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Introduction. 37 Using the Disc Navigator to browse the contents of a disc. 37 Scanning discs. 38 Playing in slow motion. 38 Frame advance/frame reverse. 39 Looping a section of a disc. 39 Using repeat play. 40 Using the OSD. 40 Using the front panel display. 41 Using random play. 41 Using the OSD. 41 Creating a program list. 42 Using the OSD. 42 Using the front panel display. 44 Clearing the program list. 45 Searching a disc. 45 Switching subtitles. 46
Switching the DVD audio language. Switching VR format DVD-RW audio channel. Switching the Video CD/Super VCD audio channel. Zooming the screen. Switching camera angles. Displaying disc information. OSD disc information. Front panel display information.
06 Viewing JPEG discs
Playing a JPEG slideshow. 50 Using the JPEG Disc Navigator and Photo Browser. 50 Zooming the screen. 51
Language settings. 64 Audio Language. 64 Subtitle Language. 65 DVD Menu Language. 65 Subtitle Display. 66 Display settings. 66 OSD Language. 66 On Screen Display. 66 Angle Indicator. 66 Options. 66 Parental Lock. 66 PhotoViewer. 69
12 Other connections
Connecting the wireless speaker system. 70 Connecting external antennas. 70 Connecting auxiliary components. 71 Reducing the TV and line signal levels.72 Recording mode. 72 Connecting using the S-video output (Not Applicable to the European model).72 Connecting using the component video output (Not Applicable to the European model). 73 Using the SCART AV output (European model only). 73 Switching the TV audio input from SCART to RCA. 74
07 More tuner features: RDS
European model only An introduction to RDS. 52 Displaying RDS information. 53 Searching for RDS programs. 53
08 Using the timer
Setting the wake-up timer. 54 Turning the wake-up timer on/off. 55 Setting the sleep timer. 55
09 Surround sound setup
Setting up surround sound. 57 System Setup menu options. 57 Setting the channel levels. 59
13 Additional information
Switching off the demo. 75 Child Lock. 75 Changing the clock format. 75 Setting the TV format. 75 Watching NTSC on a PAL TV (MOD. PAL). 76 Changing the frequency step (Not Applicable to the European model).76 Resetting the system. 76 Using and taking care of discs. 76 Titles, chapters and tracks. 76 DVD Video regions. 77 Handling discs. 77 Storing discs. 77 Discs to avoid. 78
10 STEREO MODE VOLUME knob Turn to adjust the speaker volume when WIRELESS MODE is set to STEREO (W.Stereo). 11 Power cord Connect to an AC outlet.
Placing the wireless speaker
For best surround sound, make sure to place the wireless speaker directly behind the center of the listening position and no higher than ear level. Also, make sure you dont move the wireless speaker too far behind the listening position or you will lose much of the surround sound effect. For a greater surround sound effect from the wireless speaker, see Setting the channel levels on page 59 to increase the surround channel levels.
The STEREO MODE VOLUME knob has no effect when WIRELESS MODE is set to SURROUND. Even when not in use, the fan in the wireless speaker will continue to operate. Switching off the wireless speaker when not in use will increase product life.
Overhead view of a multi-channel (SURROUND) setup with the XW-DV515
Center Transmitter/ XV-DV515
Subwoofer Front right
to AC outlet
Switching on and setting up
After making sure everything is connected up properly, youre ready to switch on. The first thing to do is to tell the system what kind of TV youre using, standard or widescreen. After that you can set up the surround sound for your room, and set the clock so that you can use the timer features.
2 European model only: Use the / (cursor up/down) buttons to choose a language, then press ENTER.
Let's Get Started Menu Select the display language using the cursor keys on the remote English franais Deutsch Italiano Espaol
FM/AM TUNER TV
L1/L2 LINE OPEN CLOSE
Choose one then press Enter
Not Applicable to the European model: After youre finished reading the welcome screen, press ENTER to move on.
Welcome to Pioneer DVD!
Thank you for purchasing this Pioneer DVD player.
Before using, please take a little time to setup your DVD player Put the batteries into the remote control Next, press the [ENTER] button on the remote control and start the Let's Get Started Menu
1 Press STANDBY/ON (on the remote or on the front panel) to switch the system on. Also make sure that your TV is switched on and that the video input is set to this system.
You may find with some DVD discs that some playback controls dont work in certain parts of the disc. This is not a malfunction. Track skip and number buttons for track selection do not work with unfinalized CDR/RW discs.
Using the front panel controls
The OPEN/CLOSE, DVD/CD, FM/AM and (stop) buttons on the front panel work the same way as the remote control equivalents.
Resume and Last Memory
When you stop playback of a DVD or Video CD disc, Resume is shown in the display indicating that you can resume playback again from that point. If the disc tray is not opened, the next time you start playback the display shows Resume and playback resumes from the resume point. For DVD discs only: If you take the disc out of the player, the play position is stored in memory. When you load the disc next time, the display shows Last Mem and you can resume playback (this works for up to five discs). If you want to clear the resume/last memory point, press (stop) while Resume or Last Mem is displayed.
FOLDER +/ Skips to the next/previous folder when playing an WMA/MP3 disc. Numbers If the disc is stopped, playback starts from the selected title (for DVD) or track number (for CD/ Video CD/Super VCD/WMA/ MP3) 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).
When a Video CD is loaded, the Resume point is lost if the system is switched off, or switched to a function other than DVD (CD). For the Last Memory function to work, you must press (stop) to stop playback before opening the disc tray.
The Last Memory function doesnt work with VR format DVD-RW discs.
DVD-Video disc menus
Many DVD-Video discs contain menus from which you can select what you want to watch. They may give access to additional features, such as subtitle and audio language selection, or special features such as slideshows. See the disc packaging for details. Sometimes DVD-Video menus are displayed automatically when you start playback; others only appear when you press DVD MENU or TOP MENU.
After I load a DVD disc, it ejects automatically after a few seconds! Most likely, the disc is the wrong region for your system. The region number should be printed on the disc; check it against the region number of the system (which you can find on the rear panel). See also DVD Video regions on page 77. 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 Using and taking care of discs on page 76. 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 Using and taking care of discs on page 76 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 General disc compatibility on page 8 for more on disc compatibility. 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 system 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 system, so even if you have 4:3 (Pan & Scan) selected, those discs will still be shown in letterbox format. This is not a malfunction.
Auto listening mode
The Auto listening mode is the simplest way to listen to any source as it was mastered: the output from the speakers mirrors the channels in the source material.
ZOOM TOP MENU
Press AUTO to select the Auto listening mode. If the source is Dolby Digital or DTS, the 2 DOLBY DIGITAL or DTS indicator on the front panel lights. The STEREO indicator lights when playing a stereo source.
Any previously active Dolby Pro Logic or Advanced Surround mode is cancelled when Auto listening mode is selected.
Press SURROUND repeatedly to select a listening mode (or press SURROUND then use the / (cursor up/down) buttons). The listening mode choices that appear in the display will vary according to the type of source thats playing. Auto Auto listening mode (see above) Dolby Digital / DTS Dolby Digital or DTS decoding (depending on the source). For a multichannel source, this will be the same as Auto. Pro Logic 4.1 channel surround sound for use with any two-channel source PL II Movie Pro Logic II 5.1 channel surround sound, especially suited to movie sources, for use with any twochannel source PL II Music Pro Logic II 5.1 channel surround sound, especially suited to music sources, for use with any twochannel source (see also Dolby Pro Logic II Music settings below)
Stereo See Listening in stereo below
See also Using the Advanced Surround effects below, for further stereo and surround playback options.
3 Use the / (cursor up/down) buttons to adjust the setting. Center Width is adjustable between 0 and 7; Dimension between 3 and +3. Panorama is On or Off. 4 Press ENTER to confirm.
Listening in stereo
You cant use the Surround modes with high sampling rate 88.2 / 96 kHz sources. When listening in Dolby Digital / DTS mode, two-channel material will automatically be played in surround sound using Dolby Pro Logic decoding. Dolby Digital / DTS sources that use only the center channel cannot be played back in surround sound. You can listen to any sourcestereo or multichannel, analog or digitalin stereo. When playing a multichannel source, stereo sound is created by downmixing all channels to the front left/right speakers and the subwooofer.
Press ADVANCED to select an Advanced Surround mode (or press ADVANCED then use the / (cursor up/ down) buttons). Press repeatedly to select from: Adv. Music Gives a concert hall-type sound Adv. Movie Gives a movie theater-type sound
Press ENTER to confirm.
Default setting: Dialog. Off (European model) / Dialog. Mid (All other models) The Dialogue Enhancement feature is designed to make the dialog stand out from other background sounds in a TV or movie soundtrack.
The Virtual Surround Back feature can be used when listening in surround sound to simulate an added surround back channel. In a real theater the surround back speaker would be directly behind you, creating more cohesive and realistic surround sound.
Press VIRTUAL SB repeatedly to switch between Vir. SB On and Vir. SB Off.
Press DIALOGUE to select the amount dialog enhancement. Press repeatedly to select from: Dialog Off No dialog enhancement Dialog Mid Moderate dialog enhancement Dialog Max Strong dialog enhancement
You cant use Virtual Surround Back when listening in Stereo or Virtual listening modes. If there is no surround channel, Virtual Surround Back has no effect. You cant use the Virtual Surround Back effect with high sampling rate 88.2 / 96 kHz sources, or with headphones.
You cant use Dialog Enhancement with high sampling rate 88.2 / 96 kHz sources.
Using Quiet and Midnight listening modes
Default setting: Off The Quiet listening feature reduces excessive bass or treble in a sound source. You can use this feature if the music is a little bit harsh and you would like a smoother sound.
Listening with a virtual surround back speaker
Default setting: Vir. SB Off
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.
2 Use the / (cursor left/right) buttons to select Bass or Treble. 3 Use the / (cursor up/down) buttons to adjust the sound. The bass and treble can be adjusted from 3 to +3. 4 Press ENTER to confirm.
Boosting the bass level
There are three bass modes you can use to enhance the bass in a source.
Press QUIET/MIDNIGHT repeatedly to switch between Quiet, Midnight and Off.
Adjusting the bass and treble
During playback, press
or / until 2 Press and hold / slow motion playback starts. The slow motion speed is shown onscreen. There is no sound during slow motion playback. 3 Press repeatedly to change the slow motion speed. The slow motion speed is displayed onscreen. 4 To resume normal playback, press (play).
The picture quality when using frame reverse is not as good as frame advance. Depending on the disc, normal playback may automatically resume when a new chapter is reached. When changing direction with a DVD disc, the picture may move in an unexpected way. This is not a malfunction.
Looping a section of a disc
The A-B Repeat function allows you to specify two points (A and B) within a track (CD and Video CD/Super VCD) or title (DVD) that form a loop which is played over and over.
Video CD/Super VCD and VR format DVDRWs only supports forward slow motion playback. The picture quality during slow motion playback is not as good as during normal playback. Depending on the disc, normal playback may automatically resume when a new chapter is reached.
You cant use A-B Repeat with WMA/MP3 discs, Video CD/Super VCDs in PBC mode, or unfinalized CD-R/RW discs. 1 During playback, press HOME MENU and select Play Mode. 2 Select A-B Repeat from the list of functions on the left.
Frame advance/frame reverse
You can advance or back up a DVD disc frame-by-frame. With Video CD/Super VCDs and VR format DVD-RWs, you can only use frame advance. 1 During playback, press (pause).
A-B Repeat Repeat Random Program Search Mode A(Start Point) B(End Point) Off
or / to reverse or 2 Press / advance a frame at a time. 3 To resume normal playback, press (play).
3 Press ENTER on A(Start Point) to set the loop start point.
Using the OSD
1 During playback, press HOME MENU and select Play Mode. 2 Select Repeat from the list of functions on the left.
A-B Repeat Repeat Random Program Search Mode
A(Start Point) B(End Point) Off
4 Press ENTER on B(End Point) to set the loop end point.
Title Repeat Chapter Repeat Repeat Off
3 Select a repeat play option. If program play is active, select Program Repeat to repeat the program list, or Repeat Off to cancel. For DVD discs, select Title Repeat or Chapter Repeat (or Repeat Off).
After pressing ENTER, playback jumps back to the start point and plays the loop. The minimum loop time is 2 seconds. 5 To resume normal playback, select Off from the menu.
Using repeat play
There are various repeat play options, depending on the kind of disc loaded. Its also possible to use repeat play together with program play to repeat the tracks/chapters in the program list (see Creating a program list on page 42). For CDs and Video CD/Super VCDs, select Disc Repeat or Track Repeat (or Repeat Off).
Even though the OSD is available for CDs and WMA/MP3 discs, the front panel display provides enough information to make a program list easily. If a disc is playing, stop it first.
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1 Press PROGRAM. Youre prompted to enter a track or folder for the first step in the program list.
You can save program lists for up to 24 discs. After that, the oldest one is replaced with the new one saved.
Searching a disc
You can search DVD discs by title or chapter number, or by time. CD/Super VCDs can be searched by track number, and Video CDs by track number or time. WMA/MP3 discs can be searched by folder or track number. 1 During playback, press HOME MENU and select Play Mode. 2 Select Search Mode from the list of functions on the left. The search options that appear depend on the kind of disc loaded. The screen below shows the DVD search options.
2 Use / (cursor up/down) to select a track or a folder, then press ENTER. For WMA/MP3 discs only: To select an individual track within a folder, use the / (cursor up/down) buttons to select the folder, then press , then use / (cursor up/down) to select a track. Press ENTER.
Wait for the display to prompt you after completing each selection. If you make a mistake, press CLR to delete the last (most recently) programmed track. 3 Repeat step 2 to build up a program list. A program list can contain up to 24 steps. 4 To play the program list, press (play). Program play remains active until you press (stop), clear the playlist (see below), eject the disc or switch off the player.
Title Search Chapter Search Time Search
Select a search mode.
Clearing the program list
You must clear the program list to program a new one. If a disc is playing, press Press CLR. (stop).
4 Use the number buttons to enter a title, chapter, folder or track number, or a time.
Program lists are saved for the DVD disc loaded. When you load a disc with a saved program list, program play is automatically turned on.
For a time search, enter the number of minutes and seconds into the currently playing title (DVD) or track (Video CD) you want playback to resume from. For
MP3 Current / Total 2/7 ACP
JPEG disc displays
Play JPEG Current / Total File 1/40 File Name FL000001
WMA / MP3 disc displays
Track no. Elapsed track time Track name Folder name
E V E R Y B OD B E S T _O F _
Current / Total Folder 2/6 Folder Name Holiday
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T I G E R_ Z OO _ T R I P
File name Folder name
Italiano Franais Deutsch
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Viewing JPEG discs
Playing a JPEG slideshow
After loading a CD/CD-R/RW containing JPEG pictures, press to start a slideshow from the first folder/picture on the disc. The player displays the pictures in each folder in alphabetical order. Pictures are automatically adjusted so that they fill as much of the screen as possible (if the aspect ratio of the picture is different to your TV screen you may notice black bars at the sides, or at the top and bottom of the screen). While the slideshow is running:
Button What it does Pauses the slideshow; press again to restart. Displays the previous picture. Displays the next picture. ANGLE Pauses the slideshow and rotates the currently displayed picture 90 clockwise. Press (play) to restart slideshow. Pauses the slideshow and zooms the screen (see below). Press (play) to restart slideshow. Displays the Disc Navigator screen (see below).
The , ANGLE and ZOOM buttons do not work while the display shows LOADING. The time it takes for the player to load a file increases with large file sizes. Up to 999 files are viewable on a disc. If there are more files than this on a disc, only the first 999 files are viewable.
Using the JPEG Disc Navigator and Photo Browser
Use the JPEG Disc Navigator to find a particular folder or picture by filename on the disc in the play position; use the Photo Browser to find a picture within a folder by thumbnail image. 1 Press DVD MENU to display the Disc Navigator screen.
Disc Navigator Folder 1-2 JPEG 001. F_001 002. F_002 File 1-40 001. FL000001 002. FL000002 003. FL000003 004. FL000004 005. FL000005 006. FL000006 007. FL000007 008. FL000008
Not Applicable to the European model You only need to make this setting if you connected this system to your TV using the component video outputs. Default setting: Interlace
When TV format is set to AUTO or NTSC only: When Component Out (above) is set to Progressive, there is no video output from the VIDEO and S-VIDEO jacks. If you want to display video on more than one monitor simultaneously, make sure that it is set to Interlace. See also Setting the TV format on page 75. If you connect a TV that is not compatible with a progressive scan signal and switch the system to progressive, you will not be able to see any picture at all. In this case, press STANDBY/ON to put the system in standby, then press and hold the front panel (stop) button for about 8 seconds until the display shows Mem.Clr.?. Press the front panel VOLUME (DOWN) or + (UP) button so that the display shows Interlace?. Press the front panel button to set to interlace and switch the system back on.
Digital Audio Out Video Output Language Display Options
TV Screen Auto Progressive Component Out S-Video Out
When TV format is set to AUTO or NTSC only: When set to Progressive, PAL and NTSC discs are both output as progressive NTSC video. See page 75. When TV format is set to PAL only: Progressive cannot be selected. See page 75.
Not Applicable to the European model You only need to make this setting if you connected this system to your TV using an S-video cable. Default setting: S2
Compatibility of this system with progressive-scan TVs.
This system is compatible with progressive video Macro Vision System Copy Guard.
CONSUMERS SHOULD NOTE THAT NOT ALL HIGH DEFINITION TELEVISION SETS ARE FULLY COMPATIBLE WITH THIS PRODUCT AND MAY CAUSE ARTIFACTS TO BE DISPLAYED IN THE PICTURE. IN CASE OF 525 PROGRESSIVE SCAN PICTURE PROBLEMS, IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT THE USER SWITCH THE CONNECTION TO THE STANDARD DEFINITION OUTPUT. IF THERE ARE QUESTIONS REGARDING OUR TV SET COMPATIBILITY WITH THIS MODEL 525p DVD PLAYER, PLEASE CONTACT OUR CUSTOMER SERVICE CENTER.
TV Screen AV Connector Out S-Video Out
If you find that the picture is stretched or distorted on the default S2 setting, try changing it to S1.
Default setting: 12-Hour You can choose to display the clock in either 12 or 24 hour formats. Switch the system into standby. Press SYSTEM SETUP.
3 Use the / (cursor left/right) buttons to select Demo Mode?, then press ENTER. 4 Use the / (cursor up/down) buttons to select Demo Off? then press ENTER to confirm.
3 Use the / (cursor left/right) buttons to select 12/24 Hour?, then press ENTER. 4 Use the / (cursor up/down) buttons to select either 12-Hour? or 24Hour?. 5 Press ENTER to confirm.
After setting the clock, the demo mode switches off automatically. However, if you unplug the system from the wall outlet, the demo mode will revert to Demo On (and the clock will be reset).
Setting the TV format
Default setting: AUTO The default setting of this system is AUTO, and unless you notice that the picture is distorted when playing some discs, you should leave it set to AUTO. If you experience picture distortion with some discs, set the TV system to match your country or regions system. Doing this, however, may restrict the kinds of disc you can watch. The table below shows what kinds of disc are compatible with each setting (AUTO, PAL and NTSC).
Default setting: Lock Off This system has a child lock feature that makes the front panel buttons and controls inoperative. This is useful when youve set the wake-up timer and dont want the system switched on before it activates. Switch the system into standby. Press SYSTEM SETUP.
3 Use the / (cursor left/right) buttons to select Child Lock?, then press ENTER.
Switch the system into standby. Press SYSTEM SETUP.
Changing the frequency step
Not applicable to the European model Default setting: AM 9/FM 50 If you find that you cant tune into stations successfully, the frequency step may not be suitable for your country/region. Switch the system into standby. Press SYSTEM SETUP.
3 Use the / (cursor left/right) buttons to select TV System?, then press ENTER. 4 Use the / (cursor up/down) buttons to select Auto, PAL or NTSC, then press ENTER to confirm.
Disc Type DVD Player setting Format NTSC NTSC NTSC NTSC NTSC NTSC NTSC PAL AUTO
3 Use the / (cursor left/right) buttons to select FM AM Step?, then press ENTER. 4 Use the / (cursor up/down) buttons to select FM 50 AM 9? or FM100 AM10? then press ENTER to confirm.
Discs spin at high speed inside the player. If you can see that a disc is cracked, chipped, warped, or otherwise damaged, don't risk using it in your playeryou could end up damaging the unit.
This unit is designed for use with conventional, fully circular discs only. Use of shaped discs is not recommended for this product. Pioneer disclaims all liability arising in connection with the use of shaped discs.
Place on an unstable surface, or one that is not large enough to support all four of the units feet.
Cleaning the pickup lens
The DVD players lens should not become dirty in normal use, but if for some reason it should malfunction due to dust or dirt, consult your nearest Pioneer authorized service center. Although lens cleaners are commercially available, we do not recommend using them since some may damage the lens.
Proper installation and maintenance of this system
Hints on installation
We want you to enjoy using this system for years to come, so please bear in mind the following points when choosing a suitable location for it: Do. Use in a well-ventilated room.
Problems with condensation
Condensation may form inside the player if it is brought into a warm room from outside, or if the temperature of the room rises quickly. Although the condensation wont damage the player, it may temporarily impair its performance. For this reason you should leave it to adjust to the warmer temperature for about an hour before switching on and using.
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.
Wireless speaker system AC adaptor and power cord caution
Do not leave the power cord near heating equipment. The coating of the cord may melt, which could lead to fire and/or electrocution. Make sure to grasp the body of the AC adaptor when removing it from the power outlet. If you pull the power cord, it may become damaged which could lead to fire and/or electrocution. Do not attempt to plug in or remove the AC adaptor with wet hands. This may result in electrocution. Insert the prongs of the AC adaptor all the way into the power outlet. If the connection is incomplete, heat may be generated which could lead to fire. Furthermore, contact with the connected prongs of the adaptor may result in electrocution. Do not insert the AC adaptor into a power outlet where the connection remains loose despite inserting the prongs all the way into the outlet. Heat may be generated which could lead to fire. Consult with the retailer or an electrician regarding replacement of the power outlet. Even when not in use, the fan in the wireless speaker will continue to operate. Switching off the wireless speaker when not in use will increase product life.
Moving the system unit
If you need to move the main unit, first remove a disc if theres one in the player, then press STANDBY/ON on the front panel to turn the system off. Wait for Good Bye to disappear from the display, then unplug the power cable. Never lift or move the unit during playbackdiscs rotate at a high speed and may be damaged.
Unplugging the unit before Good Bye disappears from the display may cause the system to return to the factory settings.
Power cord caution
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 this 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.
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 system 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 system to shut off automatically. If youre using the line input, make sure the component is connected correctly (see Connecting auxiliary components on page 71). Press MUTE on the remote control to turn muting off. Adjust the VOLUME. European model only: If youre using the TV input, make sure youve selected the RCA audio input (see Switching the TV audio input from SCART to RCA on page 74). Make sure the TV is connected correctly (refer to the Setup Guide). Not applicable to the European model: Reset the video output to interlace (see Component Out on page 63). Refer to Setting the channel levels on page 59 to check the speaker levels. Check that you havent selected the STEREO sound mode (see Listening in surround sound on page 31). Check that the Virtual mode is not on (Using the Advanced Surround effects on page 33). Connect the speakers properly (refer to the Setup Guide). Replace the batteries (refer to the Setup Guide). Operate within 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.
Rec Mode On Phones In 96K Stereo No Surr. SP Muting Exit
Screen sizes and disc formats
DVD-Video discs come in several different screen aspects, ranging from TV programs, which are generally 4:3, to CinemaScope widescreen movies, with an aspect ratio of up to about 7:3. Televisions also come in different aspect ratios; standard 4:3 and widescreen 16:9.
Set to 4:3 (Pan&Scan), widescreen discs are shown with the left and right sides cropped. Although the picture looks larger, you dont actually see the whole picture.
Widescreen TV users
If you have a widescreen TV, the TV Screen setting (page 62) of this system should be set to 16:9 (Wide). When you watch discs recorded in 4:3 format, you can use the TV controls to select how the picture is presented. Your TV may offer various zoom and stretch options; see the instructions that came with your TV for details. Please note that some movie aspect ratios are wider than 16:9, so even though you have a widescreen TV, these discs will still play in a letterbox style with black bars at the top and bottom of the screen.
Please note that many widescreen discs override the systems settings so that the disc is shown in letterbox format regardless of the setting.
Using the 16:9 (Wide) setting with a standard 4:3 TV, or either of the 4:3 settings with a widescreen TV, will result in a distorted picture.
Selecting languages using the language code list
Some of the language options (see Language settings on page 64) allow you to set your prefered language from any of the 136 languages listed in the Language code list on page 85. 1 Select Other Language.
Standard TV users
If you have a standard TV, the TV Screen setting (page 62) of this system should be set to 4:3 (Letter Box) or 4:3 (Pan&Scan), depending on which you prefer. Set to 4:3 (Letter Box), widescreen discs are shown with black bars top and bottom.
2 Use the / (cursor left/right) buttons to select either a code letter or a code number. 3 Use the / (cursor up/down) buttons to select a code letter or a code number. See Language code list on page 85 for a complete list of languages and codes.
Language code list
Language (Language code letter), Language code
Japanese (ja), 1001 English (en), 0514 French (fr), 0618 German (de), 0405 Italian (it), 0920 Spanish (es), 0519 Dutch (nl), 1412 Russian (ru), 1821 Chinese (zh), 2608 Korean (ko), 1115 Greek (el), 0512 Afar (aa), 0101 Abkhazian (ab), 0102 Afrikaans (af), 0106 Amharic (am), 0113 Arabic (ar), 0118 Assamese (as), 0119 Aymara (ay), 0125 Azerbaijani (az), 0126 Bashkir (ba), 0201 Byelorussian (be), 0205 Bulgarian (bg), 0207 Bihari (bh), 0208 Bislama (bi), 0209 Bengali (bn), 0214 Tibetan (bo), 0215 Breton (br), 0218 Catalan (ca), 0301 Corsican (co), 0315 Czech (cs), 0319 Welsh (cy), 0325 Danish (da), 0401 Bhutani (dz), 0426 Esperanto (eo), 0515 Estonian (et), 0520 Basque (eu), 0521 Persian (fa), 0601 Finnish (fi), 0609 Fiji (fj), 0610 Faroese (fo), 0615 Frisian (fy), 0625 Irish (ga), 0701 Scots-Gaelic (gd), 0704 Galician (gl), 0712 Guarani (gn), 0714 Gujarati (gu), 0721 Hausa (ha), 0801 Hindi (hi), 0809 Croatian (hr), 0818 Hungarian (hu), 0821 Armenian (hy), 0825 Interlingua (ia), 0901 Interlingue (ie), 0905 Inupiak (ik), 0911 Indonesian (in), 0914 Icelandic (is), 0919 Hebrew (iw), 0923 Yiddish (ji), 1009 Javanese (jw), 1023 Georgian (ka), 1101 Kazakh (kk), 1111 Greenlandic (kl), 1112 Cambodian (km), 1113 Kannada (kn), 1114 Kashmiri (ks), 1119 Kurdish (ku), 1121 Kirghiz (ky), 1125 Latin (la), 1201 Lingala (ln), 1214 Laothian (lo), 1215 Lithuanian (lt), 1220 Latvian (lv), 1222 Malagasy (mg), 1307 Maori (mi), 1309 Macedonian (mk), 1311 Malayalam (ml), 1312 Mongolian (mn), 1314 Moldavian (mo), 1315 Marathi (mr), 1318 Malay (ms), 1319 Maltese (mt), 1320 Burmese (my), 1325 Nauru (na), 1401 Nepali (ne), 1405 Norwegian (no), 1415 Occitan (oc), 1503 Oromo (om), 1513 Oriya (or), 1518 Panjabi (pa), 1601 Polish (pl), 1612 Pashto, Pushto (ps), 1619 Portuguese (pt), 1620 Quechua (qu), 1721 Rhaeto-Romance (rm), 1813 Kirundi (rn), 1814 Romanian (ro), 1815 Kinyarwanda (rw), 1823 Sanskrit (sa), 1901 Sindhi (sd), 1904 Sangho (sg), 1907 Serbo-Croatian (sh), 1908 Sinhalese (si), 1909 Slovak (sk), 1911 Slovenian (sl), 1912 Samoan (sm), 1913 Shona (sn), 1914 Somali (so), 1915 Albanian (sq), 1917 Serbian (sr), 1918 Siswati (ss), 1919 Sesotho (st), 1920 Sundanese (su), 1921 Swedish (sv), 1922 Swahili (sw), 1923 Tamil (ta), 2001 Telugu (te), 2005 Tajik (tg), 2007 Thai (th), 2008 Tigrinya (ti), 2009 Turkmen (tk), 2011 Tagalog (tl), 2012 Setswana (tn), 2014 Tonga (to), 2015 Turkish (tr), 2018 Tsonga (ts), 2019 Tatar (tt), 2020 Twi (tw), 2023 Ukrainian (uk), 2111 Urdu (ur), 2118 Uzbek (uz), 2126 Vietnamese (vi), 2209 Volapk (vo), 2215 Wolof (wo), 2315 Xhosa (xh), 2408 Yoruba (yo), 2515 Zulu (zu), 2621
D DV /CD
XV-DV515 XV-DV515 XV-DV313 XV-DV313
THIS MANUAL IS APPLICABLE TO THE FOLLOWING MODEL(S) AND TYPE(S).
MYXJ NVXJ MYXJN NVXJN AC220-230V AC230V AC220V-230V AC230V
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 2003
T ZZV MAY. 2003 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 trained to properly and safely repair complex products such as those covered by this manual.Improperly performed repairs can adversely affect the safety and reliability of the product and may void the warranty. If you are not qualified to perform the repair of this product properly and safely, you should not risk trying to do so and refer the repair to a qualified service technician.
WARNING ! 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 : 7 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 (CLOSE) side (OPEN signal is 0V and CLOSE signal is 3.5V), a laser becomes the status which can completely oscillation. 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 Q201 (650nm LD) and Q211 (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 90.
[ 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:
Continuous Power Output (RMS): Front, center, surround. 75 W per channel (1 kHz, 10 % T.H.D., 6 ) Subwoofer. 75 W (100 Hz, 10 % T.H.D., 6 ) Continuous Power Output : Front, center, surround. 62 W per channel (1 kHz, 1 % T.H.D., 6 ) Subwoofer. 62 W (100 Hz, 1 % T.H.D., 6 ) Power consumption in standby. 0.39 W Dimensions.420 (W) x 70 (H) x 403.5 (D) mm Weight. 7.4 kg A
Accessories (DVD/CD receiver)
Remote control. 1. AA/R6 dry cell batteries. 2 Video cable (yellow plugs).1 AM loop antenna. 1 FM antenna.1 Power cord.1 Setup Guide.1 These operating instructions.1 Warranty Card.1
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 Wow and Flutter. Limit of measurement (0.001 % W.PEAK) or less (JEITA)
Enclosure. Closed-box bookshelf type (magnetically shielded) System. 15x6 cm 1-way system Speakers.15x6 cm cone type Nominal impedance. 6 Frequency range.90 Hz to 20 kHz Maximum Input Power. 75 W Dimensions. 78 (W) x 210 (H) x 82 (D) mm Weight. 0.7 kg
FM tuner section
Frequency range. 87.MHz Antenna. 75 , unbalanced
AM tuner section
Frequency range With 9kHz step. 531 kHz to 1,602 kHz Antenna. Loop antenna
Power requirements European model. AC 220-230 V, 50/60 Hz U.K. model. AC 230 V, 50/60 Hz Power consumption European/U.K. model. 160 W
Enclosure. Closed-box bookshelf type (magnetically shielded) System.15x6 cm 1-way system Speakers.15x6 cm cone type Nominal impedance. 6 Frequency range.78 Hz to 20 kHz Maximum Input Power. 75 W Dimensions. 240 (W) x 85 (H) x 96 (D) mm Weight. 0.75 kg
Enclosure. Bass-reflex floor type (magnetically shielded) System.16 cm 1-way system Speaker.16 cm cone type Nominal impedance. 6 Frequency range. 35 Hz to 2.8 kHz Maximum Input Power. 75 W Dimensions. 130 (W) x 360 (H) x 360 (D) mm Weight. 4.5 kg
Specifications and design subject to possible modification without notice, due to improvements.
This product includes FontAvenue fonts licenced by NEC corporation. F ontAvenue is a registered trademark of NEC Corporation. This product incorporates copyright protection technology that is protected by method claims of certain U.S. patents and other intellectual property rights owned by Macrovision Corporation and other rights owners. Use of this copyright protection technology must be authorized by Macrovision Corporation, and is intended for home and other limited uses only unless otherwise authorized by Macrovision Corporation. Reverse engineering or disassembly is prohibited.
Accessories (Speaker system)
Speaker cables. 6.
See Contrast table(2) See Contrast table(2) See Contrast table(2) See Contrast table(2) See Contrast table(2) C See Contrast table(2) ARY7065 XHA3140 XHA3139 AHG7010 See Contrast table(2) Z21-038 D
16 NSP 21 NSP 22
XV-DV515/MYXJ, /NVXJ, XV-DV313/MYXJN and NVXJN types are constructed the same except for the following:
Mark No. Part No. Symbol and Description XV-DV515 MYXJ
ADG1154 XXD3059 XRB3024 XRE3075 XRC3106
ADG1156 XXD3059 XRB3024 XRE3075 Not used
ADG1154 XXD3058 XRB3023 XRE3072 XRC3101
ADG1156 XXD3058 XRB3023 XRE3072
Power Cord Remote Control Operating Instructions (English) Operating Instructions Basic (English, French) Operating Instructions Basic (German, Italian) Operating Instructions Basic (Dutch, Spanish) Operating Instructions(German) Operating Instructions(Dutch) Operating Instructions(French) Operating Instructions(Italian) Operating Instructions(Spanish) Packing Case
E Not used
XRC3107 XRC3094 XRC3095 XRC3096 XRC3097 XRC3098 XHD3380
Not used Not used Not used Not used Not used Not used XHD3380
XRC3102 XRC3084 XRC3085 XRC3086 XRC3087 XRC3088 XHD3351
Not used Not used Not used Not used Not used Not used XHD3351 F
2.2 EXTERIOR SECTION
Refer to "2.4 LOADING MECHANISM ASSY".
Refer to "2.3 FRONT PANEL".
(1) EXTERIOR SECTION PARTS LIST
Mark No. NSP 33 NSP Description DVDM ASSY DSP ASSY 6CH AMP FM/AM TUNER MODULE CONTROL ASSY TRADE3 ASSY TRADE2 ASSY POWER ASSY TRADE1 ASSY EURO SCART ASSY Loading Mechanism ASSY Power Transformer (T1) Fuse (FU1 : T2.5A) Fuse (FU2 : T5.0A) 30P F.F.C/60V 18P F.F.C/60V 15P F.F.C/60V 5P F.F.C/60V 13P F.F.C/60V 17P F.F.C/60V 7P F.F.C/60V Chassis Rear Panel Trans Frame Spacer Control Angle DSP Holder EURO GND DSP Shield PCB Spacer S Cover PCB Spacer(3x6) Locking Card Spacer Part No. AWM7808 AWX8253 AZW7283 AXQ7229 See Contrast table(2) XWZ3714 XWX3071 XWZ3716 XWZ3725 XWZ3724 Mark No. NSP NSP 50 NSP NSP NSP 71 Description Bottom Plate Barrier S Fan Cover Card Spacer Spacer Cushion Rubber Trans Barrier DSP Barrier Locking Card Spacer EURO Cover Tray Cap Bonnet Case Caution Label Name Label DVD Assy Connector Assy Cushion Adapter02 L Adapter02 R Screw AMP Module 6ch DC Fan Motor FET Bracket A Fan Plate Heat Sink Screw Screw Screw Screw Screw Screw Screw Screw Screw Part No. AEC7420 AEC7429 AMR7440 DNK2769 PNY-404 A
XEB3036 XEC3046 XEC3047 XEC3051 XMR3081 XAK3389 XZN3129 VRW1872 See Contrast table(2) AXA7121 PG05KK-E25 AEB7267 ANW7267 ANW7268 BPZ30P080FMC AXQ7242 AXM7025 ANG7418 See Contrast table(2) See Contrast table(2) BBZ30P140FMC BBZ30P300FZK BBZ30P060FMC BBZ30P080FNI BBZ40P060FMC BPZ30P080FZK CBZ30P080FMC VPZ30P140FMC VBZ30P080FMC D C
NSP > > >
VWT1208 XTS3066 REK1026 REK1029 XDD3128 XDD3129 XDD3130 XDD3131 XDD3132 XDD3133 XDD3134 XNA3017 See Contrast table(2) XNG3106 XEC3052 XNG3108 XNG3109 XNG3111 XNK3010
AEB7206 AEB7262 AEC7156 AEC7372
XWZ3710 XNC3238 XAX3381 ANG7462 ANH7166 E
XWZ3710 XNC3239 XAX3381 ANG7462 ANH7166
XWZ3703 XNC3217 XAX3375 ANG7425 ANH7161
XWZ3703 XNC3208 XAX3375 ANG7425 ANH7161
CONTROL ASSY Rear Panel Name Label Fan Plate Heat Sink
2.3 FRONT SECTION
FRONT SECTION PARTS LIST
Mark No. 9 NSP 18 NSP 19 Description DISPLAY ASSY LED ASSY HP ASSY 15P F.F.C/60V 5P F.F.C/60V Top Frame Leg Rubber Cover Display Panel Front Panel Assy Front Cap Front Panel Top Panel Assy Screw Screw HP Press ASSY Part No. XWZ3720 XWZ3721 XWZ3715 XDD3130 XDD3131 XNG3107 AEB7090 XEB3034 See Contrast table(2) XXG3160 XAK3390 XMB3122 XZN3131 BPZ30P080FZK B A
XV-DV515/MYXJ, /NVXJ, XV-DV313/MYXJN and /NVXJN types are constructed the same except for the following:
D 9 Display Panel
2.4 LOADING MECHA ASSY
Note : Refer to " Application of Lubricant".
8 Daifree GEM1036 8
2 Refer to "2.5 TRAVERSE MECHA. ASSY-S". 6 8
To DVDM CN101 (Pickup Assy-S) To DVDM CN104 (Stepping Motor) To DVDM CN105 (Spindle Motor)
B 12 Lubricating Oil GYA5
14 D 9 22
Lubricating Oil GYA1001
LOADING MECHA ASSY PARTS LIST
Mark No. NSP 23 Description LOAB Assy Traverse Mechanism Assy-S Loading Motor Assy Motor Pulley Motor Flexible Cable (24P) Connector Assy 2P Floating Rubber Belt Stabilizer Loading Base Float Base DVD Drive Cam Gear Pulley Loading Gear Drive Gear SW Lever Clamper Plate Bridge Clamper Screw Screw Tray Part No. See Contrast table(2) VXX2871 VXX2872 PNW1634 VXM1105 VDA1947 VKP2253 VEB1351 VEB1330 VNE2253 VNL1917 VNL1918 VNL1919 VNL1921 VNL1922 VNL1923 VNL1925 VNE2251 VNE2252 VNL1924 JGZ17P028FMC Z39-019 See contrast table(2) B A
J : Min
Mechanism Assy Adjust the Radial Adjustment Screw so that jitter becomes minimum.
Play the DVD test disc at outer track (around #200000)
Turn the POWER OFF in case of NG once, and perform the adjustment once again.
Confirm the error rate that is displayed "OK" (Example ERROR RATE: 6.6oe - 6 OK )
Readjust the Tangential Adjustment Screw so that jitter becomes minimum.
If error rate is OK, locks a root of tangential and radial adjustment screws with the Screw tight, and go to step !. Screw tight: GYL1001 Disc playback normally. The measurement of block error rate
ESC ESC 5
Test mode end
3 Initialize the Focus Sweep Setting Purpose: To set the sweep which was correct with the individual Traverse mechanism.
Turn on the Player
Note: Be sure to perform this step when replaced the Pickup or Traverse mechanism.
7. GENERAL INFORMATION
7.1.1 TEST MODE Test Mode Functional Specification
1 Test mode entry
In the power ON state, press the [ESC] (A8-5F) key and [TEST / RANDOM] (A8-5E) key in order of the Test mode remote control unit. Light the all FL and LEDs, and goes out the FL and LEDs when pressing the keys of something. OSD displays test mode. Refer to the "7.1.2 DISPLAY SPECIFICATION OF THE TEST MODE".
2 Release the Test mode
Turn off the power. Press the [ESC] (A8-5F) key of the remote control unit and reset it.
3 Tray open / close
Press the [REPEAT A-B] (A8 - 48) key of the remote control unit. Press the [OPEN / CLOSE] key of the main unit from the stop state.
4 Playback stop
1. Press the [REPEAT] (A8 - 44) key of the remote control unit from the playback state. 2. Press the [STOP] key of the remote control unit or main unit from the playback state. (Playback stops, but the loaded disc keeps rotating.)
Remote Control Remote Key Name Control Code
CLEAR (1) 5 (1) 5 (1) 8 REPEAT A REPEAT B STEP FWD STEP REV AUDIO SUBTITLE ANGLE R_SKIP F_SKIP KD_ENTER CX (1) STEREO (1) ZOOM < X3 (1) CHP/TIM (1) CHAP (1) +10 (1) SIDE A (1) Numbers (1) PLAY (1) AUDIO (1) Numbers (1) A8-45 A8-05 A8-05 AF-A2 AF-A3 AF-A4 AF-A5 AF-A6 AF-A7 AF-A8 AF-E8 AF-E4 AF-B7 AF-B8 AF-BE AF-36 AF-B5 A3-9D A3-9C AF-EF A8-0E A8-4A AF-37 A8-59 A8-13 A8-40 A8-1F AF-A9 AF-A0 A8-4D A8-00 to A8-09 A8-17 A8-1E A8-01 to A8-08
Service mode indication (ESC + CHP/TIM keys)
ID Address The error rate is always displayed in exponential notation, e.g.,. e - , for both DVDs and CDs. EDC/ID/AV 1 error history (ID Address, EDC/ID/AV 1 Error, last eight errors) Self-diagnosis functions (If a mechanical error has occurred, the mechanical-error history is also displayed.)
1 : Test mode remote control unit
Calculation of the average error rate (ESC + "5" [Test mode remote control unit] keys)
The average of the last eight error rates is calculated and indicated in exponential notation. After the calculation is completed, "OK" or "NG" is displayed. If "NG" is displayed, the disc tray will open (for both DVDs and CDs) For DVDs: OK with 5.0e-4 or less, for CDs: OK with 7.6e-3 or less
Indication of model information (ESC + CHAP keys)
The items from 12 to 19 of the TEST MODE Indications are displayed. However, in the indications, S in the standard test mode is changed to B.E VERSION, and M is changed to F.E VERSION. For details, see 7.1.4.
Change of the background colors (ESC + "+10" [Test mode remote control unit] keys)
Every time the keys are pressed, the background color is changed between blue and green alternately. (The green background is used in SETUP NAVIGATOR.)
Region confirmation mode (ESC + AUDIO [Test mode remote control unit] + "1"-"8" [Test mode remote control unit] keys)
After you press the AUDIO key while holding the ESC key pressed and then input the region number, if the number is different from that set in the unit, an error message is displayed, and the tray opens.
7.1.4 SPECIFICATION OF MODEL INFORMATION DISPLAY
To display model information : Press the ESC key then the CHAP key. To close the model information display : Press the ESC key.
Character in bold : Item name : Information display
1 Model name Display it according to model information set from the FL controller. 2 Destination indication Display it according to model information set from the FL controller. 3 Region No. 4 Part number 5 ROM version 6 Flash size 7 FL controller version 8 CHIP VERSION Version of ST CHIP CUT ID / JTAG ID (two columns) (eight columns) 9 B.E VERSION Version of BACK END (version of ST core software). / softwareVersion. softwareRevision / buildNumber 0 F.E VERSION Version of FRONT END (version of mechanism controller CHIP software) / MainVersion / Kinds of firmware RAM or ROM - Remote control code = Key code of Main unit
Stepping move error
0 x 44 Stepping could not move
STEPPING TIMEOUT (0 x 5) Stepping on timeout Stepping off timeout Stepping lost timeout 0 x 51 Did timeout at stepping on 0 x 52 Did timeout at stepping off 0 x 53 Did timeout at stepping backup Do move to inner and outer periphery 1. Stepping motor of the stepping in the test mode? 2. Inside switch Do indicate "S-04" at the most inner 3. Driver periphery of the stepping?
Stepping move timeout
0 x 54 Did timeout at stepping movement
Error Name SPINDLE ERROR (0 x 6) Spindle on error Spindle off error Spindle lost error Spindle CAV error Spindle CLV error SPINDLE TIMEOUT (0 x 7) Spindle on timeout Spindle off timeout
Possibility of Trouble
0 x 61 Spindle on could not be completed 0 x 62 Spindle off could not be completed 0 x 63 Spindle lost control 0 x 64 CAV on could not be completed 0 x 65 CLV on could not be completed 0 x 71 Did timeout at spindle on 0 x 72 Did timeout at spindle stop 0 x 73 Did timeout at spindle backup Are not there a dirt or a scratch in the Disc? Is FG output from the driver? Is spindle rotating? Is FG output from the driver? Is the PDM output from L6315? 1. Spindle motor 2. Spindle driver 1. Spindle motor 2. Spindle driver 3. Front End IC
Spindle lost timeout
Spindle CAV timeout Spindle CLV timeout ACQUISITION ERROR (0 x 8) PLL lost error ACQUISITION TIMEOUT (0 x 9) PLL lost timeout DECODER ERROR (0 x a)
0 x 74 Did timeout at CAV on 0 x 75 Did timeout at CLV on
0 x 83 PLL is lost
Are not there a dirt or a scratch in the Disc? Are not there a dirt or a scratch in the Disc? Are not there a dirt or a scratch in the Disc? Are not there a dirt or a scratch in the Disc?
1. Pickup 2. Front End IC 1. Pickup 2. Front End IC 1. Pickup 2. Front End IC 1. Pickup 2. Front End IC 1. SRAM 2. Front End IC 3. Front End-SRAM bus line 1. software runaway 3. Software bug
0 x 93 Did timeout at PLL backup
ID lost error DECODER TIMEOUT (0 x b) ID lost timeout DEVICE ERROR (0 x d) SRAM error FAILSAFE (0 x e) Unexpected error
0 x a3 ID is not readable
Did timeout at ID backup
0 x d1 Cannot access SRAM
Power supply of SRAM Is not bus line short-circuiting?
The unit cannot be turned on.
The AC pulse is not input. The oscillation circuit of the microcomputer does not function. If the Function is DVD, the voltage of the VDET input (Pin 17) is either 0.5 Vdd* or less or 0.85 Vdd* or more. The voltage of the PROTECT input (Pin 22) is 0.71 Vdd* or less.
The unit shuts itself off soon after it is turned on.
DVD does not operate at all. Time is not displayed in FL display during DVD function.
Communication with the DVD microcomputer has not been established.
All operation keys are disabled.
The unit recognizes that an operation key has already been pressed.
* Vdd= Approx. 5V (depending on the unit) ex.) 0.85Vdd= 0.(V) = 4.25 (V)
No. Symptoms Diagnosis Contents Possible Defective Points
An opening screen is not Is the level at both IC5501-pin 93 (XDVDRST) and pin 1(DVD ON/OFF) com (CONTROL IC5501) displayed on the monitor on the CONTROL Assy "H" ? (The FL display lights. The Check the voltage of CN901-pin 28 and 29 (VPR+8) on the DVDM mechanism does not work.) DVDM Assy CN901 Assy. Check that the following voltages are output : IC411-pin 3 : 1.8V, IC421-pin 3 : 1.8V and IC431-pin 1 : 5V on the DVDM Assy Are resonators (27MHz, 20MHz) on the DVDM Assy oscillating ? Refer to contents of an FE error displayed on the FL display. (SRAM defectiveness, I2C communication line defectiveness, etc.) 1 Each regulator on the DVDM Assy Crystal resonator (DVDM Assy X601 and X301) FRONT END IC (DVDM IC301)
Is a signal input into IC601-pin 132 (CE3) on the DVDM Assy ? (Is a signal fluctuating for several seconds after the power is turned on ?) BACK END IC (DVDM IC601) Communication with flash ROM Flash ROM (DVDM IC603) Are the signals input into IC602-pin 16 (SMIWE), pin 19 (SMICS0) 64M SDRAM (DVDM IC602) and pin 38 (SMICLK) on the DVDM Assy ? (Is a signal fluctuating ?) Communication with flash ROM BACK END IC (DVDM IC601) Is a signal output from IC603-pin 28 (CPU_OE) on the DVDM Assy? (Is a signal fluctuating for several seconds after the power is turned on ?) Flash ROM (DVDM IC603) Is a signal input into IC5501-pin 67 (DVDACK) on the CONTROL Assy ? (Is a signal fluctuating ?) Is a signal output from IC5501-pin 29 and 30 (SYS_1, 2) on the AF Assy ? (Is a signal fluctuating in the range of 0-5V ?) com (CONTROL IC5501)
com (CONTROL IC5501)
com (AF IC5501) BACK END Are the signals output from IC5501-pin 23, 24 and 25 on the CONTROL IC (DVDM IC601) Assy? (in the range of 0-5V) communication line An opening screen is not Check the video signal path between BACK END IC (DVDM IC601) and DVDM Assy displayed on the monitor Video circuit (The FL display lights. The video-out terminal after BACK END IC (IC601) (see the block diagram) mechanism does not work.) A tray cannot be opened. (An opening screen is displayed on the monitor) Are wires of CN103 on the DVDM Assy disconnected or damaged ? Connector / wire LOADING SW (LOAB S101) BACK END IC (DVDM IC601)
Is a LOAD-DRVC signal reaching ? Does the voltage of CN105 pin 1 change by pressing the Inside switch.
Symptoms Playback impossible (no focusing)
Diagnosis Contents Are the signals output from IC101-pin 34 (F_DRV) and pin 35 (F_RTN) on the DVDM Assy ? Does 650-nm LD emit light ? Does a pickup lens move up / down ? Does an actuator spring bend ?
Possible Defective Points FTS Driver IC (DVDM IC101)
Pickup Mechanism section Flexible cable / connector
Are plastic parts damaged? Or is a shaft detached? Is the turntable detached or tilted? Is flexible cable of CN101 on the DVDM Assy disconnected or damaged ?
Playback impossible (Spindle does not turn)
Is signal output from IC301-pin 33 (FACT) on the DVDM Assy ? (Device control of about 2.6 V is output usually. It is fluctuated by about FRONT END IC (DVDM IC301) 100 mV with focus up / down.) Are the signals output from IC101-pin 12 (A3), pin 13 (A2) and pin 14 (A1) on the DVDM Assy ? Is pin 41 fixed LOW and is pin 38 fixed HIGH ? Is there any part detached from the spindle motor? Or Is there any foreign object lodged in it? Are wires of CN105 (DVDM Assy) disconnected or damaged ? Is signal output from IC301-pin 44 (SPDL_PDM) on the DVDM Assy ? Playback impossible (Playback stops) FTS Driver IC (DVDM IC101) Mechanism section (Spindle motor) Flexible cable / connector
FRONT END IC (DVDM IC301) 650-nm LD deteriorated. Does 650-nm LD deteriorate ? If the voltage at both ends of R201 on the DVDM Assy is 0.7 V or more, (When playback of a DVD is impossible) the 650-nm LD is definitely deteriorated. 780-nm LD deteriorated. Does 780-nm LD deteriorate ? If the voltage at both ends of R211 on the DVDM Assy is 1.5 V or more, (When playback of CD is impossible) the 780-nm LD is definitely deteriorated. Is there abnormality in FG waveform ? Are there scratches or dirt on the disc ? FG output : FTS Driver IC (DVDM IC101) Disc Disc Disc
Picture disturbance during playback (block noise, freeze, other) No sound (Picture is normal)
Are there scratches or dirt on the disc ? Is there a problem with the format of the disc?
Is signal output from DOUT signal (CN901-pin 21) on the DVDM Assy ? DVDM CN901-pin 21
7.1.9 DSP TROUBLE SHOOTING
When a sound is not out in the surround mode with the digital signal input. Suppose C,R parts to be poor contact and that is not damaged. This shows failure analysis of DSP Assy.
Microcomputer IC (PDC104A) (CONTROL Assy : IC5501)
The inputs to Pins 15 and 16 are inspected and the model identification is performed.
Demonstration mode permission Yes
No Whether Demonstration mode is entered or not can be determined by inspecting the backup data. The default setting is "Demonstration mode OK."
Main loop processing
Demonstration mode ?
Yes : Power ON
System power supply on
The level of the POWER terminal (Pin 91) is "H".
DVD microcomputer start-up
Only in DVD function, the level of the DVD RESET terminal (Pin 93) is "H".
The speaker relay is turned on about four seconds after the power is turned on. The level at the RELAY ON/OFF terminal (Pins 34 and 35) are "H." The conditions are different depending on whether the headphones are connected via the Headphones jack, or on the DPS mode. The system mute is released about four seconds after the power is turned on. The level of the SYSMUTE terminal (Pin 94) is "H". Muting is not released in the following cases. When the main volume is 0. When the digital LINE 2 function input signal is not locked, or when the DSP MUTE terminal (Pin 87) is in error.
Demonstration mode or Normal power ON mode
If no pulse is input to the AC terminal (Pin 4) for about 60 msec when the microcomputer is in Memory Backup mode, it will not do any processing. The unit will recover from Memory Backup mode if a reset command is input to the XRESET terminal (Pin 8).
7.1.11 PROTECTION CIRCUIT
If the TIMER LED on the front panel flashes, check the protection circuit. Note: If the protection circuit activates, the unit will not recover for 60 seconds even if the AC power cord is disconnected then reconnected. If you activate Service Test mode, the protection circuit becomes invalid, which makes diagnosis easy. (To activate Service Test mode, while connecting STEST port (IC5501 Pin43) to "+5V", connect AC power cord.) There are three types of operations for the protection circuit, which are indicated on the FL display when Service Test mode is entered: PRTCT WNG: The unit was shut down because of an abnormality in the AMP system. (The PROTECT line operates at the MID level.) PRTCT ERR: The unit was shut down because of a failure in the AMP system. (The PROTECT line operates at the LO level.) DVD PRTECT: The unit was shut down because of a failure in the DVD system. (The VDET line operates at the HI or LO level.)
Conditions for the protect circuit operations
If VFDP is short-circuited to GND, or if the DC electric potential at FL AC1 becomes GND level (in Normal mode: about -27 V) because of a failure in the DC bias circuit of FL AC1, Q114 then Q115 are turned on, and the level of XPROTECT becomes low. The microcomputer detects the XPROTECT level and shuts the power to the unit off.
(1) When VH+(VP+15) is short-circuited to GND As the voltage at Point B becomes almost ground potential, and Q101 (Q103) (E, C, B) then Q102 (Q104) (E, C, B) are turned on, the level of XPROTECT becomes low. The microcomputer detects the XPROTECT level and shuts the power to the unit off. (2) When VH-(VA-12) is short-circuited As the electric potential of VE at Q102 (Q104) (E2, C2, B2) becomes the same as that at VB, Q102 (Q104) (E2, C2, B2) is turned off. Following this, Q101 (Q103) (E2, B2, C2) is turned off, which changes the voltage at Points A and B to a value other than 5 V. Therefore, Q101 (Q103) (E, C, B) then Q102 (Q104) (E, C, B) are turned on, the level of XPROTECT becomes low. (3) When VD+5 is short-circuited The level of the XPROTECT line becomes low. The microcomputer detects the XPROTECT level and shuts the power to the unit off. 2 -2 Short-circuit-detection circuit for the DVD power supply (VP+8)
3 When the FAN connector is disconnected or when rotation of the fan is interrupted
VD+5 VPF+15 R3654 1.8k
to XPROTECT (-com)
Q3652 DTA124TK R3657 33(1/4W) FAN+ D3655 1SS133 FAN D3651-D3654 1SS1334 R3656 22k V-12F
Q3651_1/2 C3652 D3657 47/50 1SS355 RN1901 R3655 8.2k Q3654 2SD2144S
VP+8 D104 1SS355
Q106 DTC124EUA Q107 DTA124EUA TUNER
If no fan is connected between FAN+ and FAN-, or when the fan cannot rotate because of a foreign object caught in the blades, the BASE of Q3652 becomes OPEN, and Q3652 and Q3651-1/2 (E, C, B) are turned off. Then Q3651-2/2 (E2, B2, C2) is turned on, and the level of XPROTECT becomes low. The microcomputer detects the XPROTECT level and shuts the power to the unit off. When FAN+ and FAN- are short-circuited, the electric potential at Point A becomes higher than GND level by the addition of the values at D3656 and D3657. As this value is lower than that at D3658, Q3651 (E, C, B) is turned off, Q3651 (E2, B2, C2) is turned on, and the level of XPROTECT becomes low.
5 Diagnosis of DVDM Assy
Remove the two screws. Remove the two flexible cables. Remove the Loading Mecha. Assy. Reverse the Loading Mecha. Assy.
Remove the three hooks. Remove the two screws. Remove and reverse the DVDM Assy.
Bottom View (Rear side)
Reattatch the CONTROL Assy. Reattatch the front panel section.
10 Arrange the Loading Mecha. Assy and the DVDM Assy as shown in the photo below. 11 Connect the two jig cables.
Ground Line (ChassisDSP Holder(DSP GND))
11 Jig cable (GGD1160)
TRADE 2 Assy
POWER Assy Jig cable (GGD1266)
Spacer Jig cable (GGD1222)
Loading Mecha. Assy (Reverse state)
Removing the Traverse Mecha. Assy-S and Pickup Assy-S
1 Loading Mecha. Assy
Remove the bridge by removing the one screw. Pull out the tray, then remove it by pressing the hook. Short-circuit two points of C and D by soldering. (*1)
Note: After replacement, connect the flexible cable, then remove the soldered joint (open).
Remove the four connectors from the Loading Mecha. Assy. Remove the four screws that secure the Loading Mecha. Assy to the unit.
*1 : To protect from the electrostatic resisting pressure.
Note when reinserting the Tray
When reinserting the Tray, first align the triangle printed on the Loading Base and the pin of the Drive Cam, then insert the Tray.
Front Side Loading Base Triangle
2 Traverse Mecha. Assy-S
Dislodge the flexible cables from their packaged placement.
Flexible cable for the spindle motor
Flexible cable for the pickup Bottom View
Flexible cable for the stepping motor
Remove the four hooks. Remove the Traverse Mecha. Assy-S.
Traverse Mecha. Assy-S
3 Pickup Assy-S
Note: The Pickup Assy-S can be removed without removing the Traverse Mecha. Assy-S. (shown as Step.) Front Side
When playing a VR format DVD-RW discs that was edited on a DVD recorder, the is a trademark of Fuji Photo Film Co. screen may go momentarily black at Ltd. edited points and/or you may see scenes Other formats, including but not limited to the from immediately before the edited point. following, are not playable in this player: This unit cannot record DVD-R/RW discs. DVD-Audio / SACD / DVD-RAM Unfinalized DVD-R/RW discs cannot be DVD-ROM / CD-ROM* played in this player. * Except those that contain MP3, WMA or JPEG. See also Compressed audio compatibility and JPEG file compatibility below. PC-created disc compatibility If you record a disc using a personal DVD-R/RW and CD-R/RW discs (Audio CDs computer, even if it is recorded in a and Video CDs) recorded using a DVD compatible format as listed above, there recorder, CD recorder or personal computer will be cases in which the disc may not be may not be playable on this unit. This may be playable in this machine due to the caused by a number of possibilities, including setting of the application software used to but not limited to: the type of disc used; the create the disc. In these particular type of recording; damage, dirt or condensainstances, check with the software tion on either the disc or the players pick-up publisher for more detailed information. lens. See below for notes about particular software and formats. Check the DVD-R/RW or CD-R/RW software disc boxes for additional compatibility information.
Kodak Picture CD
Before shipping out the product, be sure to clean the following positions by using the prescribed cleaning tools: Position to be cleaned Pickup lenses Cleaning tools Cleaning liquid : GEM1004 Cleaning paper : GED-008
Position to be cleaned Fans
Cleaning tools Cleaning paper : GED-008
8. PANEL FACILITIES
OPEN/CLOSE Press to open/close the disc tray. 2
9 Timer indicator Lights when the wake-up timer is set. 10 Display See Display on page 143 for detailed information. 11 Remote sensor 12 Disc tray
DVD/CD Press to switch to the DVD/CD function. Also press to start/pause/resume playback. Press to stop playback. 5 FM/AM Press to switch to the tuner function, then to toggle between the FM and AM bands. 6 VOLUME buttons Use to adjust the volume. 7 STANDBY/ON Press to switch the systemon or into standby. 8 PHONES jack Headphone jack.
PGM RPT- 1
ATT REC MODE kHz MHz
PRO LOGIC DIGITAL
6 RPT and RPT-1 RPT lights during repeat play. RPT-1 lights during repeat one-track play. 7 RDM Lights during random play. 8 ATT Lights when the input attenuator is active for the currently selected analog input. 9 REC MODE Lights when Rec Mode is active. 10 Timer indicators
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