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DVD / CD RECEIVER
THIS MANUAL IS APPLICABLE TO THE FOLLOWING MODEL(S) AND TYPE(S).
For details, refer to "Important symbols for good services" on the next page.
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
PIONEER CORPORATION 2002
T ZZV JULY 2002 Printed in Japan
This service manual is intended for qualified service technicians ; it is not meant for the casual doit-yourselfer. Qualified technicians have the necessary test equipment and tools, and have been trainedto 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 mayvoid the warranty. If you are not qualified to perform the repair of this product properly and safely, youshould not risk trying to do so and refer the repair to a qualified service technician.
THE AEL (ACCESSIBLE EMISSION LEVEL) OF THE LASER POWER OUTPUT IS LESS THAN CLASS 1 BUT THE LASER COMPONENT IS CAPABLE OF EMITTING RADIATION EXCEEDING THE LIMIT FOR CLASS 1. A SPECIALLY INSTRUCTED PERSON SHOULD DO SERVICING OPERATION OF THE APPARATUS.
LASER DIODE CHARACTERISTICS FOR DVD : MAXIMUM OUTPUT POWER : 5 mW WAVELENGTH : 650 nm FOR CD : MAXIMUM OUTPUT POWER : 5 mW WAVELENGTH : 780 nm
Additional Laser Caution 1. Laser Interlock Mechanism Loading switch (S101 on the LOAB Assy) is used for interlock mechanism of the laser. When this switch turned ON in SW2 (XCLOSE) side (OPEN signal is 0V and XCLOSE signal is 3.5V), a laser becomes the status which can completely oscillate. Furthermore, the laser completely oscillates in the disc judgment and disc playback. When player is power ON state and laser diode is not completely oscillating, 780nm laser diode is always oscillating by half power. Laser diode is driving with Q101 (650nm LD) and Q102 (780nm LD) on the DVDM Assy. Therefore, when short-circuit between the emitter and collector of these transistors or the base voltage is supplied for transistors turn on, the laser oscillates. (failure mode) In the test mode , there is the mode that the laser oscillates except for the disc judgment and playback. LD ON mode in the test mode oscillates with the laser forcibly. The interlock mechanism mentioned above becomes invalid in this mode. 2. When the cover is open, close viewing through the objective lens with the naked eye will cause exposure to the laser beam. : See page 78.
[ Important symbols for good services ]
In this manual, the symbols shown-below indicate that adjustments, settings or cleaning should be made securely. When you find the procedures bearing any of the symbols, be sure to fulfill them:
1. Product safety
7.1.2 DISPLAY OF THE MECHANISM ERROR HISTORY... 84 7.1.3 TROUBLE SHOOTING.... 87 7.1.4 SEQUENCE AFTER POWER ON.... 89 7.1.5 PROTECTION CIRCUIT.... 92 7.1.6 DISASSEMBLY..... 94 7.2 IC..... 99 7.3 CLEANING..... 118 8. PANEL FACILITIES..... 119
Continuous Power Output (RMS):
Front and surround speakers
Enclosure. Closed-box bookshelf type A
Front, center, surround. 75 W per channel (1 kHz, 10 % T.H.D., 6 ) Subwoofer75 W (100 Hz, 10 % T.H.D., 6 )
Continuous Power Output :
System. 8.7 cm 1-way system Speakers.. 8.7 cm cone type Nominal impedance.. 6 Frequency range.. 100 Hz to 20 kHz Maximum Input Power.. 75 W Dimensions. 110 (W) x 155 (H) x 76 (D) mm/ 4-5/16 (W) x 6-1/8 (H) x 3 (D) in. Weight.. 0.75 kg/1 lb 10 oz
Front, center, surround. 62 W per channel (1 kHz, 1 % T.H.D., 6 ) Subwoofer. 62 W (100 Hz, 1 % T.H.D., 6 )
Digital audio characteristics. DVD fs: 96 kHz, 24-bit Type. DVD system, video CD system and compact disc digital audio system Frequency response.. 4 Hz to 44 kHz
Enclosure. Closed-box bookshelf type
System. 8.7 cm 1-way system Speakers.. 8.7 cm cone type Nominal impedance.. 6 Frequency range.. 100 Hz to 20 kHz Maximum Input Power.. 75 W Dimensions. 200 (W) x 110 (H) x 76 (D) mm/ 7-7/8 (W) x 4-5/16 (H) x 3 (D) in. Weight.. 0.8 kg/1 lb 12 oz
FM tuner section
Frequency range.. 87.MHz Antenna. 75 , unbalanced
AM tuner section
Frequency range With 9 kHz step. 531 kHz to 1,602 kHz With 10 kHz step. 530 kHz to 1,700 kHz (not applicable to European model) Antenna.. Loop antenna
Enclosure.. Bass-reflex floor type
Power requirements European model. AC 220230 V, 50/60 Hz Power consumption European model. 195 W Power consumption in standby European model.. 0.39 W Dimensions. 360 (W) x 70 (H) x 393 (D) mm/ 14-3/16 (W) x 2-3/4 (H) x 15-1/2 (D) in. Weight.. 7.0 kg/15 lb 7 oz
System.. 16 cm 1-way system Speaker.. 16 cm cone type Nominal impedance.. 6 Frequency range. 30 Hz to 2.8 kHz Maximum Input Power.. 75 W Dimensions. 130 (W) x 360 (H) x 360 (D) mm/ 5-1/8 (W) x 14-3/16 (H) x 14-3/16 (D) in. Weight.. 4.0 kg/8 lb 13 oz
CN3901 CONTACT SIDE
4.7 AMP ASSY
F AMP ASSY
Q62 Q61 IC3301 Q91 Q3654 Q3383 Q3384 IC3401 IC71 IC3303 IC81
C3178 W101 C3168
C3501 W115 C3402
7720 **** **** ****
R3519 W186 W204
W163 W162 C3507 C3408
W117 C3179 C3502 C3578 W137 GNDP W118 C3302 C3318 W119 C3317 C3301 C3377 GNDP +B W120 -B W138 W139 W103
R3420 R3418 D3426 W165 W166 R3422 R3421 D3424 D3423 W188 D3422 W187
R3517 W164 C3424
D3427 R3427 W141 GNDP
W106 D98 W107 W122
C3423 W170 GNDS
W142 SLOUT W143 SWOUT C102 W190
W171 GNDREG D82 Q62 W144 W172 R3657 C3652 SROUT
1 D63 C63
W173 W192 W193 C3651 W194
VA-12 VD+5 VPF+15
D3653 W23 C3653 D3654 W124 W110 W109
W125 D3655 W126 Q3654 W195 W196 XPROTECT
VF-12 W197 VL+ W175 +B
C3323 W174 GNDP
W176 D3321 D3327 C3322 C3321 D3325 R3321 D3323 D3324 W150 W151 R3322 D3326 R3328 D3328 W181 W180 R3327 VL+
W177 W178 W179
+B GNDP -B
UN+8 W111 FLOUT
IC3303 W113 SWOUT W130 VL-
R3320 W153 W154 C3308 C3508 R3518 C3324
R3387 D3394 W200 W202 W201 -B D3387 W152 W183 VL-
W114 VH+ CN3651
D3385 D3386 D3388
Q101 Q63 Q3381 Q102 Q103 Q104 Q3382 Q3331 Q3533 Q3572 Q3402 Q3333 Q3471 Q121 Q3332 Q3334 Q3401 Q3653 Q3371 Q3372 Q92 Q3502 Q3532 Q3534 Q3652 Q111 Q107 Q106 Q43 Q3301 Q3302 Q3504 Q3432 Q3651
C1 B2 E2
E1 B1 C2
R3577 R3478 Q3472
R3501 Q3571 R3402 R3571 R3513 R3472 R3414 Q3402
R3474 R3446 R3445 R3473 C3426 R3477 Q3572 Q3471
R3537 R3505 R3511 C3505 C3503 R3509 C3509 R3507 R3408 R3432 D3581
W139 W138 W137
W232 W231 W241
D53 W128 W117
RISK OF FIRE REPLACE FUSE AS MARKED.
4.9 POWER and TRADE1 ASSYS
6 D21 D3632
D+5 RY3643 W160
CN8003 JA8802 JA8803 CN8851
C67 W211 W209 VFL+5 GND
10 W1 C21
W217 VH+ 23 L23 1
W222 W221 GNDFAN W201 W202 REGGND
VPR+8 VX+12 W205 W207 GNDA
R3362 W197 GNDP VHGNDFR W198 GNDS
W200 W195 GNDFR W196
W210 GNDD 1 1
W203 UN+8 W204 GNDC
L3361 R3361 W178 GNDFL
DOUT W179 GNDFL
L3561 R3561 W167 GNDSW
GND C15 R3661 W153 W151 GNDC
C16 VH+ W161 W158 W157 W155 VL+ GNDSR W159 VLR3635 VH-
W163 VL+ W156 GNDSL
W145 W144 GNDSR
W142 SLOUT W143 GNDSL C3632 Q3641 L3461
VD+5 RY3643 W160 GNDSR
W242 D22 UN+8
XTUNER W220 GND
CONTACT 1 SIDE 23
TRADE1 ASSY AMP-POWER
CONTACT SIDE 1
REPLACE WITH SAME TYPE FOR IC25 LITTELFUSE INC.
RY3642 W166 VF+12
27.GNDA 26.VDVD+12 25.GNDD 24.DOUT 23.GNDD
22.GNDD 21.0GNDM 20.GNDM 19.VPR+8M 18.VPR+8M 17.VPR+8
16.VPR+8 15.NC 14.NC 13.NC 12.VDET 11.GNDD 10.NC 9.GNDD 8.DVDMUTE 7.DVDTRKUP 6.MDATA 5.SDATA 4.SCLK 3.SYS_CS2 2.SYS_CS1 1.XDVDRST
R44 R43 23.XDVDRST 22.SYS_CS1 21.SYS_CS2 20.SCLK 19.SDATA 18.MDATA 17.DVDTRKUP 16.DVDMUTE 15.VDET 14.GNDFL 13.VFL+5 12.VFDP VFL+5 11.FLAC2
10.FLAC1 9.SYSPOW 8.SUBAC 7.VE+56 6.DOUT 5.GNDD 4.GNDD 3.GNDD 2.GNDD 1.GNDHP GND GND
TXD RXD RTS CTS ASPECT C GND V GND Y1 GND Y2 GND Cb GND Cr
R9504 R9505 R9501 R9503 R41
21.SRIN 20.SLIN 19.SWIN 18.CIN 17.FRIN 16.GNDA 15.GNDA 14.FLIN
23.DVDL 22.GNDA 21.DVDR 20.SRIN 19.SLIN 18.SWIN 17.CIN 16.FRIN 15.GNDA 14.GNDA UN+8 13.FLIN 12.MUTE 11.MUTEC 10.GNDX 9.VX+12 8.VA+12 7.VA-12 6.VD+5 5.RYR 4.RYFSC 3.XPROTECT 2.XTUNER 1.HPAC
GNDFAN XTUNER RYR
REMPLACEMENT DES FUSIBLES QUE LA IC25 N'UTILISER REFERENCE 491007 DE CHEZ LITTELFUSE INC.
EN CAS DE
D3612 GNDSR D3622
R3464 R3663 D3643 C3462 R3644
R3363 VF+12 R3563 D3642 C3561 R3565 R3665 C3665 R3667 C3669 R3566 C3565
C3362 R3367 R3365 C3365 C3370
R3467 R3643 R3647 R3645
C3465 C3467 C3470
R3468 R3466 C3466 C3468
J POWER ASSY
R3650 R3649 R3648
D3641 R3366 R3368
L TRADE1 ASSY
D3602 R3604 R3602
R3622 D3621 D3601 R3621
23.SLOUT 22.SLOUT 21.VL20.VL19.SROUT 18.SROUT 17.VL+ 16.VL+ 15.COUT 14.COUT 13.VH+ 12.VH+ 11.SWOUT 10.SWOUT 9.GNDS 8.FLOUT 7.FLOUT 6.GNDP 5.GNDP 4.FROUT 3.FROUT 2.VH1.VH-
R9510 R9506 R9511 R9509 R9507
MUTEC SEN+8 VFL+5 VP+15 VA-12 VD+5 TUNER XPROTECT GNDR GNDR UN+8V UN+8V GNDFAN
13.MUTE 12.MUTEC 11.VFL+5 10.VP+15 9.VA-12 8.VD+5 7.TUNER 6.XPROTECT 5.GNDR 4.GNDR 3.UN+8V
VP+8 VP+8 SRIN SLIN SWIN CIN FRIN GNDA FLIN MUTE
30.DVDR 29.GNDA 28.DVDL
GND GNDD GND 1 VPR+8M VPR+8 GNDA 23 GND VF+12 GND GNDC VFL+5 UN+8 GND WW234 VHVH+ VL+ GNDC GNDS GNDSW GNDP VHGNDFR GNDFL FROUT
GND VLGNDSL GNDSR VD+5
R51 R52 D51 + -
R53 C57 C55 C56
T R R C A G G G G G
Q3642 Q3611 Q3602 Q3601 Q3621 Q3622 Q3612
Q3644 Q3638 Q3639
Q3632 Q3631 Q3636 Q3635
C A D B F
TXD RXD DTR CTS VD+5 GNDD NC
5. PCB 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. When ordering resistors, first convert resistance values into code form as shown in the following examples.
L201 F202 F201 F203 F601 L601 FM Detector Coil (10.7MHz) FM Ceramic Filter FM Ceramic Filter AM Ceramic Filter Antibirdy Filter ATE7003 ATF-107 ATF-119 ATF1155 ATF7025 LCTA270J2520
C605 C212, C213, C226, C233-C235 C240, C614 C206 C231, C232 C223 C229 C224 C227 C241 C243 C228 C237 C211 C210 F C103, C104, C204, C238 CCSQCH680J50 CCSRCH101J50 CCSRCH101J50 CCSRCH120J50 CCSRCH150J50 CEAT100M50 CEAT101M10 CEAT1R0M50 CEAT220M25 CEAT2R2M50 CEAT330M16 CEAT3R3M50 CEAT470M10 CEJA1R0M50 CEJA470M16 CKSRYB102K50
MTZJ18C MTZJ36A MTZJ7.5C UDZS18B UDZS7.5B NCP18WF104J03RB
2SD2114K DTA124EUA DTA124EUA DTC124EUA DTC143EUA RN2901 UMX1N 1SS355 DAN217 DAP202K UDZS11B UDZS5.6B UDZS6.8B B LFEA220J VTF1096
> D63 D3385, D3386 > D82 D91 D105, D106, D3658 TH111
Q3067, Q3068, Q3907, Q3908 Q3003, Q3004, Q3007, Q3061, Q3062 Q3065, Q3069 Q3060, Q3070 Q5571, Q5573 Q3201 Q3058 D5575, D5712, D5721 D3051 D3901 D5711 D3003, D3004 D3052, D3053
C3305, C3306, C3405, C3406 C3505, C3506, C62, C97 C3309, C3310, C3409, C3410 C3509, C3510 C3307, C3308, C3407, C3408, C3508 C3507 C72 C3651 C101, C102 C3323, C3324, C3423, C3424 C3167, C3168, C3178, C3179 C3301, C3302, C3317, C3318 C3401, C3402, C3501, C3502 C3652, C63, C82, C98 C3653 C3303, C3304, C3403, C3404 C3503, C3504 C92 C71, C81 CCSRCH221J50 CCSRCH221J50 CCSRCJ3R0C50 CCSRCJ3R0C50 CEAL100M16 CEAL470M6R3 CEAT100M50 CEAT101M25 CEAT1R0M50 CEAT221M50 CEAT2R2M50 CEAT2R2M50 CEAT2R2M50 CEAT470M25 CEAT470M35 CKSRYB102K50 CKSRYB102K50 CKSRYB104K16 CKSRYB473K50
L5571 F8604 Chip Solid Inductor
C5575 (0.047F/5.5V) C3145, C3146, C3157, C3158, C3167 C3131-C3133, C3913, C3914, C5505 C5510, C5511, C5577, C5722, C5723 C3001-C3008 C5706, C5707 C5702 C3053, C3054 C3041, C3168, C3909, C3910 C3077, C3078 C5703 C3059, C3060 C3009, C3010 C3055, C3056, C3089 C3035, C3051, C3069, C3070 C3085, C3086, C3121, C3122, C3129 C3134, C3173, C3174, C3906, C5701 C5711 C3201, C3202 C3149 C5731, C5732 C3123 C3919, C3920 C3017-C3020, C3029, C3030 C3036-C3038, C3052, C3061-C3064 C3079-C3082, C3093-C3096, C3110 C3189, C3907, C3908, C3917, C3918 C5576 C5572 C3111, C5578 C3113, C3114 C3027, C3028, C3065, C3066 C3105, C3106, C3911, C3912, C5705 C8610 C3109, C3112 C3101 C3190 C3150 C5504, C5789, C5793, C5795 C3025, C3026, C3033, C3034 ACH1246 CCSRCH100D50 CCSRCH101J50 CCSRCH101J50 CCSRCH221J50 CCSRCH270J50 CCSRCH271J50 CCSRCH331J50 CCSRCH470J50 CCSRCH471J50 CCSRCH561J50 CCSRCH680J50 CCSRCH681J50 CCSRCH821J50 CEAL100M16 CEAL100M16 CEAL100M16 CEAL100M16 CEAL220M16 CEAL470M16 CEAL4R7M16 CEALR10M50 CEANP470M16 CEAT100M50 CEAT100M50 CEAT100M50 CEAT100M50 CEAT100M50 CEAT101M10 CEAT1R0M50 CEAT221M10 CEAT470M16 CEAT470M16 CEAT470M16 CEAT4R7M50 CEATR47M50 CEHAT100M50 CEHAT470M16 CKSRYB102K50 CKSRYB103K50 E
1 Address indication The address being traced is displayed in number. (as for the DVD, indication of decimal number is possible.) DVD : ID indication (hexadecimal number, 8 digits) [ ] CD : A-TIME (min. sec.) [ ] 2 Code indication of remote control unit [R ] In case of double code, display a 2nd code. 3 Main unit keycode indication [K ] 5 Tracking status [TRKG ] Tracking on : [ON] Tracking off : [OFF] 6 Spindle status [SPDL ] [OFF], [A/B] (ACC/BRK), [CAV], [CLV] 7 Mechanism (loading) position value [M ] Unknown :  or  Open state :  Close state :  During opening :  During closing :  8 Slider position [S ] CD TOC area : [IN ] CD active area : [CD]
0 Disc sensing [DSC ] The type of discs loaded is displayed. [DVD], [CD ], [VCD], [ ] - Jitter value [J ] = Version of the AV-1 chip / version of firmware [AV: / ] ~ Version of the FL controller [FL: ] ! Region setting of the player [REG: ] Setting value :  to  @ Destination setting of the FL controller [MDL: / ] Four characters in the front represent the type of model. Three characters in the back represent the destination code. J: /J, K: /KU, /KC, /KU/KC, R: /RAM/RL/RD, LB: /LB, WY: /WY # Part number of the flash ROM [ ] $ Version of the flash ROM [V:. ] Flash ROM size [FLSH = ] % Revision of the system controller [S: . / ] ^ Revision of the DVD mechanism controller [M: / ]
9 Output video system [V ] NTSC system : [NTSC] PAL system : [PAL] Automatic setting : [AUTO] Scart terminal output [SK ] (Display only the WY model which can do the output setting of scart terminal.) VIDEO :  S-VIDEO :  RGB : 
Shortcut key Functional Specification
Only in the normal playback, the following setting can by pressing the required key after having pressed the "ESC" key of the remote control unit. How to release: Press the "ESC" key. (function with indication) Command Contents
Memory clear & region / revision indication Average value measurement of DVD error rate CD error rate measurement Aspect: Pan scan Aspect: Letter box Aspect: Wide Digital: PCM Digital: AC-3/PCM Virtual Dolby: VDD=OFF Virtual Dolby: VDD=ON Digital output ON Digital output OFF DTS Digital Out ON DTS Digital Out OFF Scart terminal output: VIDEO Scart terminal output: S-VIDEO Scart terminal output: RGB Audio 5.1CH ON FL indication of EDC / ID error ZOOM ON ZOOM OFF Service mode indication (error rate indication, etc.) Model information indication Background color change Audio last stage mute ON Audio last stage mute OFF Title search Input mode IN Title No. input Search execution Only correspondence model Only correspondence model WY, Model to include scart WY, Model to include scart WY, Model to include scart Only correspondence model Only correspondence model Only correspondence model
Picture disturbance during playback (block noise, freeze, other) Audio is not output (Picture is normal)
Are not there scratch and a dirt on the disc ? Do not you set a disc of standard outside ? Check the waveform (BCK, LRCK, MCLK, DATA). Is signal output from IC1921-pin 7 and 8 on the DVD IF Assy ?
7.1.4 SEQUENCE AFTER POWER ON
Flow chart from power on to the picture output
Power on operation by a user (remote controller key or product key)
Read ID information code FL controller receives a message Various setting [FL controller] LCD lighting / outputs a power on signal (POWER ON: "L""H")
The picture output
[FL controller] Release the reset for BACK END (XRESET: "L""H")
[BACK END] Accesses flash ROM and 64M SDRAM
[BACK END] Accesses FRON END
[BACK END] Request communication to the FL controller (FP_ACK)
[FL controller] Outputs the signal which can communicate to BACK END (FP_XRDY)
BACK END FL controller communication
The opening picture output
[FRONT END] Identifies the following: Slider positioning (INSIDE SW) Spindle FG stop
Disc detection (Focus control)
[STANDBY ON Timing Waveform] Note : The logic may be different from actual logic by PORT.
PONmsec 480 msec 150 msec 1500 msec 1890 msec 2070 msec 2040 msec 2010 msec PON2 PON3 PON4 PON5 PON6 PON7 PON8
1. Standby O N
VOLUME=0 data VOLUME Last Data setting port to any data communication start *1 *3 Tuner control communication start H / L output properly Port Set *2
figure No. display data display data transfer start
POWER Relay (91P)
SPEAKER Relay (P34, P35) SYSMUTE (94P)
VOLUME setting (95, 96, 97)
HP MUTE (31P)
REC MUTE (32P)
[SEQUENCE TIMING CHART]
VOL data (05): H , others : L
Function setting (BU4052 : 78, 79P)
(only DVD function)
DVD Power (1P)
DVD Reset (93P)
System bus communicatin (23, 24, 25P)
DSP Control Volume 0 Send (Request)
CODEC with DIR reset cancel (90P)
DSP Reset (86P) DSP communication (49, 50, 51, 82, 83P)
TUNER Control (61, 62, 63P)
each Output PORT setting
each ATT control port Timer LED Other change control
* 1 DSP initialization communication * 2 Move to normal communication directly when the initialization commnunication is finished. * 3 Not cancel MUTE when the initialization communication is not finished according to the DSP hard state.
FL Driver setting (49, 50, 51P)
FL Driver Reset (52P)
[SEQUENCE TIMING TABLE]
Function Name Setting Time from the Former Step Passing Time Control Datail POWER ON start Each Initial Setting1 Mask to All Keys. Mask to Normal Key. POWER line MUTE ON(one of System Mute Request) MUTING FLAG Clear Emergency POWER OFF FLAG Clear FL Driver SATND-BY POWER ON RAM Initalize Each Initial Setting2 SYSTEM POWER ON (Pin 91 : H) Request "HELLO" display at POWER ON (3.5sec)
+ 30 msec
Each Initial Setting3 SY_PON 2 + 120 msec 150 msec Request VOL DATA Trasfer BUS communication Start
Each Initial Setting4 SY_PON 3 + 330 msec 480 msec FL Driver POWER ON Start Function Setting (BU4502) Process
Each Initial Setting4 SY_PON 4 + 1020 msec 1500 msec
Each Initial Setting5 SY_PON 5 + 390 msec 1890 msec
Each Initial Setting6 SY_PON 6 + 120 msec 2010 msec
Each Initial Setting7 SY_PON 7 + 30 msec 2040 msec Cancel Mask to All Key Cancel Mask to Normal Key Cancel POWER Line MUTE (One of System Mute Request) POWER ON finished SY_PON 8 + 30 msec 2070 msec
7.1.5 PROTECTION CIRCUIT
Note: Check the Protection Circuit when the GREEN LED of DISPLAY ASSY blinks. When the protection circuit operates, even if the AC plug is pulled out and plugged in again, the unit will be reset for 60 seconds. Refer to the Schematic Diagram about the actual circuit. (The & number corresponds to the marked circuits.)
1 Protection Circuit when the SP terminal is overload
R3601 1.8k R3607 0.1
R3603 33k D3601 Q3601
(1) SP Relay Q3632 (E2, C2, B2), Q3633, Q3636(E,C,B) becomes ON and the line which operate SP relay becomes low level, then SP relay turns OFF. (2) HP MUTE Q3635 turns ON and MUTE circuit of HP ASSY turns ON.
GND FL +5V Q3639 R3639 27k Q3640 C3633 10/50 B C E
R108 27k to XPROTECT R5559 270k
3 Short Circuit Detection Circuit of AMP Power Line (+15V(VP+15), Vb+5, -12V(VA-12))
The Circuit for making POWER OFF when VP+15, VD+5 and VA-12 is short-circuited (to GND).
Q106 DTC124EUA Q107 DTA124EUA TUNER
D3657 1SS355 R3655 8.2k
VP+8 is Power Line when the set is DVD Function (TUNER is High level). At this time when VP+8 is short-circuited, as TUNER is Low level, Q106 turns ON and XPROTECT becomes Low level. U-com detects the XPROTECT level and sets Power OFF. Except DVD Function even if VP+8 is GND level, as TUNER is also High level, Q107 is OFF and XPROTECT does not become LOW level.
When the FAN is not connected between FAN+ and FAN-, or FAN is locked state as the foreign matter is blocked, Q3652 Base turns open, and then Q3652 and Q3651(E, C, B) turns OFF. Then Q3651 (E2, B2, C2) turns ON and XPROTECT becomes LOW level. U-com detects the XPROTECT level and sets Power OFF. When FAN+ and FAN- is short-circuited, A point voltage becomes higher than GND level because of part D3656 and D3657. Then it is lower than part D3658, Q3651(E, C, B) turns OFF and Q3651(E2, B2, C2) turns ON, and XPROTECT becomes LOW level.
5 DC Detection Circuit of SP Terminal
R3605 (R3625,R3615) 27k FL (SW, SL) FR (C, SR) R3638 10k C3632 470/6.3 R3606 (R3626,R3616) Q3637 27k B Q3638 +5V Q3632 E C
VD+5 R108 27k XPROTECT
7 Short Circuit Detection Circuit of VFDP
VD+5 R108 27k XPROTECT -com Q115 DTA124EUA
R114 82k FL AC1 Q114 2SD2114K (VW) VA-12
At normal state both Q3637 and Q3638 are OFF. (1) When (+) side DC Voltage occurs at SP terminal When (+) side DC voltage occurs at L ch or R ch and VB of Q3637 becomes higher than operating point, Q3632(E, C, B) turns ON and XPROTECT becomes Low level. U-com detects the XPROTECT level and sets Power OFF. (2) When () side DC Voltage occurs at SP terminal It is reverse operation as (+) side. Q3638 turns ON and XPROTECT operates.
When VFDP is short-circuited to GND or DC voltage of FLAC1 becomes GND level because of DC bias failure of FLAC1 (normal state voltage is 27V), Q107 turns ON and also Q115 turns ON, then XPROTECT becomes LOW level. U-com detects the XPROTECT level and sets Power OFF.
[How to return from the protection circuit operating]
XV-DV303 operates the protection circuit under the following conditions and makes the set Power OFF. 1. When major voltage becomes down to low level because of short-circuit or without connection. 2. When detecting abnormal thermal rise by the thermistor. 3. When being disconnected Fan connector or blocked of the Fan rotation 4. When making the Speaker connector short-circuited. At this time the timer LED of the front panel blinks and informs the abnormal state. When operating the protection circuit, if it works by above condition 4, it is possible to return immediately by the Power ON button. If it operates by other conditions as above condition 1 to 3, it is possible to return by turning the Power ON 1 minute after starting protection circuit operation. When it is necessary to turn the Power ON without waiting 1 minute, pull out the AC plug and discharge the both terminal of the backup capacitor (C5575) of U-com board. By doing so, as the U-com is reset to the initial state, it is possible to set the Power ON again immediately.
DIAGNOSIS OF PCBs
Note When diagnosing the unit, be sure to use four connection cables for service. (Part No. : GGD1266 2, GGD1222 1, GGD1310 1)
1 Bonnet and Tray Panel
2 Test Disc Set
Remove the Bonnet (Screws 6) Turn on the Power Open the Tray (0) Remove the Tray Panel
Set the Test Disc Close the Tray(0) Clamp the Test Disc Turn off the Power Pull out the Power Cord from the outlet
Tray Tray Panel
Tray Panel is removed.
How to Open the Tray by Manual Operating
In the reverse state, pass a small screwdriver through a slit and slide a protruding portion of the Drive Gear of the Loading Mechanism Assy to the direction of arrow. If the Tray moved toward the front about 2 or 3 cm, pull out the Tray by hands.
3 Front Panel Section and CONTROL Assy
Front Panel Section
Remove the Screws 4 and Unhook 4 Remove the Front Panel Section Remove the Screws 3 Remove the Connectors 2 Remove the CONTROL Assy Front Panel Section Unhook
Slit Small Square-bar Screwdriver
Protruding portion Small Square-bar Screwdriver
Drive Gear Loading Mechanism Assy Bottom View CONTROL Assy
4 Diagnosis of DVDM Assy
Remove the Loading Mechanism Assy (Screws 2)
Reverse the Loading Mechanism Assy Remove the DVDM Assy , the DVD IF Assy and Adapter02 L and R (Screws 6+4) DVDM Assy
DVD IF Assy Bottom View
Loading Mechanism Assy
Note : First, disconnect the connector part A and unhook all styling. Then after setting the set as the picture below, connect the A part again.
Connect two Connection Cables for Service (GGD1266) between CONTROL Assy and TRADE 2 Assy. Connect the Connection Cable for Service (GGD1222) between DVD IF Unit and POWER Assy. Connect the Connection Cable for Service (GGD1310) between DVD IF Unit and POWER Assy. Arrange as figure below. Put in spacers under the Loading Mechanism Assy not to rub the Clamper. Playback the Test Disc, and diagnosis the DVDM Assy
Connection Cable for Service (GGD1310)
Connection Cable for Service (GGD1222)
10 V_SELRTS 12 V_SELCTS
14 VDD_2VVSS 16 FE_DATA 17 FE_BCLK 18 FE_DVALID 19 FE_SYNC
20 FE_EVALID 21 FE_ECCBST 22 TP- ( VQE_XCS ) 23 VDD_RGB 24 VSS_RGB 25 B_OUT 26 G_OUT 27 RC_OUT
28 VREF_RGB 29 IREF_RGB 30 VDD/YCC 31 VSS_YCC 32 Y_OUT 33 C_OUT 34 CV_OUT 35 VREF_YC
IN YCC DAC electric current reference 2.5 V Power supply Ground
36 IREF_YC 37 VDD_2VVSS
OUT 41 MIC_XON2 OUT
In case of NOT Karaoke model, this port is N.C.(output). Karaoke model Before MIC mixing stage audio muteing output 'L'. In case of NOT Karaoke model, this port is N.C.(output). Karaoke model MIC mixing chanel control output. In case of NOT Karaoke model, this port is N.C.(output). MIC_ON2 : MIC_ON1 : mode : Don't use. : Mix to Center Speaker : Mix to main L/R channel : OFF Reserved In case of NOT carusel 5 disc changer, this port is N.C.(output) Carousel 5 Disc Chenger only. 'H' show disc clampe complete postion. In case of NOT carusel 5 disc changer, this port is N.C.(output) Carousel 5 Disc Chenger only. 'H' show disc un-clampe complete postion. Reserved In case of NOT Karaoke model, this port is N.C.(output) Karaoke model KARAOKE-DSP master clock 1/2 mode 'L'. 3.3 V Power supply 2.5 V Power supply Ground Ground Audio DAC clock Audio DAC Front L,R data Audio DAC Center, LFE data Audio DAC Surround L,R data Audio DAC Master clock Audio DAC L/R clock S/PDIF(IEC60958) digital audio output.
43 CLAMP IN OUT 44 XUNCLAMP IN 45 KDSP_RST OUT
OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT
47 VDD3VVDD_PCM 49 VSS_PCM 50 VSS 51 A_BCK 52 A_DATAA_DATAA_DATAA_MCLK 56 A_LRCK 57 DOUT 58 SMI_ASMI_ASMI_ASMI_ASMI_ASMI_AVDD_2V4
SMI SDRAM addresss
2.5 V Power supply
65 VSS 66 SMI_ASMI_ASMI_ASMI_ASMI_ASMI_ASMI_A12
SMI SDRAM address
73 SMI_ASMI_CSSMI_CSSMI_RAS 77 SMI_CAS 78 SMI_WE 79 SMI_DQML 80 SMI_DQMU 81 VDD_3VSMI_CLK OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT IN SMI SDRAM chip select 2nd SMI SDRAM chip select SMI SDRAM RAS SMI SDRAM CAS SMI SDRAM Write Enable SMI SDRAM Lower DQM SMI SDRAM Upper DQM 3.3 V Power supply SDRAM clock input. Ground
83 VSS 84 SMI_DSMI_DSMI_DSMI_DSMI_DSMI_DSMI_DSMI_D7
SMI SDRAM data
92 SMI_DSMI_DVDD_2VSMI_CLK 96 VSS 97 SMI_DSMI_DSMI_DSMI_D13 I/O SMI SDRAM data OUT 2.5 V Power supply SDRAM clock output. Ground
101 SMI_DSMI_D15 In case of NOT Karaoke model, this port is N.C.(output). Karaoke model Exteranal DSP chip select 'L'. In case of NOT Karaoke model, this port is N.C.(output). Karaoke model Exteranal DSP through pass mode 'L'.
10 GNDNC 12 CYIN 13 CLP 14 CbIN 15 MUTECrIN 17 GND2
Input clamp select Component input (Cb) Mute select Component input (Cr) GND
Before shipping out the product, be sure to clean the following positions by using the prescribed cleaning tools: Position to be cleaned Pickup leneses Cleaning tools Cleaning liquid : GEM1004 Cleaning paper : GED-008
8. PANEL FACILITIES
FM/AM TUNER DOWN
1 OPEN/CLOSE Opens the disc tray Stops playback 3 DVD/CD / 6 Switches to the DVD/CD function and starts/pauses/resumes playback 4 FM/AM (TUNER) Switches to the tuner function and toggles between the AM and FM bands 5 VOLUME buttons Adjusts the volume 6 STANDBY/ON button Switches the player on or into standby 7 Remote sensor
8 Timer indicator Lights when the timer is set 9 PHONES jack Headphone jack
1 STANDBY/ON Switches the player on or into standby
DVD/CD FM/AM TV L1/L2 LINE
2 Function select buttons Selects the source you want to listen to 3 DVD buttons AUDIO Selects the audio channel or language SUBTITLE Selects a subtitle display ANGLE Changes the camera angle during DVD multi-angle scene playback ZOOM Changes the zoom level 4 Sound mode buttons AUTO Automatically selects a decoding format depending on the source SURROUND Selects a surround mode ADVANCED Selects a DSP mode 5 ROOM SETUP Press to automatically adjust the surround sound settings according to your room type (S, M, or L)
QUIET/ AUTO SURROUND ADVANCED MIDNIGHT ROOM SETUP BASSMODESYSTEMDISP MUTE
ENTER SOUND MODE RETURN
PROGRAM REPEAT RANDOM
TEST TONE CH LEVEL TIMER
DVD DISP DIMMER
6 BASS MODE Press to bring up the low end for certain kinds of music or sound sources 7 VOLUME Adjusts the volume 8 DVD SETUP Displays (or exits) the on-screen DVD display SYSTEM SETUP (SHIFT+DVDSETUP) Press to make various system settings in standby; choose your surround sound settings when the unit is switched on
9 ENTER, TUNE & cursor control buttons Navigates on-screen displays and menus; ENTER selects an option or executes a command 10 SOUND MODE Adjusts the tone and effect level 11 Playback controls 3 Starts/resumes playback 1 and /e Use for reverse slow motion playback, frame reverse and reverse scanning and E/ Use for forward slow motion playback, frame advance and forward scanning 4 / FOLDER Jumps to the beginning of the current chapter/track (or folder by pressing SHIFT + 4), then to previous chapters/tracks/folders / FOLDER + Jumps to the next chapter/track (or folder by pressing SHIFT + ) 8 Pauses playback; press again to restart 7 Stops playback 12 Number buttons and SHIFT functions The number buttons can be used for selecting tracks directly, the functions above the buttons are accessed by pressing SHIFT at the same time as the button. PROGRAM Use to program/play a program list REPEAT Selects a repeat play mode RANDOM Selects a random play mode TEST TONE Outputs the test tone (for speaker setup)
CONGRATULATIONS ON YOUR PURCHASE OF THIS FINE PIONEER PRODUCT. Pioneer is on the leading edge of DVD research for consumer products and this unit incorporates the latest technological developments. We are sure you will be fully satisfied with the DVD player. Thank you for your support.
Location: underside of the unit
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT OPEN The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral triangle, is intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated dangerous voltage within the product's enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons. CAUTION: TO PREVENT THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK). NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL. The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the appliance.
WARNING: THIS APPARATUS IS NOT
WATERPROOF. TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPARATUS TO RAIN OR MOISTURE AND DO NOT PUT ANY WATER SOURCE NEAR THIS APPARATUS, SUCH AS VASES, FLOWER POTS, COSMETICS CONTAINERS, MEDICINE BOTTLES, ETC.
WARNING: BEFORE PLUGGING IN THE UNIT
FOR THE FIRST TIME, READ THE FOLLOWING SECTION CAREFULLY. THE VOLTAGE OF THE AVAILABLE POWER SUPPLY DIFFERS ACCORDING TO COUNTRY OR REGION. BE SURE THAT THE POWER SUPPLY VOLTAGE OF THE AREA WHERE THIS UNIT WILL BE USED MEETS THE REQUIRED VOLTAGE (E.G., 230V OR 120V) WRITTEN ON THE REAR PANEL.
European model only:
European and Australian models:
When installing this unit, make sure to leave space around the unit for ventilation to improve heat radiation (at least 10 cm at top, 10 cm at rear, and 10 cm at each side).
ENERGY STAR and ENERGY STAR
certification mark are registered US marks.
All other models:
When installing this unit, make sure to leave space around the unit for ventilation to improve heat radiation (at least 20 cm at top, 15 cm at rear, and 15 cm at each side).
This system is designed to use 0.5 W of electricity when power is switched to Standby.
CAUTION: THE STANDBY/ON BUTTON IS
SECONDARY CONNECTED AND THEREFORE DOES NOT SEPARATE THE UNIT FROM MAINS POWER IN STANDBY POSITION. therefore install the unit suitable places easy to disconnect the MAINS plug in case of the accident. The MAINS plug of unit should be unplugged from the wall socket when left unused for a long period of time.
WARNING: Slot and openings in the
cabinet are provided for ventilation and to ensure reliable operation of the product and to protect it from overheating, to prevent fire hazard, the openings should never be blocked and covered with items, such as newspapers, table-cloths, curtains, etc. Also do not put the apparatus on the thick carpet, bed, sofa, or fabric having a thick pile. H040 En
Operating Environment H045_En
Operating environment temperature and humidity: +5C +35C (+41F +95F); less than 85%RH (cooling vents not blocked) Do not install in the following locations Location exposed to direct sunlight or strong artificial light Location exposed to high humidity, or poorly ventilated location
WARNING: NO NAKED FLAME SOURCES,
General disc compatibility
This player was designed and engineered to be compatible with software bearing one or more of the following logos.
Other formats, including but not limited to the following, are not playable in this player: DVD-Audio, SACD, Photo CD, DVDRAM, DVD-ROM, CD-ROM* (*except those that contain MP3 files formatted as specified in the MP3 audio compatibility section)
DVD-R/RW and CD-R/RW discs (Audio CDs and Video CDs) recorded using a DVD recorder, CD recorder or personal computer may not be playable on this machine. This may be caused by a number of possibilities, including but not limited to: the type of disc used; the type of recording; damage, dirt or condensation on either the disc or the players pick-up lens.
This unit will play CD-R and CD-RW discs recorded in CD Audio or Video CD format, or as a CD-ROM containing MP3 audio files. However, any other content may cause the disc not to play, or create noise/distortion in the output.
This unit cannot record CD-R or CD-RW discs. Unfinalized CD-R/RW discs recorded as CD Audio can be played, but the full Table of Contents (playing time, etc.) will not be displayed.
MP3 audio compatibility
This unit will play CD-ROM discs containing files saved in the MPEG-1 Audio Layer 3 format (MP3) with a sampling rate of 32, 44.1 or 48kHz. Incompatible files will not play and UNPLAYABLE will show in the display. Fixed bit-rate files are recommended. Variable bit-rate (VBR) files are playable, but playing time may not be shown correctly. The CD-ROM used to compile your MP3 files must be ISO 9660 Level 2 compliant. CD physical format: Mode1, Mode2 XA Form1. This player only plays tracks that are named with the file extension.mp3 or.MP3. This player is not compatible with multisession discs. If you try and play a multisession disc, only the first session will be played. Use CD-R or CD-RW media for recording your MP3 files. The disc must be finalized in order to play in this unit. This player can recognize a maximum of 250 folders and 250 tracks. Discs containing more than 250 folders or 250 tracks will play, but only the first 250 folders / tracks. Folder and track names (excluding the.mp3 extension) are displayed.
4 Press 3 (6) to start playback. If youre playing a DVD or Video CD, a menu may appear. See pages 2021 for how to navigate these. If youre playing an MP3 disc, it may take a few seconds before playback starts, depending on the complexity of the file structure on the disc.
I have a widescreen TV so why are there black bars at the top and bottom of the screen when I play some discs? Some movie formats are such that even when played on a widescreen TV, black bars are necessary at the top and bottom of the screen. This is not a malfunction. I have a standard (4:3) TV and set the player to show widescreen DVDs in pan & scan format, so why do I still get black bars top and bottom with some discs? Some discs override the display preferences of the player, so even if you have 4:3 (Pan & Scan) selected, those discs will still be shown in letterbox format. This is not a malfunction.
After I load a DVD disc, it ejects automatically after a few seconds! Most likely, the disc is the wrong region for your player. The region number should be printed on the disc; check it against the region number of the player (which you can find on the rear panel). See also page 8. If the region number is OK, it may be that the disc is damaged or dirty. Clean the disc and look for signs of damage. See also page 59. Why wont the disc I loaded play? First check that you loaded the disc the right way up (label side up), and that its clean and not damaged. See page 59 for information on cleaning discs. If a disc loaded correctly wont play, its probably an incompatible format or disc type, such as DVD-Audio or DVD-ROM. See page 6 for more on disc compatibility.
Basic playback controls
The table below shows the basic controls on the remote for playing discs. The following chapter covers more playback features in more detail.
What it does Starts playback. DVD and Video CD: if the display shows RESUME, playback starts from the resume point. Pauses a disc thats playing, or restarts a paused disc. Stops playback. DVD and Video CD: Display shows RESUME. Press 7 again to cancel the resume function. Press to start fast reverse scanning. Press 3 (play) to resume normal playback. Press to start fast forward scanning. Press 3 (play) to resume normal playback. Skips to the start of the current track or chapter, then to previous tracks/chapters. Skips to the next track or chapter. Skips to the next/previous folder when listening to an MP3 disc. If the disc is stopped, playback starts from the selected title (for DVD) or track number (for CD/Video CD) after a few seconds (or after pressing ENTER). If the disc is playing, playback jumps to the start of the selected chapter or track after a few seconds (or after pressing ENTER).
Using the front panel display
During playback, press REPEAT (SHIFT+2) select a repeat play option. Press repeatedly to cycle through the different options: During DVD playback
Repeat Chapter Repeat Title Repeat Off
You can set the random play option when a disc is playing or stopped.
Its not possible to use random play when playing a Video CD in PBC mode, an unfinalized CD-R/RW disc, and some DVDs.
Using the OSD
1 Press DVD SETUP and select Play Mode. 2 Select Random from the list of functions on the left.
During CD/VCD/MP3 playback
Repeat Track Repeat Off Repeat Disc Repeat Folder*
* Available during MP3 playback only To stop repeat play, press CLEAR at any time.
A-B Repeat Repeat Random Program Search Mode Random Title Random Chapter Random Off
3 Select a random play option. For DVD discs, select Random Title or Random Chapter (or Random Off)
During CD/VCD/MP3 playback, random play of all tracks on the disc (or within an MP3 disc folder) begins. To stop random play, press CLEAR at any time.
Random Title Random Chapter Random Off
To stop the disc and cancel random playback, press 7 (stop). To cancel random playback without stopping playback, press CLEAR. The rest of the disc plays out. When random play is used with MP3 discs, only tracks from the current folder are played. During random play, the 4 and buttons function a little differently to normal: 4 returns to the beginning of the current track/chapter. You can't go back further than this. selects another track/chapter at random from those remaining.
For CDs, Video CDs and MP3 discs, select On or Off to switch random play of all tracks on the disc (or within an MP3 disc folder) on or off.
Press RANDOM (SHIFT+3) select a random play option then press ENTER. During DVD playback, press repeatedly to cycle through the different options:
Chapter random play Random Off
You can't use random play together with program or repeat play.
Title random play
Creating program lists
This feature lets you program the play order of titles/chapters/folders/tracks on a disc.
3 Select Create/Edit from the list of program options.
Create/Edit Playback Start Playback Stop Program Delete Program Memory Off
Its not possible to use program play when playing a Video CD in PBC mode, or an unfinalized CD-R/RW disc.
If youre playing a DVD disc or a Video CD, you should already be using the OSD to navigate the contents. For CDs and MP3 discs (in cases when youre not using the OSD), see Using the front panel display on page 30-31. 1 Press DVD SETUP and select Play Mode.
The playlist edit screen that appears depends on the kind of disc loaded. On the left side is the program list, then to the right is a list of titles (if a DVD disc is loaded), tracks (for CDs and Video CDs), or folder names (for MP3 discs). On the far right is a list of chapters (for DVD) or track names (for MP3). 4 Select a title, chapter, folder or track for the current step in the program list. For a DVD disc, you can add a whole title, or a chapter within a title to the program list. To add a title, select the title.
With DVDs and Video CDs, you can also press PROGRAM (SHIFT+1) on the remote to skip directly to step 4. 2 Select Program from the list of functions on the left.
Program Program Step 01. 01 02. 03. 04. 05. 06. 07. 08. Title 1-38 Title 01 Title 02 Title 03 Title 04 Title 05 Title 06 Title 07 Title 08 Chapter 1-4 Chapter 001 Chapter 002 Chapter 003 Chapter 004
Create/Edit Playback Start Playback Stop Program Delete Program Memory
To add a chapter, first highlight the title, then press (cursor right) and select a chapter from the list.
To add a track, first find the folder, then press (cursor right) and select a track name from the list.
Program Program Step 01. 01-003 02. 03. 04. 05. 06. 07. 08. Title 1-38 Title 01 Title 02 Title 03 Title 04 Title 05 Title 06 Title 07 Title 08 Chapter 1-4 Chapter 001 Chapter 002 Chapter 003 Chapter 004
Program Program Step 01. 001-003 02. 03. 04. 05. 06. 07. 08. Folder 1-6 001. ACP 002. Nth Degree 003. Pfeuti 004. Live 005. Glitch music 006. CodHead Track 1-10 001. Gravity deluxe 002. Tesla's patent 003. Border dispute 004. Delayed by rain 005. Accident incident 006. Pigeon post 007. Outernational 008. Vacuum tube
For a CD or Video CD, select a track to add to the program list.
After pressing ENTER to select the title/chapter/ folder/track, youll automatically be taken to the next step in the program list. 5 Repeat step 4 to build up a program list. A program list can contain up to 24 steps. 6 To play the program list, press 3 (play). Program play remains active until you turn off program play (following page), erase the program list (following page), eject the disc or switch off the player.
Program Program Step 01. 04 02. 03. 04. 05. 06. 07. 08. Track 1~12 Track 01 Track 02 Track 03 Track 04 Track 05 Track 06 Track 07 Track 08
For an MP3 disc, you can add a whole folder, or a track within a folder to the program list. To add a folder, select the folder.
Editing program lists using the OSD
After creating a program list, you can add, delete and change steps.
Program Program Step 01. 001 02. 03. 04. 05. 06. 07. 08. Folder 1-6 001. ACP 002. Nth Degree 003. Pfeuti 004. Live 005. Glitch music 006. CodHead Track 1-10 001. Gravity deluxe 002. Tesla's patent 003. Border dispute 004. Delayed by rain 005. Accident incident 006. Pigeon post 007. Outernational 008. Vacuum tube
1 Press DVD SETUP and select Play Mode. 2 Select Program from the list of functions on the left.
3 Select Create/Edit from the list of program options. 4 To clear a step, highlight the step number and press CLEAR. 5 To insert a step in the middle of the program list, highlight the step where you want the new step to appear, then select a title/chapter/folder/track to add. After pressing ENTER, the new step is inserted into the list. 6 To add a step to the end of the program list, highlight the next free step then select a title/chapter/folder/track to add.
Select a program play function. Create/Edit See above Playback Start Starts playback of a saved program list Playback Stop Turns off program play, but does not erase the program list Program Delete Erases the program list and turns off program play Program Memory (DVD only) Select On to save the program list for the disc loaded. (Select Off to cancel the program memory for the disc loaded)
Other functions available from the OSD program menu
As well as creating and editing a program list, you can start program play, cancel program play, erase the program list, and memorize a program list from the Program menu. 1 Press DVD SETUP and select Play Mode. 2 Select Program from the list of functions on the left.
Program lists are saved for the disc loaded. When you load a disc with a saved program list, program play is automatically turned on. You can save program lists for up to 24 discs. After that, the oldest one is replaced with the new one saved. To save your program list and exit the program edit screen without starting playback, press DVD SETUP (dont press RETURN, your program list wont be saved). During playback, you can press CLEAR at any time to switch off program play.
Even though the OSD is available for CDs and MP3 discs, the front panel display provides enough information to make a program list easily.
1 Make sure the disc is stopped, then press PROGRAM (SHIFT+1). Youre prompted to enter the first track in the program list.
2 To clear the most recent track in the program, press CLEAR. Press repeatedly to clear several steps.
Clearing the program list
You must clear the program list to program a new one. Press CLEAR while the disc is stopped.
2 Use the number buttons to select a folder/track for the current step in the program list then press ENTER. After selecting a folder on an MP3 disc, select a track in the same way. For MP3s you can also use the / buttons to choose folder input mode or track input mode and the / buttons to select folder numbers or track numbers.
Searching a disc
You can search DVD discs by title or chapter number, or by time. CDs can be searched by track number, and Video CDs by track number or time. MP3 discs can be searched by folder or track number.
1 Tune to an AM or FM radio station. For the FM band, select mono or auto-stereo reception as necessary. This setting is saved along with the preset. 2 Press SYSTEM SETUP (SHIFT+DVD SETUP). 3 Use the / (cursor left/right) buttons to choose ST. MEMORY then press ENTER.
4 If necessary, use the / (cursor up/ down) buttons to select the station preset you want. There are 30 preset locations; each can store one station preset. 5 Press ENTER to save the station preset.
Listening to station presets
1 Make sure the TUNER function is selected. 2 Use the ST -/+ buttons to select a station preset.
If the unit is unplugged from the power supply completely, saved stations will remain for several days, after which youll have to save them again.
An introduction to RDS
European model only Radio Data System, or RDS as its usually known, is a system used by FM radio stations to provide listeners with various kinds of informationthe name of the station and the kind of show theyre broadcasting, for example. This information shows up as text on the display, and you can switch between the kind of information shown. Although you dont get RDS information from all FM radio stations, you do with most. Probably the best feature of RDS is that you can search automatically by type of program. So, if you felt like listening to jazz, you could search for a station thats broadcasting a show with the program type, JAZZ. There are around 30 such program types, including various genres of music, news, sport, talk shows, financial information, and so on. This system lets you display three different kinds of RDS information: Radio Text, Program Service Name, and Program Type. Radio Text (RT) is messages sent by the radio station. These can be anything the broadcaster choosesa talk radio station might give out it telephone number as RT, for example. Program Service Name (PS) is the name of the radio station. Program Type (PTY) indicates the kind of program currently being broadcast. This unit can search for and display the following program types:
SPORT EDUCATE DRAMA CULTURE SCIENCE VARIED
POP M ROCK M EASY M LIGHT M CLASSICS OTHER M WEATHER FINANCE CHILDREN SOCIAL RELIGION PHONE IN TRAVEL LEISURE JAZZ COUNTRY NATION M
OLDIES FOLK M DOCUMENT Documentaries
Sports Educational material Radio drama Arts and culture Science and technology Usually talk-based material, such as quiz shows or interviews. Pop music Rock music Easy listening music Light classical music Serious classical music Other music not fitting any of the above categories Weather reports Finance and business Childrens entertainment Social affairs Religious programming Phone-in talk shows Travel Leisure interests and hobbies Jazz music Country music Popular music in a language other than English Popular music from the 50s
NEWS AFFAIRS INFO
News Current affairs General information
In addition, there is a program type, ALARM!, used for exceptional emergency announcements. You cant search for this, but the tuner will switch automatically to this RDS broadcast signal.
Using the RDS display
European model only To display the different types of RDS information available (RT, PS and PTY as explained on the previous page), press SYSTEM DISP on the remote control to cycle through the types of RDS information. Each press changes the display as follows:
Searching for RDS programs
European model only One of the most useful features of RDS is the ability to search for a particular kind of radio program. You can search for any of the program types (listed on the previous page). 1 Use the BAND button to select the FM band. RDS is only broadcast on FM. 2 Press SYSTEM DISP repeatedly until PTY SEARCH appears in the display. 3 Use the / (cursor up/down) buttons to select the program type you want to hear. 4 Press ENTER to search for the program type. The system starts searching through the station presets for a match. When it finds one, the search stops and the station plays for five seconds. 5 If you want to keep listening to the station, press ENTER within the 5 seconds. If you dont press ENTER, searching resumes.
RT Frequency Clock
PS PTY PTY SEARCH
If any noise is picked up while displaying the RT scroll, some characters may be displayed incorrectly. If you see NO DATA in the RT display, it means no RT data is being transmitted from the broadcast station. The display will automatically switch to the PS data display. If no PS data is transmitted from the station, the frequency will be displayed. In the PTY display, there are cases where NO DATA or NO TYPE is shown. If this happens, the PS display is shown after a few seconds. This unit converts lower case characters transmitted by broadcast stations to upper case characters.
RDS searches station presets only.
Setting up for surround sound
When the volume level is increased, set to OFF. When listening at low volumes, set to HIGH for maximum dynamic range compression. Dynamic range control is effective only when a Dolby Digital signal is being played back.
Dual mono setting
Default setting: L-CH1 R-CH 2 The dual mono setting can only be used when listening to Dolby Digital discs with dual mono encoding. These discs are not widely used, but are sometimes used to seperate the backing track from the vocals on karaoke discs. With this setting you can choose which channel in the dual mono setting you want to listen to. You will hear the channel you have selected (either CH1 or CH2) through your center speaker. If surround sound is switched off, you will hear the channel you have selected through both front speakers. In the L-CH1 RCH 2 setting, the left front speaker will play channel 1 and the right front speaker will play channel 2. Use / to cycle through the possible dual mono settings.
Setting the relative volume level of each channel
Default setting (European model only): RS/LS: +2dB SW: +1dB All other channels: 0dB Default setting (all other models): All channels: 0db For best surround sound playback, you should set the relative channel levels from the main listening position. You can set seperate levels for each surround mode. 1 Press SURROUND repeatedly to select a multi-channel listening mode. The Surround mode can be set to anything but AUTO or STEREO. 2 Press TEST TONE (SHIFT+4) to hear the test tone. The test tone is output in the following order:
L-CH1 R-CH2 CH2 MONO CH1 MONO
LFE attenuator setting
Default setting: 0 dB Dolby Digital and DTS audio sources include ultra-low bass tones. Set the LFE attenuator as necessary to prevent the ultra-low bass tones from distorting the sound from the speakers. Use / to set the attenuation level (0 dB, 10 dB or OFF).
3 Press VOLUME +/ to adjust the volume to an appropriate level. 4 Use the / (cursor up/down) buttons to adjust the speaker levels in turn. You should hear the test tone at the same volume from each speaker when seated in the main listening position. The channel level range is 10 dB. 5 When youre done, press TEST TONE (SHIFT+4) to turn off the test tone.
DVD Menu Language
Default Setting: w/Subtitle Lang.
English OSD Language
Default setting: English
w/Subtitle Lang. English French German Italian Spanish Other Language
OSD Language On Screen Display Angle Indicator
English Franais Deutsch Italiano Espaol
Some multilingual discs have disc menus in several languages. This setting specifies in which language the disc menus should appear. Leave on the default setting for menus to appear in the same language as your Subtitle Languagesee the previous page. The DVD format recognizes 136 different languages. Select Other Language if you want to specify a language other than those listed, then follow the on-screen display to select a language. You may also want to refer to the Language code list on page 67.
This sets the language of this players onscreen displays.
On Screen Display
Default setting: On
Default Setting: On
This sets whether operation displays are shown on-screen (PLAY, RESUME, SCAN and so on.)
Audio Language Subtitle Language DVD Menu Lang. Subtitle Display On Off
When set to On, the player displays subtitles according to the Subtitle Language. Set to Off to switch subtitles off altogether (although see Subtitle Off on this page for special cases).
Not all discs that you may consider inappropriate for your children use the Parental Lock feature. These discs will always play without requiring the password first. If you forget your password, youll need to reset the system to its factory settings (page 57), then register a new password.
If you prefer not to see the camera icon onscreen during multi-angle scenes on DVD discs, change this setting to Off.
Registering a new password
You must register a password before you can change the Parental Lock level or enter a Country Code. 1 Select Password.
Default level: Off Default password: none Default country code: us (2119) Some DVD Video discs feature a Parental Lock level. If your player is set to a lower level than the disc, the disc wont play. This gives you some control about what your children watch on your DVD player. Some discs also support the Country Code feature. The player does not play certain scenes on these discs, depending on the country code you set. Before you can set the Parental Lock level or the Country Code you must register a password. As the password owner, you can change the Parental Lock level or Country Code whenever you like. You can also change the password.
Parental Lock Video Output Language Display Options
Password Level Change Country Code
2 Use the number buttons to enter a 4digit password.
Register Code Number Video Output Language Display Options
* * * *
Unplugging the unit before GOOD BYE completely disappears from the display may cause the system to return to the factory settings.
Connecting external antennas
External AM antenna
Use 56 meters (1518 feet) of vinyl-insulated wire and set up either indoors or outdoors. Leave the AM loop antenna connected.
All other models
75 coaxial cable
Indoor antenna (vinyl-coated wire)
FM UNBAL 75
56m (1518 ft.)
AM LOOP ANTENNA
External FM antenna
Use 75 coaxial cable to hook up an external FM antenna. European model only
Connecting auxiliary components
This system has both stereo analog inputs and outputs, as well as an optical digital input. Use these to connect external components, such as your TV, VCR, MD or CD-R recorder. Connect the TV (IN) jacks on the rear panel to the audio outs of your TV (or VCR).
This will enable you to hear the TV (or VCR) sound through this system Connect using RCA pin-plug stereo cables. See also Reducing the TV and line signal levels on page 48.
Connect the LINE 1 (IN) jacks on the rear panel to an auxiliary playback component.
Connect the LINE 2 (OPTICAL IN) jack on the rear panel to the optical digital output of an auxiliary playback component.
These include components such as a VCR or cassette deck. Connect using RCA pin-plug stereo cables. See also Reducing the TV and line signal levels on page 48. Connect the LINE 1 (OUT) jacks on the rear panel to a recording component.
These include digital components such as an MD player, digital satellite, or a game system. Connect using an optical digital cable (not supplied).
The LINE 2 (OPTICAL IN) sound source cant be heard through the LINE 1 (OUT) jacks.
These include components such as a cassette deck, VCR, MD or another recorder with analog inputs. Connect using RCA pin-plug stereo cables.
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.
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.
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 unit to shut off automatically. If youre using the line input, make sure the component is connected correctly (refer to the Setup Guide). Press MUTE on the remote control to turn muting off. Adjust the MASTER VOLUME. Make sure the TV is connected correctly (refer to the Setup Guide). Refer to Setting the relative volume level of each channel on page 41 to check the speaker levels. Check that you havent selected the STEREO sound mode (see Listening to multi-channel playback on page 44). Connect the speakers properly (refer to the Setup Guide). Replace the batteries (refer to the Setup Guide). Operate within 23 feet ( 7 m), 30 of the remote sensor on the front panel (refer to the Setup Guide). Remove any obstacles or operate from another position. Avoid exposing the remote sensor on the front panel to direct light. Unplug the unit for one minute then plug it back in and switch the unit on. Make sure the fan at the rear of the unit is not being blocked. Check that the speakers are connected correctly. Make sure the voltage of the mains power source is correct for the model. If the problem persists, take it to your nearest Pioneer authorized service center or your dealer for servicing.
No sound is output when a function is selected.
No image is output when watching discs. No sound from surround or center speakers.
Cant operate the remote control.
Timer indicator is blinking and the unit will not switch on.
DVD/CD/Video CD player
Problem The disc is ejected automatically after loading. Remedy Clean the disc. Align the disc properly in the disc guide. If the region number on a DVD-video disc does not match the number on the player, the disc cannot be used (page 8). Allow time for any condensation inside the player to evaporate. Avoid using the player near an air-conditioning unit. If the disc is loaded upside down, reload the disc with the label side face up. Press 7, then start playback again (3). Switch the power off once, then on again using the front panel STANDBY/ON button. When the power is cut due to power failure or by unplugging the power cord, settings will be canceled. Check that connections are correct and that plugs are inserted fully. Check the instruction manual of the TV/monitor to make sure the TV/monitor settings are incorrect.
Country code list
Country, Country code, Country code letter
Argentina, 0118, ar Australia, 0121, au Austria, 0120, at Belgium, 0205, be Brazil, 0218, br Canada, 0301, ca Chile, 0312, cl China, 0314, cn Denmark, 0411, dk Finland, 0609, fi France, 0618, fr Germany, 0405, de Germany, 0405, de Hong Kong, 0811, hk India, 0914, in Indonesia, 0904, id Italy, 0920, it Japan, 1016, jp Korea, Republic of, 1118, kr Malaysia, 1325, my Mexico, 1324, mx Netherlands, 1412, nl New Zealand, 1426, nz Norway, 1415, no Pakistan, 1611, pk Philippines, 1608, ph Portugal, 1620, pt Russian Federation, 1821, ru Singapore, 1907, sg Spain, 0519, es Switzerland, 0308, ch Sweden, 1905, se Taiwan, 2023, tw Thailand, 2008, th United Kingdom, 0702, gb United States of America, 2119, us
Preset Code List
ACURA ADMIRAL AIWA AKAI AKURA ALBA AMSTRAD ANITECH ASA ASUKA AUDIOGONIC BASIC LINE BAUR BEKO BEON BLAUPUNKT BLUE SKY BLUE STAR BPL BRANDT BTC BUSH CASCADE CATHAY CENTURION CGB CIMLINE CLARIVOX CLATRONIC CONDOR CONTEC CROSLEY CROWN CRYSTAL CYBERTRON DAEWOO DAINICHI DANSAI DAYTON DECCA DIXI DUMONT ELIN ELITE ELTA EMERSON ERRES FERGUSON FINLANDIA FINLUX FIRSTLINE FISHER
FORMENTI FRONTECH FRONTECH /PROTECH FUJITSU FUNAI GBC GE
632, 607, 642 631, 642, 646 632
660 632, 635, 607, 639, 641, 644 642, 644, 607, 636 641, 644 631, 607, 641 607, 641, 642, 644, 647, 632 638, 641 607, 644, 607, 648 607, 607 607, 636, 651 635, 643, 655 632, 607, 645, 648, 653, 654, 655 640, 644 632, 635, 638, 645
648, 629 640, 646, 658 632, 642 601, 608, 607, 610, 617, 602, 628, 618 GEC 607, 634, 648 GELOSO 632, 644 GENEXXA 631, 641 GOLDSTAR 610, 623, 621, 602, 607, 650 GOODMANS 607, 639, 647, 648, 656 GORENJE 638 GPM 641 GRAETZ 631, 642 GRANADA 607, 635, 642, 643, 648 GRADIENTE 630, 657 GRANDIN 618 GRUNDIG 631, 653 HANSEATIC 607, 642 HCM 618, 644 HINARI 607, 641, 644 HISAWA 618 HITACHI 631, 633, 634, 636, 642, 643, 654, 606, 610, 624, 625, 618 HUANYU 656 HYPSON 607, 618, 646 ICE 646, 647 IMPERIAL 638, 642 INDIANA 607 INGELEN 631 INTERFUNK 631, 632, 607, 642 INTERVISION 646, 649 ISUKAI 641 ITC 642 ITT 631, 632, 642 JEC 605 JVC 613, 623 KAISUI 618, 641, 644 KAPSCH 631 KENDO 642 KENNEDY 632, 642 KORPEL 607 KOYODA 644 LEYCO 607, 640, 646, 648 LIESENK&TTER 607 LOEWE 607 LUXOR 632, 642, 643 M-ELECTRONIC 631, 644, 645, 654, 655, 656, 607, 636, 651 MAGNADYNE 632, 649 MAGNAFON 649
MAGNAVOX MANESTH MARANTZ MARK MATSUI MCMICHAEL MEDIATOR MEMOREX METZ MINERVA MITSUBISHI MULTITECH NEC NECKERMANN NEI NIKKAI NOBLIKO NOKIA NORDMENDE OCEANIC ORION OSAKI OSO OSUME OTTO VERSAND PALLADIUM PANAMA PANASONIC PATHO CINEMA PAUSA PHILCO PHILIPS PHOENIX PHONOLA PROFEX PROTECH QUELLE R-LINE RADIOLA RADIOSHACK RBM RCA
SCHNEIDER SEG SEI SELECO SHARP SIAREM SIEMENS SINUDYNE SKANTIC SOLAVOX SONOKO SONOLOR SONTEC SONY SOUNDWAVE STANDARD STERN SUSUMU SYSLINE TANDY TASHIKO TATUNG TEC TELEAVIA TELEFUNKEN TELETECH TENSAI THOMSON THORN TOMASHI TOSHIBA TOWADA ULTRAVOX UNIVERSUM VESTEL VICTOR VOXSON WALTHAM WATSON WATT RADIO WHITE WESTINGHOUSE YOKO ZENITH PIONEER
X163W TL-SG5426 NX4820 MP 3351 26LU50 TH-42PS9 DCT2000 BIS CD640 4 04 SA-HE100 150 E Icrb150 II Gene EH-DM2 NP-NC10-kap1PL 5 PRO C5-SGT Vluu L210 GTK 2004 SHB7102-00 YP-K3 Usb Mono AX-700S HDC-SD600 Vanilla R RIO 600 Roland W-50 G-4100 V2 Camileo H30 Only DL 531V H Racer AJ-LT85 EX-Z750 Wii Play Photo 790 TL853C Keyboard CFD-S45L MD-2642GT PV-DV201D SA-HT440 2 1 Infocus IN72 CCD-TRV228E X-700 RS7000 Z8612 IS Video Call LPF 6200 Compact Vista-20psia LVI572W DSC-W390 EXR-10 YO-180 XL-UH220H HK580I GC2510 02 I865G AJ3226 MA550 HD251HJ KD-G311 Axim X30 UT37-XV700 Singer 2638 Sterilizer SC-D354M CDP-XE800 DEH-P85BT DR-MV1S MC 1807 RA20vhss X-7A HD200X 42LC4D NP-R60plus MS-2083AL Plantronics CT12 RL39wbms CDX-434RF IP700wifi Muvo TX Logicom L559 GTS 120 Tourer PSR-180-PSR-76 VGN-CS11z R SC700 VSR-2900 Citation A Dvdr3305 Prophecy Deskjet 3400 Smcwpci-G ACS2500 DV-K302CD ALL-IN-ONE PCG-FX501
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