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RRV4596
VSX-1130-K

AV Receiver

VSX-1130-K
VSX-90
THIS MANUAL IS APPLICABLE TO THE FOLLOWING MODEL(S) AND TYPE(S).
Model Type Power Requirement Remarks

VSX-1130-K CUXESM AC 120 V


VSX-90 CUXE AC 120 V

THIS SERVICE MANUAL SHOULD BE USED TOGETHER WITH THE FOLLOWING MANUAL(S).
Model Order No. Remarks

VSX-1130-K, VSX-90 RRV4597 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM, PCB CONNECTION DIAGRAM, PCB PARTS LIST

PIONEER CORPORATION 1-1, Shin-ogura, Saiwai-ku, Kawasaki-shi, Kanagawa 212-0031, Japan


PIONEER ELECTRONICS (USA) INC. P.O. Box 1760, Long Beach, CA 90801-1760, U.S.A.
PIONEER EUROPE NV Haven 1087, Keetberglaan 1, 9120 Melsele, Belgium
PIONEER ELECTRONICS ASIACENTRE PTE. LTD. 253 Alexandra Road, #04-01, Singapore 159936
PIONEER CORPORATION 2015
K-MZV MAR. 2015 Printed in Japan
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SAFETY INFORMATION

This service manual is intended for qualified service technicians; it is not meant for the casual do-it-
yourselfer. Qualified technicians have the necessary test equipment and tools, and have been trained
to properly and safely repair complex products such as those covered by this manual.
Improperly performed repairs can adversely affect the safety and reliability of the product and may
void the warranty. If you are not qualified to perform the repair of this product properly and safely, you
should not risk trying to do so and refer the repair to a qualified service technician.

WARNING
B This product may contain a chemical known to the State of California to cause cancer, or birth defects or other reproductive
harm.
Health & Safety Code Section 25249.6 - Proposition 65

(FOR USA MODEL ONLY)


ANY MEASUREMENTS NOT WITHIN THE LIMITS
1. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
OUTLINED ABOVE ARE INDICATIVE OF A POTENTIAL
The following check should be performed for the
SHOCK HAZARD AND MUST BE CORRECTED BEFORE
continued protection of the customer and service
RETURNING THE APPLIANCE TO THE CUSTOMER.
technician.
C LEAKAGE CURRENT CHECK
Measure leakage current to a known earth ground 2. PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE
(water pipe, conduit, etc.) by connecting a leakage Many electrical and mechanical parts in the appliance
current tester such as Simpson Model 229-2 or have special safety related characteristics. These are
equivalent between the earth ground and all exposed often not evident from visual inspection nor the protection
metal parts of the appliance (input/output terminals, afforded by them necessarily can be obtained by using
screwheads, metal overlays, control shaft, etc.). Plug replacement components rated for voltage, wattage, etc.
the AC line cord of the appliance directly into a 120 V Replacement parts which have these special safety
AC 60 Hz outlet and turn the AC power switch on. Any characteristics are identified in this Service Manual.
current measured must not exceed 0.5 mA. Electrical components having such features are
identified by marking with a > on the schematics and on
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the parts list in this Service Manual.
Reading should The use of a substitute replacement component which
Leakage not be above does not have the same safety characteristics as the
Device current 0.5 mA
under tester PIONEER recommended replacement one, shown in the
test parts list in this Service Manual, may create shock, fire,
Test all or other hazards.
exposed metal
surfaces Product Safety is continuously under review and new
instructions are issued from time to time. For the latest
information, always consult the current PIONEER Service
Also test with Manual. A subscription to, or additional copies of,
plug reversed Earth PIONEER Service Manual may be obtained at a nominal
E (Using AC adapter ground
plug as required) charge from PIONEER.

AC Leakage Test

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CONTENTS
SAFETY INFORMATION.......................................................................................................................................................... 2
1. SERVICE PRECAUTIONS .................................................................................................................................................... 4
1.1 NOTES ON SOLDERING ............................................................................................................................................... 4 A
1.2 SERVICE NOTICE.......................................................................................................................................................... 4
2. SPECIFICATIONS................................................................................................................................................................. 5
3. BASIC ITEMS FOR SERVICE .............................................................................................................................................. 6
3.1 CHECK POINTS AFTER SERVICING ........................................................................................................................... 6
3.2 JIGS LIST ....................................................................................................................................................................... 6
3.3 PCB LOCATIONS ........................................................................................................................................................... 7
4. BLOCK DIAGRAM .............................................................................................................................................................. 10
4.1 OVERALL WIRING DIAGRAM ..................................................................................................................................... 10
4.2 AUDIO BLOCK DIAGRAM............................................................................................................................................ 12
4.3 DMAIN BLOCK DIAGRAM (AUDIO)............................................................................................................................. 14
4.4 VIDEO BLOCK DIAGRAM............................................................................................................................................ 16
4.5 DMAIN BLOCK DIAGRAM (VIDEO)............................................................................................................................. 18 B
4.6 POWER SUPPLY BLOCK DIAGRAM........................................................................................................................... 20
4.7 GND BLOCK DIAGRAM ............................................................................................................................................... 22
5. DIAGNOSIS ........................................................................................................................................................................ 24
5.1 TROUBLESHOOTING.................................................................................................................................................. 24
5.2 CONFIMATION OF THE NETWORK MODULE ........................................................................................................... 30
5.3 ERROR INDICATIONS ................................................................................................................................................. 32
5.4 PROTECTION CIRCUIT............................................................................................................................................... 34
6. SERVICE MODE ................................................................................................................................................................. 36
6.1 TEST MODE................................................................................................................................................................. 36
6.2 DEFAULT SETTINGS ................................................................................................................................................... 38
7. DISASSEMBLY ................................................................................................................................................................... 39
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8. EACH SETTING AND ADJUSTMENT ................................................................................................................................ 48
8.1 ADJUSTMENT REQUIRED WHEN THE UNIT IS REPAIRED OR REPLACED .......................................................... 48
8.2 USB BACKUP............................................................................................................................................................... 49
8.3 UPDATING OF THE FIRMWARE ................................................................................................................................. 50
8.4 IDLE CURRENT ADJUSTMENT .................................................................................................................................. 53
9. EXPLODED VIEWS AND PARTS LIST............................................................................................................................... 54
9.1 PACKING SECTION ..................................................................................................................................................... 54
9.2 EXTERIOR SECION..................................................................................................................................................... 56

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1. SERVICE PRECAUTIONS
1.1 NOTES ON SOLDERING
A • For environmental protection, lead-free solder is used on the printed circuit boards mounted in this unit.
Be sure to use lead-free solder and a soldering iron that can meet specifications for use with lead-free solders for repairs
accompanied by reworking of soldering.

• Compared with conventional eutectic solders, lead-free solders have higher melting points, by approximately 40 ºC.
Therefore, for lead-free soldering, the tip temperature of a soldering iron must be set to around 373 ºC in general, although
the temperature depends on the heat capacity of the PC board on which reworking is required and the weight of the tip of
the soldering iron.

Do NOT use a soldering iron whose tip temperature cannot be controlled.

Compared with eutectic solders, lead-free solders have higher bond strengths but slower wetting times and higher melting
B
temperatures (hard to melt/easy to harden).

The following lead-free solders are available as service parts:


• Parts numbers of lead-free solder:
GYP1006 1.0 in dia.
GYP1007 0.6 in dia.
GYP1008 0.3 in dia.

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1.2 SERVICE NOTICE
Discharging
For more detail, please refer to "7. DISASSEMBLY - 1. Discharging".

Notice of the Parts exchange


As the screw covers for the speaker terminals are subject to breakage, be careful when removing them.
If a screw cover is broken during removal, replace it with a new one.
Continuous use of a broken screw cover may cause short-circuiting of speaker terminals.
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2. SPECIFICATIONS

Amplifier section Miscellaneous A


Continuous average power output of 100 watts* per channel, min., Power requirements.................................................AC 120 V, 60 Hz
at 8 ohms, from 20 Hz to 20 000 Hz with no more than 0.08 %** Power consumption ................................................................ 550 W
total harmonic distortion. In standby................................................................................ 0.1 W
Front (stereo) ........................................................ 100 W + 100 W In standby (HDMI control on)................................................... 0.3 W
Power output (1 kHz, 6 Ω, 1 %, 1 ch driven) .......................... 165 W In standby (Network standby on)............................................. 2.7 W
Guaranteed speaker impedance .................................... 6 Ω to 16 Ω In standby (Network standby on, wireless LAN connected) .... 3.0 W
* Measured pursuant to the Federal Trade Commission’s Trade In standby (HDMI control on, Network standby on)................. 2.7 W
Regulation rule on Power Output Claims for Amplifiers In standby (HDMI control on, Network standby on, wireless LAN
** Measured by Audio Spectrum Analyzer connected).......................................................................... 3.0 W
Auto power down ...................... 15 min, 30 min, 60 min, off (default)
Audio Section Dimensions...................... 435 mm (W) x 168 mm (H) x 363 mm (D)
Input (Sensitivity/Impedance) (17 3/16 in. (W) x 6 5/8 in. (H) x 14 5/16 in. (D))
LINE.........................................................................315 mV/47 kΩ Weight (without package) ...................................9.8 kg (21 lb 10 oz) B
Signal-to-Noise Ratio (IHF, short circuited, A network)
LINE.................................................................................... 101 dB

Tuner Section
Frequency Range (FM) .................................87.5 MHz to 108 MHz
Antenna Input (FM)............................................... 75 Ω unbalanced
Frequency Range (AM) ................................. 530 kHz to 1 700 kHz
Antenna (AM) ...........................................Loop antenna (balanced)

Video Section
Signal level
Composite Video ...................................................... 1 Vp-p (75 Ω)
Component Video...... Y: 1.0 Vp-p (75 W), PB/PR: 0.7 Vp-p (75 Ω)
Corresponding maximum resolution C
Component Video................................................... 1080p (1125p)

Bluetooth Section
Version..................................Bluetooth Specification Ver. 2.1 + EDR
Output.............................................. Bluetooth Specification Class 2
Estimated line-of-sight transmission distance* ............... About 10 m
* The line-of-sight transmission distance is an estimate. Actual
transmission distances supported may differ depending on Accessories
surrounding conditions.
• MCACC Setup microphone
Frequency range.................................................................. 2.4 GHz
(APM7011)
Supported Bluetooth profiles ......................................A2DP, AVRCP
Supported Codec ................................SBC (Subband Codec), AAC
• Remote control unit
(8300772300010S) D
Digital In/Out Section
HDMI terminal .........................................................19-pin (Not DVI)
• AAA size IEC R03 dry cell batteries
HDMI output type............................................................. 5 V, 55 mA
HDMI input/MHL terminal .............................................. 5 V, 900 mA
• AM loop antenna
USB terminal .........................USB2.0 High Speed (Type A) 5 V, 1 A
(E605010140010S)
iPod terminal.............................................................................. USB
• FM wire antenna
Integrated Control Section
(E605010140010-IL)
Control (IR) terminal ....................................ø 3.5 Mini-jack (MONO)
IR signal............................................ High Active (High Level: 2.0 V)
• Power cord (VSX-90 only)
(L068125130010S)
Network Section (Wired)
LAN terminal............................................ 10 BASE-T/100 BASE-TX
• CD-ROM E
(VSX-1130-K/CUXESM: 6517000002141S)
Network Section (Wireless)
(VSX-90/CUXE: 6517000002131S)
WLAN standards .............................. IEEE 802.11a, IEEE 802.11b,
IEEE 802.11g, IEEE 802.11n
• Quick start guide
Frequency band
(VSX-1130-K/CUXESM: 5707000009920S)
2.4 GHz band (2.412 GHz to 2.462 GHz)...........Channel 1 to Channel 11
(VSX-90/CUXE: 5707000009900S)
5 GHz band (5.180 GHz to 5.240 GHz, 5.745 GHz to 5.825 GHz) ............
Channel 36 to Channel 48,
• Safety Brochure
Channel 149 to Channel 165
Security ......................................................Disabled (no encryption)
• Warranty sheet
WEP (Key length: 64 bit/128 bit, Key format: ASCII/Hex)
WPA2 Mixed (WPA/WPA2, Encryption method: TKIP/AES,
Recognition method: PSK)
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3. BASIC ITEMS FOR SERVICE


3.1 CHECK POINTS AFTER SERVICING
A
Items to be checked after servicing
To keep the product quality after servicing, confirm recommended check points shown below.
No. Procedures Check points
1 Check the firmware version. The firmware version must be the latest one.
If it is not the latest one, be sure to update it.
2 Confirm whether the customer complain has been solved. The customer complain must not be reappeared.
If the customer complain occurs with the particular source, such Video, Audio and operations must be normal.
as Dolby Digital, DTS, AAC and HDMI, input it for the operation
check.
3 Check the analog audio playback. Each channel audio and operations must be normal.
(Make the analog connections with a CD/DVD/BD player.)
B 4 Check the HDMI digital audio playback. Each channel audio and operations must be normal.
(Make the digital connections with a BD player.)
5 Check a supported music file playback (e.g. wav. flac. mp3, etc). Audio and operations including OSD output must be normal.
(Make the connections with a USB memory or an iOS device)
6 Check surround playback. Each channel audio and operations must be normal.
(Select Surround mode and check the multichannel operations
via the DSP circuit.)
7 Check the video outputs. Video and operations must be normal.
(Connect with a BD player.)
8 Check the tuner (AM and FM) operations. Audio and operations must be normal.
9 Check the sound from headphone output. Sound must be normal, without noise.
C 10 Check the appearance of the product. No scratches or dirt on its appearance after receiving it for service.

See the table below for the items to be checked regarding video and audio.
Item to be checked regarding video Item to be checked regarding audio
Block noise Too dark Distortion Volume too high
Horizontal noise Too bright Noise Volume fluctuating
Flicker Mottled color Volume too low Sound interrupted
Disturbed image (video jumpiness)

3.2 JIGS LIST


Jigs List
Jig Name Part No. Remarks
13P extension jig cable GGD1740 Diagnosis (AMP7 Assy ↔ AUDIO Assy)
5P extension jig cable GGD1741 Diagnosis (AMP7 Assy ↔ CPU Assy)
Board to board extension jig cable (27P) GGD1873 Diagnosis (DMAIN Assy ↔ BRIDGE Assy)
Board to board extension jig cable (25P) GGD1874 Diagnosis (DMAIN Assy ↔ BRIDGE Assy)
E Board to board extension jig cable (15P) GGD1848 Diagnosis (DMAIN Assy ↔ CPU Assy)
Board to board extension jig cable (17P) GGD1889 Diagnosis (DMAIN Assy ↔ CPU Assy)
HDMI cable (Marketed product) Diagnosis (FHDMI Assy ↔ DMAIN Assy)
Cable tie (w.1.8 mm x100) GEC1041 To prevent the BRIDGE Assy from dropping out

Lubricants and Glues List

Name Part No. Remarks


Silicon grease GEM1057 Refer to "9.2 EXTERIOR SECTION".
F
GYA1011
Silicon adhesive Refer to "9.2 EXTERIOR SECTION".
(KE40RTV-W)

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3.3 PCB LOCATIONS

F CPU ASSY

E AUDIO ASSY
GUI-A ASSY
A MAIN ASSY

OPTCO ASSY C
NETWORK MODULE

SMPS ASSY M
B DMAIN ASSY

C
TEMP ASSY I D BRIDGE ASSY

G AMP7 ASSY

G-L ASSY G-R ASSY

HPMIC ASSY K H FHDMI ASSY

INSEL ASSY L
J FRONT ASSY
D

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A NOTES: - Parts marked by “NSP” are generally unavailable because they are not in our Master Spare Parts List.
- The > mark found on some component parts indicates the importance of the safety factor of the part.
Therefore, when replacing, be sure to use parts of identical designation.

LIST OF ASSEMBLIES
VSX-1130-K VSX-90
Mark Symbol and Description
/CUXESM /CUXE
NSP 1..PCB TTL ASSY MAIN 7025HK1401010 7025HK1401020
2..MAIN ASSY (PCB SUB ASSY MAIN) 7028077811040 7028077811010
2..BRIDGE ASSY (PCB SUB ASSY BRIDGE) 7028077812020 7028077812010
2..GUI-A ASSY (PCB SUB ASSY GUI-A) 7028077813010 7028077813010
B
2..G-R ASSY (PCB SUB ASSY G-R) 7028077814010 7028077814010
2..G-L ASSY (PCB SUB ASSY G-L) 7028077815010 7028077815010
2..TEMP ASSY (PCB SUB ASSY TEMP) 7028077816010 7028077816010

NSP 1..PCB TTL ASSY DMAIN 7025HK1401012 7025HK1401022


2..DMAIN ASSY (PCB SUB ASSY DMAIN) 7028077871040 7028077871010
2..NETWORK MODULE AXX7293 AXX7293

NSP 1..PCB TTL ASSY FRONT 7025HK1401011 7025HK1401021


2..FRONT ASSY (PCB SUB ASSY FRONT) 70280777210D0 70280777210A0
2..INSEL ASSY (PCB SUB ASSY INSEL) 70280777220A0 70280777220A0
C 2..OPTCO ASSY (PCB SUB ASSY OPTCO) 70280777230A0 70280777230A0
2..HPMIC ASSY (PCB SUB ASSY HPMIC) 70280777240A0 70280777240A0

NSP 1..PCB TTL ASSY CPU 7025HK1401013 7025HK1401023


2..CPU ASSY (PCB SUB ASSY CPU) 70280777310D0 70280777310A0

NSP 1..PCB TTL ASSY AMP7 7025HK1401014 7025HK1401024


2..AMP7 ASSY (PCB SUB ASSY AMP7) 7028077751010 7028077751010

NSP 1..PCB TTL ASSY AUDIO 7025HK1401015 7025HK1401025


2..AUDIO ASSY (PCB SUB ASSY AUDIO) 7028077841040 7028077841010
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NSP 1..PCB TTL ASSY SMPS 7025HK1401016 7025HK1401026
> 2..SMPS ASSY (PCB SUB ASSY SMPS) 702807336108B 702807336106B

NSP 1..PCB TTL ASSY FHDMI 7025HK1401017 7025HK1401027


2..FHDMI ASSY (PCB SUB ASSY FHDMI) 7028077881010 7028077881010

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4. BLOCK DIAGRAM
4.1 OVERALL WIRING DIAGRAM
A
- When ordering service parts, be sure to refer to "EXPLODED VIEWS and PARTS LIST" or "PCB PARTS LIST".
- The > mark found on some component parts indicates the importance of the safety factor of the part.
Therefore, when replacing, be sure to use parts of identical designation.
- : The power supply is shown with the marked box.

AC IN

CN1802

CP2009
B
CX100

CX101
7P WIRE(SMPS 5.6V)
OPTCO ASSY
(70280777230A0)
B B 1/11- B 11/11
(VSX-1130-K/CUXESM: 702807336108B)

DMAIN ASSY

CN9501
(VSX-1130-K/CUXESM: 70280778
(VSX-90/CUXE: 7028077871010)
(VSX-90/CUXE: 702807336106B)

CN9502
CX102

CN1801

CN2111
ASSY

C
D BRIDGE A
M SMPS

(VSX-1130-K
(VSX-90/CUX
MAIN TRANS

2P WIRE(SPK OUT SB)


10P WIRE(+/-B, GND)

(SPK OUT F)
(SPK OUT C/S)

3P WIRE
4P WIRE
CN3 CN2 CN1 CN5

CP5

TEMP ASSY
I
CP1

(S1)

(7028077816010) D10S

CP406
3P WIRE(NTC)

CP405
7P WIRE CP403

CN3004 (S4)

L
CN5

4P WIRE

INSEL ASSY
CN3501B

CN3501A

(70280777220A0)
J FRONT ASSY
(VSX-1130-K/CUXESM: 70280777210D0)
9P WIRE(HP/MIC)
(VSX-90/CUXE: 70280777210A0)
K HPMIC ASSY
CN7202A
CN7202B

F
(70280777240A0)

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CN313A

CP20
(VSX-1130-K/CUXESM: 70280777310D0)
(VSX-1130-K/CUXESM: 7028077841040)
CN9202

TUNER

(VSX-90/CUXE: 70280777310A0)
(VSX-90/CUXE: 7028077841010)

CN303A
CN902
CP17

CP19

CN312

CP12
B 11/11 B

CN607

CN302
Y
CP19

CP25

CPU ASSY
XESM: 7028077871040)
AUDIO ASSY

028077871010)

CN311

CP15
CN2103

F
E

CN1801 CN1504

JA9620
CN601

CN2111 CN2114 CP15

CARD CABLE
27P FFC

CN310
CP14 CN2107

CP21
CN301
CN2204 C
D BRIDGE ASSY

CN308A
(VSX-1130-K/CUXESM: 7028077812020)
(VSX-90/CUXE: 7028077812010)
5P WIRE(USB)_SHLD

A
13P WIRE (AUDIO)

CN305 CN314
(SPK OUT F)

MAIN ASSY
3P WIRE

CN5

(VSX-1130-K/CUXESM: 7028077811040)
(VSX-90/CUXE: 7028077811010)

HDMI CABLE
6P F_USB VCC WIRE

39P FFC CARD CABLE(FRONT)


5P WIRE
D

CP3
CP2

D10SB60 (S2)
7912 7812 7805 (S3)

5P WIRE(USB)_SHLD

G G 1/12, G 2/2 CP401 CP404 CN404

AMP7 ASSY
(7028077751010) E

GNDD KEY2
GNDD KEY1
CN3001

DC_DET FLOFFLED
GNDD MCACCLED
GNDD XFLRST
V+5R0_EV FLREQO
V+5R0_EV FLSO
USBDCERR FLSCK
Z2-KEY JOGA
POWKEY JOGB
VOLA GND_HP
VOLB HP_L
DIMCTL GND_HP
POWLED HP_R
SR_IN H/P DETECT
iPodLED XMICDET
CP3002 HDLED MICOUT
RYAC GNDA
KEY3 V-6.8_A
3P WIRE(F-USB/HDMI) V+6.8_A

HDMI CABLE
CP3603 CP3601
CNT-19P
JA8203

CN803

0280777210D0)
210A0) H FHDMI ASSY
(7028077881010) 6P F_USB VCC WIRE F
CN801

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4.2 AUDIO BLOCK DIAGRAM

BACK
FL-A

DA-FL

FR-A

R-CH DA-FR
Audio
Selction
C

DA-C

DIRECT
SL

DA-SL

SR

DA-SR

SBL/FL-H

DA-SBL/FL-H

HD ZONE DA-SBR/FR-H SBR/FR-H

DVD
IC2501
ANALOG SAT/CBL BD3473KS2
INPUT
CD VOLUME
AND SW

INPUT SELECTOR DA-SW

MIC(Mini Jack)
ZONE2

-6dB

TUNER

B DMAIN ASSY

HDMI IN IN1
IN2
IC1602
BD MN864787 I2S

HDMI RECEIVER
DSP

IN3 IC1201
IC9602 AK5358AET
HDMI4
NETWORK MODULE IC1202
SII9587CNUC-3 ADC ES9006S
HDMI6 AXX7293 Antenna
Switch
HDMI5 HDMI SWITCHER DAC(8CH)

Ethernet 2.4/5 GHz


E FEM
ETHERNET PHY

IC1506
Bluetooth
Baseband and
AK4118AEQ8
RF
DIR&DIT
USB FRONT H FHDMI ASSY

DACZ2L
IC1802
AK4388
DACZ2R
ZONE2 DAC
C OPTCO ASSY
IC9002
OPT(TV) HDZONE_L IC1801 D808K013DPTP456
AK4388
DIGITAL IN POWERED DSP
F COAX(DVD)
HDZONE_R
HDZONE

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E AUDIO ASSY G AMP7 ASSY A MAIN ASSY K HPMIC ASSY A

FL-A

HEADPHONE OUT
RELAY
FR-A

SL

FL-B/FL-H

SR
FR-B/FR-H
7CH POWER AMP

B
FL-A
FL-A

SBL/FL-H

FR-A

FR-A

C
C
SBR/FR-H

SPK OUT
SL
SL

SR
SW
SR

SBL/FL-H
SBL

IC2503 C
BD3812F SBR/FR-H
SBR
ZONE2 VOL
RELAY BLOCK

ZONE2

SW SW1

SW SW2

MUTE

PREOUT"L"
PRE-OUT
PREOUT"R"

MUTE

ZONE2 L/R

MUTE

HDMI

ARC
HDMI OUT OUT1/CONTROL

DA-FL

DA-FR
Buffer AMP
DA-C HDMI

IC1202
DA-SW

DA-SR
DA-FL HDMI OUT OUT2/HDZONE
ES9006S DA-SL

DA-SBL/FL-H

DAC(8CH) DA-SBR/FR-H
DA-FR

SW DOWN MIX
E
NJU4066BV
DA-SW

I2S
DA-C

DA-SR

DA-SL

002 IC9703 DA-SBL/FL-H

DPTP456 D808K013DPTP456
DSP
SP DA-SBR/FR-H

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4.3 DMAIN BLOCK DIAGRAM (AUDIO)


B DMAIN ASSY
A

IC1201
ADC
AK5358AET

DIRMCKI
IC1506 XTI

B COAX DIR DAUX


AND(VHC08)
AK4118AEQ8 IC1505
DIRBCK
OPT BICK
DIRLRCK
LRCK
DIRDATO
SDTO
MCKO1

AND (VHC08) M
HDMI OUT1 IC1804
AND(VHC08) XXTL0
ARCSPDIF IC9207

24.576 MHz
C SEL (VHC126)
IC1509
DIRMCK
DSD MASTER CLOCK GEN. BLOCK
NETDSDMCK
NETDSDMCK
DSD28X56
AND (SH08)
IC1521 IC1511 NETMCK
×8 or 4
PLL HDMCK
NMCK
NBCK
NBCK2
NLRCK
NETWORK NFDAT/NDSDFL
DIRBCK
NSLR/NDSDFR
MODULE NC_LFE DIRLRCK
H: HDMI
AXX7293 AND(VHC08)
L: NET
DSPBCK IC9003
NBCK PC FILE/HDMI HDMCK
DSPLRCK
DSPBWDT NLRCK IC1817
NFDAT/NDSDFL NBCK2 SEL(VHC157
NSLR/NDSDFR NBCK2
D NLRCK2 DSDH_BCK
NC_LFE
NFDAT/NDSDFL2 NLRCK2
IC1602 NSLR/NDSDFR2 DSDH_LRCK/HDSDSL
MN864787 AND(7SH08) NFDAT/NDSDFL2
Q6 PHDZMCLK IC9006 DSDH_HFDT/HDSDFL
PHDZBCK NSLR/NDSDFR2
Q5
PHDZLRCK DSDH_BC
Q4 DSDH_SPDIF/HDSDFR
PHDZFDT DSDH_LRCK/HDSDSL
Q0 DSDH_HFDT/HDSD
AND(VHC08) DSDH_SPDIF/DSDFR
IC1603
HZTBCK
D4
HDTLRCK
D1 DIRBCK
HDTFDT ACLKR2
D0 DIRLRCK IC9002
DIRDATO AFSR2
AXR2[0] 1st DSP
NBCK2 D808K013DPTP456
ACLKR0
CH0AMCLK P1MCLK NLRCK2
E NFDAT/DSDFL2
AFSR0
NSLR/NDSDFR2 AXR0[1]
VHC541 NC_LFE AXR0[2]
IC9101 AXR0[3]
P1_BCK
CH0ABCLK AHCLKX0
P1_LRCK/DSDSL
CH0ALRCLK ACLKX0
P1_HFDT/DSDFL
CH0ASD0 P1B_BCK AFSX0
P1_CDTI/DSDLFE ACLKR1 AXR0[7]D1SDT
P1B_LRCK/DSDS
CH0ASD1 AFSR1 AXR0[8]D1SDT
P1_SDTI/DSDC P1B_HFDT/DSDFL
CH0ASD2 AXR1[0] AXR0[9]D1SDT
P1_BDTI/DSDSR P1B_SDTI/DSDC
CH0ASD3 AXR1[1] AXR0[10]D1BWDT
P1_SPDIF/DSDFR P1B_CDTI/DSDLF
CH0ASPDIF AND(VHC08) AXR1[2] AXR0[12]D1HWDT
P1B_BDTI/DSDSR
IC1601 P1B_LRCK/DSDS AXR1[3] AXR0[13]D1DMDT
P1B_SPDIF/DSDFR AXR1[4]
AXR1[5]
DSPB_BCK
CH1ABCLK DSPB_LRCK
CH1ALRCLK
DSPB_BWDT
CH1ASD0
F

27.0 MHz

14 VSX-1130-K
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

: SPDIF : SYSCLK
: AMCLK : FLG A
: I2S : I2S BCK,LRCK

IC1202

DAC
FL/FR

DAC
C/LFE
IC1504
×2PLL
DAMBCK
DALRCK
DAC B
DADATF
SL/SR
DADATC
DAC
HD_ZONE_DAC SBL/SBR
H: BCO SELECTOR
L: HDMI HDZDACSEL
SEL (LCX157)
MASTER CLOCK SELECTOR BLOCK IC1818
IC1801
TL0
AK4388
HDZ DAC
FL/FR

AND(VHC08) ZMCLK IC1802


IC1804 ZONE-I2S(LR) AK4388 C
Z2DAC
DAMCLK FL/FR

D2MCLKI VSX-90 ONLY

H: DIR
L: NET/HDMI
H: HDMI H: DSP THROUGH ROUTE
L: NET DIRMCK L: DSP ROUTE DSP THROUGH
FILE/HDMI HDMCK IC1516 DSPPASS H: DSD
IC1817 SEL(VHC157) IC1501 L: PCM
SEL(VHC157) H SEL(VHC157) DSPXPCM
HNBCK IC1515 DABCK D
CK DSPBCK L
SEL(VHC157)
HNLRCK
RCK/HDSDSL DSPLRCK
NDSDFL2 L
HNFD/DSDFL DALRCK/DSDFL
DSPFDT/DSDFL H
FDT/HDSDFL
DSDFR2 HNDSDFR DAFDT/DSDFR
DSPCDT/DSDFR
PDIF/HDSDFR
DACDT

IC9002 IC9703
1st DSP
24.0 MHz 2nd DSP
08K013DPTP456 D808K013DPTP456
E

NET
AHCLKX0 AHCLKX0
D1BCK ACLKR1 DSPBCK
ACLKX0 ACLKX0
D1LRCK DSPLRCK
AFSX0 AFSR1 AFSX0 SEL(VHC157)
D1FDT DSPDT/DSDFL
AXR0[7]D1SDT D1FDT AXR1[0] AXR0[7]D2FDT IC1503
D1CDT DSPCDT/DSDFR DIR
AXR0[8]D1SDT D1CDT AXR1[1] AXR0[8]D2CDT DSPSDT(SR)
D1SDT DSPSDT
AXR0[9]D1SDT D1SDT AXR1[2] AXR0[9]D2SDT
D1BWDT DSPBWDT
AXR0[10]D1BWDT D1BWDT AXR1[3] AXR0[10]D2BWDT
D1HWDT
AXR0[12]D1HWDT D1HWDT AXR1[4]
D1DMDT DSPBWDT(SRB/HEIGHT)
AXR0[13]D1DMDT D1DMDT AXR1[5] DVC

VSX-1130-K 15
5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4

4.4 VIDEO BLOCK DIAGRAM


B DMAIN ASSY
A

OUT1

IN1
IN1 IC1602
VIDEO BUS
MN864787
HDMI RECEIVER
IN2
IN2

HDMI IN
BD
BD

B
IN3
IN3

HDMI4
IC9602
HDMI6/MHL
SII9587CNUC-3
HDMI SWITCHER

A MAIN ASSY
C

BACK

IC200
NJM41050VT
CVBS SELECT

CVBS IN
6.75MHz
LPF
CLAMP

D
CLAMP
-6dB

IC4
FMS6363
COMPONENT SELECT

BIAS
Y
E
COMPONENT IN 1 Cb

Cr BIAS

-6dB

BIAS

JUMPER
OPTION

16 VSX-1130-K
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

OUT2 A

HDMI OUT1

IC909
IC101 ADV7181CBSTZ
R5S726B0D216FP Video Decoder NETWORK MODULE
AXX7293 B
UCOM

LPF

IC200
NJM41050VT
CVBS SELECT

6dB 75ohm DRV

470UF
6.75MHz
LPF 68
CVBS OUT
3R9

IC4
FMS6363
COMPONENT SELECT COMP-DET

6dB 75ohm DRV

6dB 75ohm DRV


E

6dB 75ohm DRV

JUMPER
OPTION

VSX-1130-K 17
5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4

4.5 DMAIN BLOCK DIAGRAM (VIDEO)

B DMAIN ASSY
CEC
HDMI IN5

IC9602
HDMI IN6 HDMI SW
B Silicon Image
"SiI9587CNUC-3"

HDMI IN4

HDMI IN3

4k
HDMI IN2
"M

HDMI BDIN
C
(IN4)

28.63636 MHz
HDMI IN1

COMPOSITE YCbCr422
16bit
COMPONENT IC909
Y Video Decoder
Analog Devices
Pb "ADV7181C"
D Pr

A MAIN ASSY ANALOG

YCbCr422
16bit

36.864 MHz
BT

E Wi-Fi
IC603
NETWORK MODULE Gate Array
ETHERNET AXX7293 SEIKO EPSON
"PE7008A"

LAN PHY

IC9206
iPod Authentication
APPLE
(RENESAS)
F IC9202
"H337S3959"
Serial FLASH
128Mb

18 VSX-1130-K
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

: DMAIN ASSY : TMDS : ANALOG VIDEO


: DIGITAL VIDEO : CLOCK A
: OTHER ASSY : CEC : DIGITAL AUDIO

EC

HDMI zone
/OUT2

B
HDMIOUT1

27 MHz

IC1602 J FRONT ASSY


4k2k Upscaler
EVENT UCOM
"MN864787" RENESAS

C
12 MHz
H FHDMI ASSY

USB (FRONT)

IC101
UCOM
"R5S726B0D216FP"
2 COMPOSITE

A MAIN ASSY

IC102 IC103
SDRAM SerialFLASH
64Mb 64Mb

24.576 MHz

MHz
24 MHz

E
IC9002 IC9703
IC603 DSP DSP
ate Array D808K013DPTP456 D808K013DPTP456
KO EPSON
PE7008A"

IC9004 IC9001 IC9704 IC9702


SeriFlash SDRAM-166 SeriFlash SDRAM-166
32Mb 64Mb(8Mx16) 16Mb 64Mb(8Mx16)

POWER SUPPLY BLOCK F


(DCDC, LDO)

VSX-1130-K 19
5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4

4.6 POWER SUPPLY BLOCK DIAGRAM

B+

10000/71
A D4912
D10SB60
S1(DC3.5A, 48VX2) B-
10000/71

A MAIN ASSY

MAIN TRANS
SPK_RLY
IC3
D10 KIA7805API V+5V

REG
IC1
S2(DC1A, 16VX2) KIA7812API A+12V

1N4007 REG

4700/25
IC5
1N4007 KIA7812API DC_TRG+12V

REG

4700/25
VSX-90 ONLY
1N4007
B IC2
KIA7912PI A-12V

1N4007 REG

F33
USB+12V

D4912

10000/16
S3(DC3.0A. DC10.9V) BR64

F34

C
FL_AC1
FL_AC2

-VKK_AC1

DGND

S4(AC0.2A, AC2.81VX2) -VKK_AC2

B DMAIN ASSY

IC9403 V+1

D
GBL206(LRC)
M SMPS ASSY DVCPOW
MM3542BF
1.1V DCDC
F101

4 3 2 1 EE2525V

F100 1 8
LF4ZBE273H
2

SARS01
100/400(MHA)

7
30SC6MT

V+5R6_EV(DDD)
1

4 3 D+5.6V
C102
0.1/275

CX101 2
6M8

V+3R3_HHH
3 IC451
1 2
6 TPS65251RHA
V+1R8_NW
PC123Y22

UF4007 5 DVCPOW 3.3V DCDC


4 1.8V DCDC
ZJ6.2B
0.01/250V
0.01/250V

8 7 6 5 1.8V DCDC
V+1R8_HHH

33UF/63V
STR2A153
IC102

IC108

1 2 3 4
KIA2431AP
KDZ20B

E
PC123X2YFZ
IC100

GND PATTERN ARTWORK


V+5R6_EV(DDD)
DIRPOW

IC9408
MM3542BF

20 VSX-1130-K
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

B+ G AMP7 ASSY
A
B-

A MAIN ASSY
V+5V V+5V

DAB B'D AP7361-1.2V

V+5V V+5V
AP1117-3.3V
V+5V

TUNER
V+5V

E AUDIO ASSY
A+12V

Q2401 VOL IC
ZONE2 VOL
B
KTC3198Y A+7V
DC_TRG+12V

KSA916Y
-

IC303 IC305
NJM2888F05 NJM2888F33
LDO LDO
A-7V

Q2402 VOL IC
KTA1266Y ZONE2 VOL
A-12V
F CPU ASSY
A-12V
A+12V

A+7V

MIC
IC2803
D BRIDGE ASSY UTC4580E
A-7V

IC3652
UTC4580E C

K HPMIC ASSY

B DMAIN ASSY V+3R3_MA V+3R3_MA


IC101
R5S726B0D216FP
J FRONT ASSY
+Flash
V+1R8_HHH IC9515 V+1R25_MA V+1R25_MA
S-1172B1C-U5 +SDR
V+3R3_HHH
IC603
PE7008A-K
V+3R3_HHH IC9508 V+2R5_MA V+2R5_MA Gate Array
MM3529A25P
V+5_HD
V+3R3_HHH IC9602
SII9587CNUC-3
V+1R8_HHH IC9523 V+1R2_HD V+1R2_HD HDMI SW
S-1172B12-E6
V+5_HD
IC1602
V+3R3_HHH MN864787 5V

IC9403 V+1R1_PA V+1R1_PA HDMI Tx


MM3542BF
DVCPOW
1.1V DCDC
V+5R6_EV(DDD)
IC9511 V+5_HD V+5_HD JA1601 FL_AC1 D
DVCPOW MM3529A50P HDMI OUT1 5V
FL_AC2
V+5_HD JA1603
HDMI OUT2/Z 5V

V+5_HD
V+5_HD OTHER

6_EV(DDD) JA9606

V+3R3_HHH
MHL
H FHDMI ASSY
IC451
TPS65251RHA
V+1R8_NW
DVCPOW 3.3V DCDC
1.8V DCDC IC2021
1.8V DCDC
V+1R8_HHH IC1308 LDO
NJM2819 IC808 USB+5.1V
BD9329EFJ TPS2065CDBVR
RB068L-40
DC-DC IC
V+3R3_HHH
IC909
ADV7181CBSTZ
V+3R3_HHH IC9505 V+1R8_VD V+1R8_VD
VIDEO Decorder
MM3529A18P

V+5R6_EV(DDD) IC9510 V+3R3_DSP V+3R3_DSP


MM3529A33P
IC9002
DIRPOW
D808K013DPTP456
V+1R8_HHH IC9518
S-1172B13-E6
V+1R3_D1 V+1R3_D1 +SDRAM E
DIRPOW

V+3R3_DSP
Selector
V+3R3DSP

V+1R8_HHH 4.7UH
IC9520 V+1R3_D2 V+1R3_D2
S-1172B13-E6 IC9703
DIRPOW
V+3R3_DSP D808K013DPT456
+SDRAM

V+5_DAC IC1801 C OPTCO ASSY


V+5R6_EV(DDD) V+5_EV AK4388ET
IC9406
Logic
MM3411A50N
_EV(DDD) V+5_DAC IC1802
DIRPOW AK4388ET
BLM18PG121SN1D
V+5R6_EV(DDD) IC9519 V+5_DAC
DIRPOW MM3529A50P V+3R3_DSP IC1506
AK4118AEQ8

V+5_DAC
IC1201
V+3R3_DAC V+3R3_DAC
V+5R6_EV(DDD) IC9411 AK5358AET
MM3411A33N V+3R3_DAC
DIRPOW
V+3R3_DAC
IC1202
IC9410 V+1R2_DAC
ES9006
S-1172B12-E6
V+3R3_NW

IC9408 V+3R3_NW V+3R3_NW IC9407 V+2R5_NW V+2R5_NW NETWORK


MM3542BF S-1172B12-E6
MODULE
V+1R8_NW IC9502
S-13A1A00-E6
V+1R2_NW V+1R2_NW
AXX7293 F
V+1R8_NW

VSX-1130-K 21
5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4

4.7 GND BLOCK DIAGRAM

AC IN

M SMPS ASSY
+5V6

SMPS
H FHDMI ASSY

HDMI USB
B
B DMAIN ASSY GNDD
GND

C
GNDA

GNDDAC
GND
GNDD
K HP

GNDA

D
GNDD

GNDDAC

G AMP

F CPU ASSY A MAIN ASSY D BRI

E AUD
GNDA

GNDV
IR IN

IR OUT

DC TRIGGER1
RS232C

F
COMPOSITE COMPONENT AUDIO IN/OUT ZONE2
VIDEO VIDEO OUTPUT O

22 VSX-1130-K
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

A
J FRONT ASSY

GNDD

SSY

USB DCDC

B
A MAIN ASSY
GNDD

GNDD

+5V
C
GNDA MIC

+12V

HP
GND

+12V

K HPMIC ASSY

-12V

GNDA AMP GND

G AMP7 ASSY
AMP GND

D BRIDGE ASSY

E AUDIO ASSY
AMP GND

AMP GND

AMP GND

AMP GND

AMP GND

AMP GND
AMP GND

AMP GND
AMP GND

F
ZONE2 SW
OUTPUT OUTPUT

VSX-1130-K 23
5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4

5. DIAGNOSIS
5.1 TROUBLESHOOTING
A
No Power
This is just for general reference and does not including every single case.

No Power

Yes No
Stand by (or ON -> Stand by) Is an Error indicated? Other trouble
?
No Yes
Refer to
"5.2 ERROR INDICATIONS".

Yes Check D41, T101, IC102 on SMPS Assy


B Fuse F100 is open? or replace the SMPS Assy.
No
Is the voltage 5.6 V CX101 No
pins 5, 6, 7 (C129 + side) on Replace the SMPS Assy.
the SMPS Assy?
Yes
Is the voltage 5.6 V CN9501 No Check the cable between CX101 on the
SMPS Assy and CN9501 on the DMAIN Assy.
pins 5, 6, 7 on the DMAIN Assy? If it is OK, replace that cable.
Yes
Is the voltage 5.6 V CN601 No Check +5.6V line on the DMAIN Assy
pins 1, 2 on the DMAIN Assy? or replace the DMAIN Assy.
Yes
5V
C Is the voltage 5.6 V CN301 No Replace the FFC between the DMAIN Assy 4.4 V
4.2 V
pins 1, 2 on the CPU Assy? and the CPU Assy. Pin 2
Yes VDD

Check Reset IC (IC302) NG Replace IC302 or


on the CPU Assy. replace the CPU Assy. 5V
OK
Pin 1 3 ms >1 ms
Replace IC300 on the Vout
CPU Assy.

No FL Display
D
This is just for general reference and does not including every single case.

No FL Display

Yes No Replace D3009, Q3006, Q3013


Dimmer? "FL OFF" LED light on?
or replace the FRONT Assy.
No
Is the voltage 2.8 to 3.0 Vac No Check the transformer orange No
CN3004 pins 1 to 3 on the Replace the power transformer.
FRONT Assy? wires voltage 2.8 to 3.0 Vac.
Yes Yes
Replace FLT3001
or replace the FRONT Assy.
E

Is the voltage 2.8 Vac No


FLT3001 pins 1 and 62 on the Check FLT3001, R3021, R3022, R3025, R3026,
FRONT Assy? L3007, ZD3001, or replace the FRONT Assy.
Yes
Is the voltage -30 V C103 - side No Check D23, D24, Q17, or
on the FRONT Assy? replace the FRONT Assy.
Yes
Is the voltage 5 V C3096 No Relpace Q3011, Q3009, R3112,
+ side on the FRONT Assy? R3113 or replace the FRONT Assy.
Yes
No
Does FLT3001 have damage? Relpace the FRONT Assy.
F
Yes

Relpace FLT3001.

24 VSX-1130-K
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

A
No Sound
This is just for general reference and does not including every single case.

No Sound

Headphones

When headphones is connected, Yes Check the MAIN Assy R80 Yes Does the sound output of Yes
relay is change to headphones?
(DMAIN Assy IC603 pin 43 0 -> 3.3 V) 0 -> 12 V. the speaker front ch?
No No No
B
Check the Q8, Q19 on the
MAIN Assy.

Check the CPU Assy CN314 pin 7 Yes Check the CPU Assy CN311,
FRONT Assy CN7202A,
or 9 (HP OUTPUT SIGNAL). HPMIC Assy CN7202B.
No Yes

Check the R15, R16 on the


MAIN Assy.
No Problem / No Damage

Replace the FRONT Assy or Yes


Replace the HPMIC Assy. C
CPU Assy.

Check HPMIC Assy CN7202B pin 4 Yes Check the connector between
(H/P_DETECT) is low with FRONT Assy CN7202A and
connection of the headphones. HPMIC Assy CN7202B.
No No Problem / No Damage

Replace the HPMIC Assy. Replace IC603 on the DMAIN Assy.

Speaker Front ch sound


Relay Control Check Flow
D
Set "STEREO" mode with STANDARD No Replace IC612, IC603 or
SURROUND key and Speaker ON/OFF with
SPEAKERS key. (CPU Assy CN302 pin 8 0 -> 5 V) replace the DMAIN Assy.
Yes

Input analog in (e.g. CD). Yes


Set "PURE DIRECT" ->
Sound output from SP out?
No

Check the AMP7 Assy CP401 Yes Check and repair FL or FR AMP
pins 1, 9 signals. circuit or replace the AMP7 Assy.
No
Change analog input signal to another Yes Check the problem analog signal line between
analog input (e.g VIDEO) and select it. E
input connector and IC2501 (Input selector IC)
Check the AMP7 Assy CP401 pin 1, 9 signals. or replace the AUDIO Assy.
No

Check the AUDIO Assy CP14 Yes Check the AUDIO Assy CP14 Yes Repair IC2501 and its peripheral
pin 15 (+12V), pin 16 (- 12V). pin 5 (VLSCK), pin 6 (VLSO). circuit or replace the AUDIO Assy.
No No
Check connector between CP14 on Check the data signals at the following locations VLSCK pin 24, VLSO pin 23
AUDIO Assy, BRIDGE Assy CN2204 CN2114 (BRIDGE Assy) -> CN1504 (DMAIN Assy) If no signals on BRIDGE Assy,
and CN2111 on the DMAIN Assy. replace BRIDGE Assy. If no signals on CN1504, replace DMAIN Assy.
No Problem / No Damage

Replace the DMAIN Assy or AUDIO


Assy or BRIDGE Assy
F

A A B
VSX-1130-K 25
5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4

A A A B

Change to Auto Surround.

Check the BRIDGE Assy CN2107 Yes Repair IC2501 and its peripheral
pins 5, 7 signals. circuit or replace the AUDIO Assy.
No

Check the BRIDGE Assy CN2111 Yes Check the BRIDGE Assy CN2204 Yes Repair Q2401, Q2402 and its
peripheral circuit or replace the
pins 17, 19 signals. pin 15 (+12V), pin 16 (-12V).
BRIDGE Assy.
B No

Check the AUDIO Assy CP17 Yes Check +/- 12V line on BRIDGE
pin 1 (+12V), pin 4 (- 12V). Assy or replace the BRIDGE Assy.
No
No

INPUT?

Analog input Digital input

Check the BRIDGE Assy CN2114 Yes Is digital signal from OPT Yes Repair IC1506 (AK4118AEQ8) and
its peripheral circuit or replace the
pins 1, 3 signals. (or COAX) input OK? DMAIN Assy.
C No No

Replace the OPTCO Assy.

Check the AUDIO Assy CP14 Yes


Replace the BRIDGE Assy.
pins 19, 21 signals.
No
Check and repair analog audio lines
between IC2501 pin 31, 32 and CP14
pins 19, 21 or replace the AUDIO Assy.

D
Speaker C (S SB SP-B etc) ch
(Front LR is OK)

Check SP System menu is appropriate No Speaker System Menu


and connected speakers are not Change SP System and SP SP-B: Speaker B
selected [No] on SP Setting menu. Setting to correct setting. 5.2.2 ch: Normal (SB/TMd)
Front Wide: Normal (SB/FW)
Yes Front Bi-Amp: Bi-Amp

Check Selection of Speaker system No If Speaker System is Normal (SB/TMd) or


by [SPEAKERS] key on front panel Change SP selection to correct Normal (SB/FW) and "SP:OFF" is selected,
is correct. setting by [SPEAKER] key. no sound from SB and TMd or FW
Yes
E

Check relay operating of problem ch. SP-B no sound


(refer to schematic diagram and Relay
Control Check flow for Front ch)
Yes

Select Surround mode to Input analog signals to analog in


(e.g. CD), SP selection should be
EX. STEREO in Advanced Surround. "SP:B ON ", check SBR, SBL channels.

Check signals of problem channel on Yes Check and repair AMP circuit of
AMP7 Assy CP401 pins 3 (SL), 5 (C), problem channels
F 7 (SR) ,11 (SBL),13 (SBR) signals. or replace the AMP7 Assy.
No

C D
26 VSX-1130-K
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

C D A

Check signals on BRIDGE Assy Yes Replace AUDIO Assy or


CN2107 pins 5 (SR), 7 (SL), 9 (SW),
11 (C), 13 (SBR), 15 (SBL) signals. their peripheral circuit.
No
Check signals on BRIDGE Assy Yes Check the signal between CN2107
CN2111 pins 19 (SR), 17 (SL), 15 (SW), and CN2111 or replace the
13 (C), 11 (SBR), 9 (SBL) signals. BRIDGE Assy.
No
Input PCM to COAX in or OPT in, Yes
set Auto Surround. Replace the DMAIN Assy.
Is Front LR SP output sound is OK?
No B
Repair IC1506 (AK4118AEQ8) and
its peripheral circuit or replace the
DMAIN Assy.

Zone2 Pre-output Audio No output


(Front LR is OK)
(VSX-90 only)

HDMI input or DIGITAL input No


It is specification.
(COAX or OPT) -> output?

C
No Replace IC2501 or
Analog in -> Pre-output?
replace the AUDIO Assy.
Yes

Media Server or USB in No Check the BRIDGE Assy CN2111 No Repair IC1802 (DAC for ZONE2)
and its peripheral circuit or
-> Zone2 Pre-output? pins 5, 7 signals. replace the DMAIN Assy.
Yes

Check the BRIDGE Assy CN2107 No Check the signal between CN2107
and CN2111 or replace the
pins 17, 19 signals. BRIDGE Assy.

Tuner -> Replace JACK50 (Tuner Pack)


(Other Analog OK) on the MAIN Assy. D

Check CN9203 pins 26, 28, 30, 32, No


BT in -> 34 Digital Audio signal output on Replace the DMAIN Assy.
(Other Analog OK) the DMAIN Assy.
Yes

Replace the Network module.

Check CN9202 pin 5 3 V, pins 2, 3 No


USB in -> Replace the FHDMI Assy.
Digital signal on the DMAIN Assy.

Yes E
Check CN9203 pins 26, 28, 30, 32, No
34 Digital Audio signal output on Replace the DMAIN Assy.
the DMAIN Assy.
Yes

Replace the Network module.

Check CN9203 pins 26, 28, 30, 32, No


NETWORK in -> 34 Digital Audio signal output on Replace the DMAIN Assy.
the DMAIN Assy.
Yes
F
Replace the Network module.

E
VSX-1130-K 27
5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4

A E
Repair or replace the
HDMI in on rear ->
DMAIN Assy.

No
Rear HDMI inputs ->
Front HDMI in ->
output OK?

Yes
Replace HDMI cable between
FHDMI Assy and DMAIN Assy
or replace the FHDMI Assy.

No Picture
This is just for general reference and does not including every single case.

No Picture

C
Composite in -> Replace IC200 and its peripheral
No Composite out circuit.

Rear HDMI in ->


Replace the DMAIN Assy.
No HDMI out

Front HDMI in -> HDMI IN3, IN4 and IN6 No


Replace the DMAIN Assy.
No HDMI out -> HDMI out?
Yes

Replace HDMI cable from FHDMI


D
Assy or replace the FHDMI Assy.

Composite (Component) in -> Check CN303A pins 14, 16, 18, 20 No Replace IC200 and its peripheral
No HDMI out signals on the CPU Assy. circuit.
Yes

Replace the DMAIN Assy.

No GUI
• HOME MENU GUI What is not indicated No Repair IC1602 (MN864787) and its
• USB GUI only in GUI? peripheral circuit or replace DMAIN Assy.
E
• NETWORK GUI
Yes

Replace Network module.

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A
Others
This is just for general reference and does not including every single case.

12V Trig

No
12V Trig

Replace the CPU Assy.


RS-232C

No
RS-232C B

IR

IR

Yes
Remote control

No

Replace the FRONT Assy.


C

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5.2 CONFIMATION OF THE NETWORK MODULE

A Check if the set SSID of this unit is displayed on a device such as a PC or a smart phone, following the procedures shown below.
If the SSID is displayed on the device, the antenna connections of the Network module are normal.
If the SSID is not displayed, check the antenna cable connections on the network module.

Procedures:
1 Press "Home Menu" button on a remote control and 3 Select the encryption method to "None" with k / l from
select "Network Connection" from the Network, Bluetooth Security Protocol.
menu on screen.
4 Select "Frequency Band" at j and select the frequency
to "2.4GHz".
1
B
5 Select "OK" then press ENTER. "Setting change?" window
is displayed, then select "YES" and press ENTER.

3
4

C
1

2 Select "Wireless Direct" from the Network Connection


menu. 6 Select the SSID shown on the screen of this receiver.
(e.g. WirelessDirectX: XXXXXX)
2
D
6

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How to Check on a PC Equipped with a Wireless LAN How to Check on a Smartphone (Example: iPod Touch) A
Device
1 At the top screen of an iPod Touch, select Settings.
[Windows 7]
1 Left-click on the wireless network icon on the system tray.

2 Check that the above-mentioned SSID


(WirelessDirectX:XXXXXX) is displayed on the list that
appears.

2 Select Wi-Fi.

WirelessDirectX: XXXXXX

3 Check that the above-mentioned SSID


(WirelessDirectX:XXXXXX) is displayed in the "Choose
a Network" box.
D

WirelessDirectX:XXXXXX

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5.3 ERROR INDICATIONS

A
Error Indications When an Abnormality in The Amplifier System is Detected
[Purpose]
Errors upon detection of abnormalities in the amp system are indicated.

[Error Indications]
LED NG Detection
Item FL Display Process After Detection Description / Remarks
Flashes Count. Method
"AMP DC" Flashing ADVANCED DC XDCERR 1) Muting on, speaker relay off. To detect high DC output from amplifier damage
("DC output from "AMP ERR" MCACC (Pin 21 of IC300) 2) "AMP ERR" flashing (defect status).
SP term") for 3 seconds LED Detect "L" 3) Shutdown after 3 seconds. A process to protect speakers (for protection of
B detection 4) "ADVANCED MCACC" LED connected external devices).
flashing For checking, refer to "How to enter release
5) Power on is not acceptable. mode" below.
If the DC detection port become "H" for
3 seconds, the unit will returns to normal
condition automatically.
"AMP overload" N/A Wireless OL XOLERR 1) Muting on, speaker relay off. To detect overloading (abnormal status) with
detection. LED (Pin 13 of IC300) 2) Shutdown immediately. low-load driving or a short circuit of the speaker
Detect "L" 3) "Wireless" LED flashing terminals (for protection of the amplifier).
4) Power on is acceptable.

"Over Heat" Flashing FL OFF STMP TEMPERR5 1) Muting on, speaker relay off, To detect overheat of inner tempareture.
detection. "AMP LED (Pin 24 of IC300) 2) "AMP OVERHEAT" flashing If the TEMPERR5 port become "H" for
OVERHEAT" Detect "L" 3) Shutdown after 3 seconds. 3 seconds, the unit will returns to normal
for 3 seconds (REDI _DET) 4) "FL OFF" LED flashing condition automatically.
C
5) Power on is acceptable after
1 minute.
"Abnormality DC N/A Wireless DERR XVDDERR 1) Muting on, speaker relay off. To detect the abnormality voltage of Digital
voltage of the LED (Pin 60 of IC300) 2) Shutdown immediately. power supply circuit for the DMAIN Assy.
Digital power Detect "L" 3) "Wireless" LED flashing
supply" detection 4) Power on is acceptable.
"USB Overload" "Over Current" N/A N/A USB ERR (VCO0) 1) USB bus Power off To detect the connected USB device is
detection No Flashing (DM920) 2) Display "Over Current" overload. (over 2.1 A)
Detect "L"

"HDCP of HDMI Flashes "HDCP N/A N/A Read Register 1) Display "HDCP ERROR" The monitor does not support HDCP type or
Error" ERROR" value is in standby mode.
detection for 5 seconds (Warning indication for HDMI Simplay)
D Analog POWER N/A ADVANCED XPRT XPROTECT 1) Muting on, speaker relay off. Power-on impossible for 1 min.
SUPPLY Error MCACC (Pin 12 of IC300) 2) Shutdown immediately.
LED Detect "L" 3) "ADVANCED MCACC" LED
flashing
4) Power on is acceptable after
1 minute.
"Temp Over" N/A N/A N/A TEMP L (TR_DET) VOL 3 dB down After this error is detected, the system interrupts
detection (VOL LEVEL) (Pin 11 of IC300) the "Temp Over" detection for 2 minutes.
Detect "L"

[How to Enter Release Mode]


E
During Standby mode, simultaneously press and hold the "TUNE ↓" and "MULTI-ZONE ON/OFF" keys for 5 seconds.

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Protection Circuit Process List (XMHLPERR) A

Item Purpose Detection Method Status of Equipment Warning Indication Remarks


MHL Detection of overcurrent IC9603 detectes MHL circuit Flashes "MHL POW ERR" and Flashes "MHL POW ERR". MHL power is not supplied
Overcurrent in MHL power supply overcurrent and XMHLPERR stops MHL power supply. until the MHL equipment is
detecition port is set to "L". acknowledged after second
power-on.

XMHLPERR Circuit B

V+3R3_MA
C DMAIN ASSY
UCOM

R107
IC101
! IC9603 R9644
R263
BD82065FVJ 100 XMHLPERR
67
8

C9649
OC
OUT3

OUT2

OUT1

NM
100u/16
C9642

C9643

C9644

C9645
NM

NM

NM

GND

C
IN1

IN2

EN

R9626
1

MHLPOW
10 R9606 V+5_MHL

0 (2125)
C9647

C9648

C9646
47p/50

NM

R9609
NM

0 (2125)

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5.4 PROTECTION CIRCUIT

A
[1] Overload and DC Protection Circuit
F CPU ASSY

C
G AMP7 ASSY

G AMP7 ASSY

A MAIN ASSY

E
DC_TRG+12V

Reference information
F Each DC power supply voltage value that DC PROTECT circuit works
• +HIGH: Less than +54 V (at normal: +63 V) • A+12V: Less than +8 V (at normal: +12 V)
• -HIGH: More than -52 V (at normal: -63 V) • A-12V: More than -9 V (at normal: -12V)
• +12V TRIGGER: Less than +8 V (at normal: +12 V)(VSX-90 only)

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G AMP7 ASSY F CPU ASSY
5

5
-

R372
Q320
2SC3052
R409
[2] TEMP Protection Circuit

220K
100K
R366
6

6
I TEMP V+5R0_FLT

ASSY D9

22K

R74
LBAS16HT1G

GND

R84
G AMP7 ASSY 10 Q19
2SC3052

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7

7
8

8
35
F
E
B
A

D
C
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6. SERVICE MODE
6.1 TEST MODE
A
[1] Detected protection history

[Purpose]
The numbers of detections for various protection processes are displayed.

[How to enter]
During Standby mode, simultaneously press and hold “MULTI-ZONE ON/OFF” and “ENTER” keys for 5 seconds to enter
this mode.Turn off the power to this unit by setting the main volume level to “---dB” and Multi-zone to “OFF”.

[How to exit]
Turning off the power or pressing the RETURN key returns to the normal mode.
B

[Basic operations]
Key operation FL display
Front Panel Key
Display number of times [↓] : TUNE key
DC is detected. DC :
[↑] : TUNE key
[←] : PRESET key
[↓] [↑] [→] : PRESET key

Display number of times


OL :
OVERLOAD is detected.
C

[↓] [↑]

Display number of times


COMBINATION is detected. COM :
(Detects DC and OVERLOAD
simultaneously)

[↓] [↑]

Display number of times


D XPRT :
Power abnormality is
detected.

[↓] [↑]

Display number of times


AMP overheat is STMP :
detected.

[↓] [↑]

E
Display number of times
Digital Power abnormality is DERR :
detected.

[↓] [↑] Resetting the number of times error is detected


Key operation FL display
Resetting the number of RESET HOLD [←][→]
times error is detected.
RESET CLEAR?
[↓] [↑] [ENTER]
RESET RESET
F

Continued

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Key operation FL display A


Resetting the accumulated time
Key operation FL display
Display accumulated
12345h20m HLD [←][→]
time & RESET.
12345h 20m CL?
[ENTER]
0h 00m RST
[↓] [↑] ↓
Continued
Display CEC(TEST) state.
Key operation FL display B
Display CEC(TEST) state. CEC OFF [←][→]
CEC ON
[↓] [↑] ↓
Change cyclically

Display FAN(TEST) state. FA N OFF


This function does not
work on this model.

[↓] [↑] Saving and Loading of USB backup state. C


Key operation FL display
[←][→] (A/V Receiver → USB)
USB Backup state USB BAK HOLD
USB BAK S AV E ?

[←][→] (USB → A/V Receiver)


USB BAK LOAD?

Change cyclically

Key operation FL display D


[↓] [↑]
[ENTER]
PLEASE WAIT
SAVE or LOAD
is completed.
COMPLETE
↓ 5 sec
Power OFF
(All zone OFF)

Selecting Wireless disconnection judgement time


Key operation FL display E
Display Wireless disconnection
WLAN DC 3min [←][→]
judgement time
WLAN DC 5min

[↓] [↑] <10min>,<15min>,<30min>
[←][→] ↓
Display
VSX-1130/CUXESM WLAN DC 60min
Model Name/Destination
state. VSX-90/CUXE ↓
Change cyclically
[↓] [↑]
[Description]
F
CEC TEST : The function for making the HDMI output terminal to
Change cyclically output 4 Hz square wave. If the square wave is output,
the CEC line is considered to be normal.
FAN TEST : The function for making the FAN to be forced to rotate.

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6.2 DEFAULT SETTINGS

A Default system settings Default input settings

Resetting the system


Use this procedure to reset all the receiver’s settings to the factory
default. Use the front panel controls to do this.
Set MULTI-ZONE to MULTI ZONE OFF.
• Disconnect the iPod and USB memory device from the receiver
beforehand.
• Set the Control with HDMI to OFF.

1 Switch the receiver into standby.


2 While holding down ENTER on the front panel, press
u STANDBY/ON.
E The display shows RESET c NO d.
3 Select ‘RESET’ using PRESET k/l, then press ENTER
on the front panel.
The display shows RESET? OK.
4 Press ENTER to confirm.
OK appears in the display to indicate that the receiver has been
reset to the factory default settings.
• Note that all settings will be saved, even if the receiver is
unplugged.

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7. DISASSEMBLY

Note: A

Even if the unit shown in the photos and illustrations in this manual may differ from your product, the procedures
described here are common.

Some connections of the housing wires or connectors may be tight. When disconnecting those wires or
connectors, be careful not to damage them.

1. Discharging
B
[1] MAIN Assy Capacitor (C55, C58)
[Procedures]
(1) Unplug the power cord.
(2) Disconnect the 10P connector from CP403 of the AMP7 Assy between CN3 of the MAIN Assy.
(3) Connect +B and –B terminal of the D7, using resistor leads with 47 - 100 ohms (2 W or higher), for discharging.
∗ Discharging time: 30 - 60 seconds, depending on the level of resistance.
(4) Check that the voltage between the +B and –B terminals is less than 1 V, using a tester.
∗ Be sure to connect the GND terminal of the tester to the chassis.
∗ If the voltage is still 1 V or higher, repeat Step (3).

MAIN Assy C
C58 C55
CP403

AMP7 Assy
–B +B

D7

47 - 100 ohms
(2 W or higher)

[2] FL-30 V Capacitor (MAIN Assy C101)


[Procedures]
(1) Unplug the power cord.
(2) Connect C101 (–30V) and GND of the FRONT Assy, E
CN3004
using resistor leads with 47-100 ohms (2 W or higher),
for discharging.
∗ Discharging time: 5 - 10 seconds, depending on the
level of resistance.
(3) Check that the voltage between the –30V terminal is less −30V 47 - 100 ohms
than 1 V, using a tester. (2 W or higher)
GND
∗ Be sure to connect the GND terminal of the tester to
the chassis.
∗ If the voltage is still 1 V or higher, repeat Step (2). CN5

FRONT Assy F

CP3501A

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A 2. Disassembly
Note:
For performing the diagnosis shown below, the following jigs for service is required:
• Board to board extension jig cable (27P)(GGD1873)
• Board to board extension jig cable (25P)(GGD1874)
• Board to board extension jig cable (15P)(GGD1848)
• Board to board extension jig cable (17P)(GGD1889)
• 13P extension cable (GGD1740)
• 5P extension cable (GGD1741)
• HDMI cable (marketed product)
B

[1] Front Panel Section


Remove the cabinet by removing the 10 screws.
2

(1) Remove the 5 screws.


(BBZ30P080FTB)
(2) Remove the foot by removing the 1 screw.
(BBZ30P080FTC)
3
(3) Remove the 1 screw. 1 1 1 1 1
(BBZ30P080FTC) • Bottom view
C

(4) Remove the 2 screws. 8


(BBZ30P080FTC) 8
(5) Remove the 2 screws. 10
(1500001206010-IL) CN9202
CN9502
(6) Remove the acetate tape.
(7) Disconnect the HDMI cable. DMAIN Assy
(JA9620) TEMP Assy
(8) Disconnect the 1 flexible cable and 6
5 connectors. 8
D CP5
(CN305, 314, 3004, 9202, 9502, CP5) 10 10
(9) Release the 1 jumper wire. 10
7
(10) Cut the 6 cable ties. 10
10

5 4 4 5

CN3004 CPU Assy


FRONT Assy
E 8 8 CN314
INSEL Assy
8 CN305
9

(11) Unhook the two hooks. Front panel section


(12) Remove the front panel section.

F 11 11

12

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A
[2] Heatsink Section
Caution: Heatsink section in work becomes hot,
and be careful with it.
Remove the cabinet by removing the 10 screws.

(1) Remove the 3 screws. 1 1 1


(BBZ30P080FTC)

• Bottom view

(2) Remove the 4 screws.


(BBZ30P080FTC)

C
2 2
2 2

(3) Remove the acetate tape. Heatsink section


(4) Disconnect the HDMI cable.
(JA9620) AMP7 Assy 8
(5) Release the jumper wires. D
(6) Disconnect the 2 connectors.
(CN404, CP401) CN404
CP401
(7) Cut the 1 cable tie. 4 5 7
(8) Remove the Heatsink section. 6
6
3 Acetate tape JA9620
DMAIN Assy AMP7 Assy

(9) Arrange the Heatsink section as shown


10 Extension jig cable 10 Extension jig cable AMP7 Assy
in the photo below.
(GGD1741) (GGD1740)
(10) Connect the 2 extension jig cables.

CP401
Diagnosis
CN404

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A
[3] DMAIN Assy
Remove the cabinet by removing the 10 screws.

[3-1] DMAIN Assy


(1) Remove the 6 screws. Back chassis
(BBT30P100FTB) 2 ×8
(2) Remove the 8 screws. 1 ×4
(BSZ30P040FTB)

1 ×2
B

• Rear view

(3) Remove the 1 screw.


(BBZ30P080FTC) 3 CPU Assy
(4) Remove the acetate tape.
(5) Disconnect the HDMI cable.
D
(JA9620)
(6) Cut the 5 cable ties.
BRIDGE Assy
(7) Remove the acetate tape.
Note:
Also, cleanly remove the tape that secures 5
the antenna cable on the Network module 4 6 ×2 6 6
(AXX7293).
CN1801
CN1504
JA9620
(8) Disconnect the 2 antenna cables. CN607 9 ×2
(9) Disconnect the 4 B to B connectors. 8 ×2
(CN607, 902, 1504, 1801) 6
9 ×2
E
Note: Some connections of the housing wires or
connectors may be tight. When disconnecting CN902
7
those wires or connectors, be careful not to
damage them.

DMAIN Assy

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[3-2] Diagnosis 4 2 2 A
(1) Arrange the DMAIN Assy in the photo below. HDMI cable Borad to board extension Borad to board extension
(2) Connect the 4 extension jig cables. (marketed product) jig cable (GGD1876) jig cable (GGD1873)
(3) Insert any insulation sheet.
(4) Connect the HDMI cable (marketed product)
from the FHDMI Assy if Front HDMI input CN902
needs to be checked.

Note:
Do not connect the HDMI cable provided with the DMAIN Assy
product to prevent damage to the HDMI connector. CN607
Instead, use the another HDMI cable (marketing
CN1801 B
product) to prevent a load from being applied to
the HDMI connector. 1 CN1504
DMAIN Assy works normally even though no
connection of HDMI cable. But when checking
Front HDMI input, that HDMI connection is required. CN302 BRIDGE Assy
CN2114 CN2111

CN303A

Diagnosis
2 2 3
Borad to board extension Borad to board extension Insulation sheet C
jig cable (GGD1889) jig cable (GGD1874)

[3-3] Network module (AXX7293)


(1) Remove the 1 screw. DMAIN Assy
(BSZ30P040FCC) 2 2
Antenna cable Antenna cable
(2) Disconnect the 2 antenna cables.
Network module
Note:
After having attached the network module to
DMAIN Assy, attach the antenna cables to the
network module surely.

1 E

(3) Insert the tip of a large screwdriver into either Network module
part circled in red in the photo.

3 3
• Rear view
F

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A (4) Rotate the screwdriver a little to widen the gap


between the network module and the
connector to several millimeters.
Do the same for the other part circled in red. 4 4

Screwdriver • Rear view Screwdriver

C
(5) Insert the tip of the screwdriver into one end of Screwdriver
either side of the module then widen the gap Front
to several millimeters. Screwdriver
(6) Widen the gap in the same way at the middle Rear
and the other end of the side of the module
so that the gap between the module and the
connector is evenly widened. 6
(7) Widen the gap in the same way on the 5 6
opposite side of the module connector.
• Right view • Right view

(8) Repeat Steps (6) and (7) several times to Screwdriver 8 Network module
gradually widen the gap between the DMAIN
connector and the module then detach the
E
network module.

[Note]
If you attempt to forcibly detach the module all
at once, the connector of the module will be
damaged and the module cannot be reused.
Be sure to gradually widen the gap between the
connectors from both sides of the module.

After replacing the network module, updating is


necessary. Refer to "UPDATA PANEL Mode
(Version update)" on "8.3 UPDATING OF THE
F
FIRMWARE".

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A
[4] MAIN Assy
Remove the cabinet by removing the 10 screws.

[4-1] DMAIN Assy


(1) Remove the DMAIN Assy.
1 ×5
(See procedure [3].)
Back chassis
1 ×20
[4-2] Back chassis
(1) Remove the 5 screw covers.
(If any cushion is torn, replace it with a new
B
one.)
(2) Remove the back chassis by remove the
20 screws.
(BBT30P100FTB)

• Rear view

(3) Cut the 4 cable ties. 3 ×4


(Release the antenna cable (short).)
C

CPU Assy

[4-3] AUDIO and BRIDGE Assemblies


(1) Disconnect the 1 connector. AMP7 Assy BRIDGE Assy
(CP401) CP401
(2) Remove the AUDIO and BRIDGE Assemblies
by disconnecting the 2 BtoB connectors. D
(CP17, 19) 1

2
CP19
2
CP17

MAIN Assy AUDIO Assy • Rear view

[4-4] CPU Assy


(1) Remove the G-R Assy by removing the
2 screws. CN314
(BBZ30P080FTC) 3
2 CN404
2
(2) Disconnect the 1 flexible cable and 1 CN311 CN312 CN313A
2 connector.s 2 CN310
CN305
(CN305, 314, 404) 4 4 4 4
(3) Remove the 1 screw.
1
(BBZ30P180FTC) G-R Assy CPU Assy F
(4) Remove the CPU Assy by disconnecting the
4 BtoB connectors.
(CN310, 311, 312, 313A)
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A [4-5] MAIN Assy


(1) Cut the 3 cable ties. AMP7 Assy
(2) Release the 4 jumper wires.
(3) Disconnect the 7 connectors.
(CP1 to 3, 403 to 406) CP404
CP406 CP403 CP405
(4) Remove the 6 screws. 3 4 ×3 3 4 3
(BBZ30P080FTC) 3 3 3 3
CP2
(5) Remove the 3 screws. CP1
CP3
(BBZ30P180FTC) 4 1 ×2
(6) Remove the MAIN Assy with GUI-A Assy. 5
2 2 2 ×2

B 6

5 1

4 5

MAIN Assy GUI-A Assy


C

• Styling of jumper wires

Cable tie Cable tie

GUI-A Assy

Clamp
E

MAIN Assy

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A
Dressing the Antenna cables

As this capacitor affects sound quality, be sure to avoid passing


the antenna cable over the capacitor, as shown in the photo. Make sure that the antenna cables run transversely near the connectors.
Antenna cable Antenna cable
(short) (long) DMAIN Assy

Make sure that the the Front USB cable


does not come into contact
with the top cover.

CPU Assy

Fit the Front USB cable


in the cutout of the board.

Antenna To avoid noise, be careful not to Antenna


dress the antenna cable close to
the capacitor.
C
Wrap the ferrite core attached to Secure the antenna cable and the Front USB cable,
the antenna cable with acetate tape using hole No. 7, with the aid of a cable tie.
then secure it, using hole No. 9, (Pass the cable tie through the upper and lower holes.)
with the aid of a cable tie.

Secure the cable before connecting it Secure the antenna cable dressed
to the connector, using hole No. 12, alongside the CPU Assy, using hole
with the aid of a cable tie. No. 6, with the aid of a cable tie.

Leave some slack in the cable on the transformer side. Secure the antenna cable to the AXX7293 Positioning of the materials to be
Secure the cable at the 3 indentations, shield, using the materials indicated below. attached is shown below.
using cable ties.
Acetate tape pasting position
Acetate tape
E

Antenna cable
When dressing the antenna cable, Cushion
leave some slack in the cable (10 × 10, t3)
on the transformer side. Material:
Acetate tape Neoprene sponge
The sensitivity of the wireless antenna will be affected if the antenna
cable comes into direct contact with the Back chassis. AXX7293 shield Double-back tape
Wrap the acetate tape (APPROX 220 mm) around the entire part of Cushion pasting position
the antenna cable close to the Back chassis when replacing this Note:
antena cable.
To detach the cushion, remove it from the AXX7293 shield with the
Note: acetate tape and antenna cable attached together.
F
There is an acetate tape as a service jig. Replace the cushion if it is damaged.
Part number: GYH1001
Size: 16 mm × 30M
(If similar acetate tape is readily available, it can be used to the unit)

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8. EACH SETTING AND ADJUSTMENT

• If the adjustment is shifted or if it becomes necessary to readjust because of part replacement, etc., perform the
adjustment as described below.
• Any value changed in Adjustment mode will be stored in memory as soon as it is changed. Before readjustment, take note of
the original values for reference in case you need to restore the original settings.
• Use a stable AC power supply.

8.1 ADJUSTMENT REQUIRED WHEN THE UNIT IS REPAIRED OR REPLACED


When any of the following assemblies is replaced

AMP7 Assy "8.4 IDLE CURRENT ADJUSTMENT" (All channel)


C

DMAIN Assy "8.2 USB BACKUP"

Other assemblies No adjustment required

When any of the following parts is replaced

D AMP7 Assy "8.4 IDLE CURRENT ADJUSTMENT"


(Only channel of replacement parts)

Other assemblies No adjustment required

Note 1:
After replacing DMAIN Assy, the unit needs to reset factory default settings.
Refer to "Resetting the system" on "6.2 DEFAULT SETTINGS" , reset the unit.
E

Note 2:
After replacing Network module (AXX7293) or DMAIN Assy, the unit needs to update.
Refer to "UPDATE PANEL Mode (Version update)" on "8.3 UPDATING OF THE FIRMWARE"

Note 3:
After replacing Network module (AXX7293) or DMAIN Assy, the unit needs to test Wi-Fi function.
Refer to "5.2 CONFIMATION OF THE NETWORK MODULE"

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8.2 USB BACKUP

[Introduction] A
This model is capable of saving the set values stored in the MAIN Ucom of DMAIN Assy in the USB and loading them in a new
DMAIN Assy. (Note that MAIN Ucom should normally operate to enable this function.)
When replacing DMAIN Assy, execute the above mentioned processes.

[Data that can be saved/cannot be saved]


The following data can not be saved. Data other than these can be saved.
Contents to save Destination to save
Last memory for turning ON/OFF the Main power and power supply for ZONE2, HDZONE EVENT Ucom
Last memory for inputting the Main power, ZONE2, HDZONE (IC300)
Data to be save upon the operation of protection circuit
Internet Radio Last Station, Network module
Favorite, etc. (AXX7293) B

(As the data saved by EVENT Ucom is on the CPU Assy, the data cannot be deleted unless Assy is replaced at the same time.)

[Requirements for USB memory]


USB memory to be used should meet the following requirements.
• Compatible with USB Mass storage Class
• With a file system of FAT (FAT32)

[File saving format]


Files are to be saved in the following format:
Example: VSX-1130_BK01.avr

[How to save in the USB memory from AV amplifier]


C
1. Insert the usable USB memory into the USB terminal when the main device is off.
2. Enter the SERVICE MODE and select [USB BAK c HOLD d] with g keys.
(See [6.1 TEST MODE] for how to enter the SERVICE MODE.)
3. Select [USB BAK c SAVE? d ] with h keys and press [ENTER].
Note: The system cannot execute SAVE, LOAD until start is completed of Network module.
4. Saving in the USB starts and the main device automatically goes off after the normal completion
([COMPLETE] is displayed.).
5. Remove the USB and saving is finished.

*1. If the following errors occur after "SAVE" is executed, error message will be displayed and "SAVE" will be stopped and
the power will be turned off.
• Ejecting of USB device
• Short capacity of USB device D
• Error during writing in the USB device (Read Only or defective Sector, etc.)
*2. If the same file name exists in the USB, overwriting will be automatically executed.

[How to write into AV amplifier from the USB memory]


1. Insert the USB with the saved file into the USB terminal when the main device is off.
2. Enter the TEST MODE and select [USB BAK c HOLD d] with g keys.
(See [6.1 TEST MODE] for how to enter the TEST MODE.)
3. Select [USB BAK c LOAD? d ] with h keys and press [ENTER].
4. Saving in the main device starts and it automatically goes off after the normal completion ([COMPLETE] is displayed.).
5. Remove the USB and loading is finished.

* If the following errors occur after "LOAD" is executed, error message will be displayed and "LOAD" will be stopped and
E
the power will be turned off.
• No setting file
• Mismatching between the setting file and the specification of the A/V RECEIVER type to be loaded back
• Error due to Checksum, Signature Check, and Size Check
• Ejecting of USB device (during reading of the setting file)

Precautions
• Files are stored in Root of USB memory.
• Files are read from Root of USB memory.
r To make operations such as moving files, be sure to assign the saved file in Root of the USB memory.
Also please be careful not to assign *.avr in multiple numbers.
• The time and date of updating for saved file is fixed to "2006/03/08 20:01."
• In principle, please implement Load without making of factory default settings. F
• Depending on the type of USB memory device, the setting file may not have properly been saved even though [COMPLETE] is
displayed after a SAVE process.
Before replacing the DMAIN Assy, perform a LOAD process and check that [COMPLETE] is displayed.

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8.3 UPDATING OF THE FIRMWARE

A Workflow
Enter the UPDATE PANEL mode.

Check a current version.

Updating process

Update it.

Update completed.
(Turn the power OFF automatically.)

Enter the UPDATE PANEL mode again.

Check an updated version. Checking process


C

Turn the power off.


(Release the UPDATE PANEL mode.)

MAIN com, SUB com (EVENT), DSP Flash ROM and Network module Update
by USB Memory and the Confirmation of the Version

UPDATE PANEL Mode (Version update)


D [Preparations]
1. Copy the UPDATE FILE to the root directory of the USB Memory.
Note: NEVER copy several UPDATE FILES to the root directory of the USB Memory.
Copy only the corresponding UPDATE FILE.
2. Turn off the power to this unit by setting Multi-Zone to "OFF".
3. Connect the USB Memory to the USB terminal (A type) of the front panel.
[Procedure]
1. While holding down "TUNE↑" key on the front panel, press "STANDBY ON/OFF" key and
moves to the UPDATE PANEL mode.
2. The updating process is as follows.

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Key operation FL display Front Panel Key


[↓] : TUNE key
[TUNE↑] +
[↑] : TUNE key
[STANDBY ON/OFF]
[←] : PRESET key
POWER ON [→] : PRESET key
Booting is completed

Version is displayed.
B
1-001002003004 1-001002003004

[TUNE↓] or [TUNE↑] Version number of


Network module
Version number of DSP
[↓] [↑] Version number of Sub com
(EVENT)
Small Version number of
Update Menu Main com
U P D AT E Big Version number of
Main com

Do not do time-out during update panel indication.


It takes about 45 seconds till version of the Network module is displayed.
Meanwhile, version of the Network module is displayed with ***.

Key operation FL display


D

Update Menu
U P D AT E
[ENTER]

[PRESET→] Update Confirmation


or U P D AT E ? NO
[PRESET←]

[←] [→] E
Update Confirmation
U P D AT E ? YES

[ENTER]
File searching
Accessing

UPDATE FILE searching


completed

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Key operation FL display

UPDATE FILE searching


completed

Updating process
∗ Updating. 0%

B UPDATE start

UPDATE completed

Update completion display


∗ Updating. 100%

C 5 Second

Power turns off automatically.


(All ZONE OFF)
Disconnect the USB MEMORY.

Update time is fluctuated by contents of the update. It will take about 26 minutes at the maximum.
(Actual time is from 3 minutes to 26 minutes.)
D
Time required for updating varies, because only the programs that require updating will be updated.

[Confirmation]
Enter UPDATE PANEL mode and check that the programs have been updated.

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8.4 IDLE CURRENT ADJUSTMENT

When any component parts which are within the red square on the following circuit diagram are replaced, the idle current
adjustment of that channel is required. (Idle current adjustment for another channel is not required.)
However, when any capacitors are replaced, the adjustment is not required.
(The following circuit diagram is for SL channel, but another channel also has same circuit diagram and same adjustment is
required)
(SL)

R703

DHPTHF1608471P105T
2K7

10N/50
ZJ5.1A

7K5(1)
R402

100K
ZD401
10/50

R404
R401
C522
C523

SL

100P-500V

R406
1K2 C404 !

C402
Q401 TP401

C401
KSA992FA/B
47/50(6.3*11)
! 1 2 3

7K5(1)
R411 220K
R409

R408
150K

JUMPER
R410 Q403
Q404 KST5401MTF
2SD2390 R412 47K
R415
D402 R417 R416 22K
B

R413

R414

10K
10K
C406 100(1) R419 22K
C567

C568

R432

ZJ4.3B
2K7
-

270K

ZD402
-
C405 22P-500V Q409 1N4148

R724
R461 R470

KST5551MTF
KTC3964 R423

-
NM NM NM

Q406
R429

1N4148
C408 10K

47/50(6.3*11)

0R47(2)

0R47(2)
R428

D403
R427

C409SL
!

R424

R425

R426
33K

5K6
!

-
R422

C407
-
Q408

1.2K 1K5 VR401A VR401


KSA992FA/B

47U/25

100/50(8*11.5)
NVZ6THT NM

0R47(2)

0R47(2)
Q407
KSA992FA/B

R430

R431
!

ZD403
!

ZJ4.3B
C4099
NM C410
C619
NM

R435

560

1N4148
D404
22K
470P
NM

R439
1K1

10/100(6.3*11)
100(1)
C435 - Q410
R436

R437
C412

2SB1560
C413 R440 R710 Q412

10/100(6.3*11)
R438

2N2/100 150 270


KTC3206Y
!

100P-500V

C416

C581
C582
C414
SL_IN

-
JUMPER

C415
1K2(1)
R441

R442

47(1)
R443
C524
-

C525

C
Measurement Adjustment
Channel Procedure
Points Points
TP404 pin 1 (+) 1 Turn on the power.
FL VR404
TP404 pin 3 (–)
TP402 pin 1 (+) 2 Perform aging for one minute.
FR VR402
TP402 pin 3 (–)
3 Connect a digital voltmeter to the measurement point.
TP403 pin 1 (+)
C VR403
TP403 pin 3 (–) 4 Turn the adjustment VR so that the voltage becomes
TP401 pin 1 (+) in 2.0 mV ± 0.2 mV.
SL VR401
TP401 pin 3 (–)
(Condition : No signal and no load)
TP405 pin 1 (+)
SR VR405
TP405 pin 3 (–) D
TP406 pin 1 (+)
SBL VR406
TP406 pin 3 (–)
TP407 pin 1 (+)
SBR VR407
TP407 pin 3 (–)
• Adjustment points and measurement points.... see fig.1.

G AMP7 ASSY SIDE A


SL_VR401 FL_VR404 C_VR403 SR_VR405 FR_VR402 SBL_VR406 SBR_VR407

VR406
SBL ADJ
E
TP403
VR401 C ADJ
SL ADJ VR402
VR404 FR ADJ
FL ADJ
VR405
VR403 SR ADJ
C ADJ
VR407
SR ADJ SBR ADJ
TP405
TP402
TP401 FR ADJ
SL ADJ TP404 TP406
FL ADJ SBL ADJ
SR(-)

FR (-)

TP407
J542

SBL (-)

SBR ADJ
SBR (-)

SL(-)
FL (-)

C(+)
J500

C(-)
FR (+)
SL (+)

SR(+)
SL (+)

SL(+)
SBL (+)

FL (+)
R414

R544

SBR (+)
R630
J537

J474
J460
J409

R673
J429

R629
R413

R672
R456
J492
R543

SL_TP401 FL_TP404 C_TP403 SR_TP405 FR_TP402 SBL_TP406 SBR_TP407

Fig.1
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9. EXPLODED VIEWS AND PARTS LIST


NOTES: - Parts marked by “NSP” are generally unavailable because they are not in our Master Spare Parts List.
A
- The > mark found on some component parts indicates the importance of the safety factor of the part.
Therefore, when replacing, be sure to use parts of identical designation.
- Screws adjacent to b mark on product are used for disassembly.

- For the applying amount of lubricants or glue, follow the instructions in this manual.

(In the case of no amount instructions, apply as you think it appropriate.)

9.1 PACKING SECTION


Poly bag packing style
Tape (clear)

Cord AC

AAA size IEC R03 dry cell batteries


Safety Brochure

VSX-90/CUXE
only
C

1/2

2/2

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(1) PACKING SECTION PARTS LIST


Mark No. Description Part No.
1 Remote Control Unit (AXD7723) 8300772300010S
2 AM Loop Antenna E605010140010S A

3 FM Wire Antenna E605010140010-IL


4 MCACC Setup Microphone APM7011
5 CD-ROM See Contrast tabel (2)

6 Quick Start Guide See Contrast tabel (2)


7 Box See Contrast tabel (2)
8 Cushion, Snow 6230212914000-IL
NSP 9 Warranty Sheet See Contrast tabel (2)
NSP 10 Label VRW1629

B
> 11 Power Cord See Contrast tabel (2)

(2) CONTRAST TABLE


VSX-1130-K/CUXESM and VSX-90/CUXE are constructed the same except for the following:
VSX-1130-K VSX-90
Mark No. Symbol and Description
/CUXESM /CUXE
5 CD-ROM 6517000002141S 6517000002131S
6 Quick Start Guide 5707000009920S 5707000009900S
7 Box 60072123900B0S 6007211820250S C
NSP 9 Warranty Sheet ARY7172 ARY7177
> 11 Power Cord Not used L068125130010S

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9.2 EXTERIOR SECION

I
Sheet

Cable tie

D
L

J
K HP plate

F HDMI/USB plate

Mold bracket
Knob spring Nut

Clamp

E H

Nut
G

Knob spring

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VSX-1130-K
/CUXESM
only Cable tie

Cable tie

Cable tie

VSX-90 Cable tie


/CUXE
B
only

C
I

Cable tie
(Use GEC1041 cable tie ×26 C
Acetate tape
(1.8 mm in width).)

PCB support
Cable tie D
Cable tie
(Use GEC1041 cable tie
(1.8 mm in width).)

D
Clamp
Cable tie

Cable tie

Cable tie
F Cable tie

Cable tie
Cable tie

E
Silicon adhesive
(GYA1011)

A
NON-CONTACT

CONTACT SIDE

F
SIDE

Silicon grease
(GEM1057)

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(1) EXTERIOR SECTION PARTS LIST


Mark No. Description Part No. Mark No. Description Part No.
46 Front Panel See Contrast tabel (2)
A 1 MAIN Assy See Contrast tabel (2) 47 Display Window See Contrast tabel (2)
2 DMAIN Assy See Contrast tabel (2) 48 Cushion AEB7449
3 OPTCO Assy 70280777230A0 49 • • • • •
4 BRIDGE Assy See Contrast tabel (2) 50 Screw BBT30P100FTB
5 AUDIO Assy See Contrast tabel (2)
51 Screw BBT40P080FTB
6 CPU Assy See Contrast tabel (2) 52 Screw BBZ30P080FTB
7 AMP7 Assy 7028077751010 53 Screw BBZ30P080FTC
8 FHDMI Assy 7028077881010 54 Screw BBZ30P180FTC
9 TEMP Assy 7028077816010 55 Screw BSZ30P040FTB
10 FRONT Assy See Contrast tabel (2)
B 56 Screw 1500001206010-IL
11 HPMIC Assy 70280777240A0 57 Screw 1500001456010-IL
12 INSEL Assy 70280777220A0 58 Screw B018230141H11-IL
> 13 SMPS Assy See Contrast tabel (2) 59 Screw B020230063B10-IL
14 GUI-A Assy 7028077813010 60 Screw B028940101B11-IL
15 G-R Assy 7028077814010
61 Screw BSZ30P040FCC
16 G-L Assy 7028077815010 62 Screw See Contrast table (2)
17 Network Module AXX7293
> 18 Power Trans 1124CU 8200960611510S
C
> 19 Power Cord See Contrast tabel (2)
> 20 AC Inlet See Contrast table (2)

21 • • • • •
22 Cable HDMI 230 mm L304231190240S
23 FFC Cable 110 mm N711271122480S
24 FFC Cable 1 mm N711390922480S
25 Other Antenna ADH7048

26 Other Antenna ADH7049


27 Back Chassis See Contrast table (2)
D 28 • • • • •
29 HS Bracket 4010056906010S
30 Cabinet Assy 3008211846020-IL

31 Stopper See Contrast table (2)


32 Screw Cover 4050211745100-IL
33 Main Chassis 1130 3200213706101S
34 SMPS Bracket 401021488600DS
35 Cushion 4050211605000-IL

36 Foot (PLS) 4000210391000-IL


E 37 Speaker Sheet 1130 1210212872000S
38 Rubber 10*10*8T 4050215895000S
39 Wifi Antenna Bush 2410210171000S
40 Knob 5080212431000-IL

41 Heatsink 212021217800DS
42 Standby Button 5090213741100S
43 5 Key Button 5090214561000S
44 10 Key Button 5090214571000S
45 Pioneer Badge See Contrast table (2)

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(2) CONTRAST TABLE


VSX-1130-K/CUXESM and VSX-90/CUXE are constructed the same except for the following:
VSX-1130-K VSX-90
Mark No. Symbol and Description
/CUXESM /CUXE A
1 MAIN Assy 7028077811040 7028077811010
2 DMAIN Assy 7028077871040 7028077871010
4 BRIDGE Assy 7028077812020 7028077812010
5 AUDIO Assy 7028077841040 7028077841010
6 CPU Assy 70280777310D0 70280777310A0

10 FRONT Assy 70280777210D0 70280777210A0


> 13 SMPS Assy 702807336108B 702807336106B
> 19 Power Cord L068125101710S Not used
> 20 AC Inlet Not used G430040807010S
27 Back Chassis 3207215176000S 3207215176400S
B
31 Stopper 4380040162010-IL Not used
45 Pioneer Badge XAM3006 PAM1791
46 Front Panel 3067216111740S 3067216111A20S
47 Display Window 50772131130P0S 50772131130M0S
62 Screw Not used CBZ30P080FTB

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