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Comments to date: 7. Page 1 of 1. Average Rating:
Master600e 11:20am on Tuesday, November 2nd, 2010 
Correct scan line problem....replace screen....cost $1065. Not Samsung problem as product was just over one year three months old and out of warranty.
Uptown Grill 11:17am on Wednesday, October 20th, 2010 
When this samsung TV arrived our house, every member of my family where particularly amazed by its large size. Amazing quality picture @ 100,000:1 contrast ratio.
williamsg4713 2:13am on Friday, September 3rd, 2010 
BEAUTIFUL What a beautiful tv. The look of it alone not even on is awesome. I love the red outer shell to it, it is a great addition to the tv. A great TV in a nice package with extra features I scoured the reviews before making this purchase, so I hope this helps contribute to your decision.
iam_khan 3:19pm on Monday, August 9th, 2010 
If you are as big of a sports enthusiastic as I am you would really want a truly high definition TV to watch the big games and the best one for that i...
GrahamK 2:11pm on Saturday, July 17th, 2010 
This was the first HDTV we had. It is true, the picture will blow your mind! We bought it off of Amazon.com. We paid $1,350 for it.
jeff.giedt 7:06pm on Monday, June 21st, 2010 
I bought this tv about a yea ago. It was my first HD tv and I did my homework before buying. I knew I wanted a Sony or Samsung. Bought it in Feb 2010. Extremely satisfied. It is one of the best TVs out there for a decent price. Thanks. I purchased this TV in Jan 2010 and have been using it for the last several months.
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Samsung makes the best TV's. BuyDig makes it easy to buy. All the connections options I could ever need","Energy Efficient". This is a very high quality HD LCD TV. The picture is very sharp, particularily the HD channels. Setup was very easy. Great Picture Quality","Great Sound Quality","Outstanding picture clarity/resolution","Setup is as easy as it gets

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NUR WENN NETZSCHALTER BESTUECKT ONLY IF MAINS SWITCH IS FITTED SEUL.SI INTERR.SECTEUR EST MONTE SOLO QUANDO L'INTERR.DI RETE E' MONTATO SOLO CUANDO EL INTERR. DE RED ESTA' EQUIPADO ENTFAELLT WENN NETZSCHALTER BESTUECKT NOT FITTED IF MAINS SWITCH IS FITTED N' EXISTE PAS SI INTERR.SECTEUR EST MONTE MANCA QUANDO L'INTERR.DI RETE E' MONTATO NO EXISTE CUANDO EL INTERR.DE RED ESTA' EQUIPADO NUR WENN IR- EMPFAENGER BESTUECKT ONLY IF IR RECEIVER IS FITTED SEUL.SI RECEPTEUR IR EST MONTE SOLO QUANDO IL RICEVITORE IR E' MONTATO SOLO CUANDO EL RECEPTOR IR ESTA EQUIPADO ENTFAELLT WENN IR-EMPFAENGER BESTUECKT NOT FITTED IF IR RECEIVER IS FITTED N'EXISTE PAS SI REC.IR EST MONTE MANCA QUANDO L'INTERR.DI RETE E' MONTATO NO EXISTE CUANDO EL RECEPTOR IR ESTA EQUIPADO NUR WENN KH-BUCHSE BESTUECKT ONLY WITH HEADPHONE SOCKET IS FITTED SEUL.SI DOUILLE ECOUTEUR EST MONTE SOLO QUANDO E' MONTATA LA PRESA CUFFIA SOLO CUANDO EL ENCHUFE DE AURIC.ESTA EQUIPADO ENTFAELLT WENN KH-BUCHSE BESTUECKT NOT FITTED IF HEADPHONE SOCKET IS FITTED N'EXISTE PAS SI DOUILLE EC.EST MONTE MANCA QUANDO E' MONTATA LA PRESA CUFFIA NO EXISTE CUANDO EL ENCHUFE DE AURIC.ESTA EQUIPADO NUR BEI NTSC ONLY WITH NTSC SEUL.POUR NTSC SOLO CON NTSC SOLO CON NTSC ENTFAELLT BEI NTSC NOT FITTED ON NTSC N'EXISTE PAS POUR NTSC MANCA NELLA VERS. NTSC NO EXISTE CON NTSC NUR BEI FR ONLY WITH FR SEUL.POUR FR SOLO NELLA VERS.FR SOLO CON FR ENTFAELLT BEI FR NOT FITTED ON FR N'EXISTE PAS POUR FR MANCA NELLA VERS.FR NO EXISTE EN FR NUR BEI OITR ONLY WITH OIRT SEUL.POUR OIRT SOLO NELLA VERS.OIRT SOLO CON OIRT ENTFAELLT BEI OIRT NOT FITTED ON OIRT N'EXISTE PAS POUR OIRT MANCA NELLA VERS.OIRT NO EXISTE EN OIRT NUR BEI 37CM ONLY WITH 37CM SEUL.POUR 37CM SOLO NELLA VERS.37CM SOLO CON 37CM ENTFAELLT BEI 37CM NOT FITTED ON 37CM N'EXISTE PAS POUR 37CM MANCA NELLA VERS.37CM NO EXISTE EN 37CM NUR BEI FR/OIRT ONLY WITH FR/OIRT SEUL.POUR FR/OIRT SOLO NELLA VERS.FR/OIRT SOLO CON FR/OIRT ENTFAELLT BEI FR/OIRT NOT FITTED ON FR/OIRT N'EXISTE PAS POUR FR/OIRT MANCA NELLA VERS.FR/OIRT NO EXISTE EN FR/OIRT NUR BEI GB ONLY WITH GB SEUL.POUR GB SOLO NELLA VERS.GB SOLO CON GB
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Tableaux des normes et des canaux / Tables of Norms and Channels
Bande III / Band III, Norme K 1 / Norm K 1 Ecart son/image / Sound/vision spacing: 6,5MHz Pas des canaux / Channel bandwidth: 8MHz Affichage / Display C4 C5 C6 C7 C8 C9 N canal / Channel no. Frquence image / Vision carrier frequency 175,25MHz 183,25MHz 191,25MHz 199,25MHz 207,25MHz 215,25MHz
Bande I / Band I, Norme L / Norm L Ecart son/image / Sound/vision spacing: Pas des canaux / Channel bandwidth: Affichage / Display C2 C3 C4 N canal / Channel no. 4
6,5MHz 8MHz Frquence image / Vision carrier frequency 55,75MHz 60,50MHz 63,75MHz
Bande III / Band III, Norme L / Norm L Ecart son/image / Sound/vision spacing: Pas des canaux / Channel bandwidth: Affichage / Display C5 C6 C7 C8 C9 C10 N canal / Channel no. 9 10
6,5MHz 8MHz Frquence image / Vision carrier frequency 176,00MHz 184,00MHz 192,00MHz 200,00MHz 208,00MHz 216,00MHz
Bande IV et V / Band IV and V, Norme L / Norm L Ecart son/image / Sound/vision spacing: 6,5MHz Pas des canaux / Channel bandwidth: 8MHz Affichage / Display C21 C22 C23 C24 C25 C26 C27 C28 C29 C30 C31 C32 C33 C34 C35 C36 C37 C38 C39 C40 C41 C42 C43 C44 C45 C46 C47 C48 C49 C50 C51 C52 C53 C54 C55 C56 C57 C58 C59 C60 C61 C62 C63 C64 C65 C66 C67 C68 C69 N canal / Channel no. 69 Frquence image / Vision carrier frequency 471,25MHz 479,25MHz 487,25MHz 495,25MHz 503,25MHz 511,25MHz 519,25MHz 527,25MHz 535,25MHz 543,25MHz 551,25MHz 559,25MHz 567,25MHz 575,25MHz 583,25MHz 591,25MHz 599,25MHz 607,25MHz 615,25MHz 623,25MHz 631,25MHz 639,25MHz 647,25MHz 655,25MHz 663,25MHz 671,25MHz 679,25MHz 687,25MHz 695,25MHz 703,25MHz 711,25MHz 719,25MHz 727,25MHz 735,25MHz 743,25MHz 751,25MHz 759,25MHz 767,25MHz 775,25MHz 783,25MHz 791,25MHz 799,25MHz 807,25MHz 815,25MHz 823,25MHz 831,25MHz 839,25MHz 847,25MHz 855,25MHz
Interbande / Special channels, Norme L / Norm L Ecart son/image / Sound/vision spacing: 6,5MHz Pas des canaux / Channel bandwidth: 12MHz Affichage / Display S5 S6 S7 S8 S9 S10 S11 S12 S13 S14 S15 S16 S17 S18 S19 S20 N canal / Channel no. B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q Frquence image / Vision carrier frequency 116,75MHz 128,75MHz 140,75MHz 152,75MHz 164,75MHz 176,75MHz 188,75MHz 200,75MHz 212,75MHz 224,75MHz 236,75MHz 248,75MHz 260,75MHz 272,75MHz 284,75MHz 296,75MHz

Having stored the minimum volume level, the volume setting bar is indicated on the screen for approx. 8 seconds as an optical information when switching the power "on" or switching on from standby. 1.3 ATS Start Press and hold the "P/C/AUX" button for approx. 4s until "ATS" (Auto Tuning System) is indicated and confirm with "OK". The ATS system stores the found station signal automatically (display: channel and finetuning). 1.4 Maximum Programme Number (reversing point): Press the "" > "OK" buttons and enter "----" under the frequency band selection option (B) at any programme position on the programme setting menu. Confirm with "OK" and leave the menu. As a result of this, programme selection in programme mode with the "P+/ P-" buttons is limited to the numbers lower than this position. If the reversing point is 10 only one-place programme selection is possible. 1.5 Calling up the Service Menu at "Hotel mode on" Press and hold button "" on the remote control and switch on with the mains button. With the "P+/P-" button select the "Hotel" mode in the menu and set the indication to "OFF" using the "z - or + g" button. During the time the "Hotel mode" is active it is not possible to call up the programme setting menu with the "PC/AUX" button.

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2. Settings via the Service Menu
2.1 Calling up the Service Menu Press and hold button "" on the remote control and switch on with the mains button. 2.2 AGC Alignment Select "AGC ALIGN" in the Service Menu. Alignment is possible in range 0.62 with the "z - / + g" buttons. 2.3 OSD Position Press and hold button "" on the remote control and switch on with the mains button. Select "OSD" (V or H) in the Service Menu and with the "z - / + g" buttons position the menu table in the centre of the screen. 2.4 Activating the Hotel Mode Select "Hotel ON" in the Service Menu. When the Hotel mode is activated: it is no longer possible to call up the programme setting menu with the "" > "OK" buttons. the currently set volume level is stored as the maximum level possible in this mode. 2.5 Decoder Via the Service Menu switch the decoder "ON" or "OFF". Decoder "ON": Automatic identification of the switching voltage at Pin 8 of the EUROAV socket (e.g. descrambler operation with TVs in French version, or external RGB mode for Italy). 2.6 Continuous Station Ident Indication So that the programme name is displayed continuously on the screen press the "" button. After about 8 seconds the programme is displayed in reduced size.

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Flyback

Regelzeitkonstante fr die 1-Regelung Control Time Constant for 1-Control
Regelzeitkonstante fr die 2-Regelung Control Time Constant for 2-Control

H-Sync

Zeilenoszillator Line Oscillator

37 HDR

Amplitudensieb Sync Separator

V-Sync

Zeilenzhler Line Counter 43 42

44 VDR

Synchronisation H/V et Dflexion H/V Synchronisation and Deflection

SB 25 Hz VFB

Description

1. Power Supply

1.1 Basic Circuit Current mode converters can exhibit subharmonic oscillations when operating at a duty cycle greater than 50% with continuous inductor current. This instability is independent of the regulators closed loop characteristics and is caused by the simultaneous operating conditions of fixed frequency and peak current detecting. Figure 1 shows the phenomenon graphically. At t0, switch conduction begins, causing the inductor current to rise at a slope of m1.This slope is a function of the input voltage divided by the inductance. At t1, the Current Sense Input reaches the threshold established by the control voltage. This causes the switch to turn off and the current to decay at a slope of m2, until the next oscillator cycle. The unstable condition can be shown if a pertubation is added to the control voltage, resulting in a small l (dashed line). With a fixed oscillator period, the current decay time is reduced, and the minimum current at switch turn-on (t2) is increased by l + l m2/m1. The minimum current at the next cycle (t3) decreases to (l + l m2/m1) (m2/m1). This pertubation is multiplied by m2/m1 on each succeeding cycle, alternately increasing and decreasing the inductor current at switch turn-on. Several oscillator cycles may be required before the inductor current reaches zero causing the process to commence again. If m2/m1 is greater than 1, the converter will be unstable. Figure 1 shows that by adding an artificial ramp that is synchronized with the PWM clock to the control voltage, the l pertubation will decrease to zero on succeeding cycles. This compensating ramp (m3) must have a slope equal to or slightly greater than m2/2 for stability. With m2/2 slope compensation, the average inductor current follows the control voltage yielding true current mode operation. The compensating ramp can be derived from the oscillator and added to either the Voltage Feedback or Current Sense inputs (Figure 2). The IC630 is responsible for driving, controlling and monitoring the bipolar power transistor T665. The supply for the control-IC is 12V and is present on Pin 7. As soon as the switch-on threshold is reached on Pin 7 via the resistor R633 and the capacitor C667, the IC feeds out a positive start pulse (1s) of 10V pp at Pin 6. After start-up of the IC, the supply voltage is obtained via the diode D667 from the winding 5/7 of the transformer. During the conducting phase of the transistor, energy is stored in the transformer and this is transferred into the secondary winding when the transistor is switched off. The IC630 controls by the period during which the transistor T665 is switched on, the transfer of energy at Pin 6 so that the secondary voltages are stable and are largely not affected by variations of the mains supply, mains frequency and the load. The power transistor T665 is driven by a pulse-width modulator which is triggered by an oscillator integrated in the IC. The frequency of the oscillator is determined by the components C652 and R652. For stabilisation, the feedback voltage which is rectified by D654 is compared in IC630 with the 5V reference voltage provided at IC630-(8). If the feedback voltage decreases by a small amout due to a heavier load the drive pulse to the transistor T665 is prolonged. As a result, the conducting period of T665 will be longer so that additional energy transfer will be provided to compensate for the load. Pin 3 of IC630 is a current sense input and will stop the drive to T665 at IC630-(6) in the event of excessive current drain from a heavy secondary load. If there was a short circuit condition at the transistor T665, the circuit UC3842 would be destroyed. Therefore, the diodes D666 and D664 are provided to avoid the voltage at pin 3 exceeding 1.2V. The components D668, C669, and R669 work as a snap stage. The components CD654, C656, CD656, and CR656 delay the rise of the pulse start duration (soft start). The adjustment control R654 is used to set the secondary voltages by regulating the +A voltage at minimum brightness and contrast. 1.3 Standby Mode In normal operating mode, a voltage of approx. 10.5V is present on IC676-(1) (LM317). If the TV receiver is to be switched to standby, the P switches UStandby to "High" level so that the level on IC676-(1) is < 0.7 V. As a result, the voltage +B is switched off and the TV receiver goes to standby. 1.4 Secondary Voltages +A: Supply for the horizontal output stage from the winding 2/10 and D682. The power supply unit is set to this level. +33V: The upper tuning voltage limit for the tuner is produced at the Z-diode D683 and the resistor R681 from the winding 2/10 via D682. +M =16.5V Supply for the sound output stage from the winding 6/10 and the diode D671. +B = 12V Power supply for the Tuner and the horizontal driver T501. This voltage is supplied from the winding 6/10 via the diode D671 and is stabilised by the adjustment control IC676. Switching off of the +12V supply, see "Standby Operation". +E = 8V Power supply for the Video Processor IC150. In Standby mode it is switched off. +H = 5V Power supply for the P IC850, the infrared amplifier IR810, Tuner, and CIC105. This voltage is also present in Standby mode. Additionally necessary voltages +D: +25V Power supply for the vertical output stage from the line transformer winding B/H via D444. +C: 125V The power supply for the picture tube panel is obtained 190V from the line transformer winding G/H via R543 and the diode D543. 125V/14" CRT; 190V/1521" CRT.

3. TV Signal Processor TDA8362A
3.1 Overview: With this TV design the whole signal processing is carried out in a single IC, i.e. the TV Signal Processor TDA 8362A. It accommodates the following stages: IF Signal: - IF amplifier - Demodulator - AFC - AGC - Coincidence identification CCVS Signal: - Signal source switch for the CCVS signal - Luminance processing - Colour demodulation - Chrominance processing - Colour contrast control - RGB matrix - C-AV input - Signal source switch for RGB signals - Brightness control - Contrast control - Black level control (cut-off) Sound: - Signal source switch for the sound - Sound demodulation - Volume control Deflection: - Sync separator - Line oscillator - 1 phase control - 2 phase control - Trigger pulse generation for the line output stage - Line counter - Saw-tooth generation for the vertical deflection - Drive signal for the field output stage Dependent on the associated circuitry, the IC is also able to process PAL, NTSC and SECAM signals. 3.2 IF The IF spectrum of frequencies is fed through a symmetrical path from the tuner Pins 11 and 10 via the filter F901 and the Surface Acoustic Wave filter F906. The signal formed by the Surface Acoustic Wave filter is applied symmetrically to Pins 45 and 46 of the signal processor. The demodulation of the CCVS signal is carried out in a product demodulator. Bild ZF und Demodulation Vision IF and Demodulation
The required demodulator circuit F130 is connected to Pin 2 and Pin 3. The demodulated signal passes through an amplifier and is then present at Pin 7 of the IC (BB). The IC identifies the synchronising signal internally and for this reason, feedback of the line flyback pulse for gating purposes is not necessary. Corresponding to the synchronising signal level a control voltage is generated. This control voltage first acts on the controlled input amplifier of the IF. Via Pin 49 a reference threshold URV is set. Below this threshold, only the input amplifier of the IF is regulated. If the threshold is exceeded, the control voltage Ut is applied from Pin 47 to the tuner. Pin 47 is an open collector output. In uncontrolled condition, the voltage is approximately 5V. With increasing input amplitude the AGC level decreases. The direct voltage for automatic frequency control (AFC) is generated in the demodulator. Pin 9 feeds out this signal as a current signal. When the received frequency increases the control voltage for AFC decreases. The processor IC850 evaluates the signal and fine tunes the tuner accordingly. The demodulated signal is examined by the sync detector for the presence of synchronising signals. If no such signals are present, the IC150-(4) switches to "Low". By this level the processor IC850-(33) can identify that the coincidence signal is missing and mutes the sound. 3.3 CCVS Signal The demodulated CCVS signal leaves IC150-(7), TDA8362A, as a baseband signal together with the sound-IF. In the following path, the sound signal is separated from the CCVS signal. After the transistor CT921 and the sound trap F923 and F924 the signal path divides. Via the transistor CT110 and IC2807 (optionally) it is fed through to the videotext decoder IC850-(30) as FBASSC signal, and via the transistors CT963, CT962 it is supplied to the Scart socket pin 19. At the signal source switch IC150-(13), the signal is present as FBAS (CCVS). The second input of the signal source switch Pin 15 is connected to the Scart socket pin 20. At IC150-(16), the processor IC850-(42), voltage UVQ, transistor CT840 decides as to whether the signal from the tuner or the external signal is processed. 3.4 External CCVS Signal At the signal source switch IC150-(15) either an external CCVS signal from the Scart socket or the RF-CCVS signal is present. The voltage UVQ at IC150-(16) decides which signal shall be passed on, the CCVS signal from the Scart socket or else the RF-CCVS signal. IC150-(16) "Low", the internal signal is selected; IC150-(16) "High", the external signal is passed on. Attention: If the option "Decoder On" has been selected the TV expects the signal to come from the Scart socket. However the CCVS signal from the tuner can be measured at output Pin 19 of the Scart socket.

3.5 Sound IF After the ceramic filter F926, the sound signal is superimposed at IC150-(5) on a direct voltage for setting the volume level. Demodulation is effected by a PLL demodulator. In one path, the demodulated and uncontrolled AF signal is fed out at IC150-(1), it is then amplified by the transistors CT917, CT916 and passed on to the Scart socket. In another path, the demodulated and controlled AF signal is present at IC150-(50) and is fed to the AF-IC TDA7233. 3.6 Luminance and Chrominance Signal Calibration and control is effected automatically during the frame blanking period. The signals are adjusted by a positive or negative current entering the integration capacitor CC177 at IC150-(12). During the scanning period the control voltage is clamped. The luminance signal passes though the colour trap integrated in the IC. The delay line provided in the IC is used to correct delay time differences between the luminance and chrominance signal. The colour transient improvement (peaking) which follows is also realized in this IC. For this, the steepness of the leading and trailing edges of the Y-signal is improved. The internal chroma filter separates the chrominance signal from the CCVS signal. A control circuit adjusts the amplitude of the colour signal for the chroma limiter and chroma control. The resulting chroma signal is passed on to the colour demodulator. From this chroma signal, the burst is separated which is used to synchronise the colour oscillator in phase and frequency. The quartz establishes a fixed 4.43MHz frequency for the colour carrier at Pin 35. The quartz is controlled by an internal PLL circuit. The correction voltage is integrated via the time constant at Pin 33. By means of the colour carrier, the colour component signals are then
demodulated and leave IC150 as R-Y and B-Y signals at Pin 30 and Pin 31 respectively. Following the PAL delay at CIC105 TDA4665 the two signals, B-Y and R-Y, are fed back to IC150-(28), -(29) TDA8362A where they are clamped. Subsequently, the colour contrast is controlled at IC150-(26). In the matrix, the RGB signals are produced from the amplified signals and the Y-component. 3.7 SECAM Signal Path and Automatic PAL-SECAM Switching The chroma signal of approx. 300mV for the SECAM-IC110 is present at IC150-(27). On SECAM mode, a voltage between 5.6V5.8V is applied to IC110-(16). When the IC110 identifies the SECAM standard from the chroma signal at pin 16, a current source at pin 1 is activated and sends a SECAM identification to IC150-(32). As soon as IC150 too has identified SECAM, this IC sets pin 32 to 5V (1.5V on PAL). This direct voltage is superimposed either by a regular clock frequency on PAL, or by bursts at a frequency of 4.43 MHz on SECAM. The IC110 interprets these as an acknowledgement and switches the difference signal outputs R-Y and B-Y (pins 9 and 10) to 3.5V DC (1.5V on PAL ). The difference signal outputs of IC150-(30), -(31) are thus blocked. IC110 now supplies the R-Y and B-Y signals. The difference signals are returned to IC150 via the delay line CIC105. The following path of these signals is described unter 3.6 "Luminance and Chrominance Signal". On SECAM reception the DC Level is switched to 3.5V at IC110-(10). Via CT115, UPAL changes to "Low" (PAL="High") and P IC850-(1) is able to identify PAL or SECAM on ATS search (only FR variants). On OIRT reception (6.5MHz sound carrier), the search mode of the P (UPAL) is switched over by CT915 via UAUDIO and CT115.

PLL 5 HPF LPF Demodulator Deemphasis 1
Ungeregelter Ton Scart Uncontrolled Sound to Scart
Ton ZF und Demodulation Sound IF and Demodulation
Filterung des Luminanz- und Chrominanzsignals Luminance and Chrominance Filter

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3.8 RGB Signal Path For contrast control of the RGB signals, IC850-(23) generates a variable control voltage for the contrast controlling amplifier at IC150-(25). Because too high a beam current may cause damage to the picture tube, the beam current is limited by this IC. The internal peak beam current limiting function is carried out in the peak white limiting stage. If the RGB signal exceeds 2.6Vpp, the internal peak white limiting function starts working and reduces the contrast. The external peak beam current limiting threshold is 2Vpp approximately. The average beam current limiting function reduces the setting voltages at IC150-(25) for the contrast. After the brightness amplifier, the RGB signals leave the IC150 and are passed on to the cathode amplifiers on the CRT base panel. 3.9 Generation of the Horizontal and Vertical Sync Signals The TV signal processor IC150-(13,15) is connected to the CCVS signal from the IF and from the EURO-AV socket. Following an internal colour trap where the colour information is filtered off the CCVS signal, the resulting Y-signal now divides into two paths. In one path the signal is passed on for further processing, and in the other, the signal is applied to the sync separator. The sync separator produces the horizontal and the vertical synchronising pulses from the Y-signal. The horizontal synchronising signal is passed on to the 1 phase control, the vertical synchronising pulse is used to start the line counter for vertical synchronisation.
3.10 Line Oscillator With this IC concept, the line frequency is generated completely inside the line oscillator. The IC is not connected to external components so that it is not necessary to adjust the free running horizontal and the free running vertical frequency. 3.Phase Control The 1 phase control stage is for controlling the frequency. This stage adjusts the frequency of the line oscillator to that of the line synchronising pulse. For this, the frequency of the line synchronising pulse is compared with the line oscillator frequency. A 1 phase control stage defines the time constant of the control voltage which is fed out at IC150-(40). The control voltage shifts the line oscillator until the frequencies are equal. 3.Phase Control The 2 phase control stage is for controlling the phase position of the line drive pulse. This determines the phase off-set between the line synchronising pulses and the actual position of the electron beam. Dependent on the circuit components and the beam current, the delay time between the external signal, the trigger signal and the actual reaction of the line output stage is different. These differences are compensated for by the 2 control. To identify the position of the electron beam the line flyback pulse from the line output transformer is applied to IC150-(38). From the oscillator signal and the line flyback pulse the 2 controlling stage produces a control voltage at IC150-(39) which is filtered by CC166. Farbdemodulation Colour Demodulation

A l'aide du rglage de focalisation UF (Transfo de ligne) ajuster les lignes horizontales sur la nettet maximale.
4. Dmodulateur vido (Porteuse vido 38,9MHz)
A l'aide du filtre F130 rgler la tension continue 2,5V.
Dmodulateur vido - Norme FR (Porteuse vido 33,4MHz) 5. Tuner CAG-HF
A l'aide du trimmer C136 rgler la tension continue 2,5V.
Reprendre ces rglages alternativement! A l'aide des touches "z - ou + g" rgler l'image jusqu' l'apparition du souffle. Puis revenir afin d'obtenir une image la limite du souffle. Quitter le rglage par la touche "".

6. Balance du blanc

Rgler les ajustables VG et VB du C.I. tube de faon obtenir une image sans dominante de couleur dans la zone des gris.

Alignment

All adjustment controls not mentioned in this description are adjusted during production and must not be re-adjusted in the case of repairs. Measuring Instruments: Oscilloscope with 10:1 test probe, colour test pattern, high resistance voltmeter Checks and adjustments after replacement or repair of: Power Supply: 1. Horizontal Deflection: 2., 3. Picture Tube, CRT-Panel: 2., 6. IC150: 4., 5. Tuner: 4., 5.

Alignment 1. +A Voltage

Preparations Set luminance to mimimum. Connect the voltmeter to the cathode of D682. Feed in a grey scale test pattern. Adjust the screen brightness so that the gradation from the darkest grey scale value to black is just still visible (2.7V to IC150-(17). Set the contrast ({) to mid-value. Measure test points R, G, B (on the CRT panel) to determine the test point with the highest black level and connect this point to the oscilloscope.
Alignment Process With control R654 set the voltage to 112V (14" Orion), 105V (14" Philips), 124V (1521"). With the control UG2 adjust the black level at the test point with the highest black level to approx. 100V105V for 14" picture tubes and 150V155V for 1521" picture tubes.
2. Screen grid voltage UG2

Black level Schwarzwert

105-110V 100V105V 14" 150V155V 1521"

3. Line sharpness

Select the convergence test pattern. Contrast ({) to maximum. Set the brightness so that the black background of the test pattern is just brightening.
With the focus control UF on the focusing panel adjust the horizontal lines for maximum sharpness.
4. Vision Feed in a generator with vision carrier 38.9MHz ca. 120mV demodulator on tuner contact 10, 11. (vision carrier 38.9 MHz) Vision carrier 38.9 MHz. Norm 1 via Men ("" > "OK") Voltmeter: IC850-(34) Vision demodulator Feed in a generator with vision carrier 33.4MHz ca. 120mV French standard on tuner contact 10, 11. (vision carrier 33.4MHz) Norm 3 via Men ("" > "OK") Voltmeter: IC850-(34) 5. Tuner AGC Feed in a standard test pattern at a channel in the upper range of the UHF band and store it at programme position 1. RF = 1.5mV (64dBV, noise-free picture). Switch the TV off with the power button. Call up the Service Menu with remote control. (press and hold the button "" and switching the TV on). With "P+/P-" buttons select the menu item "AGC ALIGN". Feed in a FuBK test pattern. Set the colour contrast (i) to minimum. Set the contrast ({) to maximum. Adjust the screen brightness (v) so that the gradation from the darkest grey scale value to black is just still visible.

With filter F130 set the DC level to 2.5V.
With trimmer C136 set the DC level to 2.5V.
Repeat mutual adjustments! With the "z - or + g" buttons tune the station so that noise just starts to appear in the picture. Then reduce the value so that the noise just disappears from the picture. Terminate with "".

6. White balance

Set the controls VG and VB on the CRT panel so that no discolouration is visible in the grey scale.
Circuits imprims et schmas lectriques / Layout of the PCBs and Circuit Diagrams
Coordonnes d'implantation des composants
Les coordonnes X et Y sont utilisables aussi bien en coordonnes mtriques pour les platines originales en millimtres qu'en coordonnes absolues pour les reprsentations agrandies des platines. --> --> --> --> --> --> Condensateur Diode Circuit Intgr IC Bobine Rsistance Transistor CC --> CD --> CIC--> CL --> CR --> CT --> Condensateur chip Diode chip IC chip Bobine chip Rsistance chip Transistor chip
Assembly coordinates of the components
The X and Y coordinates can be used as both metric coordinates in mm for the original circuit board and absolute coordinates for the enlarged diagrams of the circuit boards.

C D IC L R T

--> --> --> --> --> -->
Capacitor Diode Integrated Circuit Coil Resistor Transistor
CC --> CD --> CIC--> CL --> CR --> CT -->
Chip Capacitor Chip Diode Chip IC Chip Coil Chip Resistor Chip Transistor

C.I. principal

Coordonnes des composants ct composants (Vue de dessus)
Pos. N/ Pos. No. Coordonnes/ Coordinates X Y Pos. N/ Pos. No. Coordonnes/ Coordinates X Y Pos. N/ Pos. No. Coordonnes/ Coordinates X Y 164 165

Chassis Board

Coordinates of the components on the components side (top side)
Pos. N/ Pos. No. Coordonnes/ Coordinates X Y Pos. N/ Pos. No. Coordonnes/ Coordinates X Y R502 R503 R504 R506 R511 R512 R513 R521 R522 R524 R526 R531 R532 R533 R542 R543 R546 R553 R554 R609 R621 R627 R633 R651 R652 R653 R654 R661 R663 R664 R665 R666 R667 R669 R681 R683 R685 RGB S601 SCART01 SI600 SI671 ST-BAT01 ST-BAT04 ST-BAT03 ST-BAT02 ST-J T501 T506 T511 T523 T601T665 T68640 TR501 TR550 TR601 TRX550 TUNER 42 Pos. N/ Pos. No. Coordonnes/ Coordinates X Y 137 179
AN10 AN11 AN12 AN13 AN14 AN15 AN16 AN30 AN31 BR-HZ BR01 BR03 BR07 BR08 BR09 BR10 BR12 BR13 BR14 BR16 BR17 BR18 BR24 BR25 BR26 BR27 BR31 BR33 BR34 BR36 BR38 BR39 BR40 BR41 BR42 BR43 BR44 BR45 BR47 BR48 BR49 BR50 BR51 BR52 BR53 BR54 BR55 BR56 BR57 BR58 BR59 BR61 BR62 BR63 BR64 BR67 BR68 BR69 BR70 BR73 BR74 BR75 BR76 BR77 BR79 BR80 BR81
BR82 BR84 BR85 BR86 BR88 BR89 BR99 BR100 BR105 BR106 BR109 BR111 BR113 BR114 BR115 BR116 BR117 BR119 BR120 BR121 BR122 BR123 BR124 BR125 BR128 BR129 BR130 BR132 BR135 BR136 BR139 BR141 BR145 BR148 BR150 BR151 BR152 BR153 BR154 BR155 BR156 BR157 BR159 BR160 BR161 BR162 BR164 BR166 BR167 BR168 BR169 BR170 BR171 BR172 BR173 BR174 BR175 BR176 BR177 BR178 BR179 BR181 BR182 BR183 BR184 BR185 BR186 BR187

CC2801 CC2802 CC2803 CC2811 CC2820 CC2821 CC2822 CC2823 CC2825 CC2835 CC2836 CC2837 CC2841 CC2845 CC2850 CC2851 CD109 CD134 CD135 CD181 CD191 CD192 CD193 CD194 CD501 CD516 CD651 CD654 CD656 CD673 CD830 CD901 CD902 CD926 CD927 CD941 CD942 CD943 CD944 CD954 CD2827 CD2829 CIC105 CIC130 CR100 CR101 CR102 CR103 CR104 CR105 CR106 CR107 CR108 CR109 CR110 CR111 CR112 CR113 CR114 CR115 CR116 CR121 CR122 CR124 CR126 CR127 CR128 CR130 CR131 CR132 CR133 CR134 CR135 CR136 CR137 CR138 CR139 CR141 CR143 CR147 CR148 CR149 CR151 CR152 CR153 CR154 CR155
CR156 CR158 CR159 CR161 CR162 CR163 CR164 CR165 CR166 CR167 CR168 CR169 CR171 CR173 CR174 CR175 CR181 CR182 CR183 CR186 CR187 CR191 CR192 CR193 CR194 CR304 CR305 CR306 CR307 CR309 CR321 CR322 CR323 CR324 CR325 CR326 CR327 CR328 CR329 CR331 CR381 CR382 CR403 CR404 CR405 CR406 CR407 CR408 CR409 CR419 CR523 CR541 CR654 CR656 CR673 CR674 CR686 CR687 CR803 CR807 CR808 CR811 CR812 CR813 CR816 CR817 CR818 CR819 CR820 CR821 CR822 CR823 CR824 CR825 CR826 CR827 CR828 CR829 CR830 CR832 CR833 CR834 CR835 CR836 CR837 CR838 CR839 CR840
CR841 CR843 CR844 CR845 CR846 CR847 CR848 CR849 CR850 CR851 CR852 CR853 CR854 CR855 CR856 CR857 CR858 CR859 CR860 CR861 CR862 CR863 CR864 CR865 CR866 CR867 CR868 CR869 CR870 CR873 CR875 CR876 CR877 CR878 CR879 CR880 CR881 CR882 CR901 CR902 CR903 CR904 CR905 CR906 CR907 CR911 CR916 CR917 CR918 CR919 CR920 CR921 CR922 CR923 CR924 CR925 CR926 CR927 CR928 CR929 CR930 CR931 CR936 CR937 CR938 CR941 CR944 CR951 CR952 CR953 CR954 CR957 CR958 CR959 CR960 CR961 CR962 CR963 CR964 CR965 CR966 CR967 CR968 CR971 CR974 CR984 CR985 CR2801 CR2802
CR2803 CR2810 CR2811 CR2812 CR2813 CR2814 CR2815 CR2820 CR2821 CR2822 CR2823 CR2824 CR2825 CR2826 CR2827 CR2829 CR2830 CR2831 CR2832 CR2833 CR2834 CR2836 CR2837 CR2839 CR2840 CR2841 CR2842 CR2843 CR2846 CR2847 CR2848 CR2849 CR2850 CR2851 CR2852 CR2853 CR2856 CR2858 CT101 CT106 CT107 CT110 CT115 CT169 CT181 CT186 CT191 CT193 CT325 CT826 CT840 CT881 CT901 CT916 CT917 CT919 CT921 CT925 CT937 CT962 CT963 CT2820 CT2821 CT2825 CT2830 CT2831 CT2835 CT2840 CT2845 CT2850 OM01 OM02 OM03 OM04 OM05

1 D666 C669

T2,5A L

KEINE NETZTRENNUNG

Circuit principal Chassis Board

29304-764.54/4B(02)

C682 C532 TR550
ST-BAT2 C0682 L543 R546 BR181 10

C663 B S601 NETZ2

D663 T665 D668

SMD-TRANS.BC 858 B SMD-TRANS.BC 858 B SMD-TRANS.BC 858 B SMD-TRANS.BC 858 B SMD TRANS PMBT2369 Z DIODE 8,2 C 0,5W DIODE 1N4936/1SR124-400 DIODE BAV21 ITT/ TFK Z DIODE 4,7 C 0,5W DIODE 1N4936/1SR124-400 Z DIODE 22 B 0,5W DIODE BAV21 ITT/ TFK Z DIODE 12 C 0,5W DIODE BYV16 TEMIC/ BYV96 DIODE 1 N 4007 -GA DIODE 1 N 4007 -GA DIODE 1 N 4007 -GA DIODE 1 N 4007 -GA DIODE BYT53B TFK/ EGP10B DIODE BA157 Z DIODE 2,7 C 0,5W DIODE 1 N 4003 -GA DIODE 1 N 4003 -GA DIODE BA157 DIODE BYT53G TEMIC DIODE BY297 FAGOR/ BYW33 DIODE BY299 FAGOR/ BYV37 IC ZTN 33 (31-33V) ITT DIODE BAV21 ITT/ TFK LE DIODE TLHR 4601 TFK FILTER 7XFARBE 666 OFW K 6260 K KERAMIK-FILTER 40 KERAMIK-FILTER 60 FILTER 7XCER.TRAP 21 TPS 5,5 MB OFW L 9460 IC TDA8395P/N2 IC TDA7233 SGS IC TDA 3653 B IC UC3842N/AN SGS/MOT IC LM 317 T NSC/MOT/ IC MC 7805 CT IC TFMS 5300 IC MC 33164 P-5RP IC X 24 C 02 P XICOR IC SDA5222A002 SIE IC STV8225 SGS DR S 10UH 5% RM5 DR S 1UH 5% RM5 FERRITPERLE HF 70 BTL/ PERLE FERRITE FUNKENTSTOERDROSSEL/ BOBINE FERRITPERLE HF 55 BTL/ PERLE FERRITE DR ST 0411 6,8UH 2% SIE QUARZ #136 2A 4,433619MHZ
Q 857 R 118(!) R 119(!) R 303(!) R 337(!) R 411 R 412(!) R 416(!) R 502(!) R 503 R 504(!) R 513(!) R 543(!) R 554(!) R 609(!) R 627(!) R 633(!) R 654 R 664(!) R 669(!) R 681(!) R 685(!) SI 600(!) T 501 T 506 T 511 T 523 T 665 T 686 T 736 T 741 T 756 T 761 T 776 T 781 TR 501 TR 550(!) TR 601(!)
8602-331-155 8701-121-017 8701-121-017 8700-199-001 8701-121-023 8796-103-109 8700-329-007 8700-329-001 8705-329-070 8705-226-991 8701-121-033 8700-329-083 8705-329-025 8705-321-022 8311-200-020 8765-049-161 8705-360-353 8790-050-025 8705-369-043 8705-279-065 8705-369-099 8700-329-029 8315-617-006 8303-285-637 8302-900-020 8303-205-548 8303-205-548 8302-422-184 8303-273-337 8303-401-421 8303-401-422 8303-401-421 8303-401-422 8303-401-421 8303-401-422 09246-863.04 29201-653.01 29201-512.97
KERRES #155 18MHZ KSW SI B 4,7 OHM 5% KSW SI B 4,7 OHM 5% KSW NB 0204-GA NB 1 OHM 5 KSW SI B 8,2 OHM 5% ESTR P6A 100 OHM LIN N6 KSW NB 0207 1,8 OHM 5% KSW NB OHM 5% MOW OHM 10% MOW 0411 0,51 OHM 10% KSW SI B 22 OHM 5% KSW NB 0207 2,7 KOHM 5% MOW OHM 5% DRA MOW 0411 7,5 OHM 5% SXS PTC RM5 B59.250C1080 SIE MSW 0414 4,7 MOHM VDE BE MOW KOHM 10% SXS ESTR.SK10-A 470 OHM LIN MOW OHM 5% MOW OHM 5% DRA MOW KOHM 5% KSW NB OHM 5% SI 5X20 T2,5A L 250V TRANS.BC 637 TRANS S2055N TOS TRANS BC548B TRANS BC548B TRANS MJF18004C MOT/ BUL TRANS.BC 337-25 TRANS.BF 421 E6323SIE/PHI TRANS.BF 422 WW.BF 422 S TRANS.BF 421 E6323SIE/PHI TRANS.BF 422 WW.BF 422 S TRANS.BF 421 E6323SIE/PHI TRANS.BF 422 WW.BF 422 S TREIBERTRAFO/TRANSFO TRAFO DIODENSPLIT/ TRANSFORMATEUR TRAFO SPERRWANDLER/ TRANSFORMATEUR

CD 830 CD 901 CD 902 CD 926 CD 927 CD 941 CD 942 CD 943 CD 944 CD 954 CD 2827 CD 2829 CIC 105 CIC 130 CT 110 CT 115 CT 169 CT 325 CT 826 CT 840 CT 901 CT 916 CT 917 CT 919 CT 921 CT 962 CT 963 CT 2821
8325-004-148 8325-301-582 8325-301-582 8325-004-148 8325-004-148 8325-301-582 8325-301-582 8325-301-582 8325-301-582 8325-004-148 8325-004-148 8325-004-148 8305-844-665 8305-814-094 8301-003-858 8301-004-848 8301-003-858 8301-004-848 8301-004-848 8301-004-848 8301-004-848 8301-004-848 8301-004-848 8301-003-858 8301-004-848 8301-003-858 8301-004-848 8301-003-858
SMD DIODE LS 4148 SMD-DIODE BA 582 SMD-DIODE BA 582 SMD DIODE LS 4148 SMD DIODE LS 4148 SMD-DIODE BA 582 SMD-DIODE BA 582 SMD-DIODE BA 582 SMD-DIODE BA 582 SMD DIODE LS 4148 SMD DIODE LS 4148 SMD DIODE LS 4148 SMD IC TDA4665T/V3 PHI/ SMD IC MC14094BD SMD-TRANS.BC 858 B SMD-TRANS.BC 848 B SMD-TRANS.BC 858 B SMD-TRANS.BC 848 B SMD-TRANS.BC 848 B SMD-TRANS.BC 848 B SMD-TRANS.BC 848 B SMD-TRANS.BC 848 B SMD-TRANS.BC 848 B SMD-TRANS.BC 858 B SMD-TRANS.BC 848 B SMD-TRANS.BC 858 B SMD-TRANS.BC 848 B SMD-TRANS.BC 858 B
CT 901 CT 916 CT 917 CT 919 CT 921 CT 962 CT 963 CT 2821 CT 2825 CT 2831 CT 2835 CT 2845 CT 2850 D 323 D 401 D 405 D 406 D 444 D 512 D 513 D 514 D 524 D 543 D 621 D 622 D 623 D 624 D 661 D 662 D 663 D 664 D 666 D 667 D 668 D 671 D 682 D 683 D 826 D 1806 F 130 F 901 F 906 F 926 F 927 F 923 F 924 F 931 IC 110 IC 150 IC 320 IC 400 IC 630 IC 676 IC 690 IC 810 IC 820 IC 830 IC 850 IC 950 L 303
8301-004-848 8301-004-848 8301-004-848 8301-003-858 8301-004-848 8301-003-858 8301-004-848 8301-003-858 8301-003-858 8301-003-858 8301-003-858 8301-003-858 8301-534-269 8309-720-082 8309-210-138 8309-200-021 8309-720-048 8309-210-138 8309-720-221 8309-200-021 8309-720-112 8309-201-005 8309-204-268 8309-215-127 8309-215-127 8309-215-127 8309-215-127 8309-516-754 8309-201-005 8309-720-036 8309-215-010 8309-215-010 8309-201-005 8309-516-752 8309-204-050 8309-204-060 8305-306-001 8309-200-021 8309-944-601 8141-111-603 8140-533-605 8319-006-260 19203-065.97 19203-012.97 8141-112-405 8602-755-021 8319-009-460 8305-338-395 8305-338-362 8305-337-233 8305-343-653 8305-267-842 8305-204-317 8305-205-703 8305-367-530 8305-210-065 8305-602-401 8305-158-520 8305-125-825 8140-526-964
SMD-TRANS.BC 848 B SMD-TRANS.BC 848 B SMD-TRANS.BC 848 B SMD-TRANS.BC 858 B SMD-TRANS.BC 848 B SMD-TRANS.BC 858 B SMD-TRANS.BC 848 B SMD-TRANS.BC 858 B SMD-TRANS.BC 858 B SMD-TRANS.BC 858 B SMD-TRANS.BC 858 B SMD-TRANS.BC 858 B SMD TRANS PMBT2369/ MMBT2 Z DIODE 8,2 C 0,5W DIODE 1N4936/1SR124-400 DIODE BAV21 ITT/ TFK Z DIODE 4,7 C 0,5W DIODE 1N4936/1SR124-400 Z DIODE 22 B 0,5W DIODE BAV21 ITT/ TFK Z DIODE 12 C 0,5W DIODE BA157 DIODE BYV16 TEMIC/ BYV96 DIODE 1 N 4007 -GA DIODE 1 N 4007 -GA DIODE 1 N 4007 -GA DIODE 1 N 4007 -GA DIODE BYT53B TFK/ EGP10B DIODE BA157 Z DIODE 3,6 C 0,5W DIODE 1 N 4003 -GA DIODE 1 N 4003 -GA DIODE BA157 DIODE BYT53G TEMIC DIODE BY297 FAGOR/ BYW33 DIODE BY299 FAGOR/ BYV37 IC ZTK 33 B DPD ITT DIODE BAV21 ITT/ TFK LE DIODE TLHR 4601 TFK FILTER 7XFARBE 657 SPULE 7X7 605/BOBINE OFW K 6260 K KERAMIK-FILTER 40 KERAMIK-FILTER 60 FILTER 7XCER.TRAP 21 TPS 5,5 MB OFW L 9460 IC TDA8395P/N2 IC TDA8362A(N3) IC TDA7233 SGS IC TDA 3653 B IC UC3842N/AN SGS/MOT IC LM 317 T NSC/MOT/ IC MC 7805 CT IC TFMS 5300 IC MC 33164 P-5RP IC X 24 C 02 P XICOR IC SDA5222A002 SIE IC STV8225 SGS DR S 10UH 5% RM5

 

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