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INTEGRATED AMPLIFIER

A-S701
SERVICE MANUAL

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■ CONTENTS
TO SERVICE PERSONNEL ........................................... 2 PIN CONNECTION DIAGRAMS .................................. 31
IMPEDANCE SELECTOR .............................................. 3 BLOCK DIAGRAM ....................................................... 33
FRONT PANELS ............................................................ 3 WIRING DIAGRAMS .................................................... 34
REAR PANELS .......................................................... 4–5 PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS ................................ 35–51
REMOTE CONTROL PANEL ......................................... 6 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS ...................................... 53–59
SPECIFICATIONS ...................................................... 6–7 REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST ............................... 61–75
INTERNAL VIEW ........................................................... 8 REMOTE CONTROL.................................................... 76
SERVICE PRECAUTIONS ............................................. 8
DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURES ...............................9–11
UPDATING FIRMWARE ......................................... 12–14
SELF-DIAGNOSTIC FUNCTION ........................... 15–25
POWER AMPLIFIER ADJUSTMENT..................... 26–27
IC DATA .................................................................. 28–30

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■ TO SERVICE PERSONNEL AC LEAKAGE


WALL EQUIPMENT TESTER OR
1. Critical Components Information
OUTLET UNDER TEST EQUIVALENT
Components having special characteristics are marked ⚠ and
must be replaced with parts having specifications equal to
those originally installed.
2. Leakage Current Measurement (For 120V Models Only)
When service has been completed, it is imperative to verify INSULATING
that all exposed conductive surfaces are properly insulated TABLE
from supply circuits.
• Meter impedance should be equivalent to 1500 ohms shunted • Leakage current must not exceed 0.5mA.
by 0.15 μF. • Be sure to test for leakage with the AC plug in both polarities.

For U model
“CAUTION”
“F1: FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION AGAINST RISK OF FIRE, REPLACE ONLY WITH SAME TYPE 8A,
125V FUSE.”
For C model
CAUTION
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F1: REPLACE WITH SAME TYPE 8A, 125V FUSE.


ATTENTION
F1: UTILISER UN FUSIBLE DE RECHANGE DE MÉME TYPE DE 8A, 125V.

WARNING: CHEMICAL CONTENT NOTICE!


This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer, or birth defects or other reproductive
harm.
DO NOT PLACE SOLDER, ELECTRICAL/ELECTRONIC OR PLASTIC COMPONENTS IN YOUR MOUTH FOR ANY REASON
WHATSOEVER!
Avoid prolonged, unprotected contact between solder and your skin! When soldering, do not inhale solder fumes or
expose eyes to solder/flux vapor!
If you come in contact with solder or components located inside the enclosure of this product, wash your hands before
handling food.

About lead free solder


All of the P.C.B.s installed in this unit and solder joints are soldered using the lead free solder.
Among some types of lead free solder currently available, it is recommended to use one of the following types for the
repair work.
• Sn + Ag + Cu (tin + silver + copper)
• Sn + Cu (tin + copper)
• Sn + Zn + Bi (tin + zinc + bismuth)

Caution:
As the melting point temperature of the lead free solder is about 30°C to 40°C (50°F to 70°F) higher than that of the lead
solder, be sure to use a soldering iron suitable to each solder.

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■ IMPEDANCE SELECTOR

WARNING:
Do not change the setting of the IMPEDANCE SELECTOR
switch when the unit power is switched on, as doing so may
damage the unit.

IMPEDANCE SELECTOR

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■ FRONT PANEL
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■ REAR PANELS
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■ REMOTE CONTROL PANEL ■ SPECIFICATIONS


■ Audio Section

RAS14 Minimum RMS Output Power (Power Amp. Section)


(20 Hz to 20 kHz)
8 ohms, 0.019 % THD................................................. 100 W + 100 W
6 ohms, 0.038 % THD................................................. 120 W + 120 W

Dynamic Power Per Channel (IHF)


8 / 6 / 4 / 2 ohms.............................................140 / 170 / 220 / 290 W

MAX Power Per Channel (1 kHz) [B, G models]


0.7 % THD, 4 ohms....................................................................160 W

IEC Power (1 kHz) [B, G models]


0.019 % THD, 8 ohms................................................................115 W

Power Band Width


0.04 % THD, 50 W, 8 ohms..................................... 10 Hz to 50 kHz

Damping Factor (SPEAKER-A)


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1 kHz, 8 ohms...................................................................240 or more

Maximum Effective Output Power (JEITA)


(1 kHz, 10 % THD)
R, L models (8 ohms).........................................................145 Wh
R model (6 ohms)...............................................................170 Wh

Input Sensitivity/Input Impedance


PHONO (MM) ...................................................... 3.0 mV / 47 k-ohms
CD, etc. .............................................................. 200 mV / 47 k-ohms

Maximum Input Signal (1 kHz)


PHONO (MM) (0.03 % THD) ........................................45 mV or more
CD, etc. (0.5 % THD) .....................................................2.2 V or more

Output Level/Output Impedance


REC OUT .............................................. 200 mV / 1.0 k-ohms or less
Subwoofer OUT ..................................................... 3.5 V / 1.2 k-ohms
(Cut off Frequency: 100 Hz)

Headphone Jack Rated Output/Impedance


CD, etc. (Input, 1 kHz, 200 mV, 8 ohms).............. 470 mV / 470 ohms

Frequency Response
CD, etc. (20 Hz to 20 kHz) ............................................... 0 ± 0.5 dB
CD, etc. Pure DIRECT ON (10 Hz to 100 kHz) ................ 0 ± 1.0 dB

RIAA Equalization Deviation


PHONO (MM) ...................................................................... ± 0.5 dB

Total Harmonic Distortion (20 Hz to 20 kHz)


PHONO (MM) to REC OUT (2.5 V) ............................. 0.03 % or less
CD, etc. to SP OUT (50 W, 8 ohms)............................ 0.019 % or less

Signal to Noise Ratio (IHF-A Network)


PHONO (MM) (5 mV Input shorted) ........................... 82 dB or more
CD, etc. (Pure DIRECT ON) (200 mV input shorted).... 99 dB or more
CD DIRECT ON ........................................................ 104 dB or more

Residual Noise (IHF-A Network)


................................................................................................ 40 μ V

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Channel Separation • DIMENSIONS


CD, etc. (Input 5.1 k-ohms shorted)
Top view
1 kHz.......................................................................... 65 dB or more

(1-3/4")

25.5
10 kHz........................................................................ 50 dB or more

(1")
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Tone Control Characteristics ø 60
BASS
Boost/Cut (20 Hz) ................................................................ ±10 dB
Turnover frequency................................................................400 Hz
TREBLE

387 (15-1/4")
341 (13-3/8")
240 (9-1/2")
Boost/Cut (20 kHz)................................................................ ±10 dB
Turnover frequency...............................................................3.5 kHz

Continuous Loudness Control


Attenuation (1 kHz) .................................................................. -30 dB

Supported Digital Audio Format (COAXIAL / OPTICAL) /


PCM (2-ch) ..............................192 / 176.4 / 96 / 88.2 / 48 / 44.1 kHz

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PCM Word Depth

55
(2-1/8")
............................................................................................ 16 / 24 bit 50 335 (13-1/4")

20.5
(3/4")
(2")
Gain Tracking Error
(0 to -99 dB)..................................................................0.5 dB or less
Front view

■ General

130 (5-1/8")
151 (5-7/8")
Power Supply
U model ....................................................................AC 120 V, 60 Hz
R model ........................................ AC 110–120/220–240 V, 50/60 Hz
A model ....................................................................AC 240 V, 50 Hz 435 (17-1/8")

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B, G models ..............................................................AC 230 V, 50 Hz
L model ........................................................ AC 220–240 V, 50/60 Hz

Power Consumption Unit: mm (inch)


U, R, A, B, G models ................................................................270 W 単位:mm(インチ)
L model .....................................................................................230 W

Standby Power Consumption


...................................................................................................0.5 W

Maximum Power Consumption [R model]


1 kHz, 6 ohms, 10 % THD.........................................................580 W

Dimensions (W x H x D)
....................................... 435 x 151 x 387 mm (17-1/8" x 6" x 15-1/4")

Weight
...............................................................................11.2 kg (24.7 lbs.)

Finish
..................................................................... Black color / Silver color

Accessories
Remote control .............................................................................. x 1
Battery (R6, AA, UM-3) .................................................................. x 2
Power cable (2 m).......................................................................... x 1

* Specifications are subject to change without notice.

U............................. U.S.A. and A..................Australian model


Canadian models B........................British model
R..................... General model G.................. European model
T.....................Chinese model L................. Singapore model
K.......................Korean model J....................Japanese model

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■ INTERNAL VIEW

Top view
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 a MAIN (8)
b MAIN (2)
c FUNCTION (4)
d MAIN (3) (R model)
e DIGITAL
f MAIN (6)
g FUNCTION (1)
h FUNCTION (2)
i FUNCTION (3)
j MAIN (5)
k MAIN (1)
l MAIN (4)
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m POWER TRANSFORMER
n OPERATION (7)
o OPERATION (4)
p OPERATION (3)
q OPERATION (1)
r OPERATION (2)
m l k j
s OPERATION (6)
Front view n t OPERATION (5)
o p q r

t s

■ SERVICE PRECAUTIONS
Safety measures
• Some internal parts in this product contain high voltages and are dangerous. Be sure to take safety measures during
servicing, such as wearing insulating gloves.
• Note that the capacitors indicated below are dangerous even after the power is turned off because an electric charge
remains and a high voltage continues to exist there.
Before starting any repair work, connect a discharging resistor (5 k-ohms/10 W) to the terminals of each capacitor
indicated below to discharge electricity.
The time required for discharging is about 30 seconds per each.
C134, C135 on MAIN (1) P.C.B.
For details, refer to PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS: MAIN (1) P.C.B. .

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■ DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURES

(Remove parts in the order as numbered.)


Disconnect the power cable from the AC outlet.

1. Removal of Top Cover


a. Remove 4 screws (1), 4 screws (2) and screw (3). (Fig. 1)
b. Remove the top cover. (Fig. 1)

2. Removal of Front Panel Unit


a. Remove screw ( ④ ), screw ( ⑤ ) and then remove the top frame.(Fig. 1)
b. Pull out the knobs and cap. (Fig. 1)
c. Remove 7 screws ( ⑦ ). (Fig. 1)
d. Remove the front panel unit. (Fig. 1)

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Top cover


Top frame




Front panel unit

Cap POWER

Knob SPEAKERS OFF/A/B/A+B ⑦

Knob BASS/TREBLE/BAL./LOUD.

Knob INPUT
Knob VOLUME

Fig. 1

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3. Removal of Sub-chassis Unit


a. Remove 2 screws ( ⑧ ). (Fig. 2)
b. Remove CB505, CB508, CB706 and CB853. (Fig. 2)
c. Release 2 hooks and then remove the sub-chassis unit. (Fig. 2)

4. Removal of DIGITAL P.C.B.


a. Remove 3 screws (9). (Fig. 3)
b. Remove 3 screws (j). (Fig. 2)
c. Remove CB21, CB301, CB303 and CB304 and then remove the DIGITAL P.C.B. (Fig. 2)

5. Removal of DIGITAL P.C.B.


a. Remove 7 screws (k). (Fig. 3)
b. Remove screw (l) and screw (m). (Fig. 2)
c. Remove CB2, CB101, CB105 and CB404 and then remove the FUNCTION (1)–(3) P.C.B. (Fig. 2)
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FUNCTION (2) P.C.B.

CB506
⑬ FUNCTION (3) P.C.B.
CB508 ⑫

FUNCTION (1) P.C.B.

CB21 CB505

CB2 ⑩

Sub-chassis unit DIGITAL P.C.B.


CB301
CB304
CB303

Hook CB706

CB101

CB105

CB853
Hook

Fig. 2

⑪ ⑨

Fig. 3

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When checking the P.C.B.s:


• Put the rubber sheet and the cloth over this unit, Then place the sub-chassis unit on the cloth and check it. (Fig. 4)
• Connect the ground point of the sub-chassis unit to the chassis with a ground lead or the like. (Fig. 4)
• Reconnect all cables (connectors) that have been disconnected.
• When connecting the flexible flat cable, be careful with polarity.

Sub-chassis unit

Rubber sheet and cloth

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Ground lead

Fig. 4

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■ UPDATING FIRMWARE

When the following parts are replaced, the firmware must be updated to the latest version.
FUNCTION P.C.B.

● Confirmation of firmware version


Before and after updating the firmware, check the firmware version by using the self-diagnostic function menu.
Start up the self-diagnostic function, have the firmware version indicated, and note them down.
(For details, refer to SELF-DIAGNOSTIC FUNCTION )
* When the firmware version is different from written one after updating, perform the updating procedure again from
the beginning.

● Factory preset
After updating the firmware, revert to factory presets with the following procedure to properly store the setup
information.
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Start up the self-diagnostic function.


(For details, refer to SELF-DIAGNOSTIC FUNCTION )
Set the SPEAKERS selector to the A position, press the z (power) switch to turn off the power once and press the
z (power) switch to turn on the power again.
Then the factory preset is performed.

● Required Tools
• CD, DVD or BD player (with DIGITAL OUTPUT (OPTICAL or COAXIAL) jack)

* The following models can be used as a tool to update the firmware.


CD player: CD-C600/CD-S1000/CD-S2000/CD-S300/CD-S700/CDX-496/CDX-596/CDX-890
DVD player: DV-C6760/DVD-840/DVD-C740/DVD-C750/DVD-C940/DVD-C950/DVD-CX1/DVD-S1200/
DVD-S1800/DVD-S2300(MKII)/DVD-S2700/DVD-S30/DVD-S510/DVD-S520/DVD-S530/
DVD-S540/DVD-S550/DVD-S657/DVD-S700/DVD-S80/DVD-S840
BD (Blu-ray) player: BD-940/BD-S1065/BD-S1900/BD-S2900/BD-S671
Others: CDR-D651/CDR-HD100

• Optical cable (when OPTICAL jack is used)


• Digital audio pin cable
(when COAXIAL jack is used)
• Firmware CD
Download the latest firmware from the specified download source and create the firmware CD.

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● Connection
Use the optical cable (when OPTICAL jack is used) or Digital audio pin cable (when COAXIAL jack is used) to connect
the CD, DVD or BD player and the unit.

● Operation Procedures
1. Set this unit to the firmware update mode.
a. Connect the power cable of this unit to the AC outlet. (Fig.1)
b. Set the z (power) switch to the OFF position. (Fig.1)
c. Fully turn the BALANCE knob to the right (R). (Fig.1)
d. Fully turn the VOLUME knob to the left (minimum). (Fig.1)
e While pressing the PURE DIRECT switch, press the z (power) switch to turn on this unit. (Fig.1)
The unit is set to the firmware update mode.
When this unit is set to the firmware update mode, the power indicator flashes at a 1-second interval.
When this unit is set to the firmware update mode, the LINE3 indicator light up. (Fig. 2)

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Power cable

"VOLUME" knob

"PURE DIRECT" switch

"BALANCE" knob
AC outlet " " (Power) switch
Fig. 1
Power indicator

OFF ON/
STANDBY Fig. 2

2. Play the firmware CD on the CD/DVD/BD player. Updating of the firmware starts automatically. (Fig. 3)

Updating started Updating

Fig. 3

Note:
• If the lighting pattern of the “INPUT” indicators does not change 10 seconds or more after playback of the
firmware CD was started, try updating the firmware again, starting from the beginning of the procedure.
• Be careful that the power cable is not unplugged and the power voltage does not drop while the firmware is being
updated. Otherwise, firmware updating may fail and cannot be performed again.

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3. After the firmware has been updated, all INPUT indicators light up. (Fig. 4)

Update is completed

Fig. 4

After checking that all INPUT indicators light up, press the z (power) switch to turn it off, then on again.

Note:
If the power indicator flashes at a 0.5-second interval or all INPUT indicators do not light up after updating the
firmware, try updating the firmware again, starting from the beginning of the procedure. (Fig. 5)
These indicate that the data was not correctly written to the microprocessor. If the same result is obtained after trying
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to update the firmware again, the microprocessor may be damaged.

Fig. 5

4. Press the z (power) switch to turn off the power.


5. Eject the firmware CD from the CD/DVD/BD player.
6. Start up the self-diagnostic function and check that the firmware version is the same as written one.
(For details, refer to Indication of firmware version .)
7. Revert to factory presets.
(For details, refer to Factory Preset .)

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■ SELF-DIAGNOSTIC FUNCTION
This unit has self-diagnostic functions that provides the following functions.
• Indication of firmware version
• Indication of AUTO POWER STANDBY switch status
• Indication and checking of protection information
• Factory preset

● Starting Self-Diagnostic Function


1. Press the z (power) switch to turn off this unit. (Fig. 1)
2. Connect the power cable of this unit to the AC outlet. (Fig. 1)
3. Set the SPEAKERS knob to the OFF position. (Fig. 1)
Note: Since factory preset is reserved by turning off this unit when the SPEAKERS knob is set to the A position, set
the SPEAKERS knob to the OFF position before starting the self-diagnostic function mode.
4. Set the BASS , TREBLE and BALANCE knobs to the top positions. (Fig. 1)
Note: Be sure to set the BASS , TREBLE and BALANCE knobs to the top positions. These positions are stored when the

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self-diagnostic function mode is started, and software corrections are made to the top position for each selector.
In addition, the self diagnostic function mode cannot be started if the top positions for the knobs are off by more than
± 5% of the 2.5 V input voltage.
5. Set the LOUDNESS knob to the FLAT position. (Fig. 1)
6. Press the z (power) key to turn on this unit. (Fig. 1)
7. Press the z (AMP) key on the remote control to set this unit to standby. (Fig. 2)
8. Repeat pressing the PURE DIRECT key 6 times within 15 seconds. (Fig. 1)
9. Press the z (AMP) key on the remote control to turn on this unit. (Fig. 2)
This unit starts the self-diagnostic function mode.

Key on Remote control


Keys of this unit

BASS , TREBLE , BALANCE knobs LOUDNESS knob (AMP) key

Power cable

AC outlet (Power) switch SPEAKERS knob PURE DIRECT key

Fig. 1 Fig. 2

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● Display provided when Self-Diagnostic Function started

・ Indication of protection information ・ Indication of firmware version

Power indicator

INPUT indicators
・ Indication of auto power standby status

Fig. 3

● Details of Indication
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• Indication of firmware version


The firmware version of the microprocessor (IC502 of the FUNCTION P.C.B.) is indicated in the binary code (BCD) using
the COAXIAL , CD , TUNER and PHONO indicators. (Fig. 4)

INPUT indicators Firmware version


Binary number (BCD) [Lightup: 1, Off: 0]
COAXIAL CD TUNER PHONO Decimal number
(23 = 8) (22 = 4) (21 = 2) (20 = 1)
1 0 1 0 V0010 (8+2=10)
1 0 1 1 V0011 (8+2+1=11)
1 1 0 0 V0012 (8+4=12)
• •
• •
• •
Fig. 4

• Indication of AUTO POWER STANDBY switch status


The status (ON/OFF) of the AUTO POWER STANDBY switch located on the rear panel is indicated using the LINE 2
INPUT indicator. (Fig. 5)
Light up: AUTO POWER STANDBY switch is ON
Off: AUTO POWER STANDBY switch is OFF

Fig. 5

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• Indication of protection information


The protection information is indicated by the flashing pattern of the z (power) indicator.

Power indicator flashing pattern : Lit


Types of protection function /
: Off

PS protection / Flashing 2 /
500mS 500mS 500mS 1000mS 500mS 500mS 500mS 1000mS 500mS

Flashing 3 /
I protection L/R ch /
500mS 500mS 500mS 500mS 500mS 1000mS 500mS 500mS 500mS 500mS

Flashing 4 /
DC protection /
500mS 500mS 500mS 500mS 500mS 500mS 500mS 1000mS 500mS 500mS

USB OC protection / Flashing 5 /


(U,R,A,B,G,L models) 500mS 500mS 500mS 500mS 500mS 500mS 500mS 500mS 500mS 1000mS

Flashing 6 /
THM protection L/R ch /
500mS 500mS 500mS 500mS 500mS 500mS 500mS 500mS 500mS 500mS 500mS 1000mS

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Flashing 7 /
Diode THM protection /
500mS 500mS 500mS 500mS 500mS 500mS 500mS 500mS 500mS 500mS 500mS 500mS 500mS 1000mS

Lit up/
No protection function / Continuous

Fig. 6
PS (Power Supply) protection
Cause: The voltage in the power supply section is abnormal.
Normal value: 2.559 to 3.259V (AD value: 130-167)
Detection port: PRV (FUNCTION (1) P.C.B. 93 pin of the microprocessor IC502)
Detected at: ACL, ± 15, +5S
I protection L/Rch
Cause: Excess current flow into amplifier.
Speaker terminal shorted. (*)
Normal value: LOW (0V)
Detection port: PRI (FUNCTION (1) P.C.B. 69 pin of the microprocessor IC502)
Detected at: PRI (Amplifier output L/Rch of MAIN (1) P.C.B.)
* If the protection function works due to shortage at the speaker terminal, the power turns off at the excess current
protection L/Rch.
However, pressing the z (power) switch for OFF/ON, all INPUT indicators flash 5 times and the power to turn on.
DC voltage protection
Cause: Abnormal DC voltage of amplifier output.
Normal value: 0.947 to 2.517V (AD value: 48-129)
Detection port: PRD (FUNCTION (1) P.C.B. 89 pin of the microprocessor IC502)
Detected at: Amplifier output L/Rch of MAIN (1) P.C.B.
USB OC (Over Current) protection
Cause: USB power supply is overcurrent.
Normal value: HIGH (5V)
Detection port: USB_N_OCPRT(FUNCTION (1) P.C.B. 45 pin of the microprocessor IC502)
Detected at: USB_OCPRT (IC309 of DIGITAL P.C.B.)
THM protection L/Rch
Cause: Abnormal temperature of heat sink.
Normal value: A-S501: 0.20 to 1.80V (AD value: 10-91)
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Detection port: THM1 (FUNCTION (1) P.C.B. 84 pin of the microprocessor IC502)
THM2 (FUNCTION (1) P.C.B. 83 pin of the microprocessor IC502)
Detected at: THML (Heat sink temperature detection Lch IC101 of the MAIN (4) P.C.B.)
THMR (Heat sink temperature detection Rch IC102 of the MAIN (5) P.C.B.)

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Diode THM protection


Cause: Abnormal temperature of diode (D111 of MAIN (1) P.C.B).
Normal value: 0 to 0.346V (AD value: 0-18)
Detection port: THM3 (FUNCTION (1) P.C.B. 97 pin of the microprocessor IC502)
Detected at: THM3 (TH501 of FUNCTION (4) P.C.B., D111 of MAIN (1) P.C.B.)

• Checking of protection information


Check the following information when a protection function has been activated.
・ Protection history (up to 4)
・ Position of VOLUME knob when the protection function was activated (*)
・ AD value when the protection function was activated
・ AD value when the diode THM protection function was activated
・ Operating information for the speaker relay/headphones relay
・ AD value for the BALANCE knob
・ Input source information
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* Since the VOLUME knob automatically moves to the position when the protection function was activated, do not
to operate any other knob while the VOLUME knob is moving.
If several protection functions have been activated, history for up to four of the most recent protection functions can be
viewed by turning the knob indicated below.
BASS: History for the most recent protection function
TREBLE: History for the 2nd most recent protection function
BALANCE: History for the 3rd most recent protection function
LOUDNESS: History for the 4th most recent protection function
* When the BASS or TREBLE knob is turned to – or the BALANCE knob is turned to L , the corresponding protection history will
be indicated by the power indicator.
* When the LOUDNESS knob is turned to a position halfway between FLAT and -30dB , the 4th most recent protection history will be
indicated.
* When the BASS , TREBLE and BALANCE knobs are set to their top positions and the LOUDNESS knob is set to FLAT , the most
recent protection function (the same as that indicated by turning the BASS knob) is indicated by the z (power) indicator. However,
the VOLUME knob will not move at this time. The VOLUME knob will move if a protection history is selected with one of the knobs.
(Fig.  7)
* The order of priority for indicating the protection history is as follows:
BASS > TREBLE > BALANCE > LOUDNESS.
If the TREBLE and BALANCE knobs were turned at the same time, the TREBLE knob will have priority, and the 2nd most recent
protection function is indicated.

When the 4th most recent protection function is indicated

Note:
When checking the protection history, the “VOLUME”
* When the LOUDNESS knob is turned to a knob will automatically move to the position when
position halfway between FLAT and -30dB , the protection function was activated. Do not operate
the 4th most recent protection history will be any other knob while the “VOLUME” knob is moving.
indicated.
Fig. 7

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Example:
To check the history for the 3rd most recent protection function, set the SPEAKERS knob to OFF , the BASS and TREBLE
knobs to their top positions, the LOUDNESS knob to FLAT , and the BALANCE knob to L . (Fig. 8)

Fig. 8

1. AD value when the protection function was activated


At the same time that the protection history is indicated, the AD value when the protection function was activated is
indicated in binary code (BCD) using the INPUT indicators. (Fig. 9)

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BASS:
AD value for the most recent protection function
TREBLE:
AD value for the 2nd most recent protection function
BALANCE:
AD value for the 3rd most recent protection function
LOUDNESS:
AD value for the 4th most recent protection function
* When checking the AD value when the protection function was activated, the VOLUME knob will automatically
move to the position when the protection function was activated. Do not operate any knob while this knob is moving.
* For functions If protection L/Rch or USB over current protection or if there is no protection history, all INPUT
indicators will be off since there are no AD values stored.

Indication example

Fig. 9

Indications for AD values of the abnormal voltage detected when a protection function is activated

“INPUT” indicators
Binary number (BCD) [Light up: 1, Off: 0] AD value
LINE 3 LINE 2 LINE 1 OPTICAL COAXIAL CD TUNER PHONO
27 = 128 26 = 64 25 = 32 24 = 16 23 = 8 22 = 4 21 = 2 20 =1 5V=255
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 /255
0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 64 /255
1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 128 /255
1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 168 /255
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 255 /255
Fig. 10

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2. AD value for diode THM (temperature)


Turn the TREBLE knob to + and the SPEAKERS knob to OFF . (Fig. 11)
The AD value for the diode THM (temperature) (TH501 on FUNCTION (4) P.C.B. and D111 on MAIN (1) P.C.B.) is indicated
in binary code (BCD) using the INPUT indicators. (Fig. 11)
* The AD value of the diode (D111 on MAIN (1) P.C.B.) temperature when a protection function is activated is stored,
regardless of the type of protection function.
Indication example

Fig. 11
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“INPUT” indicators
Binary number (BCD) [Light up: 1, Off: 0] AD value
LINE 3 LINE 2 LINE 1 OPTICAL COAXIAL CD TUNER PHONO
27 = 128 26 = 64 25 = 32 24 = 16 23 = 8 22 = 4 21 = 2 20 =1 5V=255
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 /255
0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 40 /255
0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 64 /255
1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 128 /255
1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 168 /255
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 255 /255
Fig. 12

3. Operating information for the speaker relay/headphones relay


Turn the TREBLE knob to + and the SPEAKERS knob to A . (Fig. 13)
The ON/OFF states of speaker relays A/B (RY101 and RY102 on MAIN (1) P.C.B.) and the headphones relay (RY103 on
MAIN (1) P.C.B.) when a protection function is activated are indicated using the INPUT indicators. (Fig. 13)
Note:
Since factory preset is reserved by turning off this unit when the SPEAKERS knob is set to the A position, be sure to set
the SPEAKERS knob to the OFF position before turning off this unit in case of keeping setup information stored in the
backup memory of the microprocessor.

“CD” Indicator:Headphones relay ON/OFF


Indication example
“TUNER” Indicator:Speaker relay B ON/OFF

“PHONO” Indicator:Speaker relay A ON/OFF

Example:
“CD” indicator lights up: Headphones relay is ON
“TUNER” indicator off: Speaker relay B is OFF
“PHONO” indicator off: Speaker relay A is OFF

* The state indicated in the example shows that headphones are plugged into the PHONES
jack and both speaker outputs A and B are off.

Fig. 13
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4. AD value for the BALANCE knob


Turn the “TREBLE” knob to “+” and the “SPEAKERS” knob to “B”.(Fig. 14)
The position of the BALANCE knob when the protection function was activated is indicated in binary code (BCD) using
the INPUT indicators. (Fig. 14)

Indication example

Fig. 14

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“INPUT” indicators
Binary number (BCD) [Light up: 1, Off: 0] AD value
LINE 3 LINE 2 LINE 1 OPTICAL COAXIAL CD TUNER PHONO
27 = 128 26 = 64 25 = 32 24 = 16 23 = 8 22 = 4 21 = 2 20 =1 5V=255
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 /255
0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 64 /255
0 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 99 /255
1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 128 /255
1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 168 /255
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 255 /255
Fig. 15

AD value for turning direction AD value range settings (approximation)


Turning direction Variation
Minimum Center Maximum
+10 (R MAX) 253 254 255
+9 238 245 252
+8 226 232 237
+7 214 220 225
+6 202 208 213
R (clockwise) +5 190 196 201
+4 178 184 189
+3 166 172 177
+2 154 160 165
+1 142 148 153
0 115 128 141
-1 103 109 114
-2 91 97 102
-3 79 85 90
-4 67 73 78
-5 55 61 66
L (counterclockwise) -6 43 49 54
-7 31 37 42
-8 19 25 30
-9 3 11 18
-10 (L MAX) 0 1 2

Fig. 16

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5. Indication of input source


The input source when the protection function was activated is indicated.
Turn the “TREBLE” knob to “+” and the “SPEAKERS” knob to “A+B”. (Fig. 17)
The input source selected when the protection function was activated is indicated using the INPUT indicators. (Fig. 17)

If CD was the input source when the protection


function was activated, the “CD” indicator lights up.
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Fig. 17

• Factory Preset
The backup memory of the microprocessor will be initialized, and the following stored settings will be reverted to the
factory presets. This operation is called factory preset .
a. INPUT (CD)
b. Protection history (None)
c. Number of times when protection is detected (0 times)
d. “PURE DIRECT switch (OFF)
e. “z (power) switch ON/OFF position
* In the parentheses ( ) are settings when shipped from the factory.
Operation Procedures
With the self-diagnostic function activated, follow the steps below.
1. Set the SPEAKERS knob to the A position to reserve reverting to factory presets and the OPTICAL INPUT
indicator lights up. (Fig. 18)
2. Press the z (power) switch to turn off this unit, and then press it again to turn it on and perform the factory
preset.

When factory preset is reserved


Fig. 18

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● Canceling Self-Diagnostic Function

To keep setup information stored in the backup memory of the microprocessor:


Set the SPEAKERS knob to the OFF , B or A+B position and press the z (power) key to turn off the power.
Self-diagnostic function is canceled.

To initialize the backup memory of the microprocessor and revert the following stored settings to the
factory presets:
Set the SPEAKERS knob to the A position, press the z (power) key to turn off the power.
Self-diagnostic function is canceled with the initialization reserved.
When the z (power) switch is pressed again to turn on this unit, the backup memory of the microprocessor will be
initialized, and the stored settings will be reverted to the factory presets.
For details, refer to Factory Preset in the section SELF-DIAGNOSTIC FUNCTION .

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● Starting in the Protection Cancel mode


CAUTION!
Using this product with the protection function disabled may cause further damage to this unit. Use special care for this
point when using this mode.
If the protection function works and causes hindrance to trouble shoot, cancel the protection function as described below,
and it will be possible to enter the self-diagnostic function mode.
(The protection functions other than the excess current detect function will be disabled.)
1. Press the z (power) switch to turn off this unit. (Fig. 19)
2. Connect the power cable of this unit to the AC outlet. (Fig. 19)
3. Set the SPEAKERS knob to the OFF position. (Fig. 19)
Note: Since factory preset is reserved by turning off this unit when the SPEAKERS knob is set to the A position, set
the SPEAKERS knob to the OFF position before starting the self-diagnostic function mode.
4. Set the BASS , TREBLE and BALANCE knobs to the top positions. (Fig. 19)
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Note: Be sure to set the BASS , TREBLE and BALANCE knobs to the top positions. These positions are stored when the
self-diagnostic function mode is started, and software corrections are made to the top position for each selector.
In addition, the self diagnostic function mode cannot be started if the top positions for the knobs are off by more
than ± 5% of the 2.5 V input voltage.
5. Set the LOUDNESS knob to the FLAT position. (Fig. 19)
6. Press the z (power) key to turn on this unit. (Fig. 19)
7. Press the z (AMP) key on the remote control to set this unit to standby. (Fig. 20)
8. Repeat pressing the PURE DIRECT key 12 times within 15 seconds. (Fig. 19)
9. Press the z (AMP) key on the remote control to turn on this unit. (Fig. 20)
This unit starts the self-diagnostic function mode.
Keys of this unit Key on Remote control
BASS , TREBLE , BALANCE knobs LOUDNESS knob (AMP) key

Power cable

AC outlet (Power) switch SPEAKERS knob PURE DIRECT key


Fig. 19 Fig. 20

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Notes:
• Applying the power to this unit without correcting the abnormality can be dangerous and cause additional circuit
damage. To avoid this, if protection function has been activated the number of times which is set beforehand, the
power will not turn on even when the z (power) switch is pressed.
• The output transistors in each amplifier channel should be checked for damage before applying power to this unit.
• Amplifier current should be monitored by measuring DC voltage across the emitter resistors for each channel.
• When turning on this unit again:
1. Remove the top cover.
2. While pressing the SW501 of FUNCTION (1) P.C.B., press the z (power) switch. (Fig. 21)
This unit starts the self-diagnostic function mode.
* When you start the self-diagnostic function mode by pressing SW501 for 3 seconds or more, the function will start
in the protection cancel mode. (Except when the current protection function is working.)

SW501
FUNCTION (1) P.C.B.

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Fig. 21

After the Protection Cancel mode is started, the LINE 1 indicator flashes. (Fig. 22)

Fig. 22
PS (Power Supply) protection:
If protection function has been activated 3 times consecutively, the power will not turn on.
I protection L/Rch:
If protection function has been activated 1 time, the power will not turn on.
* However, the power turns on when the protection function worked due to short at the speaker terminal.
Amplifier DC voltage protection L/Rch:
If protection function has been activated 3 times consecutively, the power will not turn on.
THM protection L/Rch:
The power turns on no matter how many times the protection function has worked.
Diode THM protection:
The power turns on no matter how many times the
protection function has worked.

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■ POWER AMPLIFIER ADJUSTMENT


● CONFIRMATION OF IDLING CURRENT
1. Right after power is turned on, confirm that the voltage across the terminals of R156-R159 (L ch) and R157-R158
(R ch) are between 0.1 mV and 10 mV.
2. If measured voltage exceeds 10 mV, open (cut off) R139 (L ch), R142 (R ch) and reconfirm the voltage.
Attention
If the measured voltage exceeds 10 mV after repairing the power amplifier, check other parts again for any possible
defect before cutting the resistor.
3. Confirm that the voltage is between 0.2 mV and 15 mV after 60 minutes.

0.1mV–10mV
(L ch)
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Cut off
R156

0.1mV–10mV
(R ch)
R158 R139 (L ch)
R142 (R ch)
R159

R157

MAIN (1) P.C.B.

R156
R158
R139
R142

R159 R157

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60V
30mW

0.6mV
0.5mA

0.11V
KTC3875S-Y,GR-R

0.5mA
KTC3875S-Y,GR-R

Q102
Q101
R109 R108
1P220 1P220
MAIN (1)

Q108 A1514K(R/S) A1514K(R/S) Q107

Q104
Q103
R111 2N5401S-RTK/P 2N5401S-RTK/P R110

D102
D101
1P560 1P560

1SS355VM
1SS355VM
A1514K(R/S) A1514K(R/S)

Q106
Q105
R113 R112
1mA

1mA
60V

1P220 1P220
60mW
KTC3875S-Y,GR-R
KTC3875S-Y,GR-R

Q110
Q109
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM

P P
C113 R117 C112 R116 R115 C111 R114 C110

P
1P1.2K 1000P/100 1P470 1P470 1000P/100 1P1.2K s31

P
s31

s16
s16

R119
R118
C114

C115
R121
R120
15P/630

15P/630
1P47K
1P47K
R123 R122
1P10K 1P10K
1.0mA

D106 D105 D104 D103

Q112
Q111
R125 R124

1P100K 1P100K
1SS355VM 1SS355VM

7mA
0.7V
1SS355VM 1SS355VM

KTA1504S-Y,GR-R
KTA1504S-Y,GR-R
C5398-T112-R C5398-T112-R
R131 R130 R129 R128
1P100 Q116 Q115 1P100 1P100 Q114 1P100

Q118
Q117

KTA1024Y-AT KTC3206Y-AT KTC3206Y-AT KTA1024Y-AT


P

s25
s25
C122
6mA

C119
C118
C123

R142
R139

R133 R132
no_use
Q113

no_use
1/2P270 1/2P270

R137
R136
R143 R142 R141 R140 R139 R138

1P47
1P47
1/2P2.7K C125 1 / 2 P 1 . 01K/ 2 P 1 . 0 K 1/2P1.0K 1/2P1.0K C124 1/2P2.7K

s32 s32
4.7

4.7
P P P P
R144

C129 TFZGTR5.6B C128 C127 D107 C126

R145
Cut off
100P/630 100P/630 100P/630 100P/630
Cut off

D108 TFZGTR5.6B

Q139
Q138
Q120
Q119

R147 R146

KTD600K-Y-U/PH 1P220 KTB631K-Y-U/PH KTB631K-Y-U/PH 1P220 KTD600K-Y-U/PH

R155
R154
R153
R152

1P4.7
1P4.7
1P4.7
1P4.7
R151
R150
R149
R148

1P4.7
1P4.7
1P4.7
1P4.7

3
3

1
Q122C Q122A Q121A Q121C
A1694/C4467 A1694/C4467 A1694/C4467 A1694/C4467
R159
R156

R158
R157
2
2

2
R157

R158
R159
R156

3P0.22X2

3P0.22X2

3P0.22X2
3P0.22X2
1

1
3

3
no_use R161 no_use R160

Q124C Q124A Q123A Q123C


A1694/C4467 A1694/C4467 A1694/C4467 A1694/C4467

Single Tr
Single Tr

4.7K
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K

R226
R225
R162

R163
BAV103 D120 2N5401S-RTK/P

BAV103 R165 R164 BAV103 BAV103


D121
Q140

D110 82K 82K


R169 D109 R168

0.1 mV – 10 mV
0.1 mV – 10 mV

10K 10K
47K
10K

R167
R166

Q125
Q141

R173 C132 R172 R171 C131 R170 C130

47K 2N5551S-RTK/P s15 10 10 s15 47K 4.7/50


2N5551S-RTK/P
R174
10K
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■ IC DATA
IC502: R5F3640ECNFA (FUNCTION P.C.B.)
Single chip 16-bit microprocessor

8 8 8 8 8 8

Port P0 Port P1 Port P2 Port P3 Port P4 Port P5

VCC2 ports

Internal peripheral functions


UART or System clock generator
clock synchronous serial I/O X IN-XOUT
Timer (16-bit)
(6 channels) XCIN-XCOUT
Outputs (timer A): 5 PLL frequency synthesizer
Clock synchronous serial I/O
Inputs (timer B): 6 On-chip oscillator (125 kHz)
(8 bit x 2 channels)
Three-phase motor control circuit DMAC (4 channels)
Multi-master I2C-bus interface
(1 channel) CRC arithmetic circuit
Real-time clock (CRC-CCITT or CRC-16)
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PWM function (8-bit x 2) CEC function Voltage detecter


Power-on reset
Remote control signal
On-chip debugger
receiver (2 circuits)
M16C/60 series Memory
Watchdog timer Microprocessor core
(15-bit) ROM
R0H R0L SB
A/D converter R1H R1L USP RAM
(10-bit resolution X 26 channels) R2
R3 ISP

D/A converter INTB


A0
(8-bit resolution X 2 circuits) PC
A1
FB FLG Multiplier

VCC1 ports

Port P10 Port P9 Port P8 Port P7 Port P6

8 8 8 8 8
DSP_N_INT_REQ

DSP_N_USB_ON
DSP_MUTE_REQ
DSP_N_READY

DIR_DSP_SEL

DIGITAL_PON
DSP_N_RST

PRE_N_MT
TU_N_RST

DSP_SDA
DSP_SCL

+5S_PON

Z2_N_MT
TU_GPIO
PW_DET

CD_LED
PD_LED
MODEL
DEST
PRY

VCC
VSS
PRI

ISB
ISA
NC

NC

NC

NC
NC
80
79
78
77

75

73
72
71
70
69
68
67
66
65
64
63
62
61
60
59
58
57
56
55
54
53
52
51
76

74

SW_N_MT 81 50 EVOL_CLK
PWE_MGT 82 49 EVOL_DATA
THM2 83 48 EEP_SCL
THM1 84 47 EEP_SDA
BASS 85 46 N_CE
TREBLE 86 45 USB_OCPRT
BALANCE 87 44 HPRY
LOUDNESS 88 43 SPARY
PRD 89 42 SPBRY
AD_VOL 90 41 N_EMP
VRUP 91 40 Z2VOL_CLK
VRDN 92 39 Z2VOL_DATA
PRV 93 38 MI_SEL
KEY1 94 37 DAC_N_RST
KEY0 95 36 DAC_SCL
AVSS 96 35 DAC_SDA
THM3 97 34 BSY
VREF 98 33 CLKF
AVCC 99 32 RXDF
DIG_SW 100 31 TXDF
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
10
11
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
HP_DET
TRIG
MPLED
EXT_N_RST
EXT_MOSI
EXT_N_CE
EXT_SCK
BYTE
CNVSS
DAC_STATUS
ZPLED
N_RST
XOUT
VSS
XIN
VCC
NMI
KEY1_N_INT
MPSW
REM
DIR_N_RST
DIR_MISO
DIR_SCL
DIR_MOSI
DIR_N_INT
FW_DATA
FW_WCL
DIR_N_CS
TU_SCL
TU_SDA

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I/O

MCU Sleep
Power On
Pin Function Name

[AC OFF]
Standby
Port Name Detail of Function
No. (P.C.B.)

1 P9_6/ANEX1/SOUT4 HP_DET I I I Headphone detection terminal


2 P9_5/ANEX0/CLK4 TRIG O O O CONTROL +12V control
3 P9_4/DA1/TB4IN MPLED O O O LED control for MAIN POWER ON display
4 P9_3/DA0/TB3IN EXT_N_RST O O O EXT IC reset signal
5 P9_2/TB2IN/SOUT3 EXT_MOSI SO O O EXT IC serial data
6 P9_1/TB1IN/SIN3 EXT_N_CE O O O EXT IC chip select
7 P9_0/TB0IN/CLK3 EXT_SCK SO O O EXT IC serial clock
8 BYTE BYTE MCU MCU MCU Connect to Vss when in the single chip mode (External data bus width change: 16 bit)
9 CNVss CNVSS MCU MCU MCU Low: processor mode select: single chip mode
Hi: To the FLASH included boot mode
10 P8_7/XCIN DAC_STATUS O O O PCM-DSD change selector
11 P8_6/XCOUT ZPLED O O O LED control for ZONE2 POWER ON display
12 RESET N_RST MCU MCU MCU Reset input
13 Xout XOUT MCU MCU MCU Main clock 20MHz output
14 Vss VSS MCU MCU MCU
15 Xin XIN MCU MCU MCU Main clock 20MHz input
16 Vcc1 VCC MCU MCU MCU

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17 P8_5/NMI/SD NMI MCU MCU MCU Unused, Pull Up
* Nch Open Drain
18 P8_4/INT2/ZP KEY1_N_INT IRQ IRQ I Tuner operation SW/ZONE2 POWER SW detection interrupt input Read KEY1 voltage by this interrupt
19 P8_3/INT1 MPSW I I I MAIN POWER SW detection input
20 P8_2/INT0 REM IRQ IRQ IRQ Remote control pulse detection interrupt input
21 P8_1/TA4IN/U/CTS5/ DIR_N_RST O O O DIR reset terminal
RTS5
22 P8_0/TA4OUT/U//RXD5/ DIR_MISO SI O O Reception data from DIR
SCL5
23 P7_7/TA3IN/CLK5 DIR_SCL O O O DIR communication clock
24 P7_6/TA3OUT/TXD5/ DIR_MOSI SO O O Transmission data for DIR
SDA5
25 P7_5/TA2IN/W DIR_N_INT I O O Error output from DIR
26 P7_4/TA2OUT/W FW_DATA I O O CD/DA firmware update data via SPDIF

27 P7_3/CTS2/RTS2/TA1IN/ FW_WCL I O O CD/DA firmware update word clock via SPDIF


V
28 P7_2/CLK2/TA1OUT/V DIR_N_CS O O O CS signal of DIR
29 P7_1/RXD2/SCL2/TA0IN/ TU_SCL SO I I TUNER I2C communication bus clock
TB5IN
* Nch Open Drain
30 P7_0/TXD2/SDA2/ TU_SDA SO I I TUNER I2C communication bus data
TA0OUT
* Nch Open Drain
31 P6_7/TXD1/SDA1 TXDF SO SO O For easy emulation
For writing FLASH (Rx)
32 P6_6/RXD1/SCL1 RXDF SI SI O For easy emulation
For writing FLASH (Tx)
33 P6_5/CLK1 CLKF SO SO O For easy emulation
For writing FLASH (Clock)
34 P6_4/CTS1/RTS1/CTS0/ BSY O O O For easy emulation
CLKS1 BUSY signal output for writing FLASH
35 P6_3/TXD0/SDA0 DAC_SDA SIO I I DAC control data
36 P6_2/RXD0/SCL0 DAC_SCL SO I I DAC control serial clock
37 P6_1/CLK0 DAC_N_RST O O O DAC reset terminal
38 P6_0/CTS0/RTS0 MI_SEL O O O Analog SW IC output change signal
39 P5_7/RDY/CLKOUT Z2VOL_DATA SIO I I ZONE2 electronic VOLUME control serial daga
40 P5_6/ALE Z2VOL_CLK SO O O ZONE2 electronic VOLUME control serial clock
41 P5_5/HOLD N_EPM I - - For writing FLASH (Low)
Pull it down as it may fall in the Hiz state while the emulator is working
42 P5_4/HLDA SPBRY O O O Speaker B relay control
43 P5_3/BCLK SPARY O O O Speaker A relay control
44 P5_2/RD HPRY O O O Headphone relay control
45 P5_1/WRH/BHE USB_N_OCPRT I I I USB high current detection terminal
46 P5_0/WRL/WR N_CE I - - For writing FLASH (Hi)
47 P4_7/TXD7/SDA7/ EEP_SDA SIO I I EEPROM I2C communication bus data
/CS3
48 P4_6/RXD7/SCL7/ EEP_SCL SO I I EEPROM I2C communication bus clock
CS2
49 P4_5/CLK7/CS1 EVOL_DATA SO O O Electronic VOLUME control serial data
50 P4_4/CTS7/RTS7/CS0 EVOL_CLK SO O O Electronic VOLUME control serial clock

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I/O

MCU Sleep
Power On
Pin Function Name

[AC OFF]
Standby
Port Name Detail of Function
No. (P.C.B.)

51 P4_3/A19 ISB I I I Encoder phase detection input/output for Input selector


52 P4_2/A18 ISA I I I Encoder phase detection input/output for Input selector
53 P4_1/A17 CD_LED I I I CD Direct LED control
54 P4_0/A16 PD_LED O O O Pure Direct LED control
55 P3_7/A15 DIGITAL_PON O O O Digital power supply 5V control signal of DIGITAL printed circuit boards
56 P3_6/A14 DSP_N_USB_ON I O O Signal for USB insertion detection
57 P3_5/A13 DIR_DSP_SEL O O O DIR, DSP select signal
58 P3_4/A12 NC O O O Free terminal
59 P3_3/A11 NC O O O Free terminal
60 P3_2/A10 DSP_N_READY I O O USB DSP GP6[0] operation status
61 P3_1/A9 DSP_MUTE_REQ I O O USB DSP GP6[1] mute request
62 Vcc2 VCC MCU MCU MCU
63 P3_0/A8 NC O O O Free terminal
64 Vss VSS MCU MCU MCU
65 P2_7/AN2_7/A7 NC O O O Free terminal
66 P2_6/AN2_6/A6 PRE_N_MT I I O PRE OUT MUTE control
Low=MUTE ON
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67 P2_5/INT7/AN2_5/A5 Z2_N_MT O I I ZONE2 MUTE control


Low=MUTE ON
68 P2_4/INT6/AN2_4/A4 DSP_N_INT_REQ IRQ IRQ IRQ Interrupt output from USB DSP GP6[7] USB DSP
69 P2_3/AN2_3/A3 PRI AD AD AD AMP current protection
70 P2_2/AN2_2/A2 +5S_PON O O O +5S drive control
71 P2_1/AN2_1/A1 DEST AD AD AD Destination discrimination AD value input
72 P2_0/AN2_0/A0 MODEL AD AD AD MODEL discrimination AD value input
73 P1_7/INT5/D15 TU_GPIO IRQ IRQ IRQ TUNER GRIO interrupt input
Low=Normal Hi=Abnormal
74 P1_6/INT4/D14 NC - - - Free terminal
75 P1_5/INT3/D13 PW_DET IRQ IRQ IRQ PW_DET detection interrupt input
76 P1_4/D12 DSP_N_RST O O O USB DSP reset terminal Reset USB DSP from microprocessor
77 P1_3/TXD6/SDA6/D11 DSP_SDA SIO I I USB DSP control serial data
78 P1_2/RXD6/SCL6/D10 DSP_SCL SO I I USB DSP control serial clock
79 P1_1/CLK6/D9 TU_N_RST O I I TUNER reset terminal
80 P1_0/CTS6/RTS6/D8 PRY O I I Power relay control
81 P0_7/AN0_7/D7 SW_N_MT O I I Subwoofer MUTE control
Low=MUTE ON
82 P0_6/AN0_6/D6 PWR_MGT I I I Power management detection input
83 P0_5/AN0_5/D5 THM2 AD AD AD Right-hand side heat sinc temperature detection AD value input
84 P0_4/AN0_4/D4 THM1 AD AD AD Left-hand side heat sinc temperature detection AD value input
85 P0_3/AN0_3/D3 BASS AD AD AD BASS position detection AD value input
86 P0_2/AN0_2/D2 TREBLE AD AD AD TREBLE position detection AD value input
87 P0_1/AN0_1/D1 BALANCE AD AD AD BALANCE position detection AD value input
88 P0_0/AN0_0/D0 LOUDNESS AD AD AD LOUDNESS position detection AD value input
89 P10_7/AN7/KI3 PRD AD AD AD DC protection detection
90 P10_6/AN6/KI2 AD_VOL AD AD AD VOLUME position detection AD value taken input
91 P10_5/AN5/KI1 VRUP O O O MOTOR VOLUME +direction control
92 P10_4/AN4/KI0 VRDN O O O MOTOR VOLUME -direction control
93 P10_3/AN3 PRV AD AD AD Protection voltage detection AD value taken input
94 P10_2/AN2 KEY1 AD AD AD KEY1 AD value input (SPEAKER SELECT SW)
95 P10_1/AN1 KEY0 AD AD AD KEY0 AD value input (CD DIRECT SW/PURE DIRECT SW)
96 Avss AVSS MCU MCU MCU
97 P10_0/AN0 THM3 AD AD AD For Diode Bridge temperature detection of Main Amp
98 Vref VREF MCU MCU MCU
99 Avcc AVCC MCU MCU MCU
100 P9_7/ADTRG/SIN4 DIG_SW I I I DIG_SW input

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■ PIN CONNECTION DIAGRAMS


• ICs
BD3473KS2 BH6578FVM-TR HEF4013BP LC709004AMJ LM61CIZ
60 41 8

61 40
8 4
7
1 14 13
1
12
EL816 HEF4053BT
9 +Vs
24 VOUT
3 GND
1: Anode
2: Cathode 8 1
80 21 4 3: Emitter
2 4: Collector 16
1 20 1
1

NJM2068MD-TE2 NJM2388F05 NJM4580E PCM5101APWR PCM9211PTR


NJM5532M-D
36 25
37 24

10
8 4
8 4 1. VIN 20
1
2. VOUT
1 3. GND 13
1 48
1 4. ON/OFF CONTROL
1 12
4

A-S701
R1190H050B-T1-FE RP130Q331D-TR-F RP170H331 TC74VHCT08AFT TC7WHU04FK TPS2051CDBVR
4
4 3 4 5 3
5 4 5 8
3 2 3 14 7 4
1
1 1
1 1 1

• Diodes
1N4003S 1SS355VM BAV103 D4SBN20-7101 DB105 RS203M S5VB60
Anode
+
Anode Anode –
1 3

– AC –
Cathode Cathode AC AC 3
AC AC 2
Cathode + AC + 4 1 2 4

SEL6910A-CD TFZGTR5.6 UDZV5.1B UDZV8.2B


UDZV5.6B UDZV10B
UDZV6.8B UDZV15B
UDZV7.5B UDZV30B
Anode Anode

Anode Cathode Cathode


Cathode

• Transistors
2N5401S-RTK 2SA1162-Y 2SA1694 O,P,Y 2SB1257 2SC2412K 2SC5398 2SD2014 2SD2704 K
2N5551S-RTK/P 2SA1514K 2SC4467 O,P,Y
2SC2712-Y

C
C
C C
E E
E E B
B
B B E
B C
CE B B B
CE CE

DTA114EKA KRC104S-RTK KTA1024Y-AT/P KTA1504S KTA1659A-Y-U/PF KTD600K-Y-U/PH


DTA143EKA KTC3206Y-AT KTC3875S KTB631K
DTC114EKA
DTC143XKA
OUT
3
C
1 COMMON
E
2 1: GND IN B
2: IN
3: OUT E BC
E
CB E
C
B

MCH6336-TL-E RAL035P01 SFT1440-E Drain

1. Drain 1. DRAIN
4
4 2. Drain 2. DRAIN
3. Gate 6 3. GATE
6 4. SOURCE
4. Source 3 5. DRAIN
3 5. Drain Gate
1 6. DRAIN
1 6. Drain Drain
Source
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MEMO
A-S701

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1 ■ BLOCK DIAGRAM
IC601
NJM2068MD-TE2 VOL IC
EQ AMP IC402 YD953A0
PHONO REC OUT suppression

TUNER
OPERATION
IC401
Volume
• See page 56-57 →
MAIN

(Main L,R)
Zone2

REC L,R
LINE1 (+24dB ∼-95dB/0.5dBstep) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
L,R • See page 58-59 →
Zone2 L,R SPEAKER OUT
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM

0dB
LINE2 IN SL,SR OUT 0dB CD DirectL ± or
SL,SR BAL → UNBAL CD DIRECT AMP
(REC) OUT 2ch CD L± Zone2 L,R OUT +
INPUT SELECTOR SP A Lch
VOL IC POWER AMP
SUB2 OUT A
2 LINE3 IN SUB2 L,R CD R±
C,SW C,SW OUT 0dB 29.0dB −
Zone2 L,R (REC4と同端子) MUTE SP B Lch
(REC) OUT L CH

・・・
Zone2 L,R Multi1 CD Direct R± OUT +
0dB SL,SR IN FL,FR OUT 0dB
VOL L,R FL,FR VOL L,R OUT
CD TONE 16.5dB SP A Rch B
Main L,R + −
-12dB -6dB

Mute
-
+ IN14 CD Direct VOL L, R OUT SP B Rch
IN15 SBL,SBR SBL,SBR OUT 0dB
− Multi2 SL/SR/C/SW IN2
(SL/SR IN2→CD L±, SW/C IN2→CD R±) +
LOUDNESS HEAD PHONE
UNBAL → BAL
6dB L,R OUT A
min Multi1 SPEAKER −
RELAY RY101
SBL,SBR IN LOUDNESS
Logic L,R A R CH
3 LOUDNESS素子 +
CD Direct IN
INL/R 14(SL/SR IN2) →CD L± RY102 B

Q126 B
INL/R 15(SW/C IN2)→CD R±
RY103

PURE Direct
Digital
I / DC / THERMAL PROTECTION HEAD PHONE
Q128
IC303
PCM5101APWR
DAC Q136

HEAD PHONE
HP DETECTION RELAY

4 DIGITAL POWER RELAY


OPTICAL IC301 • See page 53 → IC1
SUB TRANSFORMER
PCM9211PTR
SCHEMATIC +5M

IR RECEIVER
DIR

STBY IND
COAXIAL DIAGRAM RY1

U-COM
Q507
39 40
XL301 +5S D24

A/D
24.576MHz

SERIAL
DATA
A/D Q2
SERIAL

POWER SUPPLY PROTECTION


FUNCTION DATA
MOTOR DRIVEN IC502 POWER RELAY
• See page 54-55 → VOLUME
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (A-Sx01) MICROPROCESSOR
5
IMPEDANCE SELECTOR
IC103 A/D YG398A0 SW101 MAIN TRANSFOMER

SERIAL DATA
NJM4580E(TE2)
POWER AMP

PARALLEL
MUTE +5MTR

A/D
L+R (+5V) +B D111
SUBWOOFER LPF
OUT M
AC IN

MAIN 90Hz/12dB oct DRIVER 110-120・220-


240V/50・60Hz
• See page 58-59 → 100 OPERATION
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM DISPLAY
-B
POWER SW501 IR REMOTE 220-240
6 MANAGEMENT
110-120
Q6
CD Direct/ Phono EQ/SW PREOUT AMP +7V
SELECTOR
VOLTAGE SELECTOR [R]
D14
Operation Key Volume
IC306
TUNER IC302, IC309
+5T DAC Analog +3.3A OPTICAL/M-VOL DRIVER
(A-S301∼701) +5V DC OUT
for YBA-11+5V /500mA

IC305
IR Unit +3.3D DIR
7 /DAC Digital
CD Direct/ Phono EQ/SW PREOUT AMP -7V
SELECTOR
Q7
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1 ■ WIRING DIAGRAMS
• OVERALL ASSEMBLY Fix the wire by style pin
DIGITAL P.C.B. UNUIT
(Assemble this unit before attach to rear panel)
not to touch with heatsink.
Fix the wire by cable tie
not to touch with heatsink. Stick within frame mark
printed at the P.C.B.
Top view Do not stick
above this holes
(R dest. only)
FUNCTION (2)
MAIN (2) MAIN (3) Letter side

2 50 mm
DIGITAL (2")
OPERATION (8) CB517
CB104 CB502/CB402 to DIGITAL
FUNCTION (4) (CB301) 10 mm
to FUNCTION (1) (3/8")
(CB517)
CB16 W501B
to POWER CB14
W108
W301 W105 W404
TRANSFORMER W104
PN102
CB301
CB303 CB304 W502
W403 CB510/CB602

CB501/
PN505 CB401
to DIGITAL CB17 CB13

3 (W301) CB21 MAIN (6) W501A


FUNCTION (3)
W10 CB12
W503
CB2
to FUNCTION (1)
PN1 MAIN (4) CB404
(W503) CB506 PN401
W401
W402
Flexible flat cable
100 mm
(3-15/16")
POWER MAIN (5) CB505 PN504
to FUNCTION (1)
TRANSFORMER (CB505)
FUNCTION (1)
Letter side
• AMP UNIT
4 MAIN (1)
to OPERATION (1)
(W808)
CB101
PN503
W504
CB508
CB105
PN851
CB706

W102
W803
W808 CB853 W103
Fix the wire by style pin.

OPERATION (5) OPERATION (3) OPERATION (1) OPERATION (2)

PN104
MAIN (4)
Front view OPERATION (6) OPERATION (4) CB107

6 W806B
CB106

W801 CB808
OPERATION (1) MAIN (5)

W805B W808
W806A W805A
OPERATION (7)
MAIN (1)
OPERATION (3) W803

7 to FUNCTION (1) (CB508)

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1 ■ PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS

DIGITAL (Side A)
2

DC OUT DIGITAL
COAXIAL OPTICAL

CB302
3

IC307
8
IC309
3 1
1

IC305
4 3 4 5
4 5
1 2

4
IC304
36 25
37 24
20 11
1 4
IC301 IC303

48 13
1 12 1 10

+7I
W301

IGND

8 7

IC308
OPERATION (8)
(CB21) 14 1

5
4 3

IC306
5 1

CB301 CB303
CB304
NC
DIGITAL_PON
USB_OCPRT
FW_WCK
DIR_N_CS
FW_SDO
VRG

-7V
+7V
AGND
DAC_L
AGND
DAC_R
FUNCTION (2)
(W404)
FUNCTION (2)
DIR_N_RST

(W403)
DIR_N_INT
DIR_SCLK
DIR_MISO

DIR_MOSI

6 B, G models
+5MTR
MG

• Semiconductor Location
FUNCTION (1)
(CB517)
Ref no. Location
IC301 F4
IC303 H4
IC304 E4
IC305 F4
IC306 F5
IC307 G4
IC308 F5
7 IC309 D4

35
7
6
5
4
3
2
1

36
A
A-S701
B

(W803)
VRDN OPERATION (3)
VRUP
MG
MG
AD_VOL MG
FUNCTION (1)

W504
+5M LOUDNESS
VRG BALANCE

CB508
VRG TREBLE
+5MTR BASS
+5M
C

(Side A)

OPERATION (2) (CB853)


D

For Self-Diagnostic Function mode.


(CB801)
OPERATION (1)

+5M
MPLED
REM
KEY1
MPSW
FL_MOSI/EXT_MOSI
E

FL_SCK/EXT_SCK
CB505

FL_N_CE/EXT_N_CE
FL_N_RST/EXT_N_RST
ISA
ISB
KEY0
+5S
MG
CB509

Writing port

PRD
PRI
HPRY
SPARY

(CB602)
SPBRY

FUNCTION (3)
THM1
W505

THM2
PWR_MGT
F

Z2MT +5S
EVOL_CLK MG
EVOL_DATA SWMT
TU_N_RST PREMT
GPI02
TU_SDA
CB501

TU_SCL
Z2VOL_DATA PRY
Z2VOL_CLK N_RST
MG
W503

PW_DET
(CB109)

(CB2)

+5M
MAIN (1)

MG
OPERATION (8)

CDL+I THM3
MG
W501A

CDL-I
AGND
CDR+I
CDR-I
AGND
G

CDL
AGND
CDR
CB510

AGND
PHOR
AGND
PHOL
AGND
-7V
+7V
+7VP
AGND
-7VP
W502
(CB14)

PRV
MAIN (2)

HP_DET
+7V
+7V
-7V
-7V
H

CDL-I
CDL+I
CDR-I
FUNCTION (3)

CDR+I
AGND
PHOL
CB502

PHOR
AGND NC
(CB602)

CDL DIR_N_RST
CDR DIGITAL_PON
AGND DIR_MISO
MI_SEL USB_N_OCPRT
PREMT DIR_SCL
FW_WCL
DIR_MOSI
CB517

DIR_N_CS
DIR_N_INT MG
FW_DATA THM3
MG
VRG
I

+5MTR
FUNCTION (2) (CB402)
FUNCTION (4)

DIGITAL (CB301)
to DIODE temperature
J

(Side A)
A B C D E F G H I J
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FUNCTION (4) (Side B)

2 FUNCTION (1) (Side B)

No replacement part available.

1 100

4
81
80
30

2
50
IC
31

50 51

6
• Semiconductor Location
Ref no. Location Ref no. Location
D501 I4 IC502 H4
D502 H4 Q503 E4
D506 H4 Q505 E4
D508 D5 Q510 G4
D509 D4 Q506 H5
D512 G4 Q507 I5
D513 D4
D514 D4
7
D515 D4

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FUNCTION (2) (Side A) FUNCTION (3) (Side A)

LINE TUNER CD PHONO


REC 3 PB REC 2 PB 1
DIGITAL DIGITAL L/R L/R L/R L/R L/R L/R L/R L/R
(CB303) (CB304)
2
DAC_R
AGND
DAC_L
AGND
+7V
-7V

B, G models
W404

W403

3
+7V
+7V
-7V
-7V
CDL-I
CDL+I
CDR-I
CDR+I
CB402

AGND
PHOL
PHOR
AGND
CDL
CDR
AGND
MI_SEL
PREMT
FUNCTION (1)
(CB510)
4
FUNCTION (1)
(CB502) CDL+I
CDL-I
AGND
CDR+I
CDR-I
AGND
CDL
AGND

CB602
CDR
AGND
PHOR
AGND
PHOL
AGND
-7V
FUNCTION (1) +7V
5 (CB501)

MG
Z2VOL_CLK
Z2VOL_DATA
TU_SCL
CB401

TU_SDA
GPI02
TU_N_RST
EVOL_DATA
EVOL_CLK
Z2MT

W402

W405

B, G models
6 W401
AGND
-7
+7
POR
AGND
POL

AGND
MIR
AGND
MIL

MAIN (1) MAIN (1)


(CB108) (CB105)

MAIN (1)
(CB101)

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FUNCTION (2) (Side B) FUNCTION (3) (Side B)

3 5 4

IC601
41 40 8 1

60 21

IC
40
2
61 20

IC602
80 1

IC603
4

IC401

1 8
IC407

4 5
IC409

• Semiconductor Location
6 Ref no. Location
IC401 D5
IC402 D3
IC407 C5
IC409 D5
IC601 H3
IC602 I4
IC603 H4
Q411 D5
Q412 D5
Q413 D5
7
Q414 D5

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OPERATION (1) (Side A)


2

COAXIAL
OPTICAL CD

3 LINE 1
TUNER

LINE 2 PHONO
FUNCTION (1)
(CB505)
LINE 3 INPUT
+5M
MPLED
REM
KEY1
4 MPSW
L_DIN

CB801
L_CLK
L_CS
L_RES
ISA
ISB
KEY0
+5S
MG
+5M
*MPLED
REM
CB808

+5S CD DIRECT PURE DIRECT


KEY1 indicator indicator
MPSW
MG

5 FUNCTION (4)
(W801)
CD DIRECT PURE DIRECT

6 • Semiconductor Location
Ref no. Location
D805 I4
D806 I3
D809 I3
D810 H3
D811 H3
D812 H3
D813 H3
D815 G3
D819 G5
7
D820 H4

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OPERATION (1) (Side B)


2

24 13

IC801

1 12

• Semiconductor Location
Ref no. Location
7
IC801 C4

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OPERATION (2) (Side A)

2 VOLUME

OPERATION (3) (Side A)

FUNCTION (1)
(CB508)

LOUDNESS
BALANCE
TREBLE
3

BASS
+5M

MG
FUNCTION (1)
(W504)

+5MTR
VRG
VRG
+5M
AD_VOL
MG
MG
4 VRUP
VRDN

M +
LOUDNESS
BASS TREBLE BALANCE

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OPERATION (2) (Side B) OPERATION (3) (Side B)

4
8 5

1 4
IC852

• Semiconductor Location
Ref no. Location
D851 C4
D852 C4
7
IC852 C4

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OPERATION (4) (Side A) OPERATION (5) (Side A)

PHONES
OPERATION (6) OPERATION (7)
(W806B) (W805B)

*MPLED
MPSW

REM
+5M

+5M
LED

LED

MG
2

W806A W805A

MG
MPSW
KEY1
+5S

W801
REM
*MPLED
+5M

3 OPERATION (1)
(CB808)

HPR

CB706
HPE
HPL77
SPAKERS HP_DET

MAIN (1)
(W10)

OPERATION (6) (Side A) OPERATION (7) (Side A)


(Power)

OPERATION (4)
(W805A)
5

*MPLED
REM

+5M
LED
MG
W805B

+5M
W806B

MPSW
LED POWER
6 indicator
OPERATION (4)
(W806A)

• Semiconductor Location
Ref no. Location
7
D814 H6

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OPERATION (4) (Side B) OPERATION (5) (Side B)

OPERATION (6) (Side B) OPERATION (7) (Side B)

• Semiconductor Location
Ref no. Location
D715 H2
D716 H2
7
Q803 H5

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OPERATION (8) (Side A)

POWER
2 TRANSFORMER

POWER
TRANSFORMER
CB16

3
WH

CB17
DIGITAL WH
(W301)
IGND
+7I

CB2 CB21
PRY
N_RST
PWR_DET
+5M
MG

4 U, A, B, G, L models
FUNCTION (1)
(W503)

14 8
IC2

5 IC3
IC4

1 7

6
R model

• Semiconductor Location
Ref no. Location
D13 F5
D24 E4
D26 D3
IC2 E5
IC3 E5
IC4 F5
7
Q10 F5

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OPERATION (8) (Side B)

R model
4
3 1
IC1

4 5

U, A, B, G, L models

• Semiconductor Location
Ref no. Location Ref no. Location
D1 H4 D5 G5
D10 E5 D6 H5
D11 F5 D9 F5
D12 G5 Q1 H5
D15 G4 Q2 G3
D2 H4 Q3 G5
D3 E3 Q9 G5
7 D4 H5 IC1 G4

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1
MAIN (1) (Side A)
MAIN (5) (Side A)
FUNCTION (1)
(W405) to HEATSINK R temperature
PREOUT_L
AGND
PREOUT_R VCC
+7V FUNCTION (1) B, G models

IC102
-7V (W505) GND
AGND
OUT

PREMT
SWMT
MG
+5S CB107
POW_MGT
THM
2 THM
SPBRY
SPARY

CB108
PRIY
PRI FUNCTION (2)
PRD (W401)
CB105

CB109
# # # #
CB101

STANDBY WOOFER Q122C Q124C Q124A Q122A


5 k-ohms

E
R
E
L
SUB

OUT
10 W FUNCTION (2)
(W402)

W103
ON/OFF
POWER
AUTO

W102
-
R

4
+
SPEAKERS
A/B

• Semiconductor Location
Ref no. Location
D111 D6
-

IC101 F6
IC102 G2
Q137 D5
L

5 k-ohms Q129 D6
10 W Q127 D6
5 Q121C Q123C Q123A Q121A
Q139 F3
+

Q119 F4
# # # # Q138 G3
Q118 G3
A, B, G, L models
Note: Those parts marked with “#” are not included in the P.C.B. ass’y. Q120 G4
Q117 G5
Q115 H3
MAIN (4) (Side A) Q116 H4
Q113 H4
Q114 H4
IMPEDANCE
SELECTOR

HIGH/LOW

6 CB106 IC101 F6
IC102 G2
W104

CB104
E

POW_MGT
E
-VP_UNREG
+7UNREG
-7UNREG
PRV
HPL
E
HPR

OUT
IC101

GND
ACH
ACH
ACL
ACL
E

VCC

Safety measures
POWER MAIN (2) to HEATSINK
(CB13) • Some internal parts in this product contain high voltages and are dangerous. Be sure to take safety measures during servicing, such
TRANSFORMER L temperature as wearing insulating gloves.
• Note that the capacitors indicated below are dangerous even after the power is turned off because an electric charge remains and a
high voltage continues to exist there. Before starting any repair work, connect a discharging resistor (5 k-ohms/10 W) to the terminals
7 of each capacitor indicated below to discharge electricity. The time required for discharging is about 30 seconds per each.
C134, C135 on MAIN (1) P.C.B.

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1 MAIN (1) (Side B)

MAIN (4) (Side B)

• Semiconductor Location
Ref no. Location
D101 H4
D102 H5
D103 H4
D104 H4
D105 H5
D106 H5
4 D107 F4
D108 F5
D109 E4
D110 E5
D112 D2
D113 C5
D114 D3
D117 C4
D118 D3
D119 D3
D120 E4
5 D121 E5
IC103 D6
Q101 H4
Q102 H5
Q103 H4
Q104 H5
MAIN (5) (Side B)
4 1

IC103 Q105 H4
5 8
Q106 H5
Q107 H4
Q108 H4
6 Q109 H4
Q110 H5
Q111 H4
Q112 H5
Q125 E5
Q126 D2
Q128 D3
Q132 C6
Q135 C5
Q136 D3
Q140 E6
7 Q141 E4

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MAIN (2) (Side A)

MAIN (3) (Side A)


2 R model

OPERATION (5)
(CB706)

HP_DET
3 HPL
W10

E
HPR CB10

CB9 CB8

Gray
Gray

RE

YE

OR

PU
NC
CB12

Purple
White POWER TRANSFORMER
Purple

POWER
TRANSFORMER
4
CB13

CB14
HPR
E
HPL
PRV
-7UNREG
+7UNREG
-VP_UNREG
E
+VP_UNREG

RE
AGND_RTN
-7V
PRV
HP_DET

MAIN (1)
(W104) FUNCTION (1) (W502)

MAIN (6) (Side A)

• Semiconductor Location
Ref no. Location
D14 C4
Q6 D3
7
Q7 D4

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MAIN (2) (Side B)

MAIN (3) (Side B)


2 R model

MAIN (6) (Side B)

• Semiconductor Location
Ref no. Location
Q1002 E5
D18 D3
D19 D2
D20 D3
D21 D2
D23 C3
Q4 D3
7
Q5 D2

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MEMO MEMO

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■ SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS
1 DIGITAL

Destination Part List


+--------+---------------+---------------+---------------+---------------+
| sxx | LOCATION | URAL | B | G |
+--------+---------------+---------------+---------------+---------------+
| s8 | C324 | UR23710 | UU23710 | UU23710 |
| | | 10/16 | 10/16 | 10/16 |
+5MTR IC309 +--------+---------------+---------------+---------------+---------------+
2 4.98
TPS2051CDBVR
IN OUT
|
|
s9 |
|
C328 |
|
ZD52000
0.01/100
|
|
WE10290
0.01/100
|
|
WE10290
0.01/100
|
|
+--------+---------------+---------------+---------------+---------------+

1
GND | s10 | C331 | UR23747 | UR03747 | UR03747 |

BLM21PG600SN1D

2
+5V | | | 47/16 | 47/16 | 47/16 |
EN FLT +--------+---------------+---------------+---------------+---------------+

3
| s11 | C333 | UR23710 | UU23710 | UU23710 |

L301
UBA-4R-D14C-2
| | | 10/16 | 10/16 | 10/16 |
+--------+---------------+---------------+---------------+---------------+
CB301 PAD1
CB302 DC OUT | s12 | C335 | ZD51920 | WE10210 | WE10210 |
6 | | C336 | 2200P/100 | 2200P/100 | 2200P/100 |
+--------+---------------+---------------+---------------+---------------+
4.98 IN OUT 4.98 VBus
+5MTR 1 | s13 | C338 | UR23810 | UR03810 | UR03810 |

4 5 6

3 2 1
100K
1

IC302
| | | 100/16 | 100/16 | 100/16 |

R322
GND ILIM N.C

no_use
DCOUT for BT

C359
VRG 2 +--------+---------------+---------------+---------------+---------------+

R323
10K
2 EN FLAG N.C | s14 | C342 | UR24822 | UR04822 | UR04822 |

1/10
5V/500mA
MG 3

C322
| | | 220/25 | 220/25 | 220/25 |
3 GND

MG

no_use no_use

no_use

100/16
no_use
To function

R303 +--------+---------------+---------------+---------------+---------------+

R324

D301

C327
FW_SDO 0.0018 4
4
0.0 | s16 | CB303 | X | LB91904 | LB91904 |

1
DIR_N_INT 0.0330 5 | | | | XHL | XHL |
5
0.0
- - +--------+---------------+---------------+---------------+---------------+

1/10
2
7

C323
DIR_N_CS 2.99 | s17 | C361 | UR23710 | UU23710 | UU23710 |
4.8 min 0.55A

R325
6 | | | 10/16 | 10/16 | 10/16 |

3
DIR_MOSI 0.54 0.0 +--------+---------------+---------------+---------------+---------------+
Page 54 K2 7
3 R305

4
FW_WCK 0.0019 22X4 0.0
to FUNCTION (1)_CB517 8

1
DIR_SCLK 4.62 4.94
9

2
USB_OCPRT 4.98 4.98
10 DGND

3
DIR_MISO 3.93 4.92
11 HS301
@partN

4
DIGITAL_PON 4.94 R302 22X4 4.93
12 BPUE16-25/H17
DIR_N_RST 22 R304
3.3V->5V
4.96
13
NC 22 4.96
14 +5V

C310 22P(CH)

C311 22P(CH)

C354 22P(CH)

C348 22P(CH)

C357 22P(CH)
C352

22P(CH) C353
C309

22P(CH) C312

22P(CH) C349
4.98
IC304
14FMN-SMT-A-TF( C351
5V/800mA NJM2388F05
22P(CH)
3.3D/70mA 3.3A/30mA

22P(CH)
IC308 0.1/16
+7I
V+ DGND +5V +5MTR 4 3 2 1 ST301 ST302 ST303 C346
14 +5V +3.3D +7V +3.3A P R335
4

1.49

0.001

4.98

10.00
6

CTL

GND
OUT
VCC
5 Q301 no_use no_use
RAL035P01 4.98 IC306
4.98 R333 YF016A0
9 6 5 4 YC288A0
4 8
10
no_use
RP130Q331D-TR-F
RP170H331B-T1-F

R343
100K
DGND 10.0 VDD VOUT MG DGND
3.29

VOUT
4.98 3.29 7.21

1
VDD
12

0.1/16
D302 GND

C358
11 DGND

2
13
1 2 3 NC CE

0.1/16
4 3

0.1/16
R332

C337
no_use

C340

4
no_use

3
IC305

1K
1 0.00
3 1 2
C355

C344

C347
C343

1/25

C345

1/25
2

1/25
1/25

CE/CE

GND
4.92 D304
7 0.1/16
TC74VHCT08AFT(E V- no_use

C341

s14
C342

R344
D303

10K
Q302

0.1/16
C339

R334
s13

C338
DGND DTC114EKA no_use

10
C356 R346
no_use no_use

no_use
+5V

ST304
DGND AGND
BLM21PG600SN1D

DGND AGND DGND

5 Ivol=10 A MAX
L302

FG

JSR2165
4.98
VCC

DIGITAL IN
1

C301
OPICAL OPTICAL
U301

OUT G
2

0.1/16 R301
100 0.0001 +3.3D
3

+3.3A
R339 +3.3D 3.2994
1.99 3.29 +3.3D
4.7K

BKP1005HS680-T
DGND BKP1005HS680-T
IC307 IC307 +3.3D

BKP1005HS680-T
DIGITAL R338 1 7 6 20.36 R342
DAC

4.82
2.48

L309
680 33
BKP1005HS680-T

BKP1005HS680-T
0.0240

0.0156

0.0199

0.0359

0.0399
L304

TC7WHU04FK 3.29
C307

L306
R340 R319
R314

RXIN6/ALRCKI0

R315
Idd=13 A MAX
100

100
RXIN4/ASCKI0

RXIN5/ABCKI0
no_use 3.29 3.299
PJ301

RXIN7/ADIN0
L303

18K 10K Icc=32 A MAX


IC304: NJM4580E

3.2990
C308
DAC
0.0000 R341

4.82
COAXIAL C 3 2 4 0.0001C 3 2 5
22P(CH)

Dual operational amplifier

L305
MS/ADR1
C333
C316
C319
R310

2.466 no_use 0.39 DGND +7V -7V

MC/SCL
3.29 0.0001
C304

COAXIAL
0.1/16
VDDRX

RXIN1

RXIN2

RXIN3
0.1/16
82

6 s8 0.1/16

MODE
C360

C321 DVDD CPVDD s11


RST

11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
V+

1
0.1/10

3.29 C326
10/6.3

DGND CAPP 1.66 C332 8


10/6.3

IC303
MSP-251V-14-GIL 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 PHL

3 2
+5V RXIN0 3.94 MDI/SDA 0.1/16
37 24 LDOO CPGND -7V -7.125
R316 1
DGND

4.98 GNDRX MDO/ADR0 0.1/16 2.2/10

s17

C361
38 23 XSMT CAPM C329 +7V 7.204
33 2

4
3.25
XTI DVDD C320 -1.61
2, 6 1, 7
IC307 V+ 39 22 A side R326 FMT VNEG -3.27C334 AGND Page 54 D2 OUTPUT
3 8 5 C350 0.1/10(BJ) 3 –INPUT

5
C315 C317 XTO DGND 4.7K
0.00 2.2/10 R330
4
0.1/16 1.75 40 21 DIR_WCK LRCK OUTL DAC_L 0.0005 to FUNCTION (2)_W403 +INPUT
10/6.3 R 3 2 01.5337 4

10 9 8 7 6
AGND S C K O 1.4976 DIR_MCK

PCM5102APWR
V- IC301 R3291P470 J303 3, 5
R306

41 20 DIR_SDO DIN OUTR AGND


680

0.1/16 R317 1 0 0 1.6211 5


VCC BCK DIR_BCK C330 1P470

C335

C336
1.6192

s12
42 PCM9211PTR 19 DIR_BCK BCK AVDD 0 DAC_R 0.0005
XL301 C306 33 R 3 2 1.6488
1 6
0.00 FILT L R C K 1.6487 DIR_WCK
4 3 43 18 DIR_MCK SCK AGND 0.1/16
1.75
4700P/25(B) VCOM D O U T 0.0012 R318 33 DIR_SDO s12 CB304
44 17
0.0012 R327 FLT DEMP R331
1.75
1 2 C305 33 V–
R311 AGNDAD MPO1 C331
no_use

0.000 0.0012
45 16 1K 4.7K 4
C313

24.576MHZ 0.00 3.29


0.068/25 680 VCCAD MPO0 R 3 4 0.0013
7
s10
12P(CH)

15P(CH)

46 15 CB303
C328
C302

C303

VINL MPIO_B3 33 R328


no_use

47 14
C314

0.0001 2.2
VINR MPIO_B2 s9 Page 54 C2

BKP1005HS680-T
48 13 0.03 +3.3A
to FUNCTION (2)_W404
7 C318
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 DGND AGND
ERROR/INT0

NPCM/INT1
MPIO_A0

MPIO_A1

MPIO_A2
MPIO_A3

MPIO_C0
MPIO_C1

MPIO_C2

MPIO_C3
MPIO_B0

MPIO_B1

no_use

L307
DGND

s16

Idd=55 A MAX

+3.3D
IC301: PCM9211PTR
DGND 216-kHz digital audio interface transceiver (DIX) with stereo ADC and routing
R313
33

FILT
43

+7I
R312
10K
DIGITAL (1) AUXIN0

AUTO
RXIN7
To OPE1

RXIN0 DIR DIR


RXIN0 37 20 SCKO

W301
IC309 : TPS2051CDBVR RXIN1 35
RXIN1
PLL
ADC DOUT
MAIN 19 BCK
+7I OUTPUT
Page 57 C6 1 Power-Distribution Switch RXIN2 33
RXIN2 AUXIN0
SCKO/BCK/LRCK PORT 18 LRCK
IGND RXIN3 AUXIN1
to OPERATION (8)_CB21 2
RXIN3 32
RXIN4
17 DOUT
RXIN4/ASCKIO Lock:DIR AUXIN2
31
Unlock:ADC
SCN-XH Current
8
RXIN5 Clock/Data
RXIN5/ABCKIO 30
Recovery
DGND Sense RXIN6/ALRCKIO 29
RXIN6
IN CS OUT RXIN7 AUTO
RXIN7/ADIN0 28
DIR
(Disabled+ Lock
Charge Current UVLO) MPIO_A0 3 RXIN8
Detection
ADC
DIT
Pump Limit MPIO_A1 4 MPIO_A
RXIN9 AUXIN0

MPIO_A2 5 SELECTOR RXIN10 AUXIN1

Details of colored lines ★ All voltages are measured with a 10M Ω /V DC electronic voltmeter. EN or
Driver MPIO_A3 6 RXIN11 RECOUT0 AUXIN2
EN
★ Components having special characteristics are marked ⚠ and must be replaced DITOUT RECOUT1

Red / full line: Power supply (+) FLT RECOUT0


with parts having specifications equal to those originally installed. UVLO 9-ms
Red /dashed line: Power supply (-) ★ Schematic diagram is subject to change without notice.
GND OTSD Deglitch ADC
RECOUT1 MPO0/1
SELECTOR
15

16
MPO0

MPO1
DITOUT
Thermal
Orange: Signal detect Sense VINL 47
ADC Mode
ADC
Yellow: Clock VINR 48 Control

Green: Protection detect


Brown: Reset signal VCOM 44 Com. Supply

Blue: Panel key input IC303 : PCM5101APWR


AUTO

9 106 dB audio selector DAC with 32-bit, 384 kHz PCM interface
MPIO_C0

MPIO_C1
7

8
ADC Standalone DIR
ADC
MPIO_B