1 SUPER AUDI CD PLAYER CD-S CD-S SERVICE MANUAL IMPRTANT NTICE This manual has been provided for the use of authorized YAMAHA Retailers and their service personnel. It has been assumed that basic service procedures inherent to the industry, and more specifically YAMAHA Products, are already known and understood by the users, and have therefore not been restated. WARNING: Failure to follow appropriate service and safety procedures when servicing this product may result in personal injury, destruction of expensive components, and failure of the product to perform as specified. For these reasons, we advise all YAMAHA product owners that any service required should be performed by an authorized YAMAHA Retailer or the appointed service representative. IMPRTANT: The presentation or sale of this manual to any individual or firm does not constitute authorization, certification or recognition of any applicable technical capabilities, or establish a principle-agent relationship of any form. The data provided is believed to be accurate and applicable to the unit(s) indicated on the cover. The research, engineering, and service departments of YAMAHA are continually striving to improve YAMAHA products. Modifications are, therefore, inevitable and specifications are subject to change without notice or obligation to retrofit. Should any discrepancy appear to exist, please contact the distributor's Service Division. WARNING: Static discharges can destroy expensive components. Discharge any static electricity your body may have accumulated by grounding yourself to the ground buss in the unit (heavy gauge black wires connect to this buss). IMPRTANT: Turn the unit FF during disassembly and part replacement. Recheck all work before you apply power to the unit. CNTENTS T SERVICE PERSNNEL... PREVENTIN F ELECTRSTATIC DISCHARGE... FRNT PANEL... REAR PANELS... REMTE CNTRL PANEL... SPECIFICATINS /... 9 INTERNAL VIEW... 9 DISASSEMBLY PRCEDURES... TEST MDE /... UPDATING FIRMWARE /... DISPLAY DATA... IC DATA... PIN CNNECTIN DIAGRAMS... 9 BLCK DIAGRAM... PRINTED CIRCUIT BARDS... SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS... REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST... REMTE CNTRL... 9 Copyright All rights reserved. This manual is copyrighted by YAMAHA and may not be copied or redistributed either in print or electronically without permission. P..Box, Hamamatsu, Japan '.
2 CD-S CD-S T SERVICE PERSNNEL. Critical Components Information Components having special characteristics are marked s and must be replaced with parts having specifications equal to those originally installed.. Leakage Current Measurement (For V Models nly) When service has been completed, it is imperative to verify that all exposed conductive surfaces are properly insulated from supply circuits. Meter impedance should be equivalent to ohms shunted by.µf. WALL UTLET EQUIPMENT UNDER TEST INSULATING TABLE AC LEAKAGE TESTER R EQUIVALENT Leakage current must not exceed.ma. Be sure to test for leakage with the AC plug in both polarities. WARNING: CHEMICAL CNTENT NTICE! This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer, or birth defects or other reproductive harm. D NT PLACE SLDER, ELECTRICAL/ELECTRNIC R PLASTIC CMPNENTS IN YUR MUTH FR ANY REASN WHAT S EVER! Avoid prolonged, unprotected contact between solder and your skin! When soldering, do not inhale solder fumes or expose eyes to solder/flux vapor! If you come in contact with solder or components located inside the enclosure of this product, wash your hands before handling food. About lead free solder / All of the P.C.B.s installed in this unit and solder joints are soldered using the lead free solder. Among some types of lead free solder currently available, it is recommended to use one of the following types for the repair work. Sn + Ag + Cu (tin + silver + copper) Sn + Cu (tin + copper) Sn + Zn + Bi (tin + zinc + bismuth) Caution: As the melting point temperature of the lead free solder is about C to C ( F to F) higher than that of the lead solder, be sure to use a soldering iron suitable to each solder. WARNING: Laser Safety This product contains a laser beam component. This component may emit invisible, as well as visible radiation, which may cause eye damage. To protect your eyes and skin from laser radiation, the following precautions must be used during servicing of the unit. ) When testing and/or repairing any component within the product, keep your eyes and skin more than cm away from the laser pick-up unit at all times. Do not stare at the laser beam at any time. ) Do not attempt to readjust, disassemble or repair the laser pick-up, unless noted elsewhere in this manual. ) CAUTIN : Use of controls, adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure. Laser Emitting conditions: ) When the top cover is removed, and the STANDBY/N SW is turned to the N position, the laser component will emit a beam for several seconds to detect if a disc is present. During this time (- sec.) the laser may radiate through the lens of the laser pick-up unit. Do not attempt any servicing during this period! If no disc is detected, the laser will stop emitting the beam. When a disc is loaded, you will not be exposed to any laser emissions. ) The laser power level can be adjusted with the VR on the pick-up PWB, however, this level has been set by the factory prior to shipping from the factory. Do not adjust this laser level control unless instruction is provided elsewhere in this manual. Adjustment of this control can increase the laser emission level from the device.
3 CD-S Laser Diode Properties Material: SA-CD CD Wavelength: SA-CD CD Semiconductor laser (AlGaInP) Semiconductor laser (AlGaAs) nm nm Laser utput: SA-CD CD mw (max.) mw (max.) CD-S CAUTIN - VISIBLE AND / R INVISIBLE LASER RADIATIN WHEN PEN. AVID EXPSURE T BEAM. VARNING - SYNLIG CH / ELLER SYNLIG LASERSTRÅLNING NÄR DENNA DEL ÄR ÖPPNAD. STRÅLEN ÄR FARLIG. VAR! AVATTAESSA LET ALTTIINA NÄKYVÄLLE JA / TAI NÄKYMÄTÖMÄLLE LASERSÄTEILYLLE. ÄLÄ KATS SÄTEESEEN. VARNING - SYNLIG CH / ELLER SYNLIG LASERSTRÅLNING NÄR DENNA DEL ÄR ÖPPNAD. BETRAKTA EJ STRÅLEN. VRSICHT! SICHTBARE UND / DER UNSICHTBARE LASERSTRAHLUNG WENN ABDECKUNG GEÖFFNET. NICHT DEM STRAHL AUSSETZEN. ATTENTIN - PADIATIN VISIBLE ET / U INVISIBLE LRSQUE L'APPAREIL EST UVERT. EVITEZ TUTE EXPSITIN AU FAISCEAU. B, G models CAUTIN - CLASS M LASER RADIATIN WHEN PEN D NT VIEW DIRECTLY WITH PTICAL INSTRUMENTS. Warning for power supply The primary side of the power supply carries live mains voltage when the player is connected to the mains even when the player is switched off! This primary area is not shielded so it is possible to accidentally touch copper tracks and/or components when servicing the player. Service personnel have to take precautions to prevent touching this area or components in this area. Note: The screws on the DVD mechanism may never be touched, removed or re-adjusted. Handle the DVD mechanism with care when the unit has to be exchanged! The DVD mechanism is very sensitive for dropping or giving shocks.
4 CD-S PREVENTIN F ELECTRSTATIC DISCHARGE CD-S Some semiconductor (solid state) devices can be damaged easily by static electricity. Such components commonly are called Electrostatically Sensitive (ES) Devices. Examples of typical ES devices are integrated circuits and some field-effect transistors and semiconductor chip components. The following techniques should be used to help reduce the incidence of component damage caused by electro static discharge (ESD).. Immediately before handling any semiconductor component or semiconductor-equipped assembly, drain off any ESD on your body by touching a known earth ground. Alternatively, obtain and wear a commercially available discharging ESD wrist strap, which should be removed for potential shock reasons prior to applying power to the unit under test.. After removing an electrical assembly equipped with ES devices, place the assembly on a conductive surface such as aluminum foil, to prevent electrostatic charge buildup or exposure of the assembly.. Use only a grounded-tip soldering iron to solder or unsolder ES devices.. Use only an anti-static solder removal device. Some solder removal devices not classified as anti-static (ESD protected) can generate electrical charge sufficient to damage ES devices.. Do not use freon-propelled chemicals. These can generate electrical charges sufficient to damage ES devices.. Do not remove a replacement ES device from its protective package until immediately before you are ready to install it. (Most replacement ES devices are packaged with leads electrically shorted together by conductive foam, aluminum foil or comparable conductive material).. Immediately before removing the protective material from the leads of a replacement ES divice, touch the protective material to the chassis or circuit assembly into which the device will be installed. CAUTIN: Be sure no power is applied to the chassis or circuit, and observe all other safety precautions.. Minimize bodily motions when handling unpackaged replacement ES devices. (therwise harmless motion such as brushing together of your fabric clothes or lifting of your foot from a carpeted floor can generate static electricity (ESD) sufficient to damage an ES device). Grounding for electrostatic breakdown prevention. Human body grounding. Use the antistatic wrist strap to discharge the static electricity from your body.. Work table grounding. Put a conductive material (sheet) or steel sheet on the area where the optical pickup is placed and ground the sheet. Caution: The static electricity of your clothes will not be grounded through the wrist strap. So take care not to let your clothes touch the optical pickup. Anti-static wrist strap M-ohms Conductive material (sheet) or steel sheet
8 CD-S CD-S REMTE CNTRL PANEL CDX SPECIFICATINS / Audio Section / Frequency Response / SA-CD... Hz to khz (- db) CD... Hz to khz Total Harmonic Distortion ( khz) /... % or less Signal to Noise Ratio / (IHF-A Network)... db or more Dynamic Range / SA-CD... db or more CD... db or more utput Level ( khz, db) /.... ±. V General / Power Supply / U, C models... AC V, Hz R, L models... AC ///- V, / Hz T model... AC V, Hz K model... AC V, Hz A model... AC V, Hz B, G models... AC V, Hz J model... AC V, / Hz Power Consumption U, C, R, T, K, A, B, G, L models... W J model... W ff-state Power Consumption... W Dimensions (W x H x D)... x x mm (-/ x -/ x -/ ) Weight... kg ( lbs. oz.) Finish Black color... U, C, R, T, K, A, B, G, L, J models Silver color... U, C, R, T, K, A, B, G, L, J models Accessories Remote control x, Battery (R, AA, UM-) x, Audio pin cable (. m) x, Power cable ( m) x * Specifications are subject to change without notice due to product improvements. U... U.S.A. model C... Canadian model R... General model T... Chinese model K... Korean model A... Australian model B... British model G... European model L... Singapore model J... Japanese model
9 CD-S DIMENSINS / (-/") (-/") (-/") (9/") (/") (-/") (-/") CD-S (-/") (-/") (/") Unit: mm (inch) INTERNAL VIEW PWER TRANSFRMER PWER () P.C.B. (R, L models) PWER () P.C.B. LADER UNIT AUDI P.C.B. DIGITAL () P.C.B. DIGITAL () P.C.B. PWER () P.C.B. 9 DIGITAL () P.C.B. DIGITAL () P.C.B. A DIGITAL () P.C.B. 9 A 9
10 CD-S CD-S DISASSEMBLY PRCEDURES / (Remove parts in the order as numbered.) Disconnect the power cable from the AC outlet.. Removal of Panel Side L/R a. Remove screws (), coned disc spring L and washer side. (Fig. ) b. Lift the panel side L a little, release hooks at locations and then remove the panel side L. (Fig. ) c. Remove screws () and then remove washers. (Fig. ) d. Lift the panel side R a little, release hooks at locations and remove the panel side R. (Fig. ). Removal of Top Cover a. Remove (U, C models) / (R, T, K, A, B, G, L models) screws (), screws () and screws (). (Fig. ) b. Remove the top cover. (Fig. ) Coned disc spring L Panel side L Hook Top cover Washer side Hook "PWER N / FF" switch U, C models Panel side R Hook Coned disc spring L Lid Front panel Washer side Fig.
11 CD-S. Removal of Front Panel a. Using a flatblade screwdriver, move the slider at the bottom in the direction of the arrow shown below. (Fig. ) * Tray lock will be released but will not come out. b. Push out the tray by pushing its rear. (Fig. ) c. Using a phillips screwdriver, remove screws () and then remove the lid. (Fig. ) d. Close the tray by pushing its front. e. Remove screws (). (Fig. ) f. Set the PWER N/FF switch to the N position. g. Remove the front panel forward gradually, using care not to cause any damage to the PWER N/FF switch. (Fig. ) CD-S Flatblade screwdriver Fig. Tray Fig.
12 CD-S CD-S. Removal of Front Frame ass y a. Remove screws (), screws (9) (B, G models) and then remove the frame top. (Fig. ) b. Remove 9 screws (). (Fig. ) c. Remove CB and CB9. (Fig. ) d. Remove the front frame ass y. (Fig. ) 9. Removal of AUDI P.C.B. a. Remove screws (A). (Fig. ) b. Remove screws (B). (Fig. ) c. Remove CB- and CB-. (Fig. ) * When installing CB and CB, be sure to connect the Blue/Black color cable to CB and the Red/Black cable to CB. Both connectors have same shape. d. Lift the front of AUDI P.C.B. and then remove it. (Fig. ) A B Frame top Frame mecha L E Loader unit G A CB 9 (B, G, J models) AUDI P.C.B. CB F Frame mecha R CB CB A C Support AUDI Push rivet Support F D Front frame ass'y CB CB D CB CB C CB9 CB9 Support F Push rivet Fig.
13 CD-S B Fig.. Removal of Loader Unit a. Remove screws (C) and then remove the support audio. (Fig. ) b. Remove CB-, CB and CB9. (Fig. ) c. Remove screws (D). (Fig. ) d. Remove push rivets and then remove support F on both sides of the loader unit. (Fig. ) e. Remove screws (E) and then the frame mecha L. (Fig. ) f. Remove screws (F) and then remove the frame mecha R. (Fig. ) g. Remove screws (G) and then remove the loader unit. (Fig. ) C D E F G When checking the AUDI P.C.B.: Put the rubber sheet and cloth over this unit. Then place the P.C.B.s upside down on the cloth and check it. (Fig. ) Reconnect all cables (connectors) that have been disconnected. Use to use the extension cable before connection the following connectors. AUDI P.C.B. CB DIGITAL P.C.B. CB P, mm P=. (MF) When connecting the flexible flat cable, be careful with polarity. In this unit, the ground of P.C.B.s shown below is connected to the rear panel and chassis. When these P.C.B.s are removed from the rear panel, connect the ground point to the rear panel or chassis, using a ground lead wire or the like. (Fig. ) When installing the Loader Unit: When installing the loader unit, adjust the clearance between the front panel and lid so that it becomes equal at the top, bottom, right and left.. Loosen screws (H) and screws (I). (Fig. ). Position the support F on both sides with its flat portion facing upward. (Fig. ). Viewing from the front, confirm the lid position. (Fig. ). Tighten the screws on the side with higher lid inclination (screws (I) in the case shown below). (Fig. ). Turn the support F on the side with lower lid inclination clockwise gradually until the lid is positioned horizontally. (Fig. ). With the lid adjusted at the horizontal position, tighten other screws (screws (H) in the case shown below). (Fig. ) To change the position upward at this time, loosen screws (I) and then turn the support F clockwise gradually. * Be sure to make adjustment from either side only.. Repeat opening and closing the tray some times and confirm to make sure that the same clearance between the front panel and lid is obtained at the top, bottom, right and left. H I I H I Rubber sheet and cloth AUDI P.C.B. ST Ground lead H Support F Flat portion H CB FG I Flat portion DIGITAL P.C.B. MF CB Lid Support F I Ground lead Fig. Fig.
14 CD-S. Removal of DIGITAL P.C.B. a. Remove screws (J). (Fig. ) b. Remove screws (K). (Fig. 9) c. Remove CB- and CB9. (Fig. ) d. Remove the DIGITAL P.C.B.. (Fig. ) J K L R, L models. Removal of PWER () P.C.B. (R and L models) a. Remove screws (L). (Fig. 9) b. Remove the PWER () P.C.B.. (Fig. ) 9. Removal of PWER () P.C.B. c. Remove screws (M). (Fig. ) b. Remove screws (N) and screws (). (Fig. 9) c. Remove CB, CB-, CB and CB (R, L models). (Fig. ) d. Remove the PWER () P.C.B.. (Fig. ) M N K N Fig. 9 Disassembly of Loader Unit PWER () P.C.B. (R, L models) M PWER () P.C.B. CB CB CB. Removal of Module Board a. Remove CN and CN. (Fig. ) b. Unlock CN and then disconnect the flexible flat cable, and ground the terminal face of the flexible flat cable with a clip or the like. (Fig. ) c. Remove screws (P). (Fig. ) d. Remove the module board. (Fig. ) P M CB (R, L models) J DIGITAL P.C.B. CB CB Locked J Flexible flat cable CN Module board Unlocked mm (/") Flexible flat cable Terminal side CB P P CN CN CN CN Clip Use a clip or other item to ground the unit. CB9 Fig. Fig.
15 CD-S. Removal of DVD Traverse Mechanism and Stepping Motor. * When installing a new DVD traverse mechanism, remove the solder from the shorted point of pick up unit using an electrostatic shielding soldering iron. a. Remove screws (Q) and then remove the clamp ass y. (Fig. ) b. Push out the tray by pushing its rear. (Fig. ) c. Remove screws (R). (Fig. ) d. Remove the DVD traverse mechanism together with the holder PU/SA-CD. (Fig. ) e. Remove screws (S) and then remove the DVD traverse mechanism. (Fig. ) f. Remove screws (T) and then remove the stepping motor. (Fig. ) Q R S T CD-S Clamp ass'y T Stepping motor Q Q S R DVD traverse mechanism Holder PU/SA-CD Tray Fig.
16 CD-S CD-S When installing a new Stepping Motor: Before installing a new stepping motor, apply grease to its screw. Recommended grease: PN-9 (Part No.: AAX9) a. Apply grease to the screw at points as shown below. (Fig. ) * Amount of grease to be applied: mg ± mg at points b. After applying grease, spread it evenly between A and B of the screw of the stepping motor. (Fig. ) * While spreading grease evenly, use full care not to cause damage to the screw. * If waste thread, dust, etc. is attached, remove it. c. Apply grease to the DVD traverse mechanism as shown below. (Fig. ) * Amount of grease to be applied: mg ± mg at point peration check after installing a new stepping motor After installing all parts, turn on the power and check for proper operation.. Load CD, repeat the search function between the first number and the last one some times so that the grease is settled.. Perform random playback and check for proper operation. Fig. Fig. Fig.
17 CD-S TEST MDE / Starting Test Mode To activate the TEST mode, set the PWER N/ FF switch to the N position while pressing the keys of this unit as shown below at the same time. CD-S "PWER N/FF" switch "PLAY" key "STP" key When the power is N Starting TEST mode TEST X Release the PLAY and STP keys. Firmware version of microprocessor is displayed. / perating Test Mode Press the DISPLAY key on the remote control, and the display changes in the order as shown below. TEST X Initial display / _ X The firmware version / The firmware version / The updating data / TEST X The firmware version of the module board is displayed. / The firmware version of the microprocessor and its updated data are displayed. / All segments N (dimmer %) / TEST X All segments FF / XXXXXXXXXX (Not applied to this model / )
18 CD-S UPDATING FIRMWARE / Writing to the microprocessor CD-S After replacing the following parts update the latest firmware according to the following procedure. DIGITAL P.C.B. Microprocessor (IC) of DIGITAL P.C.B. Required tools Program downloader programs... FlashSta.exe Firmware...CDSxx.S... CDSxx.id RSC cross cable D-sub 9 pin female (Specifications) RSC conversion jig (Part No.: AAX) Preparation and precautions before starting the operation Download firmware downloader program and firmware from the specified source to the same folder of the PC. Prepare the above specified RSC cross cable. While writing, keep the other application software on the PC closed. It is also recommended to keep the software on the task tray closed as well.
19 CD-S peration Procedures. Turn off the power of this unit and disconnect the power cable from the AC outlet.. Remove screws (). (Fig. ). Lift the panel side R a little, release hooks at locations and then remove the panel side R. (Fig. ). Connect the writing port of this unit to the serial port (RSC) of the PC with RSC cross cable, RSC conversion jig and flexible flat cable as shown below. (Fig. ) CD-S Writing port Flexible flat cable P Hook Reset switch RSC conversion jig Panel side R Coned disc spring L RSC cross cable Washer side "PWER N/FF" switch Fig.. Connect the power cable of this unit to the AC outlet. (Fig. ). While pressing the reset switch of RSC conversion jig, set the PWER N/FF switch of this unit to the N position. (Fig. ) 9
20 CD-S CD-S. Start up FlashSta.exe, the screen will appear as shown below. (Fig. ) Select Internal flash memory Select the port of RS-C Fig.. Select the port and data to be transmitted. (Fig. ) Select Program Select Internal flash memory RSC Select the port of RS-C * For selection of the port, CM to can be used. As CM or higher port cannot be used, select out of CM to of the setting on the PC side. 9. Click [Refer...]. And select the firmware name. (Fig. ) * The ID code and MCU type are loaded automatically when the file is selected. (Fig. ) Click [K]. (Fig. ) Click to open the window Fig.
21 CD-S. Click [E.P.R.], the screen appears as shown below. (Fig. ) Click [K] to start writing. (Fig. ) CD-S Writing being executed. Fig.. When the program transmission is completed, the screen appears as shown below. (Fig. ) Click [K] to end the procedure. (Fig. ) Fig.
22 CD-S CD-S. Set the PWER N/FF switch of this unit to the FF position.. Disconnect the power cable of this unit from the AC outlet.. End FlashSta. exe.. Disconnect the RSC cross cable, RSC conversion jig and flexible flat cable. Confirmation of firmware version Confirm the firmware is updated successfully from the test mode. For more information, refer to TEST MDE.. Connect the power cable of this unit to the AC outlet.. While pressing the PLAY and STP keys of this unit, set the PWER N/FF switch to the N position. Test mode is activated. (Fig. ). Press the DISPLAY key on the remote control, select the function to display the firmware version of the microprocessor. Check that the displayed firmware version is the same as written firmware version. Key of this unit / Set the PWER N/FF switch to the N position while pressing these keys. "PWER N/FF" switch "PLAY" key The updating data / "STP" key X The firmware version / Fig. * When the displayed firmware version is different from written firmware version, follow the steps from to of operation procedures again.
23 CD-S Writing to the Module Board After replacing the Module board with the replacement part, be sure to write the latest firmware. Required Tools Firmware CD * To make the firmware CD, download the latest firmware from the specified download source to PC. Firmware: SJAxxx.BIN CD-S peration Procedures CAUTIN: Do not turn off the power while updating the firmware.. Connect the power cable of this unit to the AC outlet.. Set the PWER N/FF switch of this unit to the N position. (Fig. ). Press the PEN/CLSE key of this unit to open the tray. (Fig. ) "PWER N/FF" switch "PEN/CLSE" key "PLAY" key Fig.. Put the firmware CD on the tray and close the tray. Then UPGRADE? is displayed. UPGRADE?. Press the PLAY key of this unit, and then writing of the firmware is started and UPGRADE flashes. Flashing /
24 CD-S CD-S. After about seconds, the tray opens automatically. Remove the firmware CD. * At this time, do not turn off the power as writing of the firmware is going on in this unit. * Writing takes about minute.. When writing is completed, the tray closes automatically.. After N DISC is displayed, set the PWER N/FF switch to the FF position. Confirmation of firmware version Confirm the firmware is updated successfully from the test mode. For more information, refer to TEST MDE.. Connect the power cable of this unit to the AC outlet.. While pressing the PLAY and STP keys of this unit, set the PWER N/FF switch to the N position. Test mode is activated. (Fig. ). Press the DISPLAY key on the remote control, select the function to display the firmware version of the module board. Check that the displayed firmware version is the same as written firmware version. Key of this unit / Set the PWER N/FF switch to the N position while pressing these keys. "PWER N/FF" switch "PLAY" key "STP" key _ The firmware version / Fig. * When the displayed firmware version is different from written firmware version, follow the steps from to of operation procedures again.
25 CD-S DISPLAY DATA V : -ST-GINK (DIGITAL () P.C.B.) CD-S PIN CNNECTIN Pin No. 9 9 Connection NX NX NX NX NX NX NX NX NX NX NX NX NX NX G QG NP NP F Pin No. 9 Connection VDD SC RESET CS CP DA TSA TSB NX NX NX NX NX NX NX NX NX NX Pin No. 9 Connection F NP NP LGND PGND VH Note: ) F, F... Filament ) NP... No pin ) NX... No extended pin ) DL... Datum line ) LGND... Logic GND pin ) PGND... Power GND pin ) VH... High voltage supply pin ) VDD... Logic voltage supply pin 9) CP... Shift register clock ) DA... Serial data input ) TSA, B... Test pin ) CS... Chip select input pin ) SC... Pin for self-oscillation ) RESET... Reset input ) QG... Driver output port ) G... Grid GRID ASSIGNMENT G G G G G G G G G 9G G G G ANDE CNNECTIN G to G G G to G G G to G G D D - - D D - - D D D D - - D D - - D D D - D9 - D D D - - D D D D - - D D - - G to G D9 D - - D D - - D - D - D - D - D - D - D - D9 -
26 CD-S IC DATA CD-S IC: MFAPFP (DIGITAL () P.C.B.) Single-chip -bit microprocessor Port P Port P Port P Port P Port P Port P Port P Peripheral function Timer (-bit) Input (timer A) x utput (timer B) x Watchdog timer (-bit) DMAC (-channel) A/D converter (-bit X -channel) UART or clock synchronous type serial I/ (-channel) CRC arithmetic circuit (CCITT) (Polynomial : X +X +X +) RH RH MC/ series Microprocessor core R R A A A FB FB RL RL SB USP ISP INTB PC FLG System clock generator XIN-XUT XCIN-XCUT Memory RM (Note ) RAM (Note ) Multiplier Port P Port P9 Port P_ Port P Port P Note : RM contents vary depending on types. Note : RAM contents vary depending on types. TP9 TP9 TP9 RELAY_MUTE TP99 TP TP ACK XREADY SPDIF_RQ DVDRST KEY KEY KEY AVSS VDET VREFF VCC DVDPWER SCLK MDATA SDATA RTS DAC_SCLK/CTS RXD DAC_S/TXD CLAMP_SW CLAMP_SW TRAY_SW (TRAY_SW) TRAY_SW TRAY_SW BYTE CNVSS XCIN XCUT /RESET XUT VSS XIN VCC IR S/S CLAMP_MTR CLAMP_MTR TRAY_MTR TRAY_MTR VSS FL_CS VCC FL_RES SACD_LED PUREDIRECT_LED PWER_LED FL_CLK FL_DATA DAC_RESET DAC_XCS DAC_XCS AMUTE MFAPFP
27 CD-S No Port Name P9_/ANEX P9_/ANEX P9_ P9_ P9_/TBIN P9_/TBIN P9_/TBIN BYTE CNVSS P_/XCIN P_/XCUT /RESET XUT VSS XIN VCC P_/NMI P_/INT P_/INT P_/INT P_ P_ P_ P_ P_/TAIN P_/TAUT P_/CTS/RTS/TAIN P_/CLK/TAUT P_/RXD/SCL/TAIN P_/TXD/SDA/TAUT P_/TXD/SDA P_/RXD/SCL P_/CLK P_/CTS/RTS/CTS/CLKS P_/TXD/SDA P_/RXD/SCL P_/CLK P_/CTS/RTS P_/RDY/CLKUT P_/ALE P_/HLD P_/HLDA P_/BCLK P_/RD P_/WRH/BHE P_/WRL/WR P_/CS P_/CS P_/CS P_/CS P_/A9 P_/A P_/A P_/A P_/A P_/A Function Name CLAMP_SW CLAMP_SW TRAY_SW TRAY_SW TRAY_SW TRAY_SW /RESET XUT VSS XIN VCC IR S/S CLAMP_MTR CLAMP_MTR TRAY_MTR TRAY_MTR FL_CLK FL_DATA DAC_S RXD DAC_SCLK RTS SDATA MDATA SCLK DVDPWER XDVDRST SPDIF_RQ XREADY ACK RELAY_MUTE AMUTE DAC_XCS DAC_XCS DAC_RESET I/ I I I I I I I I I I I I Detail of Function Clamp SW Clamp SW Tray SW / Loader mechanism specification confirm Tray SW Tray SW GND Usually GND but VCC when writing FLASH GND Pull-up resistor required GND when writing FLASH Remote control Clamp motor Clamp motor Tray motor Tray motor FL control FL control TxD for DAC control / Rewriting FLASH commonly used RxD for rewriting FLASH commonly used CTS for DAC control / Rewriting FLASH commonly used RTS for rewriting FLASH commonly used MDULE control MDULE control MDULE control MDULE control GND when writing FLASH MDULE control MDULE control MDULE control MDULE control VCC when writing FLASH output RELAY Analog mute DAC control DAC control DAC control CD-S
28 CD-S CD-S No. Port Name Function Name I/ P_/A P_/A P_/A P_/A P_/A9 VCC P_/A VSS P_/A P_/A P_/A P_/A P_/A P_/A P_/A P_/A P_/D P_/D/INT P_/D/INT P_/D P_/D P_/D P_/D9 P_/D P_/AN_/D P_/AN_/D P_/AN_/D P_/AN_/D P_/AN_/D P_/AN_/D P_/AN_/D P_/AN_/D P_/AN/KI P_/AN/KI P_/AN/KI P_/AN/KI P_/AN P_/AN P_/AN AVSS P_/AN VREFF AVCC P9_/ADTRG PWER_LED PUREDIRECT_LED SACD_LED FL_RES FL_CS GND TP9 TP9 TP9 LAD- TP99 LAD+ TP TP KEY KEY KEY GND VDET VREFF VCC I I I I I I Detail of Function Indicator of power supply Indicator of pure direct Indicator of SACD FL control FL control Test point Test point Test point LAD- monitor Test point LAD+ monitor Test point Test point Analog input Analog input Analog input MDULE control Key detection for AD port Key input (A/D) pull-up resistance k-ohms hm V KEY (9 pin) KEY (9 pin) KEY (9 pin) + -. STP PLAY PURE DIRECT + k. -. PAUSE SEARCH+/SKIP+ SA-CD/CD +.k. -. PEN/CLSE SEARCH-/SKIP-
29 CD-S PIN CNNECTIN DIAGRAMS ICs BACCT BD9G-TR LB LME9MA CD-S MFAPFP NEDR NJMFA NJMLUA : INPUT : GND : UTPUT : UTPUT : GND : INPUT NJMMFA PCM9DBR PQESMXP TCVHCF TCHCTAF : IN : GND : UT TCVHCF TCSHF TSSTF TCWUF Diodes SS MA.V MA-H.9V MA-M.V MA-M.V MA-L.9V MA-L.V MA-M.V RBV- Cathode Anode DSBN- + RSM-B-C-J SNB A V AC AC AC AC + ACAC + 9
30 CD-S Transistors CD-S SAK SA SCK SC9 C B E E C B C B E SC E C B SA-GR,BL SD9F SC-GR,BL C B E SD SCA SC SK-Y DTAEKA DTCEKA KTC9 G B C E S D : GND : IN : UT B C E
31 A B C D E F G H I J CD-S BLCK DIAGRAM MDULE BARD IC IC9, IC AUDI See page SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM IC PCM9ADBR NEDR IC NEDR Q9, AUDI PJ IC IC, IC LADER UNIT IC IC PCM9ADBR NEDR IC AUDI NEDR Q, PJ MUTE PWER - IC +B PWER TRANSFRMER U PJ IC DUT CLAMP/TRAY KEY- - MICRPRCESSR MFAPFP C D D D C, C SW-, D PANEL LEDs U V + IC +V C, D C, 9 FL/FL PWER N/FF DIGITAL See page SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM AC IN Power Switch Unit See page SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM PWER
32 A B C D E F G H I J CD-S PRINTED CIRCUIT BARDS DIGITAL () P.C.B. (Side A) Semiconductor Location Ref no. Location Ref no. Location IC F IC G Writing port CB DIGITAL () (CB9) DGND FL_CLK FL_CS KEY LED_PWER IR LED_PDIRECT DGND FL_RESET FL_DATA KEY + KEY + +D CB LED_SACD S TRAY CLSE CLAMP MTR- S UNCLAMP TRAY_SW S TRAY_PEN CLAMP MTR+ S CLAMP ACFL ACFL FLGND FLGND MDULE board CB PTICAL CAXIAL DIGITAL UT TEST TRUT TRIN TRGAIN SPDIF_RQ TRKUP DVDMUTE VDET GNDD GNDD ACK MDATA SDATA SCLK XREADY DVDRST DVDPWER GNDD GNDD GUT GNDD GNDD GNDM GNDM VPR+M VPR+M VPR+ VPR+ VDVD+ CB CB W IC IC W9 LAD- LAD+ TRAIN_SW GND TRUT_SW MDULE board AUDI (CB) DGND DGND + DAC_XCS DAC_XCS DAC_S DAC_SCLK DAC_RESET MUTE READY_MUTE + DGND MGND +M +M + DGND PWER () (CB) LADING MTR- LADING MTR+ FLGND ACFL ACFL + DGND MUTE_PWER + + DGND DGND PWER () (CB)
33 A B C D E F G H I J CD-S DIGITAL () P.C.B. (Side B) IC PINT A- XL (Pin of IC) IC IC A- IC A- IC PINT A- / Pin, / Pin of IC IC pin IC pin AC cable N AC cable FF IC IC pin IC pin AC cable N Semiconductor Location Ref no. Location Ref no. Location D H IC D D E IC F D E IC D D G IC E D E IC H D E IC C D9 F Q E D F Q E
34 A B C D E F G H I J CD-S Semiconductor Location (Side A) DIGITAL () P.C.B. (Side A) DIGITAL () P.C.B. Ref no. Location D G Ref no. Location D C D D (Side A) DIGITAL () P.C.B. FLGND + ACFL + + KEY KEY FL_DATA FL_RESET DGND PWER indicator FLGND ACFL LED_SACD IR LED_PDIRECT LED_PWER KEY FL_CS FL_CLK DGND LED_PWER + WB CB (Side A) DIGITAL () P.C.B. DIGITAL () (CB) FLGND ACFL CLAMP MTR+ TRAY_SW LED_SACD + LED_PDIRECT LED_PWER IR FL_CLK FL_CS KEY DGND ACFL FLGND S UNCLAMP S TRAY_PEN S CLAMP +D S TRAY CLSE FL_DATA DGND FL_RESET + LED_SACD/CD LED_PDIRECT LED_PWER KEY + IR DGND W + KEY + KEY CB9 CB9 (Side A) DIGITAL () P.C.B. PURE DIRECT SA-CD/CD CB9 + LED_SACD/CD LED_PDIRECT LED_PWER KEY + IR DGND CB WA DGND FL_RESET KEY FL_DATA + KEY + + ACFL FLGND S TRAY PEN CLAMP MTR+ S CLAMP S TRAY SW CLAMP MTR- CMMN S TRAY CLSE S UNCLAMP DGND FL_CLK KEY FL_CS LED_SACD FLGND ACFL LADER UNIT LED_PWER LED_PDIRECT IR PURE DIRECT indicator SA-CD/CD indicator + LED_PWER
35 A B C D E F G H I J CD-S DIGITAL () P.C.B. (Side B) DIGITAL () P.C.B. (Side B) DIGITAL () P.C.B. (Side B) DIGITAL () P.C.B. (Side B) DIGITAL () P.C.B. (Side B) IC Semiconductor Location Ref no. Location Ref no. Location D D Q D IC B Q B Q B Q D Q C
36 A B C D E F G H I J CD-S MDULE board AUDI P.C.B. (Side A) DSDPCM XCS DGND SCL XCS SD BCLK/DSDCLK R_DATA DATA/L_DATA LRCK MCLK GNDD GNDD GNDD GNDD GNDD GNDD CB IC9 ANALG UT L ANALG UT R IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC CB IC IC IC IC IC 9 CB CB +VL AGND -VL PWER () (CB) +VR AGND -VR PWER () (CB9) IC DIGITAL () (CB) DGND DGND + DAC_XCS DAC_XCS DAC_S DAC_SCLK DAC_RESET MUTE READY_MUTE + DGND Semiconductor Location Ref no. Location Ref no. Location Ref no. Location Ref no. Location Ref no. Location D I IC H IC D Q C Q H D I IC H IC9 F Q I Q9 I IC G IC H IC F Q I Q I IC G IC E IC F Q I IC D IC D IC F Q I IC G IC E Q C Q H
37 A B C D E F G H I J CD-S AUDI P.C.B. (Side B) Semiconductor Location Ref no. Location D I D I D I D I Q H Q H Q9 C Q C Q C Q C
38 A B C D E F G H I J CD-S DIGITAL () (W) PWER () P.C.B. (Side A) DGND + + +M MGND PWER TRANSFRMER ACFL ACFL AC IN VCC IC GND UT DGND + + DGND MUTE_PWER DGND + ACFL ACFL FLGND LADING MTR+ LADING MTR- CB IC IN CM UT UT CM GND IC CB IC IN DGND UT CB CB PWER () (CB) DIGITAL () (W9) CB WB WA AUDI (CB) A+L AGND A-L CB WA BRWN RANGE WA R, L models PWER () (WB) PWER () (WB) CB WA CB CB GRAY PWER () (WB) AUDI (CB) A+R AGND A-R CB CB9 WA RED CB WA YELLW PWER () (WB) PWER () (WB) LADER UNIT LADING MTR+ LADING MTR- Semiconductor Location Ref no. Location Ref no. Location Ref no. Location D F IC C Q C D F IC E Q C D F IC C Q C D F IC E Q C D G Q C PWER TRANSFRMER AGNDL AGNDR R, L models V V V PWER TRANSFRMER V U, C, T, K, A, B, G, J models PWER TRANSFRMER
39 A B C D E F G H I J CD-S PWER () P.C.B. (Side B) IC IN CN UT Semiconductor Location Ref no. Location Ref no. Location Ref no. Location Ref no. Location Ref no. Location D E D C D C D C Q C D D D G D C D C Q C D9 C D C D9 C D D Q C D C D E D C IC D Q B D C D C D C Q C Q C 9
40 A B C D E F G H I J CD-S PWER () P.C.B. (Side A) PWER () P.C.B. (Side A) R, L models VLTAGE SELECTR PWER () (WA, WB) V V CB - V P V WB WB WB WB WB PWER N/FF switch CB PWER () (WA, WA, WA, WA, WA) PWER () P.C.B. (Side B) PWER () P.C.B. (Side B) R, L models
41 A B C D E F G H I J K L M N SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS DIGITAL / CD-S CB W Page M to PWER ()_CB To MDULE board IC.... IC... MICRPRCESSR IC. IC. IC. IC IC IC 9. CB 9 IC. To MDULE board CB A- A- IC. Page C to DIGITAL ()_CB9 IC: TCWUF Triple inverter A V CC.... Y A Y A CB GND Y Page B to AUDI_CB CB IC, : TCHCTAF Quad -input AND gate A B Y Vcc B A A Y B B IC Writing port Y GND 9 A Y MTR DRIVER MTR DRIVER IC IC W9 -. IC: BD9G-TR Voltage detector IC Page M to PWER ()_CB -.. BUFFER AMP IC..... PTICAL DIGITAL UT Vref VDD + Vout N.C. IC.. CAXIAL GND N.C. DIGITAL () IC, : LB Motor driver P UT VCC UT P VCC 9 9 PINT A- XL (Pin of IC) PINT A- / Pin, / Pin of IC IC: MFAPFP Single-chip -bit microprocessor Port P Port P Port P Port P Port P Port P Port P IC: TSSTF -input NAND gate IN B IN A GND V CC UT Y IN INPUT LGIC IN GND PRE DRIVER VZ IC pin IC pin AC cable N AC cable FF AC cable N Peripheral function Timer (-bit) Input (timer A) x utput (timer B) x Watchdog timer (-bit) DMAC (-channel) A/D converter (-bit X -channel) UART or clock synchronous type serial I/ (-channel) CRC arithmetic circuit (CCITT) (Polynomial : X +X +X +) RH RH MC/ series Microprocessor core RL RL R R A A A FB FB SB USP ISP INTB PC FLG System clock generator XIN-XUT XCIN-XCUT Memory RM (Note ) RAM (Note ) Multiplier Port P Port P9 Port P_ Port P Port P All voltages are measured with a MΩ/V DC electronic voltmeter. Components having special characteristics are marked s and must be replaced with parts having specifications equal to those originally installed. Schematic diagram is subject to change without notice. RM contents vary depending on types. RAM contents vary depending on types.
42 A B C D E F G H I J K L M N CD-S DIGITAL / DIGITAL () CB Page H to DIGITAL ()_CB9 W CB WA WB...9. SAN-PH.. DIGITAL () Key detection for AD port Key INPUT (A/D) pull-up resistance k-ohms hm V KEY (9 pin) KEY (9 pin) KEY (9 pin) +. STP PLAY PURE DIRECT + k.. PAUSE SEARCH+/SKIP+ SA-CD/CD +. k.. PEN/CLSE SEARCH-/SKIP- IC DIGITAL () 9 IC: TCSHF -input AND gate All voltages are measured with a MΩ/V DC electronic voltmeter. Components having special characteristics are marked s and must be replaced with parts having specifications equal to those originally installed. Schematic diagram is subject to change without notice. IN B IN A GND V CC UT Y A B Y L L L L H L H L L H H H
43 A B C D E F G H I J K L M N CD-S DIGITAL / DIGITAL () CB9 CB9 Page B to DIGITAL ()_CB Page L to DIGITAL ()_CB CB9 To LADER unit 9 All voltages are measured with a MΩ/V DC electronic voltmeter. Components having special characteristics are marked s and must be replaced with parts having specifications equal to those originally installed. Schematic diagram is subject to change without notice.
44 A B C D E F G H I J K L M N CD-S AUDI... IC.. Page J to PWER ()_CB CB IC IC.9. IC -. BUFFER AMP IC -. UT L -. ANALG UT L CD IN.. IC IC To MDULE board... IC IC D/A CNVERTER IC IC -. Page B to DIGITAL ()_CB CB 9.. IC IC IC IC IC IC IC PCM/DSD SELECTR I/V CNVERTER IC -.. IC IC IC.9. IC IC BUFFER AMP ANALG UT R IC, : PQESMXP Low power loss regulator DC input (Vin) DC output (Vo) IC: TCVHCF Quad -channel multiplexer SELECT A B Y A B Y GND ASG B Y A B A B Y A YYB Vcc ST A B Y A B 9 IC GND Y ST H L L L L X: Don't care Inputs SELECT X L L H H A X L H X X B X X X L H utput L L H L H... IC, : TCVHCF Quad -input AND gate.. A Vcc B B CB.. D/A CNVERTER IC IC -. IC,, 9-: NEDR Dual low-noise operational amplifiers Y A B Y GND A Y B 9 A Y A L L H H B L H L H Y L L L H Page J to PWER ()_CB9 CB IC IC DIFFERENTIAL AMP IN+ IN pf pf pf pf VCC+ Ω UT Ω Ω VCC UT IN IN+ V CC V CC+ UT IN IN+ 9 IC, : PCM9DBR Audio stereo digital-to-analog converter IC, : LME9MA Dual high fidelity audio operational amplifier UTPUT A V + LRCK I UTL- BCK DATA Audio Data Input I/F Current Segment DAC I UTL+ VUTL INVERTING INPUT A UTPUT B All voltages are measured with a MΩ/V DC electronic voltmeter. Components having special characteristics are marked s and must be replaced with parts having specifications equal to those originally installed. Schematic diagram is subject to change without notice. RST MD MDI MC MS MSEL ZERL ZERR Function Control I/F Zero Detect x versampling Digital Filter and Function Control System Clock Manager SCK Advanced Bias Segment and DAC Vref Modulator Current Segment DAC Power Supply DGND VDD AGND AGND AGNDL AGNDR VCC VCM L I REF VCM R I UTR- I UTR+ VCCL VCCR I/V and Filter I/V and Filter VUTR ZERL ZERR MSEL LRCK DATA BCK SCK DGND V DD MS MDI MC MD RST 9 9 V CC L AGNDL I UT L- I UT L+ AGND V CC V CM L V CM R I REF AGND I UT R- I UT R+ AGNDR V CC R NN-INVERTING INPUT A V - A B INVERTING INPUT B NN-INVERTING INPUT B
45 A B C D E F G H I J K L M N CD-S PWER CB Page B to AUDI_CB PWER () R, L models R, L models CB WB WA R, L models -. WB WB WA WA CB. WB WB WA WA AC VLTAGE SELECTR CB PWER TRANSFRMER CB9 Page B to AUDI_CB PWER N/FF PWER ().. PWER () CB CB... IC.... IC... IC. WA WB CB CB AC9.9.. Page L to DIGITAL ()_W CB CB CB AC. REGULATR AC IN PWER TRANSFRMER AC. AC..... IC... IC U, C, T, K, A, B, G, J models CB Page B to DIGITAL ()_W9. To LADER unit CB 9 IC: NJMMFA -terminal positive voltage regulator IC: NJMFA -terminal voltage regulator IC: NJMLUA -terminal positive voltage regulator IC: PQESMXP Low power loss regulator IC: BACCT A low dropout voltage regulator IN UT INPUT UTPUT VIN VUT DC input (Vin) DC output (Vo) IC GND Vcc Vref Driver VUT All voltages are measured with a MΩ/V DC electronic voltmeter. Components having special characteristics are marked s and must be replaced with parts having specifications equal to those originally installed. Schematic diagram is subject to change without notice. VP TSD CP GND GND GND GND
46 CD-S REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST ELECTRICAL CMPNENT PARTS WARNING Components having special characteristics are marked s and must be replaced with parts having specifications equal to those originally installed. The chip resistor is not supplied as a replacement part. * When a chip resistor is necessary, use the following part. AAX: CHIP RESISTR SAMPLE BK s ABBREVIATINS IN THIS LIST ARE AS FLLWS: C.A.EL.CHP : CHIP ALUMI.ELECTRLYTIC CAP L.EMIT : LIGHT EMITTING MDULE C.CE : CERAMIC CAP LED.DSPLY : LED DISPLAY C.CE.ARRAY : CERAMIC CAP ARRAY LED.INFRD : LED,INFRARED C.CE.CHP : CHIP CERAMIC CAP MDUL.RF : MDULATR,RF C.CE.ML : MULTILAYER CERAMIC CAP PHT.CPL : PHT CUPLER C.CE.M.CHP : CHIP MULTILAYER CERAMIC CAP PHT.INTR : PHT INTERRUPTER C.CE.SAFTY : RECGNIZED CERAMIC CAP PHT.RFLCT : PHT REFLECTR C.CE.TUBLR : CERAMIC TUBULAR CAP PIN.TEST : PIN,TEST PINT C.CE.SMI : SEMI CNDUCTIVE CERAMIC CAP PLST.RIVET : PLASTIC RIVET C.EL : ELECTRLYTIC CAP R.ARRAY : RESISTR ARRAY C.MICA : MICA CAP R.CAR. : CARBN RESISTR C.ML.FLM : MULTILAYER FILM CAP R.CAR.CHP : CHIP RESISTR C.MP : METALLIZED PAPER CAP R.CAR.FP : FLAME PRF CARBN RESISTR C.MYLAR : MYLAR FILM CAP R.FUS : FUSABLE RESISTR C.MYLAR.ML : MULTILAYER MYLAR FILM CAP R.MTL.CHP : CHIP METAL FILM RESISTR C.PAPER : PAPER CAPACITR R.MTL.FLM : METAL FILM RESISTR C.PLS : PLYSTYRENE FILM CAP R.MTL.XD : METAL XIDE FILM RESISTR C.PL : PLYESTER FILM CAP R.MTL.PLAT : METAL PLATE RESISTR C.PLY : PLYETHYLENE FILM CAP RSNR.CE : CERAMIC RESNATR C.PP : PLYPRPYLENE FILM CAP RSNR.CRYS : CRYSTAL RESNATR C.TNTL : TANTALUM CAP R.TW.CEM : TWIN CEMENT FIXED RESISTR C.TNTL.CHP : CHIP TANTALUM CAP R.CEMENT : CEMENT RESISTR C.TRIM : TRIMMER CAP SCR.BND.HD : BIND HEAD B-TIGHT SCREW CN : CNNECTR SCR.BW.HD : BW HEAD TAPPING SCREW CN.BS.PIN : CNNECTR,BASE PIN SCR.CUP : CUP TIGHT SCREW CN.CANNN : CNNECTR,CANNN SCR.TERM : SCREW TERMINAL CN.DIN : CNNECTR,DIN SCR.TR : SCREW,TRANSISTR CN.FLAT : CNNECTR,FLAT CABLE SUPRT.PCB : SUPPRT,P.C.B. CN.PST : CNNECTR,BASE PST SURG.PRTCT : SURGE PRTECTR CIL.MX.AM : CIL,AM MIX SW.TACT : TACT SWITCH CIL.AT.FM : CIL,FM ANTENNA SW.LEAF : LEAF SWITCH CIL.DT.FM : CIL,FM DETECT SW.LEVER : LEVER SWITCH CIL.MX.FM : CIL,FM MIX SW.MICR : MICR SWITCH CIL,UTPT : UTPUT CIL SW.PUSH : PUSH SWITCH DID.ARRAY : DIDE ARRAY SW.RT.ENC : RTARY ENCDER DIDE.BRG : DIDE BRIDGE SW.RT.MTR : RTARY SWITCH WITH MTR DIDE.CHP : CHIP DIDE SW.RT : RTARY SWITCH DIDE.VAR : VARACTR DIDE SW.SLIDE : SLIDE SWITCH DID.Z.CHP : CHIP ZENER DIDE TERM.SP : SPEAKER TERMINAL DIDE.ZENR : ZENER DIDE TERM.WRAP : WRAPPING TERMINAL DSCR.CE : CERAMIC DISCRIMINATR THRMST.CHP : CHIP THERMISTR FER.BEAD : FERRITE BEADS TR.CHP : CHIP TRANSISTR FER.CRE : FERRITE CRE TR.DGT : DIGITAL TRANSISTR FET.CHP : CHIP FET TR.DGT.CHP : CHIP DIGITAL TRANSISTR FL.DSPLY : FLURESCENT DISPLAY TRANS : TRANSFRMER FLTR.CE : CERAMIC FILTER TRANS.PULS : PULSE TRANSFRMER FLTR.CMB : CMB FILTER MDULE TRANS.PWR : PWER TRANSFRMER ASS Y FLTR.LC.RF : LC FILTER,EMI TUNER.AM : TUNER PACK,AM GND.MTL : GRUND PLATE TUNER.FM : TUNER PACK,FM GND.TERM : GRUND TERMINAL TUNER.PK : FRNT-ENDTUNER PACK HLDER.FUS : FUSE HLDER VR : RTARY PTENTIMETER IC.PRTCT : IC PRTECTR VR.MTR : PTENTIMETER WITH MTR JUMPER.CN : JUMPER CNNECTR VR.SW : PTENTIMETER WITH RTARY SW JUMPER.TST : JUMPER,TEST PINT VR.SLIDE : SLIDE PTENTIMETER L.DTCT : LIGHT DETECTING MDULE VR.TRIM : TRIMMER PTENTIMETER CD-S
47 CD-S P.C.B. DIGITAL CD-S New Parts
48 CD-S P.C.B. DIGITAL and P.C.B. AUDI CD-S New Parts 9
49 CD-S P.C.B. AUDI CD-S New Parts
50 CD-S P.C.B. AUDI CD-S New Parts
51 CD-S P.C.B. AUDI and P.C.B. PWER CD-S New Parts
53 A B C D E F G H I J CD-S VERALL ASS Y - U, C models R, L models () - - Loader Unit () - - (L) - () - - () - () 9 () - () () () () (R) () - ()
54 CD-S s s s s s s s s s s s s s s New Parts New Parts
55 A B C D E F G H I J CD-S LADER UNIT () New Parts
56 CD-S REMTE CNTRL SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM PANEL KEY LAYUT KEY CDE VDD C + uf/v C.uF C C U SCP GND P P XT VDD P P P 9 X.MHz 9 XT P P P P P P P P P P P K K K K K K K K K K K K K9 K K K K K K K K K9 K K K K K K K K K9 K R ohms R ohms IR-LED IR Q KTCS 9 9 No. 9 9 Customer code Data code D E A 9 F D C B Function SA-CD/CD PURE DIRECT PEN/CLSE DIMMER DISPLAY 9 ENTER CLEAR REPEAT PRGRAM RANDM E (SEARCH-) R (SEARCH+) D (PAUSE) T (SKIP-) W (PLAY) Y (SKIP+) A (STP)
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