
NEXT • PRESET 3 (TITLE +) (ë) ^ VIDEO
1 ECO POWER indicator § REPEAT
– CD: selects a track or selects a title from MP3 – Use a video cable to connect to your game
– Lights up when the system is in the Eco Power – Repeats a track/disc/all programmed tracks.
disc. console’s video output.
standby mode.
– TUNER: selects a preset radio station. AUDIO L. / AUDIO R. 27 DIM
2 STANDBY ON B – CLOCK: sets the minutes. – Use a audio cable to connect to your game – Turns on / off the dim mode.
– Switches to the Eco Power standby mode or – USB PC LINK: selects your desired playlist. console’s left/right audio output.
turns on the system. • SLEEP
8 STOP• DEMO STOP Ç & INC SURR – Sets the sleep timer function.
– *Switches to the standby mode.
– Exits an operation. – Turns on / off the Incredible Surround effect.
3 Display screen – CD: stops playback or clears a programme. ª MUTE
– TUNER: *erases a preset radio station. DSC / PRESET – Mutes or restores the volume.
4 CLOCK • TIMER (CLK/TIMER) – USB PC LINK: stops playback. – Selects different type of preset sound equaliser
– *Enters clock or timer setting mode. settings (OPTIMAL, JAZZ, ROCK or POP). º TIMER ON/ OFF
(only on the main unit) – Turns on / off the timer function.
5 RDS•NEWS – *Turns on /off the demonstration mode. VAC / REVERB
– In tuner mode, selects RDS information. – Selects different type of environment ambience- ⁄ SHUFFLE
9 SEARCH •TUNING based equaliser settings (HALL, CINEMA, – Turns on / off the random play mode.
– In other modes, turns on/off news.
(ALBUM/PLAYLIST) ( à á) CONCERT, CYBER or ARCADE).
6 CD / TUNER / USB PC LINK / – CD: *searches backward/ forward or selects an *PRESET and REVERB environment sound DISPLAY
AUX • GAME album from MP3 disc. modes are only available when the optional – Displays the album and title name for MP3 disc.
– Selects the relevant active mode. – TUNER: tunes the radio frequency up/ down. software, Philips Sound Agent 2 is activated
– CLOCK: sets the hours.
‹B
– CD: toggles between DISC 1~5. during USB PC Link applicaion.
– USB PC LINK: selects your desired playlist. – Switches to the Eco Power standby mode.
– TUNER: toggles between FM and MW band.
* MASTER VOLUME (VOL +-) – *Switches to the standby mode.
– AUX•GAME: toggles between AUX and
GAMEPORT mode. – Adjusts the volume level.
* = Press and hold the button for more than two seconds. * = Press and hold the button for more than two seconds.
USB PC Link USB PC Link
IMPORTANT! 1 Turn on your PC and insert the installer disc into Using MusicMatch software 3 You will be prompted to name the Playlist. In
– Make sure the mute setting on your your PC’s CD-ROM drive. To create a music library the Name field type the name you'd like to give
PC control panel is deactivated to ensure this Playlist.
you get the sound from your audio 2 The installation guide will appear automatically. If 4 Click the Save button. Now you can play all the
system! it does not, go to the CD-ROM drive in saved playlists with the audio system by pressing
Windows Explorer and double click the S or T buttons. Details operation, please
Quick setup guide Setup.exe. refer to Connecting to USB PC Link.
3 Select your desired language from the list.
PC system requirement
Note:
– Windows 98SE/ ME/2000/XP 4 Select install Software. – It is not possible to create a playlist from the
– Intel Pentium MMX200 or higher 5 Connect the USB cable to the PC and Audio system’s 5 CD changer. If you encounter any
– CD-ROM drive System and press the USB PC Link button on problem using USB PC Link, please refer to the
– USB port the Audio set or the remote control. FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) stored in your
– Free hard disk space: 80 MB for the USB PC Link installer disc or visit
6 Follow the instructions as prompted on the Add music files to My Music Library “www.audio.philips.com” for the latest update on
software
screen to correctly install the USB PC Link FAQ.
Add files to My Library by dragging and
Software installation Driver, Philips Sound Agent 2 and
dropping audio tracks from anywhere in
MusicMatch Jukebox software.
Windows, into the My Library window. Connecting to USB PC Link
Notes: You can also click Add Files in the Music USB PC Link allows you to playback your music
2 Center to add tracks.
– Minimum OS requirement for Philips Sound collection from the PC via the powerful amplifier
Agent 2: Windows 2000 or XP. 1 Click the Add Files button on the Music and speakers of this system.
3 4 – During installation, your previous MusicMatch Library window.
2 Browse your computer to the folder where IMPORTANT!
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Jukebox software on your PC will be replaced.


audio files are stored. Check the box Also Add Make sure the MUSICMATCH software
Declarations Tracks from Subfolders to add all tracks in the has been installed. Refer to the CD-ROM
5 current folder, and all subfolders. sleeve for USB PC Link installation.
Windows and Pentium are trademarks of
1 Microsoft Corporation and Intel Corporation. 3 Click the Select All button to select all the files
All other trademarks belong to their respective in the current, and all subfolders. USB PC LINK AUX/GAME
6 2
owners. 4 Click Add.
VOL

USB PC Link sample track, music by Chemistry Files will be added to My Library. 3
(www.chemistryteam.com) To create a “Playlist” 4

5
DSC VAC WOOX LEVEL
1

1 Turn on your computer and launch the


“MUSICMATCH JUKEBOX”.
The volume level of PC should not be put
into mute.
2 Press USB PC LINK.
If the audio streaming is detected,
1 Drag and drop files, or folders with music files,
“CONNECTING” is displayed and the USB
from anywhere on your computer or My
indicator will be flashing.
Library into the Playlist window. Your files will
If “ NO CONNECTION” is displayed, check the
begin to play. Or, you may click the Open button
connection between your PC and micro system.
on the Playlist window to browse for and add
music to the Playlist.
2 Click the Save button on the Playlist, or go to
the menu Options>Playlist>Save Playlist.
USB PC Link Gameport Operations
Notes: Enabling digital CD audio output 5 Press AUX•GAME until “GAMEPORT” is
About Gameport
– When the USB PC Link feature is activated, Before playing the CD through your PC’s displayed.
Philips Sound Agent 2 will automatically be Gameport allows you to connect your game
CD-ROM drive, it is necessary to configure your 6 Press MODE (or GAME SOUND on the
launched (if it has been successfully installed under console to this mini system which enables you to
PC’s hardware as follows: remote control to select the type of sound
OS Windows 2000/XP). enjoy a total game immersion experience
through powerful sound output. setting that best suits the game : SPEED,
– The default setting for PRESET/REVERB is MP3/ For Windows ME / 2000/ XP
PUNCH, BLAST or OFF.
Study Room respectively.You may select from the 1 Enter the system control panel menu and
list of different sound modes to suit your music and select: Preparation before use 7 If you like to mix your game sound with your
environment preference. Alternatively, you may “System ™ Hardware ™ Device Manager ™ favourite music, press MIX-IT to select the
Rear panel
select PRESET (Neutral mode) and REVERB (No CD-ROM drives ™ Action-Properties ™ desired music source : CD, TUNER,
Environment mode) for the minimum sound effect. Properties ”. 2 USB PC LINK, AUX or OFF.
CD ™ “MIX-CD”
3 Press à or á to select your favorite playlist, OR
TUNER ™ “MIX-TU”
and then press í or ë until the desired track For Windows 98SE
USB PC LINK ™ “MIX-USB”
in the playlist is highlighted. Enter the system control panel menu and select: AUX ™ “MIX-AUX”
“MULTIMEDIA” and “CD MUSIC”. OFF ™ “MIX-OFF”
4 Press ÉÅ to start playback.
2 Check the ‘Enable digital CD audio for this CD- 3
The track information will appear on the 8 If necessary, start to play your chosen mixer
display. The display only supports English ROM device’ setting option is selected (enabled). source.
characters.
Notes: 9 Play your favourite game.
1
During playback, – You may need to refer to your PC’s manual for
GAME UX
GAME•AUX

– Press SHUFFLE to play all available tracks in correct configuration. 5 To adjust the game console’s volume
the playlist in random order. – For the optimal playback effect of the CD/MP3- ID
EO
level

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MIX-IT
– Press REPEAT to repeat playback of all the CD, please use your Philips audio system. 7 GAME
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SPEED
SOUND
ME S OU N D
PUNCH BLAST IO
R.
Adjust GAME VOLUME.
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A
MODE

tracks in the playlist. 6 Game console


Front panel
5 To exit, select another active mode or To change the mixer source
Press MIX-IT.
press Ç.
1 Connect your game console’s video and audio
Philips Sound Agent 2 output to the GAMEPORT video and audio To control the current active mixer
Philips Sound Agent 2 is a BONUS software inputs respectively (refer to “Connections – source
provided with Philips Audio system to enhance Connecting to game console). Press the respective source button (for example,
the quality of MP3 Music playback via USB PC CD, TUNER) on the remote control, then select
2 Connect your TV’s video input to the VIDEO the desired function (for example É, í, ë).
Link.
OUT (CVBS) on the rear panel.
1 Philips Sound Agent 2 will be automatically For example, if CD is the mixer source and you
launched if USB PC Link is selected. 3 Connect all the AC power cords to the power want to change the disc tray, you have to press
2 Press DSC/PRESET or VAC/REVERB to outlet. CD, then press CD 1~5 to select the desired
select different Preset or Reverb sound effect. disc tray.
Starting operation
3 For more details about using Philips Sound
Agent 2 features on your PC, please refer to 4 Turn on the TV and set to the correct Notes:
the User Manual in the supplied CD-ROM or the video-in channel. – You can only activate GAME VOLUME and
Help menu. The TV’s video input channel may be called MIX-IT while in the game source mode.
AUX(iliary) IN, AUDIO/VIDEO (A/V) IN, EXT 1, – If your game console is switched on, the video
Notes: image will always appear on the TV even though
etc. These channels are often near channel 00
– Philips Sound Agent 2 minimum OS requirement: you are not in the gameport mode.
on your TV. Or, your TV remote control may
Windows 2000 or XP.
have a button or switch that chooses different
– Please refer to the CD-ROM sleeve for detailed
video modes. See your TV manual for details.
installation procedures, OR ‘Software installation’ in
this manual.
Troubleshooting Troubleshooting
WARNING
Problem Solution
Under no circumstances should you try to repair the system yourself, as this will
invalidate the warranty. Do not open the system as there is a risk of electric shock. The remote control does not function Select the source (CD or TUNER, for example) before
properly. pressing the function button (ÉÅ, S , T).
If a fault occurs, first check the points listed below before taking the system for repair. If Reduce the distance between the remote control and
you are unable to remedy a problem by following these hints, consult your dealer or the system.
Philips for help. Replace the battery.
Point the remote control directly toward the IR sensor.
Problem Solution
The timer is not working. Set the clock correctly.
Auto Installation of the Installer CD-ROM did Check that your PC’s Operating System is running on Press TIMER ON/OFF to switch on the timer.
not install the Philips Sound Agent 2 onto my Windows 2000/XP.
PC. The system displays features automatically and Press and hold DEMO STOP on the main unit to switch
buttons start flashing. off the demonstration mode.
When in USB PC LINK mode, “NO Check the connection between your PC and the
CONNECTION” is displayed. system and the inital setup required, see “Connections” “UACB error” and “Audio Set is not Reboot the computer.
and “USB PC Link”. connected/nor filter driver is not loaded”
Make sure the connected PC is turned on. message prompts up on Computer screen in
Windows XP.
I want the minimum effect from the Philips Select the PRESET - Neutral mode.
Sound Agent 2 sound mode when listening to Select the REVERB - No environment mode.
MP3 music streaming via USB PC Link.

If the signal is too weak, adjust the antenna or connect


Radio reception is poor.
an external antenna for better reception.
Increase the distance between the system and your TV
1-12

or VCR.

“NO DISC” is displayed or the disc cannot Insert a disc.


be played. Load in the disc with label facing right.
Replace or clean the disc, see “Care and safety
information”.
Use a finalised CD-R(W) or a correct format disc.

The system does not react when buttons are Remove and reconnect the AC power cord and switch
pressed. on the system again.

Sound cannot be heard or is of poor quality. Adjust the volume.


Disconnect the headphones.
Check that the speakers are connected correctly.
Check that the AC power cord is connected properly.
When in USB PC LINK mode, check that the PC’s
volume is not put into mute.
When playing CD from PC’s CD drive, refer to “USB
PC Link - Enable digital CD audio output“.

Refer to the FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) on the supplied CD-ROM or visit our website
“www.audio.philips.com” for latest update on FAQ. Refer to the FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) on the supplied CD-ROM or visit our website
“www.audio.philips.com” for latest update on FAQ.
2-1 2-1

DISMANTLING INSTRUCTIONS

Dismantling of the 5DTC Module Detaching the Front Panel assembly from the Bottom/Rear assembly

1) Loosen 4 screws to remove the Cover Top (pos 255) by 3) To loosen the Panel Front Display (pos 120), you have to 1) Remove 2 screws B (pos 226) as shown in Figure 5 from 2) Release the fixation of the AF Board (pos1102-A) to
sliding it out towards the rear before lifting up. press in the correct direction and position as shown in the bottom of the Cabinet Front (pos 101). Bracket CDC Right (pos 186) by releasing the 2 catches
- 2 screws on the rear Figure 1 and Figure 2. Once the Panel Front Display is C1 (see Figure 7) and pulling the AF Board outwards as
- 1 screw each on the left & right side loosen, remove it out in the direction as shown in Figure 3. shown in Figure 6.

2) Loosen 3 screws each to remove the Panel Left (pos 253) 4) Loosen 4 screws A (see Figure 4 and Figure 16) to remove 3) Uncatch 2 catches C2 (see Figure 7) on the left & right
and Panel Right (pos 254). The Panels are removed by the 5DTC Module (pos 1105). sides of the Cabinet Front (pos 101) and slides the Front
sliding it towards the rear and outwards. - 2 screws on the front Panel assembly out towards the front.
- 2 screws on the rear - 2 screws on the rear
- 1 screw on the side Note : For information on the 'Emergency opening of the
trays' of the 5DTC Module, refer to Chapter 10
(Page 10-7).

Figure 6 Figure 5

Figure 1 Figure 2

Figure 3 Figure 4

Figure 7
2-2 2-2

DISMANTLING INSTRUCTIONS

Dismantling of the Front Control Board and Front Display Board Dismantling of the Front Control Board and Front Display Board

1) The Knob Volume Rotary (pos 164) can be remove by 3) Loosen 4 screws D (see Figure 11) to remove the Bracket
pulling it out in the direction as shown in Figure 8. PCB Front Display (pos 183) and Front Display Board
(pos 1101-A).
2) The Knob Game Sound Control (pos 176) can be remove
by pulling it out in the direction as shown in Figure 9. 4) Loosen 1 screw E (see Figure 12) to remove the IR Eye Figure 12
Board (pos 1107-H).

5) Loosen 2 screws F (see Figure 12) to remove the ECO


Power Board (pos 1107-E).

6) Loosen 3 screws G (see Figure 12) to remove the


Bracket VU Meter 2 (pos 136) and loosen 2 screws H to
remove the VU Meter Right Board (pos 1107-D) from the
Bracket VU Meter 2.

7) Loosen 3 screws J (see Figure 12) to remove the Bracket


VU Meter 1 (pos 129) and loosen 2 screws K to remove
the VU Meter Left Board (pos 1107-C) from the Bracket
VU Meter 1.
Figure 8
8) Loosen 9 screws M (see Figure 13) and loosen the 2 nuts Figure 13
(see Figure 10) to remove the Front Control Board (pos
1107-A).

9) Loosen 1 screw N (see Figure 13) to remove the


Headphone Board (pos 1107-B).

10) Loosen 3 screws P (see Figure 14) to remove the Game


Port Board (pos 1107-G).

Figure 9

Figure 14

Figure 10 Figure 11
2-3 2-3

DISMANTLING INSTRUCTIONS

Dismantling of the Rear Panel assembly Dismantling of the Rear Panel assembly

1) Loosen 3 screws S and 2 catches C4 (see Figure 16) to 5) Loosen 4 screws W (see Figure 16) and 2 catches C3
remove the Tuner Board assembly. (see Figure 7) to remove the Panel Rear (pos 256) by
sliding it out towards the rear (see Figure 19).
2) Loosen 2 screw T (see Figure 16) to free the AF Board Note : Tuner Board assembly and Mains Socket Board
(pos 1102-A). can also be remove together with the Panel Rear.

3) Loosen 1 screw U (see Figure 16) to remove the Video 6) Loosen 4 screws Z (see Figure 16) and 4 catches C5 (see
Cinch Out Board (pos 1102-B). Figure 17) to remove the Fan (pos 1008).

4) Loosen 1 screw V (see Figure 16) to free the Mains


Socket Board (pos 1106-1001-B).

Figure 17

Figure 18

Repair Hints

1) During repair it is possible to disconnect the ECO6 Tuner Note: The flex cables are very fragile, care should be taken
board and/or 5DTC Module completely unless the fault is not to damage them during repair. After repair, be
suspected to be in that area. This will not affect the very sure that the flex cables are inserted properly
performance of the rest of the set. into the flex sockets before encasing, otherwise faults
may occurs.
Figure 16
2-4 2-4

DISMANTLING INSTRUCTIONS

Service position A Service position B

Service position C
3-1 3-1

SERVICE TEST PROGRAM To start service test program


hold ™ & AUX
depressed while
plugging in the mains cord

S refers to Service Mode


Display shows the
ROM version V refers to Version
"S-Vyy"
(Main menu) yy refers to Software version number of the uProcessor
(counting up from 01 to 99)

TUNER QUARTZ DISPLAY ADC


TEST TEST TEST TEST
TUNER N O N
VAC N PLAY N
Button pressed? Button pressed? Button pressed? Button pressed?

Y Y Y Y

Display Tuner Version Display shows


"ccc" Display shows Figure 1 Display shows "ADC1 Value"
32K
Output at (Front Display Board) and switch all LEDs on for ADC1
pin 19 of uP = 2048Hz (except ECO POWER LED), with (Input Line - IoSA2)
full deflection on VU meter Right
& 1/3 deflection on VU meter Left.
TUNER N
Button pressed?
O N
PLAY N
Y Button pressed? Button pressed?
VAC N
Figure 1 Button pressed?
Service frequencies are
copied to the RAM (see Table 1) Y Y
Tuner works normally except:
Y
PROGRAM button Display shows
12M Display shows "ADC2 Value"
Output at (Front Display Board) for ADC2
pin 19 of uP = 2,929.6875Hz Display shows Figure 2
and switch alternate LEDs on (Input Line - IoSA1)
(see Table 2), with
N 1/3 deflection on VU meter Right
Disconnect
Mains cord ? & full deflection on VU meter Left.
9 N N
Button pressed? PLAY
Y Button pressed?

VAC N
Y
Service Mode left Button pressed? Y

Y Display shows "ADC3 Value"


for ADC3
(Input Line - IoAmNTC)
Figure 2 No Display shows
and switch all LEDs off, with
2/3 deflection on VU meter Right
& 2/3 deflection on VU meter Left.
9 N
Europe USA Oversea LEDs FW-C579 FW-C777 Button pressed?
"USA" FW-C557 FW-C577
PRESET "EUR" "OSE" FW-M589 FW-M777

1 87.5MHz 87.5MHz 87.5MHz CD - - - OFF 9 N


Y
Button pressed?
2 108MHz 108MHz 108MHz TUNER - - - ON

530kHz Y ADC Test is used for checking the


3 531kHz 531/530kHz* AUX / GAME - - - OFF
ADC inputs to the microprocessor.
4 1602kHz 1700kHz 1602/1700kHz* USB PC LINK - - - OFF
The display shows an ADC value
- ON ON ON between 0 and 255 for an input
5 558kHz 560kHz 558/560kHz* DISC 1 signal between 0 and 5V.
1500kHz - OFF OFF OFF Various
6 1494kHz 1494/1500kHz* DISC 2 other Tests
7 153kHz 98MHz 87.5/98MHz* DISC 3 - ON ON ON

8 279kHz 87.5MHz 87.5MHz DISC 4 - OFF OFF OFF TEST Activated with ACTION
9 198kHz 87.5MHz 87.5MHz DISC 5 - ON ON ON
EEPROM TEST R A test pattern will be sent to the EEPROM.
10 98MHz 87.5MHz 87.5MHz ^^ MAX 1 (WOOX 1) OFF OFF OFF OFF "PASS" is displayed if the uProcessor read back the test pattern
9 to Exit correctly, otherwise "FAIL" will be displayed.
11 87.5MHz 87.5MHz 98/87.5MHz* ^^ MAX 2 (WOOX 2) ON ON ON ON EEPROM FORMAT Q Load default data. Display shows "NEW" for 1 second.
TEST Caution! All presets from the customer will be lost!!
Table 1 ^^ MAX 3 (WOOX 3) OFF OFF OFF OFF
DEMO TOGGLE ^^ MAX (WOOX 2) Pressing this button will toggle between DEMO ON and DEMO
SPEED ON ON ON ON OFF. The DEMO status will scroll once across the Display.
Note:
* Depending on the selected grid frequency (9 or 10kHz). PUNCH OFF OFF OFF OFF ROTARY Rotary Volume Display shows value for 2 seconds.
By holding the TUNER and R buttons depressed while switching ENCODER TEST Knob Values increases or decreases until Volume Maximum (VOL
on the Mains supply, the tuning grid frequency is toggled between BLAST OFF OFF OFF OFF MAX) or Volume Minimum (VOL MIN) is reached.
9kHz and 10kHz for the Oversea (/21) version. MICRONAS USB PC LINK To read out the Firmware Version of IC UAC3553 on the USB
USB Indicator - OFF OFF OFF FIRMWARE PC LINK Board.
VERSION 9 to Exit Display shows "Vxxxx" (xxxx = Firmware Version number).
Table 2
^^ MAX - FW-C557, FW-C577, FW-C579, FW-M567, FW-M589 LEAVE SERVICE Disconnect
TEST PROGRAM mains cord
WOOX - FW-C777, FW-M777
Mini 2003_FW-C/M 5xx/7xx_Service Test Program (dd wk0306)
3-2 3-2

SERVICE TEST PROGRAM To start service test program


hold ™ & AUX
depressed while
plugging in the mains cord

S refers to Service Mode


Display shows the
ROM version V refers to Version
"S-Vyy"
(Main menu) yy refers to Software version number of the uProcessor
(counting up from 01 to 99)

5DTC CONTROL & SERVICE PLAY MODE GAME PORT


MP3 CD MODULE (For non MP3 set only) TEST
N TEST
CD STANDBY ON N GAME N
Button pressed?
(For MP3 set only) Button pressed? Button pressed?

Y Y Y

Note : Disc should be available on the tray before entering the Service Test Mode.

MESSAGE Set is in Service PLAY Mode Display shows "GAME PORT"


STEP DISPLAY ACTION
OKAY ERROR

1 5DTC-Vnn - 5DTC-ER Version of the 5DTC control software (nn = Version Number).
CD N
MIX-IT N
Button pressed?
2 MP3CD’02 - - Indicates the module used. Button pressed?

Y
** Choose **3 TI-Vnn - - Version of the MPEG software (nn = Version Number). Y
level Display shows "5DTC-Vnn" -
by pressing Version of 5DTC control software
**4 TI BUS BUS OK BUS ER Communication test between the Main uP and CD Module (nn = Version Number).
Q DTC works as in normal operation. STEP DISPLAY ACTION
In case of failures, error (SCROLL ONCE)
**5 TI SLD I - - CD SLEDGE MOTOR is moved in. codes according to Table 3A and
Table 3B will be displayed.
Choose desired 1 MIX-CD Select CD as background sound source. Press PLAY to play the track.
**6 TI SLD O - - CD SLEDGE MOTOR is moved out. The Service Play Mode is intended background source
to detect and identify the failures by pressing button
2 MIX-TU Select TUNER as background sound source.
in the CD Mode.
**7 TI FOC FOC OK FOC ER FOCUS SERVO Test. " MIX-IT "
R
In this mode the DTC works as in
3 MIX-USB Select PC-LINK (for set with PC-LINK) as background sound source.
normal operation. The electronics
will still function even when an error Press PLAY to play the track.
Press 9 to exit
is detected so that repair activities
can be carried out. 4 MIX-AUX Select AUX as background sound source.

5 MIX-OFF No mixing.

Disconnect mains cord to exit

Error code Error Description Error code Error Description

E1000 Focus Error E1006 Subcode Error


Triggered when the focus cannot be found within a certain time when starting up the CD, or if the focus Triggered when a new subcode was missing for a certain time during playing of CD.
is lost for more than a certain time during playing of CD.
E1007 PLL Error
The Phase Lock Loop could not lock within a certain time.
E1001 Radial Error
Triggered when the radial servo is off-track for a certain time during playing of CD.
E1008 Turntable Motor Error
Generated when the CD could not reached 75% of speed during start-up within a certain time. Disc
E1002 Sledge In Error motor problem.
The sledge did not reach its inner position (inner-switch is still close) before approximately 6 seconds
have passed by. Inner-switch or sledge motor problem. E1020 Focus Search Error
The focus point has not been found within a certain time.
E1003 Sledge Out Error
The sledge did not come out of its inner position (inner-switch is still open) before approximately 250ms E1061 The tray could not enter the inside position and is opening again. This can happen if the tray is blocked
have passed by. Inner-switch or sledge motor problem. such that it cannot go fully inside, or if the 5DTC control module is defective and never closes.

E1079 The tray could not reach the outside position and is stopped at its blocked position. This can happen if
E1005 Jump Error
the tray is blocked such that it cannot go fully outside, or if the 5DTC control module is defective and
Triggered in normal play when the jump destination could not be found within a certain time.
never opens.

Table 3A Table 3B

Mini 2003_FW-C/M 5xx/7xx_Service Test Program (dd wk0306)


4-1 4-1

SET BLOCK DIAGRAM

-VKK NOTE :
GAME -CMOS -CMOS
PORT REG. -9V MAIN SIGNAL PATH

GAME 310mV MEASUREMENTS ARE IN AUX MODE :


A
XX mV LEVELS AT MAX VOL
YY dBA S/N AT 500mW
A Game LOW_PW_SPLY
+5V ZZ dB HEADROOM (1% THD) WRT TO LEVEL AT MAX VOL
+5V6
REG. CON
Attn +12V_A
AUX 640mV -8.5 dB MIC A
A
A
+9V1
250mV
5DTC REG.
Mute_SW
A Mute_SW_FR
1.90V
M A
67dBA
D D DIG A
3dB

125mV 200mV 2.50V


TUNER HEF DPL/ Audio 85dBA
76dBA H/P Amp
4052 16dB 3dB
IS Signal
A Interface Proc. 650mV
78dBA
VREF A 3.2dB
125mV
PC-LINK -Vkk Mute
H/P
Mute1 CCT
A A D
A
A A

SA_OUT S/W OUT


FIS or SUBWOOFER H/P
SIS Filter CCT
2.1V CCT A 0.8V
A -Vkk 86dBA
Line Out Mute From other
CCT 3.5dBA
Mute2 A Chan. Mute_SW_FR
From other 500mV A UCD
Chan. A A 8

(Blue Strip)
(wOOx)
(BassTreble)

LPS
-ECO

Supply
4-2 4-2

SET WIRING DIAGRAM

T135
T136
VU Meter
Left
( 1107 ) 1894 AF12
8401 Game port 1894 HR 2P/400/2P OE 0021 ( 1102 )

SUBWOOFER

DIGITAL OUT
HR 2p/100/2p OE 1604 VIDEO OUT
HR 03p/80/03p OE ( 1107 ) 1 (37201) 1 1803
(37131) CVBS (CVBS)

LINE OUT
CVBS
(37251) GND_D

AUX IN
GND_D

COAX
1811 1

OUT
Key_0 GM_LEFT 1893
GND-B FRONT GND_A 1
CONTROL/KEYS 1872 CVBS
FRONT FRONT GM_RIGHT
GM_LEFT
1857 1871
VU Meter CDC KEYS ( 1107 ) 1604
GND_A L
GM_RIGHT 8809
Left ( 1101 ) 1
1602 1870 R SMF 1P/280/1P STO-8

FFC FOIL 07P/220/07P AD


GM_L
( 1107 ) GND_A
1 1501 1504 1691 1801 (02621)

LEDShClk

LEDShStr

USB_LIT
ShData1
VUmeter

DTC1Lit
DTC2Lit
DTC3Lit
DTC4Lit
DTC5Lit
+12V
GND_D
GND_D

GND-B

GND-B

GND-B
Key_0

Vol_A
Vol_B
+5V6

8407
GM_R

FFC BD 8p 220
(34921)
Key2
Key1
+5V6

GND
LS SL/SR
EN22
EN11 1201

( 34480)
1

8201
A22 1
A11 AMP_LEFT
1 8 1 1 1
1810 1850 1 10 1603 LEFT_REF
1600 1602 1405 1403 1401 AMP_RIGHT
1810 1603 1 RIGHT_REF

08EH/08EH 180 4+4BK 26S


NTC
HR 03P/120/3P OE HR 2p/100/2p OE 1301 (SE) 1302
8403 (37131) GND_D_I2C AMP_ON MATRIX SURR
(37271) HR 2p/280/02p OE 4
8405 I2C_DATA ERROR_DET 4 POWER
8404 (37181) (BTL) 1304 (BTL) 1303
I2CCLOCK FREQ/MODE SEL TRANSFORMER
FFC AD 10p 120

( 39151)
FFC AD 08p 280 Fold C 7
GND_D

8701
(102511) (35281)
+5V6_CON 1 4 1 5
1401 1850 +12V_M 8702 1
1404 1403 1402 1 USB 1
1405 1 8 1 10 +5V6 (38671)
NTC LED HR 04P/180/04P HR 26OS BK
1 -Vkk
GND_D GND_D_I2C 25
( 1107 ) F1 1 1110
I2C_DATA 1
GND-B
Key_0

GND

AMP_LEFT
Key1

Vol_B
ShData1
+5V6

LEDShClk
GND-B

LEDShStr
Key2

Vol_A SPK_GND MAINS BOARD


DTC1Lit
DTC2Lit
DTC3Lit
DTC4Lit
DTC5Lit
GND_D

F2 1
GND-B

I2CCLOCK REF
Key_0

SPK_GND
GND_D CDRAB CD_SH_DATA 1204 1202 1115 0706
TRAY_IRQ CD_SH_CLK AMP_RIGHT OUT_CHANNEL 1
1 (BTL)

HR 10P/340/10P HR 26OS BK
+5V6_CON +12V_A N.C OUT_CHANNEL 1 1 1
TRAY_I2C_SCL CD_SH_STR +V NTC
+12V_M 8408 GND_A AMP_ON OUT_CHANNEL 2
+5V6 GND_D_CD GND_D_CD +V LOWER POWER CTRL
-Vkk FFC AD 19p 280
16
TRAY_I2C_SDA SW_INFO +12V_M
GND_M
ERROR_DET
FREQ/MODE SEL
UCD OUT_CHANNEL 2
SPK_GND
+V PWR_DN
(102491) CDPORE SICL 7 SE SUPPLY_GND 5V6_ECO
F1 +5V6 1201 (BTLM) SPK_GND
1406 FRONT CDSILD SILD 8 SUPPLY_GND GND_D
F2 GND_D 1
1 GND_D 19 CDSICL DSA_STB / GND_D REF 1 SUPPLY_GND F1
DISPLAY/u-P CDRAB +5V_VCD +V

SUPPLY_GND
SUPPLY_GND
SUPPLY_GND
TRAY_IRQ UP_CLK AMP_RIGHT -V F2
( 1101 ) GND_D +V
TRAY_I2C_SCL DQSY N.C -V -VKK
VCD_ON SUPPLY_GND 8
SRDT -V
TU_STEREO

AMP_ON
uAC_READY

GND_D_CD SUPPLY_GND
GND_D ERROR_DET NTC 1701
TRAY_I2C_SDA
+5v6_CON

IIC_SUSP
IIC_DATA

-V

NTC
uAC_IRQ

1402 10
IIC_CLK

CDPORE 1 FREQ/MODE SEL

+V
+V
+V

-V
-V
-V
6 -V 1700
6
+5V6

GND

CDSILD TU_STEREO 1202

(39381)
N.C

1105
+F

8302
1407 1409 CDSICL 19 TU_CLK
TU_DATA
TU_ENAB
AF12 1100 1
8301
8

GND_A_TU HR 05P/180/05P HR 26OS BK 08EH/08EH 180 4+4 BK 26S


1 5 1 8 1 10 ( 1102 ) (32561)
HR 03p/180/3p OE

1408 1400 SA_LEFT ( 38801) 8703


1203 1 8
FFC AD 5p 180

SA_RIGHT 1 1201
8413 NTC 0051
PWR_DN AMP_LEFT

FAN_NTC
1

OV_PRO
LOWER POWER CTRL

SEC_2V
L_PWR_CTRL LEFT_REF

GND_M

GND_D
GND_D
(102501)

SEC_V
SEV_V
(37291)

8412 FFC AD 10p 340 PWR_DN 1120


Fold C

1860 10 GND AMP_RIGHT


1830

8410

FFC AD 08p 140 (35401) LPS (BTL)


HR 3p/280/3p OE RIGHT_REF
(37311) (35031) 1531 GND_D AMP_ON
REGULATOR BOARD

+5V6_VCD
1 F1
USB_OUT_L ERROR_DET

VCD_ON

+12V_M
GND_M

+12V_A
GND_D

GND_D

GND_A
USB_OUT_R F2 FREQ/MODE SEL

+FAN
UCD

+5V6

GND
1830 1 1 GND_A -VKK
1 8
1 USB_L_IN GND_D 1 (BTLS)
1706 1701 LEFT_REF
26 8415 +12V_A 1 1
+5V6
VUmeter
GND_D

1880 1 AMP_RIGHT +V 1
9
VS

Gnd
Out

USB_OUT_L
uAC_READY

IIC_SUSP
uAC_IRQ

IIC_DATA
GND

USB_R_IN
N.C
IIC_CLK
+F

1500
GND_B
+L
+5V6

GND

1520 +V
Key_1

RIGHT_REF 1502
USB_OUT_R FFC AD 07p 280 N.C
(34601) 7 1 AMP_ON SUPPLY_GND
GND_A TU_LEFT
ERROR_DET SUPPLY_GND
USB_L GND_A
FREQ/MODE SEL -V
FRONT +12V_A 15211522 1523 TU_RIGHT 6
ECO 1 -V FAN
VU Meter Stdby IR Receiver USB_R CD_Left
+12V_A 1202
1525 TU_ENAB 1105 MOTOR
Right ( 1107 ) ( 1107 ) USB PC LINK
N.C GND_A_CD
1 CD_Right TU_DATA (38921)
( 1107 ) ( 1104 ) TU_CLK 06EH/06EH 220 6 BK
+5V_CD
TU_STEREO 8 8202
GND_M
1831 +12V_M 8203
8416 TRAY_I2C_SDA SW_INFO 1603
FFC FOIL 08P/280/08P AD
HR 2P/100/2P OE TRAY_I2C_SCL CD_SH_STR HP_LEFT 1 (3140 110 22501)
VU Meter (37131) TRAY_IRQ CD_SH_CLK 8501
GND_A
Right 8901 CDPORE SICL H/P
T150
T151

HP_RIGHT
( 1107 ) SRA 1P/180/1P STO-8 CDRAB CD_SH_DATA FFC BD 04p 180
HP_DET 4
(102631) 9 CDSILD SILD (33941)
GND_D_CD GND_D_CD 1 TUNER
1503 4
1 1 23 CDSICL CDPORE 1841 ECO6
1840 1
GND_D_CD GND_D_CD +12V_A 1
CD_Left 15 ( 1103 )
COAX1 MIC TU_LEFT

GND_A
HP_RIGHT
HP_DET
HP_LEFT
GND_A_CD
5DTC MP3 CD_Right COAX2 GND_A GND_A_TU
8417 SHIELD 4
( 1105 ) +5V_CD MIC_DET 8601 TU_RIGHT
FFC AD 15p 280 GND_D_COAX +12V_A
GND_M (36151) 19
+A +A +11V_M SRDT 8902 8903 FFC AD 08p 180 (15) TU_ENAB
TRAY_I2C_SDA TRAY_I2C_SDA DQSY (102481) TU_DATA
SW_INFO
SMF 1P/090/1P STO-8 ( 1107 ) SMF 1P/180/1P STO-8
TRAY_I2C_SCL TRAY_I2C_SCL uP_CLK TU_CLK
CD_SH_STR (35531) (02641)
TRAY_IRQ TRAY_IRQ CD_SH_CLK GND_D_CDTEXT 1604 FRONT TU_STEREO
23
CD_PORE CD_PORE SICL 1120
HEADPHONE
uP_FRAME CD_RAB CD_SH_DATA
uP_CLK CD_SILD Power Booster Out
SILD
GND_D_CD GND_D_CD GND_D_CD
uP_DATA CD_SICL CD_PORE
LEGEND GND_D_CD
TI 5DTC Power Booster In
COAX1 15
FFC TOP ENTRY COAX2 1824 1824
FFC SIDE ENTRY SHIELD
EH TOP ENTRY GND_D_COAX
EH SIDE ENTRY SRDT
DIPMATE DQSY
SPARE uP_CLK
PAD W HOLES GND_D_CDTEXT
P PROVISION
1805
1 Power Booster Module
FOR FW-M799

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5-1 5-1

HEADPHONE BOARD - COMPONENT HEADPHONE BOARD - CHIP LAYOUT


LAYOUT

This assembly drawing shows a summary of all possible versions. For components This assembly drawing shows a summary of all possible versions. For components
used in a specific version see schematic diagram and respective parts list. used in a specific version see schematic diagram and respective parts list.

FRONT CONTROL BOARD 3139 113 3513 pt4 dd wk0310 3139 113 3513 pt4 dd wk0310

HEADPHONE BOARD - CIRCUIT DIAGRAM

1840 C1 1841 B3 1842 A3 2841 A2 2843 A2 2844 A3 5840 B2 5841 B2 5842 A3 9840 A3

1 2 3
TABLE OF CONTENTS
HEADPHONE
# 9840
Headphone part - Layout & Circuit diagram .................... 5-1 5842
2841
Control part - Component Layout .................................... 5-2
22n 2u2
Control part - Chip Layout ............................................... 5-3
Control part - Circuit diagram .......................................... 5-4
A HP A
ECO Power part - Layout & Circuit diagram ................... 5-5 2843 2844 1842

Game Port part - Layout & Circuit diagram ..................... 5-5 22n 100n 1 RT-01T

VU Meter (Left) part - Layout & Circuit diagram ............. 5-6


VU Meter Housing (Left) part - Layout & Circuit ............. 5-6 9

VU Meter (Right) part - Layout & Circuit diagram ........... 5-7 7


VU Meter Housing (Right) part - Layout & Circuit ........... 5-7 8
IR Eye part - Layout & Circuit diagram ........................... 5-8 4 1

5840

5841
USB LED part - Layout & Circuit diagram ....................... 5-8 B B

2u2

2u2
5 2
Electrical parts list ............................................................ 5-9
6 3
1841
TC38
To AF11 Board
1840 HP
1
HP_DET
2
HP_RIGHT

C HP_GND
3
C
4 # : Provision
HP_LEFT
Note : Some values may varies, see respective
FE-BT-VK-N parts list for correct value.
HP

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5-2 5-2

CONTROL BOARD - COMPONENT LAYOUT

This assembly drawing shows a summary of all possible versions. For components used in a specific version see schematic diagram and respective parts list. 3139 113 3513 pt4 dd wk0310
5-3 5-3

CONTROL BOARD - CHIP LAYOUT

This assembly drawing shows a summary of all possible versions. For components used in a specific version see schematic diagram and respective parts list. 3139 113 3513 pt4 dd wk0310
5-4 5-4

CONTROL BOARD - CIRCUIT DIAGRAM

1600 H1 3698 E12


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 1602 A1 3699 E11
1603 F12 3701 F11
1604 B8 3702 G12
CONTROL +12V_A_B +5V6
1650 F2
1651 E6
3703 G12
3704 G12

100n

2648
7620 # 2640 1652 E2 3705 G11
1602

7
3651 2612 3685 1653 E3 3706 H11
1 3660 8 TDA8579T
220n 1654 F3 3708 F5
A GND_A
A

820p

2637
1K 1u 2K2 VCC 2642
2 8 6 INL+ 1 1655 F2 3709 D1
GND_A 1656 F3 3710 H11
3 2645 7 OUTL 220n
+12V_A BC817-25 BC817-25 1 1657 F3 3711 H11
7608 7607 2 HR
4 2u2 50V VCC 1658 F2 3712 H11
3

3628
1659 F2 4600 H3

3629

1K
3

1K
2647 SVRR 2644 VOL_A
5 4 IN- 2 1660 F5 5601 G8

3661

3662
9 5

10K

10K
GND_A GND_A 2 1661 F4 5602 H3
GND_A 6 EN11 GND_A GND_A 47u 35V 35V 22u VOL_B

100R

3638
EN22 2646 1662 E4 6620 G12
6 OUTR

20K
1
7 A22 1664 F5 6621 G12

3
1604 1691

4
2u2 50V INR+ 3 2643 1666 F5 6622 G12
A11 3652 2614 3686
EC12
8 EWCY8AF20A24 GND_A A B 1669 E4 6623 H12
220n
B 1K 1u 2K2
GND
# 2641 B 1672 F6 6624 H12

820p

2638
FE-ST-VK-N 5 1673 F5 6625 H12
C
GND_A 220n 1674 F5 6626 E12

2621

2622
BC817-25 BC817-25

10n

10n
7610 7609 1675 F4 6627 E12

2
1691 B11 6628 E12

3683
3684
1692 E5 6629 E11

1K
1K
2611 D6 6631 H12
Gnd Gnd Gnd
2612 A2 6632 H12
GND_A GND_A 2614 B2 6633 H12
2615 H3 7601 G10
2616 D9 7602 D1
+5V6
2617 G9 7603 D2
C +5V6
C 2620 C8 7604 D4
2621 B12 7605 D5
2622 B12 7606 D10

3689
2623 E7 7607 A3

4K7
+12V_A_B
2624 F7 7608 A3

2620
3647

10u
+12V_A 7650 2625 D10 7609 B3
BC847B

22u 16V
470R 2626 D11 7610 B3

2611

2625

100n

2626

100n
3690 2627 D9 7620 A7
3709

3657

3658

3659
4K7

4K7

4K7

4K7
10K 2628 G10 7650 C8
EN22 EN11 A22 A11
GND_A 2629 G11

3691

3692

2627
10K

10K
2630 I9

1n
2616 2631 H9
D 7602
BC847B
3653

47K
EN2 7603
BC847B
E 3637

47K
N1 7604
BC847B
3655

47K
A2 7605
BC847B
3656

47K
A1 7606
74HC4094D
Gnd Gnd
D 2632 H9
1n 16 2633 D2
Gnd
100p

2633

100p

2634

100p

2635

100p

2636
SRG8 2634 D3
Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd 15 EN1 2635 D4
GND_A GND_A GND_A GND_A GND_A GND_A GND_A GND_A 1 2636 D5
STB 2637 A4
3 2638 B4
NOT FOR ALL VERSION
2640 A7
+5V6
2641 B7
2 4 CD 6626 3696 470R 2642 A7
D 1 2643 B7
E 5 TUNER 6627 3697 470R
E 2644 A7
2645 A6
6 PC_LINK 6628 3698 470R
KEY1 KEY1 3663 3664 3665 3666 3667 3668 3669 3670 3671 3672 2646 B6
7 3699 470R 6629 2647 A6
150R 220R 270R 390R 560R 820R 1K2 1K8 2K7 4K7 AUX
2648 A6

GAME SOUND
WOOX2/MAX
PC LINK/GAME

1692 14
1664
1652

1653

1669

1651
1655

1654

1666

2623

100p
1662

3628 A4
AUX/GAME

WOOX1

WOOX3
MIX IT

3629 A3
TUNER

PLAY
13 3701 270R
Gnd
CD

3630 H11
12 EN2 3636 H3
1603 3637 D3
EN1 Gnd HR
GND_B GND_B GND_B GND_B GND_B GND_B GND_B GND_B GND_B GND_B GND_B 11 1 3638 B8
USB LED 3647 C6
F 9 2
F 3651 A2
KEY2 KEY2 3674 3675 3676 3677 3678 3679 3680 3708 3681 3682 3652 B2
10
3653 D2
150R 220R 270R 390R 560R 820R 1K2 1K8 2K7 4K7
3655 D4
DIM/RDS/NEWS
1657

1660
1650

1659

1658

1656

1675

1661

1674

1673

1672

2624

100p
3656 D5
CLK/TIMER
IS/DBB
S_back

PROG

3657 D2
S_fwd
NEXT

STOP
PREV

VEC
DSC

Gnd +5V6 3658 D4


3659 D5
7601
3660 A5
74HC4094D 16
GND_B GND_B GND_B GND_B GND_B GND_B GND_B GND_B GND_B GND_B GND_B GND_B 2617 3661 B12
+5V6

2628

100n

2629

100n
SRG8 3662 B12
15
1n EN1 6621 3702 3663 E2
G 5601 Gnd 1
180R GAME_SOUND_2 G 3664 E2
2u2
STB 6622 3703 180R 3665 E3
GAME_SOUND_1
3 3666 E3
Gnd Gnd 6620 3704 180R GAME_SOUND_3 3667 E4
From Front Display Board
3668 E4
FE-ST-VK-N 1600 2 4 3705 220R 3669 E4
6623
1 D 1 WOOX_1
3710 220R
3670 E5
5 6631

3695

2632

220p
10K
2
MAX 3671 E5
6 3630 220R
6624 3672 E6

2631

220p
3 GND_B 4600 5602 WOOX_2 3674 F2
+5V6 3711 220R
2u2 7 6632 3675 F2
100u 16V

MAX
H 4 3636
H
2615

3706 220R
3676 F3
470R
14 6625 WOOX_3 3677 F3
5 Gnd
13 3712
6633 3678 F4
Gnd Gnd LEDShClk MAX 3679 F4
6 Gnd
A2 220R
12 3680 F4
7 ShData Gnd 3681 F5
11 A1
8 LEDShStr
3682 F6

2630
3683 B4

1n
9
9 VOL_A 3684 B3
10 3685 A3
VOL_B
10 3686 B3
3689 C8
I Gnd
8 I 3690 D8
Gnd 3691 D8
3692 D9
3695 H8
# : Provision 3696 E12
Note : Some values may varies, see respective parts list for correct value. 3139 118 56720...8239_210_94754 for 3513 pt4 dd wk0310 3697 E12

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

ECO POWER BOARD - COMPONENT ECO POWER BOARD - CHIP LAYOUT GAME PORT BOARD - COMPONENT GAME PORT BOARD - CHIP LAYOUT
LAYOUT LAYOUT

This assembly drawing shows a summary of all possible versions. This assembly drawing shows a summary of all possible versions.
This assembly drawing shows a summary of all possible versions. For components This assembly drawing shows a summary of all possible versions. For components For components used in a specific version see schematic diagram For components used in a specific version see schematic diagram
used in a specific version see schematic diagram and respective parts list. used in a specific version see schematic diagram and respective parts list. and respective parts list. and respective parts list.

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ECO POWER BOARD - CIRCUIT DIAGRAM

1880 A1 1881 B2 2880 A2 3880 B2 3881 A3 6880 A2 6881 B2 7880 B3 3139 113 3513 pt4 dd wk0310 3139 113 3513 pt4 dd wk0310

1 2 3
GAME PORT BOARD - CIRCUIT DIAGRAM
ECO POWER
1890 A3 1892 B3 1894 C1 2890 C4 2892 B3 2895 A3 2897 B4 3891 A2 3893 B3
1891 B4 1893 A1 1897 A4 2891 B2 2894 A2 2896 B4 3890 A2 3892 A3

1 2 3 4
FE-ST-VK-N GAME PORT
1880
1
A +5V6
A 1890
+L
2 A EH-S 1893 2
YKC21-3826 A
1 3891 3892
3
1N4148

Gnd_supply 10K 1K2


820R
6880

3881

2894

680p

2895

470p
2 1
4u7

1897
2880

4 3 3890
Key0 3 1 RT-01T
10K
5 1891
Gnd_key
1881

100p
2896

100p
2897
2
BC857B 1
7880 3893 3
B 1K2 B

2891

680p

2892

470p
YKC21-4503N
6881
3880

B B
47K

1892
YKC21-3564
2

220n
2890
2
1
1
3
HR 1894

C GND_video
C

Note : Some values may varies, see respective parts list for correct value. 3139 118 56720...8239_210_94794 for 3513 pt4 dd wk0310
Note : Some values may varies, see respective parts list for correct value. 3139 118 56720...8239_210_94824 for 3513 pt4 dd wk0310

1 2 3 1 2 3 4
5-6 5-6

VU METER (LEFT) BOARD - COMPONENT LAYOUT VU METER (LEFT) BOARD - CIRCUIT DIAGRAM

1810 C1 2811 D3 2814 D3 3813 D3 3816 B3 3819 B2 3822 A3 6812 A3 6815 D3 7812 B3
1811 D4 2812 C2 3811 C2 3814 D3 3817 B2 3820 B3 3823 A4 6813 A3 7810 C2 7813 B4
2810 D2 2813 A2 3812 D2 3815 C2 3818 B3 3821 A3 3824 A2 6814 A4 7811 A2 7814 B4

1 2 3 4
This assembly drawing shows a summary of all possible versions. For VU METER (LEFT)
components used in a specific version see schematic diagram and respective +5V6

parts list.

47u 16V
2813

330R

330R

330R
3821

3822

3823
A Gnd
A

6812

6813

6814
3824 7811
Vu_cntl
BC847B
220R

3820 7812
BC847B

470R
1K2

3819
7813
3818 Gnd
BC847B
B B

470R
3817
4K7

7814
3816 Gnd
BC847B
1K2

4u7 35V

470R
3815
2812
Gnd
Gnd Gnd

C To Front Display Board +5V6 C


1810 HR
1
3139 113 3513 pt4 dd wk0310 7810
2 VUMeter 3811 BC847B To VU Meter Housing (Left) Board
Vu_cntl
3 4K7 1811
3813 3814 1
+5V6
2810 1K 8K2 2
100p

1N4148
4u7 25V

4u7 25V
100K
3812

6815
2811

2814
VU METER (LEFT) BOARD - CHIP LAYOUT D EH-S
D

Note : Some values may varies, see respective parts list for correct value. 3139 118 56720...8239_210_94814 for 3513 pt4 dd wk0310

1 2 3 4
This assembly drawing shows a summary of all possible versions. For
components used in a specific version see schematic diagram and respective
parts list.
VU METER HOUSING (LEFT) BOARD - COMPONENT LAYOUT & CIRCUIT DIAGRAM
5900 A2

1 2
VU METER HOUSING (LEFT)

To VU Meter (Left) Board

5900
A P-66SI A
1 2
Vu_Gnd Vu_signal

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1 2
5-7 5-7

VU METER (RIGHT) BOARD - COMPONENT LAYOUT VU METER (RIGHT) BOARD - CIRCUIT DIAGRAM

1830 C1 2831 D3 2834 D3 3833 D3 3836 B3 3839 B2 3842 A3 6830 A3 6835 D3 7832 B3
1831 D4 2832 C2 3831 C2 3834 D3 3837 B2 3840 B2 3843 A4 6831 A3 7830 C3 7833 B3
2830 D2 2833 A2 3832 D2 3835 C2 3838 B2 3841 A3 3844 A2 6832 A4 7831 A2 7834 B4

1 2 3 4
This assembly drawing shows a summary of all possible versions. For VU METER (RIGHT)
components used in a specific version see schematic diagram and respective +5V6

parts list.

47u 16V
2833

330R

330R

330R
3841

3842

3843
A A
Gnd

6830

6831

6832
3844 7831
Vu_cntl
BC847B
220R

3840 7832
BC847B

470R
1K2

3839
7833
3838 Gnd
B BC847B B

470R
3837
4K7

7834
3836 Gnd
BC847B
1K2

4u7 35V

470R
3835
2832
Gnd
Gnd Gnd
C To Front Display Board +5V6 C
1830 HR
1
3139 113 3513 pt4 dd wk0310 7830
2 VUMeter 3831 BC847B To VU Meter Housing (Right) Board
Vu_cntl
3 4K7 1831
3833 3834 1
+5V6
2830 1K 8K2 2
100p

4u7 25V
100K
3832

2831

6835
VU METER (RIGHT) BOARD - CHIP LAYOUT

2834
4u7

1N4148
D EH-S D

Note : Some values may varies, see respective parts list for correct value. 3139 118 56720...8239_210_94844 for 3513 pt4 dd wk0310

1 2 3 4
This assembly drawing shows a summary of all possible versions. For
components used in a specific version see schematic diagram and respective
parts list.

VU METER HOUSING (RIGHT) BOARD - COMPONENT LAYOUT & CIRCUIT DIAGRAM

5901 A2

1 2
VU METER HOUSING (RIGHT)

To VU Meter (Right) Board

5901
P-66SI
A A
1 2
Vu_Gnd Vu_signal

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3139 113 3513 pt4 dd wk0310
1 2
5-8 5-8

IR EYE BOARD - COMPONENT LAYOUT IR EYE BOARD - CHIP LAYOUT USB LED BOARD - COMPONENT LAYOUT USB LED BOARD - CHIP LAYOUT

This assembly drawing shows a summary of all possible versions. For components This assembly drawing shows a summary of all possible versions. For components
used in a specific version see schematic diagram and respective parts list. used in a specific version see schematic diagram and respective parts list. This assembly drawing shows a summary of all This assembly drawing shows a summary of all
possible versions. For components used in a possible versions. For components used in a
specific version see schematic diagram and specific version see schematic diagram and
respective respective
parts list. parts list.

3139 113 3513 pt4 dd wk0310 3139 113 3513 pt4 dd wk0310

IR EYE BOARD - CIRCUIT DIAGRAM


3139 113 3513 pt4 dd wk0310 3139 113 3513 pt4 dd wk0310

1860 A1 2860 A2 2861 B2 2862 A2 3860 A2 3861 B2 3862 A2 7800 A3

1 2 3
USB LED BOARD - CIRCUIT DIAGRAM
IR EYE
1850 A1 3850 B1 6850 B2

1 2
1860
A 1 100R A USB LED
2 3860
2862

2860
47n

47u

3
3862
10K

7800

EH-B Gnd Gnd


TSOP4836ZC1 A A
Gnd VS

OUT
1K
3861 GND 1850
2
B B
2861

1
2n2

GND LTL-8166FTNN
2 3850

820R
EH-B 6850
Gnd Gnd

B B
Note : Some values may varies, see respective
parts list for correct value. 3139 118 56720...8239_210_94774 for 3513 pt4 dd wk0310

1 2 3 Note : Some values may varies, see respective


parts list for correct value. 3139 118 56720...8239_210_94784 for 3513 pt4 dd wk0310

1 2
5-9 5-9

ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST - FRONT CONTROL BOARD ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST - FRONT CONTROL BOARD

MISCELLANEOUS
1600 4822 265 11208 Flex Connector 10P 2633 2020 552 94427 100pF 5% 50V 3658 4822 051 30472 4k7 5% 0,062W 3817 4822 116 83883 470R 5% 0,5W
1602 4822 265 11535 Flex Connector 8P 2634 2020 552 94427 100pF 5% 50V 3659 4822 051 30472 4k7 5% 0,062W 3818 4822 116 52283 4k7 5% 0,5W
1650 4822 276 13775 Tact Switch 2635 2020 552 94427 100pF 5% 50V 3660 4822 101 11904 POTM 20KX2 20% 0,025W 3819 4822 051 30471 470R 5% 0,062W
1651 4822 276 13775 Tact Switch 2636 2020 552 94427 100pF 5% 50V 3661 4822 051 30103 10k 5% 0,062W 3820 4822 117 11817 1k2 1% 1/16W
1652 4822 276 13775 Tact Switch 2637 3198 016 38210 820pF 25V 3662 4822 051 30103 10k 5% 0,062W 3821 4822 116 52219 330R 5% 0,5W
1653 4822 276 13775 Tact Switch 2638 3198 016 38210 820pF 25V 3663 4822 051 30151 150R 5% 0,062W 3822 4822 051 30331 330R 5% 0,062W
1654 4822 276 13775 Tact Switch 2642 4822 126 13879 220nF +80/-20% 16V 3664 4822 051 30221 220R 5% 0,062W 3823 4822 051 30331 330R 5% 0,062W
1655 4822 276 13775 Tact Switch 2643 4822 126 13879 220nF +80/-20% 16V 3665 4822 051 30271 270R 5% 0,062W 3824 4822 051 30221 220R 5% 0,062W
1656 4822 276 13775 Tact Switch 2644 3198 028 42290 22uF 20% 35V 3666 4822 051 30391 390R 5% 0,062W 3831 4822 051 30472 4k7 5% 0,062W
1657 4822 276 13775 Tact Switch 2645 4822 124 22652 2,2uF 20% 50V 3667 4822 051 30561 560R 5% 0,062W 3832 4822 116 52234 100k 5% 0,5W
1658 4822 276 13775 Tact Switch 2646 4822 124 22652 2,2uF 20% 50V 3668 4822 117 12968 820R 5% 0,62W 3833 4822 051 30102 1k 5% 0,062W
1659 4822 276 13775 Tact Switch 2647 3198 028 44790 47uF 20% 35V 3669 4822 117 11817 1k2 1% 1/16W 3834 4822 117 12902 8k2 1% 0,063W
1660 4822 276 13775 Tact Switch 2648 2238 586 59812 100nF +80/-20% 50V 3670 4822 117 12903 1k8 1% 0,063W 3835 4822 051 30471 470R 5% 0,062W
1661 4822 276 13775 Tact Switch 2810 2020 552 94427 100pF 5% 50V 3671 4822 051 30272 2k7 5% 0,062W 3836 4822 117 11817 1k2 1% 1/16W
1662 4822 276 13775 Tact Switch 2811 4822 124 12312 4,7uF 20% 16V 3672 4822 051 30472 4k7 5% 0,062W 3837 4822 116 83883 470R 5% 0,5W
1664 4822 276 13775 Tact Switch 2812 4822 124 22726 4,7uF 35V 3674 4822 051 30151 150R 5% 0,062W 3838 4822 116 52283 4k7 5% 0,5W
1666 4822 276 13775 Tact Switch 2813 4822 124 81286 47uF 20% 16V 3675 4822 051 30221 220R 5% 0,062W 3839 4822 051 30471 470R 5% 0,062W
1669 4822 276 13775 Tact Switch 2814 4822 124 12312 4,7uF 20% 16V 3676 4822 051 30271 270R 5% 0,062W 3840 4822 117 11817 1k2 1% 1/16W
1672 4822 276 13775 Tact Switch 2830 2020 552 94427 100pF 5% 50V 3677 4822 051 30391 390R 5% 0,062W 3841 4822 116 52219 330R 5% 0,5W
1673 4822 276 13775 Tact Switch 2831 4822 124 12312 4,7uF 20% 16V 3678 4822 051 30561 560R 5% 0,062W 3842 4822 051 30331 330R 5% 0,062W
1674 4822 276 13775 Tact Switch 2832 4822 124 22726 4,7uF 35V 3679 4822 117 12968 820R 5% 0,62W 3843 4822 051 30331 330R 5% 0,062W
1675 4822 276 13775 Tact Switch 2833 4822 124 81286 47uF 20% 16V 3680 4822 117 11817 1k2 1% 1/16W 3844 4822 051 30221 220R 5% 0,062W
1691 2422 129 16708 Rotary Encoder 24P 2834 4822 124 12312 4,7uF 20% 16V 3681 4822 051 30272 2k7 5% 0,062W 3850 4822 117 12968 820R 5% 0,62W
1692 4822 276 13775 Tact Switch 2841 2238 916 15641 22nF 10% 25V 3682 4822 051 30472 4k7 5% 0,062W 3860 4822 051 30101 100R 5% 0,062W
1840 4822 267 10733 Flex Connector 4P 2843 2238 916 15641 22nF 10% 25V 3683 4822 051 30102 1k 5% 0,062W 3861 4822 051 30102 1k 5% 0,062W
1841 4822 265 11529 Headphone Socket 2844 2238 586 59812 100nF +80/-20% 50V 3684 4822 051 30102 1k 5% 0,062W 3862 4822 051 30103 10k 5% 0,062W
1880 4822 267 10958 Flex Connector 5P 2860 4822 124 40433 47uF 20% 25V 3685 4822 051 30222 2k2 5% 0,062W 3880 4822 117 12925 47k 1% 0,063W
1881 4822 276 13775 Tact Switch 2861 4822 126 14238 2,2nF 50V 3686 4822 051 30222 2k2 5% 0,062W 3881 4822 117 12968 820R 5% 0,62W
1890 4822 265 10913 Cinch Socket - G/Port Audio R 2862 3198 017 34730 47nF 16V 3689 4822 051 30472 4k7 5% 0,062W 3890 4822 051 30103 10k 5% 0,062W
1891 2422 026 05434 Cinch Socket - G/Port Audio L 2880 4822 124 40769 4,7uF 20% 100V 3690 4822 051 30103 10k 5% 0,062W 3891 4822 050 21003 10k 1% 0,06W
1892 4822 267 31996 Cinch Socket - G/Port Video 2890 4822 126 13879 220nF +80/-20% 16V 3691 4822 051 30103 10k 5% 0,062W 3892 4822 117 11817 1k2 1% 1/16W
2891 3198 016 36810 680pF 25V 3692 4822 051 30103 10k 5% 0,062W 3893 4822 117 11817 1k2 1% 1/16W
CAPACITORS 2892 4822 126 13881 470pF 5% 50V 3695 4822 051 30103 10k 5% 0,062W 4600 4822 051 30008 0R Jumper 0603
2611 4822 124 41796 22uF 20% 16V 2894 3198 016 36810 680pF 25V 3696 4822 051 30471 470R 5% 0,062W 4610 4822 051 30008 0R Jumper 0603
2612 4822 124 22651 1uF 20% 50V 2895 4822 126 13881 470pF 5% 50V 3697 4822 051 30471 470R 5% 0,062W 4890 4822 051 30008 0R Jumper 0603
2614 4822 124 22651 1uF 20% 50V 2896 2020 552 94427 100pF 5% 50V 3698 4822 051 30471 470R 5% 0,062W 4891 4822 051 30008 0R Jumper 0603
2616 3198 016 31020 1nF 25V 2897 2020 552 94427 100pF 5% 50V 3699 4822 051 30471 470R 5% 0,062W
2617 3198 016 31020 1nF 25V 3701 4822 051 30271 270R 5% 0,062W COILS & FILTERS
2620 4822 124 11947 10uF 20% 16V RESISTORS 3702 4822 051 30181 180R 5% 0,062W 5601 4822 157 62552 Coil 2,2uH 5%
2621 5322 126 11583 10nF 10% 50V 3628 4822 051 30102 1k 5% 0,062W 3703 4822 051 30181 180R 5% 0,062W 5602 4822 157 62552 Coil 2,2uH 5%
2622 5322 126 11583 10nF 10% 50V 3629 4822 051 30102 1k 5% 0,062W 3704 4822 051 30181 180R 5% 0,062W 5840 4822 157 62552 Coil 2,2uH 5%
2623 2020 552 94427 100pF 5% 50V 3630 4822 051 30221 220R 5% 0,062W 3705 4822 051 30221 220R 5% 0,062W 5841 4822 157 62552 Coil 2,2uH 5%
2624 2020 552 94427 100pF 5% 50V 3637 4822 117 12925 47k 1% 0,063W 3706 4822 051 30221 220R 5% 0,062W 5842 4822 157 62552 Coil 2,2uH 5%
2625 2238 586 59812 100nF +80/-20% 50V 3638 4822 116 52175 100R 5% 0,5W 3708 4822 117 12903 1k8 1% 0,063W
2626 2238 586 59812 100nF +80/-20% 50V 3647 4822 051 30471 470R 5% 0,062W 3709 4822 051 30472 4k7 5% 0,062W DIODES
2627 3198 016 31020 1nF 25V 3651 4822 051 30102 1k 5% 0,062W 3811 4822 051 30472 4k7 5% 0,062W 6620 4822 130 82978 LED VS LTL-1CHPE
2628 2238 586 59812 100nF +80/-20% 50V 3652 4822 051 30102 1k 5% 0,062W 3812 4822 116 52234 100k 5% 0,5W 6621 4822 130 82978 LED VS LTL-1CHPE
2629 2238 586 59812 100nF +80/-20% 50V 3653 4822 117 12925 47k 1% 0,063W 3813 4822 051 30102 1k 5% 0,062W 6622 4822 130 82978 LED VS LTL-1CHPE
2630 3198 016 31020 1nF 25V 3655 4822 117 12925 47k 1% 0,063W 3814 4822 117 12902 8k2 1% 0,063W 6623 9322 178 87676 LED VS LTL-1CHTBK4-KA
2631 4822 126 13883 220pF 5% 50V 3656 4822 117 12925 47k 1% 0,063W 3815 4822 051 30471 470R 5% 0,062W 6624 9322 178 87676 LED VS LTL-1CHTBK4-KA
2632 4822 126 13883 220pF 5% 50V 3657 4822 051 30472 4k7 5% 0,062W 3816 4822 117 11817 1k2 1% 1/16W 6625 9322 178 87676 LED VS LTL-1CHTBK4-KA
5-10 5-10

ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST - FRONT CONTROL BOARD

DIODES
6626 9322 191 85676 LED VS LTL816kETNN
6627 9322 191 85676 LED VS LTL816kETNN
6628 9322 191 85676 LED VS LTL816kETNN
6629 9322 191 85676 LED VS LTL816kETNN
6812 9322 178 15676 LED VS LTL-8166FTNN
6813 9322 178 15676 LED VS LTL-8166FTNN
6814 9322 191 85676 LED VS LTL816kETNN
6815 4822 130 30621 1N4148
6830 9322 178 15676 LED VS LTL-8166FTNN
6831 9322 178 15676 LED VS LTL-8166FTNN
6832 9322 191 85676 LED VS LTL816kETNN
6835 4822 130 30621 1N4148
6850 9322 191 85676 LED VS LTL816kETNN
6880 4822 130 30621 1N4148
6881 9322 167 73676 LED VS LTL-4221NLC-KA

TRANSISTORS & INTEGRATED CIRCUITS


7601 4822 209 15449 74HC4094D
7602 5322 130 60159 BC847B
7603 5322 130 60159 BC847B
7604 5322 130 60159 BC847B
7605 5322 130 60159 BC847B
7606 4822 209 15449 74HC4094D
7607 4822 130 42804 BC817-25
7608 4822 130 42804 BC817-25
7609 4822 130 42804 BC817-25
7610 4822 130 42804 BC817-25
7620 4822 209 33985 TDA8579T/N1
7650 5322 130 60159 BC847B
7800 9322 185 97667 IR Receiver TSOP4836ZC1
7810 5322 130 60159 BC847B
7811 5322 130 60159 BC847B
7812 5322 130 60159 BC847B
7813 5322 130 60159 BC847B
7814 5322 130 60159 BC847B
7830 5322 130 60159 BC847B
7831 5322 130 60159 BC847B
7832 5322 130 60159 BC847B
7833 5322 130 60159 BC847B
7834 5322 130 60159 BC847B
7880 4822 130 60373 BC857B

Note : Only the parts mentioned in this list are normal


service spare parts.
6-1 6-1

FTD DISPLAY PIN CONNECTION

1G A1

2G 3G 4G 5G 6G 7G 8G 9G A2

10G
A3

FRONT DISPLAY BOARD A4


11G
A5

f h j k b

TABLE OF CONTENTS g m col


FTD Display Pin Connection ........................................... 6-1
Display part - Component Layout .................................... 6-2 ( 2G - 9G ) e r p n c
Display part - Chip Layout ............................................... 6-3
Display part - Circuit Diagram ......................................... 6-4 Dp
d
5DTC Key part - Layout & Circuit diagram ...................... 6-5
Electrical parts list ............................................................ 6-5

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

P1 a a a a a a a a A1

P2 h h h h h h h h A2

P3 j,p j,p j,p j,p j,p j,p j,p j,p A3

P4 k k k k k k k k A4

P5 b b b b b b b b A5

P6 f f f f f f f f -

P7 m m m m m m m m -

P8 g g g g g g g g -

P9 c c c c c c c c -

P10 e e e e e e e e -

P11 r r r r r r r r -

P12 n n n n n n n n -

P13 d d d d d d d d -

P14 - - - - - col - - -

P15 - - - - - Dp - - - -

P16 - - - - - - - - - -

P17 - - - - - - - - - -
6-2 6-2

DISPLAY BOARD - COMPONENT LAYOUT

This assembly drawing shows a summary of all possible versions. For components used in a specific version see schematic diagram and respective parts list.

3139 113 3514 pt4 dd wk0310


6-3 6-3

DISPLAY BOARD - CHIP LAYOUT

This assembly drawing shows a summary of all possible versions. For components used in a specific version see schematic diagram and respective parts list.

3139 113 3514 pt4 dd wk0310


6-4 6-4

DISPLAY BOARD - CIRCUIT DIAGRAM

1400 G21 1406 G1 2505 A7 2512 I2 2520 H12 2526 I17 2532 H8 2541 D17 2547 B20 2553 E19 2559 G19 2566 I7 2572 F9 2579 B9 2585 E20 3401 F10 3407 A14 3413 H18 3419 F13 3425 E14 3431 E14 3437 D14 3445 C13 3451 C12 3457 C11 3463 C10 3469 D10 3475 E10 3481 B18 3490 D20 3497 E20 3516 K3 3522 J8 3532 A20 3538 A13 3554 D17 3563 F19 3575 C18 3581 G21 3591 H13 5400 E17 5406 G14 6406 G13 6413 C15 7405 E16
1401 C21 1407 E1 2506 A8 2513 I2 2521 H13 2527 A14 2533 G20 2542 D17 2548 B20 2554 E19 2560 G19 2567 J8 2574 G12 2580 B9 2586 E20 3402 F10 3408 A14 3414 F12 3420 F13 3426 F14 3432 E14 3440 H7 3446 C13 3452 C12 3458 C11 3464 C10 3470 D10 3476 E10 3482 B18 3491 E20 3498 C2 3517 J5 3523 J8 3533 F17 3539 I15 3557 B18 3564 C20 3576 F19 3582 G21 3595 I20 5401 C14 6400 E9 6407 C15 6414 I8 7406 H11
1402 I21 1408 A21 2507 A8 2514 I4 2522 G13 2528 A13 2534 D19 2543 A17 2549 D19 2555 E20 2561 G19 2568 G11 2575 G12 2581 B13 2588 D20 3403 F11 3409 F11 3415 F12 3421 F13 3427 H8 3433 E14 3441 H11 3447 C13 3453 C12 3459 C11 3465 D10 3471 D10 3477 E10 3483 D20 3492 E20 3502 A7 3518 I5 3526 I7 3534 F17 3550 A16 3558 B18 3565 C20 3577 F19 3583 G20 3596 I20 5402 F11 6401 E9 6408 A6 6416 H8 7407 G13
1403 C1 1409 D1 2508 F9 2515 K3 2523 D20 2529 B14 2535 H7 2544 A18 2550 D19 2556 E20 2562 H3 2569 A15 2576 G11 2582 B12 2844 B7 3404 F11 3410 A14 3416 F12 3422 F13 3428 E14 3434 D14 3442 H8 3448 C12 3454 C12 3460 C11 3466 D10 3472 E10 3478 C18 3484 E20 3493 C13 3503 A8 3519 J5 3529 G15 3535 A14 3551 A16 3559 B18 3566 B18 3578 F19 3585 H20 3848 B7 5403 F12 6402 E9 6409 C15 7400 C10 7409 B8
1404 C1 1420 A10 2509 C14 2516 K3 2524 D20 2530 A13 2536 D17 2545 B21 2551 E19 2557 D20 2563 B20 2570 C14 2577 G11 2583 B19 2845 B8 3405 E17 3411 B14 3417 F12 3423 F13 3429 E14 3435 D14 3443 H8 3449 C12 3455 C11 3461 C11 3467 D10 3473 E10 3479 F10 3488 C13 3495 D17 3511 E2 3520 J5 3530 H15 3536 A14 3552 A16 3560 A20 3570 A14 3579 H2 3589 G12 3849 B8 5404 K3 6403 E9 6410 B15 7401 I2 7410 B7
1405 F1 2504 A7 2511 H2 2517 I4 2525 I17 2531 E18 2537 H7 2546 B19 2552 E19 2558 G19 2564 J7 2571 C14 2578 C14 2584 B19 3400 F10 3406 E18 3412 F14 3418 F13 3424 F13 3430 E14 3436 D14 3444 C13 3450 C12 3456 C11 3462 C10 3468 D10 3474 E10 3480 F10 3489 C13 3496 E20 3515 J3 3521 I8 3531 A19 3537 A13 3553 D18 3561 A20 3571 A14 3580 G21 3590 H13 4401 B20 5405 H4 6405 I16 6411 I17 7403 A17 7413 A16

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21

22R 3570
1420 -F1 F1 +5V6
22R 3535 +5V6

3537
220R

2528
+L +L

4u7
22R 3407
7403

3550

4K7
4u7 3408 74HC4094D 16
A A

2569

2543

100n
2544

100n

3531

3532
6K8
10u

6K8
15R SRG8
3502 3503 -Vkk1 2527 15 EN1 1408
-Vkk -Vkk 10K 3560 100R 1
6408 1 UAC_IRQ
68K 68K 22R 3571 STB

To USB PCB
+5V6 +F +F +F -F2 F2 3551 3561 100R 2
3 UAC_Rdy
1N4003 22R 3536

3552

10K
7413

2530
220R
2504
100p

2505
100p

2506
100p

2507
100p

3538
BC847B 3

4u7
22R 3410 +L
2 4 ## 3559 220R LED_DTC5 4
3411 D 1
7410 7409
BC847B BC847B 4u7 5 ## 3558 220R LED_DTC4 USB_I2C_Clk 5

G11B
15R

G1A

G11
G1
-Vkk1 ## 3557 220R
6 6

2579
220p
2580
220p

2582
220p
2581

220p
2529 LED_DTC3 USB_I2C_Data

## 3482 220R
B 7 7
B

G1

G11
LED_DTC2 UAC_Susp
42 40 38 37 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 3 1
14 3481 220R UAC_Susp 8

# 2563

4401
2844
100p

2845
100p

2584

100p
2583
220p
2546
220p
2547
220p
2548

100p

100p

2545

220n
3848

3849
10K

10K
-F2 -F1 13 3566 220R TU_Enab
FE-BT-VK-N
To 5DTC Key PCB

6410 12

G1A
+5V6

P17
+L
1404 1N4003 11 ## 3478 220R LED_DTC1
1401
LED_DTC5
5401 6409 AmNTC 1

P17

P16

P15

P14

P13

P12

P11

P10

P9

P8

P7

P6

P5

P4

P3

P2

P1

G1

G2

G3

G4

G5

G6

G7

G8

G9

G10

G11
1 9

-Vkk
LED_DTC4 +5V6_Con
2u2 1N4148 3575

2509
100n
10 2

47u
2

2570
LED_DTC3 SR_Data_1

1K0 3451

1K0 3450

1K0 3449
1K0 3448
1K0 3454

1K0 3452

1K0 3447
1K0 3464

1K0 3463
1K0 3462

1K0 3461

1K0 3460

1K0 3459
1K0 3458

1K0 3457

1K0 3456

1K0 3455

1K0 3453

1K0 3493

1K0 3489
1K0 3488

1K0 3446

1K0 3445

1K0 3444
I2C_DATA
C 3
LED_DTC2
6407
8
1K0 3564 220R 3
C
+C +5V6_Con I2C_CLK 3565 4
4 1N4148
LED_DTC1
6413 LEDShDATA 220R 5
5 7400 +5V6
1403 TMP88CU74YF 64 63 62 61 60 59 58 57 56 55 54 53 52 51 50 49 48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 +5V6_Con

2578

2571
1N4003

100n
LEDShCLK

47u
6
6 3498

V21

V16

V11
Key0

V20

V19
V18

V17

V15
V14

V13

V12

V10

V4

V1
V23

V22

V9

V8
V7

V6

V5

V3

V2

V0
3465 1K0 65 VDD 40 LEDShSTR
2557 100n
1 7 150R
7

To AF PCB
V24
2 8
GND-B 3466 1K0 66 V25 VAREF 39 +5V6 8
GND-B

2541
8-Bit high breakdown voltage 8-Bit high breakdown v.

3553
2542
220p
3495

2536
220p

220p
8-Bit h. break. v.

3554

10K
10K
10K
FE-BT-VK-N 3467 1K0 67 V26 out w. latch P8 output port with latch P7 output port with latch P6 VASS 38 9
-Vkk

80k pull

2550

2549

2534

100n

2524
2588

100n

2523
P9

47p

47p

4u7

4u7
80k pull down 80k pull down 80k pull down
1409 3468 1K0 68 V27 3437 1K0

down
D AIN13 37
D
To IR PCB

10

8-Bit h. breakdown v.
Options F1
P6-P9 source open drain

P5
1

4-Bit In/Output
+5V6_Con 3469 10K 69 V28 AIN12 36 3436 1K0 VOL_B 11
F2

out. port w. latch


VFT driver circuit (automatic display)
2 RC5
EH-B

(tri-state)
3470 10K 70 V29 AIN11 35 3435 1K0 Key0 CdRAB 3490 470R 12
3
3471 10K 71 V30 AIN10 34 3434 1K0 Key2 CDTrayIRQ 3483 470R 13

440053 3472 10K 72 V31 3433 1K0 470R


+C AIN7 33 Key1 CdSCL 3491 14

drain 80k p.d.


source open
14071 Program +5V6

P4
FE-BT-VK-N
3473 10K 73 V32 RAM ROM Counter AIN6 32 3432 1K0 USB_I2C_Data 2555 100n 15
+5V6
To ECO PCB

PD

8-Bit Input/Output
6403 1N4148 3474 1K0 74 V33 AIN5 31 3431 1K0 3484 470R
3511

2 16

5-Bit h. breakd. v.
VUMeter1 USB_I2C_Clk CdSDA
2K7

+L

5400
2u2
E 3 VUMeter2 6402 1N4148 3475 1K0 75 V34
CPU 8-Bit A/D
AIN4 30 3430 1K0 I2C_CLK CdPORE 3496 220R 17
E

out w. latch
6401 1N4148 3476 1K0 76 V35 Converter 3429 1K0 7405 470R
AIN3 29

(tri-state)
4 Key0 LEDShSTR I2C_DATA CdSiLD 3492 18
M24C02 8
6400 1N4148 3477 1K0 77 V36 AIN2 28 3428 1K0 1 3497 220R

3405

3406

2531
19

8K2
LEDShData AmNTC

8K2

4u7
5 VCC CdSiCL
GND-B E0
78 VKK sink o. drain AIN1 27 3425 1K0 2

47p 2551

47p 2552

47p 2553

47p 2554

47p 2556
SA_Left_In

47p 2585

47p 2586
-Vkk E1 FE-ST-VK-N
8-Bit Input/Output 8-Bit I/O P2 8-Bit Input/Output 3-B. I/O P3
3479 1K0 79 -SCK1 (tri-state) AIN0 26 3426 1K0 3 5 3533

-RESET
CdPORE (tri state) SA_Right_In
sink o.drain P1 ( tristate )

XOUT
P0 E2 SDA

VSS

XIN
I2C_DATA

XTOUT
3480 1K0 80 SI1 -SCKO 25 1K0

-STOP
CdSCL