Here you can find all about Pioneer VSX-D512 like manual and other informations. For example: amplifier.
Pioneer VSX-D512 manual (user guide) is ready to download for free.
On the bottom of page users can write a review. If you own a Pioneer VSX-D512 please write about it to help other people. [ Report abuse or wrong photo | Share your Pioneer VSX-D512 photo ]
Pioneer VSX-D512 Home Cinema Amplifier, size: 3.1 MB
User reviews and opinions
No opinions have been provided. Be the first and add a new opinion/review.
AUDIO/VIDEO MULTI-CHANNEL RECEIVER
Thank you for buying this Pioneer product. Please read through these operating instructions so you will know how to operate your model properly. After you have finished reading the instructions, put them away in a safe place for future reference.
The serial number for this equipment is located in the rear panel. Please write this serial number on your enclosed warranty card and keep it in a secure area. This is for your security.
WARNING: Handling the cord on this
product or cords associated with accessories sold with the product will expose you to lead, a chemical known to the State of California and other governmental entities to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. Wash hands after handling.
Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. Dolby, Pro Logic and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
"DTS", and "DTS Digital Surround" are registered trademarks of Digital Theater Systems, Inc.
1 Before you start
Checking whats in the box.6 Installing the receiver..6 Making cable connections..6 Loading the batteries...6 Operating range of remote control unit. 7
4 Controls and displays
Remote Control (VSX-D512)..21 Remote Control (VSX-D412)..24 Front Panel...26 Display... 28
5 Playing sources minute guide
Introduction to home theater..8 Listening to Surround Sound..9 Using the Quick Setup.12 Introduction to Sound Modes. 30 Stereo/Direct..30 Standard modes...30 Advanced Surround modes..30 Choosing the input signal.. 31 Using Stereo/Direct...31 Listening to multi-channel playback.32 Using Advanced Surround.. 32 Using Loudness and Midnight listening.32 Using the tone controls.. 33 Playing other sources.. 33 Selecting the multi-channel analog inputs. 34
3 Connecting up
Audio/Video cords.. 13 S-video cables (VSX-D512 only)..13 Digital audio cords/Optical cables..13 Connecting digital components.. 14 Connecting audio components..14 Connecting DVD 5.1 channel components. 15 Connecting video components..15 Connecting antennas.. 16 FM wire antenna...16 AM loop antenna...17 Antenna snap connectors. 17 Using external antennas..17 To improve FM reception..17 To improve AM reception..17 Connecting the speakers..18 Speaker terminals.. 18 Hints on speaker placement..19 AC outlet... 20 Operating other Pioneer components.. 20
6 Setting up the receiver
Choosing your receiver setup. 35 Speaker setting.. 36 Subwoofer setting.. 36 Crossover frequency setting..36 LFE attenuator setting..37 Front speaker distance setting.37 Center speaker distance setting. 37 Surround speaker distance setting.. 37 Dynamic range control setting.38 Dual mono setting.. 38 Coaxial digital input setting..38 Optical digital input setting..38 Setting the relative volume level of each channel.. 39
7 Using the tuner
Listening to the radio.. 40 Tuning directly to a station (VSX-D512 only).. 41 Improving FM stereo sound.. 41 Saving station presets..42 Naming station presets.. 43 Listening to station presets.. 43
8 Making recordings
Making an audio or a video recording.. 44 Monitoring your recording. 44
9 Controlling the rest of your system
Setting the remote to control other components (VSX-D512 only). 45 Selecting preset codes (VSX-D512 only). 45 Direct function (VSX-D512 only).. 46 Clearing the Preset Codes (VSX-D512 only).. 47 Controls for TVs (VSX-D512 only). 48 Controls for other components (VSX-D512 only).. 49 Preset Code List (VSX-D512 only). 51
10 Additional information
Troubleshooting.. 53 Specifications...55
Before you start
Checking whats in the box
Please check that you've received the following supplied accessories: AM loop antenna FM wire antenna Dry cell batteries (AA size IEC R6) x 2 Remote control These operating instructions
Loading the batteries
Installing the receiver
Please note the following points: Do not place objects directly on top of this unit. This would prevent proper heat dispersal.
Dry cell batteries (AA size IEC R6) 2
STAND BY /ON
TUNING TUNER EDIT CLASS MULTI JOG BAND MPX INPUT LISTENIN ATT FL G MODE MONITOR STANDAR D ADVANC SURROU ED ND
STEREO DIRECT / SIGNAL SELECT
MULTICHANN EL RECEIV ER
MIDNIGH T LOUDNE SS TONE QUICK SETUP MULTI JOG DOWN
MULTI JOG ENTER
INPUT SELEC TOR
MASTE R VOLUM E
When installing on a rack, shelf, etc., be sure to leave more than 8 inches (20 cm.) of space above the receiver.
Making cable connections
Make sure not to bend the cables over the top of this unit (as shown in the illustration). If this happens, the magnetic field produced by the transformers in this unit may cause a humming noise from the speakers. Incorrect use of batteries may result in such hazards as leakage and bursting. Observe the following precautions: Never use new and old batteries together. Insert the plus and minus sides of the batteries properly according to the marks in the battery case. Batteries with the same shape may have different voltages. Do not use different batteries together. When disposing of used batteries, please comply with governmental regulations or environmental public instructions rules that apply in your country or area.
Operating range of remote control unit
The remote control may not work properly if: There are obstacles between the remote control and the receiver's remote sensor. Direct sunlight or fluorescent light is shining onto the remote sensor. The receiver is located near a device that is emitting infrared rays. The receiver is operated simultaneously with another infrared remote control unit.
STAN DBY /ON
TUNE R EDIT CLAS S JOG BAND
ADVAN SURROCED UND
AUD IO/VI DEO
STERE DIRECO/ T
Depending on your DVD player or source discs, you may only get digital 2 channel stereo and analog sound. In this case, the listening mode must be set to Standard (it should already be set see page 32 if you need to do this) if you want multi-channel surround sound.
Using the Quick Setup
You can use the Quick Setup to get your system up and running with just a few button presses. The receiver automatically makes the necessary settings after you have selected your speaker setup and room size. If you want to make more specific settings, refer to Choosing your receiver setup on pages 35 to 39. Use the front panel controls for the steps below. Check the table below to find the speaker setup that corresponds with your system.
Front Center Surround Sub Speakers Speaker Speakers Woofer 3.0 ch 3.1 ch 4.0 ch 4.1 ch
MULTI JOG INPUT SELECTOR
5.0 ch 5.1 ch
QUICK SETUP DOWN
4 Press ENTER. The display prompts you to select your room size.
1 Press RECEIVER to turn the power on. The STANDBY indicator goes out. 2 Press QUICK SETUP. The display prompts you to select your speaker setup. 3 Use the MULTI JOG/INPUT SELECTOR dial to choose your speaker setup. Cycle between the following choices:
5 Use the MULTI JOG/INPUT SELECTOR dial to choose your room size. Depending on the distance of your surround speakers, choose between Small, Medium, or Large (see table below).
Front Center Surround
12 ft. 10 ft. 7 ft.
12 ft. 10 ft. 9 ft.
12 ft. 10 ft. 6 ft.
5.1ch 3.0ch 3.1ch
5.0ch 4.1ch 4.0ch
6 Press ENTER to confirm your setup. The display shows the speaker setup and room size that you have selected.
Before making or changing the connections, switch off the power and disconnect the power cord from the AC outlet.
Use audio/video cords (not supplied) to connect the audio/video components and a video cord to connect the monitor TV. Connect red plugs to R (right), white plugs to L (left), and the yellow plugs to VIDEO. Be sure to insert completely.
Digital audio cords/Optical cables
Commercially available digital audio coaxial cords (standard video cords can also be used) or optical cables (not supplied) are used to connect digital components to this receiver. Be sure to insert completely.
Digital audio coaxial cord (or standard video cord) Optical cable
S-video cables (VSX-D512 only)
Use S-video cables (not supplied) to get clearer picture reproduction than regular video cords. Connect from an S-video jack on the rear of the receiver to an S-video jack on the video component you are hooking up. Be sure to insert completely.
SV IDE O
Connecting digital components
For proper decoding of Dolby Digital/DTS soundtracks, you need to make digital audio connections. You can do this by either coaxial or optical connections (you dont need to do both). The quality of these two types of connections is the same, but since some digital components only have one type of digital terminal, it is a matter of matching like with like (for example, the coaxial output from the component to the coaxial input on the receiver). This receiver has both a coaxial and an optical input for a total of two digital inputs. Connect your digital components as shown below. When connecting your equipment, always make sure the power is turned off and the power cord is disconnected from the wall outlet.
DIGITAL OUT (OPTICAL) TV tuner (or Satellite tuner) DIGITAL OUT (COAXIAL) DVD player
The arrows indicate the direction of the audio signal.
Connecting audio components
To begin set up, connect your analog audio components (such as a cassette deck) to the jacks. For components you want to record with, you need to hook up four plugs (a set of stereo ins and a set of stereo outs), but for components that only play, you only need to hook up one set of stereo ins (two plugs). You should also hook up your digital components to analog audio jacks if you want to record to/from digital components (like an MD) to/from analog components. See above for more on digital connections. When connecting your equipment, always make sure the power is turned off and the power cord is disconnected from the wall outlet.
ANALOG OUT CD player ANALOG IN (REC) ANALOG OUT (PLAY)
Connecting DVD 5.1 channel components
If you prefer to use a seperate component for decoding DVDs, you can connect a decoder or a DVD player with multi-channel analog outputs to the multi-channel inputs of this receiver. When connecting your equipment, always make sure the power is turned off and the power cord is disconnected from the wall outlet.
CENTER OUTPUT SUBWOOFER OUTPUT SURROUND OUTPUT DVD/multi-channel decoder VIDEO with 5.1 channel analog OUTPUT output jacks FRONT OUTPUT
The arrows indicate the direction of the signal.
The 5.1 channel input can only be used when DVD 5.1 ch is selected (see page 34).
Connecting video components
Connect your video components to the jacks as shown below. Regarding digital video components (like a DVD player), you must use the connections pictured on this page for the video signal, but in order to hear a digital source (like a DVD) you should hook up the audio to a digital input (see page 14). It is also a good idea to hook up your digital components with analog audio connections (see page 14). For better quality video, you can hook up using the S-video jacks on the rear of the receiver instead of the regular video jacks (VSX-D512 only). Make sure you use an S-video cable to connect to the Svideo jack on the component you are hooking up (see page 13). When connecting your equipment always make sure the power is turned off and the power cord is disconnected from the wall outlet.
AC OUTLET SWITCHED 100 W MAX 0.8 A MAX
DO NOT CONNECT A MONITOR, TV SET, HEATER, OR SIMILAR APPLIANCE TO THIS UNIT'S AC OUTLET. Do not connect appliances with high power consumption to the AC OUTLET in order to avoid overheating and fire risk. This can also cause the receiver to malfunction.
Make sure no exposed speaker wire is touching the rear panel, this may cause the receiver to turn off automatically. This unit should be disconnected by removing the power plug from the wall socket when not in regular use (ex. when on vacation).
Handle the power cord by the plug. Do not pull out the plug by tugging the cord and never touch the power cord when your hands are wet as this could cause a short circuit or an electric shock. Do not place the unit, a piece of furniture, etc., on the power cord, or pinch the cord. Never make a knot in the cord or tie it with other cords. The power cords should be routed such that they are not likely to be stepped on. A damaged power cord can cause a fire or give you an electrical shock. Check the power cord once in a while. When you find it damaged, ask your nearest Pioneer authorized service center or your dealer for a replacement.
Operating other Pioneer components
By connecting a control cord (optional), you can point the remote controls of other Pioneer components at the receivers remote sensor. You can also use the remote control from this unit to control a Pioneer DVD player. The remote control signals are received by the remote sensor of this unit, and sent to the other devices via the CONTROL OUT terminal.
Receiver Other Pioneer products with CONTROL terminals Remote control unit Connect to CONTROL IN terminal of other Pioneer products with CONTROL terminals
Controls and displays
Remote Control (VSX-D512)
ADVANCED SURROUND (page 30, 32) Use to switch between the various surround modes. STEREO/DIRECT (pages 3031) Switches direct playback on or off. Direct playback bypasses the tone controls and channel levels for the most accurate reproduction of a source. 4 CH SELECT (page 39) Use to select a channel when setting up the surround sound of the receiver. TEST TONE (page 39) Use to sound the test tones when setting up the surround sound of the receiver. LEVEL +/ (page 39) Use to set up the levels of the surround sound of the receiver. EFFECT +/ (page 32) Use to add or subtract the amount of effect in the Movie, Music and Expanded Advanced Surround modes. 5 MUTE Use to mute the sound or restore the sound if it has been muted. 6 MASTER VOLUME Use to set the overall listening volume.
GUIDE Use to display the guides on a digital TV. SUBTITLE Displays/changes the subtitles included in multilingual DVD-Video discs.
20 ENTER (page 4850) It can be used to enter commands for TV, CATV and TUNER. 21 TV CONTROL buttons: These controls are for your TV. They are dedicated TV controls and will work no matter what mode the remote control is in. They can, however, be set for different TVs. By default they will control the TV. Thus if you only have one TV, assign it to the TV/SAT button (see page 45).
Remote Control (VSX-D412)
ADVANCED SURROUND (page 30, 32) Use to switch between the various surround modes. STEREO (pages 3031) Switches direct playback on or off. Direct playback bypasses the tone controls and channel levels for the most accurate reproduction of a source.
4 INPUT ATT Use to attenuate (lower) the level of an analog input signal to prevent distortion. 5 FL DIMMER Use this button to make the fluorescent display (FL) dimmer or brighter. 6 MENU (DVD control) Use to access different menus associated with your DVD player. TUNER EDIT (Receiver control) (pages 42 43) Press to memorize and name a station for recall using the STATION (+/) buttons. 7 DVD Use to switch over to the DVD controls on the remote control.
TUNER EDIT DVD
DVD CH SELECT EFFECT AUDIO
DVD CONTROL AV RECEIVER
1 RECEIVER Switches the receiver between on and standby. 2 MIDNIGHT/LOUDNESS (page 32) Use to switch to Midnight or Loudness listening. 3 LISTENING MODE buttons STANDARD (page 30, 32, 39) Press for Standard decoding and to switch between the various Pro Logic II options.
The DVD controls on the remote control (TOP MENU, MENU, } ] and ENTER/SETUP buttons) can only be used for DVD control after pressing DVD/LD on the remote. See the next page for more on the seperate DVD CONTROL buttons. 8 INPUT SELECTOR buttons Use to select the input source. 9 Volume buttons Use MASTER VOLUME +/ to set the overall listening volume. Use MUTE to mute the sound or restore the sound if it has been muted.
10 Tuner controls The TUNING +/ buttons can be used to find radio frequencies. The STATION +/ buttons can be used to select preset radio stations (pages 4243). BAND (page 41) Use to switch between the AM and FM bands when the tuner is selected. CLASS (pages 4243) Use to switch between the three banks (classes) of station presets. MPX (page 41) Use to switch between auto stereo and mono reception of FM broadcasts. If the signal is weak then switching to mono will improve the sound quality. DISPLAY (page 43) Use to switch the display between the station preset name and the frequency. 11 TOP MENU Displays the disc top menu of a DVD. 12 } ] and ENTER/SETUP buttons Use these arrow buttons when setting up your surround sound system. These buttons are also used to control DVD menus/options. 13 RECEIVER Use to switch to the receiver controls on the remote control. Also used when setting up the surround sound for the receiver. 14 CH SELECT (page 39) Use to select a channel when setting up the surround sound of the receiver. TEST TONE (page 39) Use to sound the test tones when setting up the surround sound of the receiver. LEVEL +/ (page 39) Use to set up the levels of the surround sound of the receiver.
EFFECT +/ (page 32) Use to add or subtract the amount of effect in the Movie, Music and Expanded Advanced Surround modes. 15 DVD CONTROL buttons You can use these buttons to control a Pioneer DVD player connected to your system. Button DVD AUDIO SUBTITLE What it does Turns DVD power on/off. Changes the audio language or channel. Displays/changes the subtitles included in multilingual DVDVideo discs. Press to start fast reverse scanning. Starts playback. Press to start fast forward scanning. Stops playback. Pauses a disc thats playing, or restarts a paused disc. Skips to the start of the current track or chapter, then to previous tracks/chapters. Skips to the next track or chapter.
ADVANCED SURROUND STEREO/ DIRECT SIGNAL SELECT
LISTENING MODE TUNER EDIT CLASS BAND MPX INPUT ATT FL DIMMER
1 STANDBY/ON Switches the receiver between on and standby. 2 STANDBY indicator Lights when the receiver is in standby mode. 3 STATION (+/) buttons (pages 4243) Selects station presets when using the tuner. 4 TUNING (+/) buttons (page 40) Selects the frequency when using the tuner. 5 Remote sensor Receives the signals from the remote control. 6 ENTER
9 TUNER EDIT (pages 4243) Press to memorize and name a station for recall using the STATION (+/) buttons. 10 CLASS (pages 4243) Switches between the three banks (classes) of station presets. 11 BAND (page 4041) Switches between AM and FM radio bands. 12 MPX (page 41) Press the MPX button to receive a radio broadcast in mono. 13 INPUT ATT Use to attenuate (lower) the level of an analog input signal to prevent distortion. 14 FL DIMMER Use this button to make the fluorescent display (FL) dimmer or brighter. 15 LISTENING MODE buttons STANDARD (pages 30, 32, 39) Press for Standard decoding and to switch between the various Pro Logic II options.
7 MULTI JOG/INPUT SELECTOR dial The MULTI JOG/INPUT SELECTOR dial performs a number of tasks. Use it to select options after pressing TONE, QUICK SETUP or TUNER EDIT. 8 PHONES jack Use to connect headphones.
When the headphones are connected, there is no sound output from the speakers.
ADVANCED SURROUND (pages 30, 32) Use to switch between the various surround modes. STEREO/DIRECT (pages 3031) Switches direct playback on or off. Direct playback bypasses the tone controls and channel levels for the most accurate reproduction of a source. 16 SIGNAL SELECT (page 31, 34) Use to select between an analog or digital signal. 17 MONITOR (page 44) Press to switch tape monitoring on/off. 18 MIDNIGHT (page 32) Use when listening to movie soundtracks at low volumes. 19 LOUDNESS (page 32) Use to boost the bass and treble at low volumes. 20 TONE (page 33) Press this button to access the bass and treble controls, which you can then adjust with the MULTI JOG/INPUT SELECTOR dial. QUICK SETUP (page 12) MASTER VOLUME
SIGNAL AUTO DIGITAL DIGITAL ANALOG DTS
DIGITAL PROLOGIC ADV.SURR.
DIRECT MONITOR MIDNIGHT STEREO LOUDNESS MONO
1 SIGNAL SELECT indicators Lights to indicate the type of input signal assigned for the current component: AUTO : Lights when AUTO signal select is on. DIGITAL : Lights when a digital audio signal is detected. 2 DIGITAL : Lights when a Dolby Digital signal is detected. ANALOG : Lights when an analog signal is detected. DTS : Lights when a source with DTS audio signal is detected. 2 DTS When the Standard mode of the receiver is on, this lights to indicate decoding of a DTS signal. DIGITAL When the Standard mode of the receiver is on, this lights to indicate decoding of a Dolby Digital signal. PRO LOGIC II When the Standard mode of the receiver is on, this lights to indicate Prologic II decoding.
5 ATT Lights when INPUT ATT is used to attenuate (reduce) the level of the input signal (can only be used with an analog signal). 6 DIRECT Lights when source direct playback is in use. Direct playback bypasses the tone controls and channel levels for the most accurate reproduction of a source. 7 MIDNIGHT Lights during Midnight listening. 8 MONITOR Lights when MONITOR is selected. 9 Speaker indicator Shows if the speaker system is on or not. SP 3A means speakers are switched on. SP 3 means the headphones are connected. 10 Character display
11 ADV. SURR. (Advanced Surround) Lights when one of the Advanced Surround listening modes of the receiver is selected.
12 LOUDNESS Lights during Loudness listening. 13 TUNER indicators STEREO : Lights when a stereo FM broadcast is being received in auto stereo mode. MONO : Lights when the mono mode is set using the MPX button. TUNED : Lights when a broadcast is being received. 14 Master volume level Shows the overall volume level. --- dB indicates the minimum level, and 0dB indicates the maximum level.
Dolby Pro Logic, Dolby Digital and DTS signal processing is done automatically corresponding to the input signal.
RECEIVER DVD/LD TV/SAT
INPUT SELECTOR CD
DVD/LD TV / SAT VCR/DVR TV CONT
CD-R/ VCR/ TUNER TAPE/MD DVR STANDARD
Press ADVANCED SURROUND repeatedly to cycle the sound options. Each press changes the display as follows:
*VSX-D512 only. Switch on the playback component. Switch on the receiver.
Music Virtual SB* Expanded
Refer to page 30 for more details about each surround effect.
3 Select the source you want to playback. Use the INPUT SELECTOR (VSX-D412)/MULTI CONTROL (VSX-D512) buttons on the remote (or the MULTI JOG/INPUT SELECTOR dial on the front panel). 4 Press STANDARD. For multi-channel sources, Dolby/DTS decoding is selected automatically according to the source and shows in the display. For a two channel source, you can press STANDARD repeatedly to select the Pro Logic II mode you want:
The Movie, Music, and Expanded effects of Dolby/DTS can be adjusted in the range of 10 to 90 (the default setting is 70) by pressing EFFECT +/. The effect level can be set for each of these Advanced Surround mode. The Standard and Stereo modes cannot be changed.
Using Loudness and Midnight listening
The Loudness listening feature can be used to get good bass and treble from music sources at low volume levels. The Midnight listening feature allows you to hear effective surround sound of movies at low volume levels. The effect automatically adjusts according to the volume at which youre listening.
Pro Logic Pro Logic II Music Pro Logic II Movie
Refer to page 30 for more details about each mode.
Press MIDNIGHT/LOUDNESS. Each press cycles through the effects as follows:
The tone controls can only be used with the Stereo sound mode. When the receiver is switched to Direct, using the tone controls automatically switches the receiver to Stereo mode.
Midnight Off Loudness
You can also press MIDNIGHT or LOUDNESS on the front panel. Each press switches the effect on or off.
Playing other sources
Using the tone controls
Depending on what you are listening to, you may want to adjust the bass or treble using the front panel tone control.
CD-R/ VCR/ TUNER TAPE/MD DVR
1 Turn on the power of the playback component. 2 Turn on the power of the receiver.
1 Press TONE to select the frequency you want to adjust. Each press switches between BASS and TREBLE. 2 Use the MULTI JOG/INPUT SELECTOR dial to change the amount of bass or treble as necessary. Wait about five seconds for your changes to be input automatically.
3 Select the source you want to playback. Use the INPUT SELECTOR (VSX-D412)/MULTI CONTROL (VSX-D512) buttons on the remote (or the MULTI JOG/INPUT SELECTOR dial on the front panel). 4 Start playback of the component you selected in step 1.
Selecting the multi-channel analog inputs
Connect a DVD player with 5.1 channel output to listen to 5.1 channel playback. 1 Select DVD/LD if it is not already selected. Use the INPUT SELECTOR (VSX-D412)/MULTI CONTROL (VSX-D512) buttons on the remote (or the MULTI JOG/INPUT SELECTOR dial on the front panel). 2 Press SIGNAL SELECT (front panel) repeatedly to select DVD 5.1 ch. To cancel 5.1 channel playback, use the SIGNAL SELECT button to select an input signal (other than DVD 5.1 ch).
When 5.1 channel playback is selected, you cant use the SIGNAL SELECT, INPUT ATT, TONE, and MIDNIGHT/LOUDNESS buttons, as well as the Standard, Advanced Surround, and Stereo/Direct sound modes. When 5.1 channel playback is selected, only the volume and channel levels can be set.
Setting up the receiver
Choosing your receiver setup
Even though you may already have your system up and running after using the 5 minute guide on pages 8 to 12, you should also be sure to complete the following set up operations to ensure the best possible surround sound. This is particularly important when using Dolby surround. You only need to make these settings once (unless you change the placement of your current speaker system or add new speakers, etc.). Refer to the following pages for details on each of the settings.
It will be easiest to adjust each of the settings in turn, following the order below (and on the following pages). The current setting is shown for each option as you cycle through the display. Speaker setting (page 36) Specify the number and type of speakers you have connected. Subwoofer setting (page 36) Specify how the subwoofer is used. Crossover frequency setting (page 36) Determine which frequencies will be sent to the subwoofer (or large speakers). LFE attenuator setting (page 37) Specify the peak level for the LFE channel. Front speaker distance setting (page 37) Specify the distance from your listening position to your front speakers. Center speaker distance setting (page 37) Specify the distance from your listening position to your center speaker.
If you are using the Pioneer S-FCRW230 speaker system, youll have to set the Crossover frequency to 200 Hz. You can leave the Speaker setting and the Subwoofer setting in the default settings.
Surround speaker distance setting (page 37) Specify the distance from your listening position to your surround speakers. Dynamic range control setting (page 38) Compress the dynamic range of the sound track.
DVD or LD player TV or Satellite tuner VCR or Digital Video Recorder CD player CD Recorder, Tape deck or MD player TV or Cable TV tuner FM/AM tuner
The remote control will exit an operation after 1 minute of inactivity.
1 While pressing the RECEIVER button press and hold the 1 button. The LED blinks. To cancel the preset mode at any time press RECEIVER. The remote control will also return to the previous mode after one minute of inactivity.
2 Press the MULTI CONTROL button for the component you want to control. The LED lights. 3 Use the number buttons to enter the 3 digit setup code (see pages 51 for Preset Code List). The LED blinks again. If the correct code has been input the power of the component being input will turn on or off. The power of the component being input will only turn on or off if that component is able to be turned on directly by remote control. 4 Repeat steps 2 through 3 for the other components you want to control. 5 When you're done, press RECEIVER.
Direct function (VSX-D512 only)
Default setting: ON You can use the direct function feature to control one component using the remote control while at the same time, using your receiver to playback a different component. This could let you, for example, use the remote control to set up and listen to a CD on the receiver and then use the remote control to rewind a tape in your VCR while you continue to listen to your CD player. When direct function is on, any component you select (using the MULTI CONTROL buttons ) will be selected by both the receiver and the remote control. When you turn direct function off, you can operate the remote control without affecting the receiver. 1 While pressing the RECEIVER button press and hold the 4 button. The LED blinks. 2 Press the MULTI CONTROL button for the component you want to control. The LED lights. 3 Use the number buttons to enter either 1 (direct on) or 2 (direct off). The LED blinks again. 4 Repeat steps 2 through 3 for the other components you want to control. 5 When you're done, press RECEIVER.
You can only input a code for the component type written on each MULTI CONTROL button (except RECEIVER and TUNER). Even if you dont input a preset code for the TV (TV/SAT MULTI CONTROL button) you will be able to control your TV using the dedicated TV CONTROL on the remote if you have assigned it to the TV CONT button. You may not be able to use a particular code even if it is listed on pages 51. The remote control buttons will not be able operate other equipment unless preset with the method above.
You cant use direct function for TUNER.
Clearing the Preset Codes (VSX-D512 only)
You can clear all presets and restore the factory default settings. 1 While pressing the RECEIVER button press and hold the 0 button for three seconds. The LED on the remote control blinks three times indicating all the preset codes have been cleared. The remote control will reset as described in the box below.
Code 007 009, 011 003, 017 (Video game) 000, 003, 008, 111 Code 101 105, 107 100, 111(DVD/LD) Code 601, 610, 615, 616, 617, 618, 609 603, 620 607, 610, 603, 612, 629 601, 608, 607, 610, 617, 602 628, 618, 611 607
STB (SATELLITE/CATV) TV / SAT TV CONT Manufacturer Code JERROLD 711, 701, 702, 712, 704, 713 703, 714, 716, 715 S.ATLANTA 705, 706, 708, 709 ZENITH 707, 717, 710 PIONEER 700 On digital STB Manufacturer RCA SONY ECHOSTAR PRIMESTAR BELL PIONEER DTV TV / SAT TV CONT Manufacturer PIONEER PANASONIC JVC TOSHIBA TUNER Manufacturer PIONEER
TV / SAT TV CONT
Code 201, 203, 208 200, 207, 231 Code 229, 207, 231, 232 226, 228 Code 500
VCR Manufacturer ORION FUNAI RCA ZENITH MAGNAVOX FISHER PANASONIC TOSHIBA JVC HITACHI SONY MITSUBISHI SANYO SHARP GOLDSTAR OPTIMUS GRADIENTE LOEWE PIONEER DVD Recorder Manufacturer PIONEER TAPE Manufacturer DENON FISHER JVC KENWOOD ONKYO OPTIMUS PANASONIC SONY TEAC TECHNICS YAMAHA PIONEER
Code 401, 406, 408, 414, 405, 413 411, 415 403, 404, 417 414, 408, 426, 403 410, 426, 412, 427, 425, 420 408, 432, 433 405, 409, 426 428, 430, 429, 408, 414, 408, 401, 406, 436, 434 416, 417, 404, 408, 457, 409, 420, 421, 422, 423, 424 408, 407 410, 412, 425, 435 402, 418, 419 411, 409 408, 432, 433, 402, 418, 414, Code 456 Code 802 804, 807 808, 803 801, 803 811, 812 800
CD Manufacturer DENON JVC KENWOOD MARANTZ ONKYO OPTIMUS PANASONIC PHILIPS RCA SANYO SONY TEAC TECHNICS YAMAHA PIONEER MD Manufacturer SONY KENWOOD SHARP TEAC ONKYO DENON PIONEER CD-R Manufacturer PHILIPS PIONEER
Code 309, 310, 311, 321 323, 312, 324, 346 320, 308, 304, 326 312, 322, 346 302, 319, 301, 316, 317, 318 305, 306, 327, 324, 325 304, 326 315, 314, 328 300, 345 Code 900, 902, 907 Code 346 345
Incorrect operations are often mistaken for trouble and malfunctions. If you think that there is something wrong with this component, check the points below. Sometimes the trouble may lie in another component. Investigate the other components and electrical appliances being used. If the trouble cannot be rectified even after exercising the checks listed below, ask your nearest Pioneer authorized service center or your dealer to carry out repair work. Problem The power does not turn on. Remedy Connect the power plug to the wall outlet. Disconnect the power plug from the outlet, and insert again. Make sure there are no loose strands of speaker wire touching the rear panel. This could cause the receiver to shut off automatically. Make sure the component is connected correctly (refer to pages 1318). Press MUTE on the remote control to turn muting off. Adjust the MASTER VOLUME. Press the MONITOR button to turn monitoring off. Make sure the component is connected correctly (refer to pages 1315). Select the correct component (use the INPUT SELECTOR buttons). Tune in the correct frequency. Connect the antenna (refer to pages 1617). Route any other cables away from the antenna terminals and wires. Fully extend the FM wire antenna, position for best reception, and secure to a wall. Connect an outdoor FM antenna (refer to page 17). Adjust the direction and position for best reception. Connect an additional internal or external AM antenna (refer to pages 1617). Turn off the equipment causing the noise or move it away from the receiver. Place the antenna farther away from the equipment causing the noise. Connect an outdoor antenna (refer to page 17).
No sound is output when a function is selected.
No image is output when a function is selected.
Considerable noise in radio broadcasts.
Broadcast stations cannot be selected automatically.
Problem No sound from surround or center speakers.
Remedy Refer to Speaker setting on page 36 to check the speaker settings. Refer to Setting the relative volume level of each channel on page 39 to check the speaker levels. Connect the speakers properly (refer to pages 1819). Move the cassette deck further from your receiver, until the noise disappears. Set the SIGNAL SELECT to AUTO, DIGITAL or ANALOG according to the type of connections made. (refer to page 31). Set the digital input settings correctly (refer to page 38). Make digital connections (refer to page 14) and set the SIGNAL SELECT to DIGITAL (refer to page 31). Refer to the instruction manual supplied with the DVD player. Set the digital volume level of the player to full, or to the neutral position. Refer to the manual supplied with the DVD player.
Noise during playback of a cassette deck. Sound is produced from other components, but not from LD or DVD player.
No sound is output or a noise is output when software with DTS is played back.
When a search is performed by This is not a malfunction, but be sure to turn the volume a DTS compatible CD player down to prevent the output of loud noise from your speakers. during playback, noise is output. Cant operate the remote control. Replace the batteries (refer to page 6). Operate within 23 feet ( 7 m), 30 of the remote sensor on the front panel (refer to page 7). Remove the obstacle or operate from another position. Avoid exposing the remote sensor on the front panel to direct light. Press FL DIMMER on the remote control repeatedly to return to the default.
The display is dark or off.
If the unit does not operate normally due to external effects such as static electricity disconnect the power plug from the outlet and insert again to return to normal operating conditions.
Continuous average power output of 100 watts* per channel, min., at 8 ohms, from 20 Hz to 20,000 Hz with no more than 0.2 %** total harmonic distortion (front). Continuous Power Output (Stereo) Front.. 100 W per channel (2020,000 Hz, THD 0.2 %, 8 ) Continuous Power Output (Surround) Front.. 100 W per channel (1kHz, THD 1.0 %, 8 ) Center. 100 W (1kHz, THD 1.0 %, 8 ) Surround. 100 W per channel (1kHz, THD 1.0 %, 8 ) Input (Sensitivity/Impedance) CD, VCR/DVR, CD-R/TAPE/MD, DVD/LD, TV/SAT.. 200 mV/47 k Frequency Response CD, VCR/DVR, CD-R/TAPE/MD, DVD/LD, TV/SAT.. 5 Hz to 100,000 Hz +0 dB 3 Output (Level/Impedance) VCR/DVR REC, CD-R/TAPE/MD REC.. 200 mV/2.2 k Tone Control BASS.. 6 dB (100 Hz) TREBLE.. 6 dB (10 kHz) LOUDNESS. +6.5 dB/+3 dB (100 Hz/10 kHz) (at volume level 50 dB) Signal-to-Noise Ratio (IHF, short circuited, A network) CD, VCR/DVR, CD-R/TAPE/MD, DVD/LD, TV/SAT... 96 dB Signal-to Noise Ratio [EIA, at 1 W (1 kHz)] CD, VCR/DVR, CD-R/TAPE/MD, DVD/LD, TV/SAT... 79 dB
AM Tuner Section
Frequency Range.. 531 kHz to 1,602 kHz Sensitivity (IHF, Loop antenna)... 350 V/m Selectivity... 25 dB Signal-to-Noise Ratio.. 50 dB Antenna... Loop antenna
Power Requirements AC 230 V, 50/60Hz UK model.. European model... AC 220-230 V, 50/60 Hz Power Consumption... 220W In Standby.... 1 W Dimensions.. 420 (W) x 158 (H) x 393 (D) mm Weight (without package)... 9.0 kg
Input (Sensitivity/Impedance) VCR/DVR, DVD/LD, TV/SAT... 1 Vp-p/75 Output (Level/Impedance) VCR/DVR... 1 Vp-p/75 Frequency Response +0 VCR/DVR, DVD/LD,TV/SAT ] MONITOR. 5 Hz to 7 MHz 3 dB Signal-to-Noise Ratio.. 55 dB Cross Talk... 55 dB
AM loop antenna... 1 FM wire antenna... 1 Dry cell batteries (AA size IEC R6P)... 2 Remote control... 1 Operating instructions... 1
Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. Dolby, Pro Logic II and the double D symbol 2 are trademarks of Dolby Laboratorories. "DTS" ,ES and "DTS Digital Surround" are trademarks of Digital Theater Systems, Inc.
Specifications and the design are subject to possible modifications without notice, due to improvements.
ADVANCED MASTER STANDARD SURROUND STEREO VOLUME
CD-R/ VCR/ MIDNIGHT/ LOUDNESS TUNER TAPE/MD DVR
INPUT SELECTOR CD
RECEIVER DVD/LD TV/SAT
AM loop antenna (ATB7009)
FM wire antenna (ADH7030)
AA size IEC R6P Dry cell batteries (x2)
Remote control (XXD3039)
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 product are used for disassembly. For the applying amount of lubricants or glue, follow the instructions in this manual. (In the case of no amount instructions, apply as you think it appropriate.)
/MYXJIEW Type 12
PACKING parts List
Mark No. 1 NSP NSP Description FM wire antenna Warranty Card AM loop antenna Dry cell batteries (AA/R6P) Operating instructions (English/Italian) Operating instructions Remote Control Battery Cover Part No. ADH7030 ARY7065 ATB7009 VEM1031 See Contrast table(2) Mark No. NSP NSP 15 Description Literature Bag Packing Sheet Left Pad R5 Right Pad R5 Packing Case Operating instructions Accessory Board Part No. AHG1180 AHG7069 XHA3032 XHA3033 See Contrast table(2) See Contrast table(2) XHB3008
IC9508 BS62LV 1024TC-70 (RAM for AAC) IC9504 PDN030A (ROM for DECODE) IC9502 TC74 VHC574F IC9503 TC74 VHC574F (8 16bit)
NJM4558MD NJM4558MD (LPF) (6dB AMP) IC9704 IC1 (FL/FR)
15 IC1901 5
43 IC(SW) 19 20
DIGITAL IN ASSY
3 ICCN307 3
6CH IN ASSY
CN702 IC105 uPC2570 (PRE AMP) 7
AMP & PRIMARY ASSY
AMP INPUT ASSY
QIC301 (CONPONENT SEL)
POWER AMP IC601, IC602
+BVH -BVH NECK+B NECK-B +BVL D702 -BVL FL AC RY51 AC IN T1 POWER TRANSFORMER
Q701 Q702 D701
CN101 U+5V IC51 D51-D54
MECHA SW ASSY
FL AC +12V IC801 IC802 IC803 IC804 D801D804 D721D724
CN101 -12V D+5V CN101 A+5V
3.2 OVERALL WIRING CONNECTION DIAGRAM
R.ENCODER ASSY (XWZ3511)
FRONT ASSY (XWZ3493)
AMP INPUT ASSY (XWZ3547)
HASHIGETA ASSY (XWZ3566)
D.D & INPUT ASSY (XWX3044)
A K A 1/4, A 2/4, A 3/4, A 4/4
REGULATOR ASSY VIDEO (XWZ3544) ASSY (XWZ3490)
KAWA ASSY (XWZ3529)
FM/AM TUNER MODULE (AXQ7232)
6CH IN ASSY (XWZ3507)
Note : When ordering service parts, be sure to refer to "EXPLODED VIEWS and PARTS LIST" or "PCB PARTS LIST".
H.P. ASSY (XWZ3513)
POWER SW ASSY (XWZ3510)
MECHA SW ASSY (XWZ3514)
TRANS3 ASSY (XWZ3560)
TRANS2 ASSY (XWZ3555)
TRANS1 ASSY (XWZ3552)
B B 1/2, B 2/2
AMP& PRIMARY ASSY (XWZ3533)
FU1 : REK1026(T2.5A/250V)
DIGITAL IN ASSY (XWZ3747)
VDG1076 : /MVXJI VDG1077 : /MYXJI
3.3 D.D & INPUT(1/4) ASSY
A 1/4 D.D & INPUT ASSY
A 1/4 A
: The power supply is shown with the marked box.
A 4/4 A 4/4 A 2/4,3/4,4/4 O CN402
B C D E F
A 2/4 , A 3/4
3.4 D.D & INPUT(2/4) ASSY
A 4/4 A 3/4
A 1/4 A 3/4
A 2/4 D.D & INPUT ASSY A 2/4 A
3.5 D.D & INPUT(3/4) ASSY
A 3/4 A
A 2/4 A 1/4
A 3/4 D.D & INPUT ASSY
3.6 D.D & INPUT(4/4) ASSY
A 4/4 D.D & INPUT ASSY
A 4/4 A
3.7 AMP & PRIMARY(1/2), TRANS2 and TRANS3 ASSYS
AMP&PRIMARY ASSY (XWZ3533)
CAUTION : FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION AGAINST RISK OF FIRE. REPLACE ONLY WITH SAME TYPE NO. 49101.6 FOR IC853 MFD, BY LITTELFUSE INC.
CAUTION : FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION AGAINST RISK OF FIRE. REPLACE ONLY WITH SAME TYPE NO. 491.125 FOR IC701 AND IC702 MFD, BY LITTELFUSE INC. CAUTION : FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION AGAINST RISK OF FIRE. REPLACE ONLY WITH SAME TYPE NO. 49101.6 FOR IC851 AND IC852 MFD, BY LITTELFUSE INC. CAUTION : FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION AGAINST RISK OF FIRE. REPLACE ONLY WITH SAME TYPE NO. 491001 FOR IC603 MFD, BY LITTELFUSE INC. CAUTION : FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION AGAINST RISK OF FIRE. REPLACE ONLY WITH SAME TYPE NO. 491010 FOR IC604, IC605, IC606, AND IC607 MFD, BY LITTELFUSE INC.
3. The parts mounted on this PCB include all necessary parts for several destinations. For further information for respective destinations, be sure to check with the schematic diagram. 4. View point of PCB diagrams.
B C E B B C E C E B C E
Transistor with resistor
G S Field effect transistor
4.1 TRANS1, TRANS2 and TRANS3 ASSYS
SIDE A SIDE A
D TRANS3 ASSY
B J6 J4 J8 J5
C883 C882 C881
BLACK J3 BLUE J8
J5 WHITE J7
J6 RED J4
REMPLACER LE IC LINKS COMME INDIQUE.
FL AC FL AC REG REG
I TRANS1 ASSY
B J1 J2
C TRANS2 ASSY
DE CHEZ LITTELFUSE INC.
J2 J1 BLUE BROWN
4.2 D.D & INPUT ASSY
A D.D & INPUT ASSY
IC301 IC105 Q107 Q108 IC106 Q109 Q110 IC107 Q111 Q112 IC110 IC103 IC102 Q9603 Q9604 Q9605 Q9606 Q9610 Q9601 Q9602 IC9601 Q9609 Q0608 Q9607
Q9611 Q9601 Q
IC9506 Q9611 Q9601 Q9602 IC9102 IC9505 IC9101 IC9507 IC9201 Q9201 Q9202 Q9203 Q9204
IC9501 IC9812 IC104 IC9508 IC9504
Note : The pin of function IC(IC101 TC9273F-007)can be checked from side-A by the through-hole round. The pin No. is printed on the side-A.
1 CN105 IC9701
IC9705 IC970 IC9705
IC9502 IC9503 IC9811 IC101
CIC9705 IC9707 IC9705 IC9704 IC112
4.3 AMP INPUT, AMP & PRIMARY and MECHA SW ASSYS
Y MECHA SW ASSY
R261 C254 Q252 Q254 QR266 Q256 D253 R263 R262
R269 W684 1
FL AG FR AG W612 SL AG W613 SR AG W614 C AG A.MUTE ATT Q258 OL DC D254 NECK R268 UG
AMP INPUT XWZ3547 XWZ3548
B AMP&PRIMARY ASSY
CMKS-P3X Q704 Q702 IC702 Q703
R706 R705 E
-12V GND +12V
RED BLUE J8
D J6 D J7
R702 C706 R707 W574
Q703 GRAY R703 W576 W575 J701 H701 H702
NECK+ NECKW554 W553 C701 W552 W551 R670 R672 Q631 Q632 R632 C631 R631 R640 R674 R673 D652 Q655 D631 R671
W555 W557 W556
Q633 Q656 Q683 IC607 IC606
Q602 Q604 Q606 Q605 Q601 Q603 IC605 IC604
C662 C632 R635
CR645 DC613 Q601 R613 R607 R601 W22
C664 C637 W504 IC602
OL ATT AMUTE AG C AG SR AG SL AG FR AG FL
C653 C655 R659
Q697 Q696 Q681 Q682
C638 NP R641 Q633
UG NECK DC
NECK+ W540 NECK-
C692 D653 W529
RISK OF FIREREPLACE FUSE AS MARKED.
R606 C602 R608 R604 Q602 R602 Q604
W573 R708 C705
5 UG NECK DC OL C252 ATT A.MUTE AG SB AG SR AG SL AG FR AG FL AG AG C
FAN+ FAN4 IC251 CN252 STOP
Q252 Q254 Q255 Q256 Q253 IC251 Q251
H AMP INPUT ASSY
MECHA SW MECHA SW MECHA SW
CMKI-P3X CMKI-P3X CMKI-P3X
RISK OF FIRE-REPLACE FUSE AS MARKED.
W663 W664 W665 W661 WW666 W667 W668
W649 R53 D55 C53 L51
R52 D56 W636 Q51 4
W637 W638 W639 W641 W640 W1
D58 W635 CW634 C711
C 851 U 1551
FLAC FLAC REG REG REG 7
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 6
C402 W280 W281 W305 W261 W260 W262
W277 W259 W257
17 UGND 16 A. MUTE 15 SROUT 14 U+5V 13 AC_RY 12 W. UP 11 -VF 10 ACACH/P SW 7 PLL_DO 6 T.MT 5 PLL_CE 4 T_GND 3 FM COMP 2 STEREO 1 TUNED
C404 W263 W264 W258
P R.ENCODER ASSY
R1502 C492 C413 R1501 R507 R502 R503 R504 R505 R506 R508 R509 R510 R511 R432 R430 R426 R425 RR427 R474 R424 R422 RGND 6 ENC B 7 ENC A 1 AC RY 2 TONE 3 FENC A 4 FENC B
CABOOT 23 EXP_CS 22 EXP_OE 21 DIRLOCK 20 ST_EVR C511
R469 R449 R442 R440 R438 R436 R434
R473 R471 C531 R472 R408
19 CDC_CS 18 CDC_CK 17 CDC_DO 16 DIR_SDTO 15 CREQ 14 CCS 13 CCK 12 CDT 11 CSDO 10 FS96 R410 C406
D404 Q441 Q401 C401 DUGND 16 A.MUTE 15 SROUT 14 U+5V 13 AC_RY 12 AC_IN 11 -VF 10 ACACH/P ON 7 PLL_DO 6 T.MT 5 PLL_CE 4 T_GND 3 FM.COMP 2 STEREO 1 TUNED C403
R470 R450 R443 R441 R439 R437 R435 R433 R431
28 NECK_SEL 27 9164_CS 26 CR_ST 25 CDC_PD Q442
C495 R419 R417 R421 R420 R418 R456
R477 R476 R411
1 AC RY 2 TONE 3 FENC A 4 FENC B 5 GND 6 ENC B 7 ENC A 7
9 AMP_OVL 8 AMP_DC 7 9459_ST 6 MVR_ATT 5 SYS_DT 4 SYS_CK 3 9273_CS 2 DSP_MT 1 GAIN_SEL
XWZ3511 XWZ3512 XWZ3582
R542 R536 R537 R534 R538 R539 R535
R498 R499 R491 R492 R493 R494 R495 R496 R497
IC 40 1
8 R519 R516 R517 R520
C1557 C1556 C1558
Q1552 C1553 C1554 C1555
XWZ3492 XWZ3493 XWZ3494 XWZ3495 XWZ3496 XWZ3497 XWZ3498 XWZ3499 XWZ3500 XWZ3501 XWZ3502 XWZ3503 XWZ3504 XWZ3505 XWZ3506
C408 Q403 C471
R479 R468 R462
PLL CE SYS DT SYS CK PLL DO TR TG TL T MUTE STEREO TUNED +10V FM COMP TG
V1 V2 V3 A MUTE SR OUT 4053A 4053INH
UGND A MUTE SR OUT U5V AC RY WUP -VF AC1 AC2 HP SW PLL DO T MUTE PLL CE T GND FM COMP STEREO TUNED
Q5020 Q5021 Q5022
WUP AC RY AC1 AC2 -VF SP A SP R/C SP B HP SW TR TG TL T+12V A MUTE UGND U5V SYS DT SYS CK EXP DT EXP ST EXP OE
C5001 W115 Q5001 C5003
4.6 DIGITAL IN, 6CH IN and VIDEO ASSYS
J DIGITAL IN ASSY
M 6CH IN ASSY
OPT3 SHIELD DGND D +5V SHIELD
6 CH. IN
CN305 C309 C307
L VIDEO ASSY
-12V ADG +12V uG AG SW.OUT
C310 W204 W203 W141 W173 W172 W171 W170 W142
4053INH 4053A SROUT AMUTE V3 V2 V1
W139 W169 C338
R 31 3
SR AG SL 12V SW -12V SB AG C
GND D D OUT GND D V +5D DISELC DISELB DISELA
W199 W200 W208 C321 C331 C332 C324 W197 W198 W196
W216 DG W217 DG
W191 +5V W190
W240 5DV W241 DG C1905 W239 W237
W234 5DV W235 5DV W236 DG
W242 DG W267 5DV W168 W167 W137 W140 CN303 W177 W176 W143
W268 5DV W269 DG
+5V ADG W174-5V C314
13 +5V ADG -5V 10 ADG V1 V2 V3 FRONTV NC
7 UG SROUT 4053A 1 4053INH
C316 C344 C342 C343 C R340 SW R332 R334 R331 C317 C318 C319 ICC323 C322 C320 R333 CG R338 C348 C345 SR SL R337 R339 C325 C349 R347 R349 C1351 R348 L1905
C1926 R1911 ICC1916 R1907 C1910 R8 R1919 1291C 5191C 9091C C1927 C1902 R1902 C1901 R1901 C1903 R1903 L1904 R1915
R346 IC304 C1350
IC304 IC303 IC302
C1906 C1907 F1901 C1919
C1353 CC1354 C1352 R1351
C329 C1361 R1354
R1922 R1917 C1925 R1913 C1924 R1916
SHIELD D +5V DGND SHIELD OPT3
R1909 C1911 R1910 C1917 R1908
IC1903 IC1902 IC1901
XWZ3581 XWZ3517 XWZ3518 XWZ3519 XWZ3520
GND D D OUT GND D V +5D DISELC DISELB DISELA 7
R1905 R1906 R1914
XWZ3490 XWZ3491 XWZ3583 XWZ3584
G CG C305 R304
D304 R315 R308 R309 R307 R312
FRONT V AGD UG
6 CH IN
G G C1360 G MONI. R305 R302 TV
203C G R303
4.7 FM/AM TUNER MODULE
X FM/AM TUNER MODULE
Q201 IC201 Q203 IC202 Q205 Q204
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%). x RD1/4PU 1 J 561 47k RD1/4PU 3 J 47 x 473 0.5 RN2H R K RRS1P 1 R 0 K 1R0 Ex.2 When there are 3 effective digits (such as in high precision metal film resistors). 5.62k 562 x 5621 RN1/4PC F
XWX3044 XWK3113 XWZ3533 XWZ3544 XWZ3547 XWZ3552 XWZ3555 XWZ3560 XWZ3566 XWZ3572 XWK3107 XWZ3493 XWZ3507 XWZ3510 XWZ3513 XWZ3747 XWZ3529 XWZ3511 XWZ3490 XWZ3514 AXQ7232
IC9601 IC9504 IC9505 IC9502, IC9503 IC9506 IC9507 IC101
NJU7313AM PD8097A TC74LVX244FT TC74VHC574F TC74VHCT244AFT TC7WU04FU TC9273F-007 UPC4570G2 2SC3326 DTA124EK DTC124EK 1SS181 1SS355 DAN217 RB501V-40 UDZS5.1B UDZS6.8B
LIST OF ASSEMBLIES
1.D.D & INPUT ASSY NSP 1.AMP & PS ASSY 2.AMP & PRIMARY ASSY 2.REGULATOR ASSY 2.AMP INPUT ASSY 2.TRANS1 ASSY 2.TRANS2 ASSY 2.TRANS3 ASSY 2.HASHIGETA ASSY 2.HOLDER 1.COMPLEX ASSY 2.FRONT ASSY 2.6CH IN ASSY 2.POWER SW ASSY 2.H.P. ASSY 2.DIGITAL IN ASSY 2.KAWA ASSY 2.R. ENCODER ASSY 2.VIDEO ASSY 2.MECHA SW ASSY 1.FM/AM TUNER MODULE
IC104-IC107, IC9701-IC9705, IC9707 Q107-Q112, Q9201, Q9202 Q9101, Q9204, Q9607, Q9609, Q9610 Q9102, Q9203, Q9608 D9601, D9602 D105, D106, D301, D9921 D107, D108 D201, D202 D104 D101, D102
COILS AND FILTERS
L9101, L9501, L9504, L9811, L9812 L111-L114, L1601, L1602 L9102, L9103, L9502, L9503 L9506, L9507 ATL7002 QTL1013 QTL1013 QTL1013
CAPACITORS Mark No. OTHERS
J 41 (JUMPER WIRED) J 42 (JUMPER WIRED) J 47 (JUMPER WIRED) D15A04-100-2651 D15A07-075-2651 D20PYY0630E
C9510, C9511 C101-C114, C121-C123 C126-C128, C152-C154 C207, C208, C221, C222 C228, C229, C9160, C9201, C9202 C9101, C9102 C235, C9117 C9509 C9530, C9731, C9735 C9103, C9110, C9111, C9114, C9503 C9505, C9507, C9513, C9515, C9518 C9520, C9522, C9525, C9528, C9571 C9611-C9614, C9625, C9639, C9729 C9815, C9816 C9707, C9708, C9721, C9722 C130-C137, C146-C151, C305 C9207, C9208, C9523, C9526 C9105, C9106, C9108, C9116, C9516 C9551, C9792, C9812, C9814 C9740 C9205 C9112, C9529, C9769, C9770
CCSRCH100D50 CCSRCH101J50 CCSRCH101J50 CCSRCH101J50 CCSRCH101J50 CCSRCH220J50 CCSRCH221J50 CCSRCH271J50 CCSRCH331J50 CCSRCH471J50 CCSRCH471J50 CCSRCH471J50 CCSRCH471J50 CCSRCH471J50 CCSRCH820J50 CEAT100M50 CEAT100M50 CEAT101M10 CEAT101M10 CEAT220M25 CEAT221M6R3 CEAT2R2M50
AMP & PS ASSY
J 701 (AWG14 BOARD IN) J 21 (JUMPER WIRED) DB812NBO D20PYY0715E
IC9101 IC301 IC9501 IC103 IC9201 IC9812 IC9811 IC102 AK4586VQ BU4094BCF CS493292 M62446FP NJM2100M NJM2391DL1-25 NJM2391DL1-33 NJU7312AM
CEAT330M25 CEAT330M25 CEAT3R3M50 CEAT470M50 CEAT470M50 CEAT471M10 CEAT4R7M50 CEAT4R7M50 CEAT4R7M50 CKSRYB102K50 CKSRYB103K50 CKSRYB103K50 CKSRYB103K50 CKSRYB103K50 CKSRYB103K50 CKSRYB103K50 CKSRYB103K50 CKSRYB103K50 CKSRYB103K50 CKSRYB103K50 CKSRYB104K16 CKSRYB104K16 CKSRYB104K16 CKSRYB222K50 CKSRYB223K25 CKSRYB223K50 CKSRYB472K50 CKSRYB473K25 CKSRYF104Z25
2SC2878 2SC2878 2SD1859X KRC101M 1SS133 1SS133 1SS133 D5SBA20(B) MTZJ8.2A MTZJ22D MTZJ5.1A MTZJ5.1B S5688G
C9713, C9714, C9727, C9728, C9739 C9765-C9768 C144, C145 C117, C118, C225, C226 C232, C233, C239 C155, C156 C115, C116, C234, C240 C9203, C9204, C9615-C9618, C9811 C9813 C271, C9703, C9704, C9717, C9718 C119, C120, C124, C125, C138 C141, C171, C172, C179, C180 C183, C199, C223, C224
Q601-Q604, Q631, Q632 Q651-Q654 Q701 Q51 D56, D601-D604, D631, D632 D57, D651-D654, D752, D756 D751, D755 > D701, D702 D605, D606, D633, D634 D711 D58 D712 > D51-D55, D721-D724
C230, C231, C237, C238, C304 C9104, C9107, C9109, C9121, C9209 C9502, C9504, C9506, C9508, C9512 C9514, C9517, C9519, C9521, C9524 C9527, C9531, C9584, C9636, C9637 C9709-C9712, C9723-C9726 C9737, C9738, C9817 C140, C143, C1631, C1632 C173, C174, C9113, C9115, C9126 C9206, C9818
501(CABLEB HOLDER 4P) 51063-0405
L401, L481 LFEA2R2J
U H.P. ASSY
Q1551, Q1552 2SC3326
S451-S468, S476 ASG1051
C420 (220uF/35V) C404 (0.047F/5.5V) C511 C488 C489, C490
ACH7101 ACH7132 CCSRCH471J50 CCSRCH561J50 CCSRCH270J50 CEAL470M10 CEAT221M6R3 CEAT101M10 CEAT1R0M50
C1554, C1557 C1553, C1556 C1555, C1558 C1551, C1552
CCSRCH471J50 CKSRYB103K50 CKSRYB104K16 CKSRYB223K50
> R1553, R1554 > R1551, R1552
Other Resistors RS1LMF151J RS2LMF331J RS1/16S###J
C442 C402 C483 C486
Mark No. OTHERS
51048-0600 RKB1014 VNF1084 D20PYY0630E
52044-1345 AKA7002 ANK7072 ANK7073 ASS1093 AXF7005 AXX7072
1551 (6P CABLE HOLDER) JA1551 (HEADPHONE JACK) KN1551 (EARTH METAL FITTING) J47
IC201 IC202 Q201, Q204, Q205 Q202 Q203 D201 D202 BA1451F LC72131MD 2SC2412K DTA124ES DTC124EK 1SS133 MTZJ5.1C
CN201 (13P SOCKET) BN201 (2P ANTENNA TERM.) (SHIELD CASE T) (SHIELD CASE B) X201 (CRYSTAR RES.(7.2MHz) FM FRONT END AM RF TUNING BLOCK
C591, C592 CKSRYB103K50
L201 (FM DETECTOR COIL) F202 (CERAMIC FILTER) F201 (CERAMIC FILTER) F203 (AM CERAMIC FILTER) F601 (ANTIBIRDIE FILTER) L601 (TIP COIL) L602 (INDUCTER) ATE7003 ATF-107 ATF-119 ATF7026 ATF7025 LCTA270J2520 LAU2R2J
CN591(3P JUMPER CONNCTOR) 52151-0310
C206 C212, C213, C226, C233-C235 C240 C231, C232, C614 C223 C229 C224 C227 C241 C243 C228 C237 C211 C210 C103, C104, C204, C238, C609 C102, C208, C216, C220, C615 C217, C239, C242, C604, C610 C225 C201, C205, C214, C230, C611 C244, C236 C221 C202, C222 C215 C605 C606 C607, C608 CCSRCH120J50 CCSRCH101J50 CCSRCH101J50 CCSRCH150J50 CEAT100M50 CEAT101M10 CEAT1R0M50 CEAT220M25 CEAT2R2M50 CEAT330M16 CEAT3R3M50 CEAT470M10 CEJQ1R0M50 CEJQ470M16 CKSRYB102K50 CKSRYB103K50 CKSRYB103K50 CKSRYB153K50 CKSRYB223K50 CKSRYB223K50 CKSRYB224K10 CKSRYB473K16 CKSRYB471K50 CCSQCH680J50 CKSRYB561K50 CKSRYB182K50
R211 R221 R233 R243 R103 R104 Other Resistors RD1/4PU221J RD1/4PU222J RD1/4PU391J RS1/10S0R0J RS1/10S221J RS1/10S221J RS1/16S###J
There is no adjustment in the AM tuner.
Set the mode selector to FM BAND. Connect the wiring as shown in Fig. 1. Step No.
ANT. Input level and signal condition Input Level Frequency Modulation (dBV) (MHz)
98 OFF 80
Adjustment Adjust point
Adjust L201 so that the DC voltage between Pin 21 and Pin 23 of IC201 (Test point Vtm) gets within 0 50mV.
FM SG FM75 antenna terminal
Fig.1 Adjustment Wiring Diagram
IC201 pin 21 pin 23
Fig.2 Adjustment Point
7. GENERAL INFORMATION
7.1 DISASSEMBLY and DIAGNOSIS
7.1.1 DISASSEMBLY and PCB LOCATION Diagnosis 1
Remove the top cover (seven screws). Rear Panel Pull up Note : This photograph may show a different model, however, the method for disassembly is the same.
Diagnosis AMP&PRIMARY Assy
Note : If the speaker and the screw of the rear panel are removed, the unit will stop operating. Even if the FM/AM TUNER MODULE is disconnected, other functions can operate.
R. ENCODER Assy
NOTE : This photograph is VSX-D711
P H A K L
O Q U D I C B E
FRONT Assy POWER SW Assy H.P. Assy
AMP INPUT Assy D.D & INPUT Assy KAWA Assy VIDEO Assy
TRANS 3 Assy TRANS 1 Assy TRANS 2 Assy AMP&PRIMARY Assy REGULATOR Assy
X FM/AM TUNER MODULE 6CH IN Assy M DIGITAL IN Assy J
7.1.2 U-COM BLOCKDIAGRAM
IC 5001: Expand IC BU4094BCF 2: Serial In
3: CLK 1: ST 15: OE SYS CK EXP ST EXP OE
TUNER MODULE SYS CLK SYS DATA TUNED STEREO PLL CE
SYS DT SYS CK EXP ST EXP OE
SYS CLK SYS DATA TUNED STEREO PLL CE PLL DO T MUTE
IC 9504 ROM FOR DD/DTS PD8097A (MR27V802D)
IC9502: FLIP/FLOP IC9503: FLIP/FLOP TC74VHC574F
IC 301: Expand IC BU4094BCF 10: Q
2: Serial In 3: CLK 1: ST 15: OE
PLL DO T MUTE
IC101: Function Selector TC9273F-007
15: DATA 14: CLK 16: ST SYS DT SYS CK 9273STST
IC103: EVOL (6-CH) M62446FP
40: DATA 41: CLK 39: LATCH SYS DT SYS CK EVRST
CE SDI1~4 SDTO IC9101: CODEC AK4586VQ SDI1~3 SDTO BICK LRCK
FS96 PDN DO CK CS ERR DI
IC 9501: Main DSP CS493292 SCDOUT INTREQ SCCLK RESET
The information shown in the list is basic information and may not correspond exactly to that shown in the schematic diagrams.
List of IC
PDG268B, AK4586VQ, NJU7312AM, PD8097A
7 PDG268B (FRONT ASSY : IC401)
System Control MCU
7 Pin Arrangement (Top View)
G10 S10 AAAPH7/APH6/APH5/APH4/APH3/APH2/APH1/APH0/APG7/APG6/APG5/APG4/APG3/APG2/APG1/APG0/APF7/APF6/APF5/APF4/APF3/APF2/APF1/APF0/APD7/APD6/A32 PA3/ANPA4/ANPA5/ANPA6/ANPA7/AN7 PD5/A46 PD0/APD1/APD2/APD3/APD4/AEXTAL 37 AVSS 40 XTAL 45 VFIP 44 VDD 41 VSS 38 RST 43 TEX NC G3 G4 G5 G6 G7 G8 G9 S1 S2 S3 S4 S5 S6 S7 S8 S9
G2 G1 NC ACIN RDS_DT RDS_CK OVFB
G1/A1 G0/A0 NC PE0/EC0/INT0 PE1/EC1/INT1 PE2/INT2 PE3/INT3/NMI PE4/RMC PE5
S11 S12 S13 S14 S15 S16 S17 S18 S19 S20 S21 S22 4053INH 4053A RY_B RY_C/R RY_A RY_AC GAIN_SEL NECK_SEL DSP_RST 9164_CS T_MUTE T_POWON NC FM+(RDS) CDC_RST DSP_MT 9273_CS D_MUTE
RMC VER_2 PLL_CE CDC_CS CDC_CK CDC_DO CDC_DI STEREO TUNED VENC_A VENC_B A.MUTE CSB DSP_CS DSP_CK DSP_SI DSP_SO MVOL_ATT ST_EVR PLL_DO
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/ANPA2/ANPA1/AN1
SYS_DT SYS_CK O O Data signal for communication with M62446, TC9163, TC9164 and PLL Clock signal for communication with M62446, TC9163, TC9164 and PLL
G2 G1 NC ACIN RDS_DT RDS_CK DIRLOCK RMC VER_2 ST_EVR CDC_CS CDC_CK CDC_DO CDC DI STEREO TUNED VENC_A VENC_B HP ON CREQ CCS CCK CDT CSDO FS 96 AMP_OL PLL_DO AVref KEYIN1 KEYIN2 KEYIN3 VER_1 FENC_A FENC_B AMP_DC VER_2 AVSS RST EXTAL XTAL VSS TX TEX VDD VFDP 9459_ST MVRATT
O O I I I I I I O O O O I I I I I I l O O I O l l I I I I I I I I I O O Grid output 2 Grid output 1 Connect to Vdd lnput AC pulse
Serial control DATA signal of RDS communication Serial control CLOCK signal of RDS communication (Use external interrupt) ERR/OVER input from CODEC Remote control signal input (no-carrier signal) Destination switch 2 Strobe of communication for E-volume Chip serect for CODEC Control clock for CODEC & TC9164 Control data for CODEC & TC9164 Data input from DIR Signal to switch Stereo / Monoral Condition of TUNED Input from rotary encoder of E-volume (A) Input from rotary encoder of E-volume (B) Headphone detect Request for DSP Chip select for DSP Clock signal for DSP DATA input signal for DSP DATA output signal for DSP 96 k Detect overload of protection circuit (L: overload) Data input signal for communication with LC72131 (Tuner) Connect to Vdd Key input A/D conversion port 1 Key input A/D conversion port 2 Key input A/D conversion port 3 lnput 1 to switch region (A/D input) FUNC Rotary encoder signal input (A) FUNC Rotary encoder signal input (B) Detect trouble DC of protection circuit (L : Trouble) lnput 2 to switch region (A/D input) Connect to Vss Reset Connect to the oscillator (7.2MHz) Connect to Vss NC Connect to Vss +5V -30V Strobe for E-volume (TC9459) of SB ATT control of master volume for E-volume (less than -15dB : L) H H H H
4 TUNING (+/) buttons
Selects the frequency when using the tuner.
5 Remote sensor
Receives the signals from the remote control.
15 LISTENING MODE buttons STANDARD
Press for Standard decoding and to switch between the various Pro Logic II options.
6 ENTER 7 MULTI JOG/INPUT SELECTOR dial The MULTI JOG/INPUT SELECTOR dial performs a number of tasks. Use it to select options after pressing TONE CONTROL, QUICK SETUP or TUNER EDIT. 8 PHONES jack Use to connect headphones. 9 TUNER EDIT Press to memorize and name a station for recall using the station (+/-) buttons. 10 CLASS Switches between the three banks (classes) of station presets. 11 BAND Switches between AM and FM radio bands. 12 MPX Press the MPX button to receive a radio broadcast in mono.
Use to switch between the various surround modes.
Switches direct playback on or off. Direct playback bypasses the tone controls and channel levels for the most accurate reproduction of a source.
16 SIGNAL SELECT
Use to select between an analog or digital signal.
Press to switch tape monitoring on/off.
Use when listening to movie soundtracks at low volumes.
Use to boost the bass and treble at low volumes.
Press this button to access the bass and treble controls, which you can then adjust with the
MULTI JOG/INPUT SELECTOR dial. 21 QUICK SETUP 22 MASTER VOLUME
SIGNAL AUTO DIGITAL DIGITAL ANALOG DTS
RFATT EON TUNED RDS SP A B
DIGITAL PROLOGIC ADV.SURR.
ATT DIRECT MONITOR Re-EQ MIDNIGHT STEREO LOUDNESS MONO
1 SIGNAL SELECT indicators Lights to indicate the type of input signal assigned for the current component: AUTO Lights when AUTO signal select is on SB Depending on the source, this lights when a signal with surround back channel encoding is detected. DIGITAL Lights when a digital audio signal is detected. 2 DIGITAL Lights when a Dolby Digital encoded signal is detected. ANALOG Lights when an analog signal is detected. DTS Lights when a source with DTS encoded audio signals is detected. 2 DTS When the Standard mode of the receiver is on, this lights to indicate decoding of a DTS signal. DIGITAL When the Standard mode of the receiver is on, this lights to indicate decoding of a Dolby Digital signal. PRO LOGIC II When the Standard mode of the receiver is on, this lights to indicate Pro Logic II decoding. 5 ATT Lights when INPUT ATT is used to attenuate (reduce) the level of the analog input signal.
8 MONITOR Lights when MONITOR is selected 9 RF ATT Lights when the RF ATT is on. 10 EON and The indicator lights to inform you that the currently tuned station carries the EON data service. When the EON mode is set, the EON indicator lights, but during actual reception of an EON broadcast the EON indicator will flash. RDS: Lights when an RDS broadcast is received. 11 Character display 12 ADV. SURR. (Advanced Surround) Lights when one of the Advanced Surround modes has been selected. 13 LOUDNESS Lights when LOUDNESS has been selected. 14 TUNER indicators STEREO: Lights when a stereo FM broadcast is being received in auto stereo mode. MONO: Lights when the mono mode is set using the MPX button. TUNED: Lights when a broadcast is being received. 15 Master volume level Shows the overall volume level. ---dB indicates the minimum level, and 0 dB indicates the maximum level.
6 DIRECT Lights when source direct playback is in use. This function bypasses all tone, balance, Advanced surround, and Dolby Surround effects. 7 MIDNIGHT Lights during Midnight listening.
Depending on your level settings for each channel, the maximum level can range between 10 dB and 0 dB. 16 Speaker indicator Shows if the speaker system is on or not. SP 3A means speakers are switched on. SP 3 means the head phones are connected.
4 INPUT ATT Use to attenuate (lower) the level of an analog input signal to prevent distortion. 5 FL DIMMER Use this button to make the fluorescent display (FL) dimmer or brighter.
ADVANCED MASTER STANDARD SURROUND STEREO VOLUME INPUT ATT FL DIMMER
6 MENU (DVD control) Use to access different menus associated with your DVD player. TUNER EDIT (Receiver control) (pages 3536) Press to memorize and name a station for recall using the STATION (+/) buttons. 7 DVD Use to switch over to the DVD controls on the remote control.
TOP MENU RF ATT
TUNER EDIT DVD
The DVD controls on the remote control (TOP MENU, MENU, }] and ENTER/SETUP buttons) can only be used for DVD control after pressing DVD on the remote. See the next page for more on the seperate DVD CONTROL buttons. 8 INPUT SELECTOR buttons Use to select the input source. 9 Volume buttons Use MASTER VOLUME +/ to set the overall listening volume. Use MUTE to mute the sound or restore the sound if it has been muted. 10 Tuner controls The TUNING +/ buttons can be used to find radio frequencies. The STATION +/ buttons can be used to select preset radio stations. BAND Use to switch between the AM and FM bands when the tuner is selected. CLASS Use to switch between the three banks (classes) of station presets. MPX Use to switch between auto stereo and mono reception of FM broadcasts. If the signal is weak then switching to mono will improve the sound quality.
563LE-lb563c-ea- RS200SD RL36sbsm Thinkpad T60P K8600 RD-700SX Dista T500 Sc07 EA-100 TY-WK103pv9 Gpsmap 192C VT 300I Laserjet 8000 PDP-503MXE CMT-FX200 NA14VA1 TI 6312 Amplifier 28PT7306 12R Intrigue 1999 Impuls RV-9900 Scpm24 VS-DT6 Spotmeter F Wisl 10 S23 M796 Laserjet 4300 KX-TG2631W 300 EXE Phonefax 43S Bolens G154 VX-150 FS 450 CX4300 MY231X Notebook C-5050zoom 82000 6347dwde Lx01 G-BOX DB248RB 13-inch GA-8I865gme-775-rh-AS DCD-1510AE TCM-150 SAT C3 AWM930W IC-2AT Dvdr1000-051 LE40B530 DV7832NXC DPF-D710 10 2 1LE021SLX VGN-B1VP 20PT1553 SRV 810H KX-TG8011GR Dell 9150 Desmosedici RR CD140 DPF 7901 UX-H35 LFV1060 Veriton 2800 Kain-defiance M-430 IFP-500 Printer 100 Twin DMP-BD80 VL-Z800S P4I45D KV-S1025C EN8800 Behringer C-2 Alive PLV-Z4 Supply Rebel LF-B20 KIA RIO Browning 2000 PD-F1007 Control DEH-P2500RB 36PW9527 Nimitz 2 CCD-TRV64E CD1401B 16 NWZ-S755 DSC-H7 EP1030 P-100 PX-EH DEH-P4950MP TH-42PWD MHC-RG441 Strata 128
manuel d'instructions, Guide de l'utilisateur | Manual de instrucciones, Instrucciones de uso | Bedienungsanleitung, Bedienungsanleitung | Manual de Instruções, guia do usuário | инструкция | návod na použitie, Užívateľská príručka, návod k použití | bruksanvisningen | instrukcja, podręcznik użytkownika | kullanım kılavuzu, Kullanım | kézikönyv, használati útmutató | manuale di istruzioni, istruzioni d'uso | handleiding, gebruikershandleiding
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101