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imlay 3:01am on Wednesday, July 7th, 2010 
Decibels are wrong, but no big deal really. 1. When sound volume is INCREASED. Two problems 1. When sound volume is INCREASED, the display of decibels goes DOWN (and dB display goes up on decrease of volume)2.
malcooke 3:41pm on Wednesday, June 9th, 2010 
Decibels are wrong, but no big deal really. 1. When sound volume is INCREASED. Great Stereo This is a very good Stereo! It has great sound, a 5 disc cd changer, dual casette decks, and detachable speaker grills.

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Panasonic

CD Stereo System

Operating Instructions

The illustrations show SC-AK44.

Model No.

SC-AK44 SC-AK33 SC-AK22 SC-AK12

DIGITAL AUDIO

Before connecting, operating or adjusting this product, please read these instructions completely. Please keep this manual for future reference.

RQT5621-3P

Dear customer
Thank you for purchasing this product For ophmum performance and safety, please read these mstruchons carefully These operating instructions are applicable to the folk)wing system

of contents

These operating instructions, however, fundamentally eratmn ol system SC-AK44

explain the op-

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Battery Correct Main und Speakers SA-AK44 SB-AK44 SA-AK33 SB-AK33 SA-AK22 SB-AK22 SA-AK12
Supplied accessories... PRECAUTIONS... Placement of speakers.. Concerning the remote control..
mstallahon.. method of use

Connections

Optional Extemal
(for supplred accessones).

6. 7 7

SB-AK12

Basic connechons

antenna connections. und connection
The model number and serial number of this product can be found on either the back or the bottom of the unit Please note them =n the space provided below and keep for future reference MODELNUMBER SERIAL NUMBER
Front panel controls.. Turning the demo function off.. Auto-off function.. Setting the time.. Convenient functions..
User memo; DATE OF PURCHASE DEALER NAME DEALER ADDRESS TELEPHONE NUMBER
Listening to radio broadcasts. Presetting radio broadcasts..

CAUTION!

THIS PRODUCT UTILIZES A LASER. USE OF CONTROLS OR ADJUSTMENTS OR PERFORMANCE OF PROCEDURES OTHER THAN THOSE SPECIRED HEREIN MAY RESULT IN HAZARDOUS RADIATION EXPOSURE. DO NOT OPEN COVERS AND DO NOT REPAIR YOURSELF. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED PERSONNEL.
Concerning compact discs.. Listening to compact discs.. D=rectaccess play.. Repeat play. Random play.. Program play.. To hsten to special CDs and tracks (CD Manager funchon)..

Listening to tapes..

WARNING:
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE, ELECTRIC SHOCK OR PRODUCT DAMAGE, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPUANCE TO RAIN, SPLASHING, DRIPPING OR MOISTURE.

CAUTION:

TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK MATCH PLUG TO WIDE SLOT, FULLY INSERT. WIDE BLADE OF Please check acttessorles and identify the supplied
Usa numbers intimated in parentheses when asking for replacement parts (Only for U.S.A.) To order accessories corltact 1-800-332-5368 or web site (bttp./ht_Nw.panasonic,com). AC power supply cord (RJA0065-A) 1 pc
FM indoor antenna (RSAOOO6-J)

THE FOLLOWING APPUES

ONLY IN THE U.S.A.:
Before recording (Deck 2 only).. 20 Tape-to-tape recording.. 21 Recording from radio broadcasts. 22 Recording from compact discs.. 23 To record special CDs and tracks (CD Manager function).. 24
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuent to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, thers is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation, if this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. increase the separation between the equipment and receiver, Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. eConsult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. Any unauthorized changes or modifications to this equipment would void the user's authohty to operate this device, This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful intederence, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.

2. Water and Moisture--Do not use this unit near water--for example, near a bathtub, washbowl, swimming pool, or the like. Damp basements should also be avoided.
In the U.S.A., call 1-800-211-7262, e-mall consurnerproducts@panasonic.com, or visit www.panasorlic.com In Canada, carl 905-824-5505 or visit www.panasonio.ca
Concerning the remote control

R6, AA, UM-3

Selecting fine audio equipment such as the unit you've just purchased is only the start of your musical enjoyment. Now it's time to consider how you can maximize the fun and excitement your equipment offers, This manufacturer and the Electronic Industries Association's Consumer Electronics Group want you to get the most out of your equipment by playing it at a safe level. One that lets the sound come through loud and clear without annoying blaring or distortion--and, most importantly, without affecting your sensitive hearing. We recommend you to avoid prolonged exposure to excessive noise. Sound can be deceiving. Over time your hearing "comfort level" adapts to higher volumes of sound. So what sounds "normal" can actually be loud and harmful to your hearing. Guard against this by setting your equipment at a safe level BEFORE your hearing adapts. To establish a safe level: Start your volume control at a low setting. Slowly increase the sound until you can hear it comfortably and clearly, and without distortion. Once you have established a comfortable Set the dial and leave it there. sound level:

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Insert the battefies observing the correct polarities (_, ).

Use of batteries

Align the poles (+ and -) properly Do not mix old and new batteries Do not recharge ordinary dry cell Do not heat or disassemble the contact flame or water.
when inserting the batteries. or different types of batterias. batteries. batteries. Do not allow them to
Remove the batteries if the unit is not to be used for a long time. Do not keep together with metallic objects such as necklaces. Do not use rechargeable type batteries. Do not use batteries ff the covering has been peeled oft.
Taking a minute to do this now will help to prevent hearing damage or loss in the future. After all, we want you listening for a lifetime.
Mishandling of batteries can cause electrolyte leakage which can damage items the fluid contacts and may cause a fire. If electrolyte leaks from the battedes, consult your dealer. Wash thoroughly with water if efectrctyte comes in contact with any part of your body.

Pie' cement of speake rs

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Remote control -signal sensor
Plase the speakers so that the super woofer is on the outside.
roofer the signal sensor About 7 meters in front of
Speakers are designed identically orientation is necessary.
so that no left or fight channel

I Operation

Deck 2 open button (-_ DECK 2 OPEN). Deck 2 cassette holder...
CD open/close button (-_, OPEN/CLOSE).. 15 Headphone jack (PHONES).. [] Center console Remote control signal sensor.. 29 ] 5 29

AUX button (AUX)..

Tuner/band select button (TUNER, BAND). 12 Tape/deck select button (TAPE, DECK 1/2). 19 CD button (CD)... _) Display Disc direct play buttons and indicators (CD 1 ~ CD 5)... CD manager button (CD MANAGER)... I_ only 15 18, 24 18
Reverse mode select button (REV MODE). 19 Display select/demonstration button (-DISPLAY/-DEMO).. 10, 11 Tape edit button (TAPE EDIT).. Basic operating buttons FunclJonschange according the source. to _ only 21
3D AI button (3D AI).. Jog control (SOUND EQ).. _ only
Super sound EQ button (SUPER SOUND EQ). 25
Joy stick (SOUND EQ).. Volume control (VOL)..
Recording start/stop button (e REC/STOP). 22

Front panel

controls

Remote control

Buttons such as _ functions in exactly the same way as the buttons on the main unit. No. Name Ref. page 11 10
Standby/on button (0).. Auto off button (AUTO OFF).
PROGRAM CANCEL REPEAT P, ANDOW
Numeric buttons (>_10,1-9, 0).. (_

13, 12 25

Program button (PROGRAM).. Cancel button (CANCEL).. AUX button (AUX).. Tuner/band select button (TUNER).. EQ select button (EQ)..
3D AI select button (3D AI).. Muting button (MUTING).. 26 11
Reverse side playback/pause/preset channel select button (_II/V).

13, 15, 19

Pause/preset channel select button (U/V). 13, 15 Volume buttons (- VOLUME +).. Sleep button (SLEEP).. <_ Disc button (DISC)... Random button (RANDOM).. (_ Repeat button (REPEAT).. CD button (CD)... Tape/deck select button (TAPE).. _) 19
Skip/search buttons (P_l<l/.<l<l, IIH_/IIH_I). 15, 20 Play/preset channel select button (1_//_). 13, 15, 19

Stop/program

clear button (I/CLEAR)

. 15, 17, 19

)RO_RAMCANCEL REPEAT R,t_N_(_fd

AUX "_JNEF TAPE

MUTING _

II/LE_q I_//_

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Turning

f_e demo

(unction

If the clock has not been set, a demonstration of the display is shown when the unit is switched to standby. This function is set to on at the time of purchase. Press and hold [-DISPLAY/-DEMO] until "NO DEMO" is
displayed, The display changes each time the button is held down. NO DEMO (off) _ DEMO (on)

- DISPLAW

Auto.off

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When CD or tape is selected as the source To save powert the unit fums off if it is left unused for ten minutes -OEMO.

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This function oes not work if the source is tuner or AUX. d Press [AUTO OFF]. "AUTO OFF" is shown on the display I

AUTO OFF

To cancel Press [AUTO OFF] again to clear "AUTO OFF" from the display. For your reference The setting is maintained even if the unit is fumed off. When the unit is fumed on again, "AUTO OFF" is displayed and the unit functions as described above.
"AUTO OFF" disappears from the display if either tuner or AUX is selected as the source but continues to function normally, "AUTO OFF" remains displayed if CD or tape is selected as the source.

Setting

the time
This is a 12-beur display clock. This example in the figure shows how to set the time for 4:25 p.m.

Switch on the power.

] Press [CLOCK/TIMER] to select Every time you press the button: CLOCK-_ L PLAY _ _)REC _

"CLOCK".

Previous display
(within 7 seconds or so) Press [TUNE/TIME ADJ (V) present time.

or (A)]

to show the
Press [CLOCK/TIMER] to finish setting the time. The display will return to whatever was displayed before you set the time.
To display the time when system is ON Press [CLOCK/TIMER] to select "CLOCK".
To display the time when system is OFF Press [CLOCK/TIMER],
The time will be displayed for about 5 seconds and then the display will return to whatever was previously displayed.

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The clock may lose or gain some time over a period. Readjust if necessary.
convenient functlo. n$._,

[] Switching displays I

Press [-DISPLAY/-DEMO] to select the desired spectrum analyzer. Every timeyou pressthe button: Normal_ Peak hold _Aurora [--(OFF)_ -I

To mute the volume

This feature is convenient when you have a telephone call, etc. Press [MUTING]. Press the button again to cancel. "MUTING" goes out. Muting can also be canceled by lowering way (--dB). When the system is turned automatically canceled. MUTING off, the muting

the volume

all the

operation

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The unit comes on automatically. Every time you press the button: FM <--_ AM Press ress [TUNER, [l, TUNE BAND] MODE] to select to select band. "MANUAL".

MANUAL _ PRESET.

[TUNE/TIME

select

"TUNED" is displayed when a radio station is tuned.

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frequency of the required station. played when a stereo FM broadcast is being received. Adjust the volume.

Auto tuning

stopping when it[TUNE/TIME ADJ (V) or (A)] for a moment until the Press end hold finds a station. To cancel auto tuning, press when there is excessive auto frequency starts changing rapidly. The unit begins or (A)]tuning, Auto tuning may not function [TUNFJTtME ADJ (V) interference. once again.
If noise is excessive in FM
broadcasts will be heard in monaural.

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Press [ [ I<1</<_ FM MODE/BP] to if receptionthe is weak, but Press t<1<1/41<1 FM sound again to cancel mode. This mode improves MODE/BP]quality display "MONO". "MONO" goes out. MONO is also canceled if the frequency is changed. Turn off "MONO" for normal listening. Stereo and monaural broadcasts are automatically played as they are received.

I FM allomtlon selling

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broadcasts allocated in 0.1 MHz steps. By adjusting the allocation, you can enable this tuner to receive FM Press and hold [TUNER, BAND]. After a few seconds, the display will change to a flashing display of the current minimum FM frequency. If you continue to hold the button down, the minimum frequency will change. Releasethebuttonatthisfime. To return to the onginal frequency indication, repeat above.

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After changing the "allocation" setting, the frequencies you previously preset in the memory will be cleared. Sound is momentadly interrupted if you load/unload tapes while listening to an AM broadcast.
Presetting. racllo broadCo+its" !
There are two methods of praseffing stations. Automatic presetting : All the stations the tuner can receive are preset. Manual presetting : You can select the stations to preset and the order they are preset in. Up to 12 stations each can be set in the FM and AM bands.

Automatic presetting

Do the following once each for FM and AM. Preparation: Tune to the frequency where presetting is to begin (-_ page 12). Press and hold [MEMORY b,.ll_/Ib.lb4 ]. Release the button when frequency begins to change. The tuner presets all the stations it can receive into the channels in ascending order. When finished, the last station memorized is tuned in.

(within 10 seconds or so) Press [1] - [5] to select the disc you want,
Press the numeric through to []select the desired track. button Repeat steps [] until you have progremmed all the tracks you want.
Play wdl start in the programmed sequence
To cancel program play mode Press [PROGRAM] In the stop mode. Programmed contents will be saved in memory [] Press L]l_//k]. Pressing Ill/CLEAR] will cancel program play, but rt will also erase the ent=re program To select a two-digit track Press [->10] and then the two numbers you want [] When "CD FULL" appears The number of programmed tracks can be programmed [] tracks is hmded to 24 No further
You can do the following dunng program mode Check program contents Press [P<l_/<l_l] or [b,4_,41,,4_1] Every brae you press one of the buttons, the track and program No are shown on the display Add to the program Repeat steps [] through [] Cancel entnes From the last programmed track A specified track only Press [CANCEL]
Select the track wTth[l_P</<_i] or [IIHI_,,II,.I_], and press [CANCEL] w_tn 3 seconds Press [I/CLEAR]

All tracks

Memory retention Your program is retained in memory for about 2 weeks while the system is unplugged

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To replay your program If you turned OFF your program with [PROGRAM], again as explained below 1 Press [PROGRAM] 2 Press [I_/A]

you can play it

If you program a track not on your CDs The track =sinitially programmed, but dunng program play, the player will skip that track and will continue playing from the next programmed item

Listening

fO compact
Thts function makes it easter for you to select spec_l CDs and tracks from amongst those loaded m the player You can use this function to make recordtngs as well There are 3 CD/treck selection modes.
For playing back 1 track only from all loaded CDs 1-Track mode (1-TRACK) For playing back 1 CD only from all loaded CDs t-Disc mode (t-DISC) For playing back 1 track on all loaded CDs 1-Track All-Disc mode (1-ALL)

To stop tape playback Press [111. [] TO change the deck to be used Press [TAPE, DECK 1/2] to select the deck you want to use when you load cassettes into both peck.
Playback is momentadly interrupted while playing back tapes, if you open the other deck. Tapes exceeding 100 minutes are thin and can break or get caught in the mechanism. Tape slack can get caught up in the mechanism and should be taken up before the tape is played.
Endless tapes can get caught up in the deck's moving parts if used incorrectly. Use tapes appropriate to this unit's auto-reverse mechanism. Failure to operate these tapes correctly may cause the tape to wind around the revolving parts. Always read the instructions provided with your tapes.

Ustenl.eto _,_es_. _

[] To fast-forward

or rewind the tape

Press [1_1<1/<1<1] [I_I_/I).tIH] in the stop mode. or
Tape direction "[>"
To rewind [_</<<]

To fast-forward p_HH]

L__]To_o

rewind

To fast-forward
To find the Program Sensor) ('rPs: Tape beginning of a program
TPS finds the beginning of a track and resumes play from there. Each press increases the number of tracks skipped, up to a maximum of 9. Press []_1_1/'_1_1] or [1_1_/1_1_] during play.
To protect tapes against further recording

"7

Side A

_"

TPS may not operate correctly in the following situations: If the interval between tracks is less than 4 seconds. If there is noise between tracks. If there are silent parts within tracks,
Tab for side "B"
Tab for side "A"
To m._ord only naJ position NormaJ pesitic tape Hi-position tape
Types of tapes which can be recorded correctly
Use normal and high position tapes. Metal position tapes can be used, but the unit will not be able to record or erase them correctly. The unit automatically identifies the type of tape.
Use normal position tapes. High position and metal position tapes can be used, but this unit will cot be able to record or erase them serrecUy.

To start recording on the reverse side Load a tape and change the tapedirection as follows: 1. Press [TAPE, DECK 1/2] and select tape deck 2. 2. Press [4/11] and immediately thereafter [11]. The tape direction will be shown as =<]".
To record on the other side of the tape Tum the tape over and press [e REC/STOP].
When recording an AM broadcast, sound is momentarily interruptad when you start and stop the recording.
Lon_.oUn_; noise while AM recording (Beot proof]
Press [1_1<1/,<1_1, M MODE/BP] while recording. F Each time you press the button, "BPI" and "BP2" will be displayed altemately. Select the position where there is less noise.

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Press [__ DECK 2 OPEN], and insert the tape. Close the holderbyhand.

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Press [REV MODE] to select the reverse mode. Every timeyoupressthe button:

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: One side only records. : Both sides (front _- reverse) record. when [IIIREC/STOP]
C_.]) automatically changes to "_])" is pressed.
Insert CD in the tray. (Performsteps[] ~ [] on page 15). Press [(CD 1) ~ (CD 5)] to select the disc you want. Pressing[I] will stopplayback. Press [e REC/STOP] to start recording. The recording proceedfromthe firsttrack on the selected will
CD and will continue on through the last track of the final disc (page 15). The tape deck stops automatically when the CD is finished.

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To stop recording To add a 4 second silent interval before stopping Press [I]. The CD will stop automatically too. To stop reoording without a silent interval Press [e REC/STOP]. The CD will stop automatically too.

ITo record programmed

tracks
1. After step I11, program the track you want (perform steps [] on page 17), 2. Press [e REC/STOP] to start recording.
To start recording on the reverae side Load a tape and change the tape direct_n as follows: 1. Press [TAPE, DECK 1/2] and select tape deck 2. 2. Press [<1/11] and immediately will be shown as "<]'. thereafter [I]. The tape direction
To record on the other side of the tape Turn the tape over and press [e REC/STOP].

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This function makes it easier for you to select special CDs end tracks from amongst those loaded in the player

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MANUAL (see page 26)

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AI-EQ (see page 26) The oitginal display Lsrestored on the display panel in about 5 seconds.
To release the equalizer Dial [SOUND EO] to display "FLAT".

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When using the remote control to perform the operations described above Press [EQ]. Each itme this button is pressed, the setl_ngis changed in the sequence described above.
All recordings are performed at the fiat setting even if an alternative sound quality/sound field setting has been selected.
This feature enhances the bsss and treble effect of the sound. Press [SUPER SOUND EQ]. Press the button again to cancel. The button light goes out.

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Press [S.WOOFER], When listening to the sound through the speakers MID(medium)-MAX(high) -*- Ught off (OFF)
When listening to the sound through the headphones Light on (ON) _ Light off (OFF)
You cannotrecordsuperwoofereffe_,butyou sound.

can useitforpleyback

only ] Dial [SOUND EQ] to display "MANUAl.". When it is turned clockwise, the settings are selected in the following sequence. (_ HEAVY (_) CLEAR

SOFT D_SCO

(_ LIVE (_ HALL MANUAL _) AI4EQ (_ FLAT --

Adjust (_

the sound

quality.

<-- --+ direction:
For selecting the range of the sound to be adjusted Characteristics of each sound range Under 100 Hz: Super woofer range Around 330 Hz: Bass to midmnge Around 1 kHz: Midrange Around 3.3 kHz: Midrange to treble Above 10 kHz: Treble
To release the equalizer Dial [SOUND EQ] to display "FLAT".

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(_) $ T direction: For adjusting the level (7 steps) When the level is in the center, the dot flashes rapidly. Repeat steps (&)and (_) to set the desired sound quality. The odginal display is restored on the dist_ay panel in about 5 seconds.
The sound quality setting is stored automatically. It is recalled when "MANUAL" is next selected. All recordings are performed at the flat setting even if an alternative sound quality setting has been selected.

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The AI equalizer uses the SOFT, SHARP, HEAVY and LIGHT sound quality coordinates to achieve subUe sound quality settings with ease.

Press [3D AI] to adjust the surround Every time you press the button: 3DAI1 _ 3DAI2

level.

Adjust the sound quality. (&) <-- --_ direction: SOFT-SHARP setting.L T directk_l: LIGHT-HEAVY setting Repeat steps (_) and _) to set the desired sound quality. The odginal display is restored on the display panel in about 5 seconds.
The sound quality setting is stored automatically. "AI-EQ" is next selected, sound quality setting has been selected.

It is recalled when

All recordings are performed at the fiat seffing even if an alternative
The timer has two functions.
It can be sot to on at a certain time to
wake you up, or it can be set to record the radio or from the aux source. The play timer cannot be used in combination with the record timer.
Turn the unit on and sot the clock (-_ page 11). For the play timer, prepare the music source you want to listen to; tape, CD, radio or aux, and sot the volume. For the record timer, check the cassette's erasure prevention tabs (-i- page 20: m), insert the tape in deck 2, solect the reverse mode (for SC-AK44) (._ page 22) and tune to the radio station (-_ page 12) or select the aux source (.i. page 29). ] Press [CLOCK/TIMER] to select Every time you press the button: CLOCK--PLAY _ _REC

the timer function.

Previous display -._
@PLAY : to set the play timer _REC : to sot the record timer
FOR PIAY TIMER] [FOR RECORD TIMER]
Setting the start and finish times
_ (Within 8 seconds or so) Press [TUNE/TIME ADJ (V) or (A)] to select the starting time. Press [CLOCK/TIMER].

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CLOCK/

l_) Press [TUNE/TIME ADJ (V) or (A)] to select the finishing time. _) Press [CLOCK/TIMER]. The start and finish times are now set. Tuming the timer on to display the timer indicator. ]

Press [_PLAY/_REC]

PLAY -_ REC
L_ (OFF).,,---J _PLAY REC : to turn the play timer on : to turn the record timer on
('The indicator doesn't appear if the start and finish times or the clock haven't been set.)

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[_OR RSCORO X,MER]

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Press [_/I, POWER]for the tlmere to operate. The unit must be off to turn the unit off,
s For play timer The timer play will start at the preset time with volume increasing gradually up to the volume level you preset. For record timer The record timer comes on about 30 seconds eatiier than the sot time.

system OFF at the set time (Max. 2 hours, intervals). It lets you fall asleep listening to
Switch on the Dower The figure shows how to set the system to standby mode after 30 minutes. While enjoying the desired source: Press [SLEEP] to select the desired Pana_mi_ Every time you press the button: r,- SLEEP30 -,_ SLEEP 60--,- SLEEP 90 _._ SLEEP 120_-- SLEEP OFF
The system is turned off after the set time has elapsed. To cancel the sleep timer: Press [SLEEP] to select "SLEEP OFF". To confirm the remaining time: (only while system is ON) Press [SLEEP] To change the time remaining during operation: Press [SLEEP] to show the remaining time then press [SLEEP[ to select the desired time.
The sleep timer turns OFF automatically the moment you attempt to edit-record a CD using CD Manager function. The sleep timer can be used in combination with the play/record timer. The sleep timer always has pdonty. Be sure not to oveitap timer settings.

I Ustening

Io an external

source

(See page 7 for external unit connection) 1. 2. Press [AUX]. The system will come on automatically. Start playback from the extemaJ source. (For details, refer to the owner's manual of the equipment.) from an external source I

I Recording 1. 2. 3.

Press [AUX]. Press [e REG/STOP] (recording starts). Start playback from the external source. (For details, refer to the owner's manual of the equipment.) Ustening with headphones I
Reduce the volume level, and connect the headphones. Plug type: 3.5mm (Vs") stereo

Avoid listening damage.

for prolonged

periods

of time to prevent

hearing

Before requesting service, make the checks below. If you can't fix the system as descnbed below, or if something not listed here occurs, refer to the enclosed directory to locate an Authodzed Service Center convenient to you or contact your dealer For detailed instructions, contact an authorized servicenter M the U.S.A. and Panssonic Canada Inc. Customer Care Centre in Canada. or visit www.panasonlc.corn
In the U.S.A., carl 1-800-211-7262, e-mail consumerproducts@panasonic.com, In Canada, call 905-624-5505 or visit www.panasonic.ca Reference pages are shown as block circled numbers _.
Common Problems No sound.
Sound is unfixed, reversed or comes from one speaker only. Hummlng "ERROR" "-:--" heard during play. is displayed. _peare ;n the
Turn the volumeup. The speakercablesmay be shorted.Turnthe unitoff,check andcorrectthe connections and turnthe uniton. Checkthe speakerconnections.

SPEAKER SECTION _'1 _,_Tt_ Type 3 way speaker system Speaker(s) Super Woofer 17 cm (63/4 cone type ") Woofer 12 cm (4el,-) cone type Tweeter 6cm (23/8 cone type ') Impedance HIGH 6_ LOW 6 Input power HIGH 60W (Music) LOW 140W (Music) Output sound pressure level Cross over frequency Frequency range 45 Hz-22 kHz (-16dB) 55 Hz-20 kHz (-10 dB) Dimensions (WxHxD) 230 x 332 x 291 mm (9V_8"x 13V_6"x t 1,5/*) Mass 4.3 kg (9.51b)
87 dB/_V (1.0m) 150 Hz, 5 kHz
Notes: 1. Specifications are subject to change without notice. Mass and dimensionsare approximate. 2. Total harmonic distortion is measured by the digital spectrumanalyzer. 3. (For SB-AK44 and SB-AK33) The labels "HIGH" and LOW" on the rear of the speakers refer to High frequency and Low frequency,

Product Service

Do not attempt to remove the cover(s) or repair the unit yourself. Refer servicing to qualified personnel only,

JProduct information

For product service, product information or assistance with product operation, refer to the servicanterdirectory.
Panasonic Consumer Electronics Company, Division of Matsushita Electric Corporation of America One PanasonicWay Secaucus, New Jersey 07094 http'J/www.panasonlc.com
C_20OO Matsushita Electdc Industrial Co., Ltd.
Panasonic Sales Company, Division of Matsushita Electric of Puerto Rico, Inc. ("PSC") Ave. 65 de Infanteria, Km. 9.5 San GabrielIndustrial ark,Carolina. P PuertoRico00985
Panasonlc Canada 5770 Ambler Ddve Mississauga, Ontario L4W 2T3 www.panasonic.ca

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TNPA3932

CR NO.9

Q300 D300 FL300

D301 R370

R390 R391

C804 D801

R806 R810 C968

TH-37PA60H/M, TH-42PA60A/H/M/MT D-BOARD TZTNP01BMTB
D-BOARD (COMPONENT SIDE) TZTNP01BMTB

C838 IC007

R865 D805
R839 R838 R844 FL801 FL807 FL800 R825 R827 R831 R823 R840 R221 R220

CIC001

R060 R061 R074 R076 R102 R067 R066 R065 R064 R063 R062

D812 Q803

R181 R147 R236 R106 R112 C045 R188 R187 C048 C841 C043 R192 R189

1 L800

R864 R510 C531

IC803 1

M K H F D B L J G E C A C4

20 R11

C880 C825 D103

R183 10

L810 D102

R537 R538 4

R222 R206 R207

20 R540

R502 R514 C501 L500 FL500

1 C534 DCK

D-BOARD (COMPONENT SIDE) IC
IC9001 IC9003 IC9007 IC9200 IC9303 IC9500 IC9503 IC9504 IC9802 IC9803 IC9900 IC9901 B-5 B-3 C-5 D-3 E-2 C-5 C-4 C-3 B-5 B-5 D-3 C-3

C060 1

Q9050 Q9051 Q9052 Q9053 Q9054 Q9800 Q9801 Q9803 B-5 B-3 B-3 A-4 A-5 E-2 E-4 D-5
R161 R160 R826 R144 R216 C052 R143 C051 R170 R149 R171 R109 R80 IC003 C047

IC504 R381

R379 R380
2 R159 R105 C040 R203 C053 R172 C049 R12 13

N ML K J H GF ED CB

C948 R393

R194 C042

AA Y V T P AB W U R N 4 5

J H K L F

IC900 D G E B C A

R217 R218

R193 R113

C951 R938 R939

D101 R182 R148 R167 R111 R169 R174 R186 R185 R145 R104 R191 R190

C844 2

R166 R107 R175 R156 R165

10 RR18 17

C502 C505 R512 C504 R515 R519 C509
R958 R917 R922 R921 R916 R960

R350 R351 R352 R353 R354

C963 FL903 C962 C961

+ C953

FL901 55

1 C808

C806 L802

R952 R953

R905 R940 R942
R357 R358 R359 R360 R361 R362 R363

C044 C041

R518 R517 C510

C506 C508 C500

D803 C055
R522 R526 R531 R533 R532 R530 R535

C503 C507

TP_HD TP_VD C-3 C-3

13.8. C1-Board (37inch)

C1-BOARD IC
IC7101 IC7102 IC7103 IC7104

H-2 I-1 G-2 F-2

C1-BOARD (FOIL SIDE) TNPA3792AB

TNPA3792

C1-BOARD (COMPONENT SIDE) TNPA3792AB

ORDER NO. RICR148 IC103 R10

R151 ZA103

C1MM3 CRNO.7
R117 R116 R113 RICR142 55

20 R118 C131

RC126 CRC130

R146 R149 R160

C119 C117 R134

R154 D105 C132 R155 1

R136 R137

R123 C135

R166 R125 R130 R131

R132 R135

R127 R128

10 R168

R167 R139 CB2

RR158 CB3 R157 R124 C128

TH-37PA60H/M C1-BOARD TNPA3792AB

13.9. C1-Board (42inch)

C1-BOARD (FOIL SIDE) TNPA3799AB

TNPA3799

ORDER NO.

REVERSE

C1-BOARD (COMPONENT SIDE) TNPA3799AB

ORDER NO. ZA101

R121 11

R111 C111 C117

CRNO.7

R144 R143

1 R147 R149 ICC130 1

R117 R116 R113 R112

IC55 R142 R114 R115 RC11 R152 1

R134 R133

C126 C125 C116 R154 R155 C133 C132 CB3 R159 1

11 IC102

R161 R160
C127 C137 R146 C142 C139 R124 R168 C129 C128 20
C115 C121 D104 CBR138 C120

R150 R118

ZA102 R135

R167 R139

C131 ZA103
TH-42PA60A/H/M/MT C1-BOARD TNPA3799AB

13.10. C2-Board (37inch)

C2-BOARD IC
IC7201 IC7202 IC7203 IC7204 IC7205 C-2 A-2 D-2 E-2 C-2
C2-BOARD (FOIL SIDE) TNPA3793AB

TNPA3793

C2-BOARD (COMPONENT SIDE) TNPA3793AB
C22 IC205 C1 R237 RC220 C231 R266 R265 CC219 R269 R202 FL201 R245 R203 R270 R216 R1 ZA203 R236 C224 R242 R20

C2MM2 CRNO.7

R207 C215 C214

CR257 1

R11 R255 C208 R251 C201 C209 D201 C207 CBR11

R201 C236

R263 C234

R212 R252 ZA201

R233 R230

R214 R264

R224 R226
TH-37PA60H/M C2-BOARD TNPA3793AB

C204 C213

R210 R211

R221 R222

R231 R243

12 R219

R209 R208 R249 R248 R247 R246

R240 C238 CR250

R239 C222

C221 IC203 20

Q422 Q407

R455 R497 12V DET

RR443 PFC 3

TO AC CORD

F401 LIVE 4

PFC DET

D514 178V (1.7A)

TO PA5
+15Vc +15Vc +15Vc +15Vs(S) +15Vs(W) +15Vs(W)

VSUS DET

SW F402

R496 R495 R494

ERROR DET
PFC OUT DETECTION (350V 40V)

Vlow POWER CIRCUIT

L:ON 2

NEUTRAL

VlOW DET
5V OUT DETECTION (3V 1.0V)

Vsus 189V

AC POWER

Vsus POWER CURCUIT

TO SS11

Vsus GND

8 VCC 7 GD VFF ZCD CS 4
OVER VOLTAGE DETECTION (490V 80V)

R589 R527 R590

VOLTAGE OUT DETECTION (60V 40V)

R622 R648

R636 R3

TO SC2

3 R621 R533

R410 R413 D2

MAIN ON RL402 DC-DC CONVERTER

R534 R671 Csus D585 3

1 R627

L410 R435

ERROR DET (Vsus)

2 R628

RUSH ON T410

12V D505 D3 1

X501 4NHz

VSUS ON/OFF INV.

12V ON/OFF D521
15 D17 VDD VSS XIN XOUT AC GOOD F STB ON V LOW DET AC P DET TV ON/OFF 6 RESET STB PS PFC DET STB 5 ON/OFF VSUS DET F_STB ON/OFF PS SOS PFC ON/OFF V LOW ON/OFF VSUS ON/OFF ALL OFF 22 21

TO D25

+15Vc +15Vc

16 DD509 STB5V

DINV. 16 INV. ECO ON VSUS DET

+5Vc +5Vc STBY5V

Q525,Q530 Q524
DD416 Source Source Drain Vdd FB Vcs

ON:L 9

STB5V DET

H:ON 13 F_STBY_ON

DC POWER CONTROL
10 LOW 15 5V BUFF 11 MAIN RELAY 12 RUSH RELAY
H:ON ECO_ON PANEL_MAIN_ON PS_SOS ALL_OFF AC_GOOD

STANDBY POWER SAVE

POWER MCU
POWER SOS LED BLINKING : 4TIMES

2 OUT Vcc 1

D535 PR505

STB_PS(12V)

Q521 Q537

SWITCHING REGULATOR

STB5V ON/OFF

TO PA10

F STB 14V F STB 14V F STB 14V
ECO ON/OFF D S D S D S 6 D S D S D S 1

DC/DC CONV. (15V)

DC/DC CONV. (F STB 14V)
TH-37PA60H/M P-Board Block Diagram
14.4. P-Board (1 of 6) Schematic Diagram (37inch)

COLD COLD

P-BOARD TNPA3912AG (1/6) A

C461 330p

C443 1000p ZH54 ZH55

D503 MA165

D504 MA165

D417 ZH42 S3K60

RL403 DG12D1-O(M)-2
D419 S3K60 RL402 DG12D1-O(M)-2 TP1 TP2
2 R410 10/5W ZH2 ZH9 ZH3 ZH10
2 ZH30 ZH4 L405 TF3524V-123Y5R0 R417 430K ZH31 ZH32 ZH33 ZH34 ZH35

L404 TF3524V-123Y5R0

B1DEHQ000007 ZH37 D415 ZH36

TO AC CORD P9

Z450 EYF52BCY

Z451 EYF52BCY

ZH114 ZH19 ZH121 ZH117 ZH106 2.5mm ZH108 ZH110 ZH15 ZH118 2.5mm ZH17 ZH20 ZH122

G4D4A0000120

R406 ERX12SJ2R2V C460

T8AH 250V ZH12 CAUTION

2SB1443 R426 10K

R499 390K

LIVE NC NEUTRAL
Z452 EYF52BCY Z453 EYF52BCY ZH11 ZN402 D4EAD7510001

C470 1.0uF

ZH104 ZH105

ZH102 ZH103 ZH109 ZH111

C404 1.0uF D401 B0FBAT000006 ZH16 ZH18 ZH22 C409 1uF ZH48 ZH58
ZH107 2.5mm ZH116 ZH119 ZH120 2.5mm ZH123

R428 10K C446

RZN401 ERZVGED621

390uF/450V

ZH8 R493 12

T8AH 250V CAUTION

ZN404 ERZVGAD681

C476 100P

C473 100P

C478 100P

C474 100P ZH92 R414 15K ZH96 R498 damy R448 0.1 ZH95 R449 0.1 ZH97 TP3 TP4

S402 RA-362MS-V7-Y

R436 15K

S401 RA-362MS-V7-Y

L513 EXCELDR25V L403 EXCELSA35T

R424 22K

C431 1000P

D433 02DZ15

R421 33K

SSM3J14T

RR471 3.3K C462 1.0

D431 RB520

R437 18K C463 22P

Vcc R401 10K

L6561 POWER FACTOR CORRECTOR
C429 0.047 R441 680K R452 10K R442 680K C436 1.0 R456 33K

R472 560K

R494 560K

R453 3M

RTR040N03

B1DEGQ000070 ZH78

C457 0.033u

D544 MA4200-M 15.0

TO SC-BOARD (SC23)

+15V +15V GND

C571 33P

R665 2000

R477 180
D425 MA188 ZH80 RD586 1SR153 C603 1.0
D517 MA4330-M D518 MA4330-M

R482 22

R571 1M

14.0 R953

F_STBY F_STBY F_STBY GND GND GND

D536 SF20JC6

0 J501 LSJW0001
C556 1500u/25V C557 1500u/25V R565 1M

ZH91 J502 LSJW0001 ZH82

RSS130N03 DC/DC CONV.

R633 1M

TO PA-BOARD (PA10)

P10 P5

R629 1M ZH85

R566 1M

R598 33K R682 20K R570 100K R688 1K

R685 1K

+15Vc +15Vc GND +15Vc GND +15Vs(S) +15Vs(W) +15Vs(W) GNDs(S) GNDs(W) GNDs(W)

R564 100K

MT180 C469 220P

15.0 D508 02DZ7.5

TO PA-BOARD (PA5)

ETQ11K5AZ

D507 R673 1K 02DZ7.5
15.0 R555 1M C526 0.022 C562 0.022 R556 1M
HN1C01F R663 RC546 1000P ***

D528 MA3X15300L

D529 MA3X15300L

RRRR638 1K

R668 0

R667 0

C508 470P

C503 470P

D521 D1NS4 R712 0

R563 2.2

R951 10

RC656 2.2

C655 2.2

R713 4700

R690 4.7

R697 4.7

C527 4.7

C620 0.01

C643 47/50V PR509 F RD535 MA188

D530 02DZ10

R670 1000

R937 1K

D569 02DZ24Z

L510 EXCELDR25V

LSSK0062 POWER CONTROL

R596 100

RRC550 330P R545 10K D551 02DZ13 D571 02DZ24Z R551 330K R582 10K R584 10K D574 MA165 D572 02DZ24Z D579 MA165 R675 22K C552 R659 30K D549 R579 10K 02DZ24Z D570 02DZ24Z

C523 1.0

HN1C01F VLOW DET

C534 470P R591 1M

R562 4.7K

D520 MA111

R560 9.1K

R614 3300

Q541 Q510

RSR015P03

2SB1218AR

2SK3018

HN1A01F VLOW DET
2SD1819A-RTX D602 R645 02DZ8.2 100
0.1[KB] C551 0.1[KB] R641 47K C601 0.01 R650 10K R649 22K

R922 100

R931 33K R613 24K C574 0.1

2SK3018 C528 1.0

RD598 02DZ5.1

R537 100K R576 12K

TO P-BOARD (2/6)

P-BOARD TNPA3912AG (4/6)

C616 1000P D582 MA7056

R637 0.68

ZH24 PR601

TO SC-BOARD (SC2)

Vsus NC GND

2SK3568

R619 0.68 ZH29

6 T 3.15A 250V ZH25 ZH47

D501 S3K60

R642 0.68

R643 0.68 45H-5034A

C615 1700u/200V ZH46

C611 1700u/200V ZH26 ZH100

R644 0.R634 0.ZH101

TO SC-BOARD (SS11)

R654 22

D587 MA188
C640 0.1 R646 22K R528 4.7 R647 22K R620 10K R622 150K

R947 330

R589 12K

R648 150K

R526 220K

R945 22K

C653 1000P

R590 12K

R636 150K
ZCD D514 02DZ6.2 R621 12K

R527 220K

RSR025P03 R608 3300

R626 150K

R534 47K
2SK2998 R533 16K D585 02DZ7.5 R658 1M

L6565N DC-DC CONVERTER

R946 33K C531 1.0 C518 0.1 INV R695 16K COMP VFF CS

R656 47K

R627 8.2K D575 MA188 R628 3K RRC619 0.1 R550 47K C629 0.01 2SD1819A-RTX C641 1000P
R652 9.1K D506 02DZ5.1 R601 47K C632 330P

R691 100K

R671 10K

R603 33K

C634 1000P

HA17431 ERROR DET(Vsus)

R543 15K
TH-37PA60H/M P-Board (4 of 6) Schematic Diagram

P-BOARD (6/6)

14.8. P-Board (5 of 6) Schematic Diagram (37inch)
BA BB BC BD BE BF BG BH BI BJ BK

TO P-BOARD

P-BOARD TNPA3912AG (5/6)

R487 4.7K

R940 1K

R939 1K

R956 100K R955 47K C659 0.01

ON3171 Q568

2SJ463A

ON3171 PHOTO COUPLER HOT

R630 4.7K

R678 0

C612 0.01

2SK3018 R684 10K

R683 33K

R558 470K

RC511 1000P
2SK3018 R557 100K C533 0.01

R950 1M

RR546 1000
R514 100K RRR525 47K RR509 100K R519 100K

R538 100K

R511 100K

D505 D1NS4

2SD1819A-RTX C607 1.0 C638 0.01 R580 47K
2SK2090 C509 100/25V R935 100K

R578 47K

R510 100K

R609 1000

2SK3018 RC510 0.1 RR615 10K R532 1K

2SD1819A-RTX R611 47K

C608 0.01 D515 02DZ3.3

C613 0.01

R610 47K

C506 0.01

M34509G4FP

C610 1.0

R618 100K
VDD VSS XIN XOUT CNVSS Reset P21 P20 D5 D4 D3 D2 R936 10K R715 100

D559 02DZ7.5 R617 10K

D512 MA111
2SD1819A-RTX R535 C504 1.0 X501 4MHz C519 1.0 R520 100K R513 100K C583 1000P 1000

2SD1819A R501 22K D555 02DZ7.5 R687 10K R512 22K

R616 10K

D513 MA111

C626 0.01

R516 1000

R515 1000

2SD1820A
R581 47K RRR518 1K R554 1000

C501 0.01

R506 1000
2SD1820A C505 1000P R502 100K C502 0.01 R503 100K R504 1000

R3111N401C RESET

R517 10K D588 02DZ3.3

2SD1819A-RTX R548 1000

2SD1819A-RTX R586 47K

R552 10K

R553 100

C639 0.01

R577 47K

C631 0.01

R583 47K

D590 02DZ3.3

TH-37PA60H/M P-Board (5 of 6) Schematic Diagram
14.9. P-Board (6 of 6) Schematic Diagram (37inch)

CA CB CC CD CE

TO P-BOARD (4/6)

P-BOARD TNPA3912AG (6/6)

D502 WA5001=5

TO D-BOARD (D25)

+15Vc +15Vc NC GND GND GND +5Vc GND +5Vc STBY5V GND GND(STBY) F_STBY_ON FAN_SOS ECO_ON PS_SOS Panel_Main_ON ALL_OFF AC_GOOD KILL_SOS
C558 470u/25V D599 D1FP3 CR559 8.2K R569 33K D600 02DZ7.5 C658 1.0 R523 47K C660 2.2 PR505 TF16N5.00 L512 4.7uH

BD9703FP

C623 10

L511 47uH

RC662 0.01 C661 0.01 0
TH-37PA60H/M P-Board (6 of 6) Schematic Diagram
14.10. P-Board Block Diagram (42inch)
15V OVER VOLTAGE PROTECTION 2V) (16V D574

12V DET

RR443 PFC R455 R497 3
VOLTAGE OUT DETECTION 40V) (60V
15 D17 VDD VSS XIN XOUT AC GOOD 24 F STB ON 23 V LOW DET 22 AC P DET 21
7 TV ON/OFF RESET STB PS PFC DET STB 5 ON/OFF VSUS DET 19 F_STB ON/OFF 18 PS SOS 17 PFC ON/OFF 16 D513 V LOW ON/OFF 15 VSUS 14 ON/OFF ALL OFF 13 INV. 16 INV. VSUS DET

ECO ON

TH-42PA60A/H/M/MT P-Board Block Diagram
14.11. P-Board (1 of 6) Schematic Diagram (42inch)
A P-BOARD TNPA3911AG (1/6)

C443 1000p ZH54

D417 ZH40 S3K60 ZH42
D503 MA165 D419 S3K60 ZH51 TP1 TP2
RL2 R410 10/5W ZH1 ZH2 ZH9 ZH3 ZH10 L404 TF3524V-123Y5R0 L405 TF3524V-123Y5R0 R417 430K ZH2 DG12D1-O(M)-2 ZH30 ZH31 ZH32 ZH33 ZH34 ZH35 D420 S3K60 C444 1000p
Z450 EYF52BCY F401 Z451 EYF52BCY
B1DEHQ000007 ZH36 ZH19 ZH13 ZH117 ZH104 ZH106 2.5mm ZH118 ZH102 ZH108 ZH110 ZH121 2.5mm ZH17 ZH20 ZH122

D575 MA188

2SD1819A-RTX C641 1000P

C518 0.1 D506 02DZ5.1 R695 16K

R627 8.2K

R550 47K

C629 0.01

R657 1000

C619 0.1 R691 100K

R628 3K

R601 47K

C632 330P
HA17431 ERROR DET(Vsus) Vsus

R652 9.1K

TH-42PA60A/H/M/MT P-Board (4 of 6) Schematic Diagram
14.15. P-Board (5 of 6) Schematic Diagram (42inch)

TO P-BOARD (3/6)

COLD HOT

P-BOARD TNPA3911AG (5/6)

R487 4.7K R940 1K

ON3171

R955 47K R956 100K

C659 0.01

RR557 100K
R558 470K C612 0.01 R508 1000
C533 0.01 R950 1M R683 33K R505 33
RR514 100K R538 100K R684 10K
D505 D1NS4 C509 100/25V C607 1.0 R580 47K

R686 1000

R525 47K R602 3300
RR509 100K R519 100K R935 100K

2SK2090 C511 1000P

2SD1819A-RTX C638 0.01
2SK3018 RC510 0.1 R615 10K C608 0.01 R532 1K R606 1200

D515 02DZ3.3

R936 10K

R715 100

C610 1.0 VDD VSS XIN XOUT CNVSS Reset P21 P20 D5 D4 D3 D2
D559 02DZ7.5 C504 1.0 X501 4MHz
D512 MA111 R617 10K D513 MA111
C519 1.0 R520 100K R513 100K R2SD1819A

R501 22K

D555 02DZ7.5
RRC583 1000P R512 22K 2SD1819A-RTX R687 10K

2SD1820A R506 1000

2SD1820A RC501 0.01 R502 100K C502 0.01 R503 100K RR518 1K R581 47K RR554 1000

C505 1000P

2SD1819A-RTX RC639 0.01 R577 47K

2SD1819A-RTX

R586 47K
TH-42PA60A/H/M/MT P-Board (5 of 6) Schematic Diagram
14.16. P-Board (6 of 6) Schematic Diagram (42inch)

CA CB CC CD CE CF

P-BOARD TNPA3911AG (6/6)

L512 4.7uH

PR505 TF16N5.00

D502 5.0

WA5001=5 5.0

D600 02DZ7.5

C658 1.0

R523 47K

C660 2.2

C662 0.01 C661 0.01 R0

C558 470u/25V D599 D1FP3

R569 33K

C559 1200

R559 8.2K

TH-42PA60A/H/M/MT P-Board (6 of 6) Schematic Diagram
14.17. PA-Board Block Diagram

IC5601

AVR 5V/9V
16 ON/OFF1 VOUTSUB9V/ MAIN9V

MAIN_CVBS 61 MAIN_Y/CVBS MAIN_PB/C MAIN_PR PC_R PC_G PC_B PC_HS PC_VS 45 43
MAIN_CVBS MAIN_Y/CVBS MAIN_PB/C MAIN_PR PC_R PC_G PC_B PC_HS PC_VS
SCL0B SDA0B SL SL SR SR SOS AUDIO MUTE SP MUTE MSP.RESET RST MAIN_SW1 MAIN_SW2 SUB_SW1 SUB_SW2
SCL0B SDA0B 11 SL SR GC_RST CVBS0 CVBS1

SOS AUDIO MUTE

IC4019

10bit A/D(ADV7499)

78 SCL81 SCLK SDA AIN6 RESET 91 94

SP_MUTE MSP RESET RST

STB1.5V

Q1134 Q1135

MAIN_Y/CVBS
9 STBY3.3V SUB3.3V MAIN_SW1 MAIN_SW2 SUB_SW1 SUB_SW2

YIN0-YIN9

Q1131 Q1140,Q1141

Q4050,Q4058

MAIN_PB/C

A/D 10bit 110MHz

3D/2D com VPK MATRIX RGB ->YUV

CHROMA DEM.

AP_DE HSIB

COLOUR

DETECT

RIN0-RIN3

IC1110

AVR STB1.5V

EURO TEXT 4 VOUT VIN 5 STBY5V MAIN_CVBS MAIN_PR AIN4

CLKINB2

UVIN0-UVIN9

REFCH_HDMI

STBY3.3V SUB3.3V
8 NRST TMS AP_DE TCK REFCK_HDMI TRST MAIN1.8V 80
STBY_LED G_LED KEY1 KEY_EDGE AFC1 AFC2 AI_SENSOR RM_IN SD_RX SD_TX
SD_RX SD_TX 8 STBY_LED G_LED KEY1 MCU_RST KEY_EDGE AFC1 AFC2 AI_SENSOR RM_IN MAIN 5V VOUT VDOUT VIN 1 STBY3.3V

525i/p

D1107 D1106 PC_B PC_R PC_HS PC_VS PC_G 85 AIN1 AIN2 AIN3 HS_IN VS_IN

PORT-A (ADV7499)

PORT-B (FS&HDMI)
Detection Sync 625i/p 720p 1080i Macrovision SELF,ID,ED2 NOISE LEVEL

XTAL DCLK_IN LLC4

Q4053,Q4055

STB 3.3V RESET

SCL SDA

3D Y/C

ON/ 3 OFF
REFCK_ADV CLK0A CLKIA HSIA VSIA

Q1113,Q1115

SYNC SEPA

IC4013

AD 3.3V
VIN VOUT 1 AD 3.3V STBY5V

Q1114,Q1116

Q1108,Q1111

IC4030

MAIN5V

PLL 3.3V

5 CONT MAIN3.3V

IC4018

AVR 1.8V

1 1.8V VDD VOUT 5

IC4032

MAIN1.2V

IC4029

DLL 2.5V

1 VIN VOUT 5

VOUT 5

PLL3.3V

MAIN 1.2V

8 VIN VOUT 1

IC4037

DIGITAL INPUT I/F

IC4016

RESIZE MIX NR I/P CONV.

1 VDD VOUT 5

L4023 J0JHC0000078

C4544 16V 1u

*C4543 16V 0.1u

C4227 16V 0.082u

R4552 EXB28V220JX

R4527 22

RGB_CVBS

*R4457 0

*R4470 150

*RR4486 487

*Q4055

C4224 10V 0.1u *R46

C4228 16V 0.01u

R4544 22

EURO_TEXT

R4520 1.69k

*R4490 1k

*R4492 1k

C4245 10V 0.1u

R4555 EXB28V220JX

L4038 J0JHC0000078 + C4272 6.3V 47u C4273 10V 0.1u

C4235 16V 0.01u

C4266 16V 0.01u

C4269 10V 1u

*R51 R56 *RC4177 16V 0.68u C4172 16V 0.1u C4178 16V 0.039u R59 C4185 6.3V 10u C4189 10V 0.1u C4200 6.3V 47u C4199 16V 0.01u C4208 10V 0.1u C4211 10V 0.1u C4215 10V 0.1u 64 C4209 10V 0.1u C4186 6.3V 10u R4497 1k RR4474 1.21k PB/C R4483 1.78k C4173 16V 0.1u PR MAIN_PB/C C4190 10V 0.1u C4201 16V 0.01u C4205 16V 0.1u 65 R4517 1.37k C4206 16V 0.1u AIN1 AIN8 AIN2
UVIN7 P21 XTAL XTAL1 SRLUP/P23 BLC/LLC1 TRGIN/P22 P26 SRLIN/P24 MEI_CK/DCLK_IN R_ACTIVE/PP9 P10 P11 P7 P27 P8 SDA2 DVDDIO DGND SCLK3 P19 P18 P17 P16 P36 P35 PC4264 10V 0.1u RJSJSJSR4561 EXB28V220JX HSIA C4263 10V 0.1u RYIN2 YIN3 YIN4 YIN5 RYIN0 YIN1 C4262 10V 0.1u R4560 EXB28V220JX UVIN1 UVIN8 UVIN9

*RR4510 0

PVDD AGND AGND AIN7 SOG FB

P4 P5 P6

*R*C4196 16V 0.1u
AIN9 AIN3 ELPF2 AGND CAPY1 CAPY2 AVDD REFOUT CML AGND BIAS
R4496 1k MAIN_PR RR4001 1.21k

C1AB00002456

SFL/SYNC_OUT P28 P29 DVDD DGND P12 P13

C4188 6.3V 10u

C4191 10V 0.1u

C4204 10V 0.1u

R4482 1.78k

AIN11 AIN5

CAPC1 CAPC2 TEST0 AIN10 AIN4
P14 INT P15 DVDDIO DGND CS/HS

AIN6 SOY RESET

P33 VS FIELD/DE

DGND 89 90

DVDD 91

R4521 22

Y R4480 422

R4522 22

C4159 16V 0.1u

R4498 1k

R4499 R4501 1k 1k

R4502 1k

C4175 16V 0.1u

TP4028

C4217 16V 0.1u

C4248 10V 0.1u

R4469 150
R4481 2.2k R4488 2.2k C4168 50V 68p

Q4050 Q4059

*R*R4542 0

R4487 560

C4218 50V 1000p YIN9 YIN8 YIN7

RR4550 EXB28V220JX

IC4037 IC4037 IC4037 IC4037 IC4037 CLKIB2 IC4037 IC4037 IC4037 IC4037 IC4037
A1 AA3 AA4 AA5 A30 AD4 AD5 AD26 AC26 AE4
GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND
IC4037 IC4037 IC4037 IC4037 IC4037 IC4037 IC4037 IC4037 IC4037 IC4037 IC4037
AF20 AF23 AF24 AF25 AG4 AG8 AG9 AG12 AG13 AG15 AG16 AG22 AG23 AG24 AG25 AG26 AH3 AH17
GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND
IC4037 IC4037 IC4037 IC4037 IC4037 IC4037 IC4037 IC4037 IC4037 IC4037 IC4037 IC4037 IC4037 IC4037 IC4037 IC4037 IC4037 IC4037
AH18 AH20 AH21 AH23 AH24 AH26 AH27 AJ2 AJ17 AJ20 AJ24 AJ26 AJ28 AK1 AK2 AK12 AK13 AK17

IC4037 IC4037

D22 D27 E5 E6 E9 E10 E21 E22 E25 E26 F6 G5 G26 G27 G28 H5 H26 H27
J5 L26 L27 M4 M5 M15 M16 M17 M26 M27 N4 N5 N15 N16 N17 P15 P16 P17
P18 P19 R12 R13 R14 R16 R17 R18 R19 R26 R27 T4 T5 T12 T13 T14 T15 T26
IC4037 IC4037 IC4037 IC4037 IC4037 IC4037 IC4037 IC4037 IC4037 IC4037 IC4037 IC4037 IC4037 IC4037 IC4037 IC4037
AK24 AK29 B2 B29 C3 C28 D4 D10 D14 D17 D18 D21 E13 E14 E17 E18
GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND
IC4037 IC4037 IC4037 IC4037 IC4037 IC4037 IC4037 27MHz
AF4 AF8 AF9 AF12 AF13 AF15 AF16
GND GND GND GND GND GND GND
IC4037 IC4037 IC4037 IC4037 IC4037 IC4037 IC4037

PORT-A(ADV7499)

YIN9 IC4037 YIN8 IC4037 YIN7 IC4037 YIN6 IC4037 YIN5 IC4037 YIN4 IC4037 YIN3 IC4037 YIN2 IC4037 U1 GYIA0 V3 GYIA1 UVIN2 IC4037 L2 BUIA0 V2 GYIA2 UVIN3 IC4037 L1 BUIA1 V1 GYIA3 UVIN4 IC4037 P1 BUIA2 W1 GYIA4 UVIN5 IC4037 R3 BUIA3 Y3 GYIA5 UVIN6 IC4037 R2 BUIA4 Y2 GYIA6 UVIN7 IC4037 R1 BUIA5 Y1 GYIA7 UVIN8 IC4037 T2 BUIA6 UVIN9 IC4037 T1 BUIA7
R4708 REFCK_ADV 68 IC4037 YIN1 IC4037 YIN0 IC4037 UVIN1 IC4037 UVIN0 IC4037 RIN3 IC4037 RIN2 IC4037 RIN1 IC4037 RIN0 IC4037 N3 N2 N1 P3 P2 T3 U3 U2 M3
FRCKO1 RVIA7 A_DDR_DQ31 RVIA6 A_DDR_DQ30 RVIA5 A_DDR_DQ29 RVIA4 A_DDR_DQ28 RVIA3 A_DDR_DQ27 RVIA2 A_DDR_DQ26 RVIA1 A_DDR_DQ25 RVIA0 A_DDR_DQ24 IC4037 A_DDR_DQ23 AE2 AJ10 AK10 AJ11 AH11 AH12 AJ12 AH13 AJ13 DQ24 A_DDR_DQ7 IC4037 DQ23 A_DDR_DQ6 IC4037 A_DDR_DQ21 IC4037 A_DDR_DQ20 IC4037 DQ21 A_DDR_DQ4 DQ20 A_DDR_DQ3 IC4037 A_DDR_DQ18 IC4037 A_DDR_DQ17 IC4037 A_DDR_DQ16 IC4037 DQ16 DQ17 A_DDR_DQ0 IC4037 AH16 DQ0 DQ18 A_DDR_DQ1 IC4037 AK16 DQ1 DQ19 A_DDR_DQ2 IC4037 AJ16 DQ2 C4027 1u 10V IC4037 AH15 DQ3 RIC4037 AF6 IC4037 AJ15 DQ4 DQ22 A_DDR_DQ5 IC4037 AK15 DQ5 A_DDR_A0 IC4037 AJ8 A0 IC4037 AJ14 DQ6 A_DDR_A1 IC4037 AK7 A1 A_DDR_NCLK IC4037 AJ3 NSDCLO IC4037 AH14 DQ7 A_DDR_A2 IC4037 AH8 A2 A_DDR_CLK IC4037 AK3 SDCLKO IC4037 AD1 DQ25 A_DDR_DQ8 IC4037 AH1 DQ8 A_DDR_A3 IC4037 AH7 A3 A_DDR_CAS IC4037 AH10 CAS IC4037 JS4027 JSICAF14 AF5 IC4037 AD3 DQ26 A_DDR_DQ9 IC4037 AH2 DQ9 A_DDR_A4 IC4037 AJ6 A4 A_DDR_RAS IC4037 AJ9 RAS IC4037 AD2 DQ27 A_DDR_DQ10 IC4037 AG2 DQ10 A_DDR_A5 IC4037 AJ5 A5 A_DDR_WE IC4037 AK9 WE IC4037 AC3 DQ28 A_DDR_DQ11 IC4037 AG3 DQ11 A_DDR_A6 IC4037 AK5 A6 A_DDR_SDCKE IC4037 AJ4 CKE C4360 10V 1u IC4037 AC1 DQ29 A_DDR_DQ12 IC4037 AF3 DQ12 A_DDR_A7 IC4037 AH5 A7 A_DDR_DQS4 IC4037 AK14 DQS0 IC4037 AC2 DQ30 A_DDR_DQ13 IC4037 AF2 DQ13 A_DDR_A8 IC4037 AK4 A8 A_DDR_DQS1 IC4037 AF1 DQS1 L4053 J0JHC0000078 C4363 10V 0.1u IC4037 C4364 10V 0.1u C4117 10V 0.1u IC4037 A_DDR_DQ22 AC5 IC4037 IC4037 AC4 AG5 AG14 IC4037 AB1 DQ31 A_DDR_DQ14 IC4037 AG1 DQ14 A_DDR_A9 IC4037 AH6 A9 A_DDR_DQS2 IC4037 AK11 DQS2 A_DDR_DQ15 IC4037 AE3 DQ15 A_DDR_A10 IC4037 AJ7 A10 A_DDR_DQS3 IC4037 AE1 DQS3 MAIN3.3V A_DDR_A11 IC4037 AK6 A11 A_DDR_BA0 IC4037 AH9 BA0 A_DDR_BA1 IC4037 AK8 BA1

B 10bit
CTI/TINT COLOR CONTRAST WB-ADJ st-r

R 10bit G 10bit B 10bit

Video DATA

48bit(DA0-DC14)

NEW PLASMA AI

SUB-FIELD

PROCESSOR

DATA DRIVER

ROMDATA04-15(ROMADDRESS00-20) ROMDATA00-03 DRVCLKD0-D3 (DA15-DC15)

B0-B9 TO DG5

E+LVDS0 (RX_TA+) E-LVDS0 (RX_TA-) E+LVDS1 (RX_TB+) E-LVDS1 (RX_TB-) E+LVDS2 (RX_TC+) E-LVDS2 (RX_TC-) E+LVDS3 (RX_TD+) E-LVDS3 (RX_TD-) E+LVDS4 (RX_TE+) E-LVDS4 (RX_TE-) E+LVDSCLK (RX_TCLK+) E-LVDSCLK (RX_TCLK-) LVDS_DET
RCLK_E CLKM -IN PRCKI RA_E ,RB_E ,RC_E ,RD_E ,RE_E 21 SFRST SFVRST LATCH FPCLK FPDAT0 FPDAT1

VD HD DCK

VD HD DCK JTAG
XRST CLK8 CLK7 CLK1 CLK4 XXX9200

IC9502 IC9200

IC9303

16M FLASH MEMORY

DQ4-DQ15

TDO,TDI TMS,TCK

CLKM_IN FREE_RUN

CLOCK GENE.

5 VCC VOUT 4 RESET A0-A19 DQ0-DQ3

LVDS INPUT

Low Voltage Differential Signaling
DISCHARGE CONTROL (LSI58 COMM)

ROMDATA00-03

FLASH CONTROL
ROMDATA04-15/ROMADDRESS00-20

STB 5V_M

TO DG3
STBY 5V STBY 3.3V DISPEN READY ALARM

35 READY ALARM DRVMUTE

IC9504

LEVEL CONVERTER

3bit (DA15-DC15) CLRD,LED,PCD1,PCD2 20bit

, 17 19

TO C11

DOUTDA8

RECEIVER

IC9500

FPGA,ASIC

DATA DRIVER Control DATA

DATA0 ASDIO
LVDS SYNC PROCESSING WB ADJ DISCHARGE CONTROL FLASH CONTROL FPGA CONTROL

SS PULSE

IC9503

3.3V 5V

Sustain Control DATA 6bit UMH,UML,USH,USL,UEH,NUEL,ODED1,ODED2 ODED1 CLKD3 CLKD2 ODED1 CLRD

(DA8-DC14)

DOUTDC15 CLK3 CLK2 ODED1 CLRD PCD1 LED 5VDET

SCAN OUT SC PULSE

ECO_ON TUNER_SUB_ON ALL OFF IIC_CLK1 IIC_DATA1 IIC_CLK2 IIC_DATA2 TXD RXD IIC/INT IIC_CONT
19 IIC_CONT RXD_PC IIC_INT P3V_SCL1 P3V_SDA1 STB_SCL02 STB_SDA02 TXD_PC

SCAN DATA

STBY3.3V IIC_CONT SCL1 SDA1 SCL2 SDA2 TXD RXD IIC_INT PSTB PBUSY PDB0 PSLCT PDB1 LED_G LED_R REMOCON STBY5V P15V
21 LED_G LED_R REMOCON STB5V_M P15V P3V_SCL1 P3V_SDA1 STB_SCL02 STB_SDA02 IIC_CONT LDO_5V

IC9800

DC-DC CONVERTER 15V 1.2V

5 VCC VIN 21 P15V LDO_5V

IC9807

DC-DC CONVERTER 15V 3.3V

IC9809

DC-DC CONVERTER 15V 2.5V

5 VCC VIN 21 P15V

38 DATADCLK

P5V DRV_SOS7 (SC_SOS6) DRV_SOS2 (SC_SOS7)

IC9801

AVR P1.5V

IC9806

LDO_5V

AVR 5V

FB 24 FB 24 FB 24

Q9805 Q9806

P+15V SOS / LED BLINKING : 2TIMES P+3.3V SOS / LED BLINKING : 3TIMES P+5V SOS / LED BLINKING : 5TIMES
TH-42PA60A/H/M/MT, TH-37PA60H/M D-Board Block Diagram
14.38. D-Board (1 of 6) Schematic Diagram

FL9803 J0HABH000012

TO P-BOARD (P25)
PA9800 K5H4022A0023 C9823 25V 10u C9844 50V 0.01u
D-BOARD TZTNP01BMTB (1/6)
P15V P15V C9808 25V 10u C9807 25V 10u

P15V_MOTO

FL9804 J0HABH000012

P15V_MOTO 3 FAN_CONT

FAN_CONT 4 GND 5 GND FLGND 7 +5V

C9833 25V 10u P5V

C9817 25V 10u
R9802 62k D9801 B0JCDD000002 C9805 6.3V 4.7u

P5V_MOTO

J0HABH000013
R9880 C9837 16V 10u C9845 16V 0.1u LDO_5V 36k

8 GND +5V STBY5V 9 10

P5V_MOTO FL9806 J0HABH000013

STB5V_M

D9813 B0JCDD000002 C9800 16V 0.1u 3 P3.3V C9801 50V 4700p 5 VCC CB 10 COVP OUT-1 CUVP LX PGOOD VDD CTL OUT-2 LSAT PGND R9800 13k R9801 24k RILIM N.C. +INC -INC R9815 22k D9800 B0JCME000037 R9810 3k 18 C9809 16V 0.1u C9802 50V 47p C9803 50V 4700p R9808 100k 4 GND FB REFIN VO VREF RT CS VIN C9804 16V 0.1u 24
11 GND 12 GND 13 F_STBY_ON 14 FAN_SOS 15 ECO_ON 16 SOS4_PS 17 PANEL_MAIN_ON 18 ALL_OFF 19 (AC_GOOD) AC_GOOD VDATA_DET RALL_OFF PANEL_MAIN_ON SOS4_PS ECO_ON FAN_SOS TUNER_SUB_ON

C9028 6.3V 10u

C9029 6.3V 10u

C9846 16V 0.1u

C9887 6.3V 4.7u C9882 16V 0.1u 3 C9883 50V 8200p C9891 16V 0.1u C9884 50V 10p C9885 50V 1000p R9884 100k R9878 39k R9879 20k RVCC CB COVP OUT-1 CUVP LX PGOOD VDD CTL OUT-2 LSAT PGND ILIM N.C. +INC -INC D9812 B0JCME4 GND FB REFIN VO VREF RT CS VIN C9886 16V 0.1u 24

 

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