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michaelas 2:43am on Sunday, September 26th, 2010 
I have owned my Sony CHC-CL5MD for over a year now, and when I first bought it as a 15 year old the 300 price tag was crippling to my bank balence. And silver gives the typical Sony hi-tech edge but manages to keep it simple.
Ajarn 8:28pm on Friday, August 6th, 2010 
The successor to my system! I was slightly dismayed to find my Sony CHC-CL3 disappearing from the marketplace. Prefect Mini System It is a really nice Hi-Fi,I use it everyday,you can play MD,CD,TAPE and record the Radio as well,it is usefel for me. Sony Chccl5md This is a good system with good cd-md recording. The quality of the sound is excelent even withthe long play md recording.
cdang 6:44pm on Thursday, July 8th, 2010 
Having had this Hi-Fi for a year now, i have grown to love it, being a large fan of MD.
Cain 12:08pm on Monday, March 22nd, 2010 
AMAZING! This is a brilliant mini-system with one of the best mini-disc recording facilities i have ever seen!

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4-233-429-12(1)

Compact Hi-Fi Component System

Operating Instructions

CHC-CL5MD

2001 Sony Corporation

Warning
To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose the unit to rain or moisture.
To avoid electrical shock, do not open the cabinet. Refer servicing to qualified personnel only. To prevent fire, do not Cover the ventilation of the apparatus with news papers, table-cloths, curtains, etc. And dont place lighted candles on the apparatus. To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not place vases on the apparatus. Do not install the appliance in a confined space, such as a bookcase or built-in cabinet. This appliance is classified as a CLASS 1 LASER product. The CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT MARKING is located on the rear exterior.
The following caution label is located inside the unit.
Dont throw a battery, dispose it as the injurious wastes.
IN NO EVENT SHALL SELLER BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OF ANY NATURE, OR LOSSES OR EXPENSES RESULTING FROM ANY DEFECTIVE PRODUCT OR THE USE OF ANY PRODUCT.

Table of Contents

Parts Identification
Main unit... 4 Remote Control... 5 Programming CD tracks Programme Play. 11 Using the CD display.. 12 Labelling a CD Disc Memo.. 12

Getting Started

Hooking up the system.. 6 Inserting two R6 (size AA) batteries into the remote. 7 Setting the time... 8 Saving the power in standby mode. 8

MD Play

Loading an MD.. 14 Playing an MD Normal Play/Shuffle Play/ Repeat Play.. 14 Programming MD tracks Programme Play. 15 Using the MD display.. 16
Loading a CD.. 9 Playing a CD Normal Play/Shuffle Play/Repeat Play... 9

MD Recording

Before you start recording.. 16 Recording a CD on an MD CD-MD Normal-Speed Synchro Recording/CD-MD High-Speed Synchro Recording.. 17 Recording a tape on an MD TAPE-MD Synchro Recording. 18 Recording on an MD manually Manual Recording.. 19 Starting recording with 6 seconds of prestored audio data Time Machine Recording. 19 Recording tips... 20 Recording for long times/ Marking track numbers/Smart Space/ Adjusting the recording level

Tape Play

Loading a tape... 37 Playing a tape.. 37

Tape Recording

Recording a CD on a tape CD-TAPE Synchro Recording. 38 Recording an MD on a tape MD-TAPE Synchro Recording. 39 Recording on a tape manually Manual Recording.. 39

Sound Adjustment

Adjusting the sound GROOVE/DBFB.. 40 Selecting the preset music menu. 41

MD Editing

Before you start editing.. 24 Labelling an MD Name Function.. 25 Erasing recordings.. 27 Erase Function/Track Erase Function/All Erase Function/ A-B Erase Function Moving recorded tracks Move Function.. 29 Dividing recorded tracks Divide Function.. 29 Combining recorded tracks Combine Function.. 30 Undoing the last edit Undo Function.. 31 Changing the recorded level after recording S.F Edit Function.. 32

Falling asleep to music Sleep Timer.. 41 Waking up to music Daily Timer.. 42 Timer recording radio programmes. 43

Optional Components

Hooking up the optional components.. 44

Additional Information

Precautions... 45 System limitations of MDs. 47 Troubleshooting.. 48 Self-diagnosis display.. 52 Specifications.. 54

* European model only

Presetting radio stations. 34 Listening to the radio Preset Tuning. 35 Labelling the preset stations Station Name. 36 Using the Radio Data System (RDS)*. 36
The items are arranged in alphabetical order. Refer to the pages indicated in parentheses for details.

Main unit

6 wh 7 wg wf wd ws wa w; ql 0 qa qs qd
BASS/TREBLE wf (40) CD qj (11) CD Z qj (9) CD disc tray qk (9) CD NX qs (9) DIMMER 5 (7) DISPLAY wg (8, 12, 16) Display window 3 ENTER/START ws (17, 38) ENTER/YES 7 (8, 11, 15, 20, 25, 34, 42) FUNCTION qh (9, 14, 17, 25, 37) GROOVE w; (40) MD insertion slot wd (14) MD REC ws (19) MD NX qf (14) MENU/NO 6 (24) MUSIC MENU wf (41)

qhqg qf

BUTTON DESCRIPTIONS
PHONES jack qd PLAY MODE/DIRECTION wa (9, 14, 17, 37) REC MODE ws (20) Remote sensor wh REPEAT ql (10, 14) STEREO/MONO ql (35) SYNCHRO MODE ws (17) Tape deck lid 2 (37) TAPE REC PAUSE/START ws (39) TAPE nN qg (37) TUNER/BAND qa (34) VOLUME 8
?/1 1./> 4 Z9 x0 m/M wf +/ wf

Remote Control

wh wg wf wd ws wa w; ql qk qj

qa qs qd qf qg qh

CHECK 8 (11, 15) CLEAR qs (11, 15) CLOCK/TIMER SELECT 2 (42) CLOCK/TIMER SET 3 (8, 42) DBFB wh (40) DIMMER wd (7) DISC SKIP 9 (10) DISPLAY qk (8, 12, 16) ENTER/YES qa (8, 11, 15, 20, 25, 34, 42) FUNCTION qg (9, 14, 17, 25, 37) GROOVE qh (40) MENU/NO wa (24) MUSIC MENU 6 (41)
NAME EDIT/CHARACTER ws (12, 25, 36) REPEAT 7 (10, 14) SCROLL wg (13, 26) SLEEP 1 (41) SURROUND 5 (40) TUNER/BAND wf (34) VOL +/ qj
@/N q; x q; X q; M qd > qf. ql m w;

Hooking up the system

Perform the following procedure 1 to 4 to hook up your system using the supplied cords and accessories.

AM loop aerial

FM aerial Right speaker Left speaker

You can start playing from the desired track in Normal Play or Programme Play. Turn./> (or press. or > on the remote) until the desired track number appears after step 1. The CD button lights orange when a CD is loaded on the tray. All of the CD button indicators light orange at first, and then turn on/off if the system determines that a CD is not loaded after the CD tray is opened and closed, etc.

Select a track

The play mode cannot be changed while playing a disc.
Find a point in a track Select a CD

Remove a CD

Play repeatedly (Repeat Play)
* You cannot select REPEAT and ALL DISCS SHUFFLE at the same time.

Programming CD tracks

Programme Play
You can make a programme of up to 25 tracks.
6 To programme additional tracks, repeat

steps 3 to 5.

7 Press CD NX (or N on the remote).
repeatedly until PGM appears.
Cancel Press PLAY MODE/DIRECTION Programme Play repeatedly until PGM and SHUFFLE disappear. Check the programme Clear a track from the end Clear a specific track Press CHECK on the remote repeatedly in stop mode. After the last track, Check End appears. Press CLEAR on the remote in stop mode. Press CHECK on the remote repeatedly in stop mode until the number of the track to be erased lights up, then press CLEAR. Perform steps 3 to 5.
3 Press CD to select a CD.
To programme all the tracks on a CD at once, proceed to step 5 with AL displayed.
4 Turn./> (or press. or > on
the remote) until the desired track number appears.
Playing time of the selected track
Add a track to the programme in stop mode
The programme you made remains after Programme Play finishes. To play the same programme again, press CD NX. - -.- - appears when the total CD programme time exceeds 100 minutes, or when you select a CD track whose number is 21 or over.
Selected CD and track number

5 Press ENTER/YES.

The track is programmed. STEP appears, followed by the number of the track in the programmed sequence. The number of the last programmed track or CD1-AL appears, followed by the total playing time of the programme.

Total playing time

Last programmed track number

Using the CD display

Press DISPLAY repeatedly.

Labelling a CD

Disc Memo
You can label up to 50 CDs with titles of up to 20 symbols and characters. Whenever you load a labelled CD, the title appears in the display.
When a CD TEXT disc is loaded, you can check the information recorded on the disc, such as the titles. The display changes cyclically as follows:

During normal play

Elapsed playing time on the current track t Remaining time on the current track t Remaining time on the CD (1 DISC mode) or - -.- - display (ALL DISCS mode) t Track title of the current track* t Clock display t Effect name

In stop mode

You cannot label a CD for which CD-TEXT appears in the display. When labelling CDs for the first time, be sure to erase all disc titles stored in the system memory (see Erasing a disc title on the next page).
CD stopped display t CD disc title* t Total number of tracks and total playing time t Clock display t Effect name
* If a CD that has no title is loaded, nothing appears. When the CD contains more than 20 tracks, CD TEXT is not displayed from track 21 on.
2 Press DISC SKIP on the remote
repeatedly until the desired CD appears.
If SHUFFLE or PGM appears in the display, press PLAY MODE/DIRECTION repeatedly until both disappear.
3 Press NAME EDIT/CHARACTER on the
The cursor starts flashing.
4 Press NAME EDIT/CHARACTER on the
remote to select the desired type of character.
Each time you press the button, the display changes cyclically as follows: (Blank space) t A (Upper cases) t a (Lower cases) t 0 (Numbers) t (Symbols)
5 Turn./> (or press. or > on
the remote) to select the desired character. To enter a blank space

Press M.

To enter a symbol
You can use the following symbols. /,.():!?&+<>_=;#$%@

6 Press M.

The character you selected in step 4 stops flashing and the cursor shifts to the right.
Erasing a disc title 1 Press MENU/NO in stop mode. 2 Turn./> (or press. or > on
the remote) until Name Erase ? appears, then press ENTER/YES.
7 Repeat steps 4 and 5 to complete the
entire title. If you made a mistake
Press m or M until the character you want to change flashes, then repeat steps 4 and 5.

To erase a character

the remote) to select the disc title you want to erase.
Press m or M until the cursor shifts to the character you want to erase, then press CLEAR on the remote while the character is flashing. You cannot insert characters.
The disc title appears scrolling in the display. No Name appears if no disc title is labelled.

4 Press ENTER/YES again.

Complete! appears. To erase all disc titles, press. or > repeatedly until All Erase? appears in step 2, then press ENTER/YES twice.

To cancel erasing

8 Press ENTER/YES to complete the
labelling procedure. To cancel labelling

Press MENU/NO.

Press MENU/NO during steps 1 to 3.
Checking the disc titles 1 Press MENU/NO in stop mode. 2 Turn./> (or press. or > on

Starting recording with 6 seconds of prestored audio data

Time Machine Recording

When recording from an FM or satellite broadcast, the first few seconds of material are often lost due to the time it takes you to ascertain the contents and press the record button. To prevent the loss of this material, the Time Machine Recording feature constantly stores the most recent audio data in a buffer memory. This lets you record the sound from 6 seconds before starting recording, as shown in the illustration below:

Recording tips

Recording for long times
This system has two long time recording modes: LP2 and LP4 (MDLP recording). When recording in LP2 Stereo mode, you can record 2 times the normal recordable time, and in LP4 Stereo mode, you can record 4 times the normal recordable time. In addition, the recordable time for monaural recording is approximately double the stereo recording time. LP4 Stereo mode (4 long time recording mode) achieves a long stereo recording time by use of a special compression system. When placing emphasis on sound quality, Stereo recording or LP2 Stereo recording (2 long time recording mode) is recommended.
To add LP: at the beginning of a track name during MDLP recording
LP: appears when you try to play the track on a system that does not support MDLP mode. This convenient function lets you know at a glance that the track cannot be played back. The factory setting is On.
1 Press FUNCTION repeatedly to switch the

function to MD.

2 Press MENU/NO. 3 Turn./> (or press. or > on
the remote) until Setup ? appears.
1 Press REC MODE repeatedly to select

the recording mode.

the remote) until LP Stamp Off (or LP Stamp On) appears, then press ENTER/ YES.
The display changes cyclically as follows: STEREO REC (Stereo) t LP2 REC (LP2 Stereo) t LP4 REC (LP4 Stereo) t MONO REC (Monaural)
6 Turn./> (or press. or > on
the remote) until LP Stamp On appears, then press ENTER/YES.

2 Start the recording.

The source is recorded in the selected recording mode.

7 Press MENU/NO.

The selected recording mode is kept even after recording has finished, so be sure to check the recording mode before recording. Tracks recorded in MDLP (LP2 or LP4) Stereo mode cannot be played back on a system that does not support MDLP mode. Even if you press REC MODE during recording or recording pause, you cannot change the recording mode. Even if you press REC MODE repeatedly to select MONO, the monitor signal during recording does not become monaural. You cannot use S.F Edit and some other MD edit functions for tracks recorded in MDLP mode. If you press REC MODE repeatedly to select MONO REC, MONO appears.

The recorded LP: is a stamp which appears to indicate that the track cannot be played back when you try to play the track on system that does not support MDLP mode. It does not appear for systems that support MDLP mode. When set to On, LP: is recorded as the track name, so the number of characters that can be input to an MD is reduced. In addition, when you copy a track name with LP: added, LP: is automatically added to the copied track name. If you divide an LP: track using the Divide function, LP: is also added to the latter track.

Marking track numbers

Automatically during recording
Track numbers are automatically marked as on the original source during recording from this systems CD player or components connected to CD DIGITAL IN jack. Use the Level Synchro Recording function to automatically mark track numbers during recording from this systems tuner or components connected to the VIDEO (AUDIO) IN jacks.
At any point during recording
1 Press MD REC to stand by for recording. 2 Press MENU/NO. 3 Turn./> (or press. or > on
the remote) until Setup ? appears, then press ENTER/YES.
the remote) until T.Mark Off (or T.Mark LSync) appears, then press ENTER/YES.
the remote) to select the setting, then press ENTER/YES.

To Select

You can mark track numbers during recording of any source.

After recording

Turn on the Level T.Mark LSync Synchro Recording (factory setting) function Turn off the Level T.Mark Off Synchro Recording function
Use the Divide Function (see Dividing recorded tracks on page 29).
Marking track numbers automatically during recording Level-Synchro Recording
The Level Synchro Recording function is factory set to on, so the track numbers are automatically marked. If LEVEL-SYNC does not appear during recording, turn on the Level Synchro Recording as follows. Track numbers are automatically marked when the input signal is continuously below a certain level for more than two seconds and then exceeds that level.
When you set the Level Synchro Recording function, LEVEL-SYNC lights up.

6 Press MENU/NO.

To continue and record, follow the procedures described on the various recording pages.
You cannot mark track numbers automatically if the sound source to be recorded is noisy (e.g., tapes or radio programmes) or during timer-recording. If you pause recording during CD recording, a track number is recorded at that point. Also, note that the tracks might be recorded as the same single track with a single track number when the same single track of the same CD is recorded repeatedly.

S.Space On (factory setting) S.Space Off
the remote) until Level Adjust ? appears, then press ENTER/YES.
the remote) to adjust the recording level.
The recording level can be adjusted from to +18, in 0.1 dB steps. While monitoring the sound, adjust to the optimum level while making sure that OVER does not appear in the display at the loudest portion.
7 Press ENTER/YES. 8 Press MENU/NO. 9 Press x. 10 When a CD or other sound source is

playing, stop playback.

You can adjust the recording level in 1 dB step by pressing m or M. You can also adjust the recording level during recording. Once adjusted, the recording level is maintained until you adjust it again.

MD Editing After editing

Before you start editing

Before editing

You can edit an MD only when: The MD is recordable. The MD play mode is normal play. Check the following, before editing.
Press Z to remove the MD or press ?/1 (power) to turn off the system.
TOC lights up, or either TOC or STANDBY starts flashing. The TOC is updated and editing is completed.
1 Check the tab of the MD to be edited.
If the MD is protected when you press MENU/NO, C11 and Protected appear alternately and the MD cannot be edited. Slide the tab to close the slot.
MD editing is completed when the MD Table of Contents (TOC) is updated. The TOC is updated when you eject the MD or press ?/1 to turn off the system. Do not pull out the mains lead before updating the TOC (while TOC is lit) or while updating the TOC (while TOC or STANDBY is flashing) to ensure a complete editing.
repeatedly until both PGM and SHUFFLE disappear.
You can edit the MD only in normal play mode. You cannot edit the MD in Shuffle or Programme Play mode.

To cancel the last edit

Use Undo Function to cancel the last edit and restore the contents of the MD to the condition before the edit (see page 31).

To quit while editing

Labelling an MD

Name Function

You can create titles for your recorded MDs and tracks as follows.

During recording

If CD-TEXT lights up or flashes during recording, you can record the CD TEXT information onto the MD as follows: However, the CD TEXT information is not recorded when recording a CD on an MD and a tape at the same time.
If you record on an unrecorded or completely erased (see Erasing all tracks on page 27) MD when CD-TEXT is lit, the CD TEXT information is automatically recorded.

Manually during recording

5 Press M.

When CD-TEXT flashes, press NAME EDIT/CHARACTER on the remote, and then press ENTER/YES on the remote to record the title of the current track.
6 Repeat steps 3 to 5 to complete the
Depending on the disc, the CD TEXT information may not be recorded automatically.
Press m or M until the character you want to change flashes, then repeat steps 3 to 5.

After recording

Use Name Function on this page. You can input a total of approximately 1700 characters for the disc title and track titles on a single MD.
Press CLEAR on the remote while the character is flashing. You cannot insert characters.
7 Press ENTER/YES to complete the

labelling procedure.

To label a track, turn./> (or press. or > on the remote) until the desired track number appears.
You can label a track title during play. The playback repeats until you finish labelling.
2 Press NAME EDIT/CHARACTER on the
Labelling an MD (continued)
Erasing the titles 1 Press MENU/NO in stop mode. 2 Turn./> (or press. or > on
the remote) until Name ? appears, then press ENTER/YES.
Copying a disc or track title
You can copy a labelled disc or track title to use it as a title of another track or the disc title within a disc.
the remote) until Nm Erase ? appears, then press ENTER/YES.
1 Press MENU/NO in stop mode. 2 Turn./> (or press. or > on
the remote) until the desired title to erase appears, then press ENTER/YES.
the remote) until Nm Copy ? appears, then press ENTER/YES.
the remote) to select Disc (when copying the disc title) or the track number with the title you want to copy, then press ENTER/ YES.
To erase all the titles, turn./> (or press. or > on the remote) until Nm All Ers? appears in step 3, then press ENTER/ YES twice.
the remote) to select the copy destination track number or Disc (when copying as the disc title), then press ENTER/YES. When Overwrite ?? appears
The copy destination already has a disc or track title. To continue and copy the title, press ENTER/YES.

Checking the titles

To check the disc titles, press SCROLL on the remote in stop mode. To check the track title, press SCROLL on the remote during play. The title appears scrolling in the display. To stop scrolling, press SCROLL on the remote. Press the button again to resume scrolling.

Erasing recordings

Erase Function
The MD deck lets you erase unwanted tracks quickly and easily. The three options for erasing recordings are: Erasing a single track. (Track Erase) Erasing all tracks. (All Erase) Erasing a portion of a track. (A-B Erase)
2 Press MENU/NO to display Edit
the remote) until Tr Erase ? appears, then press ENTER/YES.

Erasing a single track

Track Erase Function
You can erase a track simply by selecting its track number. When you erase a track, the total number of tracks on the MD decreases by one and all the tracks following the erased one are renumbered. E.g.: Erasing track 2.
Track number 1 Original A tracks Erase track 2

Complete! appears.

Erase??? appears when the track was recorded or edited on another deck and then protected. To erase the track, press ENTER/YES while Erase??? appears.

Erasing all tracks

All Erase Function
You can erase the disc title, all recorded tracks and their titles at once.

After ERASE

the remote) until All Erase? appears, then press ENTER/YES.

All Erase?? appears.

Erasing recordings (continued)
6 While monitoring the sound, turn./
> (or press. or > on the remote) to find the starting point of the portion to be erased (point A).
Erasing a portion of a track

A-B Erase Function

You can specify a portion within a track and erase the portion with ease. You can shift the desired portion by frame*, minute or second intervals.
* 1 frame is 1/86 second.
You can shift the starting point by 1/86 second (1 frame) intervals. To shift the point by second or minute intervals, press m or M so that s or m flashes, then turn./> (or press. or > on the remote).
7 Repeat step 6 until point A is played

correctly.

E.g.: Erasing a portion of track 2.
Point A Track number 1 Original A tracks 1 After A-B ERASE 2 Point B 3
8 Press ENTER/YES if point A is correct.
Point B Set appears and playback for setting the ending point of the portion to be erased (point B) starts.
9 Continue playback until the deck
reaches point B, then press ENTER/ YES.

B(A+C)

A-B Ers and Point B ok? appear alternately and the deck repeats a portion of the few seconds before point A and after point B successively.
2 While playing an MD, press MD NX
(or X on the remote) at the starting point of the portion to be erased (point A).
10 Turn./> (or press. or > on
the remote) to find point B.
The procedure is the same as step 6.

The MD pauses.

11 Press ENTER/YES if point B is correct.
3 Press MENU/NO to display

Edit Menu.

A-B Erase? appears.
4 Press ENTER/YES. 5 Press ENTER/YES again.

Changing the overall recording level
the remote) until S.F Edit? appears, then press ENTER/YES.
the remote) until Tr Level? appears, then press ENTER/YES.
the remote) until the track number you want to change the recording level appears, then press ENTER/YES.
Level 0dB appears in the display.
Fade-in and Fade-out Recording
the remote) to change the Fade-in or Fade-out recording time.
The system plays the portion that will be recorded over using Fade-in or Fade-out Recording. You can set the time at any value between 1.0 second and 12.5 seconds, in 0.1 second steps. You cannot set the time longer than the track.
the remote) until Fade In? or Fade Out? appears, then press ENTER/YES.
The deck starts recording over the existing track. S.F Edit: ** % appears while the track is being recorded. When the recording finishes, Complete! appears in the display for a few seconds.
Time 5.0s appears in the display.
Do not disconnect the mains lead or move the system while recording is in progress. This may damage the recording data preventing recording from being performed properly. Do not use an MD that is damaged or dirty. This may prevent recording data from being recorded properly. Repeatedly changing the recording level results in poor sound quality. The recording level will not return to the exact original level once the recording level has been changed even if it returned to the original level. The recording level cannot be changed while the timer is activated.
Presetting radio stations
You can preset 20 stations for FM and 10 stations for AM.
Complete! appears, and then the station is stored.
7 Repeat steps 1 to 6 to store other
stations. To stop scanning
1 Press TUNER/BAND repeatedly to

select FM or AM.

Press m or M.
To tune in a station with a weak signal
Pressing TUNER/BAND turns on the system.
2 Press and hold m or M until AUTO

appears.

3 Press m or M.
The frequency indication changes and the scanning stops when the system tunes in a station. TUNED and STEREO (for a stereo programme) appear.
Press m or M in step 2. MANUAL appears. Then press m or M repeatedly to tune in the station manually.
To set another station to an existing preset number
4 Press MENU/NO. 5 Turn./> (or press. or > on
the remote) until Memory? appears, then press ENTER/YES.
Start over from step 1. After step 5, turn./ > (or press. or > on the remote) to select the preset number you want to store the other station.
To change the AM tuning interval (except for the European model)
A preset number appears in the display. The stations are stored from preset number 1.

Check the remaining time Change the time to turn off Soundtracks and special listening situations
SLEEP on the remote once. SLEEP on the remote to select the time you want.
Cancel the Sleep SLEEP on the remote repeatedly Timer function until SLEEP OFF appears.

Sound Adjustment/Timer

Cancelling the effect
Do not set to AUTO during Synchro Recording on an MD or a tape.

Waking up to music

Daily Timer
You can wake up to music at a preset time. Make sure you have set the clock (see Setting the time on page 8).
the remote) to select the desired sound source.
The indication changes as follows:
t TUNER y CD PLAY T t TAPE PLAY y MD PLAY T
1 Prepare the sound source you want to
The start time, the stop time, and the sound source appear in turn, before the original display returns.
CD: Place a CD. To start from a specific track, make a programme (see Programming CD tracks on page 11). MD: Insert an MD. To start from a specific track, make a programme (see Programming MD tracks on page 15). Tape: Insert a tape. Radio: Tune in a station (see Listening to the radio on page 35).
9 Press ?/1 to turn off the system.

Check the setting

2 Turn VOLUME (or press VOL+ or on
the remote) to adjust the volume.
Press CLOCK/TIMER SELECT on the remote, then turn./> (or press. or > on the remote) until DAILY SELECT? appears. Then, press ENTER/ YES. Start over from step 1. Press CLOCK/TIMER SELECT on the remote, then turn./> (or press. or > on the remote) until TIMER OFF appears. Then, press ENTER/YES.
3 Press CLOCK/TIMER SET on the
Change the setting Cancel the timer

DAILY SET ? appears.

ON appears and the hour indication flashes.
5 Set the time to start playing.
Turn./> (or press. or > on the remote) to set the hour, then press ENTER/YES. The minute indication flashes. Turn./> (or press. or > on the remote) to set the minute, then press ENTER/YES.
If the system is on about 30 seconds before the preset time, the Daily Timer will not be activated. Do not operate the system from the time the system turns on until the play starts (about 30 seconds before the preset time).
6 Set the time to stop playing following

the procedure in step 5.

Timer recording radio programmes
To timer record, you must first preset the radio station (see Presetting radio stations on page 34) and set the clock (see Setting the time on page 8).
7 Insert a recordable MD or tape.
If you use a partially recorded MD, recording starts after the recorded tracks. If you use a tape, recording starts from the top side. Insert a tape with the side you want to record on facing up.
8 Press ?/1 to turn off the system.
1 Tune in the preset radio station (see

Listening to the radio on page 35).
2 Press CLOCK/TIMER SET on the
the remote) to select either MD REC SET ? or TAPE REC SET ?, then press ENTER/YES.
Press CLOCK/TIMER SELECT on the remote and turn./> (or press. or > on the remote) to select either MD REC or TAPE REC, then press ENTER/YES. Start over from step 1. Press CLOCK/TIMER SELECT on the remote and turn./> (or press. or > on the remote) to select TIMER OFF, then press ENTER/YES.
4 Set the time to start recording.
When you record from the radio, the station name (see Labelling the preset stations on page 36, or frequency when the station is not labelled), the start time and the stop time are automatically recorded on the MD.
5 Set the time to stop recording following

the procedure in step 4.

6 When you record onto an MD, select
STEREO or MONO by turning./> (or pressing. or > on the remote) then press ENTER/YES.
The timer recording settings appear, then the original display returns.
The Smart Space and Level Synchro Recording functions do not operate. Do not operate the system from the time the system turns on until the recording starts (about 30 seconds before the preset time). When you record on a brand new MD, the first 15 seconds are not recorded. If the system is on about 30 seconds before the preset time, the timer-recording will not be activated. The volume is reduced to minimum during recording.
Hooking up the optional components
You can connect a digital or an analogue component to this system. You can also connect a personal computer to the PC LINK connector and operate the system from the personal computer.
To the audio output jacks of an analogue component PC LINK
Make a digital recording from a digital component on an MD* Listen to the connected digital component

Connect a digital cable.

Press FUNCTION repeatedly to switch the function to OPTICAL IN.
Make an analogue Connect the audio cords. recording from an analogue component on an MD or a tape Listen to the connected analogue component Press FUNCTION repeatedly to switch the function to VIDEO.
Operate the system Connect the personal computer from a personal to the PC LINK connector using computer a Sony PC connection kit (option) that supports this system. * When you record on a tape, analogue recording is performed.
To the digital output jack of a digital component

On operation

No Tab

You cannot record the tape because the tab has been removed from the cassette.

No Tape

There is no tape in the tape deck.
You performed a tape operation with the tape deck lid not completely shut.

Laser output

Frequency response
MD deck section System Laser
Sampling frequency Frequency response Tape deck section Recording system Frequency response Wow and flutter
MiniDisc digital audio system Semiconductor laser (=780 nm) Emission duration: continuous 44.1 kHz 20 Hz 20 kHz (0.5 dB) 4-track 2-channel stereo 40 13,000 Hz (3 dB), using Sony TYPE I cassettes 0.15% W. Peak (IEC) 0.1% W. RMS (NAB) 0.2% W. Peak (DIN)
Speaker (SS-SCL5) Speaker system Speaker units Woofer: Tweeter: Nominal impedance
2-way, bass-reflex type 17 cm dia., cone type 5 cm dia., cone type 6 ohms
Tuner section FM stereo, FM/AM superheterodyne tuner FM tuner section Tuning range 87.5 108.0 MHz (50 kHz step) Aerial FM lead aerial Aerial terminals 75 ohms unbalanced Intermediate frequency 10.7 MHz AM tuner section Tuning range European model: 531 1,602 kHz (with the interval set at 9 kHz) Other models: 531 1,602 kHz (with the interval set at 9 kHz) 530 1,710 kHz (with the interval set at 10 kHz) Aerial AM loop aerial External aerial terminals Intermediate frequency 450 kHz
General Power requirements European model: 230 V AC, 50/60 Hz Australian and New Zealand models: V AC, 50/60 Hz Other models: 120 V, 220 V, V AC, 50/60 Hz Adjustable with voltage selector Power consumption European model: 100 watts 0.5 watts (at the Power Saving Mode) Other models: 100 watts Dimensions (w/h/d) incl. projecting parts and controls Amplifier/Tuner/Tape/MD/CD section: Approx. 421 mm Speaker: Approx. 260 mm Mass Amplifier/Tuner/Tape/MD/CD section: Approx. 8.6 kg Speakers: Approx. 3.8 kg net per speaker Supplied accessories Remote (1) R6 (size AA) batteries (2) AM loop aerial (1) FM lead aerial (1) Speaker pads (8)
Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.

Sony Corporation

Printed in Malaysia

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HCD-CL5MD

SERVICE MANUAL

Ver 1.0 2001. 02

AEP Model UK Model E Model Australian Model
HCD-CL5MD is the tuner, deck, CD, MD and amplifier section in CHC-CL5MD.
Model Name Using Similar Mechanism CD SECTION CD Mechanism Type Base Unit Type Optical Pick-up Type Model Name Using Similar Mechanism MD SECTION TAPE DECK SECTION MD Mechanism Type Optical Pick-up Type Model Name Using Similar Mechanism Tape Transport Mechanism Type
NEW CDM63B BU-30BD61 A-MAX.3 HCD-ZX50MD MDM-7B KMS-260B/K1NP NEW TCM-230ASR41CL

SPECIFICATIONS

Amplifier section AEP model: DIN power output (Rated): 40 + 40 watts (6 ohms at 1 kHz, DIN) Continuous RMS power output (Reference): 50 + 50 watts (6 ohms at 1 kHz, 10% THD) Music power output (Reference): 95 + 95 watts (6 ohms at 1 kHz, 10% THD) Other models: DIN power output (Rated): 40 + 40 watts (6 ohms at 1 kHz, DIN) Continuous RMS power output (Reference): 50 + 50 watts (6 ohms at 1 kHz, 10% THD) Inputs VIDEO (AUDIO) IN (phono jacks): voltage 250 mV, impedance 47 kilohms CD DIGITAL IN (Supported sampling frequencies: 32 kHz, 44.1 kHz and 48 kHz) Outputs PHONES (stereo minijack): accepts headphones of 8 ohms or more. SPEAKER: accepts impedance of 6 to 16 ohms. CD player section System Laser Compact disc and digital audio system Semiconductor laser (=780 nm) Emission duration: continuous Max. 44.6 W* * This output is the value measured at a distance of 200 mm from the objective lens surface on the Optical Pick-up Block with 7 mm aperture. 20 Hz 20 kHz (0.5 dB)

Laser output

Frequency response

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MICRO HiFi COMPONENT SYSTEM

9-929-583-11

2001B1600-1 2001.2

Sony Corporation

Audio Entertainment Group General Engineering Dept.
MD deck section System Laser
Sampling frequency Frequency response Tape deck section Recording system Frequency response
MiniDisc digital audio system Semiconductor laser (=780 nm) Emission duration: continuous 44.1 kHz 20 Hz 20 kHz (0.5 dB) 4-track 2-channel stereo 40 13,000 Hz (3 dB), using Sony TYPE I cassettes
Tuner section FM stereo, FM/AM superheterodyne tuner FM tuner section Tuning range 87.5 108.0 MHz (50 kHz step) Aerial FM lead aerial Aerial terminals 75 ohms unbalanced Intermediate frequency 10.7 MHz AM tuner section Tuning range AEP model: 531 1,602 kHz (with the interval set at 9 kHz) Other models: 531 1,602 kHz (with the interval set at 9 kHz) 530 1,710 kHz (with the interval set at 10 kHz) Aerial AM loop aerial External aerial terminals Intermediate frequency 450 kHz
General Power requirements AEP model: 230 V AC, 50/60 Hz Australian and New Zealand models: V AC, 50/60 Hz Other models: 120 V, 220 V, V AC, 50/60 Hz Adjustable with voltage selector Power consumption AEP model: 100 watts 0.5 watts (at the Power Saving Mode) Other models: 100 watts Dimensions (w/h/d) incl. projecting parts and controls Amplifier/Tuner/Tape/MD/CD section: Approx. 421 mm Speaker: Approx. 260 mm Mass Amplifier/Tuner/Tape/MD/CD section: Approx. 8.6kg Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.

SELF-DIAGNOSIS FUNCTION

The self-diagnosis function consists of error codes for customers which are displayed automatically when errors occur, and error codes which show the error history in the test mode during servicing. For details on how to view error codes for the customer, refer to the following box in the instruction manual. For details on how to check error codes during servicing, refer to the following Procedure for using the SelfDiagnosis Function (Error History Display Mode).

Self-diagnosis display

This system has a Self-diagnosis display function to let you know if there is a system malfunction. The display shows a code made up of three letters and a message alternately to show you the problem. To solve the problem refer to the following list. If any problem persists, consult your nearest Sony dealer.

C11/Protected

C13/Read Error
The MD deck cannot read the disc information properly. cRemove the MD once, then insert it again.

C14/Toc Error

The MD deck cannot read the disc information properly. cReplace the MD. cErase all the recorded contents of the MD using the All Erase function (Refer to Operating Instruction on page 27).

C41/Cannot Copy

The MD is protected against erasure. cRemove the MD and slide the tab to close the slot (Refer to Operating Instruction on page 17).

C12/Cannot Copy

You tried to record a CD or MD with a format that the system does not support, such as a CD-ROM. cRemove the disc and turn off the system once, then turn it on again.

C13/REC Error

The sound source is a copy of a commercially available music software, or you tried to record a CD-R (Recordable CD). cThe Serial Copy Management System prevents making a digital copy (Refer to Operating Instruction on page 48). You cannot record a CD-R.

E0001/MEMORY NG

Recording could not be performed properly. cMove the system to a stable place, and start recording over from the beginning. The MD is dirty or scratched, or the MD does not meet the standards. cReplace the MD and start recording over from the beginning.
There is an error in the internal data that the system needs in order to operate. cConsult your nearest Sony dealer.

E0101/LASER NG

There is a problem with the optical pickup. cThe optical pickup may have failed. Consult your nearest Sony dealer.
Procedure for using the Self-Diagnosis Function (Error History Display Mode). Note: Perform the self-diagnosis function in the error history display mode in the test mode. The following describes the least required procedure. Be careful not to enter other modes by mistake. If other modes are entered accidentally, press the MENU/NO button to exit the mode. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Connect the mains lead to the mains while pressing the DIMMER , FUNCTION , and x buttons together, then release the DIMMER, FUNCTION , and x buttons simultaneously. While the test mode is set. [Check] will be displayed. Move./> left and right to display [Service] and press the ENTER/YES button. Move./> left and right to display Err Display. Press the ENTER/YES button to enter the error history mode. op rec tm will be displayed. Select the item to be displayed or executed using./>. Press the REC MODE button to display the selected item. Press the REC MODE button another time to return to step 4. Pressing the MENU/NO button displays Err Display and exits the error history display mode. To exit the test mode, press the REPEAT button. This sets the standby state and ends the test mode.
ITEMS OF ERROR HISTORY MODE ITEMS AND CONTENTS

Table of Error Codes
Error Code 51 Could not load Loading switches combined incorrectly Timed out without reading the top of PTOC Could read top of PTOC, but detected error Timed out without accessing UTOC Timed out without reading UTOC Error in UTOC Could not start playback Error in sector Retry cause generated during normal recording Retried in DRAM overflow Retry occurred during TOC writing Retry aborted during S.F editing Other than access processing, and could not read address. Focus NG occurred and overran. Description
TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. SERVICING NOTES 7 2. GENERAL 9 3. DISASSEMBLY
3-1. Top Panel, Side Panel 11 3-2. Cassette Mechanism 12 3-3. Front Panel 12 3-4. Panel Board 13 3-5. MD Mechanism 13 3-6. Over Light Head (HR901), BD (MD) Board 14 3-7. Holder Assy 14 3-8. Loading Motor Assy (M103) 15 3-9. Sled Motor Assy (M102) 15 3-10. MD Optical Pick-Up (KMS-260B/K1NP) 16 3-11. Spindle Motor Assy 16 3-12. Back Panel, Main Board 17 3-13. Amp Board, Power Transformer 17 3-14. CD Mechanism 18 3-15. Relay Board 18 3-16. CD Base Unit (BU-30BD61) 19 3-17. CD Optical Pick-Up (A-MAX.3) 19 3-18. BD (CD) Board 20 3-19. Driver Board 20 3-20. Fitting Base (Stabilizer) Assy, Tray Assy 21 3-21. Tray Sensor Board 21 3-22. Slider (Loading), Gear (Slider) 22 3-23. Stocker Assy 22 3-24. Disc Sensor Board 23 3-25. IN OUT SW Board 23 3-26. Motor Assy (M721), Motor Board 24 7-2. Block Diagram CD Section 47 MD Section 48 Syscon Section 49 Main Section 50 7-3. Printed Wiring Board Main Section 51 7-4. Schematic Diagram Main Section (1/2) 52 7-5. Schematic Diagram Main Section (2/2) 53 7-6. Schematic Diagram CD Section 54 7-7. Printed Wiring Board CD Section 55 7-8. Schematic Diagram Driver Section 56 7-9. Printed Wiring Board Driver Section 57 7-10. Schematic Diagram MD Section (1/2) 58 7-11. Schematic Diagram MD Section (2/2) 59 7-12. Printed Wiring Board MD Section 60 7-13. Printed Wiring Board Digital Section 61 7-14. Schematic Diagram Digital Section (1/2) 62 7-15. Schematic Diagram Digital Section (2/2) 63 7-16. Schematic Diagram TC Section 64 7-17. Printed Wiring Board TC Section 65 7-18. Schematic Diagram AMP Section 66 7-19. Printed Wiring Board AMP Section 67 7-20. Schematic Diagram Panel Section 68 7-21. Printed Wiring Board Panel Section 69 7-22. Schematic Diagram Trans Section 70 7-23. Printed Wiring Board Trans Section 71 7-24. Schematic Diagram Power Section 72 7-25. Printed Wiring Board Power Section 73 7-26. IC Pin Functions 75 7-27. IC Block Diagrams 85

3-15. RELAY BOARD

1 Flat cable (21 core) (CN792) 3 RELAY board 2 Two Screws (+BTTP M2.6)
3-16. CD BASE UNIT (BU-30BD61)

q; Insulator

9 Cone coil spring qa CD base unit (BU-30BD61) q; Two Insulators 4 Two coil springs (Insulators) 3 Two stoppers 1 Flat cable (22 core) (CN101) 8 Floating screw (DIA.12)
q; Insulator 7 Coil spring (Insulator) 6 Washer 5 Floating screw (PTPWH M2.6)

2 Two screws (BVTP2.6 8)

3-17. CD OPTICAL PICK-UP (A-MAX.3)
3 MD Optical pick-up (A-MAX.3)

1 Flat cable (16 core)

2 Sled shaft

3-18. BD (CD) BOARD

4 Gear (LA)
5 Gear (LB) 1 Flat cable (16 core) (CN102)
3 BD (CD) board 2 Remove the solder (four portions).

3-19. DRIVER BOARD

3 DRIVER board 1 Connector (CN703)

1 Connector (CN704)

1 Connector (CN702)
2 Screw (BTTP M2.6) 2 Screw (BTTP M2.6) 1 Connector (CN705)
3-20. FITTING BASE (STABILIZER) ASSY, TRAY ASSY
1 Two screws (+BTTP M2.6) 4 Fitting base (STABILIZER) assy
Two screws (+BTTP M2.6) 5 Tray assy
3 Three bosses 3 Three bosses

3-21. TRAY SENSOR BOARD

6 HOLDER (SENSOR) 2 Two screws (+BTTP M2.6) 5 TRAY SENSOR board
Cam 1 Rotate the cam, and lift up the stocker at the full. 4 Two screws (+BTTP M2.6) Stocker 3
3-22. SLIDER (LOADING), GEAR (SLIDER)
3 Two screws (+BTTP M2.6)

4 Bracket (retainer)

2 Bracket (retainer)

6 Slider (LOADING)

1 Two screws (+BTTP M2.6) 8 Two gears (SLIDER) 7 Two floating screws

5 Floating screw

3-23. STOCKER ASSY

3 Stocker assy

1 Screw (+BTTP M2.6) A
2 Slide the slider (BU.L), slider (BU.R) in the direction of arrow A at the full.

1 Screw (+BTTP M2.6)

3-24. DISC SENSOR BOARD

2 CD base unit assy

DISC SENSOR board

3-25. IN OUT SW BOARD

2 Two screws (+BTTP M2.6) 3 IN OUT SW board
3-26. MOTOR ASSY (M721), MOTOR BOARD

1 Belt

2 Connector (CN702)

Motor board bottom view

7 Motor assy (M721)
4 Two screws (+BTTP M2.6) 5 Motor board

3 Remove two solders.

SECTION 4 TEST MODE
[CD Ship Mode] This mode moves the optical pick-up to the position durable to vibration. Use this mode when returning the set to the customer after repair. Procedure: 1. Press ?/1 button to turn the set ON. 2. Press CD 1 button and FUNCTION button simultaneously. 3. After the STANDBY display blinks six times, a message LOCK is displayed on the fluorescent indicator tube, and the CD ship mode is set. [GC Test Mode] This mode is used to check the software version, FL tube, LED, keyboard and VACS. Procedure: 1. Press three buttons x , DISPLAY , and CD 2 simultaneously. 2. LEDs and fluorescent indicator tube are all turned on. 3. When you want to enter the software version display mode, press CD 1. The model number and destination are displayed. 4. Each time CD 1 is pressed, the display changes starting from MC version, GC version, CD version, CDD version, CDM version, BD version, ST version, TA version, TM version, TC version and MD version in this order, and returns to the model number and destination display. 5. Press CD 2 button, and the key check mode is activated. 6. In the key check mode, the fluorescent indicator tube displays K 0 J 0 V 0. Each time a button is pressed, K 0 value increases. However, once a button is pressed, it is no longer taken into account. V 0 value increases like 1, 2, 3. if rotating VOLUME knob in + direction, or it decreases like 0, 9, 8. if rotating in direction. 7. Also when CD 3 is pressed after lighting of all LEDs and FL tubes, value of VACS appears. 8. To exit from this mode, press three buttons in the same manner as step 1, or disconnect the power cord. [MC Test Mode] This mode is used to check operations of the respective sections of Amplifier, Tuner, CD and Tape. Procedure: 1. Press the ?/1 button to turn on the set. 2. Press the three buttons of x , DISPLAY and CD 3 simultaneously. 3. The VOLUME segment flashes. 4. Every pressing of BASS/TREBLE f changes the displays in the order of GEQ MINtGEQ FLATtGEQ MAX 5. When the VOLUME control knob is turned clockwise even slightly, the sound volume increases to its maximum and a message VOLUME MAX appears for two seconds, then the display returns to the original display. When the VOLUME control knob is turned counter-clockwise even slightly, the sound volume decreases to its minimum and a message VOLUME MIN appears for two seconds, then the display returns to the original display. In the test mode, the default-preset channel is called even when the TUNER is selected and an attempt is made to call the preset channel that has been stored in memory, by operating the Shuttle knob. (It means that the memory is cleared.) When a tape is inserted in Deck B and recording is started, the input source function selects VIDEO automatically. 9.

4-2. SETTING THE TEST MODE
The following are two methods of entering the test mode. Procedure: Connect the mains lead to the mains while pressing the DIMMER , FUNCTION , and x buttons together, then release the DIMMER , FUNCTION , and x buttons simultaneously. When the test mode is set, [Check] will be displayed. Move./> to switch between the following three groups; y Check y Service y Develop y. NOTE: Do not use the test mode in the [Develop] group. If used, the unit may not operate normally. If the [Develop] group is set accidentally, press the MENU/NO button, immediately to exit the [Develop] group.
4-3. EXITING THE TEST MODE
Press the REPEAT button. The disc is ejected when loaded, and Initialize display blinks, and the STANDBY state is set.
4-4. BASIC OPERATIONS OF THE TEST MODE
Operate using the./> , ENTER/YES button, REC MODE button, MENU/NO button.

Function name Function

MENU/NO button ENTER/YES button./> (Left or Right) REC MODE button
Cancel or move to top hierarchy Set Select Set submenu
4-5. SELECTING THE TEST MODE
There are 26 types of test modes as shown below. The groups can be switched by moving./>. After selecting the group to be used, press the ENTER/YES button. After setting a certain group, move the multi-stick to switche between these modes. Refer to Group in the table for details selected. All adjustments and checks during servicing can be performed in the test mode in the Service group. NOTE: Do not use the test mode in the [Develop] group. If used, the unit may not operate normally. If the [Develop] group is set accidentally, press the MENU/NO button, immediately to exit the [Develop] group. Group Display
AUTO CHECK Err Display TEMP ADJUS LDPWR ADJUS Iop Write Iop NV Save EF MO ADJUS EF CD ADJUS FBIAS ADJUS AG Set (MO) AG Set (CD) TEMP CHECK LDPWR CHECK EF MO CHECK EF CD CHECK FBIAS CHECK ScurveCHECK VERIFYMODE DETRK CHECK 0920 CHECK Iop Read Iop Compare ADJ CLEAR INFORMATION CPLAY1MODE CREC 1MODE
C01 C02 C03 C04 C05 C06 C07 C08 C09 C10 C11 C12 C13 C14 C15 C16 C17 C18 C19 C25 C26 C27 C28 C31 C34 C35 Automatic self-diagnosis Error history display, clear

Details

Service
Temperature compensation offset adjustment Laser power adjustment Iop data writing Writes current Iop value in read nonvolatile memory using microprocessor Traverse (MO) adjustment Traverse (CD) adjustment Focus bias adjustment Focus, tracking gain adjustment (MO) Focus, tracking gain adjustment (CD) Temperature compensation offset check Laser power check Traverse (MO) check Traverse (CD) check Focus bias check S-curve check Nonvolatile memory check Detrack check Most circumference check Iop data display Comparison with initial Iop value written in nonvolatile memory Initialization of nonvolatile memory for adjustment values Display of microprocessor version, etc. Continuous playback mode Continuous recording mode

For details of each adjustment mode, refer to 6. Electrical Adjustments. For details of Err Display, refer to Self-Diagnosis Function on page 3. If a different mode has been selected by mistake, press the MENU/NO button, to exit that mode. Modes with (X) in the Mark column are not used for servicing and therefore are not described in detail. If these modes are set accidentally, press the MENU/NO button, to exit the mode immediately.
4-5-1. Operating the Continuous Playback Mode 1. Entering the continuous playback mode 1 Set the disc in the unit. (Whichever recordable discs or discs for playback only are available.) 2 Move./> and display CPLAY1MODE(C34). 3 Press the ENTER/YES button to change the display to CPLAY1MID. 4 When access completes, the display changes to C = AD =. Note : The numbers displayed show you error rates and ADER. 2. Changing the parts to be played back 1 Press the ENTER/YES button during continuous playback to change the display as below. CPLAY1MID t CPLAY1OUT t CPLAY1IN When pressed another time, the parts to be played back can be moved. 2 When access completes, the display changes to C = AD =. Note : The numbers displayed show you error rates and ADER. 3. Ending the continuous playback mode 1 Press the MENU/NO button. The display will change to CPLAY1MODE(C34). 2 To remove the disc, press the Z button. Note : The playback start addresses for IN, MID, and OUT are as follows. IN 40h cluster MID 300h cluster OUT 700h cluster 4-5-2. Operating the Continuous Recording Mode (Use only when performing self-recording/palyback check.) 1. Entering the continuous recording mode 1 Set a recordable disc in the unit. 2 Move./> and display CREC 1MODE (C35). 3 Press the ENTER/YES button to change the display to CREC 1MID. 4 When access completes, the display changes to CREC1 ( ) and REC lights up. Note : The numbers displayed shows you the recording position addresses. 2. Changing the parts to be recorded 1 When the ENTER/YES button is pressed during continuous recording, the display changes as below. CREC 1MID t CREC 1OUT t CREC 1IN When pressed another time, the parts to be recorded can be changed. REC goes off. ) and REC lights up. 2 When access completes, the display changes to CREC 1( Note : The numbers displayed shows you the recording position addresses. 3. Ending the continuous recording mode 1 Press the MENU/NO button. The display changes to CREC 1MODE (C35 ) and REC goes off. 2 To remove the disc, press the Z button. Note 1 : The recording start addresses for IN, MID, and OUT are as follows. IN 40h cluster MID 300h cluster OUT 700h cluster Note 2 : Press the MENU/NO button can be used to stop recording anytime. Note 3 : Do not perform continuous recording for long periods of time above 5 minutes. Note 4 : During continuous recording, be careful not to apply vibration.

Parts to be replaced Adjustment 6-7. Initial setting of adjustment values 6-8. Recording and displaying the Iop information 6-9. Temperature compensation offset adjustment 6-10. Laser power adjustment 6-11. Iop NV Save 6-12. Traverse adjustment 6-13. Focus bias adjustment 6-16. Auto gain control output level adjustment 6-6-4. Auto Check Optical Pick-up IC101 IC102 IC151 IC190 IC195 D101
6-5. USING THE CONTINUOUSLY RECORDED DISC
* This disc is used in focus bias adjustment and error rate check. The following describes how to create a continuous recording disc. 1. Insert a disc (blank disc) commercially available. 2. Move./> and display CREC 1MODE(C35). 3. Press the ENTER/YES button again to display CREC 1MID. Display CREC (0300) and start to recording. 4. Complete recording within 5 minutes. 5. Press the MENU/NO button and stop recording. 6. Press the Z button and remove the disc. The above has been how to create a continuous recorded data for the focus bias adjustment and error rate check. Note : Be careful not to apply vibration during continuous recording.
Checking Procedure: 1. Set the laser power meter on the objective lens of the optical pick-up. (If cannot set properly, press the m or M button and move the optical pick-up.) Connect the digital volt meter to CN105 pin 1 (I+3V) and CN105 pin 2 (IOP). 2. Then, move./> and display LDPWR CHECK (C13). 3. Press the ENTER/YES button once and display LD 0.9 mW $. Check that the reading of the laser power meter become 0.84 to 0.92 mW. 4. Press the ENTER/YES button once more and display LD 7.0 mW $. Check that the reading the laser power meter and digital volt meter satisfy the specified value. Specified Value : Laser power meter reading : 7.0 0.2 mW Digital voltmeter reading : Optical pick-up displayed value 10% (Optical pick-up label)
6-6. CHECKS PRIOR TO REPAIRS
These checks are performed before replacing parts according to approximate specifications to determine the faulty locations. 6-6-1. Temperature Compensation Offset Check When performing adjustments, set the internal temperature and room temperature to 22 to 28C. Checks cannot be performed properly if performed after some time from power ON due to the rise in the temperature of the IC and diode, etc. So, perform the checks again after waiting some time. Checking Procedure: 1. Move./> to display TEMP CHECK(C12). 2. Press the ENTER/YES button. 3. T=@@(##) [OK] should be displayed. If T=@@ (##) [NG] is displayed, it means that the results are bad. (@@ indicates the current value set, and ## indicates the value written in the non-volatile memory.) 6-6-2. Laser Power Check Before checking, check the Iop value of the optical pick-up. (Refer to 6-8. Recording and Displaying Iop Information.) Connection :

Laser power meter

Indication of transistor

E These are omitted.
C Q B E These are omitted.
For printed wiring boards.
Note: X Y a : parts extracted from the component side. : parts extracted from the conductor side. : Through hole. : Pattern from the side which enables seeing.
Caution: Pattern face side: (Side B) Parts face side: (Side A)
Parts on the pattern face side seen from the pattern face are indicated. Parts on the parts face side seen from the parts face are indicated.

7-2. BLOCK DIAGRAMS

Signal Path : CD (DIGITAL)
:DIGITAL IN (OPTICAL) IC551 DIGITAL IN (OPTICAL) +5V IC503 SELECTOR DIN 3

Q102 SW

IC101 DIGITAL SERVO DIGITAL SIGNAL PROC. 8

MD SECTION

OPTICAL PICK-UP BLOCK (A-MAX.3)

VC VCC PD1 PD2 +5V 27 VC

IC103 RF AMP

RFC 26

D OUT 64 RFAC 15 RFDC 28 FE 16 TE RFAC 43 RFDC 39 FE 41 TE 40 SE XTSL 69 SW 12 FEI 17 RFDCI 29 DATA 4 CLOK 6 XLAT 5 DATA CLK XLT 35 CD-DATA 37 CD-CLK 42 XLT CTRL1(1-2) 34 XTSL OPT SEL 56 IC401(1/3) MASTER CONTROL

25 VFC 6 A 7 B 8 C 9 D

I5-10 I1-6 Q101 LD LD DRIVE

10 E 11 F 1 LD

PD VR SW F+ FT+ T-
2 PD IC102 MOTOR/COIL DRIVE 52 VO1(-) 47 VO1(+) 56 VO2(-) 55 VO2(+) 1 VO3(+) IN1+ 35 IN1- 34 IN2+ 32 IN2- 31 IN3+ 27 IN3- 26 IN4R 24 STBY SSTP SQSO 76 SENS FFDR 34 FRDR 31 TFDR XTAI TRDR XTAO 72 M102 SLED MOTOR 29 SFDR 30 SRDR XRST 2 M101 SPINDLE M MOTOR 5 VO4(+) 10 VO4(-) 25 MDP LDON XRST PWM1 PWM2 PWMLDON 43 XRST 28 BU PWM BU PWM BU PWM 3 +3.3V Q103,D101 +3.3V REG. +5V X201 33.8MHz SCLK 8 SCOR 15 SQSO SENS SCLK SCOR 32 SQ-DATA-IN 36 SENS 33 SQ-CLK 19 SCOR

2 VO3(-)

OVER WRITE HEAD DRIVE IC181, Q181, 182

FILTER

15 TX 100 SCTX DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSOR, EFM/ACIRC ENCODER/DECODER, SHOCK PROOF MEMORY CONTROLLER, ATRAC ENCODER/DECODER IC151 (1/2) EFMO FILI PCO
SHOCK PROOF MEMORY CONTROLLER
IC151 (1/2) ADDT SAMPLING RATE CONVERTER DADTI XBCKI LRCKI DADTI XBCKI LRCKI

HR901 OVER WRITE HEAD

EFM/ACIRC ENCODER/DECODER

ATRAC ENCODER/DECODER

DIN0 DIGITAL AUDIO INTERFACE DIN1 DOUT
OPTICAL PICK-UP (KMS-260B/K1NP) I J I J
RF AMP, FOCUS/TRACKING ERROR AMP IC101
54 RF AMP RFO AGCI RF AGC & EQ EQ AUX PEAK TEMP PEAK & BOTTOM BOTM 36 RF 38 57

ASYI RFI COMPARATOR

WBL VC D101 TEMP SENSOR 3 VC B.P.F. 3T 15 TEMPR WBL I C D B A J A E DETECTOR C D E F LD+3V ILCC PD LD

APCREF

DADT 26 XBCK 28 LRCK 27 FSOSCI CLOCK GENERATOR OSCO

X171 90MHz 16 17

49, 48, 50, 51

D-RAM IC152

Signal Path : MD (PLAY)

2, 3, 24, 25

14 TEMPI A B C D

AT AMP I-V AMP

B.P.F. ABCD AMP

Center frequency control voltage input of BPF22, BPF3T, EQ from the CXD2662R Reference voltage output (Not used) Center frequency setting pin for the internal circuit EQ Center frequency setting pin for the internal circuit BPF3T +3V power supply Center frequency setting pin for the internal circuit BPF22 Tracking error signal output to the CXD2662R External capacitor connection pin for the sled error signal LPF Sled error signal output to the CXD2662R FM signal output of ADIP ADIP signal comparator input ADFM is connected with AC coupling External capacitor connection pin for AGC of ADIP ADIP duplex signal output to the CXD2662R I3 signal/temperature signal output to the CXD2662R (Switching with a serial command) Focus error signal output to the CXD2662R Light amount signal output to the CXD2662R RF/ABCD bottom hold signal output to the CXD2662R RF/ABCD peak hold signal output to the CXD2662R RF equalizer output to the CXD2662R External capacitor connection pin for the RF AGC circuit Input to the RF AGC circuit The RF amplifier output is input with AC coupling User comparator output (Not used) User comparator input (Fixed at L) External capacitor pin for cutting the low band of the ADIP amplifier User operation amplifier output (Not used) User operation amplifier inversion input (Fixed at L) RF amplifier output Groove RF signal is input with AC coupling Groove RF signal output
Abbreviation APC: Auto Power Control AGC: Auto Gain Control
IC151 CXD2662R Digital Signal Processor, Digital Servo Signal Processor (BD (MD) BOARD) Pin No. 31 to 36 to Pin Name MNT0 (FOK) MNT1 (SHCK) MNT2 (XBUSY) MNT3 (SLOC) SWDT SCLK XLAT SRDT SENS XRST SQSY DQSY RECP XINT TX OSCI OSCO XTSL DIN0 DIN1 DOUT DADTI LRCKI XBCKI ADDT DADT LRCK XBCK FS256 DVDD A03 to A00 A10 A04 to A08 A11 DVSS XOE XCAS A09 XRAS XWE I/O O O O O I I (S) I (S) O (3) O (3) I (S) O O I O I I O I I I O I I I I O O O O O O O O O O O O O H is output when focus is on Track jump detection signal output to the system control (monitor output) Monitor 2 output to the system control (monitor output) Monitor 3 output to the system control (monitor output) Writing data signal input from the system control Serial clock signal input from the system control Serial latch signal input from the system control Reading data signal output to the system control Internal status (SENSE) output to the system control Reset signal input from the system control L: Reset Subcode Q sync (SCOR) output to the system control L is output every 13.3 msec. Almost all, H is output Digital In U-bit CD format or MD format subcode Q sync (SCOR) output to the system control Laser power switching input from the system control Interrupt status output to the system control Recording data output enable input from the system control System clock input (512Fs=22.5792 MHz) System clock output (512Fs=22.5792 MHz) (Not used) System clock frequency setting L: 45.1584 MHz, H: 22.5792 MHz (Fixed at H) Digital audio input (Optical input) Digital audio input (Optical input) Digital audio output (Optical output) Serial data input LR clock input H : Lch, L : R ch Serial data clock input Data input from the A/D converter Data output to the D/A converter LR clock output for the A/D and D/A converter (44.1 kHz) Bit clock output to the A/D and D/A converter (2.8224 MHz) 11.2896 MHz clock output (Not used) +3V power supply (Digital) DRAM address output DRAM address output (Not used) DRAM address output DRAM address output (Not used) Ground (Digital) Output enable output for DRAM CAS signal output for DRAM Address output for DRAM RAS signal output for DRAM Write enable signal output for DRAM H: Recording, L: Playback Function FOK signal output to the system control (monitor output)

A17 to A9 SEL 3 to 0 WP VCC4 A8 VSS4 A7 to A1 LB D15 to D4 CLIP-SEL IIC BUSY DALOCK LINE-MUTE ADP DOWN D3 to D0 SPDIF-CUT OPT SEL

OP-LEVEL

IC401 M30622MGA-A33FP MASTER CONTROL (MAIN BOARD)
Pin No. Pin Name LED 2 LED 3 LED 4 SIRCS LCD DATA LCD STB LCD SCK N.C. N.C. XC-IN XC-OUT RESET X-OUT VSS X-IN VCC NMI RDS-INT SCOR RDS-DATA ST-MUTING ST-CE ST-DOUT BU PWM 3 ST-DIN BU PWM 2 ST-CLK BU PWM 1 IIC-CLK IIC-DATA N.C. SQ-DATA-IN SQ-CLK XTSL CD-DATA SENS CD-CLK CD-POWER STB LED/CLK DBFB ON/OFF LDON XLT XRST LOAD-IN LOAD-OUT OPEN CLOSE T-SENS1 T-SENS2 T-SENS3 I/O O O O I O O O I O I O I I I I O O O O I O O O O O I O O O I O O O O O O O O O I I I I I LED control signal output LED control signal output LED control signal output Remote control receiver data signal input LCD DATA signal output LCD STB signal output LCD SCK signal output Connected to ground Connected to ground Sub clock input Sub clock output System reset input Main system clock output Ground Main system clock input Power supply (+5V) Not used (connected to Vcc) RDS interrupt signal input CD Q-data signal input RDS data signal input Tuner muting signal output Tuner chip enable output Tuner data signal output BU PWM 3 signal output Tuner data signal input BU PWM 2 signal output Tuner clock signal output BU PWM 1 signal output IIC SCL output IIC SDA output Not used CD SQ data input CD SQ clock output XTSL signsl output for IC101 CD data signal output BD condition signal input CD clock signal output CD power control signal output (H=ON,L=OFF) Standby LED ON/OFF signal output/Test point (clock check) DBFB control signal output (L=ON,H=OFF) LDON signsl output for IC103 CD LAT signal output CD reset signal output Loading motor control signal output Loading motor control signal output Tray open detect signal input Tray close detect signal input CD table detect signal input CD table detect signal input CD table detect signal input Description

Pin No. 99 100

Pin Name FAN CNT DISC-SENS B TRG AMS-IN CAPM-CNT1 OPT SEL B PLAY TC-MUTING R/PB/PAS TC LID REC-MUTING VCC SOFT-TEST VSS BIAS MD/VIDEO DA-MUTING ALC TC-RELAY HEAD PHONE DETECT LINE-MUTING STK-POWER DISPLAYKEY POWER KEY PC_POWER MDM POWER BACK LIGHT VOL B VOL A STBY-RELAY AMP-DATA AMP-LAT AMP-CLK FRONT-RELAY N.C. PROTECT STEREO TUNED LED 1 B-SHUT B HALF/REC MODEL -IN SPEC-IN KEY2 KEY1 AVSS KEY0 VREF AVCC AC-CUT

I/O O I O I O O I O I I O O O O O O O I O O I I I O O I I O O O O O I I I O I I I I I I I O I Fan control signal output

Description

Detection input signal from DISC SENSOR BOARD B deck trigger control signal output AMS signal input (L=ON,H=OFF) Capstan motor REV/FWD/STOP control signal output Optical select signal output B deck play detect signal input Tape deck line muting signal output (H=ON,L=OFF) REC/PB/PAS select signal input (L=REC,Z=PB,H=PAS) TC lid detect signal input REC MUTING ON/OFF signal output (L=ON,H=OFF) Power supply (+5V) Test point (soft check out) Ground BIAS ON/OFF signal output (H=ON,L=OFF) Not used DA muting control signal output ALC ON/OFF signal output (L=ON,H=OFF) Tape deck relay ON/OFF signal output (H=ON,L=OFF) HEAD PHONE detect signal input LINE muting ON/OFF signal output (H=ON,L=OFF) Power amplifier ON/OFF signal output (H=ON,L=OFF) Display key detect signal input Power key detect signal input PC power detect signal from PC LINK MD P-DOWN control signal output Back light LED control signal output Volume signal input from rotary encoder Volume signal input from rotary encoder Standby relay ON/OFF signal output DATA signal output for sound processor LAT signal output for sound processor CLK signal output for sound processor Front speaker relay ON/OFF signal output (H=ON,L=OFF) Not used Speaker protect ON/OFF signal input (L=ON,H=OFF) STEREO detect signal input (L=ON,H=OFF) TUNED detect signal input (L=ON,H=OFF) LED control signal output B deck reel pulse signal input B deck half detect signal input MODEL input Version select input Key input signal from function key Key input signal from function key Analog ground Key input signal from function key Analog reference voltage Analog power supply AC_CUT ON/OFF check (L=ON,H=OFF)

7-27. IC BLOCK DIAGRAMS

MAIN BOARD IC502 M62016L IC552 P82B715TD.118

COM + COM +

INTERRUPT SIGNAL GENERATING BLOCK

BUFFER

RESET SIGNAL GENERATING BLOCK

3 RESET

M62428AFP600C

REF AMP +

42 AGND 41 VREFO + MIC AMP 40 MIC IN AGND 39 IN2A BUFF AMP2

VREFI SUR R SUR C IN1A

SURROUND SW 3
4 IN1B 5 IN1C 6 IN1D 7 REC OUT1 INBAS9

BUFF AMP1

MIX AMP1

MIX AMP2

BASS AMP1

NFBASFBAS1 11

FTRE1 12
TONE OUTVOL INFBBNFBBBB AMP1

TONE AMP1 BASS BOOST SW

TONE AMP2 BASS BOOST SW

FIN AMP1

FIN AMP2
INBBOUTDGND 19 LATCH 20 DATA 21 CPU INTERFACE

+ BASS AMP2 BB AMP2

DIGITAL

Remarks 1/10W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W
5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 1% 1% 5% 5% 5%
1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/4 1/4 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W
1-216-296-11 SHORT 1-216-296-11 SHORT < TRANSISTOR >
Q101 Q121 Q122 Q131 Q132 Q133 Q134 Q181 Q182
8-729-403-35 8-729-403-35 8-729-101-07 8-729-026-53 8-729-903-10 8-729-402-93 8-729-402-93 8-729-018-75 8-729-017-65
TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR < RESISTOR >
UN5113-TX UN5113-TX 2SB798-T1DK 2SA1576A-T106-QR FMW1-T-148 UN5214-TX UN5214-TX 2SJ278MYTR 2SK1764KYTR
R101 R102 R103 R104 R105 R106 R107 R108 R109 R110 R111 R112 R113 R114 R115 R116 R117 R118 R119 R120 R121 R122 R123 R124 R125 R126 R127 R128 R129 R130 R131 R132 R133 R134 R135
1-216-829-11 1-216-853-11 1-216-863-11 1-216-853-11 1-216-825-11 1-216-825-11 1-216-825-11 1-216-833-11 1-216-845-11 1-216-845-11 1-216-833-11 1-216-829-11 1-216-833-11 1-216-827-11 1-216-833-11 1-216-839-11 1-216-837-11 1-218-855-11 1-218-863-11 1-218-889-11 1-218-863-11 1-218-855-11 1-216-819-11 1-216-809-11 1-216-815-11 1-216-819-11 1-216-845-11 1-219-724-11 1-216-298-00 1-216-829-11 1-216-833-11 1-216-839-11 1-216-821-11 1-216-821-11 1-216-821-11
METAL CHIP METAL CHIP RES-CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP
4.7K 470K 3.3M 470K 2.2K 2.2K 2.2K 10K 100K 100K 10K 4.7K 10K 3.3K 10K 33K 22K 2.2K 4.7K 56K 4.7K 2.2K 100K 1 2.2 4.7K 10K 33K 1K 1K 1K
5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 0.5% 0.5% 0.5% 0.5% 0.5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 1% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5%
1-216-833-11 METAL CHIP 1-216-864-11 SHORT < SWITCH >

S101 S102 S103 S104 S105

1-762-596-21 1-771-957-11 1-771-956-21 1-771-955-21 1-771-955-21
SWITCH, PUSH (1 KEY) (LIMIT IN SW) SWITCH, PUSH (2 KEY) (REFRECT PROTECT) SWITCH, PUSH (1 KEY) (OUT SW) SWITCH, PUSH (1 KEY) (PLAY SW) SWITCH, PUSH (1 KEY) (REC SW) < VIBRATOR >
X171 1-781-569-21 OSCILLATOR, CRYSTAL 90MHz ************************************************************ A-4476-086-A DIGITAL BOARD, COMPLETE *********************** < CAPACITOR > C1001 C1002 C1003 C1004 C1005 C1006 C1007 C1008 C1009 C1010 C1011 C1012 C1013 C1014 C1015 1-126-934-11 1-163-038-11 1-126-933-11 1-163-038-11 1-126-933-11 1-163-038-11 1-126-933-11 1-163-038-11 1-163-038-11 1-126-933-11 1-163-038-11 1-126-933-11 1-126-933-11 1-163-038-11 1-126-933-11 ELECT CERAMIC CHIP ELECT CERAMIC CHIP ELECT CERAMIC CHIP ELECT CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP ELECT CERAMIC CHIP ELECT ELECT CERAMIC CHIP ELECT 220uF 0.1uF 100uF 0.1uF 100uF 0.1uF 100uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 100uF 0.1uF 100uF 100uF 0.1uF 100uF 20.00% 10V 25V 20.00% 16V 25V 20.00% 16V 25V 20.00% 16V 25V 25V 20.00% 16V 25V 20.00% 16V 20.00% 16V 25V 20.00% 16V

CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON
1K 10K 10K 4.7K 3.3K 2.7K 1.8K 1.2K 1K 1.2K 1K 3.3K 2.7K 1.8K 1.2K 1K 4.7K 1K
5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5%
1/4W F 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W F 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W

F F F F F F F F F F F F

S750 1-762-875-21 SWITCH, KEYBOARD (DOWN) ************************************************************ 1-680-269-11 RELAY BOARD ************ < CONNECTOR > CN792 1-784-873-21 CONNECTOR,FFC(LIF(NON-ZIF))22P CN793 1-793-311-11 CONNECTOR,FFC(LIF(NON-ZIF))25P ************************************************************ 1-679-982-11 RING SW BOARD ************** < RESISTOR > R791 R792 1-249-427-11 CARBON 1-249-425-11 CARBON < SWITCH > S791 1-786-084-11 SWITCH, DETECTION ************************************************************ 1-680-257-11 SUB POWER BOARD ************** < CAPACITOR > 0 C911 C912 C913 C921 1-113-925-11 1-126-768-11 1-124-584-00 1-124-589-11 CERAMIC ELECT ELECT ELECT < CONNECTOR > 0.01uF 2200uF 100uF 47uF 20.00% 20.00% 20% 20% 250V 16V 10V 16V 6.8K 4.7K 5% 5% 1/4W F 1/4W F

F F F F F F F F F

1/4W 1/4W F 1/4W F 1/4W F 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W F 1/4W F
1-249-417-11 CARBON < SWITCH >
S701 S702 S703 S704 S705 S706 S707 S725 S726 S727
1-762-875-21 1-762-875-21 1-762-875-21 1-762-875-21 1-762-875-21 1-473-392-11 1-762-875-21 1-762-875-21 1-762-875-21 1-762-875-21
SWITCH, KEYBOARD (POWER) SWITCH, KEYBOARD (DIMMER) SWITCH, KEYBOARD (MENU/NO) SWITCH, KEYBOARD (ENTER/YES) SWITCH, KEYBOARD (MD EJECT) ENCODER, ROTARY (VOLUME) SWITCH, KEYBOARD (DISPLAY) SWITCH, KEYBOARD (REC MODE) SWITCH, KEYBOARD (REC MD) SWITCH, KEYBOARD (REC TAPE)
1-564-321-00 PIN, CONNECTOR 2P < DIODE >
0 D911 D912 D913 D914 D915
8-719-911-19 8-719-024-99 8-719-024-99 8-719-024-99 8-719-024-99
DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE
1SS133T-72 11ES2-NTA2B 11ES2-NTA2B 11ES2-NTA2B 11ES2-NTA2B

HCD-CL5MD SUB POWER

Ref. No. D921 D922 Part No. Description Remarks Ref. No. Part No. Description < COIL > L301 L351 1-410-780-11 INDUCTOR 1-410-780-11 INDUCTOR < TRANSISTOR > Q301 Q302 Q303 Q304 Q305 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W F 1/4W F 1/4W F 8-729-801-93 8-729-142-46 8-729-142-46 8-729-027-31 8-729-900-53 TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR < RESISTOR > R336 R337 R338 R339 R340 R341 RRR344 R345 R346 R347 R348 R349 R386 R387 R388 R389 R390 R391 R392 R393 R394 R396 R397 R398 C335 C336 C337 C338 C339 C340 C341 C342 C376 C377 C378 C379 C380 C381 C382 C383 C384 1-137-150-11 1-126-961-11 1-130-485-00 1-130-481-00 1-130-481-00 1-130-486-00 1-126-960-11 1-104-664-11 1-164-392-11 1-104-665-11 1-162-953-11 1-130-483-00 1-126-964-11 1-126-965-11 1-137-427-11 MYLAR ELECT MYLAR MYLAR MYLAR MYLAR ELECT ELECT CERAMIC CHIP ELECT CERAMIC CHIP MYLAR ELECT ELECT MYLAR 0.01uF 2.2uF 0.015uF 0.0068uF 0.0068uF 0.018uF 1uF 47uF 390PF 100uF 100PF 0.01uF 10uF 22uF 120PF 330PF 27PF 5.00% 20.00% 5% 5% 5% 10% 20.00% 20.00% 10.00% 20.00% 5% 5% 20.00% 20.00% 5.00% 10% 5% 100V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 16V 50V 10V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 1-216-846-11 1-216-813-11 1-216-837-11 1-216-834-11 1-216-850-11 1-216-813-11 1-216-834-11 1-219-787-17 1-219-787-17 1-216-836-11 1-216-836-11 1-216-830-11 1-216-824-11 1-216-821-11 1-216-846-11 1-216-813-11 1-216-837-11 1-216-834-11 1-216-850-11 1-216-864-11 1-216-834-11 1-216-837-11 1-216-813-11 1-216-829-11 1-216-821-11 METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP FUSIBLE FUSIBLE METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP SHORT METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP 120K 220 22K 12K 270K 220 12K 5.6 5.6 18K 18K 5.6K 1.8K 1K 120K 220 22K 12K 270K 0 12K 22K 220 4.7K 1K 1.8K 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/4W 1/4W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 2SD1387-34-TP 2SC2001TP-LK 2SC2001TP-LK DTA124EKA-T146 DTC114EKA-T146 27MH 27MH 8-719-911-19 DIODE 1SS133T-72 8-719-911-19 DIODE 1SS133T-72 < IC > IC911 8-759-158-62 IC TA78057S < TRANSISTOR > Q911 8-729-119-78 TRANSISTOR < RESISTOR > R911 R912 R921 R922 R923 1-249-429-11 1-249-441-11 1-249-416-11 1-249-416-11 1-249-419-11 CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON < RELAY > 0 RY911 1-755-276-11 RELAY, POWER < TRANSFORMER > 0 T911 1-435-850-11 TRANSFORMER, POWER (AEP,UK) 0 T911 1-435-851-11 TRANSFORMER, POWER (AUS,HK) ************************************************************ A-4476-076-A TC BOARD, COMPLETE ******************* < CAPACITOR > C129 C326 C327 C328 C329 C330 C331 C332 C333 C334 1-126-964-11 1-164-392-11 1-104-665-11 1-162-953-11 1-130-483-00 1-126-964-11 1-126-965-11 1-137-427-11 1-162-961-11 1-162-946-11 ELECT CERAMIC CHIP ELECT CERAMIC CHIP MYLAR ELECT ELECT MYLAR CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP 10uF 390PF 100uF 100PF 0.01uF 10uF 22uF 120PF 330PF 27PF 20.00% 10.00% 20.00% 5% 5% 20.00% 20.00% 5.00% 10% 5% 50V 50V 10V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 10K 100K 1.5K 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 2SC2785TP-HFE

 

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