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PioneerVSX-918V A/V Receiver
A large, bright-orange MCACC logo gaudily celebrates Pioneers auto-setup and room-EQ features. I rarely use auto setup. My SPL meter is virtually an extension of my hand, and I need to know how amps sound in their virgin state. But MCACC will get the surround newbie up and running with minimal fuss. If you prefer to tweak your receiver manually, Pioneer recommends that you run the auto setup, then copy the settings to the custom menu and take it from there. The VSX-918V is rated at 95 watts of continuous power times ve (not seven). The 120 watts that Pioneers Website lists uses a more lenient specication method. As always, our test report contains the most credible numbers. This receiver and its two lower-priced siblings include new Pioneer Hybrid Amplifier Technology (PHAT). The name conjures up a very relaxed late-night meeting between engineers and marketers: Duuuude, lets make up a name so that the acronym is PHAT. Awesoooome! According to Pioneer, PHAT includes hand-selected parts, automatic temperature compensation, and power modules that minimize internal and external electromagnetic interference. This receiver sounds noticeably cleaner than the last similarly priced Pioneer receiver I reviewed, so maybe theres something to it. The receiver supports AM, FM, Sirius, and XM Radio, but not
cheap seats at Carnegie Hall. They dont provide best-case performance, but if youre living on a tight budget, youre just happy to be there. A budget A/V receiver can also form the basis of a starter system for the hardheadedly practical person whos dubious about surround sound but doesnt want to be left behind. Pioneer has two receiver lines, the higher-end Elite and a valueoriented line without any special moniker. The Pioneer VSX-918V hails from the value line where it is second from the top. At $349, it wont strain anyones budget. Although it doesnt have onboard decoding for the latest lossless and
other surround codecs, it can accept a high-resolution PCM signal from a Blu-ray player that does its own decoding. As youll see later, that comes in handy. Im going to depart from the norm and tell you my conclusion up front. The VSX-918V outperformed my expectations. This is quite a fine-sounding budget receiver. So keep on reading. The VSX-918V is a black box with a volume knob on the right and a matching source-select knob on the left. The front panel, however, is not entirely flat. It also has an angled panel where the sourceselect buttons reside. With the remote, youve got three, count em, three ways to pick sources.
Electronically reprinted from Home Theater / August 2008
digital over-the-air HD Radio. The front-panel USB jack accepts an iPod via the Apple-supplied adapter cable. There is no need for a cumbersome extra-cost dock. You can use the receivers onscreen display and remote to operate the iPod. There were a few surprises on the back panel. The HDMI output did not pass the onscreen menus; I used the component video output instead. Five of the seven sets of speaker terminals were like the collared binding posts you see on most receivers. However, the B speaker terminals were wire clips, which emphasizes the fact that they share amps with other channels. The 5.1-channel analog inputs only serve the center, sub, and surround, while the DVD analog inputs serve the front left and right channels. There are no S-video jacks but plenty of composite video. Also, the front-panel mini-jack for the MCACC microphone doubles as an audio input. All of these issues demonstrate the point that, if you want a good receiver at a low price, you live with compromises. The remote is simple but decent for a budget receiver. The control for master volume is a single horizontal rocker that measures a generous 1.4 inches wide. This simple and thoughtful touch made the remote a pleasure to use. Pioneer also made a modest effort to distinguish the other controls by shape. I counted nine distinct button shapes. Although the menu graphics are gray monochrome, its forgivable in a budget receiver. I hooked up the VSX-918V to a quintet of Paradigm Reference Studio 20 v.4 speakers. I set up the speakers to run full range, which is now my standard procedure for receiver reviews. Signal sources included a Pioneer Elite BDP-HD1 Blu-ray player. The player doesnt output a bitstream for Dolby TrueHD and other new surround
codecs, and the receiver has no onboard decoding for them. Still, they got along just ne communicating via high-resolution PCM, a maneuver that allows TrueHD
to live up to its potential. For DVDs, SACDs, and CDs, I used an Integra DPS-10.5 universal disc player. Vinyl ran on a Rega Planar 25 turntable with a Shure V97xE
cartridge and a NAD PP-1 phono preamp. Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story is a broad musical satire that lampoons Walk the Line, the Johnny Cash biopic. The VSX-918V beneted hugely from the Blu-ray and Dolby TrueHD treatment. Sure, the live ambience of John C. Reillys musical interludes was faked, but it still had an enveloping feel. Thats one thing Ive noticed about Tr ueH Ds ef fec t on musicit creates a betterdened soundeld. I was pleased to discover that even a modestly priced receiver like this one benefited from the next-gen codec. Lossless surround is for everyone, not just the afuent. My other two movie auditions were in old-style DTS. The setup menu of The Golden Compass noted: Optimized for home theater. No re-equalization required. This is probably true of most releases nowadays, but it was nice to be told. Roaring bears and whizzing witches abound in this semianimated fantasy. However, the soundtracks dominant element is an orchestral score that unceasingly comments on every moment of the action. All movie scores do this, but this one is especially tenacious, and it enhances the already imaginative storytelling. The recording of the orchestra some of it at the legendary Abbey Road Studiosis noticeably diffuse. Theres no attempt to concentrate it in the front channels. A s a result, every time I leaned to one side of
the sofa, I became aware of the string sound coming out of the surrounds. The receiver delivered dialogue beautifully and prevented the more aggressive effects from becoming strident. It was also revealing enough to let me split hairs about the orchestras deployment in the soundeld. If I hadnt already had these two rareed experiences, I might have attributed Aliens vs. Predator: Requiems more opaque sound to the receiver. Still, despite the aggressively roaring effects, I maintained the same volume setting throughout the movie, which indicates to me reasonably low distortion for a budget model. It was fun to discover in the end credits that the all-orchestral score had two titles, The Chopper and Grim Discovery.
Until this point, I knew that the VSX-918V wasnt bad. But was it actually good? A high-decibel session with Led Zeppelins debut LP provided the answeran emphatic yes. I played this title at moderate to loud volumes, and the receiver mustered the kind of buttery-smooth, well-focused sound that I associate with lowdistortion amps. Robert Plants vocal on Babe Im Gonna Leave You was imaged precisely between the left and right channels, even with the center shut down in stereo mode and my head weaving in and out of the sweet spot. With mounting satisfaction, I bumped the volume higher and higher with each track. Guitarist Jan Akkermans untitled albumhis fourth solo
recorddefines his distinctive fusion of rock, jazz, and classical elements with several longtime staples of his stage set. Akkerman recorded the album in 1977, with a string orchestra substituting for his guitar and keyboard synthesizers. The Pioneer brought out the oldfashioned monochromatic string recording, giving it a pleasing retro feel. With the speakers playing full range, the drum kit and congas sounded tight and had a fair amount of impact. This receiver is no substitute for a good outboard muscle amp, but it can still make drums sound like drums. The Garden of Cosmic Speculation is a riot of orchestral color, delivered via multichannel Telarc SACD. Its an exuberant antidote to the pofaced seriousness of much newly commissioned music. Composer Michael Gandol begins with allchannel birdsong and proceeds through a variety of styles, all of them accessible to non-academic listeners. He gleefully quotes music of every era from Gregorian chant to Bach to Stravinsky to Reich. The Pioneer kept pace with the works dynamics. I never needed to turn the volume down to avoid discomfort, or turn it up to catch low-level passages. I tried a few of Pioneers proprietary listening modes, most of which you can access via the remote or front-panel buttons. If youre using two speakers, Front Stage Surround Advance
provides a rich surround sound effect. The sound extends from a point between the front left and right speakers toward the center of the room. Two modes vary the faux-surround width. I tried both with Nick Drakes Five Leaves Left CD. The FSS Focus mode made it sound as though Drakes voice (beautifully recorded by John Wood) was in my head. The FSS Wide mode increased the effect. Overall, FSS produced a bigger sound but not a more focused one. A good recording can hold its own in plain stereo. Dialog Enhancement localizes dialog in the center channel, says the manual. I played the Drake CD in Dolby Pro Logic II Music mode, and this adjustment didnt affect the voice much. It did collapse the laterally wider guitar into the center channel, though. This might help if your center speaker is deficient and
you dont mind giving up some soundstage information. To enhance the ve amp channels, Virtual Surround Back simulates rear-surround speakers through your surrounds. I found it dispensable. Pioneer offers two enhancements for use with portable players. Sound Retriever attempts to compensate for artifacts of lossy audio compression. It seemed to increase the volume and thicken the lower midrange, but not in an unpleasant way. Automatic Level Control evens out the volume levels. It didnt do much for songs that were recorded at a steady level, but it did up the level for a quiet acoustic guitar track. I enjoyed using the Pioneer with the iPod USB connection. It sounded much better than when connected via analog mini-plug. If I owned this receiver, Id use this feature often.
The Pioneer VSX-918V is one very good-sounding budget receiver. No, it wont run power-pig speakers or decode Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio. But it will provide pleasingly clean power to speakers of appropriately high sensitivity. And it accepts Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio from your Blu-ray players built-in decoder via high-resolution PCM. Has Pioneer omitted a few features and connectivity options to keep the price down? Sure. But none of the omissions is fatal. This is the rare budget receiver that can provide pleasure with any kind of music or movie. Pair it with a good sat/sub set or stand-mount speakers from our Top Picks list on page 92, and have yourself some budget home theater fun. * Audio editor Mark Fleischmann is also the author of the annually updated book Practical Home Theater (www.quietriverpress.com).
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AUDIO/VIDEO MULTI-CHANNEL RECEIVER VSX-C300
INPUT SIGNAL PHONES SURR
ON PHONES VIDEO L AUDIO R DIGITAL IN
AUDIO/VIDEO MULTI-CHANNEL RECEIVER
THIS MANUAL IS APPLICABLE TO THE FOLLOWING MODEL(S) AND TYPE(S).
1. SAFETY INFORMATION.. 2 2. EXPLODED VIEWS AND PARTS LIST.. 3 3. BLOCK DIAGRAM AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM.. 8 4. PCB CONNECTION DIAGRAM.. 32 5. PCB PARTS LIST.. 46 6. ADJUSTMENT.. 50 7. GENERAL INFORMATION.. 7.1 DIAGNOSIS.. 7.1.1 Test Mode.. 7.1.2 Protection of the Amplifier Line.. 7.1.3 Operation of the Fan-Control Line. 7.1.4 Specifications of Speaker Detection. 7.1.5 Timing Chart.. 7.2 PARTS... 7.2.1 IC.. 7.2.2 DISPLAY.. 8. PANEL FACILITIES AND SPECIFICATIONS. 64
PIONEER CORPORATION 4-1, Meguro 1-chome, Meguro-ku, Tokyo 153-8654, Japan
PIONEER ELECTRONICS (USA) INC. P.O. Box 1760, Long Beach, CA 90801-1760, U.S.A. PIONEER EUROPE NV Haven 1087, Keetberglaan 1, 9120 Melsele, Belgium PIONEER ELECTRONICS ASIACENTRE PTE. LTD. 253 Alexandra Road, #04-01, Singapore 159936
c PIONEER CORPORATION 2001
T ZZR SEPT. 2001 Printed in Japan
1. SAFETY INFORMATION
This service manual is intended for qualified service technicians ; it is not meant for the casual do-ityourselfer. Qualified technicians have the necessary test equipment and tools, and have been trained to properly and safely repair complex products such as those covered by this manual. Improperly performed repairs can adversely affect the safety and reliability of the product and may void the warranty. If you are not qualified to perform the repair of this product properly and safely, you should not risk trying to do so and refer the repair to a qualified service technician.
WARNING This product contains lead in solder and certain electrical parts contain chemicals which are known to the state of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm. Health & Safety Code Section 25249.6 Proposition 65
NOTICE (FOR CANADIAN MODEL ONLY) Fuse symbols (fast operating fuse) and/or be of identical designation.
(slow operating fuse) on PCB indicate that replacement parts must
REMARQUE (POUR MODLE CANADIEN SEULEMENT) Les symboles de fusible (fusible de type rapide) et/ou de remplacement doivent avoir la mme dsignation.
(fusible de type lent) sur CCI indiquent que les pices
(FOR USA MODEL ONLY)
1. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
The following check should be performed for the continued protection of the customer and service technician.
ANY MEASUREMENTS NOT WITHIN THE LIMITS OUTLINED ABOVE ARE INDICATIVE OF A POTENTIAL SHOCK HAZARD AND MUST BE CORRECTED BEFORE RETURNING THE APPLIANCE TO THE CUSTOMER.
LEAKAGE CURRENT CHECK
Measure leakage current to a known earth ground (water pipe, conduit, etc.) by connecting a leakage current tester such as Simpson Model 229-2 or equivalent between the earth ground and all exposed metal parts of the appliance (input/output terminals, screwheads, metal overlays, control shaft, etc.). Plug the AC line cord of the appliance directly into a 120V AC 60Hz outlet and turn the AC power switch on. Any current measured must not exceed 0.5mA.
2. PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE
Many electrical and mechanical parts in the appliance have special safety related characteristics. These are often not evident from visual inspection nor the protection afforded by them necessarily can be obtained by using replacement components rated for voltage, wattage, etc. Replacement parts which have these special safety characteristics are identified in this Service Manual. Electrical components having such features are identified by marking with a on the schematics and on the parts list in this Service Manual. The use of a substitute replacement component which does not have the same safety characteristics as the PIONEER recommended replacement one, shown in the parts list in this Service Manual, may create shock, fire, or other hazards. Product Safety is continuously under review and new instructions are issued from time to time. For the latest information, always consult the current PIONEER Service Manual. A subscription to, or additional copies of, PIONEER Service Manual may be obtained at a nominal charge from PIONEER.
Device under test Test all exposed metal surfaces
Reading should Leakage not be above current 0.5mA tester
Also test with plug reversed (Using AC adapter plug as required)
AC Leakage Test
2. EXPLODED VIEWS AND PARTS LIST
Parts marked by "NSP" are generally unavailable because they are not in our Master Spare Parts List. The mark found on some component parts indicates the importance of the safety factor of the part. Therefore, when replacing, be sure to use parts of identical designation. Screws adjacent to mark on the product are used for disassembly.
PACKING PARTS LIST
FM Wire Antenna AM Loop Antenna Polyethylene Bag (0.340) Warranty Card Remote Control Unit Battery Cover Dry Cell Battery (R6P, AA) Left Pad Right Pad Packing Sheet Packing Case Operating Instructions (English)
ADH7004 ATB7009 Z21-038 ARY7045 AXD7310 AZA7378 VEM-013 AHA7349 AHA7350 AHG7015 AHD8010 ARB7248
AC Power Cord Cable Label
2.2 EXTERIOR SECTION
C A 33 H B 36 A 46 B 15 C D E 36 H I I 36
39 F G
36 G F
D 22 E 18
40 Refer to "2.3 FRONT PANEL SECTION". 30
EXTERIOR SECTION PARTS LIST
DSP ASSY 2P - JACK ASSY POWER ASSY VIDEO ASSY OPT - IN ASSY TRANS 2 Assy FM/AM TUNER MODULE TRANS 1 Assy Power Transformer (AC120V)
AWX7937 AWX7926 AWX7910 AWX7928 AWX7908 AWX7907 AXQ7231 AWX7906 ATS7317
Rubber Cushion Insulator 50 Assy Screw With Washer PCB Mold Screw Screw Screw Screw Front Panel Assy Dolby DTS. Label Speaker Label E Binder Screw (3x11.5) Screw Cord Clamper Cushion H11 Damper Cushion Cushion Circle 16S Fuse Card 65 Label Caution Label Rubber Cushion Support PCB
AEB7235 AMR7379 ABA7080 AMR2534 BBZ30P080FZK BBZ30P140FMC BBZ40P080FNI BBZ40P060FCC AMB7778 ARW7136 AAX7870 ZCABK1 ABA7071 BBZ30P080FNI RNH-184 AEB7239 AED7055 AED7054 AAX2344 ARW7050 ARW7143 AEB7235 ANZ7133
Fuse (FU1 : 2.5A) REK1112 FFC (J804 : 13P/180 BD 60V) ADD7242 (DSP CN803 TUNER CN201) FFC (J1702 : 23P/180 BD 60V) ADD7293 (DSP CN1702 FRONT CN4202) FFC (J4201 : 23P/200 BD 60V) ADD7293 (POWER CN303 FRONT CN4201) FFC (J4101 : 11P/100 BD 60V) ADD7336 (POWER CN304 FRONT INPUT CN4101) Thermistor AEX7004 (POWER CN306 TH9014) Trans Shield Barrier REG. Cover Tuner Barrier Leg Assy AEC7380 AEC7384 AEC7383 REC-434 AMR7363 ADD7292 ANA7129 ANC8017 AZN7886 AEC7365 AXM7017 ANH7144 AEB7231 ANG7362
Insulator 50 FFC (J803 : 7P/150 BD 60V) (DSP CN804 FRONT CN203) 23 Under Base 24 Rear Panel 25 Bonnet Case S (Box) 30 PCB Support DC Fan Motor Heat Sink HL Damper BK Trans Stabilizer
2.3 FRONT PANEL SECTION
FRONT PANEL SECTION PARTS LIST
FRONT ASSY POWER SW ASSY ENCODER ASSY LED ASSY FRONT INPUT ASSY
AWX7933 AWX7904 AWX7914 AWX7913 AWX7916
Front Panel Assy AMB7778 Function Button AAD7633 FFC (J1702 : 23P ADD7293 Front CN4202 DSP CN1702) Name Plate VAM1129 Standby Lens AAK7902 LED Lens AAK7903 Volume Knob P Assy AAB7239 Power Button AAD7630 Volume Cap AAC7032 FFC (J4201 : 23P ADD7293 Front CN4201Power CN303) Screw BPZ30P080FMC Screw (FE) ABA7009 Display Panel AAK7904 FFC (J4101 : 11P ADD7336 Front input CN4101Power CN304) Volume Mold Front Panel FFC (J803 : 7P Front CN4203DSP CN804) Energy Star Label Ring AAC7033 AMB7776 ADD7292 AAX7876 ABH7213
3. BLOCK DIAGRAM AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
3.1 BLOCK DIAGRAM
A FM/AM TUNER MODULE
BN201 CN201 CN803
IC701 TC9164AF AUDIO FUNCTION SELECTOR IC702 UPC4570G2
B DSP ASSY
IC1301-IC1303 NJM4558MD LPF & 6dB AMP. IC802 AK4527BVQ CODEC
FRONT INPUT ASSY (1/3)
C 2P JACK J ASSY
POWER ASSY (1/3)
D OPT-IN ASSY
IC1106 CS493292 DSP for DECODE IC1202 TC74VHCT244AFT 3 5V CONVERTER
IC801 AK4112AVF DIR & A/D SELECTOR
IC1201 AK7706VT DSP for DELAY
FRONT INPUT ASSY (2/3)
IC1101 TC74VHC574F IC1102 TC74VHC574F bit CONVERTER IC1203 TC551001CFT-70 RAM for DELAY
POWER ASSY (2/3)
IC1104 PDN031D ROM for DECODE
IC3201 NJM2296M VIDEO FUNCTION SELECTOR
FRONT INPUT ASSY (3/3)
IC1306, IC1402-IC1405 NJM4558MD IC1401 TC9164AF MIX AMP. SP Config. LPF IC1502-IC1504 UPC4570G2 PRE-AMP.
IC1501 M62446FP ELECTRIC VOLUME
POWER ASSY (3/3)
3.2 OVERALL WIRING DIAGRAM
DC FAN MOTOR : AXM7017
POWER CORD KUXJI/CA : ADG7022
M TRANS 1 ASSY
T1 POWER TRANSFORMER : ATS7317
IC703 IC1502 IC1504
IC802 IC1302 Q1507 IC1501 Q1508 IC1301
Q704 IC1303 Q705 Q1501 Q1502 Q1506
IC1107 Q1411 Q1401 Q1412 Q
G CN4202 J CN302
301 IC1107 Q1411 Q1408 Q1401 Q1402 Q1412 Q1403 Q1404 IC1106 IC1201 IC1402 IC1406 IC1404 IC1103 IC1203 IC1104 Q1407 Q1405 Q1406 IC1601 IC1701 IC1602
IC1202 IC1403 IC1405
02 Q801 Q803 IC1503 IC803 IC701
VSX-C300 4.4 POWER and SW ASSYS
J POWER ASSY
IC454 IC453 Q451 Q452
Q386 Q404 Q405 Q406
Q403 Q408 Q407 Q409 Q410
Q301 Q381 Q342 Q341 Q302
4.5 FRONT, VIDEO, OPT-IN, TRANS1 and TRANS2 ASSYS
G FRONT ASSY
E VIDEO ASSY
D E G H I
L TRANS2 ASSY
J J454 SIDE A
H LED ASSY E VIDEO ASSY D OPT-IN ASSY
Q4201 Q4202 Q4207
L TRANS 2 ASSY
5. PCB PARTS LIST
NOTES : Parts marked by NSP are generally unavailable because they are not in our Master Spare Parts List. The mark found on some component parts indicates the importance of the safety factor of the part. Therefore, when replacing, be sure to use parts of identical designation. When ordering resistors, first convert resistance values into code form as shown in the following examples. Ex. 1 When there are 2 effective digits (any digit apart from 0), such as 560 ohm and 47k ohm (tolerance is shown by J = 5%, and K = 10%). 560 = 1 = 561... RD1/4PU 1 J 47k = 3 = 473.. RD1/4PU 3 J 0.5 = R50... RN2H K 1 = 1R0... RS1P K Ex. 2 When there are 3 effective digits (such as in high precision metal film resistors). 5.62k = 1 = 5621.. RN1/4PC F Mark No. Description Part No. Mark No. Description Part No.
C1109, C1216, C1401, C1403 C1512-C1517, C1551, C1552 C713, C714 C1106, C1115, C1203, C1222, C1336 C1501, C1521, C1601-C1604 C1607-C1610, C1705, C758, C811 C832 C808 C1502, C1522 C729, C730, C804 C826 C1124, C829 C1301, C1302, C1311-C1314 C1323-C1325, C1335 C1510, C1511 C1417, C1418, C1429, C1430 C1439, C1440, C1539, C1546 C1605, C1606, C723, C724 C731, C732, C735, C736 C824 C753 C1343-C1348, C1443-C1446 C1451-C1456, C1557-C1562, C756 C1542, C1714, C841 C1101, C1103, C1107, C1110, C1112 C1118, C1121, C1123, C1126, C1129 C1131, C1132, C1201, C1205, C1206 C1209, C1211, C1213, C1215, C1219 C1349, C1402, C1404, C1525 C743C746, C805-C807, C809 C820, C833, C836, C842, C845 C847 C1223, C1328, C1442, C1447-C1450 C1505, C1508, C1524, C1540, C1707 C1717, C1718, C733, C734 C739, C740, C754, C803 C817, C818, C827, C830, C835 C839, C844, C855 C1411, C1412, C1435 C741, C742 C1549, C1550 C1305, C1306, C1315, C1316, C1327 C1419, C1420, C1431, C1432, C1441 C1217, C1504, C1507 C1303, C1304 C1330 C1433 C1503, C1523 C825 C1506, C1509
L1103, L1201, L1601, L1602, L1701 F1601-F1610, F1701 L1101, L1102, L1104, L1202, L1203 L701, L801-L808 ATL7002 DTF1070 QTL1013 QTL1013
C1127, C1128 C1319, C1320, C1331, C1413, C1414 C1518-C1520, C703, C706-C710 C717-C719, C721, C722, C816 C815 C814 C1425, C1426, C1527, C1528 C1533, C1534, C1541, C840 C1130, C1436, C1706, C1716 C1102, C1104, C1108, C1111, C1113 C1119, C1120, C1122, C1125, C1133 C1202, C1204, C1207, C1208, C1210 C1212, C1218, C1220, C1405 C1423, C1424, C1704, C755, C757 C810, C819, C828, C834, C848 C854, C856 C737, C738 C1307, C1308 C1317, C1318, C1329, C1332 C1409, C1410 C1326 CCSRCH100D50 CCSRCH101J50 CCSRCH101J50 CCSRCH101J50 CCSRCH150J50 CCSRCH180J50 CCSRCH221J50 CCSRCH221J50 CCSRCH271J50 CCSRCH471J50 CCSRCH471J50 CCSRCH471J50 CCSRCH471J50 CCSRCH471J50 CCSRCH471J50 CCSRCH471J50 CCSRCH560J50 CCSRCH820J50 CCSRCH821J50 CCSRCH821J50 CEANP100M16
R1604, R1606 R1514, R1554 OtherResistors RS1/16S1201F RS1LMF101J RS1/16S&&&J
CN1601 CN1501 CN804 CN1701 CN803 FJ CONNECTOR 14P 1.25 FJ CONNECTOR 19P 7P FFC CONNECTOR 10P FFC CONNECTOR 13P FFC CONNECTOR 14R-FJ 19R-1.25FJ 52045-0745 52045-1045 52045-1345
CN1702 JA702 JA701 CN701 X801 X1701 CN801 CNKN801 X1101 J801
23P FFC CONNECTOR 3P PIN JACK 3P PIN JACK 7P PLUG CRYSTAL RESO.(24MHz) CERAMIC RESO.(17MHz) 5P PLUG 8P PLUG PCB BINDER EARTH METAL FITTING CRYSTAL RESO.(27MHz) JUMPER WIRE
52045-2345 AKB7137 AKB7138 AKP7056 ASS7025 ASS7032 KM200TA5 KM200TA8 VEF1040 VNF1084 VSS1086 DB010NB0
IC451 IC201 IC452 IC301 IC341
NJM7812FA NJM78M56FA NJM7912FA STK402-040 STK402-240 2SA1037K 2SB1375 2SC2412K 2SC2712 2SC2712 2SC3326 2SC3326 2SD2012 DTA124EK DTC124EK DTC143EK 1SS355 1SS355 1SS355 D3SBA20(B) D5SBA20(B) RB501V-40 S1VB20/F03 S5566G(TPB2) UDZ20B UDZS5.1B UDZS5.6B UDZS6.8B
Q386 Q452 Q384, Q385 Q305, Q306, Q345, Q346, Q383 Q403, Q404 Q301, Q302, Q341, Q342, Q381 Q407, Q408 Q451 Q390, Q402, Q405, Q406 Q409, Q410 Q201, Q387, Q389, Q401 D201-D203, D301-D306 D341-D346, D381-D386, D401 D403-D408 D452 D451 D457, D458 D205 D455 D459 D204, D410 D409 D453, D454, D456
2P JACK ASSY
C2201, C2202 C2203, C2204 CCSRCH101J50 CCSRCH220J50
2201 2P PIN JACK CN2201 7P SOCKET AKB7143 AKP7067
C901, C902 CKSRYB104K25
L101 L301, L302, L341, L342, L381 F401 ATF7018 ATH-133 DTF1070
RY301, RY341, RY381, RY401 RY101 ASR7001 ASR7013
JA901, JA902 OPTICAL RECEIVE MOD. GP1FA502RZ CN901 5P SOCKET KP200TA5L
C101, C102 C451, C452 (4700F/35v) C401, C403 C305, C306, C345, C346, C383 C410 C407 C303, C304, C343, C344, C382 C309-C312, C349-C352 C385, C386 C313, C314, C353, C354 C202, C459 C408 C463, C464, C471 C454 C321, C322, C361, C362, C389 C465 C453 C201 C404, C461 C466 C315, C316, C355, C356 C391 C455, C456 ACG7033 ACH7161 CCSRCH101J50 CCSRCH221J50 CCSRCH221J50 CCSRCH331J50 CCSRCH471J50 CCSRCH6R0D50 CCSRCH6R0D50 CEAT100M50 CEAT102M16 CEAT1R0M50 CEAT221M25 CEAT222M25 CEAT2R2M50 CEAT331M50 CEAT332M16 CEAT470M25 CEAT471M16 CEAT471M35 CEHAT101M35 CEHAT221M10 CEAT101M50
IC3201 D3201-D3204 NJM2296M 1SS355
C3203, C3206, C3215 CCSRCH221J50 C3217 CCSRCH470J50 C3202, C3204, C3205, C3209, C3211 CEAT470M25
JA3201 6P PIN JACK CN3201 8P SOCKET AKB7140 KP200TA8L
IC302 IC453, IC454 AEK7009 NJM7805FA
Mark No. Description Part No.
CEHAT330M25 CKSQYF225Z16 CKSQYF225Z16 CKSRYB102K50 CKSRYB103K50 CKSRYB104K25 CKSRYB104K25 CKSRYB104K25 CKSRYB472K50 CKSRYB473K50
JA4102 JA4103 KN4101
OPTICAL LINK HP. JACK EARTH METAL FITTING
GP1FA502RZ RKB1014 VNF1084
C307, C308, C347, C348, C384 C301, C302, C341, C342 C371-C375, C381, C481, C482 C393 C203-C205, C402 C317-C320, C357-C360 C387, C388, C405, C406, C411 C460, C462, C472 C325, C326, C365, C366, C392 C467, C468
IC4201 Q4201, Q4207 Q4202, Q4205, Q4206, Q4208-Q4214 D4213-D4215 D4203, D4204 D4201, D4202 D4206, D4208D4210 D4205, D4212 D4207, D4211 PDG264A DTA124EK DTC143EK 1SS355 DAN217 DAP202K SLR-343MC(NPQ) SLR-343VC(NPQ) SLR-343YC(MNP)
R321, R322, R361, R362, R388 R319, R320, R359, R360, R387 R201 R311, R312, R351, R352 R451, R452 R453, R454 R461 R409 R401, R402 R317, R318, R357, R358, R386 R204 OtherResistors RD1/2LMF100J RD1/2MMF4R7J RD1/2VM270J RD1/4MUF101J RD1/4MUF4R7J RS1/16S1R0J RS1LMF102J RS1LMF121J RS1LMF221J XCN3001 RCN1080 RS1/16S&&&J
C4216 C4208 C4214 C4230, C4231 C4201, C4210, C4226 ACH7144 CEAL470M16 CEAT221M6R3 CKSQYF225Z16 CKSRYB102K50
CNCN304 CN303 JA301 H101, HT101 FJ CONNECTOR 14P 5P CABLE HOLDER 11P FFC CONNECTOR 23P FFC CONNECTOR 1P PIN JACK 6P SPEAKER TERMINAL 4P SPEAKER TERMINAL FUSE CLIP D. HEAT SINK SUB TRANS FORMER 14PL-FJ 51048-0500 52045-1145 52045-2345 AKB7080 AKE7077 AKE7078 AKR7001 ANH7146 ATT7057 B3B-PH-K AKP7032 D20PYY0515E DB015NB0 KM250MA3 RKN1004 VEF1040 VKN1775 DB010NB0
C4202, C4209, C4213, C4215, C4222 CKSRYB103K50 C4203-C4207, C4211, C4220, C4224 CKSRYB104K25 C4217, C4218, C4232-C4239 CKSRYB473K50
CN201, CN305 3P CONNECTOR AN101 AC INLET J454 5P JUMPER J457 JUMPER WIR UNIT CN306 3P PLUG JA401, JA402 REMOTE JACK 491- 493 PCB BINDER CN301 19P 1.25FJ CONNECTOR J455 JUMPER WIR
4204, 4205 3P CABLE HOLDER CN4203 7P FFC CONNECTOR CN4201, CN4202 FFC CONNECTOR V4301 FL TUBE X4201 CERAMIC RESO. (7.2MHz) J4205 J4301 3P JUMPER WIRE 3P JUMPER WIRE REMOTE RECEIVER UNIT FL HOLDER 51048-0300 52045-0745 52045-2345 AAV7083 ASS7039 D20PYY0310E D20PYY0315E GP1U27X VNF1122
C4103, C4104 C4107, C4111 C4108 C4105, C4109, C4117 C4102, C4106, C4110 C4112, C4113 CCSRCH101J50 CCSRCH471J50 CEAT470M25 CKSRYB103K50 CKSRYB104K25 CKSRYB223K50
4501 3P CABLE HOLDER 51048-0300
CN4101 JA4101 11P FFC CONNECTOR 3P PIN JACK 52045-1145 AKB7098
S4401 ROTARY ENCODER ASX7040
C4401, C4402 CKSRYB102K50
There is no information to be shown in this chapter.
4401 3P CABLE HOLDER 51048-0300
SWITCHES AND RELAYS CAPACITORS
C601, C602 CKSRYB103K50
J601 3P SHIELD HOUSING ADX7392
TRANS 2 ASSY
IC503 PROTECTOR(0.63A) IC501, IC502 PROTECTOR(2.5A) AEK7006 AEK7014
F501, F502 DTF1070
C501, C502 C503, C504 ACH1237 CKSRYB473K50
R501 R502 RD1/4MUF100J RD1/4MUF4R7J
504 5P CABLE HOLDER 51048-0500
TRANS 1 ASSY
TRANS 1 ASSY has no service part.
7. GENERAL INFORMATION
7.1.1 Test Mode
When the remote-control code is received, forced analog inputs and 2-channel stereo mode are set for all functions. Speaker setting: All high volume, SW ON When this mode is entered, "SJG:ANA" will be displayed for 5 seconds.
12. STBY mode
" 0 " key
STBY mode is entered when the remote-control code is received.
6. FAN ON/OFF switch
The fan is turned on or off and rotates as follows: Low speed High speed Off.
" 4 " key
7.1.2 Protection of the Amplifier Line
1. Detection of abnormalities in DC circuits
This detection has priority over the overload detection and abnormality detection for the fan and thermistor.
If an abnormality has been detected, AMUTE is on, RELAY is off, and the "AMP ERR" display is flashing.
Does the abnormality continue for 5 seconds or more?
Power is turned off.
The program restarts from the beginning.
2. Detection of overload
This detection has priority over the abnormality detection of the fan and thermistor. If an abnormality has been detected, AMUTE is on, RELAY is off, and the "OVERLOAD" display is flashing.
Power is turned off even if the unit has achieved recovery.
While the unit is recovering from the abnormality, the "OVERLOAD" display continues flashing.
7.1.3 Operation of the Fan-Control Line
1. Detection of the heat sink
The detection is carried out every other second by taking in the voltage of the thermistor at A/D (PORT 31).
2. According to the temperature detected, the following operation will be executed:
31 pin 0 to 0.1V 0.1V to 2.4V 2.6V to 2.8V 2.8V to 3.4V 3.4V to 4.1V 4.1V <to 122(60C) (70C)134 (75C)145 (90C)174 (115C)pin L L H L L L 25 pin L L L H H H 64,66,67 pin L H H H H L L H H H H L 19 pin
THRMO DCT Set voltage of A/D FAN START FAN MAX SP RELAY AMUTE
"THDCT NG" flashes for 5 seconds.
"HEAT UP" flashes for 5 seconds at 20-sec intervals. "OVERHEAT" flashes.
If you wish to switch FAN START from "H" to "L" and FAN MAX from "L" to "H," first set FAN START to "L," then after 100 s, set FAN MAX to "H." While "OVERHEAT" is flashing, only the POWER key is functional.
3. FAN operation
Once the fan starts rotating, it continues to rotate at the same speed until the temperature falls to 65C. Once the fan starts rotating, it continues to rotate for at least 20 seconds even after the temperature falls to the above-mentioned level.
3. Speaker settings
According to the results of the detection, speaker settings are made as follows: Results of the Detections
Center SP Sub-woofer Connected Connected Connected Not connected Not connected Connected Not connected Not connected Front SP low high low high
Center SP Surround SP low low low low Not connected low Not connected low Subwoofer ON OFF ON OFF
4. User's settings
In Setup mode, more detailed speaker settings are available. Once the user's settings are made, those settings have priority. However, if the configuration of connected speakers has changed, then the detection results become valid and have priority over the user's settings until new user's settings are made.
5. Detection circuit for the center speaker
More than 100 k mute
Check signal from U-COM
Detection signal to U-COM Mute
About 8 POWER AMP
7.1.5 Timing Chart
Timing Chart of Power ON Initial
AC relay (UCOM port) A. MUTE (UCOM port) FL, LED control Function SW (TC9164) Speaker detection Video (NJM2279) Tuner (built-in model) (LC72131) E-VOL (M62446FP) DSP UCOM (PD5681A) SP relay Overload DC abnormality detection FAN control
"H" (ON) "H" (ON)
Control start "L" or "H"
Control start Control start
Timing Chart of Power OFF Initial
AC relay (UCOM port) A. MUTE (UCOM port) Function SW (TC9164) Video (NJM2279) Tuner mute E-VOL (M62446FP) DSP UCOM (PD5681A) Relay (UCOM port)
Full open Mute ON Mute Reset OFF
VSX-C300 7.2 PARTS
The information shown in the list is basic information and may not correspond exactly to that shown in the schematic diagrams.
List of IC
PDG264A (FRONT ASSY : IC4201)
Mode Control IC
Pin Assignment (Top view)
G10 G2/AG3/AG4/AG5/AG6/AG7/AG8/AG9/AG10/AG11/AG12/AVDD 89 G13/AG14/AG15/AAAAAAS10 G3 G4 G5 G6 G7 G8 G9 S1 S2 S3 S4 S5 S6 S7 S8 S9
G2 G1 NC ACIN RDSDT RDS CK SW DCT RMC STEREO TMUTE PLL CE SP CONT TUNED PLL DO FAN START FAN DCT VENC_A VENC_B A.MUTE DSPM_CS2 DSPM_CS1 DSPM_CK DSPM_SI DSPM_SO FAN MAX ST_EVR DSPM_RST HP DCT CENTER DCT
G1/A1 G0/A0 NC PE0/EC0/INT0 PE1/EC1/INT1 PE2/INT2 PE3/INT3/NMI PE4/RMC PE5
31 PA2/ANPA6/ANPA7/ANPA3/ANPA4/ANPA5/ANPD4/APD0/APD1/APD2/APD3/AEXTAL 37 AVSS
S11 S12 S13 S14 S15 S16 S17 S18 S19 S20 S21 S22 S23 RY_C/R RY_A RY_AC RY_HP DIGITAL input Multi ch input Prologic DolbyDigital DTS FM+ MPEG/HP surr VIRTUAL/HP_surr MIDNIGHT SW boost 9164_CS GAIN_SEL SYS_CK
10 PE6/PWM 11 PE7/TO/ADJ 12 PC0/KRPC1/KRPC2/KRPC3/KRPC4/KRPC5/KRPC6/KRPC7/KRPB0/CINT 21 PB1/CSPB2/SCKPB3/SIPB4/SOPB5/SCKPB6/SIPB7/SOAVREF 29 PA1/ANPA1/AN1
G2 G1 NC ACIN RDS DT RDS CK SW DCT RMC STEREO T_MUTE PLL_CE SP CONT TUNED PLL_DO FAN START FAN DCT VENC_A VENC_B AMUTE DSPM_CS2 DSPM_CS1 DSPM_CK DSPM_SI DSPM_SO FAN_MAX ST_EVR DSPM_RST AVref HP DCT CENTER DCT THRMO DCT AMP_DC AMP_OL VER_1 KEYIN2 KEYIN1 AVSS RST EXTAL XTAL VS S TX TEX VDD VFDP VIDEO1 VIDEO2 VIDEO3 VIDEO4 SYS_DT O Data signal for communicate with M62446, TC9163 and PLL O NJM2296 control H H H H
O I I I I I I O O O I I O I I O I O O I O O O O I I I I I I I Grid output 2 Grid output 1 Connect to Vdd AC pulse input
Serial control data signal for RDS communication Serial control clock signal for RDS communication (Use for external interrupt) Subwoofer detection signal input Remote control signal input (non carrier signal) Discrimination signal of Stereo/Mono signal Tuner mute Chip select signal for communicate with LC72131 (tuner) Signal output for center speaker detection TUNED information Data input signal for communicate with LC72131 (tuner) FAN rotation signal output FAN STOP detection signal EVOL rotary encoder signal input A EVOL rotary encoder signal input B Audio mute CS input for DSP microcomputer control CS output for DSP microcomputer control Clock signal for communicate with the DSP microcomputer Data input signal for communicate with the DSP microcomputer Data output signal for communicate with the DSP microcomputer FAN rotation signal output Strobe signal for communicate with the E-VOL IC DSP microcomputer reset Connect to Vdd Headphone detection signal input Center speaker detection signal input Thermal detection signal input DC abnormal detection of the protection circuit (L: Abnormal detection) Overload abnormal detection of the protection circuit (L: Abnormal detection) Destination switch (A/D take-in) A/D conversion port of key input Connect to Vss Reset Connect an oscillator 7.2MHz Connect to Vss open Connect to Vss +5V -30V H H H L H L H H
6 MASTER VOLUME Use to set the overall listening volume. 7 Input buttons Use to select the playback source: the possibilities are DVD, TV/SAT, VCR, TUNER and FRONT. If the receiver is in standby mode pressing these buttons will also turn the power on. 8 FRONT jacks You can connect a portable DVD player, video camera, video game system, or whatever equipment you would like to have handy, to the FRONT jacks 9 PHONES jack Use to connect headphones (this switches the speakers off). 0 Volume level indicator - MIDNIGHT indicator Lights when Midnight Listening mode is on. = CHARACTER display Shows the current input (DVD, TV/SAT, etc.), listening mode, radio frequency, etc. ~ TUNER indicators STEREO: Lights when a stereo FM broadcast is being received in auto stereo mode. TUNED: Lights when a broadcast is being received. MONO: Lights when the mono mode is set using the MPX button.
Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. "Dolby", "Pro Logic" and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
1 RECEIVER (Power) button: This switches between STANDBY mode and power ON for this receiver. 2 Input/Control Mode Select buttons
Use to put the receiver/remote control in the input stated on the button. If the Direct Selection is off, then these buttons wont put the receiver in the input written on the button.
3 Control Mode Select buttons:
Use these buttons to put the remote control in receiver or TV mode.
INPUT SELECT REMOTE SETUP MASTER VOLUME
4 LED indicator :
This indicator flashes when a command is sent from the remote control to the receiver. It also flashes at when teaching the receiver preset codes. 5 INPUT SELECT button : Use to select the playback source. This button lets you cycle through the different inputs: DVD, TV/SAT, VCR, TUNER and FRONT. 6 MASTER VOLUME +/ buttons: Use to set the overall listening volume. 7 REMOTE SETUP button : Use this button when setting up the remote control with the REMOTE SETUP feature. 8 MUTING button : Use to mute the sound or restore the sound if it has been muted. 9 DISPLAY button : Use to display information. You can confirm what settings have been made by going through the various displays.
TUNER FRONT DISPLAY MUTING
INPUT SELECT CHANNEL VOLUME
ROOM SETUP TOP MENU
CH. SELECT AUDIO
DIMMER FLAT QUIET S.BASS
GAME TV SURR.
^ & *
PHONES MUSICAL DRAMA ACTION SURR. STEREO STANDARD AUTO MIDNGHT 2ch MULTI 2/MULTI AUDIO/VIDEO PRE-PROGRAMMED REMOTE CONTROL UNIT
(POWER) button : Use to turn on/off the power of the TV. a INPUT SELECT button : Use to select the TV input. b VOLUME +/ buttons : Use to adjust the volume on your TV. c CHANNEL +/ buttons : Use to select channels on your TV.
(Power) button : Use this button to turn on and off the power of other components. = CH SELECT button : Use to select a speaker when setting the volume level of each channel. ~ TEST TONE button : Use to sound the TEST TONE when setting the volume level of each channel. ! DIMMER button : Press to change the display brightness. The DIMMER button allows you to cycle through the four different brightness strengths for the display. a Tone Effect buttons: FLAT button - Press for FLAT mode. This mode plays as recorded with no tone adjustments. QUIET button - Press for QUIET mode. This mode is for delicate soundtracks. S. BASS button - Press for S.BASS mode, which adds additional bass to the sound.
@ ROOM SETUP (S-M-L) buttons :
Use these functions when setting up the surround sound speaker distances with the Quick Start, easy-to-do method. # CH.LEVEL +/ buttons : Use these buttons to control the volume level of each channel or add or subtract the amount of effect in a listening mode. $ 5 & ENTER buttons : Use these arrow buttons when setting up your surround system.
% 2 channel listening mode buttons :
VIRTUAL button- Press for VIRTUAL listening mode. This listening mode imitates surround sound but only uses two channels. PHONES SURR. buttonPress for PHONES SURR. listening mode. This listening mode imitates surround sound for headphones (also only two channel reproduc tion). STEREO buttonPress for STEREO listening mode. This is regular stereo reproduction (always two channel sound). ^ MULTI channel listening mode buttons : STANDARD button-Press for STANDARD listening mode. This is the basic listening mode for listening to Dolby Digital 5.1, DTS 5.1 and other surround soundtracks as well as Dolby Surround soundtracks. It offers pure decoding of the signal with no added effects. 2 channel sources will get decoded and played back as Dolby Pro Logic surround soundtracks. 5-D button-Press for 5-D sound mode. This listening mode takes two channel sources and simulates surround sound. GAME button-Press for GAME listening mode. This listening mode is best for games and other soundtracks with lots of electronic sounds. TV SURR. button-Press for TV SURR. listening mode. This listening mode takes mono (TV sound) sources and simulates surround sound. MUSICAL button- Press for MUSICAL listening mode. This listening mode is best for music and other soundtracks with lots of melody. DRAMA button-Press for DRAMA listening mode. This listening mode is best for dramatic movies and other soundtracks with lots of dialog. ACTION button-Press for ACTION listening mode. This listening mode is best for action movies and other soundtracks with lots of animated sounds. & MIDNIGHT button : Use to put receiver in MIDNIGHT mode. * 2/MULTI channel listening mode button : AUTO button: Use to put receiver in the AUTO mode, where the receiver automatically switches between STEREO (2 ch) and STANDARD (MULTI) according to the input.
Amplifier Section Continuous average power output of 21 watts* per channel, min., at 6 ohms, from 20 Hz to 20,000 Hz with no more than 0.9 %** total harmonic distortion (front).
Continuous Power Output (SURROUND MODE) FRONT. 33 W / ch (1 kHz, THD 1 %, 6 ) CENTER.. 33W (1 kHz, THD 1 %, 6 ) SURROUND. 33 W / ch (1 kHz, THD 1 %, 6 ) RMS Power Output (SURROUND MODE) FRONT. 40 W / ch (1 kHz, THD 10 %, 6 ) CENTER.. 40 W (1 kHz, THD 10 %, 6 ) SURROUND. 40 W / ch (1 kHz, THD 10 %, 6 ) Input (Sensitivity/Impedance) DVD, TV/SAT, VCR, FRONT. 200 mV/47 k Frequency Response DVD, TV/SAT, VCR, FRONT... 5 Hz to 100,000 Hz +0 dB 3 Output (Level/Impedance) VCR OUT.. 200 mV/2.2 k Signal-to-Noise Ratio (IHF short circuited, A network) , DVD, TV/SAT, VCR, FRONT.. 97 dB Signal-to Noise Ratio [EIA, at 1 W (1 kHz)] DVD, TV/SAT, VCR, FRONT.. 79 dB * Measured pursuant to the Federal Trade Commissions Trade Regulation rule on Power Output Claims for Amplifiers. ** Measured by Audio Spectrum Analyzer.
FM Tuner Section
Frequency Range.. 87.5 MHz to 108 MHz Usable Sensitivity.. Mono:13.2 dBf, IHF (1.3 V/ 75 ) 50 dB Quieting Sensitivity.. Mono: 20.2 dBf.. Stereo: 38.6 dBf Signal-to-Noise Ratio.. Mono: 73 dB (at 85 dBf).. Stereo: 70 dB (at 85 dBf) Distortion. Stereo: 0.5 % (1 kHz) Alternate Channel Selectivity.. 60 dB (400 kHz) Stereo Separation.. 40 dB (1 kHz) Frequency Response. 30 Hz to 15 kHz (1dB) Antenna Input (DIN). 75 unbalanced
AM Tuner Section
Frequency Range. 530 kHz to 1,700 kHz (10 kHz) Sensitivity (IHF Loop antenna).. 350 V/m , Selectivity... 25 dB Signal-to-Noise Ratio.. 50 dB Antenna... Loop antenna
Power Requirements.. AC 120 V, 60 Hz Power Consumption.. 130 W In Standby.. 1 W Dimensions. 420 (W) x 65 (H) x 322(D) mm. 16 9/16 (W) x 2 9/16 (H) x 12 11/16(D) in. Weight (without package).. 5.2 kg (11 lb 8 oz)
AM loop antenna.. 1 FM wire antenna... 1 Dry cell batteries (AA size IEC R6P).. 2 Remote control unit... 1 Power cord... 1 Speaker cord labels.. 1 Operating instructions.. 1 NOTE: Specifications and the design are subject to possible modifications without notice, due to improvements.
Input (Sensitivity/Impedance) DVD, TV/SAT, VCR, FRONT.. 1 Vp-p/75 Output (Level/Impedance) VCR, MONITOR.. 1 Vp-p/75 Frequency Response DVD, TV/SAT, VCR, FRONT MONITOR.. 5 Hz to 7 MHz +0 dB 3 Signal-to-Noise Ratio.. 55 dB
PHONES MUSICAL DRAMA ACTION SURR.
FM wire antenna (ADH7004) AM loop antenna (ATB7009) AC Power cord (ADG7022)
AA size IEC R6P Dry cell batteries (x2)
Remote control unit (AXD7310)
STEREO STANDARD AUTO MIDNGHT 2/MULTI MULTI 2ch AUDIO/VIDEO PRE-PROGRAMMED REMOTE CONTROL UNIT
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