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HT-CN150DVW

SERVICE MANUAL
No. S7501HTN150DW

ON/STAND BY OPEN/CLOSE
FUNCTION I/P SCAN

MUTE

SLEEP MIC KEY ECHO

DISPLAY DIRECT ZOOM PROG

EQ LISTENING REPEAT A-B

ADJ/VOL

TITLE MENU/PBC

ENTER
SETUP RETURN

PLAY/PAUSE SLOW/
STOP MEMORY

V V
V TUNING V PRESET

NTSC/PAL ST/MO LANGUAGE MODE

STEP ANGLE SUBTITLE AUDIO

92LWIR150Z04D7

HOME THEATER WITH DVD HT-CN150DVW


SUPER WOOFER 5.1 SPEAKER SYSTEM

ON / STAND-BY OPEN /CLOSE REMOTE


AUDIO/VIDEO
SENSOR

MIC VOLUME
MP3 FUNCTION MODE PLAY STOP SKIP - VOLUME + MIN. MAX.
MIC

Home Theater with DVD

MODEL HT-CN150DVW
• In the interests of user-safety (Required by safety regula-
tions in some countries) the set should be restored to its
original condition and only parts identical to those specified
be used.

CONTENTS
Page
SPECIFICATIONS..................................................................................................................................................................2
LASER BEAM SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ..............................................................................................................................4
IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS AND PRECAUTIONS .............................................................................................................5
STANDARD NOTES FOR SERVICING .................................................................................................................................6
OPERATING CONTROLS AND FUNCTIONS......................................................................................................................10
TROUBLESHOOTING ..........................................................................................................................................................13
BLOCK DIAGRAMS ..............................................................................................................................................................16
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS / IC’S PIN VOLTAGE ...................................................................................................................18
WAVEFORMS .......................................................................................................................................................................40
WIRING DIAGRAM ...............................................................................................................................................................42
SYSTEM CONTROL TIMING CHARTS................................................................................................................................53
IC PIN FUNCTION DESCRIPTIONS ....................................................................................................................................54
LEAD IDENTIFICATIONS ....................................................................................................................................................100
FL DISPLAY .........................................................................................................................................................................101
PART GUIDE

This document has been published to be used for


SHARP CORPORATION after sales service only.
The contents are subject to change without notice.
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HT-CN150DVW
Service Manual
Audio
E
Market
CD-DV999W/CD-DV777W
SPECIFICATIONS
As part of our policy of continuous improvement, SHARP reserves the right to make design and specification changes
for product improvement without prior notice. The performance specification figures indicated are nominal values of pro-
duction units. There may be some deviations from these values in individual units.

● General
Power source AC 110 - 127 V / 220 - 240 V, 50/60 Hz

Power consumption HT-CN150DVW: Power on: 80 W

Width: 430 mm (17-1/8")


Dimensions Height: 60 mm (2-3/8")
Depth: 345 mm (13-3/4")

Weight 4.3 kg (9.5 lbs.)

Audio input terminals Analogue input (IN 1): RCA type × 1 pair (L/R)
Analogue input (IN 2): RCA type × 1 pair (L/R)

Audio output terminals Analogue output (OUT): RCA type × 1 pair (L/R)

Video output terminals S-video output: S-terminal × 1 Video output: RCA type × 1

● Amplifier (HT-CN150DVW)
Output power Front speakers: RMS: 60 W (30 W + 30 W) (10 % T.H.D., 1 kHz)
Centre speaker: RMS: 30 W (10 % T.H.D., 1 kHz)
Surround speakers: RMS: 60 W (30 W + 30 W) (10 % T.H.D., 1 kHz)
Subwoofer: RMS: 50 W (10 % T.H.D., 100 Hz)

● DVD player
Signal system PAL/NTSC colour

DVD (with the same region number on the back of the unit or ALL), SVCD, VCD, audio CD,
Supported disc types
CD-R, CD-RW, MP3

Video signal Horizontal resolution: 525 linesS/N ratio: 56 dB

Audio signal Frequency characteristics Linear PCM DVD: 20 Hz to 20 kHz


(sampling rate: 48 kHz)
20 Hz to 20 kHz
(sampling rate: 96 kHz)
CD: 20 Hz to 20 kHz

S/N ratio CD: 65 dB (1 kHz)

Dynamic range Linear PCM DVD: 95 dB CD: 94 dB

Total harmonic distortion ratio 0.2 % maximum

● Tuner
Frequency range FM: 88 - 108 MHz

AM: 531 - 1602 kHz

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● Front speakers
Type Full range speaker system (magnetic shield)

8 cm (3-1/8") speaker

Maximum input power 40 W

Impedance 8 ohms

Dimensions Width: 91.5 mm (3-5/8")


Height: 139.5 mm (5-1/2")
Depth: 100 mm (3-15/16")

Weight 0.7 kg (1.5 lbs.)/each

● Surround speakers
Type Full range speaker system

8 cm (3-1/8") speaker

Maximum input power 40 W

Impedance 8 ohms

Dimensions Width: 91.5 mm (3-5/8")


Height: 139.5 mm (5-1/2")
Depth: 100 mm (3-15/16")

Weight 0.5 kg (1.1 lbs.)/each

● Center speaker
Type Full range speaker system

8 cm (3-1/8") speaker

Maximum input power 40 W

Impedance 8 ohms

Dimensions Width: 91.5 mm (3-5/8")


Height:169.5 mm (6-11/16")
Depth: 100 mm (3-15/16")

Weight 0.7 kg (1.5 lbs.)

● Subwoofer

Type Subwoofer system

13 cm (5-1/8") Subwoofer

Maximum input power 70 W

Impedance 4 ohms

Dimensions Width:200 mm (7-7/8")


Height: 338 mm (13-9/16")
Depth: 303 mm (12-3/16")

Weight 4.2 kg (9.2 lbs.)

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LASER BEAM SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
This DVD player uses a pickup that emits a laser beam.

Do not look directly at the laser beam coming


from the pickup or allow it to strike against
your skin.

The laser beam is emitted from the location shown in the figure. When checking the laser diode, be sure to keep your eyes at least
30cm away from the pickup lens when the diode is turned on. Do not look directly at the laser beam.

Caution: Use of controls and adjustments, or doing procedures other than those specified herein, may result in hazardous radiation
exposure.

Drive Mecha Assembly

Laser Beam Radiation

Laser Pickup

Turntable

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IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS AND PRECAUTIONS
1. IMPORTANT SERVICE NOTES
BEFORE RETURNING THE DVD VIDEO PLAYER Reverse the AC plug on the set and repeat AC voltage
measurements for each exposed part. Any reading of
Before returning the DVD video player to the user, 1.4V rms (this corresponds to 0.7mA rms AC.) or more
perform the following safety checks. is excessive and indicates a potential shock hazard
which must be corrected before returning the DVD
1. Inspect all lead dress to make certain that leads are video player to the owner.
not pinched or that hardware is not lodged between
the chassis and other metal parts in the DVD video
player.
2. Inspect all protective devices such as non-metallic
control knobs, insulation materials, cabinet backs,
adjustment and compartment covers or shields,
isola-tion resistor/capacitor networks, mechanical
insula-tors etc. SSVM
3. To be sure that no shock hazard exists, check for AC SCALE
current in the following manner.
● Plug the AC line cord directly into a 230 volt AC outlet 1.5k ohms.
10W
(Do not use an isolation transformer for this test).
● Using two clip leads, connect a 1.5k ohm, 10 watt
resistor paralleled by a 0.15µF capacitor in series with
all exposed metal cabinet parts and a known earth
ground, such as a water pipe or conduit. 0.15 F
● Use an DVM or VOM with 1000 ohm per volt, or higher, TEST PROBE
sensitivity or measure the AC voltage drop across the
CONNECT TO
resistor (See Diagram). TO EXPOSED
KNOWN EARTH
● Move the resistor connection to earth exposed metal METAL PARTS
GROUND
part having a return path to the chassis (metal cabinet,
screw heads, knobs and control shafts, etc.) and
measure the AC voltage drop across the resistor.

1. NOTES DE SERVICE IMPORTANTES


AVANT DE RENDRE LE REPRODUCTOR DE VÍDEO pièces métalliques exposées ayant un parcours de
DVD retour au châssis (coffret métallique, tétes de vis,
boutons et arbres de commande, etc.) et mesurer la
Avant de rendre le reproductor de vídeo DVD à l'utilisateur, chute de tension CA entre la résistance. Inverser la
effectuer les vérifications de sécurité suivantes. fiche CA (une fiche intermédiaire non polarisée doit être
utilisée à seule fin de faire ces vérifications.) sur
1. Vérifier toutes les gaines de fil pour être sûr que les fils l’appareil et répéter les mesures de tension CA pour
ne sont pas pincés ou que le matériel n'est pas coincé chaque piéce métallique exposée. Toute lecture de 1,4
entre le châssis et les autres pièces métalliques dans le V rms (ceci correspond à 0,7 mA rms CA) ou plus est
reproductor de vídeo DVD. excessive et signale un danger de choc qui doit être
2. Vérifier tous les dispositifs de protection tels que les corrigé avant de rendre le reproductor de vídeo DVD à
boutons de commande non métalliques, les matériaux son utilisateur.
d'isolement, le dos du coffret, les couvercles de
compartiment et ajustement ou les boucliers, les
réseaux de résistance / condensateur d'isolement, Ies
isolateurs mécaniques, etc.
3. Pour être sûr qu'il n'y a aucun risque de choc électrique,
vérifier le courant de fuite de la maniére suivante. VTVM
● Brancher le cordon d'alimentation secteur directement AC SCALE
dans une prise de courant de 230 volts. (Ne pas utiliser
de transformateur d'isolement pour cet essai). 1.5k ohms
10W
● Utiliser deux fils à pinces et connecter une résistance de
10 watts 1,5 kohm en parallèle avec un condensateur
de 0,15 F en série avec des pièces du coffret métallique
exposées et une masse de terre connue telle qu'un
tuyau ou un conduit d'eau. 0.15 F
● Utiliser un DVM ou VOM avec une sensibilité de 1000 TEST PROBE
ohms par volt ou plus ou mesurer la chute de tension CONNECT TO
CA entre la résistance (voir diagramme). TO EXPOSED
KNOWN EARTH
● Déposer la connexion de la résistance à toutes les de METAL PARTS GROUND

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HT-CN150DVW
STANDARD NOTES FOR SERVICING
Circuit Board Indications Using lead-free wire solder
a. The output pin of the 3 pin Regulator ICs is indicated When fixing the PWB soldered with the lead-free solder,
as shown. apply lead-free wire solder. Repairing with conventional
lead wire solder may cause damage or accident due to
cracks.
Top View Bottom View As the melting point of lead-free solder (Sn-Ag-Cu) is
Input higher than the lead wire solder by 40°C, we recommend
Out In
you to use a dedicated soldering bit, if you are not
familiar with how to obtain lead-free wire solder or
soldening bit, contact our service station or service
b. For other ICs, pin 1 and every fifth pin are indicated ranch in your area.
as shown.
Soldering
< Bottom View >
5 As the melting point of lead-free solder (Sn-Ag-Cu) is
about 220°C which is higher than the conventional lead
Pin 1 solder by 40°C, and as it has poor solder wettabillty, you
may be apt to keep the soldering bit in contact with the
PWB for extended period of time. However, Since the
land may be peeled off or the maximum heat-resistance
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temperature of parts may be excoeded, remove the bit
from the PWB as soon as you conurm the steady
c. The 1st pin of every male connector is indicated as soldering condition.
shown.
Lead-free solder contains more tin, and the end of the
soldering bit may be easily corroded. Make sure to tum
< Bottom View >
on and off the power of the bit as required. if a different
type of solder stays on the tip of the soldering bit, it is
Pin 1 alloyed with lead-free solder. Clean the bit after every
use of it.
When the tip of the soldering bit is blackened during
use, file it with steel wool or fine sandpaper.
Instructions for Connectors
Becareful when replacing parts with polarity indication
1. When you connect or disconnect the FFC (Flexible on the PWB silk.
Foil Connector) cable, be sure to first disconnect the
AC cord.
Lead-free wire solder for servicing
2. FFC (Flexible Foil Connector) cable should be in-
serted parallel into the connector, not at an angle. Part No. Description Code
ZHNDAi123250E J 0.3mm 250g(1roll) BL
ZHNDAi126500E J 0.6mm 500g(1roll) BK
ZHNDAi12801KE J 1.0mm 1kg(1roll) BM
FFC Cable

Connector

CBA

* Be careful to avoid a short circuit.

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How to Remove / Install Flat Pack-IC With Soldering Iron:


(1) Using desoldering braid, remove the solder from all
1. Removal pins of the flat pack-IC. When you use solder flux
With Hot-Air Flat Pack-IC Desoldering Machine: which is applied to all pins of the flat pack-IC, you can
remove it easily. (Fig. S-1-3)
(1) Prepare the hot-air flat pack-IC desoldering ma-
chine, then apply hot air to the Flat Pack-IC (about 5
to 6 seconds). (Fig. S-1-1) Flat Pack-IC Desoldering Braid

Soldering Iron
Fig. S-1-3

(2) Lift each lead of the flat pack-IC upward one by one,
using a sharp pin or wire to which solder will not
Fig. S-1-1 adhere (iron wire). When heating the pins, use a fine
tip soldering iron or a hot air desoldering machine.
(2) Remove the flat pack-IC with tweezers while apply- (Fig. S-1-4)
ing the hot air.
(3) Bottom of the flat pack-IC is fixed with glue to the
CBA; when removing entire flat pack-IC, first apply
soldering iron to center of the flat pack-IC and heat
up. Then remove (glue will be melted). (Fig. S-1-6)
(4) Release the flat pack-IC from the CBA using twee-
zers. (Fig. S-1-6) Sharp
Caution: Pin
1. Do not supply hot air to the chip parts around the flat
pack-IC for over 6 seconds because damage to the Fine Tip
chip parts may occur. Put masking tape around the Soldering Iron
Fig. S-1-4
flat pack-IC to protect other parts from damage.
(Fig. S-1-2)
(3) Bottom of the flat pack-IC is fixed with glue to the
2. The flat pack-IC on the CBA is affixed with glue, so CBA; when removing entire flat pack-IC, first apply
be careful not to break or damage the foil of each pin soldering iron to center of the flat pack-IC and heat
or the solder lands under the IC when removing it. up. Then remove (glue will be melted). (Fig. S-1-6)
(4) Release the flat pack-IC from the CBA using twee-
Hot-air
zers. (Fig. S-1-6)
Flat Pack-IC
Desoldering With Iron Wire:
Machine
CBA (1) Using desoldering braid, remove the solder from all
pins of the flat pack-IC. When you use solder flux
which is applied to all pins of the flat pack-IC, you can
remove it easily. (Fig. S-1-3)
(2) Affix the wire to a workbench or solid mounting point,
Masking Flat Pack-IC as shown in Fig. S-1-5.
Tape
(3) While heating the pins using a fine tip soldering iron
Tweezers
Fig. S-1-2 or hot air blower, pull up the wire as the solder melts
so as to lift the IC leads from the CBA contact pads
as shown in Fig. S-1-5.

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HT-CN150DVW

(4) Bottom of the flat pack-IC is fixed with glue to the 2. Installation
CBA; when removing entire flat pack-IC, first apply
soldering iron to center of the flat pack-IC and heat (1) Using desoldering braid, remove the solder from the
up. Then remove (glue will be melted). (Fig. S-1-6) foil of each pin of the flat pack-IC on the CBA so you
can install a replacement flat pack-IC more easily.
(5) Release the flat pack-IC from the CBA using twee-
zers. (Fig. S-1-6) (2) The "●" mark on the flat pack-IC indicates pin 1. (See
Fig. S-1-7.) Be sure this mark matches the 1 on the
Note: PCB when positioning for installation. Then presol-
When using a soldering iron, care must be taken to der the four corners of the flat pack-IC. (See Fig. S-
ensure that the flat pack-IC is not being held by glue. 1-8.)
When the flat pack-IC is removed from the CBA, (3) Solder all pins of the flat pack-IC. Be sure that none
handle it gently because it may be damaged if force of the pins have solder bridges.
is applied.

Example :
Hot Air Blower

or

Iron Wire
Pin 1 of the Flat Pack-IC
is indicated by a " " mark.
Soldering Iron Fig. S-1-7

To Solid
Mounting Point Presolder
Fig. S-1-5

Fine Tip
CBA Soldeing Iron

Flat Pack-IC

CBA
Flat Pack-IC Fig. S-1-8
Tweezers

Fig. S-1-6

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HT-CN150DVW

Instructions for Handling


Semi-conductors
Electrostatic breakdown of the semi-conductors may
occur due to a potential difference caused by electrostatic
charge during unpacking or repair work.

1. Ground for Human Body


Be sure to wear a grounding band (1MΩ) that is properly
grounded to remove any static electricity that may be
charged on the body.

2. Ground for Workbench


Be sure to place a conductive sheet or copper plate with
proper grounding (1MΩ) on the workbench or other
surface, where the semi-conductors are to be placed.
Because the static electricity charge on clothing will not
escape through the body grounding band, be careful to
avoid contacting semi-conductors with your clothing.

< Incorrect >

CBA

< Correct >


Grounding Band

CBA

Conductive Sheet or
Copper Plate

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HT-CN150DVW
OPERATING CONTROLS AND FUNCTIONS
■ Main unit (front panel)

1 2 3 4
HOME THEATER WITH DVD HT-CN150DVW

ON / STAND-BY OPEN /CLOSE REMOTE


SENSOR

MIC VOLUME
MP3 FUNCTION MODE PLAY STOP SKIP - VOLUME + MIN. MAX.
MIC

5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

(1) (2) (3) 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29


L R
15 C L
C
R P-SCAN
DIGITAL
TITLE TRK PRESET CHP PROG SLEEP REPEAT 1 A - B

Pro Logic
KHz
LS S RS LS S RS STEREO VCD MP3 MHz
(4) (5) (6) 30 31 32 33

1. On/Stand-by Button 16. Dolby Pro Logic Indicator


2. Disc Tray 17. Dolby Digital Signal Indicator
3. Disc Tray Open/Close Button 18. P - SCAN mode
4. Remote Sensor 19. DVD Indicator
5. Power Stand-by Indicator 20. Pause Indicator
6. Function Button 21. Play Indicator
7. Speaker Level Mode Button 22. Title Indicator
8. Play or Pause Button 23. Track Indicator
9. Stop Button 24. Tuner Preset Indicator
10. Chapter (track) Skip Down or Preset/Tuning Down Button 25. Chapter Indicator
11. Chapter (track) Skip Up or Preset/Tuning Up Button 26. Programme Indicator
12. Volume Up and Down or Speaker Level Adjust Buttons 27. Sleep Indicator
13. Microphone Volume Control 28. Repeat Indicator
14. Microphone Socket 29. A - B Repeat Indicator
15. Speaker Indicators 30. DTS Signal Indicator
(1) Left Front Speaker Indicator 31. Stereo (2-ch) or FM Stereo Receiving Indicator
(2) Centre Speaker Indicator 32. SVCD/VCD/CD Indicator
(3) Right Front Speaker Indicator 33. MP3 or JPEG Indicator
(4) Left Surround Speaker Indicator
(5) Subwoofer Indicator
(6) Right Surround Speaker Indicator

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■ Main unit (rear panel)

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AC FRONT SURROUND SUB TV AUX AUDIO Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. ANTENNA
INPUT R L CENTER R L WOOFER IN IN OUT DIGITAL PR
110 "Dolby", "Pro Logic" and the double-D symbol are
trademarks of Dolby Laoratories. AM
127V AUDIO OUT VIDEO COMPONENT
L
COAXIAL OUT VIDEO OUT

8 S-VIDEO
Manufactured under license from Digital Theater Systems,
lnc. US Pat. No . 5,451,942, 5,956,674, 5,974,380,
5,978,762 and other world-wide patents issued and pending
Pb
12
R FM
220 OUT ."DTS" and "DTS Digital Surround" are registered trademarks 75 OHMS
240V of Digital Theater Systems, Inc. Copyright 1996,2000
8 OHMS 4 OHMS Y
Digital Theater Systems, Inc. All rights reserved.
MINIMUM RATED SPEAKER IMPEDANCE

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The rating label is located on the bottom of the unit.

1. AC Power Input Socket


Cooling fan
2. Cooling Fan
This unit is fitted with a cooling fan at the rear for improved
3. Speaker Terminals cooling. Do not cover the opening in this section with any
obstacles.
4. Audio Input Sockets (TV/AUX)
TV AUX AUDIO

5. Audio Output Sockets


AC FRONT SURROUND SUB Manufactured u
INPUT R L CENTER R L WOOFER IN IN OUT DIGITAL
110 "Dolby", "Pro Lo
127V AUDIO OUT VIDEO trademarks of D
L
COAXIAL OUT
Manufactured un
lnc. US Pat. No .
S-VIDEO 5,978,762 and oth
R OUT
220 ."DTS" and "DTS
240V

6. Video Output Socket


of Digital Theater
8 OHMS 4 OHMS
Digital Theater S
MINIMUM RATED SPEAKER IMPEDANCE

7. AM Loop Aerial Socket


cooling fan
8. AC Voltage Selector
9. Digital Output Socket (Coaxial) Caution:
10. S-video Output Socket ● The unit will get warm whilst being used. Do not touch
the warm areas of the unit for prolonged periods to avoid
11. Component Video output Sockets damage to you.
12. FM 75 Ohms Aerial Socket ● This unit is equipped with a special function which pro-
tects the amplifier circuit from damages. When it is acti-
vated, the sound switch is turned off. In this case,
unplug the unit and, after 15 minutes or more, plug it in
again.

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■ Remote Control
1. Remote Control Transmitter
2. On/Stand-by Button
1
3. Function Button
4. Direct Number Buttons
5. Mic Button
2 ON/STAND BY OPEN/CLOSE 23 6. Sleep Button
FUNCTION I/P SCAN

24 7. Display Button
3
MUTE
8. Direct Button
4 25 9. EQ (equalizer) Button
5 26 10. Surround/Stereo (2-ch) Listening Mode Button
6 27 11. Volume Up and Down or Speaker Level Adjust Buttons
12. Title Select Button
7 SLEEP MIC KEY ECHO
28 13. Cursor Buttons
8 DISPLAY DIRECT ZOOM PROG

14. Set Up Menu Button


29
9 EQ LISTENING REPEAT A-B
15. Play or Pause Button
30 16. Stop Button
10 ADJ/VOL

11 31 17. Fast Reverse or Tuning Down Button


TITLE MENU/PBC 18. Fast Forward or Tuning Up Button
12 32
19. NTSC/PAL Select Button
13 ENTER
33 20. Frame Advance Button
SETUP RETURN

14 34 21. FM Stereo/Mono Select Button


15 STOP PLAY/PAUSE SLOW/
MEMORY
35 22. Angle Select Button
23. Disc Tray Open/Close Button
16 36
V TUNING
V
V PRESET
V
24. Interlace and Progressive Scan Button
17 25. Mute Button
37
18 NTSC/PAL ST/MO LANGUAGE MODE
26. Key Button
19 STEP ANGLE SUBTITLE AUDIO
38 27. Echo Button
20 39 28. Programme Button
29. Zoom Button
21 92LWIR150Z04D7
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30. A - B Repeat Button
22 41 31. Repeat Play Button
32. Menu/Playback /Control On/Off Button
33. Enter Button
34. Return Button
35. Slow Motion/Memory Button
36. Chapter (track) Skip Up or Preset Up Button
37. Chapter (track) Skip Down or Preset Down Button
38. Speaker Level Mode Button
39. Audio Select Button
40. Language Select Button
41. Subtitle Select Button

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MAIN UNIT REPAIR CHART

A A B C D E F G H I J K L
All Function VFD Display Ear Head Phone Cannot Read The AM FM
5.1-CH.STEREO AUDIO L/R OPTICAL Video S-Video AV CONNECTOR SCART SUB OUT
No Show
No Working No Output No Output No Output No Output No Output No Output No Sound Disc Or Intermittent No Output
And Key Function No Output

VFD Display
No Show
And Key Function

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B A
Check CN902 voltage
YES YES
Check Control Board No RE-Insert and fix
PIN1 6.8VPIN7 8 AC CN201 CN202
All function PIN3 12VPIN2 4 6 GND the cable
Cable loose or bad INT
No Working PIN5 -24 V
Repair F1
NO Check Main Board Yes
IC953 or IC953 periphery
Check Main Board NO
IC208 or IC208 periphery
Yes
IC953 PIN3 5 V IC201 or IC201 periphery
Ye
s Check All System IC801 or IC801 periphery
RE-Insert and fix Repair
the cable All cable is loose Check Power Check RB201
or bad INT Power T901 Check Main Board Check Main Board Pin7 8 : AC Pin 6: -24V Pin5 5V No Repair power
NO
Circuit IC954 or IC954 periphery
Board
IC954 PIN3 5 V Pin13 12V-16V Supply circuit
PIN12 5V
No No
YES YES YES YES
Repair Yes
Panel stanby LED No Test CN903 PIN2 Repair Repair IC208 circuit
C show Working or Not Check Main Board IC210 circuit IC209 circuit short
20>STB>12V IC205 or IC205 periphery Check Main Board NO Check C285 anode Check Main Board NO IC201 pin short 1 10 19
NO IC505 periphery IC801 pin 35 47 ircuit short Check Main Board NO

13
to IC953 PIN3 return IC201 pin 147 152 35 44 53 62 96 104 185
IC205 PIN8 5V CN201 PIN 5 circuit short C285 Anode 5V IC210 PIN3 3.3V 170 ircuit short IC208PIN3 3.3V IC202 pin short 13 14 27 Check Control
Yes IC405 PIN 42 circuit short IC351 pin 5 ircuit short IC201 pin short1 3 9 14 27 43 49
IC201 pin short1 3 9 14 27 43 49 IC202A ( Data,CLK,STB ) Repair between the
Repair YES YES RA201 IC204 circuit short No Main board IC201
YES Pin8:CLKPin5 6: Data
Control Board No Check Main Board to VFD Display
IC 201A circuit Pin9:STB
CN202PIN4: IC202A Circuit
(HT48R05A) Check Check Check Main Board
12V<PIN4<16V IC801 IC201 IC351
NO IC201 PIN207=Reset NO Repair
Repair power IC801 Renewal bastard
PIN 19 58 circuit open
Confirm IC801 IC 201 PIN20(OSC IC201 circuit
Supply circuit IC201 IC351 OK XL201 circuit Yes
Yes frequency 27MHZ)

TROUBLESHOOTING CHART (1/3)


Check Main Board YES
No Repair between the
CN202PIN3: Check Control No
IC201A ( PIN 12 Voltage) IC201A
5V Repair
Check Main Board NO to RB201 Return
Yes IC204 PIN3 =3.3V IC105Circuit
TROUBLESHOOTING

D
Check Main Board Yes
Check Power No YES YES
CN903PIN1
Boaed
3.5V
Check IC201A Fettle Renewal IC201A
YES YES No
Yes XL301 Check
(OSC frequency 455KHZ) Repair XL301 Circuit

IC202 Fix softwre


Check Main Board NO Circuit IC201 to IC202 Yes
Check IC110 Circuit IC201 to IC203
Check IC110 PIN51 DSCK signal

YES Check
IC301 Circuit
E Check
NO
IC201 IC202 Renewal bastard
IC203 circuit

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MAIN UNIT REPAIR CHART
HT-CN150DVW

A B C D E F G H I J K
A
All Function VFD Display 5.1-CH.STEREO AUDIO L/R Video S-Video AUDIO OUT COAXIAL COMPONET VIDEO MIC IN Cannot Read The AM FM
No Working No Show
And Key Function No Output No Output No Output No Output No Output No Sound No Sound Disc Or Intermittent No Output

E G

C AUDIO OUT COAXIAL


Video
No Output
No Output
5.1 - CH.STEREO

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No Output
Check Main Board NO
B Check Main Board NO JK804 cable is loose RE-Insert and fix
JK802 cable is loose RE-Insert and fix
or bad INT the cable
Check Main Board or bad INT the cable
No Repair
Check CN901
PIN1=+28VPIN3=GND Power Supply
Yes Yes
Yes
Check Main Board D Check Check Main Board
OP IC Audio signal output Check Main Board Yes
Between Main Board C257 signal output
Pin16 L OUT Yes Check Between L809 signal output
IC 501 Pin21 SR OUT L809 to JK101
Pin16 SL OUT IC501-IC503 to AUDIO L/R
IC502 Pin21 R OUT JK501 Circuit
C OUT
No Output NO
IC503 Pin16
Pin21 SW OUT NO

No
Check Main Board Between

14
C Check Main Board Check Main Board Between IC201 Pin114 to C257
Check Main Board Check Between
Low YES
IC501-503 Confirm mainframe mute off IC406 Pin1 7 IC201 Pin110 to L809 CIRCUIT Filter Circuit
signal output IC406 TO JK401
Check Main Board mute circuit
Mute Return circuit
No

High Check Main Board YES Check F


IC406 Pin2 6 IC406 voltage Circuit H
signal IN Check IC406
Gradually disturb each import S-Video

TROUBLESHOOTING CHART (2/3)


Confirm IC501-503 fettle No No
Confirm Speake Renewal bastard No Output COMPONET VIDEO
Confirm every IC supply power Check Main Board No Output
YES Check Between
UP to C315-350 anode IC401 Pin1 7 IC401 to IC404
signal output
Check Main Board NO
Yes No RE-Insert and fix
D JK801 cable is loose Check Main Board
the cable NO
Check Main Board Check Main Board or bad INT RE-Insert and fix
YES Check JK806 cable is loose
IC351 supply power No Check Between
IC401 Pin2 6 IC401 voltage Circuit or bad INT the cable
Check IC351 PIN2 MCLK IC201 to IC351 Circuit Check IC401
Check IC351 PIN3 BCLK signal IN
Confirm IC201 fettle
Check IC351 PIN4 LRCK Yes
Check IC351 PIN7 DIN1 No
Yes
Check IC351 PIN8 DIN2
Check IC351 PIN3 DIN3 Check Main Board YES Check Check Main Board
IC351 IC351 voltage Circuit
Check IC351
signal IN CheckI351 to IC401 L812 L813 signal output Check Main Board
Yes
CN804 signal output

Check Main Board


NO
Confirm IC351 fettle
NO

E Check Main Board Between


IC201 Pin112 113 to L812 L813 Check Main Board Between
Filter Circuit IC201 Pin113 114 1125 to CN804
Filter Circuit

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
MAIN UNIT REPAIR CHART

H
A MIC IN I J K L
A B C D E F G H
No Output
AllFunction VFD Display 5.1-CH.STEREO AUDIOL/R
OPTICAL Video S-Video AV CONNECTOR SCART SUB OUT EarHead Phone Cannot Read The AM FM
No Working No Show
No Output No Output No Output No Output No Output No Output No Output No Sound Disc Or Intermittent No Output
AndKey Function

Check Main Board NO


JK 301 cable is loose RE-Insert and fix
or bad INT the cable K

Yes Cannot Read The

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Disc Or Intermittent
Check Main Board NO
CN 801B cable is loose RE-Insert and fix
B or bad INT the cable
Check Main Board
NO RE-Insert and fix NO DISC STATUS
CN801 CN803 CN812 CN813
the cable CN 803 PIN1 3V CN 813 PIN1 2 3 4 = 0V CN 812 PIN1 = PIN2
Yes cable is loose or bad INT
CN 803 PIN2 0V
CN 803 PIN3 0V
L
NO Check Main Board CN 803 PIN4 = CN803 PIN5
Disturb CN801B PIN 12 5.1 - CH.STEREO Yes
Confirm Speaker No Output procedure PLAY STATUS
AM FM
CN 803 PIN1 3V CN 803 PIN1 4V CN 812 PIN1 = PIN2
Check Main Board NO No Output
NO CN 803 PIN2 0V CN 803 PIN2 6.5V
RE-Insert and fix
Change Loader Loader is OK? C813 CN803 CN812 voltage CN 803 PIN3 0V CN 803 PIN3 0V
the cable
Yes CN801 signal IN CN 803 PIN4 = CN803 PIN5 CN 803 PIN4 2.3V

Check Main Board Between Check Main Board NO


ANT001 CN002 RE-Insert and fix

15
C CN801A TO CN801B CN803 NO CN813 NO CN812 NO
CN801 NO cable is loose or bad INT the cable

Change IC201 Pin 117 Repair IC201circuit Repair IC802 circuit Change IC804 ciruit
NO Repair IC802 circuit NO NO NO Repair IC804801 circuit
Change IC802 Repair IC802 118 Signal Repair IC201 Change IC802 Repair IC802 Change IC801 ciruit Repair Q800-803811 Yes
Yes
around circuit Change IC802 around circuit around circuit Change 0805 0806 ciruit Q813 around circuit

Check MIC Board No Check Main Board


ConfirmIC802A Periphery YES NO Check Main Board
Confirm IC801A802A803A Supply power YES CN 151
Renewalbastarf YES YES Voltage Circuit signal IN Supply Power
Disturb IC802APIN35 Confirm Speaker
PIN4 12V PIN5 6 7 8 signal IC201 Signal

TROUBLESHOOTING CHART (3/3)


Check Main Board
Yes
IC801 and IC201 connect
Check MIC Board Check Between
D Disturb IC803A PIN 7 No
IC 802A PIN35 to
Confirm Speaker
IC 803APIN7return
Pin1 Pin2 Pin3 Pin4 Pin5 Pin6 Pin7 Pin8 Pin9 Pin10 Pin11 Pin12 Pin13 Pin14

Yes 1.5V 2.5V 2.5V 1.5V 2.5V 0V 0V 12V 1.2V 1.5V 6.1 6.1V 2.5V 2.5V

Pin15 Pin16 Pin17 Pin18 Pin19 Pin20 Pin21 Pin22 Pin23 Pin24 Pin25 Pin26 Pin27 Pin28
Check MIC Board Check Between
No

NO DISC STATUS
Disturb IC801A PIN 15 IC801A PIN15 to 2.5V 2.5V 3.6V 3.6V 5V 2.5V 12V 0V 1.5V 2.5V 2.5V 1.5V 1.5V 0V
Confirm Speaker IC803APIN5 return
ControlIC802A Pin1 Pin2 Pin3 Pin4 Pin5 Pin6 Pin7 Pin8 Pin9 Pin10 Pin11 Pin12 Pin13 Pin14

1.5V 2.5V 2.5V 1.5V 2.5V 0V 0V 11V 5.2V 5.2V 5.5V 5.6V 2.5V 2.5V

Yes Pin15 Pin16 Pin17 Pin18 Pin19 Pin20 Pin21 Pin22 Pin23 Pin24 Pin25 Pin26 Pin27 Pin28

6.4V 5V 11V 2.5V 2.5V 1.5V 1.5V

CD PLAY STATUS
2.5V 2.5V 4.7V 2.5V 0 1.3V 2.3V
E Check MIC Board Check Between
No
Disturb R B855B RB 855B to
Confirm Speaker IC803A PIN3 return
ControlJK301 IC803A

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BLOCK DIAGRAM

+12V
-12V
FM IN
+5V
+6.8V
POWER
SUPPLY
PCON AM IN
-24V TEA5762H+SAA6588T
B 3.6V AC
RADIO PACK
GND
AC input 120V/230V RESET
+5V_STB

FLASH
SST39VF080

L
SDRAM
TV-IN 4MX16
R
C
IC TC4052B
L IC AT24C02
SERIAL EEPROM
AUX-IN
R

L CH 27MHZ

R CH
IC RC4558D
D

L
2*14W OUT
R

IC TDA7269

LINE OUT

SUB IC RC4558D IC RC4558D IC RC4558D IC RC4558D R


2*25W OUT
C
F IC TDA7265

L
SL
2*14W OUT IC M6244FP
SR
IC TDA7269 R
G

MIC IN
IC PT2399 VR

IC RC4558D IC RC4558D

1 2 3 4 5 6

BLOCK DIAGRA3M (1/2)

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SPDIF-IN
IC 74HC04
SPDIF-OUT

Y.V.U OUT

S-VIDEO

ES6629FD C-VIDEO

SCART

IO-PUT

IC 74HC374
VFD(DR1060)

IC 74HC374
IC HT16511 KEY

IO-PUT

IR HT48R05
L

LINE OUT IC WM8772


RC4558D PCON
R
D/A EXCHANGE

DVD LOADER
IC EC6603
SUB CH

SR CH
SL CH

(RF)
R CH

C CH
L CH

AT5660
(DRIVER)
IC RC4558D IC RC4558D IC RC4558D
RA0
M02

6 7 8 9 10 11 12

BLOCK DIAGRAM (2/2)

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SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS / IC’S PIN VOLTAGE

Standard Notes Notes:


1. Do not use the part number shown on these draw-
WARNING ings for ordering. The correct part number is shown
in the parts list, and may be slightly different or
Many electrical and mechanical parts in this chassis amended since these drawings were prepared.
have special characteristics. These characteristics often
pass unnoticed and the protection afforded by them 2. All resistance values are indicated in ohms (K=103,
cannot necessarily be obtained by using replacement M=106).
components rated for higher voltage, wattage, etc. 3. Resistor wattages are 1/4W or 1/6W unless other-
Replacement parts that have these special safety wise specified.
characteristics are identified in this manual and its 4. All capacitance values are indicated in µF
supplements; electrical components having such (P=10-6 µF).
features are identified by the mark " " in the schematic
diagram and the parts list. Before replacing any of these 5. All voltages are DC voltages unless otherwise speci-
components, read the parts list in this manual carefully. fied.
The use of substitute replacement parts that do not 6. Electrical parts such as capacitors, connectors, di-
have the same safety characteristics as specified in the odes, IC's, transistors, resistors, switches, and fuses
parts list may create shock, fire, or other hazards. are identified by four digits. The first two digits are
not shown for each component. In each block of the
diagram, there is a note such as shown below to
Capacitor Temperature Markings indicate these abbreviated two digits.

Mark Capacity Standard Temperature


change rate temperature range
(B) ±10% 20°C -25~+85°C
(F) +30 - 80% 20°C -25~+85°C
(SR) ±15% 20°C -25~+85°C
(Z) +30 - 80% 20°C -10~+70°C

Capacitors and transistors are represented by the


following symbols.

CBA Symbols

(Top View) (Bottom View)


+
Electrolytic Capacitor

(Top View) (Top View)

Transistor Transistor

ECB ECB

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LIST OF CAUTION, NOTES, AND SYMBOLS USED IN THE SCHEMATIC
DIAGRAMS ON THE FOLLOWING PAGES:

1. CAUTION:
FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION AGAINST FIRE HAZARD, REPLACE ONLY WITH THE
SAME TYPE FUSE.

2. CAUTION:
Fixed Voltage (or Auto voltage selectable) power supply circuit is used in this unit.
If Main Fuse (F1001) is blown, first check to see that all components in the power supply circuit are not defective
before you connect the AC plug to the AC power supply. Otherwise it may cause some components in the power
supply circuit to fail.

3. Note:
(1) Do not use the part number shown on the drawings for ordering. The correct part number is shown in the parts list,
and may be slightly different or amended since the drawings were prepared.
(2) To maintain original function and reliability of repaired units, use only original replacement parts which are listed
with their part numbers in the parts list section of the service manual.

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MAIN CIRCUIT DIAGRAM

R-IN1

L-IN1
R323 47K R
AIL

IC301 TC4052B
R
R324 47K
12
AIR X0
14 R
X1 R315 100K
JK401-A 15
R301 43K X2 X-COM
11 R
L X3
L301 100ohm C301
100P 1
Y0
TV IN

B
5
Y1 C
C302 2 R316 100K
Y2 15
100P Y-COM
4
Y3
R
L302 100ohm R302 43K 6
10
A

100K

100K
100K

100K

100K

100K
9
B

10
5

10
R303 43K VDD
6
L INH

R308

R310

R312
R311
R305

R306

R307
8

R309
L303 100ohm C303 VEE C429
VSS R319 220
100P P+12V
AUX IN

R320 220
C304 P-12V R421
100P

R4024 4.7K
R

100u/16
L304 100ohm R304 43K R431

100u/16
JK401-B

5V6
5V6

104

104
2

ZD302
C312

C314
ZD301

C313
C311
3

C R432

1KB(33K)
CN151 FOR TUNER PCB

1 LEFT 104(OPEN)
2 GND

R420

4.7K
3 RIGHT C4
4 TVCC 15
TVCC

R4023
5 ENABL 4 5
3 6 TUN-CE 4052-A
6 DATA TUN-DATA
2 7 TUN-CLK 4052-B
7 CLOCK 1 8 TUN-ST
8 STEREO

100K(33K)
RA301 33x4
9
+5V
10 SCI

100K

100K

100K

100K

100K

100K
SCL_RDS
11 SDA
SDA_RDS
12

R423
DAVN

R487

R488

R489

R490

R491

R492
DAVN_RDS

D316 1N4148 1N4148 D317

D BMUTE
D301 1N4148

D302 1N4148
P+12V
T5V

10u/16V

10u/16V

10u/16V

10u/16V
D305 (OPEN)1N4148
220

C440

C439

C441

C438
D304 1N4148

10u/16V
R424

AMUTE
CN201 FOR RB201
E-D(SW)
D305 1N4148(OPEN)
47u/16

10

12

13

14

15
11
5V6

9
22K
22K
104

22K
22K
2
0

VFD-CE D306 1N4148

LIN
AVDD

GNDC

GNDR
CIN
OUT4

OUT3

OUT2

OUT1

GNDS

SLIN
SWIN

GNDL
RIN
SRIN
3
ZD401
R3

R426

D307
R425

R428
VFD-CLK R427
C454
C453

1N4148(OPEN)
4
VFD-DATE

5.6K
R1
5

5.6K
+5V

R2
D308 1N4148 IC405
6 M62446FP C3 33P
-24V
E 7 D309 1N4148
P-12V

+5V
47K

AC1

MICR

MICL
8
AC2
47u/16

47u/16
220
R321

9
104
5V6

IR

SWOUT
104

SROUT

SLOUT
LATCH
220

DGND

AGND
DVDD

COUT

ROUT

AVSS
LOUT
DATA
CLK

CL1

CL2
CN202 FOR RB202
ZD402

C458
C455

C457
R429

C456

R430

42

41

40

39

38

37

36

35

34

33

32

31

30

29

28
EN2(OPEN) D310 1N4148
MUTE

4u7
EN1(OPEN)
6KB

C471uF
D311 1N4148(OPEN) M62446-CLK
M62446-DATA
Q301
R322

C449
M62446-CE

C472
2SC945
B

D312 1N4148 C452 C451 C450


ST
30P 30P 30P

1uF
T5V D313 1N4148

D314 1N4148(OPEN)
3V3

24V

F
R260 470

R261 470

D315 1N4148 VDDP


ZD202

ZD203

R463 27K
473

473

473

R967 10K C497 10u/16V


R464 27K
C487

ST C474 C473
C482
C480

C479

C481 563 563


R470 100K 563 563
22k

Q404
10K(1K)
100u/25

2SA733(OPEN)
C984

124K
124

390K

C488563
33K
22K

15K

33K
R966

33K

15K

15K
33K
33K

15V
15K

15K
R458
R461
R462

R459

R457
C492

R460

R452

R451
C491

R453

R561
R454
R456

R455
10k(OPEN)

10k(OPEN)

R4009

R4008

R4007

R4006
4.7K

4.7K
R4010

4.7K

4.7K
4.7K

CN903 FOR SWITCH POWER PCB


C475
104
C476
C483
C484

104
104

G
C493 B
5

104 102 104


R465

R466

C494 C469
+

+
-

-
-

-
104

151
151
151

R571100K
D B+

D B+

D B+

CN902 FOR SWITCH POWER PCB


D B-

D B-
JRC4558d

151

D B-
151
IC409-B
B

B
4

1
+6VB
C4007
C4008

JRC4558d
JRC4558d
C4011
R4005

JRC4558d
1

R4001

2
1
R4002
JRC4558d
7

7
R4004

C4010

4.7K
4.7K

IC407-A
IC409-B

IC407-B
C4009
JRC4558d

4.7K
4.7K

IC409-A

R968
IC409-A

3
+12V
1 1/2W P-12V P-12V P-12V P-12V P+12V P-12V
4
B

L-0
5 C477 10u/16V
-24V C486 C485
C495 C490 C478
6 10u/16V 10u/16V 10u/16V
C

10u/16V 10u/16V
E

R655 110 R501 5K6


7 Q405 2SC945(OPEN)
AC1
8 R656 110 R502 5K6
AC2 SUB R-0

R467 3K3(OPEN)
R657 110 R521 5K6

H L951 100
R658 110 R522 5K6

VDDP
R659 110 R541 5K6
+27V

R670 110 R542 5K6


10K
104

D951 1N4148
R953 10K
100u/50

BMUTE
00K(10K)

00K(10K)

00K(10K)

C959
C955

C957 +12V
1 2 3 4 5 6
R951

470u/50 470u/50
C951

L956 100uH
TVCC

MAIN CIRCUIT DIAGRAM (1/4)

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SUB1

SR1

SL1
C1

R1

L1
47

47

47

47

47
47
R498

R497

R496

R495

R494

R493
R401 4K7 R402 27K

C403
R416 1K 150P
R403 1K IC401-A C405
C401 JRC4558d 10u/16V
C426 10u/16V - R431 47K
103 2 1 C461 47P
R417 4K7 O
C402 B-
103(562) + 4
3 C463
R418 1K C427
103 10u/16V
R436 33K(56K) R437 4K7(330)

470P(100P)
R432 68K
R404 4K7 R405 27K C404 104 P-12V
R419 43K

47K
R433 360K

15K(3.3K)
C408 -

R438
2 1
R406 1K 150P IC401-B C410 B- O

R439

C464
C406 JRC4558d 10u/16V + IC406-A
C428 -
103 6 7 3 4 Jrc4558d
150P O R434 360K
C407 B+
IC403-B 103(562) Q401 CM5783
+ JK401-C
JRC4558d 5 8 P-12V
- R435 E c
6 7 56K L

R-2
10u/16V

B+ O 104
L306 100ohm
R408 27K C409 104 P+12V C462
+

LINE OUT
5 8
B
C413
C430

C429 104 P+12V R407 4K7 R409 1K 150P IC402-A C415


JRC4558d 10u/16V L305 100ohm
- R440 47K E c
2 1 C465 47P R
O C467
R421 47K C411 C412 B-
103 103(562 + R441 68K 10u/16V
3 4 R444 33K

C468470P(100P)
R442 68K B

CM5783

47K
R431 560P(150)

R4454K7(330)
C414 104

15K(3.3K)
R411 27K P-12V

Q402
R443 68K

R446
-
- 6 7
2 B+ O

R447
11 C418
B- O 150P IC402-B IC406-B
R410 4K7 R412 1K C420 +
5 8 JRC4558d
R4022 39K

+ IC404-A JRC4558d 10u/16V


3 4 JRC4558d -
R432 6 O
7
C416 C417 B+
R422 P-12V 103 103(562 +

SR-2
104(OPEN) 5 8 P+12V
15K(5.6K) C466

47K(3.3K)

47K(3.3K)

47K(3.3K)
P+12V

104
R414 27K
4.7K

C419 104
C433 Q403

1K

1K
R450 10K
150 2SA733
IC404-B
10u/16V

C423
R4023

R471

R472

R471
0.047uF

JRC4558d

R448

R449
C425

- 150P IC403
6 R413 4K7 R415 1K
7 JRC4558d
B+ O -
+ 2 O 1
R4021

C421 C422
C434

5 8 B-
39K

103 103(562 + AOL


100K(33K)

Q407
C-2

3 4
2SC945

C
104(OPEN)

P+12V Q409
0.047uF

2SA733

470P
47K
C435

P-12V

B
R477 4.3K(4K7)
C424 104

R476 4.3K(10K)
R423

R474

R4011

C4001
R486 2.2K(47K)
R479 47K
C436

E
10K
R484

1N4148
R485 18K
18K

R478 100KK
Q408
2SC945 AOR

C
D318
R483 18K

470P
47K
R474

R476 1K
10u/16V

R482 20K
2.2K(47K)

E
C438

R4012

C4002
R481 VCC
10u/16V

20K
C437

BLNK

C
13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

R4 10K
B Q1
474

153

152
LIN
GNDL

2SC945
RIN

LTRE
BYPASSR

BYPASSL

LBASS3

LBASS2

LBASS1

10K
C444

E
C442

C443

JK5001
7
R5

ESS
5.6K
R2

RB5001 6
C4 33P TO CN5001
1 3
C447 152

2 2
MICL

3 4
474

153
RBASS3

RBASS2

RBASS1

C 4 5
Q2
RTRE
AVSS

R7 3.3K 2SA733 R8 10K


CR1

CR2
CL1

CL2

B Q3
C445

C446

2SC945 1
IN4148
30

29

28

27

26

25

24

23

22

E
4u7

4u7
C471uF

D1

7V5

100u/16V

R6 100k
C449

C448

C5
56K

ZD1

R468 CN401
OPEN
R9

12K(OPEN)
1
SUB
VCC+27V

C496104(OPEN)

2
47K(OPEN)
R469

VDDP VSSP
C508 47U/63V C511 104
VDDP

VSSP

VDDP R563 39K R564 220


VSSP
C512 104
R565 220
F_A

CLOCK
MODE 2 C509 104 C513 104
R510 10
1N4148

R566 220
5.1

5.1

22

D504

MODE 3 C514 104


14

VDDP2 23
10

C510 104
OSC 7
3

R513

R515

R517
5V6

BOOT1
VDDA2

VDDA1

VDDP1
MODE

C501 474
224
10K(330)

8
10K(1K)

IN1+ 15
M1uF

103
560P

560P

R519 10K
153

224

C5061 103
15K

C503
C507
ZD501

330P
C5094
C527

9
R451

R561

C521
R562

C523

C525

C529

IN1-
C505 5K6 C505 474 OUT1 16
11 SGND1
c IC501 TDA8921TH L501 27uH
2
B Q501 SGND2
21
25C945 C506 474 OUT2
M1uF

C506 5K6
560P

560P

224

L502 27uH
103

5
153

IN2+
151

E
R571100K

C504
IN2+
C522

R520

330P
10K
C5062
C524

C526

C530
C528
C4007

BOOT2
VSSP1

VSSP2
VSSA2

ASSA1

4
STABI

PROT
VSSD

SBVD

IN2- 22
5.1

5.1

22

C502 474
103
153
17

20
1

12

24

18

13

19

1N4148
68P

R514
224

R516

R518

D506

C515 104
104

104

6V
C517

C518

C521

C5095

5K6
C519

C520

F_A

C516 104
R511 10
VDDP

VSSP

5K6
VSSP VSSP
332(390)

332(390)

332(390)

5K6
MODE2

VDDP VSSP
C541 104
VDDP

VSSP

C539 47U/63V
332(390)

5K6 12
VSSP
F_A

C542 104 11
5K6 R
C5053

C5054

C5055

C5056

CLOCK
D501 1N4148

C537 104 C543 104


R527 10 10
5K6
L
5.1

5.1

22

C544 104
14

VDDP2 23
10

C538 104 9
6

OSC 7

R529

R531

R533
100K(10K)

100K(10K)

100K(10K)

100K(10K)

100K(10K)

7 8 9 10 11 12
BOOT1
VDDA2

VDDA1

VDDP1
MODE

C5096

C531 474
M1uF

15
103

8 8
IN1+
100K

560P

560P

103

C
153

224

10K

C533
330P 7
3

MAIN CIRCUIT DIAGRAM (2/4)

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HT-CN150DVW
M62446-DATA

C47
Q301

R322

C449
M62446-CE

C472
2SC945

B
D312 1N4148 C452 C451 C450
ST
30P 30P 30P

1uF
T5V D313 1N4148

D314 1N4148(OPEN)

3V3

24V
R260 470

R261 470
D315 1N4148 VDDP

ZD202

ZD203
A
R463 27K

473

473

473
R967 10K C497 10u/16V
R464 27K

C487
ST C474 C473
C482

C480

C479
C481 563 563
R470 100K 563 563

22k
Q404

10K(330)
10K(1K)
100u/25
2SA733(OPEN)

C984

124K
124

390K
C488563

33K
22K

15K

33K
R966

33K

15K

15K
33K
33K
15V

15K

15K
R458
R461
R462

R459

R457
C492

R460

R452

R451
C491

R453

R561
R454

R562
R456

R455
10k(OPEN)

10k(OPEN)

R4009

R4008

R4007

R4006
4.7K

4.7K
R4010

4.7K

4.7K
4.7K
CN903 FOR SWITCH POWER PCB

C475
104
C476
C483
C484

104
104
C493 B

2
104 102 104

R465

R466
C494 C469

+
-

-
-

-
104

151
151
151

R571100K
D B+

D B+

D B+
CN902 FOR SWITCH POWER PCB

D B-

D B-
JRC4558d

151

D B-
151
IC409-B
B

B
4

4
1
+6VB

C4007
C4008

JRC4558d
JRC4558d
C4011
R4005

JRC4558d
1

R4001
2

1
R4002
JRC4558d
7

7
R4004

C4010

4.7K
4.7K

IC407-A
IC409-B

IC407-B
C4009
JRC4558d

4.7K
4.7K

IC409-A
R968

IC409-A
3
+12V
1 1/2W P-12V P-12V P-12V P-12V P+12V P-12V
4

B
L-0
5 C477 10u/16V
-24V C486 C485
C495 C490 C478
6 10u/16V 10u/16V 10u/16V

C
10u/16V 10u/16V

E
R655 110 R501 5K6
7 Q405 2SC945(OPEN)
AC1
8 R656 110 R502 5K6
AC2 SUB R-0

R467 3K3(OPEN)
R657 110 R521 5K6

R658 110 R522 5K6


L951 100
VDDP
R659 110 R541 5K6
+27V

C
R670 110 R542 5K6
10K
104

D951 1N4148
R953 10K
100u/50

BMUTE

100K(10K)

100K(10K)

100K(10K)
C959
C955

C957 +12V
R951

470u/50 470u/50
C951

L956 100uH
TVCC
1

220u/25

R544

R503

R504
L955 100uH R955 100K
2

220u/16
104

TP951
100u/16

C964

C966
C961

3 C963 Q951
104 2SA952
470u/16v
C902

Q952

C965
-27V
FOR SWITCH POWER PCB

CN901
10K

2SC945
104

B R956 10K
100u/50
C956

C958 C960
470u/50 470u/50 L957 100uH(10uH) R954 4K7
R952
C952

C E Tun_B+/SW

P+12V
L952 100 C967
+6VB

220u/16v C968 +M5V


VSSP
104 R970
+5V 1M(OPEN)

D -24V
R957 180 1W
1 IC953 3
C985 470u/16 VCC
R963 0

BA05T D960 OPEN(0)

R965 OPEN(51K)
R960 390 1/2W
E C
220u/25

C983 10u/16V
P-12V
2

C974 C976
C973

2SA952

104
Q953 104 C975 104
2SA952 220u/10v
R959
B 220 R961 22 1/2W Q955

C982
B
2SC945
R958 330
1 IC954 3 Q954 R962
220u/16

2K2 (1.5K)

7V(OPEN)
BA05T

ZD952
12V

E
220u/25

2
100u/25

100u/25

C969
C977

C972 C978 C980


C971
C970

104 C979 R988 2K2(OPEN)


ZD951

104 104 104


C981

220u/10v

C988
10u/16V(OPEN)

1
CN908

E
C507

C507

TO SWITCH POWER PCB C507

C507

SWITCH POWER C507

C507

1 2 3 4 5 6
MAIN CIRCUIT DIAGRAM (3/4)

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C472

C5

R6 10
C44

C44

100u/
56K

ZD1
R468 CN401

1uF
OPEN

R9
12K(OPEN)
1
SUB

VCC+27V

C496104(OPEN)
2

47K(OPEN)
R469
VDDP VSSP
C508 47U/63V C511 104

VDDP

VSSP
VDDP R563 39K R564 220
VSSP
C512 104
R565 220

F_A
CLOCK
MODE 2 C509 104 C513 104
R510 10

1N4148
R566 220

5.1

5.1

22

D504
MODE 3 C514 104
C473

14

VDDP2 23
10
C510 104

OSC 7
563

R513

R515

R517
5V6

BOOT1
VDDA2

VDDA1

VDDP1
MODE
C501 474

224
10K(330)

8
10K(1K)

IN1+ 15

M1uF

103
560P

560P

R519 10K
153

224

C5061 103
15K

C503
C507
ZD501

330P

C5094
C527
9
R451

R561

C521
R562

C523

C525

C529
IN1-
R4006
4.7K

c
C505 5K6 C505 474
11 SGND1
IC501 TDA8921TH OUT1 16
L501 27uH
104

2
B Q501 SGND2
21
3

25C945 C506 474 OUT2

M1uF
C506 5K6

560P

560P

224
L502 27uH
+

103
5
-

153
IN2+
151

E
R571100K
D B-

C504
IN2+

C522
4

R520
330P

10K
C5062
C524

C526

C530
C528
C4007
JRC4558d

BOOT2
VSSP1

VSSP2
VSSA2

ASSA1
R4001

STABI
4

PROT
1

VSSD

SBVD
4.7K

22
IC407-A

IN2-

5.1

5.1

22
C502 474

103
153
17

20
1

12

24

18

13

19

1N4148
68P

R514
224

R516

R518

D506
L-0
C515 104

104

104
C477 10u/16V

C517

C518

C521

C5095
110 R501 5K6

C519

C520

F_A
C516 104
R511 10

VDDP

VSSP
110 R502 5K6
VSSP VSSP
332(390)

332(390)

332(390)

110 R521 5K6

MODE2
VDDP VSSP
C541 104

VDDP

VSSP
C539 47U/63V
332(390)

R522 5K6 12
110
VSSP

F_A
C542 104 11
110 R541 5K6 R
C5053

C5054

C5055

C5056

CLOCK

D501 1N4148
C537 104 C543 104
R527 10 10
110 R542 5K6
L

5.1

5.1

22
C544 104

14

VDDP2 23
10
C538 104 9
6

OSC 7

R529

R531

R533
100K(10K)

100K(10K)

100K(10K)

100K(10K)

100K(10K)

100K(10K)

BOOT1
VDDA2

VDDA1

VDDP1
MODE

C5096
C531 474

M1uF
15

103
8 8
IN1+
100K

560P

560P

103
C

153

224

R535 10K
C533
330P 7
R544

R503

R504

R523

R524

R543

R544

C567

C5063
9

C561

C569
C563

C565
IN1-

IC502
R525 5K6 16 6
C535 474 OUT1
11

2
SGND1
TDA8921TH L503 27uH
5
SGND2 21 SR
C536 474 OUT2

M1uF
R526 5K6

560P

560P
153
4

224
5 L504 27uH

103
IN2+ SL
C534

R536
IN2+ 3

C562

10K
330P

C564

C566

C570
C568

C5064
BOOT2
VSSP1

VSSP2
VSSA2

ASSA1

STABI

22
PROT
VSSD

SBVD

4 2
R970 IN2-
SW

5.1

5.1

22
1M(OPEN) C532 474
22
1

12

24

18

13

19

17

20

1N4148

103
1
68P
224

R530

R532

R534

D503
104
R965 OPEN(51K)

C545 104
104
C547

C548

C5095
JK501
C983 10u/16V

C560
C549

F_A
C546 104
R528 10
332(390)

332(390)

VDDP

VSSP
VSSP VSSP
MODE3

VDDP VSSP
C580 104

VDDP
C5057

C5058

VSSP
C579 47U/63V

F_A
VSSP
C581 104

CLOCK

1N4148
C577 104 C582 104

D505
R547 10

22
5.1

5.1
C583 104
14

VDDP2 23
10

C578 104
7

R551
3
6

R549

R550
C571 474
MODE

BOOT1
VDDA2

VDDA1

VDDP1

OSC

8 15
IN1+

103
560P

560P

R552
M1uF

103

10K
224
153

C5071 104 C573


330P

C5093
C593

C5065
9
C590

C594
C591

C592

IN1-
C5072 104

IC503
R545 5K6 C575 474 16
OUT1
11

2
SGND1 TDA8921TH L505 27uH
C5073 104 SGND2
21
C576 474 OUT2
M1uF

R546 5K6
560P

560P

L506 27uH
224

103
5
153

IN2+
C5074 104
C574
IN2+

R556
C595

10K
330P
C599
C596

C597

C598

C5066

L505 27uH
BOOT2
VSSA2

ASSA1

VSSP1

VSSP2
STABI
VSSD

4 22
PROT

SBVD

C5075 104 IN2-


5.1

5.1

22

C572 474
1

12

24

18

13

19

17

20

1N4148
68P

R553
224

C5076 104
R554

R555

C5091
D502

103
104

104

C584 104
C586

C587

C588

C589

C585 104
R548 10
F_A
VDDP

VSSP

VSSP VSSP

FERQ_HOP

IC505-B
L959 1uH C5047 33P R5044 10K CD4013BM
8
+5V SET IC504-D 74HCO4
12
9 Q
DATE 9 8
CF5041 C5048
11
102

>CLK
10K

600KHz 100P 13
1K

Q5041 10 Q
TO-IC504-IC505 RESET
C5045

2SC945
R5043
R5041

C5049 100P C
R5045 47K
B
C5041 10u/16V

104

104

104

IC505-A 12 13
1K