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MHC-V11

SERVICE MANUAL US Model


Canadian Model
Ver. 1.2 2016.05
AEP Model
UK Model
E Model
Australian Model

Model Name Using Similar Mechanism NEW


Mechanism Type TDL-5W

SPECIFICATIONS
1)
AUDIO POWER SPECIFICATIONS Supported audio formats (MP3 The actual range will vary depending RU model (RUSSIAN):
on factors such as obstacles between Условия хранения:
POWER OUTPUT AND TOTAL HARMONIC discs and USB devices only) devices, magnetic fields around a Товары сохраняют в упакованном
DISTORTION: Supported bit rate: microwave oven, static electricity,
reception sensitivity, antenna’s виде в темных, сухих, чистых,
(The United States model only)
MP3 (MPEG1 Audio Layer-3): 32 kbps performance, operating system, software хорошо вентилируемых
Left/Right Channel:
320 kbps, VBR application, etc. помещениях, изолированных от
With 3 ohms loads, both channels
WMA*: 32 kbps 192 kbps, VBR 2)
BLUETOOTH standard profiles indicate the мест хранения кислот и щелочей.
driven, from 120 – 10, 000 Hz; rated Sampling frequencies: purpose of BLUETOOTH communication Температура хранения: от -10°C
30 watts per channel minimum MP3 (MPEG1 Audio Layer-3): between devices. до + 45°C
RMS power, with no more than 32/44.1/48 kHz Относительная влажность
0.7% total harmonic distortion from WMA*: 44.1 kHz
250 milliwatts to rated output. * USB devices only
General хранения:
от 30% до 70%
Power requirements:
Рабочая температура: от 5°C до
North American model: AC 120 V,
Speaker section Tuner section 60 Hz
35°C
Speaker system: FM stereo Рабочая относительная
Other models: AC 120 V 24 0 V ,
Tweeter + Woofer FM superheterodyne tuner влажность:
50/60 Hz
Tweeter L/R: Antenna: от 30% до 70%
Power consumption:
50 mm (2 in), cone type FM lead antenna RU model (UKRAINIAN):
45 W
Woofer: Умови зберігання:
FM tuner section: Standby power consumption (at the
200 mm (7   in), cone type Продукцію зберігають в
Tuning range: Standby Mode):
North American model: 87.5 MHz – упакованому виді в темних, сухих,
When BLUETOOTH standby mode is
108.0 MHz (100 kHz step) чистих, добре вентильованих
set to off: 0.5 W (eco mode)
Inputs Other models: 87.5 MHz – 108.0 MHz приміщеннях, ізольованих від
When BLUETOOTH standby mode is
AUDIO/PARTY CHAIN IN L/R: місць зберігання кислот і лугів.
(50 kHz step) set to on: 2.8 W (all wireless network
Voltage 2 V, impedance 10 kilohms Температура зберігання:
ports on)
MIC 1, MIC 2: від -10°C до + 45°C
Dimensions (W/H/D) (Approx.):
Sensitivity 1 mV, impedance BLUETOOTH section 290 mm × 600 mm × 265 mm
Відносна вологість зберігання:
10 kilohms від 30% до 70%
Communication system:
BLUETOOTH Standard version 3.0 Робоча температура:
Mass (Approx.):
від 5°C до 35°C
Outputs Output:
Робоча відносна вологість:
AUDIO/PARTY CHAIN OUT L/R: BLUETOOTH Standard Power Class 2 Quantity of the system:
від 30% до 70%
Voltage 2 V, impedance 600 ohms Maximum communication range: 1 piece
Line of sight approx. 10 m (33 feet)1) Supplied accessories: Design and specifications are subject to
Frequency band: Remote control (1) change without notice.
Disc player section 2.4 GHz band (2.4000 GHz – R03 (size AAA) batteries* (2)
System: 2.4835 GHz) RU model:
Compact disc and digital audio Modulation method: * Рекомендуемый срок годности
system FHSS (Freq Hopping Spread указан на о трицательной стороне
батарейки.
Laser Diode Properties Spectrum)
Emission Duration: Continuous Compatible BLUETOOTH profiles 2) : FM lead antenna (1)
Laser Output*: Less than 44.6μW A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution AC power cord (1)
* This output is the value Profile) AC plug adaptor* (1) (E4, LA, SP6)
measurement at a distance of (supplied only for certain areas)
200mm from the objective lens
AVRCP (Audio Video Remote Control
* This plug adaptor is not for the use
surface on the Optical Pick-up Block Profile) in Chile, Paraguay and Uruguay. Use
with 7mm aperture. SPP (Serial Port Profile) this plug adaptor in the countries
Supported codecs: where it is necessary.
SBC (Sub Band Codec)
USB section AAC (Advanced Audio Coding)

HOME AUDIO SYSTEM


(USB) port: LDAC
Type A, maximum current 1 A

9-896-262-03
2016E33-1 Sony Video & Sound Products Inc.
© 2016.05 Published by Sony Techno Create Corporation
MHC-V11
Ver. 1.2

SAFETY CHECK-OUT
License and Trademark After correcting the original service problem, perform the follow-
Notice ing safety check before releasing the set to the customer:
Check the antenna terminals, metal trim, “metallized” knobs,
• MPEG Layer-3 audio coding screws, and all other exposed metal parts for AC leakage.
technology and patents licensed
from Fraunhofer IIS and Thomson.
Check leakage as described below.
• Windows Media is either a registered
trademark or trademark of Microsoft LEAKAGE TEST
Corporation in the United States
and/or other countries.
The AC leakage from any exposed metal part to earth ground and
• This product is protected by from all exposed metal parts to any exposed metal part having a
certain intellectual property rights return to chassis, must not exceed 0.5 mA (500 microamperes.).
of Microsoft Corporation. Use or Leakage current can be measured by any one of three methods.
distribution of such technology
outside of this product is prohibited 1. A commercial leakage tester, such as the Simpson 229 or RCA
without a license from Microsoft or WT-540A. Follow the manufacturers’ instructions to use these
an authorized Microsoft subsidiary. instruments.
• The BLUETOOTH® word mark and
logos are registered trademarks
2. A battery-operated AC milliammeter. The Data Precision 245
owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and digital multimeter is suitable for this job.
any use of such marks by Sony 3. Measuring the voltage drop across a resistor by means of a
Corporation is under license. Other
trademarks and trade names are
VOM or battery-operated AC voltmeter. The “limit” indication
those of their respective owners. is 0.75 V, so analog meters must have an accurate low-voltage
• The N Mark is a trademark or scale. The Simpson 250 and Sanwa SH-63Trd are examples
registered trademark of NFC Forum, of a passive VOM that is suitable. Nearly all battery operated
Inc. in the United States and in other
countries. digital multimeters that have a 2 V AC range are suitable. (See
• Android™ is a trademark of Google Fig. A)
Inc.
• Google Play™ is a trademark of To Exposed Metal
Google Inc. Parts on Set
• LDAC™ and LDAC logo are
trademarks of Sony Corporation.
• Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, and
iPod touch are trademarks of Apple
Inc., registered in the U.S. and other
countries. App Store is a service
mark of Apple Inc.
• “Made for iPod” and “Made for AC
iPhone” mean that an electronic 0.15 μF 1.5 kΩ voltmeter
accessory has been designed to (0.75 V)
connect specifically to iPod or
iPhone, respectively, and has been
certified by the developer to meet
Apple performance standards. Apple
is not responsible for the operation
of this device or its compliance with Earth Ground
safety and regulatory standards.
Please note that the use of this Fig. A. Using an AC voltmeter to check AC leakage.
accessory with iPod or iPhone may
affect wireless performance.
• All other trademarks and registered
trademarks are of their respective
holders. In this manual, TM and ®
marks are not specified.
CAUTION
Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures
CAUTION other than those specified herein may result in hazardous radia-
The use of optical instruments with this tion exposure.
product will increase eye hazard.

For customers in Europe SAFETY-RELATED COMPONENT WARNING!

COMPONENTS IDENTIFIED BY MARK 0 OR DOTTED LINE


WITH MARK 0 ON THE SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS AND IN
THE PARTS LIST ARE CRITICAL TO SAFE OPERATION.
REPLACE THESE COMPONENTS WITH SONY PARTS
This appliance is classified as a CLASS 1
LASER product. This marking is located
WHOSE PART NUMBERS APPEAR AS SHOWN IN THIS
on the rear exterior. MANUAL OR IN SUPPLEMENTS PUBLISHED BY SONY.

For customers in the United Arab


ATTENTION AU COMPOSANT AYANT RAPPORT
Emirates
À LA SÉCURITÉ!

LES COMPOSANTS IDENTIFIÉS PAR UNE MARQUE 0 SUR


LES DIAGRAMMES SCHÉMATIQUES ET LA LISTE DES
PIÈCES SONT CRITIQUES POUR LA SÉCURITÉ DE FONC-
This product is classified as a Class 1 TIONNEMENT. NE REMPLACER CES COMPOSANTS QUE
Laser product under IEC 60825-1:2007. PAR DES PIÈCES SONY DONT LES NUMÉROS SONT DON-
This label is located on rear surface of NÉS DANS CE MANUEL OU DANS LES SUPPLÉMENTS
the product. PUBLIÉS PAR SONY.

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SECTION 1
SERVICING NOTES
TABLE OF CONTENTS The SERVICING NOTES contains important information for
servicing. Be sure to read this section before repairing the
1. SERVICING NOTES ............................................. 3 unit.

2. DISASSEMBLY NOTES ON HANDLING THE OPTICAL PICK-UP


2-1. Disassembly Flow ........................................................... 5 BLOCK OR BASE UNIT
2-2. Left Side Cover, Right Side Cover ................................. 6 The laser diode in the optical pick-up block may suffer electro-
2-3. Top Cover Block ............................................................. 7 static break-down because of the potential difference generated by
2-4. Main Volume Knob, MIC Volume Knob ........................ 8 the charged electrostatic load, etc. on clothing and the human body.
2-5. CONTROL Board ........................................................... 9 During repair, pay attention to electrostatic break-down and also
2-6. Top Cover Assy, NFC Board .......................................... 9 use the procedure in the printed matter which is included in the
2-7. Loader (CDM1) .............................................................. 10 repair parts.
2-8. BT Board......................................................................... 11 The flexible board is easily damaged and should be handled with
2-9. Chassis Block .................................................................. 12 care.
2-10. Front Panel Block ........................................................... 13
2-11. Tweeter Unit Wire ........................................................... 14 NOTES ON LASER DIODE EMISSION CHECK
2-12. Tweeter Unit (SP2, SP3) ................................................. 15 The laser beam on this model is concentrated so as to be focused
2-13. LED A Board, LED B Board .......................................... 16 on the disc reflective surface by the objective lens in the optical
2-14. Woofer Unit (SP1) .......................................................... 17 pickup block. Therefore, when checking the laser diode emission,
2-15. Loader Block................................................................... 18 observe from more than 30 cm away from the objective lens.
2-16. MAIN Board ................................................................... 19
2-17. PSU Board ...................................................................... 19 UNLEADED SOLDER
Boards requiring use of unleaded solder are printed with the lead-
3. TEST MODE ............................................................ 20 free mark (LF) indicating the solder contains no lead.
(Caution: Some printed circuit boards may not come printed with
4. ELECTRICAL CHECKS ...................................... 21 the lead free mark due to their particular size)

5. DIAGRAMS : LEAD FREE MARK


5-1. Block Diagram - OVERALL Section - ........................... 22 Unleaded solder has the following characteristics.
5-2. Block Diagram - POWER SUPPLY Section - ................ 23 • Unleaded solder melts at a temperature about 40 °C higher
5-3. Printed Wiring Board - MAIN Board - ........................... 25 than ordinary solder.
5-4. Schematic Diagram - MAIN Board (1/9) - ..................... 26 Ordinary soldering irons can be used but the iron tip has to be
5-5. Schematic Diagram - MAIN Board (2/9) - ..................... 27 applied to the solder joint for a slightly longer time.
5-6. Schematic Diagram - MAIN Board (3/9) - ..................... 28 Soldering irons using a temperature regulator should be set to
5-7. Schematic Diagram - MAIN Board (4/9) - ..................... 29 about 350 °C.
5-8. Schematic Diagram - MAIN Board (5/9) - ..................... 30 Caution: The printed pattern (copper foil) may peel away if
5-9. Schematic Diagram - MAIN Board (6/9) - ..................... 31 the heated tip is applied for too long, so be careful!
5-10. Schematic Diagram - MAIN Board (7/9) - ..................... 32 • Strong viscosity
5-11. Schematic Diagram - MAIN Board (8/9) - ..................... 33 Unleaded solder is more viscous (sticky, less prone to flow)
5-12. Schematic Diagram - MAIN Board (9/9) - ..................... 34 than ordinary solder so use caution not to let solder bridges
5-13. Printed Wiring Board - BT Board -................................. 35 occur such as on IC pins, etc.
5-14. Schematic Diagram - BT Board - ................................... 35 • Usable with ordinary solder
5-15. Printed Wiring Board - NFC Board -............................... 35 It is best to use only unleaded solder but unleaded solder may
5-16. Schematic Diagram - NFC Board - ................................. 35 also be added to ordinary solder.
5-17. Printed Wiring Board - KARAOKE (MIC) Board - ....... 36
5-18. Schematic Diagram - KARAOKE (MIC) Board -.......... 36 REPAIRING THE BOARDS
5-19. Printed Wiring Board - LED A Board - .......................... 37 When each boards installed in this unit are defective, replace the
5-20. Schematic Diagram - LED A Board - ............................. 37 mounted board.
5-21. Printed Wiring Board - LED B Board - .......................... 37 Individual electrical parts that mounted on the each boards cannot
5-22. Schematic Diagram - LED B Board - ............................. 37 be replaced.
5-23. Printed Wiring Board - CONTROL Board - ................... 38 Printed wiring board and schematic diagram that have been de-
5-24. Schematic Diagram - CONTROL Board -...................... 39 scribed on this service manual are for reference.
5-25. Printed Wiring Board - PSU Board - .............................. 40
NOTE OF REPLACING THE BT BOARD OR THE NFC
5-26. Schematic Diagram - PSU Board - ................................. 41
BOARD
When replacing the BT board or the NFC board, be sure to replace
6. EXPLODED VIEWS the BT board and the NFC board simultaneously.
6-1. Side Cover Section.......................................................... 47
The BT board or the NFC board cannot replace with single.
6-2. Top Cover Section........................................................... 48
Among the repair parts, the BT board and the NFC board is sup-
6-3. Woofer Unit Section ....................................................... 49
plied as one unit.
6-4. Front Panel Section ......................................................... 50
6-5. Main Section ................................................................... 51 TEST DISCS
Use following TEST DISC (for CD) when this unit confirms the
7. ACCESSORIES ........................................................ 52 operation and checks it.

Part No. Description


3-702-101-01 DISC (YEDS-18), TEST
4-225-203-01 DISC (PATD-012), TEST

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MODEL IDENTIFICATION
Distinguish by Part No. and destination code on the rear side of the main unit.

MODEL NUMBER LABEL


US, CND, RU, E4, LA, SP6, AR, TH

Part No.
Destination code

AEP, UK, E93, AUS

– Rear view –
Part No.
Destination code

Destination Part No. Destination code


US, CND models (UC2) 4-589-649-0[] UC2
AEP, UK, AUS models (CEL, CEK, AU1) 4-589-650-0[] CEL/CEK/AU1
RU, E4, SP6 models (RU1, E4, SP6) 4-589-651-0[] E4/E12/RU1/SP6
E93 model (E93) 4-589-652-0[] E93
TH model (TH1) 4-589-653-0[] TH1
AR model (AR2) 4-589-655-0[] AR2
LA model (LA9) 4-589-656-0[] LA9

DESTINATION ABBREVIATIONS
The following abbreviations for model destinations are used in this service manual.

• Abbreviations
AR : Argentina model
AUS : Australian model
CND : Canadian model
E4 : Middle East area (Bahrain, Lebanon, Libya, Oman, Pakistan, Qatar, Syria, Yemen) and African (Algeria, Angola, Egypt, Ethiopia,
Morocco, Tunisia) models
E93 : Middle East area (Iraq, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, UAE) and African (Kenya, Nigeria, Tanzania) models
LA : Latin American (Except Brazilian and Argentina) model
RU : Russian model
SP6 : South East Asian area (Except Indian, Thai) model
TH : Thai model

HOW TO OPEN THE TRAY WHEN POWER SWITCH TURN OFF


Note: Refer to “2. DISASSEMBLY” to remove the loader (CDM1) from the unit.

loader (CDM1) gear

2 Draw out the tray.

tray
– Bottom view – 1 Rotate the gear in the
direction of the arrow.
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SECTION 2
DISASSEMBLY
• This set can be disassembled in the order shown below.

2-1. DISASSEMBLY FLOW

‡ JIG
SET When disassembling the unit, use the following
jig for speaker removal.

Part No. Description


2-2. LEFT SIDE COVER, J-2501-238-A JIG FOR SPEAKER REMOVAL
RIGHT SIDE COVER
(Page 6)

2-3. TOP COVER BLOCK


(Page 7)

2-4. MAIN VOLUME KNOB, 2-7. LOADER (CDM1) 2-8. BT BOARD


MIC VOLUME KNOB (Page 10) (Page 11)
(Page 8)

2-9. CHASSIS BLOCK


2-5. CONTROL BOARD (Page 12)
(Page 9)

2-6. TOP COVER ASSY,


NFC BOARD 2-10. FRONT PANEL BLOCK 2-15. LOADER BLOCK
(Page 9) (Page 13) (Page 18)

2-16. MAIN BOARD


2-11. TWEETER UNIT WIRE 2-13. LED A BOARD, (Page 19)
(Page 14) LED B BOARD
(Page 16)
2-17. PSU BOARD
2-12. TWEETER UNIT (SP2, SP3) (Page 19)
(Page 15) 2-14. WOOFER UNIT (SP1)
(Page 17)

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

2-2. LEFT SIDE COVER, RIGHT SIDE COVER

4 right side cover

1 screw
2 two screws

3 claw
1 screw

2 two screws

4 left side cover


3 claw

1 two screws

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2-3. TOP COVER BLOCK

front side
front side
This side is the
terminal side.

wire

3 two screws 4 screw

– Left view –

2 connector (4P)
(XP7)
1 FFC (20P)
(XP10)

6 three claws
5 Lift up the top cover block
in the direction of the arrow.

9 top cover block

8 connector (5P)
(XP6)

7 Remove the top cover


block in the direction
of the arrow.

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2-4. MAIN VOLUME KNOB, MIC VOLUME KNOB

Note 1: The MIC volume knob can be removed even without remov-
ing the main volume knob.

3 Insert a flathead screwdriver at both sides of


the MIC volume knob and lift at the same time.
Note 2: When using a flathead screwdriver, work
carefully so that you do not damage the
MIC volume knob and top cover block.

2 main volume knob

4 MIC volume knob

hole
top cover block flathead flathead
screwdriver screwdriver

Note 3: Place soft pieces of cloth between


the MIC volume knob and the top
cover block to avoid damaging
the top cover block.

front side

1 Push the main volume knob


by a flathead screwdriver. ‡ How to install the volume knob
When installing the volume knob to the rotary encoder, align the directions
of the D-shaped tip of the rotary encoder and the D-shaped notch at the
inner side of the volume knob.

main volume knob top cover block

MIC volume knob

rotary encoder rotary encoder

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2-5. CONTROL BOARD

5 CONTROL board
1 seven screws
1 seven screws

1 four screws

This side is
the terminal side.

4 FFC (20P)
top cover block (XP1)

3 connector (2P)
(XP2)

rear side

2 Lift up the CONTROL board block


in the direction of the arrow.

top side

2-6. TOP COVER ASSY, NFC BOARD

Note: When replacing the NFC board, be sure to replace the BT board
and the NFC board simultaneously. The NFC board cannot re-
place with single. Among the repair parts, the BT board and the
NFC board is supplied as one unit.

3 top cover assy


5 NFC board
4 connector (2P)
(XP15)

rear side

1 two claws 2 Peel the NFC board block


off of the adhesive sheet.

top side

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2-7. LOADER (CDM1)

5 two screws
5 two screws

1 cushion

3 connector (6P)
(XP5)

2 FFC (24P)
(XP4)

The opposite side is


the terminal side.

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loader (CDM1) three hooks cushion

4 connector (2P)
(XP6)

–5LJKWYLHZ– MAIN board


front side

6 loader (CDM1)

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2-8. BT BOARD

Note 1: When replacing the BT board, be sure to replace the BT board


and the NFC board simultaneously. The BT board cannot re-
place with single. Among the repair parts, the BT board and
the NFC board is supplied as one unit.

3 handle block 6 handle

rear side

5 screw
two bosses
7 BT board
Note 2: When installing the BT
board, align the two holes
and the two bosses.
1 FFC (24P) 2 two screws two holes
(XP35) This side is the terminal side.
The opposite side is
the terminal side. 5 screw
A

4 FFC (24P)
(XP1)

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2-9. CHASSIS BLOCK

3 three screws
2 screw

wire

front side

1 connector (7P)
(XP11)

3 screw

3 screw

7 connector (4P) 8 chassis block


(XP9)

6 connector (4P) C
(XP13) A

4 rib

C
B
A 4 rib

5 connector (2P)
(XP14)

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2-10. FRONT PANEL BLOCK

4 All bosses are removed while


moving jig in the direction of
the arrow, and front panel block total eleven bosses
is removed.
1 three
screws

3 Insert the jig into the space and


slowly remove the front panel block.
Note 1: When using a jig, please work
carefully so as not to damage
the front panel block and
speaker cabinet.
1 screw speaker cabinet

4 All bosses are removed while


moving jig in the direction of
the arrow, and front panel block
2 Insert a flathead screwdriver is removed.
in two notches at bottom of 1 screw
the unit, and lift the front
panel block a little. bottom side 3 Insert the jig into the space and
slowly remove the front panel block.
Note 1: When using a jig, please work
carefully so as not to damage
the front panel block and
speaker cabinet.

5 front panel block


Note 2: When installing the front panel block,
remove the used bond and use a new
bond to fix the front panel block.

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2-11. TWEETER UNIT WIRE

1 Push the protrusion, and remove


the terminal (wide side).
tweeter unit (R-ch)
protrusion (SP3)

front side

front panel block

1 Push the protrusion, and remove


the terminal (narrow side).
protrusion

short wire
‡7ZHHWHUXQLWZLUHVHWWLQJ

long wire

2 tweeter unit wire

1 Push the protrusion, and remove tweeter unit (L-ch)


the terminal (narrow side). (SP2)

protrusion

1 Push the protrusion, and remove


the terminal (wide side).
short wire long wire
protrusion

to
tweeter unit
(R-ch)

to
tweeter unit
(L-ch)

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2-12. TWEETER UNIT (SP2, SP3)

‡ ,nVtallation Girection Ior tKe tweeter Xnit 5cK 63


Install so that the terminal (narrow side) of the tweeter
unit aligns with the direction of the arrow.

front side

front panel block


arrow

– Front panel block rear view –

3 tweeter unit (R-ch)


(SP3)

3 tweeter unit (L-ch)


(SP2)

1 two screws
2 bracket

1 two screws
2 bracket

‡ ,nVtallation Girection Ior tKe tweeter Xnit /cK 63


Install so that the terminal (wide side) of the tweeter
unit aligns with the direction of the arrow.

arrow

– Front panel block rear view –

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2-13. LED A BOARD, LED B BOARD

front side

front panel block

groove
groove
1 Draw the cable out
of the groove.

1 Draw the cable out


of the groove.

groove

3 Remove the LED B board


block in the direction of
the arrow. 5 cushion
2 screw

6 LED A
4 connector (2P) 5 cushion board
(XP4)
6 LED B
board
4 connector (2P)
(XP3) 2 screw
3 Remove the LED A board block
‡WireVeWWiQJ in the direction of the arrow.
top side groove

white line white line


groove
groove

LED B board LED A board


groove LED B board –)rRQWSDQeOEORFNreDrYieZ– LED A board groove

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2-14. WOOFER UNIT (SP1)

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Note: When installing the woofer unit (SP1),
make the position of terminals as shown
in the figure below.
top side

speaker cabinet block


woofer unit
(SP1)

terminal position

front side

– Speaker cabinet block front view –

4 woofer unit 2 Pull out the woofer unit block


(SP1) in the direction of the arrow.

narrow side

1 three screws

wide side

3 Push the protrusion, and remove the


terminal (narrow side).

protrusion
1 three screws

3 Push the protrusion,


and remove the
protrusion terminal (wide side).

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2-15. LOADER BLOCK

7 loader block 6 rib

6 rib

1 FFC (24P)
(XP4)

2 connector (6P)
(XP5)
B

The opposite side is


A the terminal side.
C
3 connector (2P)
(XP6)
5 three screws
4 three screws

‡WireVeWWiQJ
three hooks loader (CDM1)

B
A
C

front side –5iJKWYieZ– MAIN board


chassis block front side

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2-16. MAIN BOARD

3 screw

3 screw
3 screw

4 MAIN board

3 screw

2 screw

1 connector (9P)
(XP2)

front side
chassis block

2-17. PSU BOARD

A
3 two screws
3 two screws

groove
hole

4 PSU board
Note: When installing the PSU board, 1 connector (9P)
align the hole and groove with (XP2)
the two ribs.

2 AC inlet
connector (2P)
(CN501)
rib

rib

front side
chassis block

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Ver. 1.2 SECTION 3
TEST MODE
SOFTWARE VERSION DISPLAY
It can confirm the software version.

Procedure:
1. Press the [1] button to turn the power on.
2. Press the [FUNCTION] button to select the CD function.
3. Press the [Z] button to open the disc tray.
4. Press the button on the remote commander as following order,
the software version is displayed on the fluorescent indicator
tube.
[CLEAR] → [B] → [BACK]
(Displayed values in the following figure are example)

Screen display

MCU version BT version

Model No. MPEG version


(this model is “4”)
Model ID
(Destination)

Model ID (Destination)
Model ID (Destination) Display
US, CND models (UC2) 0
AEP model (CEL) 1
UK model (CEK) 2
RU model (RU1) 3
E4 model (E4) 4
E93 model (E93) 6
SP6 model (SP6) 7
AUS model (AU1) 8
TH model (TH1) 9
AR model (AR2) B
LA model (LA9) C

5. The software version display disappears in about 5 seconds,


and it return to the display of the normal mode.

FACTORY RESET
It can reset all MPEG settings and clear the Bluetooth linked list.
Execute this mode when returning the this unit to the customer.

Procedure:
1. Press the [1] button to turn the power on.
2. Press two buttons of the [x] and [– ] simultaneously for 5
seconds.
3. The message “RESET” is displayed on the fluorescent indica-
tor tube, and then reboot the system.

Screen display

20
MHC-V11
SECTION 4
ELECTRICAL CHECKS
TUNER SECTION 0 dB = 1 V CD SECTION

FM AUTO STOP CHECK Note:


1. CD block is basically constructed to operate without adjustment.
signal 2. Use YEDS-18 disc (Part No. 3-702-101-01) unless otherwise indicated.
generator 3. Use an oscilloscope with more than 10 M impedance.
unit 4. Clean the object lens by an applicator with neutral detergent when the
signal level is low than specified value with the following check.

Procedure: RF SIGNAL CHECK


1. Press the [1] button to turn the power on. oscilloscope
2. Input the following signal from signal generator to FM antenna (DC range)
input directly.
MAIN board
Carrier frequency : A = 87.5 MHz, B = 98 MHz, C = 108 MHz TP20 (PUHRF) +
Deviation : 75 kHz TP24 (VREF1) –
Modulation : 1 kHz
ANT input : 35 dBu (EMF) Procedure:
1. Connect the oscilloscope to TP20 (PUHRF) and TP24
Note: Use 75 ohm coaxial cable to connect signal generator and the unit. (VREF1) on the MAIN board.
You cannot use video cable for checking. 2. Press the [1] button to turn the power on.
Use signal generator whose output impedance is 75 ohm. 3. Press the [FUNCTION] button to turn the CD function.
4. Press the [Z] button to open the disc tray.
3. Press the [FUNCTION] button to turn the FM tuner function 5. Set the test disc (YEDS-18) on the disc tray.
and scan the input FM signal with automatic scanning. 6. Press the [Z] button to close the disc tray.
4. Confirm that input frequency of A, B and C detected and auto- 7. Press the [N] button to playback.
matic scanning stops. 8. Confirm that oscilloscope waveform is as shown in the figure
below. (eye pattern)
When the station signal is received in good condition, automatic A good eye pattern means that the diamond shape () in the
scanning stops. center of the waveform can be clearly distinguished.
VOLT/DIV: 200 mV
TIME/DIV: 400 ns

level: 1.2 ± 0.2 Vp-p

Connection Location:
– MAIN Board (Conductor Side) –

TP24
(VREF1)
TP24
(VREF1)

TP20
(PUHRF)
TP20
(PUHRF)

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SECTION 5
DIAGRAMS
5-1. BLOCK DIAGRAM - OVERALL Section -

MHC-V11
22 22
MHC-V11

5-2. BLOCK DIAGRAM - POWER SUPPLY Section -

MHC-V11
23 23
MHC-V11

THIS NOTE IS COMMON FOR PRINTED WIRING BOARDS AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS. • Circuit Boards Location
(In addition to this, the necessary note is printed in each block.)
For Printed Wiring Boards. For Schematic Diagrams. CONTROL board
Note: Note:
• : Pattern from the side which enables seeing. • All capacitors are in μF unless otherwise noted. (p: pF)
(The other layers’ patterns are not indicated.) 50 WV or less are not indicated except for electrolytics
and tantalums.
Caution: • All resistors are in Ω and 1/4 W or less unless otherwise NFC board
Pattern face side: Parts on the pattern face side seen specified.
(Conductor Side) from the pattern face are indicated.
Parts face side: Parts on the parts face side seen from Note: Note:
BT board
(Component Side) the parts face are indicated. The components identi- Les composants identifiés
fied by mark 0 or dotted par une marque 0 sont
line with mark 0 are criti- critiques pour la sécurité.
Note: When replacing the BT board or the NFC board, be cal for safety. Ne les remplacer que par
PSU board
sure to replace the BT board and the NFC board simul- Replace only with part une pièce portant le nu-
taneously. number specified. méro spécifié.
MAIN board
The BT board or the NFC board cannot replace with
single.
Among the repair parts, the BT board and the NFC
Note: When replacing the BT board or the NFC board, be
board is supplied as one unit.
sure to replace the BT board and the NFC board simul-
taneously.
The BT board or the NFC board cannot replace with KARAOKE (MIC) board
single.
Among the repair parts, the BT board and the NFC
board is supplied as one unit.
LED A board

LED B board

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MHC-V11

5-3. PRINTED WIRING BOARD - MAIN Board - • See page 24 for Circuit Boards Location. • : Uses unleaded solder.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
MAIN BOARD (COMPONENT SIDE)

A MAIN BOARD (CONDUCTOR SIDE)

MHC-V11
25 25
MHC-V11

5-4. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - MAIN Board (1/9) - • See page 42 for IC Block Diagrams.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

MAIN BOARD (1/9) SYSTEM_POWER & GND POWER INPUT +12V

A
36V V_12V
AMP_36V
C114 C113 R1 0
PSON 1 S D
100pF/50V/NP0 0.1uF/50V/X7R V_12V 1
2 Q1
2 C2 R2

G
MAIN_36V 3 P_AP2305
4 3 0.1uF/25V/X5R 47K R3
5 4 47
6 5
36V 6
7
8 7
C4 C6 8
100pF/50V/NP0 0.1uF/50V/X7R
9 R7 ZD1
9 47K ZMM12V/12V
XP2
AMP_POWER & GND 9PIN/2.0mm D1 LL4148 3.3V_D1_EN

POWER_EN R9 10K Q3
NPN_3DG3904M

C7
R11
ZD2 ZD3 47K 0.1uF/25V/X5R
R13
ZMM27/27V ZMM12V/12V 4.7K
V_12V V_-24V

B
R40 NC/10K

R14 680
Q5
NPN_3DG3904M
POWER CONTROL 12V
ZD4
1 C9 CE1 ZMM27/27V
0.1uF/50V/X7R
+ 47uF/50V
C10 D2
R15 10Ÿ 3 BAV99

0.1uF/50V/X7R 2

C11 C12 STB_3.3V 3.3V_D2 STB_3.3V 3.3V_D1


470pF/50V/NP0 470pF/50V/NP0
R16 100 USB_5V FB1 120/2A FB2 120/2A
+12V S D S D
MAGNETIC CLOSED Q6 Q7
MAIN_36V
C14 R17 C15

G
R18

G
L1 P_AP2305 P_AP2305
C13 0.01uF/50V/X7R 1 2 D3 MBRX180/80V/1A 0.1uF/25V/X5R 0.1uF/25V/X5R
100K 100K
FB4
U1 0

9
EUP3490
3 FB5 0

GNDP
FB3 STB_5V
R19
120/2A 22uH-48uH FB6 0
1 3 1K R20

C
BS SW
1K
R21 R22 R23
2 5 51K/1%
IN FB 15 62K/1%

CE2

C16
R24 10K Q8
3.3V_D2_EN 3.3V_D1_EN
+ NPN_3DG3904M
7 8

COMP
OCSET OVEN

0.1uF/50V/X7R
220uF/35V
GND
C19 C20 C21
C17
CE3

ZD5 R25
C18

+ ZMM6V2/6.2V 47K 0.1uF/25V/X5R

0.1uF/16V/X7R
10uF/16V/X5R
4

6
1uF/50V/X7R

0.1uF/50V/X7R

R26
100uF/50V

220K
C22 C23 CE4 R27 R28
POWER CONTROL 3.3V_D1
+ 13K/1% 10K/1%
1500pF/50V/X7R

820pF/50V/NP0
D4

470uF/10V
SS34B/40V/3A
R29
POWER CONTROL 3.3V_D2
10K
FOR NET_STB POWER

R406
2.2

D Close to VIN STB_5V


U2 M+5V VCC_D
VOUT=0.92*(62+13)/13=5.3V 4
VIN
Voven=1.02*(10+51)/10=6.22V 1
SS VOUT
5 FB7 120/2A

R30 1K 3 2

36Vĺ12V,5V,-24V POWER_EN

C24 C25
EN

EUP3504
GND

R31
C26
1uF/16V/X7R

1uF/16V/X7R
0.01uF/50V/X7R 20

U3 STB_5V U4 STB_3.3V
SGM203-2ADJ3 1.8V_D SY8089A
4 3 L2 2.2uH/3.4A R34 0
0 close to LDO 1 5 VIN LX
C30

C29

C31

3.3V_D1 R35
VIN VOUT

E C28
R32
CE5
POWER CONTROL 5V
C27 R36 47K
100pF/50V/NP0

33pF/50V/NP0

2.2uF/10V/X5R

+
3 4 R33 R37
47K GND
0.1uF/16V/X7R
10uF/16V/X5R

EN ADJ/SENSE 82K/1%

100uF/16V/SMD
15K/1% 1 5 C33 C34
GND C183 EN VFB
C32

1000pF/50V/X7R
10uF/16V/X5R
2

2
10uF/10V/X7R

0.1uF/16V/X7R

R39
R38 18K/1%
12K/1%
Vout=0.8*(1+15/12)=1.8V VOUT=0.6*(82+18)/18=3.3V

3.3V_D1ĺ1.8V
STB_5VĺSTB_3.3V

U5 Q9 L3
3.3V_D2 NPN_MMBT8050C 10uH/100mA
CW1117 1.2V_D
VCC_D FM_3.3V
3 2 C36
input Vout 0.1uF/25V/X5R
ADJ/GND

C35

F
C37 C38 220 R41
4 10uF/16V/X5R
Out ZD6
R42
C40
4.7uF/25V/X5R

1uF/16V/X7R

C39

NC/120/1%
1

BZV55C3V9/3.9V C41
10uF/16V/X5R

0.1uF/25V/X5R

1uF/10V/X7R

R43
Vout=1.25*(1+R25/R44)=1.25V
0
AGND

3.3V_D2ĺ1.2V VCC_DĺFM_3.3V

MHC-V11
26 26
MHC-V11

5-5. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - MAIN Board (2/9) -

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

MAIN BOARD (2/9)


A
3.3V_D2
R44 100K
XP3
1
XI Y1 27MHz/30PPM R45 1K XO DEBUG_TX 2 1 RF3.3V

PUHRF
2

R46
DEBUG_RX 3

RF3.3V
4 3
GND 4

VVCC3
C42 C43

C44

C45

C46
VCC1.2 D33 D33 MCLK_1 I2S_MCLK R47 33 R48 0
AD_MCLK

USB_DM
USB_DP
30pF/50V/NP0 39pF/50V/NP0

R53
4PIN/2.0mm VCC1.2 BCLK_1 I2S_BCLK R49 33 R50 0
LRCLK_1 I2S_LRCK R51 33 R52 0 AD_BCLK
AD_LRCK

VVCC3

VVCC3
1K
C47
C48
C49
DATA_IN_1 I2S_DATA_IN R54 33

100pF/50V/NP0

100pF/50V/NP0

100pF/50V/NP0
DATA6
Put these circuits as

HOMESW 4.7K

TP1
TP2
TP3
closer as possible to C51 C52 C53
C50

93 NC/1uF/10V/X7R
MPEG DECODER. R56

XOPVIN1
XOPVIP1

USB_DM
92 1uF/10V/X7R
910.1uF/25V/X5R

USB_DP

V_FSADJ

5.6pF/50V/NP0

5.6pF/50V/NP0

5.6pF/50V/NP0
10uF/16V/X5R 1K

LDSW
Crystal AOUT_R

XO
XI
AOUT_L

C
D
E

A
B
F

SRC_MCLK
SRC_BCLK
SRC_LRCK
102
101
100
B

99
98
97
96
95
94

90
89
88
87
86
85
84
83
82
81
80
79
78
77
76
75
74
73
72
71
70
69
68
67
66
65
APC_AVSS

AGCCAP
OPVIN
OPVIP
E

AD_AVDD
AD_AVSS
F
A
B
C
D
RFSUM
RFIS

LDSW/GPIO67
HOME/GPIO66
VDD_12

PLL_VDD
PLL_VSS
USB_AVSS
USB_DM

USB_AVDD
USB_DP

VDD_12
TV_AVSS
TV_DAC3
TV_DAC2
TV_DAC1
TV_AVDD
TV_AVSS
TV_AVDD
TV_DAC0
V_FSADJ
CLKOUT
CLKIN

V_COMP
AOUT_R
AOUT_L
3.3V_D2 TP4 Close to MPEG

CE6 47uF/16V/SMD 103 64


FB8 500/200mA 104 CDLDO NC ADAC_AVSS 63 C56 10uF/16V/X5R

+
D33 CDLDO ADAC_AVDD AVCC3
C58

C55

C59

C54 0.1uF/25V/X5R 105 DVDMDI 62 DAC_VREF C57 0.1uF/25V/X5R


0.1uF/25V/X5R

0.1uF/25V/X5R

0.1uF/25V/X5R

C60 106 CDMDI NC VREF 61


C61 Digital CE7 47uF/16V/SMD 107 CDMDI AIN_R 60 AD_VCC3
RF3.3V SRV_AVDD AD_AVDD
1uF/16V/X7R 1000pF/50V/X7R VREF1 108 59

+
C62 0.1uF/25V/X5R VREF2 109 V21 AD_AVSS 58 R192 33
V165 GPIO54 BT_MFB_MPEG
110 57 R59 33 AMP_RESET
C63 680pF/50V/X7R TRACK_S R60 91K 111 DA_AVSS GPIO53 56
Close to 8104WW TP6 C64 1000pF/50V/X7R FOCUS_S R61 20K/1% 112 DA_TEO GPIO52 55
SDRAM +3.3V 113 DA_FEO GPIO51 54 FB32 Bead/220 VFD_CS
RFDA3.3V DA_AVDD GPIO50 VFD_CS
FB9 500/200mA C65 0.1uF/25V/X5R SPDL_S R62 2.2K 114 53 FB33 Bead/220 VFD_CLK R63 4.7K STB_3.3V
SD33 SPDC_OUT/GPIO70 SPDIF_IN/GPIO48 VFD_CLK
C66 0.1uF/25V/X5R SLED_S R65 2.2K 115 52 FB34 Bead/220 VFD_DATA
SC_OUT/GPIO71 SPHE8104W-128 SPDIF_OUT/GPIO47 VFD_DATA R64 4.7K
R66

R67
116 51 M_A3
C67 C68 C69 DRVSB 117 GPIO72 M_A3 50 M_A2
4.7uF/25V/X5R 4.7uF/25V/X5R I2C_SW R68 33 118 DMEA M_A2 49 M_A1 R69 33
0.1uF/25V/X5R I2C_SW CARD_SENSE/GPIO74 M_A1 I2C1_SDA
C181

I2C_SCL I2C_SCL 119 48 M_A0


I2C_SDA 120 SD_D0/GPIO75 M_A0 47 M_A10
NC/0

I2C_SDA R70 33
Close to SDRAM TP7 SD_CLK/GPIO76 M_A10 I2C1_SCL
33

INSW R71 2.2K 121 46 M_BA1

C
122 SD_SMD/GPIO77 M_BA1 45 M_BA0
100pF/50V/NP0

TP8 GPIO78 M_BA0


FB10 500/200mA TRAY+ 123 44 M_RAS
RF3.3V
DVDVR

CDVR 124 GPIO79 M_RAS 43 M_CAS


CE8 C70 C71 C72 SF_CS 125 CDVR M_CAS 42 M_WE
+
0.1uF/25V/X5R

RF +3.3V SPI_CE M_WE


0.1uF/25V/X5R

0.1uF/25V/X5R

SPI_D0 126 41 M_DQM0


100uF/16V/SMD SF_CK 127 SPI_D0 M_DQM0 40 M_A4
Close to 8104WW SPI_D1 128 SPI_CLK M_A4 39 M_A5 FLASH

HSYNC/GPIO7
VSYNC/GPIO8
SPI_D1 M_A5
AMP_FAULT

IR_IN/GPIO3
D33

VFD_DATA
TP9 F3V3 F3V3

RESET_B
VFD_CLK
VFD_STB

M_DQM1
VDD_33

VDD_12

VDD_33
GPIO86

M_CLK
M_D15
M_D14
M_D13
M_D12
M_D11
M_D10

M_A11
GPIO4
GPIO5

M_D0
M_D1
M_D2
M_D3
M_D4
M_D5
M_D6
M_D7

M_D9
M_D8

M_A9
M_A8
M_A7
M_A6
R73 0 AD_VCC3

VSS

VSS

R74

R72

R75
C73
Internal AD +3.3V

0.1uF/25V/X5R
C74 C75 1.2V_D U6

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
4.7uF/25V/X5R 0.1uF/25V/X5R TP10
D33

10K

10K

10K
R76 0

I2S_DATA_IN

R81 GPIO25
VCC1.2 F3V3
C76

C77

R79 U7
0.1uF/25V/X5R

0.1uF/25V/X5R

MPEG_RX
Close to 8104WW

I2S_MCLK

MPEG_TX
I2S_LRCK
1 8

I2S_BCLK
SF_CS
TP11 Play 90mA CE# VDD

M_DQM1
C78 R78 SPI_D0 2 7
SO HOLD#

M_D15
M_D14
M_D13
M_D12
M_D11
M_D10
Standby 8mA 1000pF/50V/X7R 1K 3 6 R77 33 SF_CK

M_D0
M_D1
M_D2
M_D3
M_D4
M_D5
M_D6
M_D7

M_D9
M_D8

M_A9
M_A8
M_A7
M_A6
FB11 500/200mA 22Ÿ 4 WP# SCK 5 SPI_D1
VVCC3 VSS SI
C80

C81

C82

I2C_SDA R80 33 DSP_SDA


DSP_SDA KH25L1606EM2I-12G NOR 16M FLASH
Video DAC +3.3V

D33
Close to 8104WW C79
R83 Bead/220 TUNER_SDA

D33
4.7uF/25V/X5R

VCC1.2
R82 4.7K TUNER_SDA
4.7uF/25V/X5R

0.1uF/25V/X5R

0.1uF/25V/X5R

D
D33

M_A11 0
R84 4.7K
R87 4.7K RAM_CLK D33 C83
RF3.3V RFDA3.3V MPEG_RST 47pF/50V/NP0
TP12 R85 R86 C84
TP13 33 33 5.6pF/50V/NP0
FB12 500/200mA R88
R89 2.2 AVCC3 1K
I2S_DATA_OUT

I2C_SCL R90 33 DSP_SCL


+ C85 Internal DA +3.3V C86 DSP_SCL
CE9 0.1uF/25V/X5R C87
debug_RX

R91 Bead/220 TUNER_SCL


debug_TX

100uF/16V/SMD 4.7uF/25V/X5R 0.1uF/25V/X5R TUNER_SCL


C88
47pF/50V/NP0 M_A[0..11] MA[0..11] (3)
M_D[0..15]
M_BA[0..1] DQ[0..15] (3)
BA[0..1] (3)
M_DQM[0..1]
DQM[0..1] (3)
RAM_CLK
STB_3.3V DCLK (3)

M_CAS
CAS# (3)
R92 R93 M_RAS
RAS# (3)
M_WE
WE# (3)

E
10K 10K
RF3.3V
MPEG_RX R94 1K BT_TX
BT_TX
R95
47uF/16V/SMD

C89 CE10 MPEG_TX R96 1K BT_RX


BT_RX
TM1

TM2
TP14
TP15
TP16
TP17
TP18
TP19

TP20
TP21
TP22
TP23

TP24
TP25
TP26
TP27
TP28

TM3
TP30
TP31
TP32

TP33
TP34
TP29
0.1uF/25V/X5R
5.1Ÿ
27
28

U8
CDLDO Q10 A+5V DRVSB TP35
CD5890
XP5
R98

24 FACT- PNP_MMBT8550C FOCUS_S 1 28 SLED- 6 FB36 500/800mA SL_MOT+


23 FACT+ VINFC MUTE R97 6 5 FB37 500/800mA SL_MOT-
SLED+ 5
22 TACT+ VCC_D A+5V 2 27 VREF2 GND 4
21 TACT- TR_B1 BIAS 100pF/50V/NP0 4 3 FB38 500/800mA HOMESW
20 C FB42 500/800mA R99 2.2 3 26 TRACK_S HOMESW 3 2 FB39 500/800mA SP_MOT+
REGO2 VINTK 3.3V_D2 2
10K

XP4 19 D SP+ 1 FB40 500/800mA SP_MOT-


1

C136

C155

C156

C157
18 LDSW SPDL_S 4 25 SP-

C90
17 PUHRF VINSL TR_B2 6PIN/2.0mm

TM4
TP36
16 A TRAY- 5 24 RF3.3V
15 B REGO1 RESET

100pF/50V/NP0

100pF/50V/NP0

100pF/50V/NP0

100pF/50V/NP0

100pF/50V/NP0
R101

R102
14 A+5V F TRAY+ R100 SL- 6 23 SLED_S C91
FWD VINLD
TOP

13
12 VREF1 C92 0.1uF/25V/X5R
FOR DONGLI LOADER M+5V
TRAY-
NC/0
R103 SL+ 7 22
10uF/16V/X5R 10K
TP37
GND REV GND
11 C93 0.1uF/25V/X5R NC/0 M5V
M5V R104 1K MPEG_RST MPEG_RST
10 E 2PIN/2.0mm

1K
9 29 30
24PIN/0.5mm

8 CDVR# R105 100 CDVR FB13 500/800mA GND GND 1


1

F
7 DVDVR# R106 NC/100 DVDVR R107 D5 C95 2 FB41 500/800mA INSW
2
C193

6 PUH_CDLD# PUH_CDLD 8 21 C94 0.1uF/25V/X5R 10K LL4148 0.1uF/16V/X7R TRAY_DECT


5 DVDMDI DVDMDI C96 VCC1 VCTL Q11
+ XP6
4 R108 0 CDMDI CE11 9 20 NPN_3DG3904M C97
3 100uF/16V/SMD 0.1uF/25V/X5R VOTR- VCCD Close to 8104WW

1000pF/50V/X7R
NC/100pF/50V/NP0

2 PUH_DVDLD# R109 0 10 19
VOTR+ VCC2
C99

1
C98

11 18
SP_MOT-
VOSL+ VOLD-
SL_MOT+
RESET
SP_MOT+ R110 1 12 17 SL_MOT-
1000pF/50V/X7R
25
26

XOPVIP1 VOSL- VOLD+


0.1uF/25V/X5R

XOPVIN1 FACT- 13 16 TACT-


VOFC- VOTK-
TM5

TM6

TM7
TP39

TP38

FACT+ 14 15 TACT+
VOFC+ VOTK+

MHC-V11
27 27
MHC-V11

5-6. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - MAIN Board (3/9) - • See page 42 for IC Block Diagrams.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

MAIN BOARD (3/9)


A
S=H:2ĺON 1ĺOFF
U9
SDRAM SD33
USB SWITCH S=L:1ĺON 2ĺOFF
C207 NC/0.1uF/16V/X7R
MA0 23 2 DQ7
MA1 24 A0 DQ0 4 DQ6 STB_3.3V
MA2 25 A1 DQ1 5 DQ5
A2 DQ2

C100

C101

C102

C103

C104

C105
MA3 26 7 DQ4
MA4 29 A3 DQ3 8 DQ3
MA5 30 A4 DQ4 10 DQ2

10
A5 DQ5

8
MA6 31 11 DQ1

1000pF/50V/X7R
U11

0.1uF/25V/X5R

0.1uF/25V/X5R

0.1uF/25V/X5R

0.1uF/25V/X5R

0.1uF/25V/X5R
MA7 32 A6 DQ6 13 DQ0

Vcc

OE
MA8 33 A7 DQ7 42 DQ8
MA9 34 A8 DQ8 44 DQ9

B
MA10 22 A9 DQ9 45 DQ10
MA11 35 A10/AP DQ10 47 DQ11 D+ 1 7 USB_DP STB_3.3V
A11 DQ11 D+ HSD2+ USB_DP
DBA0 20 48 DQ12
DBA1 21 BA0/A13 DQ12 50 DQ13 D- 2 6 USB_DM
BA1/A12 DQ13 D- HSD2- USB_DM
51 DQ14
DQ14 CHG_EN
SDCLK 38 53 DQ15 DRAS# RAS# DQ[0..15] C208

HSD1+
CLK DQ15

HSD1-
37 (2) DQ[0..15]

GND
SD33 CKE MA[0..11]

1uF/16V/X7R
SD33 DWE# WE# (2) MA[0..11]
19 1 (2) BA[0..1] BA[0..1]
DRAS# 18 CS VCC 14 DCAS# CAS# (2) DQM[0..1] DQM[0..1] SGM7227

5
DCAS# 17 RAS VCC 27 (2) DCLK DCLK
CAS VCC R116
DWE# 16 SD33 DBA0 BA0
WE R344
3 (2) CAS# CAS# 10K
DQM0 15 VCCQ 9 DBA1 BA1 (2) RAS# RAS#
DQML VCCQ NC/0
DQM1 39 43 (2) WE# WE#
DQMH VCCQ 49 SDCLK DCLK
36 VCCQ
40 NC 6 SDRAM
NC VSSQ 12
54 VSSQ 46
41 VSS VSSQ 52
28 VSS VSSQ
VSS
R211
U30 10K
SDRAM_64Mb_M12L64164A-7T

1
SGM7227

D-

D+
3 10 BT_update_EN
GND S

4 9 C206
HSD1- Vcc STB_3.3V

NC/0.1uF/16V/X7R
HSD2+
HSD2-
5 8
HSD1+ OE

7
BT_DM

BT_DP
STB_3.3V

To front board MODE CHG_EN BT_update_EN USB_EN


R111

R112

D
USB sync H X H
Compatible for footprint
USB_VCC1 XP7
U10 GMT_G527 4PIN/2.0mm USB charge L L H
USB_5V R113 NC/0
4.7K

4.7K

1
USB_5V 6 1 FL1 ELE900 2 1
IN OUT 1 USB_VCC1 2
USB_EN 4 D- 4 3 3 BT sync L H L
USB_EN EN 3
USB_FAULT USB_FAULT 3 2 D+ 1 2 4
FLG GND C106 C107 4
5
ILIM C112
C108 + CE12 0.1uF/50V/X7R 100pF/50V/NP0
C109
CE13 C111 R114 NC/0
+ C110 220uF/16V/SMD

1uF/25V/X7R
10uF/16V/X5R

1uF/25V/X7R

1uF/16V/X7R

0.1uF/50V/X7R
220uF/16V/SMD

ESD1 ESD2

R115

NC/MLSEP24B-0603

NC/MLSEP24B-0603
24K/1%

E R115=24K,Ilim=1.5Amin
USB PORT
USB POWER SWITCH

MHC-V11
28 28
MHC-V11

5-7. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - MAIN Board (4/9) - • See page 42 for IC Block Diagrams.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

MAIN BOARD (4/9)


A STB_5V
MCU_3.3V MCU_3.3V STB_3.3V

I2C1_SDA
I2C1_SCL
MCU_RST
R117
0
R183 R186 To LED board*2
100 100
R120
SPK LED control

SWCLK
R118 R119
4.7K 4.7K 27K LED_A+ LED_B+
MCU_3.3V D6
LL4148
XP8

Party_Chain_SW
Party_Chain_Out
LED_A LED_B To LED_B 4 R188 500/200mA LED_B-

Party_Chain_In

EPR_3.3V
4 MCU_RST 4 3
R121 4.7K R191 500/200mA LED_B+
4 3

SW_G3157
SWDIO 3 2 R122 500/200mA LED_A-
3 2

NFC_INT
SWCLK 2 C115
To LED_A 1 R123 500/200mA LED_A+

Blue_LED1
1 2 C116 0.1uF/25V/X5R LED_A- LED_B- 1
1 C117 XP9
2.2uF/16V/X7R 0.1uF/16V/X7R U12 4PIN/2.0mm
4PIN/2.0mm

C118

C119

C150

C151

C190

C189

C192

C191
1 8
NC VCC

MCU_3.3V
Close to MCU 2 7 Q28
NC WP

NPN_3DG3904M
R158

R126

R143
R128
R129
R130
R131

R132
3 6 EPR_SCL R124 33 I2C2_SCL

B
NC SCL Flash_LED3 R181 4.7K
4 5 EPR_SDA R125 33 I2C2_SDA

100pF/50V/NP0

100pF/50V/NP0

100pF/50V/NP0

100pF/50V/NP0

NC/100pF/50V/NP0

NC/100pF/50V/NP0

NC/100pF/50V/NP0

NC/100pF/50V/NP0
GND SDA
NC/M24C16-MN6 EEPROM 16K C149
R184

0.1uF/25V/X5R
10K

1M

1M
1M
1M
0

33

33

33
U13

64
63
62
61
60
59
58
57
56
55
54
53
52
51
50
49
VDD
VSS
PB9
PB8
BOOT0
PB7
PB6
PB5
PB4
PB3
PD2
PC12
PC11
PC10
PA15
PA14
MCU_3.3V MCU_3.3V

1 48 STB_3.3V
VDD PF7 4052_SW1
R146 1M 2 47 R136 1M
3 PC13 PF6 46 SWDIO
POWER_EN PC14/OSC32_IN PA13

C120

C121

C122

C135
R137 R138 R133 R134 R135 1M 4 45 R139 1M
YI 5 PC15/OSC32_OUT PA12 44 R140 1M
YO 6 PF0/OSC_IN PA11 43 R145 1M
PF1/OSC_OUT PA10
To front board

0.1uF/25V/X5R

0.1uF/25V/X5R

0.1uF/25V/X5R

0.1uF/25V/X5R
4.7K 10K 10K 10K MCU_RST 7 42 IR R141 R142
ADC1_KEY 8 NRST PA9 41 R151 1M
ADC2_KEY 9 PC0 PA8 40 R178 1M
ADC3_KEY 10 PC1 STM32F030R8T6 PC9 39 Flash_LED3 R179 NC/10K 4.7K 4.7K
11 PC2 PC8 38 R127 33
I2C_SW PC3 PC7 FAN_PWM XP10
12 37 R144 33

C
VSSA PC6 BT_MFB_MCU
MCU_3.3V 13 36 BT_RESET 20 FB35 500/800mA STB_5V
R148 33 14 VDDA PB15 35 VOL- 20 19
BT_update_EN 15 PA0 PB14 34 VOL+ 19 18 R147 Blue_LED1
3.3V_D2_EN 0
16 PA1 PB13 33 R149 33 18 17 FB16 500/800mA
UART2_TX1 PA2 PB12 USB_EN 17 VCC_D
16
16 15 FB17 Bead/220 VFD_CLK
15 14 FB18 Bead/220 VFD_CS VFD_CLK

PB10
PB11

VDD
VSS
PC4
PC5
14
PA3

PA4
PA5
PA6
PA7

PB0
PB1
PB2
VFD_CS
PF4
PF5 13 FB19 Bead/220 VFD_DATA
13 12 VFD_DATA
12 11 FB20 500/800mA V_12V
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
11 10 FB21 500/800mA
10 V_-24V
STB_3.3V 9
9
R152
R153
R154
R155
R156
R157

R159
R162
R163
8 R150 0 ADC1_KEY
R160 1K 8 7 R161 ADC2_KEY
0
R164 1K 7 6 R165 ADC3_KEY
0
6 5
5 4 R166 VOL+
0
4
1M
1M
1M
1M
33
33

33
33
33

R167 1M 3 R168 0 VOL-


3 2 R169 NFC
0 NFC
2 1
MCU_3.3V
Y2
I2C2_SDA

1
I2C2_SCL

YO R170 1K YI
20PIN/1.0mm
MIC_DET

C125

C126

C127

C128

C129

C130

C131

C132

C133

C134
14.7456MHz/30PPM
C124
C123

D
VALID
NFC_BT

USB_FAULT
AUDIO_MUTE

30pF/50V/NP0
CHG_EN

100pF/50V/NP0

100pF/50V/NP0

100pF/50V/NP0

100pF/50V/NP0

100pF/50V/NP0

100pF/50V/NP0

100pF/50V/NP0

100pF/50V/NP0

100pF/50V/NP0

100pF/50V/NP0
YSS_Rest

27pF/50V/NP0

R171 10K
STB_3.3V
STB_3.3V MCU_3.3V

Close to MCU
AMP_MUTE

FB22 500/800mA

C137 C138 C139 C140 C141


0.1uF/25V/X5R

0.1uF/25V/X5R

0.1uF/25V/X5R

0.1uF/25V/X5R

0.1uF/25V/X5R

V_12V

To MIC board
FB23
500/800mA

E 7
7 C142 0.1uF/25V/X5R
6 MIC_GND
6 5 R172 MIC_IN
0 MIC_IN
5 4 FB24 500/800mA
4 STB_5V
3
3 2 R173 IR
0
2 1 R174 MIC_DET
0
1

C143

C144
XP11
7PIN/2.0mm

100pF/50V/NP0

100pF/50V/NP0
F

MHC-V11
29 29
MHC-V11

5-8. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - MAIN Board (5/9) - • See page 42 for IC Block Diagrams.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

MAIN BOARD (5/9)


A
U14
1 28
LGRP MODE2
R175 0 2 27
SRC_MCLK RCKI MODE1
3 26
NC MODE0
BT_DATA 4 25 R176 33
SDIN BCKO SRC_BCLK

C353 C354 BT_BCLK 5 24 R177 33


BCKI LRCKO SRC_LRCK

25
26
10uF/16V/X5R 0.1uF/25V/X5R
BT_LRCK 6 23 R180 33
LRCKI SDOUT SRC_DATA
1 R341 0
STB_3.3V 3.3V_D1
7 22
2 VIO VDD 3.3V_D1
3 C146 C147 C145 C148
8 21
4 DGND1 DGND2
5 10uF/16V/X5R 0.1uF/25V/X5R 0.1uF/25V/X5R 10uF/16V/X5R
BT_DM 9 20
6 BYPAS TDMI
BT_DP
7
R182 4.7K 10 19 R185 4.7K
8 R827 0 BT_LRCK 3.3V_D1 IFMT0 OFMT0 3.3V_D1

B
9
11 18
XP35 10 R826 0 BT_BCLK 24-Bit I2S IFMT1 OFMT1 24-Bit I2S
24PIN/0.5mm 11
12 17
12 R825 0 BT_DATA IFMT2 OWL0

TOP
13 NFC_BT NFC_BT
MPEG_RST R187 1K 13 16
14 R824 0 BT_RESET BT_RESET RST OWL1
15
C152 14 15
16 MUTE RDY TP40
17 0.1uF/25V/X5R
18 SRC4182
19
20 R821 0 BT_RX
21 R822 BT_TX BT_RX
0
22 BT_MFB BT_TX
23
D7
24
C355 C356 C357 C358 C359 C361 C362 C363 2 BT_MFB_MPEG

NC/15pF/50V/NP0

NC/15pF/50V/NP0

NC/15pF/50V/NP0

NC/15pF/50V/NP0

NC/15pF/50V/NP0

NC/15pF/50V/NP0

NC/15pF/50V/NP0

NC/15pF/50V/NP0
3

27
28
VCC_D
1 BT_MFB_MCU S: L-->B1 VCC_D

BAT54C S: H-->B2
R189
NC/10K
R190

C
U17
1 6 47
SRC_DATA B2 S SW_G3157
2 5
GND VCC
3 4 C161 C162
AD_DATA B1 A DATA6

0.1uF/16V/X7R
74LVC1G3157GV 10uF/16V/X5R

D NFC_IN STB_3.3V

R194
100K

NFC_INT
NFC_INT
TP41

NFC NFC R196 100K Q14


NPN_3DG3904M

C163 R199
100pF/50V/NP0 1M

MHC-V11
30 30
MHC-V11

5-9. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - MAIN Board (6/9) -

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

MAIN BOARD (6/9) Reserved 3.3V_D1

A
3.3V_D1
VCC_D R206 5.6Ÿ

CE14 C171
+

Audio IN

0.1uF/25V/X5R
220uF/16V/SMD
FB25
500/200mA R209 R210
4.7K 4.7K

U20
Analog_In_R C173 4.7uF/10V/X5R 1 16
2 AINR CKS0 15
Audio In_L R203 20K/1% AUX_L Audio In_R R204 20K/1% AUX_R 3 AINL CKS2 14
4 CKS1 DIF 13
C177 C178 VCOM PDN
10uF/6.3V/X5R 10uF/6.3V/X5R 5 12 AD_BCLK AD_BCLK
C180 C182 6 AGND SCLK 11 AD_MCLK
VA MCLK AD_MCLK
7 10 AD_LRCK AD_LRCK
NC/180pF/50V/NP0 NC/180pF/50V/NP0 8 VD LRCK 9 AD_DATA
R388 R389 DGND SDTO AD_DATA

C186 0.1uF/25V/X5R
C184
10K/1% 10K/1%
ADC_AK5358A
C187

10uF/16V/X5R
Analog_In_L C185 4.7uF/10V/X5R NC/0.1uF/25V/X5R

B
3.3V_OP

INR+ 1
RINP
U15

LINP
14 INL+ Audio OUT V_12V VCC_4052
INR- 2 13 INL- R394 R198 20K/1%
RINN LINN 1.5K/1% R228 0 Vref_Analog
INR_OUT 3 12 INL_OUT
OUTR OUTL R197 10K C158 100pF/50V/NP0 INR_OUT

AUX_IN_GND
R229 0 R230 R231
4 11 R201 30K R202 1K
SGND UVP 1K 100K
INR- VCC_4052
3.3V_OP C176

R232 1M

R233 1M

R234 1M

R235 1M
R195 470 5 10 3.3V_D1
AUDIO_MUTE MUTE# PGND 10uF/6.3V/X5R
S0: L-->nY0 Vref_Analog
6
PVSS PVDD
9 R200 0 1+20K/10K S0: H-->nY1
R236 100

0.1uF/16V/X7R
C159 7 8 C195 + CE15 R237 R238 C196

C
C164 CN CP 1K 100K 1uF/16V/X7R
R193 U21 100uF/16V/SMD
0.1uF/25V/X5R

1uF/16V/X7R

47K AS9632 C165 C172 CE24 R205 20K/1% 4.7uF/10V/X5R


+ FM_L R240 0 C197 12 16
0.1uF/16V/X7R FM_L AUX_L C198 4.7uF/10V/X5R 14 X0 VCC

10uF/6.3V/X5R
X1

NC/100uF/16V/SMD
C160 1uF/16V/X7R R207 10K C166 100pF/50V/NP0 INL_OUT 15
R241 NC/20K/1% X2
11
X3 13 Analog_In_L
INL- 4.7uF/10V/X5R X
C179 FM_R R245 0 C201 1
FM_R AUX_R C202 4.7uF/10V/X5R 5 Y0
10uF/6.3V/X5R Y1
2
R247 NC/20K/1% Y2
4
R215 Y3 3 Analog_In_R
100K R251 33 10 Y
C168 4052_SW1 A
470K 9
B
INR_OUT R213 0 Audio Out_R 6
A_OUT_L A_OUT_R R255 7 EN 8
A_OUT_R1 R208 5.1K INR+ C174 4.7K VEE GND
U23
10uF/6.3V/X5R R261 0 R262 0
C169 1 8 74HC4052
INL_OUT R214 0 Audio Out_L A_Out_L1 C216 10uF/6.3V/X5R 2 IN1 IN2 7 C217 10uF/6.3V/X5R A_Out_R1
10uF/6.3V/X5R
A_OUT_L1
C170
R212 5.1K INL+
C175
10uF/6.3V/X5R I2C_SDA R265 33
3
4
OUT1
GND
SDA
OUT2
VCC
SCL
6
5
R264
R266
0
33
VCC_D
I2C_SCL
FM/AUX Switch 3.3V_D1
R217 NC/27K

R218 NC/27K

10uF/6.3V/X5R R349
C167 R216 NC/PT2257 C218 C219
470K 100K NC/6.8K 10uF/16V/X5R
0.1uF/25V/X5R

D V_12V VCC_4052
R386 0 Vref_Party

AUX_IN_GND
STB_3.3V R392 0 R267 R268
1K 100K
VCC_4052

R269 1M

R270 1M

R271 1M

R272 1M
S0: L-->nY0 R273 100 Vref_Party
R408
S0: H-->nY1

0.1uF/16V/X7R
10K
C220 + CE16 R274 R275 C221
100uF/16V/SMD 1K 100K 1uF/16V/X7R
VCC_D U24
Party_Chain_In
Audio In_R R276 20K/1% C222 10uF/6.3V/X5R 12 16
VCC_D C223 10uF/6.3V/X5R 14 X0 VCC
C188 AOUT_R X1
15
10uF/6.3V/X5R R277 10K X2
11
X3 13 C205 10uF/6.3V/X5R A_OUT_R
R280
R279 Audio In_L R278 20K/1% C225 10uF/6.3V/X5R 1 X
NC/10K Y0
10K R282 C226 10uF/6.3V/X5R 5
10K C200 AOUT_L 2 Y1
10uF/6.3V/X5R R281 10K Y2
4

E
R284 10K Q16 Y3
R285 10K Q17 3 C213 10uF/6.3V/X5R A_OUT_L
PNP_3CG3906M Y
PNP_3CG3906M R283 33 10
7 Party_Chain_SW A
9
R287 10K Q18 R289 22K Q19 B
Party_Chain_Out R288 82K/1% RTL
NPN_3DG3904M NPN_3DG3904M 6
R286 7 EN 8
R294 4.7K VEE GND
R290 C230 C228
C229 R293 22K
10K R292 10uF/16V/X5R
2.2uF/10V/X5R

68K 74HC4052
R291 6.8K
2.2uF/10V/X5R

15K/1% R295 10K Q20


NPN_3DG3904M 3.3V_D1 Party Chain Switch
R296 C231 R297
Audio In_R 22K 10uF/16V/X5R 10K
Audio Out_R
R298 56K
J1
R299 68K Audio In_L 1
R301
RTL 680K 6
R300 C232 WH RD
470K 10PF/50V/NPO Audio In_R 2
R302 82K/1% Q21 Audio Out_L 3
NPN_3DG3904M
5
WH RD
R303 C233
68K 2.2uF/10V/X5R Audio Out_R 4

1
ESD3 ESD4 ESD5 ESD6 RCA/4h

C194 1000pF/50V/X7R

C199 1000pF/50V/X7R

C203 1000pF/50V/X7R

C204 1000pF/50V/X7R

NC/LVSL10180Z020/18V/2pF

NC/LVSL10180Z020/18V/2pF

NC/LVSL10180Z020/18V/2pF

NC/LVSL10180Z020/18V/2pF
Audio In_L
R304 56K

RCA PORT

2
R305 68K

R306
470K
R307
680K
C234
10PF/50V/NPO Party Chain Detect

MHC-V11
31 31
MHC-V11

5-10. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - MAIN Board (7/9) - • See page 42 for IC Block Diagrams.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

MAIN BOARD (7/9) FM_3.3V

R308
TM18

TM19
C235 330pF/50V/X7R
U25

4.7K
C236 33pF/50V/NP0
1 20 AGND
2 GND VDD 19
XP12 VDDRF X2 Y3 12MHz/20PPM AGND
3 18
FB26 CP2 X1
2 C332 220pF/50V/NP0 4 17 C238 33pF/50V/NP0
2 1 5 FRF1 CP1 16
1 270nH GNDRF IISD
6 15 R309 5.1K C239 1uF/10V/X7R

2.7pF/50V/NPO

2.7pF/50V/NPO
ARF1 LOUT FM_L
7 14 R310 5.1K C240 1uF/10V/X7R

1
2PIN/2.5mm ESD7 ARF2 ROUT FM_R

C153

C154
RDS 8 13 R311 Bead/220

NC/LVSL10180Z020/18V/2pF
IIC/RDSI DA TUNER_SDA
RFGND 9 12
FB27 LA GND
R312 Bead/220 10 11
270nH TUNER_SCL CK IC_20P_RZ5B705 VDD C242 C243 C244

C241

R313

C248
R315 47pF/50V/NP0 1200pF/50V/X7R 1200pF/50V/X7R

C246

C247

C249

C250
C251
RFGND RFGND

1uF/10V/X7R

220pF/50V/NP0
R314 C245
10
R316

1200pF/50V/X7R

47pF/50V/NP0

1uF/10V/X7R
NC/0
0

3900pF/50V/X7R
0.047uF/10V/X7R

NC/0.012uF/50V/X7R
RFGND RFGND

AGND
330
AGND

B C252 NC/0
RFGND

RFGND FB28 500/800mA


R317 NC/0 FM_3.3V
AGND AGND
R318 120/2A

+ CE17
RFGND R319 100pF/50V/NP0 10uF/16V/SMD

NC/2.2uF/10V/X5R
C254
C253
680pF/50V/X7R
C334 2.2pF/50V/NP0

AGND

AGND RFGND

AGND

AMP_3.3V

U28
TGND

3.3V_D1 AMP_3.3V 1 56 C278 C279 C280


2 PWM_HPM_L PWM_P_6 55
R352 4.7
PWM_HPP_L PWM_M_6

0.1uF/25V/X5R

0.1uF/25V/X5R
3 54 10uF/16V/X5R
FB30 500/800mA PWM_HPM_R PWM_P_5
C281 4700pF/50V/X7R 4 53
5 PWM_HPP_R PWM_M_5 52 C282 0.1uF/25V/X5R
+ CE19 R353 470 0.047uF/50V/X7R 470 C283 0.047uF/50V/X7R 6 AVSS VR_PWM 51
C284 C286 R354
100uF/16V/SMD AMP_3.3V 7 PLL_FLTM AVSS_PWM 50

0.1uF/25V/X5R
PLL_FLTP AVDD_PWM

D
C285 4700pF/50V/X7R 8 49
R355 2.2 9 VR_ANA PWM_P_8 48
10 AVDD PWM_M_8 47
R356 0
R357 33 11 ASEL_VACS2 PWM_P_7 46
C287 C288 DSP_MCLK MCLK PWM_M_7
R358 12K/1% R359 6.2K/1% 12 45
OSC_RES PWM_P_4

0.1uF/25V/X5R
10uF/16V/X5R
13 44
14 DVSS2_CORE PWM_M_4 43 R360 33
AMP_3.3V AMP_3.3V DVDD2_CORE PWM_P_3 OUT3+
15 42 R361 33
AMP_RST
TP43
16 EMO_1 PWM_M_3 41 R362 33
OUT3- OUT4L : Left_SE
RESET PWM_P_2 OUT4L
TGND HP_SEL
T_PDN
17
18 HP_SLE PWM_M_2
40
39 R363 33
OUT4R : Right_SE
PDN PWM_P_1 OUT4R
AMP_MUTE AMP_MUTE
DSP_SDA
19
20 MUTE PWM_M_1
38
37
OUT3+/- : SUB_BTL
DSP_SDA R367 2.2K VALID
R364 R365 R366 SDA VALID
DSP_SCL DSP_SCL 21 36
4.7K 4.7K 4.7K SCL DVSS1_CORE
DSP_LRCK R368 33 T_LRCLK 22 35
LRCLK DVDD1_CORE AMP_3.3V
DSP_BCLK R369 33 T_SCLK 23 34 R370 33 AMP_FAULT
R371 33 T_SDIN1 24 SCLK BKND_ERR 33
HP_SEL DSP_DATA_IN SDIN1 PSVC TP44
R372 10K 25 32
26 SDIN2 TEST 31
T_PDN R373 10K R374
27 SDIN3 LRCLKO 30
R375 10K 4.7K
28 SDIN4 SCLKO 29
AMP_RESET AMP_RST VR_DIG SDOUT

E
C290 C291 AMP_3.3V
C289 TAS5534

0.1uF/25V/X5R
0.1uF/25V/X5R 10uF/16V/X5R

MHC-V11
32 32
MHC-V11

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MAIN BOARD (8/9)


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