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DVD-Video Player DVD763SA

DVD763SA /001 /021 /051

Contents Page
1 Technical Specs and Connection Facilities 2
2 Safety Instructions, Warnings, Notes, and Service
Hints 3
3 Directions for Use 5
4 Mechanical- and Dismantling Instructions 20
5 Diagnostic Software, Trouble Shooting and Test
Instructions 22
6 Block-, Wiring Diagram and Testpoint Overview
Block Diagram 43
Wiring Diagram 44
Testpoint Overview AV Board 45
7 Electrical Diagrams and Print-Layouts Diagram PWB
Power Supply Unit 46
AV Board: SYS Clk & Control (Diagram A1) 47 51-56
AV Board: Video DAC (Diagram A2) 48 51-56
AV Board: Audio (Diagram A3) 49 51-56
AV Board: Video (Diagram A4) 50 51-56
Front Board: Display (Diagram D) 57 58-60
Front Board: Standby (Diagram S) 61 61
Switching Panel (Diagram S1) 62 64-66
SCART Panel (Diagram S2) 63 64-66
8 Alignments(Not Applicable) 67
9 Circuit Descriptions 67
List of Abbreviations 75
IC Data 76
10 Spare Parts List 77

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Copyright 2002 Philips Consumer Electronics B.V. Eindhoven, The Netherlands.
All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a
retrieval system or transmitted, in any form or by any means, electronic,
mechanical, photocopying, or otherwise without the prior permission of Philips.

Published by MW 0265 Service PaCE Printed in the Netherlands Subject to modification EN 3122 785 12310
EN 2 1. DVD763SA Technical Specifications and Connection Facilities

1. Technical Specifications and Connection Facilities

Specifications
PLAYBACK SYSTEM AUDIO PERFORMANCE (TYPICAL)
DVD Video DA Converter 24 bits
SACD multi channel and SACD stereo DVD fs 96 kHz 4 Hz - 44 kHz
Video CD & SVCD CD/Video CD fs 44.1 kHz4 Hz - 20 kHz
CD (CD-Recordable and CD-Rewritable) S-Video CD fs 48 kHz 4 Hz - 22 kHz
MP3 CD fs 44.1 kHz4 Hz - 20 kHz
Signal-Noise (1kHz) 100 dB
TV STANDARD (PAL/50Hz) (NTSC/60Hz) Dynamic Range (1kHz) 100 dB
Number of lines 625 525 Crosstalk (1kHz) 105 dB
Playback Multistandard (PAL/NTSC) Total Harmonic Distortion (1kHz) 97 dB
MPEG MP3 MPEG Audio L3
VIDEO PERFORMANCE
RGB (SCART) output 0.7 Vpp into 75 ohm CONNECTIONS
YUV output Y: 1Vpp into 75 ohm SCART 2x Euroconnector
Pr/Cr Pb/Cb: 0.7Vpp into 75 ohm Y Pb/Cb Pr/Cr (480i) Cinch 3x (green, blue, red)
S-Video output Y: 1Vpp into 75 ohm S-Video Output Mini DIN, 4 pins
C: 0.3Vpp into 75 ohm Video Output 2x Cinch (yellow)
Video output 1 Vpp into 75 ohm Audio L+R output Cinch (white/red)
Black Level Shift On/Off Digital Output 1 coaxial, 1 optical
Video Shift Left/Right IEC958 for CDDA / LPCM
IEC1937 for MPEG1/2, Dolby
AUDIO FORMAT Digital, DTS
6 channel analog output
DSD Multichannel and Stereo
Audio Front L/R Cinch (white/red)
MPEG/ Compressed Digital
Audio Surround L/R Cinch (white/red)
Dolby Digital 16, 20, 24 bits
Audio Centre Cinch (blue)
DTS/PCM fs, 44.1, 48, 96 kHz
Audio Subwoofer Cinch (black)
MP3 96, 112, 128, 256 kbps and
(ISO 9660) variable bit rate fs 32, 44.1, 48kHz
Full decoding of Dolby Digital and DTS multi channel sound CABINET
Analogue Stereo Sound Dimensions (w x h x d) 435 x 77.5 x 303.5 mm
Dolby Surround-compatible downmix from Dolby Digital Weight Approximately 3.1 Kg
multi-channel sound
3D Sound for virtual 5.1 channel sound on 2 speakers POWER SUPPLY (UNIVERSAL)
Power inlet 110V-240V, 50/60Hz
SACD AUDIO PERFORMANCE Power usage Approx. 23W
D/A Converter DSD Power usage standby < 1W
SACD fs 2.8224MHz DC - 100kHz
Max. output voltage (0dB)
2V rms
Channel unbalance <0.5 dB * typical playing time for movie with 2 spoken languages and
Cut-off frequency 50kHz (Front) 3 subtitle languages
40kHz (Surround, Center,
Specifications subject to change without prior notice
Subwoofer)
Signal-Noise (1kHz) 105 dB
Dynamic Range (1kHz) 105 dB
Crosstalk (1kHz) 105 dB
Total Harmonic Distortion (1kHz) 97 dB
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Safety Instructions, Warnings and Notes DVD763SA 2. EN 3

2. Safety Instructions, Warnings and Notes


2.1 Safety Instructions 2.2 Warnings

2.1.1 General Safety 2.2.1 General

Safety regulations require that during a repair: • All ICs and many other semiconductors are susceptible to
• Connect the unit to the mains via an isolation transformer. electrostatic discharges (ESD, symbol "). Careless
• Replace safety components, indicated by the symbol , handling during repair can reduce life drastically. Make
only by components identical to the original ones. Any sure that, during repair, you are at the same potential as
other component substitution (other than original type) may the mass of the set by a wristband with resistance. Keep
increase risk of fire or electrical shock hazard. components and tools at this same potential. Available
ESD protection equipment:
Safety regulations require that after a repair, you must return – Complete kit ESD3 (small tablemat, wristband,
the unit in its original condition. Pay, in particular, attention to connection box, extension cable and earth cable) 4822
the following points: 310 10671.
• Route the wires/cables correctly, and fix them with the – Wristband tester 4822 344 13999.
mounted cable clamps. • Be careful during measurements in the live voltage section.
• Check the insulation of the mains lead for external The primary side of the power supply (pos. 1005), including
damage. the heatsink, carries live mains voltage when you connect
• Check the electrical DC resistance between the mains plug the player to the mains (even when the player is 'off'!). It is
and the secondary side: possible to touch copper tracks and/or components in this
1. Unplug the mains cord, and connect a wire between unshielded primary area, when you service the player.
the two pins of the mains plug. Service personnel must take precautions to prevent
2. Set the mains switch to the 'on' position (keep the touching this area or components in this area. A 'lightning
mains cord unplugged!). stroke' and a stripe-marked printing on the printed wiring
3. Measure the resistance value between the mains plug board, indicate the primary side of the power supply.
and the front panel, controls, and chassis bottom. • Never replace modules, or components, while the unit is
4. Repair or correct unit when the resistance ‘on’.
measurement is less than 1 MΩ.
5. Verify this, before you return the unit to the customer/ 2.2.2 Laser
user (ref. UL-standard no. 1492).
6. Switch the unit ‘off’, and remove the wire between the
• The use of optical instruments with this product, will
two pins of the mains plug.
increase eye hazard.
• Only qualified service personnel may remove the cover or
2.1.2 Laser Safety attempt to service this device, due to possible eye injury.
• Repair handling should take place as much as possible
This unit employs a laser. Only qualified service personnel may with a disc loaded inside the player.
remove the cover, or attempt to service this device (due to • Text below is placed inside the unit, on the laser cover
possible eye injury). shield:

Laser Device Unit CAUTION VISIBLE AND INVISIBLE LASER RADIATI ON WHEN OPEN AVO ID EXPOSURE TO BEAM
ADVARSEL SYNLIG OG USYNLIG LASERSTRÅLING VED ÅBNING UNDGÅ UDSÆTTELSE FOR STRÅLING
! ÅPNES UNNGÅ EKSPONERING FOR STRÅLEN
Type : Semiconductor laser ADVARSEL SYNLIG OG USYNLIG LASERSTRÅLING NÅR DEKSEL
VARNING SYNLIG OCH OSYNLIG LASERSTRÅLNING NÄR DENNA DEL ÄR ÖPPNAD BETRAKTA EJ STRÅLEN
VARO! AVATT AESSA OLET ALTTIINA NÄKYVÄLLE JA NÄKYMÄTT ÖMÄLLE LASER SÄTEILYLLE. ÄLÄ KAT SO SÄT EESEEN
GaAlAs VORSICHT SICHTBARE UND UNSICHTBARE LASERSTRAHLUNG WENN ABDECKUNG GEÖFFNET NICHT DEM STRAHL AUSSETSEN
DANGER VISIBLE AND INVISIBLE LASER RADIATI ON WHEN OPEN AVO ID DIRECT EXPOSURE TO BEAM
Wavelength : 650 nm (DVD) AT TENTION RAYO NNEMENT LASER VISIBLE ET INVISIBLE EN CAS D'OUVERTURE EXPOSITION DANGEREUSE AU FAISCEAU

: 780 nm (VCD/CD)
Output Power : 20 mW (DVD+RW
Figure 2-2 Warning text
writing)
: 0.8 mW (DVD
reading) 2.2.3 Notes
: 0.3 mW (VCD/CD
reading) Dolby
Beam divergence : 60 degree Manufactered under licence from Dolby Laboratories. “Dolby”,
“Pro Logic” and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby
Laboratories. Confidential Unpublished Works. ©1992-1997
Dolby Laboratories, Inc. All rights reserved.

Figure 2-3

Figure 2-1 Class 1 Laser Product


Trusurround
TRUSURROUND, SRS and symbol (fig 2-4) are trademarks of
Note: Use of controls or adjustments or performance of SRS Labs, Inc. TRUSURROUND technology is manufactured
procedure other than those specified herein, may result in under licence frm SRS labs, Inc.
hazardous radiation exposure. Avoid direct exposure to beam.

Figure 2-4
EN 4 2. DVD763SA Safety Instructions, Warnings and Notes

2.3 Service Hints 2.3.3 ComPair

2.3.1 Switched Mode Power Supply For assistance with the repair process of the monoboard an
electronic fault finding guidance has been developed. This
program is called ComPair.
The power supply unit has to be replaced in case of failure. The
schematic provided in the manual is only for information and no This ComPair program is available on CDROM.
service parts will be available. The version of the CDROM for repair of the monoboard is V1.3
or higher and can be ordered with codenumber 4822 727
21637. This is an update CDROM, so when the ComPair
2.3.2 DVD Module
CDROM is used for the first time, one has to install the ComPair
Engine CDROM V1.2 first.
This module can be repaired as follows: The V1.2 CDROM can be ordered with code number 4822 727
21634 and has to registered after instalation. The procedure for
1. The VAL6011/14 is a combination of loading mechanism registration is explained in the help file of the program and in
and DVD-mechanism. Both are not repairable units and in the CDROM booklet.
case of failure, it has to be replaced with a new loader The cable to connect the monoboard with a PC can be ordered
VAL6011/14. with codenumber: 3122 785 90017.
All the hardware and software requirements of the systems,
Note: When replacing with a new VAL6011/14, two solder necessary for working with ComPair, are described on the
joints have to be removed after connecting the OPU flex foil CDROM.
to the mono board.
The solder joints, which shortcircuits the laser diodes to
2.3.4 Service Positions
ground, are for protection against ESD. Refer to figures 2-
5 and 2-6 for location of solder joints.
2. The mono board has to be repaired down to component Refer to dismantling instructions for dismounting of the board.
Figures 2-7 to 2-8 shows the service position that are
level. Repair handling of the monoboard requires a
workshop with sophisticated desoldering tools. recommended during repair of the boards.

Figure 2-5 Solder joints


Figure 2-7 SD4.00SA_CH module

Figure 2-6 Solder joints

Figure 2-8 DVD763SA model


DISMANTLING INSTRUCTIONS

See exploded view of DVD763SA for item numbers EN 20


Mounting
TopCover 300
è Remove 4 screws 310 and
3 screws 305. Dismounting
4.

è Lift cover from rearside to


remove.

Front cabinet 001 DVD Module 145 Double Scart board 1003 Power supply unit 1005
Dismantling Instructions

è Remove cable connections. è Remove flex connections (Only for DVD763SA /EU) è Remove cable connections.
è Open Tray (see instruction below). to A/V board. è Remove flex connection to è Remove 2 screws 190.
è Unlock Tray cover 095 and è Open tray (see instruction below). conn 1300 on scart board. (Board to bottom frame)
close tray. è Unlock Tray cover 095. è Remove 4 screws 290. è Release 2 spacer locking.
DVD763SA

è Unlock Front panel from frame by è Remove 4 screws 185. (scart to back-plate) (Board to bottom frame)
releasing successively 4 snaps. (Loader to bottom bracket) è Dismount board. è Dismount board.
(2 on the side and 2 on the bottom ) è Remove 2 screws 200.
è Place Front panel in front of (Monoboard to bottom bracket )
the set ( service position ). è Close tray.
è Lift module up slightly and move A/V board 1001
backward to remove.
è Remove Double Scart board
(Only for DVD763SA /EU)
è Remove flex and cable
connections.
Front Display board 1002 Front Standby board DVD Monoboard è Remove 7 screws 275
è Remove cable connections. è Remove cable connection. è Remove flex and cable (skt cinch ,optical to back-
è Remove the navigation è Remove 2 screws 110. connections from DVD plate) and screw 280.
button 120. (Board to Front cabinet) Loader to Monoboard. (S-video to back-plate)
è Remove 6 screws 100. è Dismount board. è Remove 4 screws 10 to 13. è Release 2 spacer locking.
(Board to Front cabinet) (Monoboard to Loader,VAL6011/14) è Dismount board.
è Dismount board. è Dismount Monoboard.

Manually opening of tray


When it is not possible to open the tray with the EJECT button,
the tray can be manually opened.
When no disc is loaded, unlock the tray by moving the slide from left When a disc is loaded, unlock the tray by pushing the slide inwards with Remove 4 screws to remove loader.
to right and pull tray outwards. a screwdriver and pull tray outwards.
4. Mechanical- and Dismantling Instructions
Mechanical- and Dismantling Instructions

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Mechanical- and Dismantling Instructions DVD763SA 4. EN 21

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290 (4x)
1001
200
0001

Figure 4-1 Exploded view


EN 22 5. DVD763SA Diagnostic Software, Trouble Shooting and Test Instructions

5. Diagnostic Software, Trouble Shooting and Test Instructions


5.1 Dealerscript 5.1.2 Contents of Dealer Script

5.1.1 Purpose of Dealer Script The dealer script executes all diagnostic nuclei that do not
need any user interaction and are meaningful on a standalone
DVD player.
The dealer script can give a diagnosis on a standalone DVD
The nuclei called in the dealer script are the following (the
player, no other equipment is needed to perform a number of
number after each nucleus name corresponds with the number
hardware tests to check if the DVD player is faulty. The
being on the local display when the nucleus is executed during
diagnosis is simply a "error" or "pass" message. No indication
is given of faulty hardware modules. Only tests within the scope the dealer script):
of the diagnostic software will be executed hence only faults
within this scope can be detected.

Nucleus

Display Nucleus Nucleus Description


Countdown Number Name
7 6 PapChksFl Calculate and verify checksum of FLASH memory
Checks the I2C interface with the slave processor on
6 12 PapI2cDisp the display board
5 13 PapS2bEcho Checks the I2C interface to the basic engine
4 11 PapI2cNvram Checks the I2C interface with the NVRAM
3 15 PapNvramWrR Pattern test of all locations in the NVRAM
2 16 CompSdramWrR Pattern test of all locations in the SDRAM(s)
1 63 FURORERSdramWrRLow Pattern test of all locations in the SDRAM(s)
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Figure 5-1 Dealer script nuclei

Press 2 keys simultaneously


<OPEN/CLOSE> + <PLAY>
Connect to mains.

During the test, the following display


is shown: the counter counts down
from the number of nuclei to be run
before the test finishes. Example:

NO
SET O.K.?

YES

To exit DEALER SCRIPT, disconnect from mains

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Figure 5-2 Dealer Script


Diagnostic Software, Trouble Shooting and Test Instructions DVD763SA 5. EN 23

5.2 Player Script Press the OPEN/CLOSE key to proceed to the next test.

5.2.1 Purpose of Player Script 5.2.4 Survey

The Player script will give the opportunity to perform a test that
will determine which of the DVD player's modules are faulty, to Press 2 keys simultaneously
read the error log and error bits and to perform an endurance <OPEN/CLOSE> + <STOP>
loop test. To successfully perform the tests, the DVD player Connect to mains
must be connected to a TV set to check the output of a number
of nuclei. For DVDv2b a multi-channel amplifier, a set of 6
speakers and an external video source are necessary to test. INTERACTIVE TESTS
To be able to check results of certain nuclei, the player script
expects some interaction of the user (i.e. to approve a test
picture or a test sound). Some nuclei (e.g. nuclei that test DISPLAY PCB
functionality of the Basic Engine module) require that the DVD
player itself is opened, to enable the user to observe moving
DISPLAY TEST DispDisplay (30a)
parts and approve their movement visually. Only tests within
the scope of the diagnostic software will be executed hence LED TEST DispLed (29)
only faults within this scope can be detected.
KEYBOARD TEST DispKeyb (27)
5.2.2 Contents of Player Script
REMOTE CONTROL DispRc (28)
The player script contains all nuclei that are useful on a DVD
P50 LOOP BACK TEST DispP50 (60)
player that is connected to a TV set and help to determine
which module of the DVD player is faulty, as well as to read out
the contents of the error logs. MONO PCB
DIGITAL PART
5.2.3 Structure of Player Script

PICTURE TEST VideoColDencOn (23a)


The player script consists of a set of nuclei testing the three
hardware modules in the DVD player: the Display PWB, the
Digital PWB, and the Basic Engine. SOUND 1 TEST AudioPinkNoiseOn (20a)
Nuclei run by the player test need some user interaction. In the SCART DVD TEST VideoScartSwDvd (55a)
next paragraph this interaction is described. The player test is
done in two phases:
1. Interactive tests: this part of the player test depends
SCART LOOP TEST VideoScartSwPass (55b)

strongly on user interaction and input to determine nucleus


results and to progress through the full test. Reading the SOUND 2 TEST AudioSineOn (21a)
error log and error bits information can be useful to
determine any errors that occurred recently during normal
operation of the DVD player. MONO PCB(SERVO)
2. The loop test: this part of the player test will loop through & BASIC ENGINE
the list of nuclei indefinitely, till the player is reset. The list
of nuclei is as follows: VERSION NUMBER BeVer (37)
• PapChksFlash
• PapI2cNvram TRAY TEST BeTrayOut/In (43a/b)
• CompSdramWrR
• PapS2bEcho SLEDGE TEST BeSledgeOut/In (41a/b)
• PapI2cDisp
DISC MOTOR TEST BeDiscMotorOn (39a/b)
At the beginning of the tests, the DSW version number will be
indicated on the local display of the DVD.
FOCUS TEST BeFocusOn (38a/b)
The display will look like the following:
RADIAL TEST BeRadialOn (40a/b)

JUMP TEST BeGroovesIn/Mid/Out (42a/b/c)

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Figure 5-3 LogReadErr (31)


ERROR LOG & BITS LogReadbits (32)
Pressing the PLAY key will proceed to the slave S/W version
display, which is shown on the local display of the DVD player.
The display will look like the following: LOOP TEST = Dealer script exclusive of test2

To exit player test,


disconnect from mains
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090102

Figure 5-4
Figure 5-5
EN 24 5. DVD763SA Diagnostic Software, Trouble Shooting and Test Instructions

5.3 Display PCB


KEY ID KEY
5.3.1 Display Test
0 PLAY/PAUSE
1 STOP
The display test is performed by nucleus DispDisplay. By
putting a serie of test patterns on the local display, the local
2 OPEN/CLOSE
display is tested. To step through all different patterns, the user 3 STANDBY
must either press OPEN/CLOSE (pattern is ok) or STOP 4 NEXT
(pattern was incorrect) to proceed to the next pattern. The 5 PREVIOUS
display of patterns is continued in a cyclic manner, shown in 7 SMART PICTURE
Fig. 5-6, until the user presses PLAY. If the user presses PLAY
8 NAVIGATION -UP
before all display patterns are tested, the DispDisplay nucleus
will return FALSE (display test unsuccessful). 9 NAVIGATION -DOWN
A NAVIGATION - LEFT
B NAVIGATION - RIGHT
C DISC MENU
D OK
If OK, press OPEN/CLOSE If NOK, press STOP E SOUND
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203020

Figure 5-8
If OK, press OPEN/CLOSE If NOK, press STOP

If any keys are detected more than once (due to hardware


error), the key-code is displayed twice (or more), with the
second digit increased by 1.
If OK, press OPEN/CLOSE If NOK, press STOP If the user does not press all keys minimally once (in any order),
the DispKeys nucleus will return FALSE and cause an error in
the overall result of the player script.
press PLAY to continue The user can leave the keyboard test by pressing the PLAY key
CL 16532162_031.eps
080102 on the local display of the DVD player for at least one full
second.
The result of the keyboard test is shown on local display as
Figure 5-6
follows:

5.3.2 LED Test

The LED(s) on the DVD player is (are) tested by nucleus


DispLed. The user must check if the LED(s) is (are) lighted; if it
is, press OPEN/CLOSE, if it is not, press STOP. By pressing CL 16532162_033.eps
PLAY the script will proceed to the next test. If the user presses 080102

PLAY before OPEN/CLOSE or STOP, the DispLed nucleus will


return TRUE (LED test successful). Figure 5-9

5.3.3 Keyboard Test Or

The keyboard of the DVD player is tested by nucleus


DispKeyb. The user is expected to press all keys on the local
keyboard once. The code of the key pressed is shown on the
local display (1 hexadecimal digit) immediately followed by a
(hexadecimal) number indicating how many times that key has CL 16532162_034.eps
080102

been pressed. Example of the local display during this test:


Figure 5-10

Pressing PLAY on the local keyboard again will proceed to the


next text.

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080102 5.3.4 Remote Control Test

Figure 5-7 The remote control of the DVD player is tested by nucleus
DispRc. The user must press any key on the remote control just
The key-codes displayed on the local display will scroll from once. The codes of the key pressed will be shown on the local
right to left when the display gets full, the text "K" will remain display in hexadecimal format. Example:
on display.

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Figure 5-11
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In this example 23 is the hexidecimal code of the pressed RC After pressing PLAY, the result of the remote control test is
key. The user can leave the remote-control test by pressing displayed on the local display of the DVD player as follows:
PLAY on the local keyboard of the DVD player. The remote
control test is successful if a code was received before the user
pressed the PLAY key. Pressing the PLAY key, before
pressing a key on the remote control, gives an error in the
remote control test (note that the remote control test will also
fail if a key on the remote control was pressed but no code was CL 96532065_013.eps

received). The remote control test does not check upon the 120799

contents of the received code, that is it will not be checked if the


received code matches the key pressed. If desired, the user Figure 5-13
can manually check this code by using a code-table for the
remote control key-codes. Or

RC Key id Hexadecimal code


STANDBY 0C
1 1 CL 96532065_014.eps
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2 2
Figure 5-14
3 3
4 4 Pressing PLAY on the local keyboard again will proceed to the
next test.
5 5
6 6 5.3.5 P50 Loop-Back Test
7 7
For the P50 loop-back test, the user must first press a key to
8 8 decide if the test is to be performed.
9 9 The display will show the following message:

0 0
RETURN 83
DISPLAY EF
DISC MENU 54 CL 16532007_004.eps
090102

SYSTEM MENU 82
Figure 5-15
CURSOR UP 58
CURSOR DOWN 59 If the user presses STOP, the P50 test will be skipped.
If the user presses OPEN/CLOSE, the P50 test is performed
CURSOR LEFT 5A and the result is displayed as follows:
CURSOR RIGHT 5B
Test successful:
OK 5C
PREVIOUS 21
NEXT 20
STOP 31
PLAY 2C CL 16532007_005.eps
090102

PAUSE 30 Figure 5-16


SUBTITLE 4B
ANGLE 85 Test fails:

ZOOM F7
AUDIO 4E
REPEAT 1D
REPEAT A-B 3B CL 16532007_006.eps
090102

SHUFFLE 1C
Figure 5-17
SCAN 2A
CL 16532 162_037.eps Press the PLAY key to continue to the next text
080102

Figure 5-12
EN 26 5. DVD763SA Diagnostic Software, Trouble Shooting and Test Instructions

5.4 Mono PCB Digital Part The test can be left by pressing the PLAY key for more than
one second.
5.4.1 Picture Test
5.4.3 Sound 2 Test
The picture test is performed by putting a predefined picture
(colour bar) on the display (nucleus VideoColDencOn), and The second soundtest is performed by producing a sine sound
asking the user for confirmation. (nucleus AudioSineOn). The signal can be stopped by pressing
The display will show the following message: the STOP key.
The display will show the following message:

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Figure 5-18
Figure 5-21
By pressing OPEN/CLOSE the user confirms the test, pressing
STOP will indicate the picture was invisible or incorrect. After the audio signal has been stopped, by pressing OPEN/
Pressing PLAY will proceed to the next test. If the user presses CLOSE, the user confirms the test. Pressing STOP will indicate
PLAY without pressing OPEN/CLOSE or STOP first, the result that something went wrong. Pressing PLAY will proceed to the
of this test will be TRUE (picture ok). next. If the user presses PLAY without pressing OPEN/CLOSE
or STOP first, the result of this test will be TRUE (sound ok).
Note: The colour bar must be simultaneously available on the
CVBS, YC, and RGB (or YUV) outputs available. On the
SCART only the CVBS and RGB signals will be available.

5.4.2 Sound 1 & SCART DVD Test

The first soundtest is performed by starting a pink noise sound


that needs confirmation from the user (nucleus
AudioPinkNoiseOn).
The display will show the following message:

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Figure 5-19

On the TV screen a colour bar (generated by nucleus


VideoColDencOn) is visible and the internally generated
pinknoise is audible.
By pressing the PLAY key, the user confirms the test. Pressing
the STOP key will indicate the sound was inaudible or
incorrect.

Note: Only for double scart models, SCART loop-through will


be simultaneously active during this test. SCART loop-through
will be measured with the aid of an external video source.
By pressing the PLAY key, there will be switched over to the
external source. This must become now visible on the TV
srcreen (using the SCART).
The local display will show the following message:

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080102

Figure 5-20

The internally generated colour bar is still available on the


CVBS and Y/C outputs. And the pinknoise-signal is still
available on the cinch audio outputs. By pressing the OPEN/
CLOSE button, the internal generated colour bar becomes
visual again.
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5.5 Basic Engine

5.5.1 Version Number

In the basic engine tests, the version number of the Basic


Engine will be shown first, as the following example: CL 16532162_043.eps
080102

Figure 5-25

By pressing OPEN/CLOSE the user confirms that the disc


motor is running. Pressing STOP indicates the disc motor does
CL 16532162_040.eps not work. Pressing PLAY proceeds to the next test, after a reset
080102
of the disc motor (nucleus BeDiscMotorOff). If the user presses
Figure 5-22 PLAY before pressing OPEN/CLOSE or STOP, the result of
this test will be TRUE (disc motor is running).

By pressing the PLAY key, the Basic Engine tests are started.
5.5.5 Focus Test (Visual Test)

5.5.2 Tray Test


The fourth Basic Engine test tests the focussing. First
focussing is turned on by calling nucleus BeFocusOn.
First, the tray is tested. The purpose of this test is also to give
The display will look as follows:
the user the opportunity to put a disc in the tray of the DVD
player. Some tests on the Basic Engine require that a disc (e.g.
DVD MPTD test disc) is present in the player. At the end of the
Basic Engine tests this tray test will be repeated solely to
enable the user to remove the disc in the tray.
The local display will look as follows:
CL 16532162_044.eps
080102

Figure 5-26

By pressing OPEN/CLOSE the user confirms that the


CL 16532162_041.eps focussing was succesful. Pressing STOP indicates a focussing
080102
failure. Pressing PLAY proceeds to the next test after a reset of
the focussing (nucleus BeFocusOff). If PLAY is pressed before
Figure 5-23
OPEN/CLOSE or STOP, the result of this test will be TRUE
(focus successful).
By pressing OPEN/CLOSE the user can toggle the position of
the tray. Note that this test will not contribute to the test result
5.5.6 Radial Test (Visual & Listening Test)
of the Basic Engine. Pressing PLAY will proceed to the next
test. At this point, the tray will be closed automatically by the
software if it was open. The fifth Basic Engine test tests the radial functionality (nucleus
BeRadialOn).
The local display looks as follows:
5.5.3 Sledge Test (Visual Test)

The second Basic Engine test tests the sledge. The user can
move the sledge as many times as desired by using OPEN/
CLOSE (nucleus BeSledgeOut) and STOP (nucleus
BeSledgeIn). Pressing PLAY on the local keyboard proceeds
to the next test. Note that this test will not contribute to the test CL 16532162_045.eps
080102

result of the Basic Engine.


The local display will look as follows during the sledge test: Figure 5-27

By pressing OPEN/CLOSE the user confirms that the radial


function works.Pressing STOP indicates the function does not
work. Pressing PLAY proceeds to the next test, after a reset of
the radial (nucleus BeRadialOff). If the user presses PLAY
CL 165321625_042.eps before pressing OPEN/CLOSE or STOP, the result of this test
080102
will be TRUE (radial successful).

Figure 5-24
5.5.7 Jump Test (Listening Test)

5.5.4 Disc Motor Test (Visual Test)


The sixth and last Basic Engine test tests the jumping by calling
nuclei BeGroovesIn, BeGroovesMid and BeGroovesOut.
The third Basic Engine test tests the disc motor (nucleus
During this test, the local display looks as follows:
BeDiscMotorOn).
The local display looks as follows:
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CL 16532162_046.eps CL 16532162_048.eps
080102 080102

Figure 5-28 Figure 5-31

The user can switch between the three different types of Only the identification number (decimal) representing set
groove settings by pressing OPEN/CLOSE (forward to next errorbits will be shown. By pressing OPEN/CLOSE or STOP,
nucleus in the list In-Mid-Out), or STOP (backward in the list In- the user can move forward or backward (respectively) through
Mid-Out). This is done in a cyclic manner; note that this test will the logged errorcodes. If the display only shows "EB-0", no
not contribute to the test result of the Basic Engine. Pressing error bits were set. By pressing PLAY the user can continue to
PLAY proceeds to the next test, after the disc motor has been the next test.
shut off with a call to nucleus BeDiscMotorOff.

5.6 Loop Test (See Table Below)


5.5.8 Tray Test

At the start of the loop test, the local display of the DVD player
As a last action for the Basic Engine tests, the tray test is
will show the interactive player test result readout in the
repeated. The local display will look as follows:
following display:

CL 16532162_041.eps
080102 CL 16532162_049.eps
080102

Figure 5-29
Figure 5-32

This test is meant to give the user the opportunity to remove the
The left side of the display contains a 3-digit code, which can
disc in the tray. The tray position can be toggled using the
have a value between 000 and 111. These values indicate the
OPEN/CLOSE key. The tray will be closed (by the software, if
faulty modules and are to be interpreted as follows:
it is open) before proceeding to the next test when the user
presses the PLAY key.
Displayed Indication for each module
5.5.9 Error Log (See Table on Page 25) Value
Basic Engine Mono Display
PCB PCB
Reading the error log and error bits information can be useful 000 ok ok ok
to determine any errors that occurred recently during normal 001 ok ok faulty
operation of the DVD player. Reading the error log is done by 010 ok faulty ok
nucleus LogReadErr. 011 ok faulty faulty
The display during the errorlog readout looks as follows : 100 faulty ok ok
101 faulty ok faulty
110 faulty faulty ok
111 faulty faulty faulty
CL 96532065_031.eps
120799

Figure 5-33
CL 16532162_047.eps
080102

The loop test will perform the same nuclei as the dealer test,
Figure 5-30 but it will loop through the list of nuclei indefinitely. The display
of the DVD player will display not only the three digits indicating
Note: Previous versions of the diagnostic software showed a 8- correct/faulty modules and the last found error code (as
digit error code. mentioned, faults are detected as far as they can be within the
Due to limitations in the number of digits that can be displayed scope of the diagnostic software), but also a loop counter
by some front panel displays, the most significant digits will not indicating how many times the loop has been gone through. If
be shown. This can be done since all the error codes used by an error was detected, the display will remain as in figure 5-34
this player has set these 2 digits to “00” until the user presses the PLAY key and then it will continue to
the next loop.
By pressing OPEN/CLOSE or STOP the user can move Example:
forward or backward (respectively) through the logged error
codes. If "0000" is displayed at all positions, the error log is
empty. Display of the logged errors is done in a cyclic manner.
By pressing PLAY on the local keyboard, the user can proceed
to the next test.
CL 16532162_050.eps
080102
5.5.10 Error Bits
Figure 5-34
Reading the error bits is done by nucleus LogReadBits. The
display during the errorbits readout looks as follows: The 2-digit number (23) on the right of figure 5-32 indicates the
number of times the loop test has been performed.
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After one loop cycle: Display the 3-digit module bits together Error
with the last error code which occured in the loop test. The 4 Number Error name Explanation
digits at the right side of the display (fig. 5-34) show the last
0103 S2B_SLEDGE Sledge could not be moved to
error that was found during the loop test. The leftmost two digits
home position.
(54) of this code indicates which nucleus resulted in a fault. The
rightmost two digits (03) refer to the faultcode within that 0104 S2B_FOCUS Focus failure
nucleus. For further explanation of this error code, refer to 0105 S2B_MOTOR Motor could not reach speed
chapter 5.8 (Nuclei Error Codes). within timeout
0106 S2B_RADIAL Servo didn't get on track after
5.6.1 Errorlog several retries.
0107 S2B_PLL_LO PLL could not lock in Accessing
Explanation: CK or Tracking state
The application errors will be logged in the NVRAM. The 0108 SBC_HEADE Header timeout
maximum number of error bytes that will be visible is 16. The R_TO
first word (4 digits) of the byte is the component identification, 0109 S2B_SBC_NO Requested subcode item could
the last word is the error code. T_FOUND not be found.
The diagnostics software will present a combination of this
010A S2B_TRAY Tray could not be opened or
component identification plus an error code on the local display
closed completely.
(and on the attached terminal). The last reported error is shown
as < 00000000, the oldest visible error as 00000000 > and the 010B S2B_TOC_RE TOC could not be read within
errors in between as < 00000000 >. AD timeout period.
The devices that may report errors are the serial controller 010C S2B_JUMP Requested seek could not be
(UART), the basic engine (BE), the slave processor (SLPH), performed.
the SACD Stream Manager (SSM) and the SACD Media 010D S2B_NON_EX Attempt to access a non-existing
Access (SMA). The identification of these components is as IST_SES session.
follows: 010E S2B_NON_EX Caller tries to acces a non-
Component name Component identification IST_BCA existing BCA area
Serial controller (UART) 000A 010F Speed setting A wrong or inappropraiate speed
value has been set
Engine (BE) 0016
0116 NO_DISC No disc selected
Slave Processor (SLPH) 001A
011A TRAY_INIT After reset, initialized tray
SACD Stream Manager 001C
(SSM) 011B NO TOC INFO No TOC information in lead-in
SACD Media Access (SMA) 002E area or erase TOC found

Diagnostic software (DS) Dxxx 01F0 S2B_OVERR Too many bytes received over
UN S2B Reason: see
The tables in the next chapters list the error code and S2B_ILL_COMMAND error
corresponding problem. The column ‘Explanation’ holds a 01F1 S2B_COMM_ Not enough bytes are received
more elaborate description and the most likely reason for the TO over S2B Reason: see
error. S2B_ILL_COMMAND error
01F2 S2B_PARITY Byte received with parity error.
Some Examples: Reason: see
002E0000 (SMA reported a timeout error) S2B_ILL_COMMAND error
0016010A (Engine could not fully close or open the tray) 01F3 S2B_ILL_PHA CMD IDC is not valid,
D0010001 (Flash checksum failed). SE transmission out of sync.
Reason: see
For further explanation of DS errors, see description of nucleui S2B_ILL_COMMAND error
error codes in paragraph 5.8. 01F4 S2B_ILL_NR_ Byte count has an illegal value.
OF_BYTES Reason: see
UART Error Codes S2B_ILL_COMMAND error
Error Error
Number name Explanation SLPH Error Codes
0000 BUF_OVE To many characters were offered in Error
RFLOW too little time. Reason: system was Number Error name Explanation
too busy doing other jobs. 0000 COMMUNICA Error in I2C communication.
0001 COMMUNI Usually a protocol error. Reason: TION Reason: bad connection
CATION bad connection between engine between slave processor and
and processor. main processor.
0002 TIME OUT
SSM Error Codes
BE Errors Error
Error Code Error name Explanation
Number Error name Explanation 0006 SP_SYNCER System cannot get synchronised
0101 S2B_ILL_CO Parameter(s) not valid for this ROR with sectors coming from disc.
MMAND command. Reason: some Reason: Usually a damaged
communication problem disc or the player was dropped/
between UART and engine. pushed during operation. If not,
the engine is malfunctioning.
0102 S2B_ILL_PAR Command not allowed in this
AM state or unknown. Reason: see 0007 SP_EDCERR Data coming from disc is
S2B_ILL_COMMAND error OR damaged. Reason: see
SP_SYNCERROR
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Error SMA Error Codes


Code Error name Explanation Error
0008 SP_CONTINU Sequence of sectors coming Number Error name Explanation
ITYERROR from disc is incorrect. Reason: 0000 SMA_TIMEO Data coming from disc not in
see SP_SYNCERROR UTERROR time. Reason: damaged disc or
0009 DMX_CONTI Sequence of sectors is incorrect. engine problem.
NUITYERRO Reason: problem with buffer
R RAM
000A LLD_ERROR An illegal audio format was
offered to the decoder. Reason:
unknown audio type on disc or
problem with buffer RAM
000B BCU_ERROR Internal problem in Furore chip

5.6.2 Reprogramming of New Mono Boards.

Caution

This information is confidential and may not be distributed. Only a qualified service person should
reprogram the mono board.

After reset of NV-memory or repair of the mono board, all the customer settings and also the region code
will be lost.
Reprogramming of the mono board will put the player back in the state in which it has left the factory,
i.e. with the default settings and the allowed region code.
Reprogramming is limited to 25 times
When the counter reaches 25, reprogramming is not possible anymore
Reprogramming will be done by way of the remote control.
Put the player in stop mode, no disc loaded.
Press the following keys on the remote control:
<PLAY> followed by numerical keys <1> <5> <9>
The display shows: “- - - - - - - - - - -”
Press now successively the following keys :

for DVD763SA /001 /021 /051 : <2><2><2> <0><0><8><0><0>

Press <PLAY> again.


The TV screen will become BLUE during a short time to confirm that the mono board has been
reprogrammed.
CL 26532053_056.eps
150502

Figure 5-35 Reprogamming code


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5.6.3 Trade Mode

When the player is in Trade Mode, the player cannot be


controlled by means of the front key buttons, but only by means
of the remote control.

TO ACTIVATE TRADE MODE TO DEACTIVATE TRADE MODE

POWER ON POWER ON

DURING STOP MODE AND W/O DISC. DURING STOP MODE AND W/O DISC.
PRESS REMOTE KEYS COMBINATION PRESS REMOTE KEYS COMBINATION
<PLAY> <259> <PLAY> <PLAY> <259> <PLAY>

PLAYER IS IN TRADE MODE WHEN PLAYER IS IN NORMAL MODE WHEN


PRESSING FRONT KEYS, PRESSING FRONT KEYS,
THE PLAYER DOESN'T RESPOND THE PLAYER WILL RESPOND

CL16532162_052.eps
0850102

Figure 5-36 Activation


Switch the player on and the following text will appear on the
screen of the terminal (program):
Note: To activate and deactivate the Trade Mode with the disc
in the player, the procedure is similar to above, except that the DVDv4 Diagnostic Software version 5.03

remote control keys combination is pressed at the instant when (M)enu, (C)ommand or (S)2B interface ? [M]:@ m <enter>
the local display is flashing “READING” SDRAM Interconnection test passed
Basic SDRAM test passed
Slave Processor: SLAVE2

5.7 Menu and Command Mode Interface DD:> CL 26532053_057.eps


150502

5.7.1 Layout of Results Diagnostic Nuclei


Figure 5-37

Results returned from a Diagnostic Nucleus will be displayed in


The first line indicates that the Diagnostic software has been
the following layout:
activated and contains the version number. The second line
< number >< string > [ok | ER]
lets the user choose the interface format. Enter ‘C’ to select
Command Mode and the next three lines are the successful
< number >: is a 4-digit decimal number padded with leading
result of the two subsequent basic tests (nuclei 2, ,4 and the
zeros if its value is less than 4 digits. The first 2 digits identify
detection of the display type used by the panel respectively).
the generating nucleus (or group of nuclei) while the latter 2
If not all these messages appear on the terminal screen, then
digits indicate the error number.
the related nucleus found an error. The last line is the prompt
("DD>"). The diagnostic software is now ready to receive
< string >: is a text string containing information about the result
commands.
of the Diagnostic Nucleus.

< number > and < string > are defined in [SSD_DN] in the Command Overview of Nuclei
output sections of each Nucleus. The following table gives an overview of all available nuclei.
The first column contains an identification number, the second
Examples: contains the name of a nucleus and the last column indicate the
1. 0001Unknown command ER @ description of the nucleus.
2. 3100OK @
3. 0901Data line X is not connected to the DRAM ER@ Note: User confirmation is necessary during front panel tests

5.7.2 Command Mode Interface

Set-up Physical Interface Components


Hardware required:
• Service PC
• one free COM port on the Service PC
• special cable to connect DVD player to Service PC
The service PC must have a terminal emulation program (e.g.
OS2 WarpTerminal or Procomm) installed and must have a
free COM port (e.g. COM1). Activate the terminal emulation
program and check that the port settings for the free COM port
are: 19200 bps, 8 data bits, no parity, 1 stop bit and no flow
control. The free COM port must be connected via a special
cable to the RS232 port of the DVD player. This special cable
will also connect the test pin, which is available on the
connector, to ground (i.e. activate test pin).
Code number of PC interface cable: 3122 785 90017
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Table 5-1 Basic diagnostic nuclei Ref. # Reference Name Remark


68a DAC_AudioPreMuteOn Enable Audio Pre-mute
Ref. # Reference Name Remark pin
1 BasicSpAcc Serial port Access test/ 68b DAC_AudioPreMuteOff Disable Audio Pre-mute
initialization pin
2a BasicInterconDram Data and address bus 69a DAC_CenterOn Enable Center on pin
Interconnection (only for
69b DAC_CenterOff Disable Center on pin
development)
79 DAC_Reset Resets DAC
2b BasicInterconSdram Data and address bus
80a DAC_ModeCDDA Sets DAC to CDDA
interconnection
mode
3 BasicDramWrR DRAM Write Read (only for
80b DAC_ModeDVD48 Sets DAC to DVD mode
development)
(48kHz)
4 BasicSdramWrR SDRAM Write Read
80c DAC_ModeDVD96 Sets DAC to DVD mode
(96kHz)
Table 5-2 Processor and peripherals 80d DAC_ModeDSD Sets DAC to DSD mode
81a DAC_LowPowerStandby Enable Low Power
Ref. # Reference Name Remark On Standby
6 PapChksFl Checksum FLASH 81b DAC_LowPowerStandby Disable Low Power
7a PapUclkAclkCdda uClock A_CLK in CD-DA Off Standby
mode 82a DAC_UpsamplingFreq19 Sets Upsampling fre-
7b PapUclkAclkDvd uClock A_CLK in DVD mode 2k quency to 192kHz
7c PapUclkAclkDvd96 uClock A_CLK in DVD 82b DAC_UpsamplingFreq96 Sets Upsampling fre-
(96kHz) mode k quency to 96kHz
10 PapFlashWrAcc FLASH Write Access (only for 82c DAC_UpsamplingOn Enable upsampling
development) 82d DAC_UpsamplingOff Disable upsampling
11 PapI2cNvram I2C NVRAM access
12 PapI2cDisp I2C Display PWB
13 PapS2bEcho S2B Echo
14 PapS2bPass S2B Pass-through
15 PapNvramWrR NVRAM Write Read
62 PapChksSum Show checksums stored in
flash

Table 5-3 Components

Ref. # Reference Name Remark


16 CompSdramWrR SDRAM Write Read

Table 5-4 Audio

Ref. # Reference Name Remark


19a AudioMuteOn Audio Mute On
19b AudioMuteOff Audio Mute Off
20a AudioPinkNoiseOn Audio Pinknoise On
20b AudioPinkNoiseOff Audio Pinknoise (or beep
tone) Off
20c AudioBeepToneOn Audio Beep Tone On
21a AudioSineOn Audio Sine signal On/Off
21b AudioSineBurst Audio Sine signal Burst
56a AudioLfePortHigh Set the LFE_SEL port to
HIGH
56b AudioLfePortLow Set the LFE_SEL port to
LOW
65 DAC_I2C Resets DAC and check
I2C communication with
DAC
66a DAC_I2CEnable Enable I2C communica-
tion to AV board
66b DAC_I2CDisable Disable I2C communica-
tion to AV board
67a DAC_ClockInternal Uses internal clock from
monoboard for DAC
(256fs)
67b DAC_ClockExternal Uses external clock for
DAC (384fs)
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Table 5-5 Video Ref. # Reference Name Remark


46 MiscApplVer Read version of
Ref. # Reference Name Remark application software
17a VidPortOutAA Output the value 0XAA at 47a MiscTrayOpenNr Read the number of
the Digital Video Interfac times the tray opened
e Port
47b MiscPowerOnTime Read the total time the
17b VidPortOut55 Output the value 0X55 at player's power has been
the Digital Video Interfac on
e Port 47c MiscPlayTimeCddaVcd Read the Playtime of
23a VideoColDencOnPAL Colourbar (PAL) DENC CDDA and VCD discs
On
47d MiscPlayTimeDvd Read the Playtime of
23b VideoColDencOff Colourbar DENC Off DVD discs
23c VideoColDencOnNTSC Colourbar (NTSC) DENC
On
24a VideoProgMPEGon Progressive -
DigitalVideo Colour Bar
ON
24b VideoYuvMPEGon Enhanced YUV-
DigitalVideo Colour Bar
25a VideoScartLo Scart Low
25b VideoScartMi Scart Medium
25c VideoScartHi Scart High
54 VideoScartSwComm Scart Switch
communication
55a VideoScartSwDvd Scart Switch Dvd
55b VideoScartSwPass Scart Switch Pass-
through
57a VideoScartPinLo PIO-pins as used in 2A
for Scart-switching
57b VideoScartPinMi PIO-pins as used in 2A
for Scart-switching
57c VideoScartPinHi PIO-pins as used in 2A
for Scart-switching
61a VideoColOutRGB Output RGB from
(ST5508) ST5508
61b VideoColOutYUV Output YUV from
(ST5508) ST5508

Table 5-6 Display (slave processor)

Ref. # Reference Name Remark


26 DispVer Version number
27 DispKeyb Keyboard
28 DispRc Remote Control
29 DispLed LEDs
30a DispDisplay VFT Display test
30b DispLCDisplay LCD Display test
30c DispLCDBkLight LCD Backlight test
60 DispP50 P50 loopback test

Table 5-7 Log (Error logging in Nvram)

Ref. # Reference Name Remark


31 LogReadErr Read last Errors
32 LogReadBits Read errors Bits
33 LogReset Reset

Table 5-8 Miscellaneous

Ref. # Reference Name Remark


34 MiscReadConfig Read Configuration area
from NVRAM
35 MiscNvramReset NVRAM Reset
36 MiscNvramMod Modify NVRAM contents
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Table 5-9 Basic engine


DVDv4 Diagnostic Software version 5.03
Ref. # Reference Name Remark
37 BeVer Version number (M)enu, (C)ommand or (S)2B interface ? [M]:@ <enter>
38a BeFocusOn Focus On SDRAM Interconnection test passed
Basic SDRAM test passed
38b BeFocusOff Focus Off Slave Processor: SLAVE2
39a BeDiscmotorOn Discmotor On
39b BeDiscmotorOff Discmotor Off
Press ENTER to go to main menu
40a BeRadialOn Radial control On CC: > <enter>
40b BeRadialOff Radial control Off
MAIN MENU
41a BeSledgeIn Sledge Inwards
41b BeSledgeOut Sledge Outwards 1. Audio ...
2. Video ...
42a BeGroovesIn jump Grooves to Inside 3. Front Panel ...
42b BeGroovesMid jump Grooves to Middle 4. Basic Engine ...
5. Processor Peripherals ...
42c BeGroovesOut jump Grooves to Outside 6. Error Log ...
43a BeTrayIn Tray In 7. Miscellaneous ...
43b BeTrayOut Tray Out Select > CL 26532053_058.eps
44 BeReset Reset Basic Engine 150502

58a LaserCdOn CD Laser on


58b LaserCdOff CD Laser off Figure 5-38 Screen menu
58c LaserDvdOn DVD Laser on
58d LaserDvdOff DVD Laser off The first line indicates that the Diagnostic software has been
activated and contains the version number. The next lines are
70 BedReadFlashID Read flash memory manufac-
the successful result of the SDRAM interconnection test and
turer and device ID
the basic SDRAM test. The last line allows the user to choose
71 BedCalcRomChk- Calculate ROM checksum between the four possible interface forms. If pressing M has
sum made a choice for Menu Interface, the Main Menu will appear.
72 BedScratchTest Test scratch detection circuit
Layout of Menu and Submenu
Table 5-10 Furore IC The following menu layout will appear after starting up the DVD
player in menu mode. The symbol “- - -”” indicates that the
current menu choice will invoke the display of a submenu. The
Ref. # Reference Name Remark
number between [ ] idicates the nucleus number. These
62 Furore_SdramWrR Furore SDRAM Write Read numbers will not be shown on the screen.
test
63 Furore_SdramWrR Furore SDRAM interconnec- Menus
Fast tion test
64 Furore_Id Furore version ID check MAIN MENU
83 Furore_Reset Furore reset 1 Audio...
84a Furore_High Sets Furore output pins 2 Video...
DSD_PCM0-9 to high 3 Front Panel...
84b Furore_Low Sets Furore output pins 4 Basic Engine...
DSD_PCM0-9 to low 5 Processor Peripherals...
6 Error Log...
7 Furore...
Table 5-11 Karaoke (not available) 8 Miscellaneous...

Ref. # Reference Name Remark First Level Submenus


48a KaraokeModeOff Switch Karaoke mode off
48b KaraokeModeOn Switch Karaoke mode on MAIN > AUDIO MENU
49 KaraokeMicInput Check path from the 1 Mute...
microphone input to audio 2 Pink Noise...
output 3 Sine Wave...
4 Digital Ports...
50a KaraokeKeyOn Set Karaoke Key to the
5 Ext. DAC Board...
maximum level (1200 cent)
50b KaraokeKeyOff Set Karaoke Key to flat octave
MAIN > VIDEO MENU
(0 cent)
1 Colourbar...
51a KaraokeEchoOn Set Echo Control fuction on 2 Scart...
51b KaraokeEchoOff Set Echo Control function off 3 Digital Port...

5.7.3 Menu Mode Interface MAIN > FRONT PANEL MENU


1 Slave Processor...
2 VFT Display [30a]
Activation
3 LCD Display [30b]
Switch the player on and the following text will appear on the
4 LCD BkLight [30c]
screen of the terminal (program):
5 Keyboard [27]
6 LEDs [29]
7 Remote Control [28]
8 P50 Check [60]
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MAIN > BASIC ENGINE MENU 6 Scart Pin 8 Hi(9.5 to 12)V [25c]
1 Reset [44]
2 Version [37] MAIN > VIDEO > DIGITAL PORT MENU
3 S2B... 1 Video Port Out 0xAA [17a]
4 Loader Mechanism... 2 Video Port Out 0x55 [17b]
5 Special Diagnostics...
MAIN > FRONT PANEL > SLAVE PROCESSOR MENU
MAIN > PROCESSOR PERIPHERALS MENU 1 Bus Comms Check [12]
1 Clock... 2 S/W Version [26]
2 Flash...
3 NVRAM...
MAIN > BASIC ENGINE > S2B MENU
4 SDRAM Write/Read [16]
1 S2B Echo [13]
2 S2B Pass-Through [14]
MAIN > ERROR LOG MENU
1 Read Last Errors [31]
MAIN > BASIC ENGINE > MECHANISM MENU
2 Read Error Bits [32]
1 Disc Motor...
3 Reset Error Log [33]
2 Laser...
3 Tray...
MAIN > FURORE MENU 4 Focus...
1 SDRAM Write/Read [63] 5 Radial...
2 SDRAM Write/Read [64] 6 Sledge...
3 Chip Revision ID [65] 7 Grooves...
3 Set Output High [84a]
3 Set Output Low [84b]
MAIN > BASIC ENGINE > SPECIAL DIAGNOSTICS MENU
3 Reset [83]
1 Read FlashID [70]
2 ROM Checksum [71]
MAIN > MISCELLANEOUS MENU 3 Scratch Detector Test [72]
1 Statistics Info...
2 Read DVD Application version[46]
MAIN > PROCESSOR PERIPHERALS > PCM CLOCK MENU
1 PCM_CLK In CDDA Mode (11.3MHz) [8a]
Second Level Submenus 2 PCM_CLK In DVD Mode (12.3MHz) [8b]
3 PCM_CLK In DVD96kHz Mode (24.6MHz) [8c]
MAIN > AUDIO > MUTE MENU
1 Mute On [19a] MAIN > PROCESSOR PERIPHERALS > FLASH MENU
2 Mute Off [19b] 1 Verify FLASH Checksum [6]
2 Show FLASH Checksum [62]
MAIN > AUDIO > PINK NOISE MENU
1 Pink Noise On [20a] MAIN > PROCESSOR PERIPHERALS > NVRAM MENU
2 Pink Noise / Beep Tone Off [20b] 1 I2C NVRAM Acces [11]
3 Beep Tone On [20c] 2 NVRAM Config [34]
3 NVRAM Reset [35]
MAIN > AUDIO > SINE WAVE MENU 4 NVRAM Modify [36]
1 Audio Sine On [21a] 5 NVRAM Read/Wr Test [15]
2 Audio Burst On [21b]
MAIN > MISCELLANEOUS > STATISTICS INFO MENU
MAIN > AUDIO > DIGITAL PORTS MENU 1Total Nr Of Times Tray Open[47a]
1 LFE_SEL High [56a] 2 Total Time Power On [47b]
2 LFE_SEL Low [56b] 3 Total Play-Time CDDA & VCD [47c]
4 Total Play-Time DVD [47d]
MAIN > AUDIO > EXT DAC BOARD MENU
1. DAC Reset [79] Third Level Submenus
2. I2C Test...
3. Clock... MAIN > AUDIO > EXT DAC BOARD > I2C TEST MENU
4. Audio... 1. I2C Test [66a]
5. Low Power Standby... 2. I2C Enable Pin On [66b]
6. DAC Mode... 3. I2C Enable Pin Off [66c]

MAIN > VIDEO > COLOURBAR MENU MAIN > AUDIO > EXT DAC BOARD > CLOCK MENU
1 Colourbar DENC On (PAL) [23a] 1. Clock Internal [67a]
2 Colourbar DENC On (NTSC) [23c] 2. Clock External [67b]
3 Colourbar DENC/MPEG Off [23b] 3. Clock Upsampling 192k (963 only) [82a]
4 ProgressiveScan MPEG On [24a] 4. Clock Upsampling 96k (963 only) [82b]
5 Enhanced YUV MPEG On [24b] 5. Clock Upsampling On (963 only) [82c]
6 Set Video Out To RGB [61a] 6. Clock Upsampling Off (963 only) [82d]
7 Set Video Out To YUV [61b]
MAIN > AUDIO > EXT DAC BOARD > AUDIO
MAIN > VIDEO > SCART MENU 1. Audio Pre-Mute On [68a]
1 I2C Scart IC Check [54] 2. Audio Pre-Mute Off [68b]
2 Scart To DVD [55a] 3. Audio Center On [69a]
3 Scart Pass Through [55b] 4. Audio Center Off [69b]
4 Scart Pin 8 Low (0 to 2)V [25a]
5 Scart Pin 8 Mid (4.5 to 7)V [25b]
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MAIN > AUDIO > EXT DAC BOARD > LOW POWER Error
STANDBY code Error text
1. Low Power Standby On [81a] 8022 "DAC mode DVD48 I2C connection failed"
2. Low Power Standby Off [81b] 8040 "Test successful"
8041 "DAC mode DVD96 I2C bus busy before start"
MAIN > AUDIO > EXT DAC BOARD > DAC MODE MENU 8042 "DAC mode DVD96 I2C connection failed"
1. DAC CDDA Mode [80a]
8060 "Test successful"
2. DAC DVD48 Mode [80b]
8061 "DAC mode DSD I2C bus busy before start"
3. DAC DVD96 Mode [80c]
4. DAC DSD Mode [80d 8062 "DAC mode DSD I2C connection failed"
8100 "Test successful"
MAIN > BASIC ENGINE > MECHANISM > DISC MOTOR 8101 "Low Power Standby On I2C bus busy"
MENU 8102 "Low Power Standby On I2C connection failed"
1 Disc Motor On [39a] 8120 "Test successful"
2 Disc Motor Off [39b] 8121 "Low Power Standby Off I2C bus busy"
8122 "Low Power Standby Off I2C connection failed"
MAIN > BASIC ENGINE > MECHANISM > LASER MENU 8200 "Test successful"
1 CD Laser On [58a] 8201 "DAC Upsample 192k I2C bus busy"
2 CD Laser Off [58b] 8202 "DAC Upsample 192k I2C connection failed"
3 DVD Laser On [58c] 8220 "Test successful"
4 DVD Laser Off [58d] 8221 "DAC Upsample 96k I2C bus busy"
8222 "DAC Upsample 96k I2C connection failed"
MAIN > BASIC ENGINE > MECHANISM > TRAY MENU 8200 "Test successful"
1 Tray Open [43b]
8201 "DAC UpSample On bus busy"
2 Tray Close [43a]
8202 "DAC UpSample On I2C connection failed"
8200 "Test successful"
MAIN > BASIC ENGINE > MECHANISM > FOCUS MENU
8201 "DAC UpSample Off bus busy"
1 Focus On [38a] (load DVD first)
2 Focus Off [38b] 8202 "DAC UpSample Off I2C connection failed"

MAIN > BASIC ENGINE > MECHANISM > RADIAL MENU


1 Radial Control On [40a] (load DVD first)
2 Radial Control Off [40b]

MAIN > BASIC ENGINE > MECHANISM > SLEDGE MENU


1 Sledge Inwards [41a]
2 Sledge Outwards [41b]

MAIN > BASIC ENGINE > MECHANISM > GROOVES (Uses


DVD) MENU
1 Jump To Inside Grooves [42a]
2 Jump To Middle Grooves [42b]
3 Jump To Outside Grooves [42c]

5.8 Nuclei Error Codes

In the following tables the error description of the error codes


will be described.

5.8.1 Audio Nuclei

Error
code Error text
1880 Test successful
1800 Test successful
1900 Test successful
1920 Test successful
2000 Test successful
2020 Test successful
2100 Test successful
5600 Test successful
5620 Test successful
7900 "Checksums = 0xA1, 0xB1, 0xC1, 0xD1"
7901 "DAC I2C bus busy"
7902 "DAC I2C expander "
8000 "Test successful"
8001 "DAC mode CDDA I2C bus busy before start"
8002 "DAC mode CDDA I2C connection failed"
8020 "Test successful"
8021 "DAC mode DVD48 I2C bus busy before start"
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5.8.2 Basic Engine Nuclei Error


code Error text
Error 4242 “Unexpected response from Basic Engine”
code Error text 4243 “Communication time-out error”
3900 Test successful 4244 “Basic Engine returned error number 0xXX”
3901 “Parity error from Basic Engine to Serial” 4245 “Sledge could not be moved to home
3902 “Unexpected response from Basic Engine” position”
3903 “Communication time-out error” 4246 “Focus loop could not be closed”
3904 “Basic Engine returned error number 0xXX” 4247 “Motor not on speed within time-out”
3921 “Parity error from Basic Engine to Serial” 4248 “Radial loop could not be closed”
3922 “Unexpected response from Basic Engine” 4249 “PLL could not lock in accessing or tracking
state”
3923 “Communication time-out error”
4250 “Subcode or sector information could not be
3924 “Basic Engine returned error number 0xXX”
read”
4251 “Requested subcode item could not be
3800 Test successful
found”
3801 “Parity error from Basic Engine to Serial”
4252 “TOC could not be read in time”
3802 “Unexpected response from Basic Engine”
4253 “Seek could not be performed”
3803 “Communication time-out error”
3804 “Basic Engine returned error number 0xXX”
4000 Test successful
3805 “Focus loop could not be closed”
4001 “Parity error from Basic Engine to Serial”
3820 Test successful
4002 “Unexpected response from Basic Engine”
3821 “Parity error from Basic Engine to Serial”
4003 “Communication time-out error”
3822 “Unexpected response from Basic Engine”
4004 “Basic Engine returned error number 0xXX”
3823 “Communication time-out error”
4005 “Radial loop could not be closed”
3824 “Basic Engine returned error number 0xXX”
4020 Test successful
4021 “Parity error from Basic Engine to Serial”
4200 Test successful
4022 “Unexpected response from Basic Engine”
4201 “Parity error from Basic Engine to Serial”
4023 “Communication time-out error”
4202 “Unexpected response from Basic Engine”
4024 “Basic Engine returned error number 0xXX”
4203 “Communication time-out error”
4204 “Basic Engine returned error number 0xXX” 4400 Test successful
4205 “Sledge could not be moved to home 4401 Test successful
position”
4206 “Focus loop could not be closed”
4100 Test successful
4207 “Motor not on speed within time-out”
4101 “Parity error from Basic Engine to Serial”
4208 “Radial loop could not be closed”
4102 “Unexpected response from Basic Engine”
4209 “PLL could not lock in accessing or tracking
4103 “Communication time-out error”
state”
4104 “Basic Engine returned error number XX”
4210 “Subcode or sector information could not be
read” 4120 Test successful
4211 “Requested subcode item could not be 4121 “Parity error from Basic Engine to Serial”
found” 4122 “Unexpected response from Basic Engine”
4212 “TOC could not be read in time” 4123 “Communication time-out error”
4213 “Seek could not be performed” 4124 “Basic Engine returned error number XX”
4220 Test successful
4221 “Parity error from Basic Engine to Serial” 4300 Test successful
4222 “Unexpected response from Basic Engine” 4301 “Parity error from Basic Engine to Serial”
4223 “Communication time-out error” 4302 “Unexpected response from Basic Engine”
4224 “Basic Engine returned error number 0xXX” 4303 “Communication time-out error”
4225 “Sledge could not be moved to home 4304 “Basic Engine returned error number 0xXX”
position” 4320 Test successful
4226 “Focus loop could not be closed” 4321 “Parity error from Basic Engine to Serial”
4227 “Motor not on speed within time-out” 4322 “Unexpected response from Basic Engine”
4228 “Radial loop could not be closed” 4323 “Communication time-out error”
4229 “PLL could not lock in accessing or tracking 4324 “Basic Engine returned error number 0xXX”
state”
4230 “Subcode or sector information could not be 3700 “Version: X.Y.Z”
read”
3701 “Parity error from Basic Engine to Serial”
4231 “Requested subcode item could not be
3702 “Unexpected response from Basic Engine”
found”
3703 “Communication time-out error”
4232 “TOC could not be read in time”
3704 “Basic Engine returned error number 0xXX”
4233 “Seek could not be performed”
4240 Test successful
5800 Test successful
4241 “Parity error from Basic Engine to Serial”
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Error Error
code Error text code Error text
5820 Test successful
5840 Test successful 2600 “The ROM version of the slave processor =
5860 Test successful 0xXX, and the internal ID = 0xYY”
5801 "Unexpected response from Basic Engine" 2601 “I2c bus busy”
7000 "Manuf. ID: <XX>" "Device ID: <YY>" 2602 “I2c bus not working“
7001 "Comm Test Failed"
7002 "Load Cmd Failed" 6000 P50 test
7003 "Load Dat Failed" 6001 “No readback on P50”
7004 "Run Cmd Failed" 6002 “Disp not responding “
7100 "ROM Checksum: XXXX" 6003 “P50 readback error”
7101 "Comm Test Failed"
7102 "Load Cmd Failed" 5.8.4 Processor & Peripherals Nuclei

7103 "Load Dat Failed"


7104 "Run Cmd Failed" Error
7201 "Comm Test Failed" code Error text

7200 "Test successful" 700 Test successful

7202 "Load Cmd Failed" 720 Test successful

7203 "Load Dat Failed" 740 Test successful

7204 "Run Cmd Failed"


7205 "Scratch circuit not OK" 600 "All checksums are correct"
601 “Following checksum is faulty: BootCode1
Checksum is 0xY2 and is not correct (must be
5.8.3 Display PWB Nuclei
0xZ2)”
601 “This test is not available when stand-alone
Error compiled”
code Error text
3000 “Test successful”
6200 "Checksums = 0xA1, 0xB1, 0xC1, 0xD1"
3001 “Disp not responding”
6201 “This test is not available when stand-alone
3002 “Disp key no response” compiled”
3003 “One or more patterns not correct”
3004 “Disp type invalid” 1000 Test successful
3020 “Test successful” 1001 Test successful
3021 “Disp not responding” 1020 Test successful
3022 “Disp key no response” 1021 Test successful
3023 “One or more patterns not correct”
3040 “Test successful” 1100 Test successful
3041 “Disp not responding” 1104 “NVRAM reply time-out”
3042 “Disp key no response”
3043 “One or more patterns not correct” 1200 Test successful
1202 “Slave bus not working”
2700 “Model name in wich the test is running” 1203 “Slave controller not responding”
2701 “Disp key no response” 1204 “Slave response is not correct”
2702 “Disp not responding” 5900 Test successful
2707 “Stop key not pressed” 5901 “I2c bus busy”
2708 “Pause key not pressed” 5902 “I2c bus not working“
2709 “Play key not pressed” 5904 “DTS chip response not correct”
2710 “Open/close key not pressed”
2713 “Previous key not pressed” 1300 Test successful
2714 “Next key not pressed” 1301 “Parity error from basic engine to serial”
2715 “More than one key not pressed” 1302 “Parity error from serial to basic engine”
2716 " Audio key not pressed" 1303 “No communication between serial and basic
engine”
2900 “Test successful” 1304 “Communication time-out error”
2901 “Slave not responding”
2902 “Slave keyboard not responding” 1600 Test successful
2903 “Standby led not working” 1601 “The DVD SDRAM is faulty”

2800 “Test successful”


2801 “Slave display controller not responding”
2802 “Slave keyboard not responding”
2803 “No key press received from remote control”
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5.8.5 Log Nuclei Error


code Error text
Error 5301 “I2c bus busy”
code Error text 5302 “I2c bus not working“
3100 "Show error log" 5320 Test successful
3101 "Error log is invalid" 5321 “I2c bus busy”
3102 "Error log could not be read from NVRAM" 5322 “I2c bus not working“
3103 "I2C bus busy before start"
4700 “Number of times Tray went Open : XX”
3200 "Show error bit" 4701 The total number of times tray went open
3201 "Error log is invalid" could not be read from NVRAM.
3202 "I2C bus busy before start" 4702 I2C bus busy before start
3203 "Error log could not be read from NVRAM" 4720 “Total Power On time (minutes) : XX”
4721 The total power-on time could not be read
from NVRAM.
3300 "Error log is cleared"
4722 I2C bus busy before start
3301 "Error log could not be cleared"
4740 “Total CDDA & VCD disks Play-time
3302 "I2C bus busy before start"
(minutes) : XX”
5.8.6 Miscellaneous Nuclei 4741 The playtime of CDDA & VCD disks could not
be read from NVRAM.
4742 I2C bus busy before start
Error
code Error text 4760 “Total DVD disks Play-time (minutes) : XX”

3400 Test successful 4761 The playtime of DVD disks could not be read
from NVRAM.
3401 “The configuration data could not be read
from NVRAM” 4762 I2C bus busy before start

3402 “I2C bus busy before start”


4600 “Version of Application Software : XX”

3500 “NVRAM is cleared” 4601 “The application version could not be read
from NVRAM.”
3501 “The NVRAM could not be reset.”
4602 “I2C bus busy before start”
3502 “I2C bus busy before start”

5.8.7 Video Nuclei


3600 “NVRAM contents updated.”
“NVRAM contents and configuration
Error
checksum updated.”
code Error text
3601 “NVRAM contents could not be updated.”
2300 Test successful
3602 “I2C bus busy before start”
2320 Test successful
3603 “NVRAM contents could not be read”
2340 Test successful
3604 “NVRAM not accessible.”
2400 Test successful
3605 “NVRAM checksum could not be updated.”
2401 “I2c bus busy”
2421 “I2c bus busy”
1500 Test successful
2441 “I2c bus busy”
1502 “NVRAM access time-out”
2500 Test successful
1504 “NVRAM fails”
2501 “I2c bus busy”
2502 “I2c bus not working“
5400 Test successful
2520 Test successful
5401 “I2c bus busy”
2521 “I2c bus busy”
5402 “I2c bus not working“
2522 “I2c bus not working“
5403 “Scart switch controller not responding”
2540 Test successful
5404 “Scart switch controller response not correct”
2541 “I2c bus busy”
2542 “I2c bus not working“
5500 Test successful
6100 Test successful
5501 “I2c bus busy”
6100 Test successful
5502 “I2c bus not working“
5.8.8 Furore Nuclei
5520 Test successful
5521 “I2c bus busy”
Error
5522 “I2c bus not working“ code Error text
5523 “Scart switch controller not responding” 8300 "Test successful"
8301 "Invalid Version ID read. "
5200 Test successful 8400 "Test successful"
5201 “I2c bus busy” 8420 "Test successful"
5202 “I2c bus not working“
5300 Test successful
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5.9 Test Instruction Front Display and Audio/ 5.9.3 Audio DAC And Amplifier
Video Board
Ensure that the Audio mute signal is OFF
These test instruction is designed specifically for SACD 2002 To check the DAC and buffer amplifier,send the following
commands.
single disc models which has the following outputs:
• 6 Channel Audio output Ref.# Command Name Remarks Audio output
• Coaxial / Optical digital output 21a AudioSineOn Audio Sine Sine,1Khz on
• CVBS signal ON stereo
• Component output YUV
---- Press stop button Audio Sine No waveform
• SVHS
signal OFF
• Double SCART output
• Front Display 20a AudioPinkNoiseOn Audio Pink Noise on
Pinknoise ON 6 channels

5.9.1 General 20b AudioPinkNoiseOff Audio No waveform


Pinknoise OFF

• All the waveforms measurement carried out in these test


The audio signal ( sine or pink noise ) will also be present on
instruction will be base on the testpoint indicated in the
the digital output ( SPDIF ).This can be checked by connecting
A/V Board and Front Display schematic diagram in the
digital signal to an amplifier with digital input.
Service manual.
Check the I2S and audio signal at the following testpoints:
• Impedance of the measuring-equipment should be > 1MΩ
• Most of the tests can be done using either the Diagnostic Name Testpoint
software “ Player script” which can be found in the chapter PCM_LRCLK I115
“Diagnostic Software description and troubleshooting” or PCM_SCLK I116
the Menu interface using the Service PC with a terminal
PCM_CLK I117
emulation program ( e.g. Window Hyperterminal ) where it
is possible to control the execution of the Diagnostic Nuclei SDT1 I114
• Setup for the measurement will be done in set level with all SDT2 I112
modules connected as shown in the Wiring Block diagram. SDT3 I110
DIG_OUT I499
5.9.2 General Start-Up Measurement STEREO L/R OUT I330 / I333
FRONT L/R OUT I336 / I339
Supply Check:
SURROUND L/R OUT I348 / I351
Before starting the measurement,ensure that all power supply
are connected to the A/V and Front Display board via CENTRE OUT I345
conn.1420 and 1127 respectively. SUB WOOFER L/R OUT I342

Pin nr. A/V Board Front Display


All waveforms can be refered to the A/V board schematic
Voltage Conn. 1420 Conn. 1127 diagram.
1 +3V3_Power -
2 +3V3_Power - 5.9.4 Video Output And Buffer Amplifier
3 GND -
4 +12V_Power - Check DC output-level at all video cinch output : 1.0V DC ±
5 +12VSTBY - 10%
Generate a color bar using the following software commands:
6 GND +5VSTBY
7 +5VSTBY +12V_Power Ref.# Command Name Remarks

8 GND -32V_Power 23a VideoColDencOn Colour DENC ON

9 -12V_Power - 23b VideoColDencOff Colourbar DENC OFF

10 GND -
Check the video outputs at the following testpoints:
11 -32V_Power -
Name Testpoint
12 -
GREEN_Y I502
Clock Check BLUE_U I491
Ensure the present of the clock to the DAC and the slave µP. RED_V I494
Clock Name Testpoint Frequency CVBS out_Mono I480
PCM_CLK I117 11.2896MHz ± 0.02% tolerance C_Mono I483
XOUT S1 8MHz ± 0.2% tolerance Y_Mono I482

Audio Mute Check ll waveforms can be refered to the A/V board schematic
Measure the Audio mute voltage input at pin 22 of connector diagram.
1421
Status Value 5.9.5 Play and 16/9 Detection

AudioMuteOn HIGH (>3V)


Check DC voltage at S-VIDEO-CHROMA output (pin 4) with a
AudioMuteOff LOW (<3V)
6k8 ohm load and SCART connector 1403 (pin 16) and change
the SCART0 and SCART1 input using the following
To toggle between ON and OFF,use the following commands:
commands:
Command
Ref.# Command Name Remarks
Ref.# Name Remarks
25a VideoScartLo Sends out 0V ± 0.5V
19a AudioMuteOn Audio Mute On
25b VideoScartMi Sends out 6V ± 10%
19b AudioMuteOff Audio Mute Off
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Ref.# Command Name Remarks

25c VideoScartHi Sends out 12V ± 10%

5.9.6 Kill Circuit

To check the functionality of the Kill circuitry,the audio outputs


has to be present by the following command:
Command
Ref.# Name Remarks Audio output
21a AudioSineOn Audio Sinewave ON 1kHz tone

Check the audio outputs at the audio cinch of the A/V and
SCART board: 1kHz tone.

Activate the Kill circuit by using the following command:


Ref.# Command Name Remarks
19a AudioMuteOn Audio Mute On

Check the audio outputs at the audio L/R cinch and SCART of
the A/V and SCART board respectively:
No waveform
Switch off the kill circuit by using the following command:
Ref.# Command Name Remarks
19b AudioMuteOff Audio Mute Off

Check the audio outputs at the audio L/R cinch and SCART of
the A/V and SCART board: 1kHz tone

5.9.7 Digital Silence

Digital silence is a signal from the audio DAC, MFL, when there
is no input to the audio DAC, or when the player is in STOP/
PAUSE mode, or during disc changing track.

To check the MFL signal, use the following command and


check the voltage level at pin 41 of 7200:
Command
Ref.# Name Remarks KILL_LR signal
21a AudioSineOn Audio Sinewave LOW (<0.3V)
ON
--- Press STOP Audio Sine HIGH (>4.5V)
button signal OFF

5.9.8 Front Display

To check the segment display of the FTD, the following


command can be used. And for full detail description of the test,
refer to the chapter of “Diagnostic Software Player Script”
which can be found in chapter “Diagnostic Software
Description and Troubleshooting”
Ref.# Command Name Remarks
30a DispDisplay Turn ON local display

5.9.9 IR Receiver

Check at pin 22 of 7101 and observe if this line switches from


LOW (<0.3V) to HIGH (>4.5V) when pressing a key on a philips
RC5 or RC6 remote control

5.9.10 P50 Interface

P50 (or Easylink) is a bi-directional serial interface for


communication between video equipment. To check for the
functionality of the P50 Interface, refer to the chapter of
‘Diagnostic Software Player Script’ for full detail description.
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Personal Notes:
Block and Wiring Diagram. DVD763SA 6. 43

6. Block and Wiring Diagram.


Block Diagram DVD763SA EU

GENERAL BLOCK DIAGRAM FOR DVD763EU TV SCART AUX SCART

Y/CVBS

Y/CVBS
FBOUT

FBOUT

RGB
L/R
DOUBLE

RGB

SLB

L/R

P50

SLB
P50
SCART BOARD
1000 1001

7500
7501
12V AV Switch
12V
8V Matrix

CVBS
AUDIO L/R
KILL
RGB
YC

I2C
P50
+5VM
-5V
+12VSTBY

1300

MERCURY 2 LOADER SERVICE SERIAL FLEX 22P


INTERFACE
VAL6011/14 SD4.00SA_CH MONOBOARD 5-DISC CHANGER INTERFACE AV BOARD
1500 1900 1403
CDM M1 M2 M6 TXD_SER M7
OPU RXD_SER SERVICE VSYNC
RTS_SER I2C
HSYNC

1704
CD-LASER CTS_SER

AUDIO L/R
AMUTE
RGB

CVBS
YC
DIGITAL YUV

P50
7105 27M_CLK

SERVICE
M5 7501 +5V_Power
OPTION
INTERFACE
DVDALAS2+ DIGITAL YUV +12VSTBY
7601 74HCT14D
TZA1033HL
STi5580 4
VAR GAIN
MUX

DIODE HFN,HFP 7425/7435


AMPLIFIERS SCART[0:1] 2 SCART [0:1]
DVD TXD_S2B / RXD_S2B / CFR_S2B / SUR_S2B S2B 1401-A
UART UART OSD PROGRAMMABLE CVBS
4 4 I/O
MUTE
MUTE CVBS
BE_V4 PCMDATA0
PCMCLK PCM (4X) PCMDATA0 / PCMCLK / PCMLRCLK / PCMSCLK
Header BE_SYNC PCMSCLK
PCMLRCLK
DIG. OUT MUTE
BE_FLAG AUDIO AUDIO SPDIF 4 7440-7442
Land DECODER
5 7720 1409
BE_DATA
DVD-LASER SPDIF
6 BE_BCLK R/V;G/Y;B/U
SERVO SERVO 7412 R_OUT
MUX

CVBS / Y
1100

BE_WCLK

1421
VIDEO G_OUT 1 YUV
CONTROL SIGNALS I2S FRONT END B_OUT RGB / YUV

1703
NCP301LSN27T1 AV / SUB MPEG VIDEO C_OUT S-VHS
CD INTERFACE CVBS_OUT
FLEX 24P 6 DEMULTIPLEXER DECODER ENCODER Y_OUT 6 VIDEO R/V ;G/Y ; B/U ;CVBS/Y ;Y/C
RESET 6 FILTER
I2C
SUBPICTURE BUFFER 4 FLEX 30P
7160/7163 1408
CALF_MACE
RESETn HOST
4 Y/C SVHS
uP ST20 CPU
O_CENTRAL +3V3
KARAOKE +5V
STB_DALAS CLK_STBCTRL
SDA
+12V 7430/7434 7431-7433
7200 SCLK I2C
SCART 0
FOCUS SILD I2C
NCP301LS45TN MEMORY INTERFACE SDRAM CONTROLLER SCART 1 0/6/12
LASER SICL CONTROLLER
SERIAL 2
CONTROL
INTERFACE SIDA
RESET RSTN
RADIAL
M4

( SCLK/LRCLK/LeRi/LsRs/CeLf )
7400 7103
DISK MOTOR 256FS

SMI BUS
7300 M3 32Kb
BA6665FM 7402 EEPROM
1300

M 7201
HALL-FEEDBACK M24C64 1100
FLEX 11P 7202 16Mb FLASH

PCM_CLK (256FS )

27M_CLK
DRIVE TO 7303 ( SO44 )

EMI BUS
HALL 7500
DRIVEMUTE M9 384FS
MOTOR-IC M5
4 CLOCK 27MHz OSC

AUDIO-PCM
SLEDGE MOTOR TACHO-OUT 64Mb SDRAM GENERATOR OPTION
3 7403 (TSOP 54 ) WITH BUFFER
7207 7104
1301

M MOTO-IN MT48LC4M16A2TG ( PLL )


1 16Mb FLASH IO EXPANDER
FLEX 8P IGUANA RES_P RSTN ( SO44 ) CLK_SEL
HALL SAA7812HL CLK_STBCTRL
(
CENTRE

RESET
INTERFACE

7301 ON
PCS-PRE-AMPL CHANNEL BLOCK M8 M10 STEREO
DECODER/ENCODER 7201 7202/7203 7321/7323
LM833D DECODER
L R
TRAY MOTOR 2 I2S 384FS 1401-B
M 4 CONTROL CSS AUDIO_CLK
CPU
REGISTERS MODULE
2 INTERFACE
7000 7325
END-SWITCH RESETn FRONT

1013
7327

1400
I2C 7200 7300
L R
DATA/ADDRESS BUS

DRIVERS
7303 7800 FLEX 30P AUDIO
BA5938FM DAC 1402-A
SERVO uPROCESSOR DSD / PCM
CONTROL BUS

SLEDGE ADC RFP

CENTER
FURORE2 DSD_PCM11
2
RADIAL
SAA7893HL/C1 AUDIO DSD / PCM SPDIF C / SW
7301 7331
TRAY SW C SW
9
7502
4 FOCUS 5 7208 M5 1402-B
64Mb SDRAM
8.46 MHz
1302

TRAY1 UDA [0-7] (TSOP 54 )


TRAY2
FLASH ROM MT48LC4M16A2TG 7329
UA [0-17]
4 4 I2C
M29F002
MUTE DRIVEMUTE

1422
P50
1
7333 SURROUND
7302 7335
L R
8 1402-C
FRONT PCBAS
0201

12 1127
STDBY_CTRL

+5VSTDBY MUTE
7336-7338
MAINS +12V_POWER
I2C

POWER SUPPLY -32V_POWER P50 MFL AMUTE


INPUT
0200

STDBY_CTRL
7604
7100

1420
GRID OUT_P50 OPTICAL
7101
1100 uprocessor
FTD DISPLAY SEGMENT TMP87CH74 IN_P50
STANDBY PCBAS 5413
1410
DIGITAL OUT
+3V3_POWER COAXIAL
TACT SWITCH
1201 STBKEY +/- +5VSTDBY
1131
1200

IR +12VSTBY
+12V_POWER
4 STDBY_LED CTRL
- 12V_POWER
6200 - 32V_POWER
7104 CL 26532053_059.eps
150502
LED
Block and Wiring Diagram. DVD763SA 6. 44

Wiring Diagram DVD763SA EU

1 BLUE Scart 9 SCART_L 17 C_Scart 1 BLUE Scart 9 SCART_L 17 C_Scar t

2 GND 10 GND 18 0|6|12 2 GND 10 GND 18 0|6|12

GREEN Scart 11 +5V_Powe r 19 AMUTE 3 GREEN Scart 11 +5V_Powe r 19 AMUTE


3
4 GND 12 SCART_R 20 SCL_5V 4 GND 12 SCART_R 20 SCL_5V 1 SCL_5V 11 GND 21 +12V_Power

5 RED Scar t 13 +12VSTBY 21 SDA_5V 5 RED Scart 13 +12VSTBY 21 SDA_5V 2 SDA_5V 12 Y_Mono 22 MUTE

6 GND 14 -8V 22 P50 6 GND 14 -8V 22 P50 3 SCART1 13 GND 23 DGND

7 Y Scar t 15 CVBS_Scart 7 Y Scar t 15 CVBS_Scart 4 SCART0 14 C_Mono 24

8 GND 16 GND 8 GND 16 GND 5 GND 15 GND 25

1 DGND 11 DGND 21 DGND 6 BLUE_U 16 CVBSOUT_Mono 26 DGND

1300 22P Flex Cable Connector 1403 22P Flex Cable Connector 2 384 FS 12 SEL1 22 SCL_5V 7 GND 17 +3V3_Power 27

1 22 1 3 DGND 13 DGND 23 SDA_5V 8 GREEN_Y 18 +3V3_Power 28


22 SCL_5V
1
4 SEL3 14 SDT1 24 DGND 9 GND 19 +5V_Power 29 DGND

1
2 DGND

SCART SWITCH 1 +3V3_Powe r 7


8
STDBY_CTRL 5 DGND 15 DGND 25 10 RED_V 20 +12V_Power 30 DIG_OUT
3 SDA_5V

DIPMATE
2 +3V3_Powe r GND 6 SDT3 16 LRCLK 26 DGND
4 STDBY_CTRL
1107 3 GND 9 -12V_Power 7 DGND 17 DGND 27 1421 30P Flex Cable Connector
5 P50
3139 110 36281 4 +12V_Powe r 10 GND 8 SEL2 18 BCLK 28 30 1
6 +5VSTBY
22p ( 80mm ) 5 +12VSTBY 11 -32V_Power 9 DGND 19 DGND 29

12
7 +12V_Power
6 GND 12 STDBY_CTRL 10 SDT2 20 PCM_CLK 30
0360

3103 140 25862


1420

1400 30P Flex Cable Connector


AV BOARD 1422
8 -32V_Power

8P MIS
Mains Cord 20"/21" PAL
30 1 1 8

1105 1103 1104

3139 110 34251 3139 110 36071 3139 110 36071

12p ( 280mm ) 30p ( 100mm ) 30p ( 100mm )

1013 30P Flex Cable Connector 1703 30P Flex Cable Connector
30 1 30 1

1 DGND 1 1 DGND 2 1 DGND 1 SCL_5V 11 GND 21 +12V_Power

2 384 FS 12 SEL1 22 SCL_5V 2 SDA_5V 12 Y_Mono 22 MUTE

PSU 3

4
DGND

SEL3
13

14
DGND
SDT1
23

24
SDA_5V

DGND
3

4
SCART1
SCART0
13
14
GND
C_Mono
23
24
DGND

5 DGND 15 DGND 25 5 GND 15 GND 25

6 SDT3 16 LRCLK 26 DGND 6 BLUE_U 16 CVBSOUT_Mono 26 DGND

7 DGND 17 DGND 27 7 GND 17 +3V3_Power 27

8 SEL2 18 BCLK 28 8 GREEN_Y 18 +3V3_Power 28


1 +3V3_Powe r 9 DGND 19 DGND 29 9 GND 19 +5V_Power 29 DGND

2 +3V3_Powe r 10 SDT2 20 PCM_CLK 30 10 RED_V 20 +12V_Power 30 DIG_OUT

3 GND

4 +12V_Powe r

5 +12VSTBY

6 GND

7 STDBY_CTRL

1102

SD4.0SA MONO BOARD


8 GND

9 -12V_Powe r 3139 110 36951

10 GND 8p ( 280mm )

11 -32V_Powe r

12 STDBY_CTRL

0201 12P HR PH
1 12

1 SCL_5V
4

1101
1

2 DGND
3139 110 38631
1 +5VSTBY 3 SDA_5V
1 +5VSTBY
4P MIS

4p ( 100mm )
2 STDBY_CTRL

DISPLAY BOARD
4P MIS

4 STDBY_CTRL
2 STDBY_CTRL
3 STBKEY+ P50
STBKEY+ 5
3
4 STBKEY- 6 +5VSTBY
4 STBKEY-
1
4

7 +12V_Power
1127 8P MIS
1200 1131 8 -32V_Power
8 1

STANDBY BOARD CL 26532053_002.eps


170502
Block and Wiring Diagram. DVD763SA 6. 45

AV Board Testpoint Overview


I100 A3 I113 A2 I127 A7 I143 A1 I204 B14 I221 C10 I236 D13 I311 C10 I326 B14 I343 D12 I358 B12 I374 D10 I408 E1 I423 D7 I453 C15 I472 E2 I485 D5 I498 D16
I101 A3 I114 A2 I128 C8 I144 A8 I205 B13 I222 B8 I237 D12 I312 C10 I327 B13 I344 D9 I359 C11 I375 D11 I409 D11 I424 D1 I454 E14 I473 E2 I486 E5 I499 E14
I102 A3 I115 A2 I130 A7 I145 C7 I206 C15 I223 C9 I238 D12 I314 C12 I328 C13 I345 E11 I360 C11 I376 D9 I412 A15 I425 D2 I457 D3 I474 E2 I487 E5 I500 E16
I103 A3 I116 A2 I131 A8 I146 A14 I207 C13 I225 C8 I300 B10 I315 C12 I329 B14 I346 D11 I361 D14 I377 D12 I413 D1 I426 A16 I458 D3 I475 D2 I488 D6 I502 E5
I104 A3 I117 A7 I132 B7 I147 A14 I208 C13 I227 D9 I301 C10 I316 B12 I330 E9 I348 E12 I362 D14 I379 D12 I414 D1 I427 C6 I460 D1 I476 D7 I489 E5 I507 E4
I105 A2 I118 A2 I134 B7 I148 C7 I209 A11 I228 C8 I302 B10 I317 C12 I332 D9 I350 D13 I363 B15 I381 D13 I415 C1 I428 B16 I462 A13 I477 E7 I490 E6 I514 E16
I106 A2 I119 A2 I135 B7 I149 C7 I210 B12 I229 C11 I303 C10 I318 C12 I333 E8 I351 E12 I364 B14 I383 D13 I416 C7 I429 B16 I463 B12 I478 E8 I491 E6 I515 E8
I107 A2 I120 A5 I137 A14 I150 C1 I211 C11 I230 D10 I304 B12 I319 C12 I335 D8 I352 D12 I365 D8 I400 B2 I417 C7 I438 E3 I464 A12 I479 D4 I492 D6 I516 B1
I108 A2 I121 A4 I138 A14 I151 B7 I212 B11 I231 B2 I305 C13 I321 B12 I336 E11 I353 B9 I366 D10 I401 B2 I418 D5 I439 D15 I465 E14 I480 E8 I493 E6 I517 D1
I109 A2 I122 B5 I139 B6 I200 C9 I213 D10 I232 D8 I307 B9 I322 C14 I337 D10 I354 B10 I367 D9 I402 B2 I419 D5 I445 B9 I466 E14 I481 E3 I494 E7 I518 C1
I110 A3 I123 B5 I140 B4 I201 C9 I214 D11 I233 C8 I308 C12 I323 D14 I339 E10 I355 C9 I369 D10 I403 B2 I420 D6 I450 B6 I467 C1 I482 E3 I495 D6 I519 D1
I111 B9 I124 B4 I141 A7 I202 B10 I216 A11 I234 B2 I309 C14 I324 E13 I340 D10 I356 C9 I372 D8 I406 B1 I421 E3 I451 B9 I470 E3 I483 E4 I496 D15 I520 E3
I112 A3 I125 B7 I142 B6 I203 B10 I220 C8 I235 D13 I310 C9 I325 C14 I342 E12 I357 C12 I373 D10 I407 C3 I422 D4 I452 A5 I471 D2 I484 E4 I497 D15 I521 D4

CL 26532053_011.eps
170502
Electrical Diagrams DVD763SA 7. 46

7. Electrical Diagrams
Power Supply Unit DVD763SA EU
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
2190

1n
A 1110 3111 A
5190

VALUE t 9 13 6270 3270


F101 VPOS
B57153

SIOV-S14K300S11M5

BZX79-C18
F105 22K

2270

6271
BAV21

VREG

10n
0102 F102

220K
3192
2191

10n
5115 F106
3110

2110

100n
2
V
6110
14 6250 5255 F250 F251
B S1NB80
B

2117

150u

100u
1 CU15D3 +5VSTBY

2116
VA F103 2u2
STTH302

1N4004
6255
2250

2255

470u
F108

BYD33J
3255

1m
F104

6190
BZX384-C15
F107
3R3
470R
3112

6115
3127 7125 7 15 6256 3256
VFB

+12VA
2111

6114 STP3NC60FP
1n

0103 2112 330R 0125 1N4004 3R3


6125 3126 F109 Heatsink 3257

2120

220p
C 33n BZX384-C15
1N4148 33R 17 6210 3R3 6215 5216 F210 F211
+12STBY
C
3125
F111 3214 22u
STTH302 1N4004
4K7 VPOS 7210

3210

3218
2210

2216

100u
2K2

2K2
1m
F112 10K

1N4004
2211 3212

6135
STBYCONTROL SI2302DS
16 10K 5215 6216 F212 F213 F214 F215

3120

3121

3122

3123
100n

2212

100n
1R

1R

1R

1R
0104 SWITCH +12V
3216 6u8 1N4004

1N4004
D D

3219
6134

2215

100u

4K7
STBYCONTROL
10K

3211

3215
VFB
F110

56K

56K
7211 7212
BC847B BC847B
11 6231 5230 F230 F231 F232 F233
+3V3
SB360 10u

3236
2230

7230

2235

470u
1m

1K
E 6131 3134 3 12
Fprot 3230
SWITCH
E
1K
2131

1N4004
22u

3137
6K8
3133 6130
2 10 6280 5285 F280 F281
22K -12V
BAV21
22u
3132

2132

2136

100p
BYD33D
F F
8K2

22n

3284
5130

2280

220u

100u

2285

4K7
2u2

3281 7280
BC337-40
3135 1 18 6240 100K
7281
2K2 BYD33J

VREG
7130 CT282D4 BC857B
2135

150p

TY72011P2 0200 0201


3131

5240
22K

EH-B EH-B

10u
1 14 3282 3283 1 1
HV NC5 SWITCH +3V3 +3V3_POWER
G 2 13 2K2 4K7 2 2 G
NC1 VCC 5245 F240 F241
220R -32V F227
3295

3296
3 12 3

2K7
3
DEMAG DRIVE +5V

3240
2240

47K
BAS216

22u

3246
2245
4 11 4
6133

10K
7240 4

22u
FB ISENSE F291
BC337-40 +12V_POWER
5 10 5 5
CT GND 3241 +12STBY
2130

2295

100n

6 9 7190 6
BZX79-C5V6

6
1n

OVP NC4 TCET1102G 100K


6298 0203 0204
H H
6132

7 8 7 7
NC2 NC3 F292 Fprot +12V +5VSTBY
7241
BAS216 BC857B 8
F224
3297

2K7

9
3242 3243 F220 F222 F225 -12V_POWER
SWITCH 10
2K2 10K F221 F223 F226
3139
2139

4K7
22n

2292 3292
2133

11
22n

-32V_POWER

2221
47n 270R 12
I STBYCONTROL
F228 I
1
7290
TL431CZ
3
3291
3K9

J 2
J
3290
1K2

CL 26532053_001.eps
170502

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
Electrical Diagrams DVD763SA 7. 47

AV-Board: Clock & Control


1100 C6
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 1200 G1
1400 B1
1422 H1

AV_SYS CLK & CONTROL +3V3D

100n
2100 A6
2101 A5
2102 C3
2103 C3
2104 E3
2100 +3V3D 7101-B 2105 C6
TC7WHU04FU 2106 C7
8 8 2107 E3
3110 1V6 2 1V6 I110 I112 I114
A 10R
5 3 6
A 2108 H5
2109 H9
1V6 7101-C
4 4 2110 B8

2101
TC7WHU04FU

22p
2111 E8
3100 C2
3101 C2
7100-B +3V3_OSC +3V3_OSC 3102 C2
TC7WHU04FU 2V / div DC 2V / div DC 2.00 V / div DC 3103 D2
8
100n 2µs / div 2µs / div 2µs / div 3104 D2
1V6 6 2 1V6 3105 D2
+3V3D 7100-C
2110 3106 E2
TC7WHU04FU
4
7101-A 8 I115 I116 I117 3107 E2
B I120 TC7WHU04FU 1V6 3 5 1V6 B 3108 E2
8 3109 F9
7 1 3110 A5
3111 4
3111 B6
1400
4 1M 3112 C6
1
3113 F9

220R
3112
2 384 FS 7100-A +3V3_OSC 3114 F9
I122 TC7WHU04FU 2V / div DC 2V / div DC 2V / div DC 3115 F9
3
1100 8 10µs / div 100ns / div 20.0ns / div 3116 F10
1 7
4 SEL3 3100 A2-1 3117 H9
AT-49 3118 H8

3120
100R 47p
I110
4 I120 I122 I131 3119 I8
C 5 16M9344
C

2105

2106
3120 C9

22p

22p
FROM 1013 OF SD4.0SA MONO BOARD

6 SDT3 3101 2102 A2-2 3123 E9


100R 15p 3124 G11
7
3125 G12
8 SEL2 3102 2103 A2-3 3126 G12
100R
3128 H11
9 I112
A1-15 2V / div DC 1V / div DC 2V / div DC 3130 E13
CLK_SEL 3136 H12
10 SDT2 3103
A2-4 +3V3D 20ns / div 20ns / div 20ns / div
3138 G12
11 100R 7103-A 7103-C 3139 F11
+3V3D 14 74LVC00AD 74LVC00AD 14
3104
3140 F12
SEL1 0V
D 12

100R
A2-5
3
1 9
8 3V3 D 4100 F2
4101 F2
13 I114 2 1V6 10
6100 F12
14 SDT1 3105 7100-A C7
A2-6 7 7
100R
7100-B B6
15 I115 7100-C B7
3106 100n +3V3D 7101-A B5
16 LRCLK A2-7 +3V3D 7103-B 7101-B A7
100R 15p 2111
17 I116 7103-D 74LVC00AD 14 7101-C A6
74LVC00AD 14 3V3 4 7103-A D7
18 3107 2104 1V6 12 6 1V6 3130 MCLK1 A2-14
BCLK A2-8 7103-B E12
11 1V6 3123 1V6 5
100R 15p 47R 7103-C D9
19 I117 3V3 13
E 3108 2107
47R
7 I131
E 7103-D E7
20 PCM_CLK 7 7104 F6
100R
7122 G12
21
7124 H12
22

23

24
+3V3D
4100

4101

25
+3V3D +5VSTBY
F 26
* * F
27
6100
7104 * 3139 * 3140 *

3109

3114

3113

3115

3116
28

4K7

4K7

4K7

4K7

4K7
PCF8574T 15K 4K7 BAS316
29 13 INT_

30 1 A0 INTERRUPT
LP FILTER
LOGIC
2 A1

BSN20
3124

3125

3126
7122
3K3

3K3

3K3
0V
* 3 A2 P0 4
FOR DEVELOPMENT

1200
EH-B
EVALUATION

14 SCL P1 5
G 1 SCL_5V A4-52
A1-12 SCL_3V3 3V3
INPUT 2
I C BUS
0V
3V3 4V G
A1-13 SDA_3V3 3V3 15 SDA P2 6 0V
2 FILTER CONTROL
P3 7 0V
3
+5VD
SHIFT 8 BIT I/O
REGISTER PORTS
P4 9 0V +3V3D * 3138
4 SDA_5V 0R
A4-53
16 VDD POWER-ON P5 10 3V3
+3V3D
RESET P6 11 0V

BSN20
2108 8 VSS P7 12 0V

3128

7124
3K3
100n
H H
3117

10u
4K7 3V3 4V

2109
4K7

CENTER_ON
+3V3D
1422
3118 * 3136
CLK_SEL

EH-B

RESET
1 SCL_5V 0R
TO 1127 DISPLAY

4K7 +3V3D
2 +3V3D
3119

SDA_3V3
SCL_3V3

SDA_5V

SCL_5V
3 SDA_5V
A1-15

A2-18
A2-16

4 STDBY_CTRL A4-19
I 5 P50 A4-20 I

A1-12,A2-12

A1-13,A2-13

A4-53
BOARD

A4-52
6
+5VSTBY
7
+12V_Power * OPTIONAL
8
-32V_Power

BARE BOARD 3139 243 30512 V DC Vtg measured in STOP-MODE CL 26532053_005.eps


250402

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14
Electrical Diagrams DVD763SA 7. 48

AV-Board: Video DAC


2200 B4
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 2201 B5
2202 B4
2203 B5

AV_VIDEO DAC +8VA


2204 B1
2205 C2
2206 E6
2213 2207 E6
2208 D1
100n 2209 E1
16 7201-B I200 I201 I221 2210 C12
Vdd 74HCT4053D 2211 C13
10 S Y0 2
A A 2212 C14
2213 A10
15 Z Y1 1 2214 D12
+3V3_DAC +5VA 0V 2215 D14
E Vee Vss 2216 B10
6 7 8
100n 10u 200mV / div AC 200mV / div AC 200mV / div AC 2217 F13
10ms / div 10ms / div 10ms / div 2218 E7
2200 2201 2219 E7
2216
2202
2203
2220 E5
3200 C2
100n
1u 100n +8VA 3201 B9
-8VA 3202 C8

3201

10K
B 7200
I200 16 7201-A
B 3203 D6
A1-16 CS4362 4 32 3204 D7
RESET VD VA I201 Vdd 74HCT4053D 3205 D6
AOUTA1+ 39 2V5 AOUTL_POS A3-25 8V 8V 11 S Y0 12 0V 3206 D7
+3V3_DAC 3V3 19 VOLUME CONTROL INTERPOL FILTER DAC ANAL FILTER AOUTA1- 40 2V5 AOUTL_NEG A3-26
RST_ 3207 D6
2204 MIXER 3208 D7
AOUTB1+ 37 2V5 AOUTR_POS A3-27 0V 14 Z Y1 13
A1-18 CENTER_ON 3202
3V3 43 VLS VOLUME CONTROL INTERPOL FILTER DAC ANAL FILTER AOUTB1- 38 2V5 AOUTR_NEG A3-28 7220 4200 D2
100n 2205 E Vee Vss
0V7 9 SCLK1 BC817-25 4201 D2

SERIAL PORT
2K7
1V6 7 LRCK1 AOUTA2+ 35 2V5 SURROUNDL_POS A3-29 0V 6 7 8 4202 D2
A1-8 1u
VOLUME CONTROL INTERPOL FILTER DAC ANAL FILTER 36 2V5
A1-7 BCLK 12 SCLK2 AOUTA2- SURROUNDL_NEG A3-30 4203 D2
A1-6 LRCLK 10 LRCK2
MIXER
SDT1 1V2 8 SDIN1 AOUTB2+ 33 2V5 SURROUNDR_POS A3-31 +8VA 7200 B3
A1-4 7201-A B11
1V2 VOLUME CONTROL INTERPOL FILTER DAC ANAL FILTER 34 2V5 SURROUNDR_NEG A3-32
C A1-2 SDT2
SDT3 1V2
11
13
SDIN2
SDIN3
AOUTB2-
A3-47 FRONT_R -8VA 0V 100n
C 7201-B A10
AOUTA3+ 29 2V5 CENTER_POS A3-33 7202-A 2210 7201-C E11
MCLK VOLUME CONTROL INTERPOL FILTER DAC ANAL FILTER AOUTA3- 30 2V5 CENTER_NEG A3-34 0V 3 8
A1-14 3200 LM833D 7202-A C12
MCLK1 1V6 6 I221
1 MIXER 1 0V 7202-B F12
AOUTB3+ 27 2V5 LFE_POS A3-35
47R :2
VOLUME CONTROL INTERPOL FILTER DAC ANAL FILTER AOUTB3- 28 2V5 LFE_NEG A3-36 7203-A C13
A1-8 2
A1-12 BCLK 0V7 42 DSD-SCLK 7203-B G13
SCL_3V3 4200 3V3 15 SCL|CCLK MUTEC1 41 0V 3203 MFL A3-37 4
A1-13 3204
7220 C9
SDA_3V3 4201 3V3 16 SDA|CDIN CONTROL PORT/ MUTEC2 26 0V 2K7 *2K7 MFR A3-38
3205
4202 3V3 17 AD0|CS_ MODE SELECT MUTE MUTEC3 25 0V * 2K7 3206
MSL A3-43
+3V3_DAC 3V3 18 VLC CONTROL MUTEC4 24 0V *2K7 MSR A3-44 100n
MUTEC5 23 0V
0V
*3207 3208
MC A3-45 STEREO_R A3-39
A1-5 1V2
3V3
3 DSDA1 MUTEC6 22 2K7 * MLFE A3-46 2214 +8VA
D A1-3
SEL1
1V2
2
1
DSDB1
DSDA2 DIRECT STREAM VQ
21
2K7
-8VA 100n D
SEL2 3V3 48 DSDB2
DIGITAL INPUT FILT+
20
A1-1 1V2 47 DSDA3 2211
7203-A
3 2212
SEL3 3V3 46 DSDB3 8
TST GND LM833D
2208 100u 0V
14 44 45 5 31 1
+8VA 0V
4203

2206

100n
100n

2219
2218
2207

47u

47u
100n 2
2209
* 2220 4
SCART_R A4-40
16 7201-C
1u 100n Vdd 74HCT4053D 100n
8V 9 S Y0 5 0V
E 4 Z Y1 3
2215 E
0V 0V -8VA
E Vee Vss
6 7 8

-8VA
A3-48 FRONT_L

A3-49 CENTER +8VA

F 7202-B
F
DVD763SA/171
DVD763SA/EU

0V 5 8
LM833D 2217
7 0V STEREO_L A3-41
6 100u
4

-8VA
ITEM NO DESCRIPTION
2212 CER2 0603 Y5V 25V 100N COL X
+8VA
2215 CER2 0603 Y5V 25V 100N COL X
5 7203-B
7203 IC SM LM833D (MOTA) R X 0V 8
G LM833D
7 0V
G
SCART_L A4-42
6
4

-8VA

H H

* OPTIONAL
V DC Vtg measured in STOP-MODE BARE BOARD 3139 243 30512 CL 26532053_006.eps
250402

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14
Electrical Diagrams DVD763SA 7. 49

AV-Board: Audio

1401-B A13 3362 D8


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 1402-A C13 3363 A11
1402-B E13 3364 B11
1402-C H13 3365 B12

AV_AUDIO I200 I201


A2-39 STEREO_R 3360

220R I330
STEREO_R_OUT
1401-B
STEREO L/R 2300 B6
2301 B3
2302 B5
3366 B12
3367 C9
3368 I4
2303 B6 3369 I5
YKC21-4105
6
RIGHT 2304 B6 3370 B11
2305 B6 3371 C11
2306 C4 3372 D9
A +8VA
3304
AVCC_A -8VA
3307
-8VA_A
0V 5 A 2307 C5 3373 D11
33R 3305 33R 3308 3361 2308 C3 3374 E11
AVCC_B -8VA_B 7321
200mV / div AC 200mV / div AC 4 2309 D6 3375 E12
3306 33R 3309 33R 560R 0V7 BC817-25
2310 D6 3376 E12
AVCC_C -8VA_C 10ms / div 10ms / div
2311 D4 3377 C11
33R 33R
AVCC_A
I333
STEREO_L_OUT
LEFT 2312 D6 3378 E11
STEREO_L 3363 2313 E3 3379 E8
I330 100n
A2-41
I200 2314 E3 3380 F11
220R 2315 E5 3381 F11
A2-27 AOUTR_POS 3300 15K 1V3 3 8
7300-A 2300 0V 2316 E6 3382 G11
10K 3301 2317 E6 3383 G12
1 0V
3364 2318 E4 3384 G12

3365

3366
560p

2301

2302

100p

2341

2340
10K

10K
1n

1n
2 2319 E3 3385 D10
B 3302 1V3
4
100n
560R 0V7
7323 B 2320 E6 3386 H11
200mV / div AC BC817-25
2321 F3 3387 H11
10ms / div 12K 2303 2322 F5 3388 D9
I201 I336 2323 F3 3389 I11
-8VA_A A2-47 2324 F5 3390 I11
3310 15K 2304 2305 FRONT_R 3370
I333 A2-28 AOUTR_NEG FRONT_R A3-47 A3-47 FrontR_OUT 2325 F6 3391 I12
3311
2326 G4 3392 I12
10K 100p 100u 220R
2327 G3 3394 C9
2306 3312 FRONT L/R 2328 G3
2329 G3
3395 D8
3396 E8
AVCC_A BAS316 1402-A
560p 12K 2330 G6 3600 F8
+5VSTBY +5VSTBY
C A2-25 AOUTL_POS 3314 15K
1V3 5 8
7300-B
6302 BC857B 3377
0V
YKC21-3866
2
RIGHT C 2331 G5
2332 G6
3602 G8
3604 G8
200mV / div AC

100R
3394

3367
7338

47K
10K 3315
7 0V BC857B 3K3 2333 H6 3606 H8
10ms / div 7337 3371 3 2334 H5 4301 I9
2308

560p

2307

100p
7325
6 BC817-25
2335 H4 4302 D9
560R 0V7
1V3 4 2336 H3 4303 D8
I336 3316 1

220u 6.3V
4305

4302

220u 6.3V
2337 I3 4304 D8
5V

2352

2353

3372

4K7
12K -8VA_A 2338 I3 4305 D8
A2-26 AOUTL_NEG 3319
3318 2309 * I339 LEFT 2339 I5 6302 C8
2340 B12 6303 D8

3385
4K7
10K 15K 100p A2-48 A4-62 MUTE 4303 47K 0V 3373 FrontL_OUT
2311
2310 2341 B12 6308 I9
3320
FRONT_L A3-48 BAS316 3362 3395 220R 2342 E12 7300-A B5
7336
D 200mV / div AC
560p 12K AVCC_B 100u
0V7
BC847B D 2343 E12
2344 G12
7300-B C5
7301-A D5
100n * 6303 10K
-8V 2345 G12 7301-B F5
10ms / div

3388
* 4304

10K
+5VD 2346 I6 7302-A G5
A2-35 3322 3323 15K 7301-A 2312
LFE_POS 1V3 3 8 0V 2347 I5 7302-B H5
A3-48 FRONT_L
I339 10K 10K 3324
1 0V
2348 I4 7321 A12
2349 I3 7323 B11
2313

100p

2314

470p

2315

100p

3374 2350 I12 7325 C12

3375

3376
2

2342

2343
10K

10K
1n

1n
4 A2-37 MFL 7341 2351 I12 7327 E11
12K 3325 1V3 560R 0V7
100n BC857B 2352 D9 7329 F12
7327
3326 12K *3396 4306 BC817-25 2353 D9 7331 G11
2316 +5VD 3300 B3 7333 H12
E 200mV / div AC A2-36 3327 3328 3329 -8VA_B
2317
47K 3378 LFE_OUT
C/LFE E 3301 B4 7335 I11
LFE_NEG 3302 B4 7336 D9
10ms / div 220R
10K
2319
10K
2318
15K
3331
100p
3330
2320 I342 SUB-WOOFER 3304 A2
3305 A2
7337 C9
7338 C10
A2-38 MFR 7340 * 3306 A2 7340 F9
I342 100p 470p 12K 12K 100u
BC857B 1402-B
3307 A4 7341 E8
AVCC_B YKC21-3866 3308 A4 7342 F9
3332 3333 15K
7301-B * 3379 0V 5 3309 A4 7343 G9
A2-33 CENTER_POS 1V3 5 8
47K 3310 B3 7344 H9
10K 10K 3334 6 3311 C4 7345 H9
7 0V
3380 3312 C4
2321

100p

2323

470p

2322

100p

7329

F 6 A2-45 MC 7342 * 560R 0V7


BC817-25
4 F 3314 C3
200mV / div AC 3335 3336 1V3 4 BC857B 3315 C4
10ms / div 3316 C4
-8VA_B
A2-34 3337 3338
12K 12K
3339 2324 A2-49 * 3600 I345 CENTER 3318 D4
3319 D3
CENTER_NEG 2325 47K 3381 CENTER_OUT
I345 100p CENTER A3-49 A3-39 CENTER 3320 D4
10K 10K 15K
2327 2326 3340 3341 220R 0V 3322 D3
100u
3323 D3
100p 470p 12K AVCC_C 12K A2-46 3382 3324 D5
*

3384

3383
2345

2344
MLFE 7343

10K

10K
1n

1n
BC857B
3325 E4
100n 560R 0V7 3326 E4
A2-31 3342 3343 3344 7302-A 2330 7331 3327 E3
G 200mV / div AC
SURROUNDR_POS 1V3 3 8 * 3602 BC817-25 G 3328 E4
10K 10K 15K 47K 3329 E4
1 0V
10ms / div 3330 E5
2 3331 E4
2329

100p

2328

470p

2331

100p

100n
I348 1V3 4 A2-43 MSL 7344 * 3332 F3
3345 3346 2332 BC857B 3333 F3

12K 12K -8VA_C SURROUND L/R 3334 F5


* 3604 I348 3335 F4
3336 F4
A2-32 3347 3348 3349 2334 2333 47K 3386 1402-C
SURROUNDR_NEG SurroundR_OUT
10K 10K 15K 100p 100u 220R
YKC21-3866 RIGHT 3337 F3
3338 F4
8
2336 2335 3350 3351
0V 3339 F4
H 200mV / div AC
100p 470p 12K 12K 9
H 3340 G4
10ms / div AVCC_C
A2-44 MSR 7345 * 3387
3341 G5
BC857B 7333 3342 G3
7302-B
A2-29 3352 3353 3354 560R BC817-25 3343 G3
SURROUNDL_POS 1V3 5 8 0V7 7
I351 3344 G5
* 3606
10K 10K 15K 7 0V
47K LEFT 3345 G4
3346 G4
6 I351
2337

100p

2338

470p

2339

100p

3347 H3
1V3 4 2346
+5VD 3389 SurroundL_OUT 3348 H4
3355 3356 3349 H4
-8VA_C 220R 0V
100u 4301 3350 H4
12K 12K
3351 H5
I 200mV / div AC A4-50 6308
*BAS316
3390 I

3392

3391
2350

2351
10K

10K
AMUTE 3352 H3

1n

1n
10ms / div A2-30 SURROUNDL_NEG 3357 3358 3359 2347
560R 0V7 3353 H3
10K 10K 15K 100p 7335 3354 H5
2349 2348 3368 3369 BC817-25 3355 I4
3356 I4
100p 470p 12K 12K
3357 I3
3358 I4

* OPTIONAL V DC Vtg measured in STOP-MODE BARE BOARD 3139 243 30512 CL 26532053_007.eps
250402
3359 I4
3360 A11
3361 A11

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
Electrical Diagrams DVD763SA 7. 50

AV-Board: Video
1401-A C13 3413 C7 4402 G13
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 1403 A1 3414 C5 4403 H7
1408 D14 3415 C7 4404 E4
1403
1 +5V_Power 1409-A E14 3416 C7 4405 I2
Blue_Scart A4-64
2
AV_VIDEO 7430
+5VVID 1409-B F14
1409-C G14
1410 H14
3417 C6
3418 C5
3419 C6
4406 E13
4407 D12
4408 E12

3430
10K
3
I400 A4-65 0V 3K3
Green_Scart BC847B 1420 C1 3420 B8 4409 D11
+12V_Power
SCART1 3440 3431 1421 E1 3421 C8 4410 C11

3451

3450
4 A4-54

22K

2K2
1445 G3 3422 C8 4411 E10
I401 A4-66 10K 1446 G3 3423 C7 4412 F10
5 Red_Scart 0V7
A 6
3441 0V A 2112 C11
2402 E7
3430 A9
3431 A10
4413 G10
5400 D7
18K
DGND 0V7
7431 2404 E7 3440 A9 5401 E7
I402 A4-67
7 Y_Scart 2405 F5 3441 A9 5402 E7
8
ONLY FOR SCART A4-70
0|6|12
3442 0V 7432
BC847B
2406 F6 3442 A11 5403 H9
BC847B 2408 I4 3443 A11 5410 C11
TO 1300 OF SCART BOARD

22K
SCART_L I403 A2-42 2409 I4 3444 B10 5411 F13

3443
9

15K
A4-57

A4-56
2410 B10 3445 B10 5412 G13

A4-59
A4-58

A4-60

A4-61
10 +5V_Power 2411 D13 3446 B9 5413 H12
3447 7433 2412 D13 3447 B11 5414 F13
I231 -8V
11 2413 E10 3448 B9 5415 D13

470R

220R
3444

3445
+5V_Power 10K 0V BC847B

GREEN_Y

BLUE_U

RED_V

Y_Mono

C_Mono

CVBSOUT_Mono
2414 E13 3449 B9 5416 E13
12 SCART_R A2-40

3446
2415 E13 3450 A12

10K
6400 G11
0V
2417 E6 3451 A12 6401 H11
13
+12VSTBY A4-55 3448 2418 H7 3452 B12 6402 F11
B 14
I234
SCART0
B 2419 H7 3453 C10 6403 C11

2410
22n
-8V 10K 0V7 2420 F12 3454 C12 6404 D11
CVBS_Scart A4-68 +5VVID +5VVID +5VVID +5VVID +5VVID +5VVID 7434 8K2
15 2421 G12 3455 C10 6405 E11
3449 BC847B +5VVID 2422 H12 3456 C12 6406 E2
I407 3452
16 DGND -8V 2423 H9 3457 D9 7401 E6
18K

100R

100R

100R

100R

100R

100R
3401

3402

3400

3410

3411

3420
I406 2424 H11 3458 D10 7403 H7
17 C_Scart A4-69
A4-61 VIDEO CVBS 2425 I13 3459 D10 7420 C3

BZX284-C15
3453
CVBSOUT_Mono 7435
18
0|6|12 A4-70 2V2 2V2 2V2 2V2 2V2 2V2 2426 I12 3460 D12 7421 C5

6403
7420 7424 7422 7421 7423 7425 BC847B
100R 2V2 1401-A
BC847B BC847B BC847B BC847B BC847B 4410 2427 I11 3461 E12 7422 C5
AMUTE A3-50 BC847B YKC21-4105
19 2428 I14 3462 E9 7423 C6
* 2112 * 2 2429 G7 3463 E9 7424 C4
SCL_5V 3403 3404 3405 3412 3413 3421 2K2 470u I480
20 A4-52 1V6 4400 2430 F3 3464 E12 7425 C7
1V6 1V6 1V6 1 V6 1V6 1V6 -8V
C 21
SDA_5V A4-53 56R 56R 56R 68R 68R 56R 3455 3 1 3454 3 C 2431 F3
2432 D11
3465 F9
3466 F9
7430 A9
7431 A13
3408

3409

3406

3407

3418

3414

3417

3419

3415

3416

3423

3422
75R

82R

75R

75R

75R

75R
2K2

2K2

2K2

2K2

2K2

2K2
22
P50 5410 68R 2433 E10 3467 F12 7432 A12
A1-20 DSS306 2 3456 1 2434 F10 3468 F9 7433 B12
2435 G10 3469 G9 7434 B9
1420 68R
3400 B5 3470 G12 7435 C10
Green_Scart

CVBS_Scart
PH-B

Blue_Scart

2412

220p

2411

220p
-8V -8V -8V -8V -8V -8V

Red_Scart
3401 B3 3471 G9 7436 E10
1 +5VVID

C_Scart
3402 B4 3472 H12 7437 D11

Y_Scart
+3V3_Power 7437
2
3403 C3 3473 I10 7440 E10
BC847B 3404 C4 3474 I11 7441 F10
3 A4-59 3458 4409 3405 C5 3491 F5 7442 G10
Y_Mono
FROM 0201 OF PSU

I482 3406 C4 3492 H6 7443 E4


* 2432 S.VIDEO
A4-64

A4-66

A4-67

A4-68
2V2
A4-65

A4-69
100R
D 4
+12V_Power 2K2
1V6
470u 3460 4407 D 3407 C4
3408 C3
3493 I4
3495 H4
7445 F6
7446 F7
5 -8V 1408
3459 3409 C4 3496 E4 7604 H10

BZX284-C15
+12VSTBY +5VVID 68R
3 1 TCS79
6
3410 B6 3497 E9

6404
1
5415 3411 B7 4400 C11
5
7 +5VSTBY 5400 2 DSS306 3412 C6 4401 F13
3
33u 47u
+3V3D A4-60
C_Mono
3457
7436 * 7
6406 7401 I483

DVD763SA/171
8

DVD763SA/EU
BC847B 4
LD1117 100R 2V2
-8V 6
PDZ-6.2B 2K2 1V6 2413 3461
9 2402 4408 2
-12V_Power 7443 +5V_Power 3 2 5401 -8V
+5VD +3V3_DAC 3462

BZX284-C15
10 470n 68R
IRLML2502 IN OUT 33u 1 3 ITEM
3497

6405

2415

220p
2414

220p
4K7 NO DESCRIPTION
+5VVID 5416
E 11
E
4404

-32V_Power +12V_Power GND 1 1K8 1403 CON BM V 22P F 1.00 FFC 0.3 B X
2 DSS306
STDBY_CTRL A1-19 3496 100u 5402 * 3400 RST SM 0603 100R PM5 COL X
12
* +3V3_OSC 1409-A 3401 RST SM 0603 100R PM5 COL X
33u 47u A4-57 3463