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Precautions.. 42 Note on MDs...42 System limitations.. 42 Troubleshooting. 44 Self-diagnosis function.. 44 Display messages.. 45 Setup menu table.. 46 Specifications.. 47
The items are arranged in alphabetical order. Refer to the pages indicated in parentheses ( ) for details.
qa qs qd
TIMER GROUP ON/OFF SKIP PHONE LEVEL PC LINK PLAY MODE LEVEL/ REPEAT DISPLAY/CHAR
l AMS L
REC OFF PLAY PHONES
MIN MAX (KEYBOARD)
qj qk ql
AMS wh (15) (20) (25) (35) (39) CLEAR wg (23) (30) (40) Display window wa EJECT A 8 (11) (20) (25) GROUP ON/OFF1) 3 (13) (22) (31) GROUP SKIP1) 4 (13) (22) (31) INPUT ws (11) LEVEL/DISPLAY/CHAR w; (11) (21) (29) MD insertion slot 6 MDLP indicator 7 (14) (21) MENU/NO qs (15) (22) (25) (35) (39)
PC LINK (KEYBOARD)1) qj (39) PHONE LEVEL1) qh (21) PHONES jack1) qg (17) (21) (36) PLAY MODE qk (20) (37) REC MODE ws (14) (22) REC z wf (11) Remote sensor2) 2 REPEAT ql (20) STANDBY indicator 1 (11) (20) TIME1) 5 (17) (21) TIMER1) qf (37) YES qd (15) (23) (25) (35) (39)
?/(11) (20) (25) H 9 (11) (20) (37) (40) X 0 (11) (20) (39) (40) x qa (11) (20) (25) (37) (40) m/M wd (20) (26) (40) 1) 2) MDS-JE770 only. MDS-JE770 only. For MDSJE470, the remote sensor is located on the display window.
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AyB qs (20) CD PLAYER./>1) ql CD-SYNCHRO STANDBY 7 (19) CD-SYNCHRO START 7 (19) CD-SYNCHRO STOP 7 (19) CLEAR 6 (23) (30) (40) DISPLAY ws (11) (21) FADER 3 (36) GROUP ON/OFF2) ql (13) (22) (31) GROUP SKIP2) ql (13) (22) (31) INPUT wd (11) Letter/number buttons 5 (30) LEVEL +/ qa (16) (21) MENU/NO w; (15) (22) (25) (35) (39) MUSIC SYNC 8 (18) (34) NAME EDIT/SELECT wa (30) PLAY MODE 2 (20) (37) REC MODE wd (14) (22) REPEAT qd (20) SCROLL ws (21) T.REC qj (18) YES 4 (15) (23) (25) (35) (39)
wd ws wa w;
qj qh qg qf qd
z. m > M x X
?/(11) (20) (25) X 9 (11) (20) (39) (40) x 0 (11) (20) (25) (37) (40) m/M qf (20) (26) (40)./> qg (15) (20) (25) (35) (39) z qh (11) H qk (11) (20) (37) (40) A wf (11) (20) (25) 1) 2) MDS-JE470 only MDS-JE770 only
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Hooking up the audio components
CONTROL A1 AC power cord
to a wall outlet
CD player, DBS tuner
MDs recorded using the Group function of this deck can be used with other system that supports the Group function. However, note that the Group function operations of other system may differ from the operations for this deck.
The Group function setting is stored even if you eject the MD or turn off the deck. When the Group function is activated, tracks which are not registered to a group are not displayed and cannot be played. You cannot change the group order. If you load a disc with group management information written in other than the proper format, the GROUP ON/OFF button flashes. In this case you cannot use the Group function.
Recording into a new group
You can create new groups by CD album or artist, etc.
5 Do steps 6 to 8 of Recording to an MD
on page 11. If Group Full! appears when you press REC z to start recording
1 Do steps 1 to 4 of Recording to an MD
on page 11.
2 Press GROUP ON/OFF.
The GROUP ON/OFF button lights up. Press TIME to display the remaining recordable time.
You cannot start recording because there is insufficient character space for group management. Delete unnecessary characters (disc name or track names) until group recording is possible (see page 31).
3 Press REC z.
New Group flashes and the deck changes to recording pause.
4 Do steps 6 to 8 of Recording to an MD
To continue and record into another new group, press x repeatedly after the recording to display the disc name and the total number of groups, then do steps 3 and 4.
If Group Full! appears when you press REC z to start recording
The recorded track is added to the end of the group. When you newly record a track into an existing group, the track numbers following the newly recorded track may change when the Group function is turned off. If Group Full! appears while recording, track numbers are not marked.
Notes on recording
Press EJECT A to remove the MD or press ?/1 to turn off the deck. TOC or TOC Writing starts flashing. The TOC is updated and recording is completed.
Before disconnecting the AC power cord
The new group is added after any existing groups with tracks registered into them. Up to 99 groups can be registered on a single MD. If Group Full! appears while recording, track numbers are not marked.
Recording into an existing group
You can add tracks to an existing group.
MD recording 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 deck. Do not disconnect the AC power cord before updating the TOC (while TOC is lit) or while updating the TOC (while TOC Writing is flashing) to ensure a complete recording.
Adjusting the recording level
You can adjust the recording level for both analog and digital recordings.
Replaced with a blank of 3 seconds and recording continues
1 Do steps 1 to 5 of Recording to an MD
Auto Cut: When the Smart Space function is on, if there is no sound input for 30 seconds or more, the deck replaces this silence with a blank of about 3 seconds and enters recording pause.
No sound input for 30 seconds or more Off
2 Play the portion of the program source
with the strongest output.
3 Press LEVEL/DISPLAY/CHAR (or
DISPLAY) repeatedly until the level of the input signal appears.
While monitoring the sound, turn AMS (or press LEVEL +/ repeatedly) to raise the recording level to its highest level without turning on the two rightmost indicators on the peak level meters.
Replaced with a blank of 3 seconds and recording pauses
Avoid turning on these indicators
MDS-JE470 While monitoring the sound, turn AMS (or press LEVEL +/ repeatedly) to raise the recording level to its highest level without turning on OVER on the peak level meters.
Checking the remaining recordable time on the MD
For MDS-JE770: Press TIME repeatedly.
While the deck The following information is appears1) Stopped Total number of tracks and total recorded time2) y Total number of tracks and remaining recordable time on the MD3) Track number and recorded time of the current track y Track number and remaining recordable time4) on the MD
5 Stop playing the program source. 6 To start recording, continue from step 7
of Recording to an MD on page 11.
1) 2) 3) 4)
You can adjust the recording level by pressing LEVEL +/ on the remote repeatedly during recording or recording pause. Peak hold function freezes the peak level meters at the highest level reached by the input signal.
1 While the deck is stopped, press MENU/ NO. 2 Turn AMS (or press./> repeatedly) until Setup? appears, then press AMS or YES. 3 Turn AMS (or press./> repeatedly) until P.Hold Off (factory setting) appears, then press AMS or YES. 4 Turn AMS (or press./> repeatedly) to select P.Hold On, then press AMS or YES. 5 Press MENU/NO.
To turn off the Peak Hold Function, select P.Hold Off in step 4 above.
You cannot check the information when the level of the input signal is displayed. Total number of tracks and total recorded time in the group when the Group function is on. Not shown for premasterd discs. Time shown in the display differs depending on the setting of REC MODE.
For MDS-JE470: Press DISPLAY on the remote repeatedly.
For the information in stop mode, see page 22. For the information during recording, see page 11.
Monitoring the input signal (Input Monitor)
You can monitor the selected input signal even when you are not recording it.
1 Press EJECT A to eject the MD. 2 Press INPUT repeatedly to select the
jacks (connector) where the signal you want to monitor is being input.
The recording level can only be increased up to +12.0 dB (for analog recording) or +18.0 dB (for digital recording) (0.0 dB is the factory setting). Therefore, if the output level of the connected component is low, it may not be possible to set the recording level to maximum.
When an analog input is selected
The analog signal input from the ANALOG IN jacks is output to the DIGITAL OUT connector (MDS-JE770 only) after A/D conversion, and then to the ANALOG OUT jacks and PHONES jack (MDS-JE770 only) after D/A conversion. AD DA appears in the display during this time.
When a digital input is selected
3 Press AMS (or T.REC) at the point
where you want to start recording.
The digital signal input from the DIGITAL IN connector is output to the DIGITAL OUT connector (MDS-JE770 only) after passing through the sampling rate converter, and then to the ANALOG OUT jacks and PHONES jack (MDS-JE770 only) after D/A conversion. DA appears in the display during this time.
To stop Input Monitor
Recording starts with the six seconds of prestored data in the buffer memory, then continues recording via the buffer memory thereafter.
Synchro-recording with the audio component of your choice
The Music Synchro-recording allows you to automatically synchronize recording to the MD deck with the playing of the selected program source. The Track Marking Function, however, will differ according to the program source. For details, see Marking track numbers while recording on page 15.
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:
When you press AMS in step 3 End of the source to be recorded Time 6 seconds
Go to the next or Turn AMS1) clockwise (or press > repeatedly). a succeeding track during play Go to a preceding track during play Go to the beginning of the current track during play Go to a specific track while the deck is stopped Find a point in a track Eject the MD Turn AMS counterclockwise (or press. repeatedly). Turn AMS counterclockwise (or press. once).
5 Press H.
The deck starts to play.
6 Adjust the volume on the amplifier.
Turn AMS (or press./> repeatedly) until the track number you want to go to flashes in the display, then press AMS or H. Press down m/M during play2) or play pause3). Release it when you reach the desired point. Press EJECT A after stopping play.
Automatic Music Sensor When you locate a point while monitoring the sound. When you locate by observing the time indication.
To select track number 30 on an MD recorded with 50 tracks, press >10, then 3 and 10/0. To select track number 30 on an MD recorded with 200 tracks, press >10, then 10/0, 3 and 10/0.
The MDLP indicator lights up when you select a track recorded in LP2 or LP4 Stereo mode. To use headphones, connect them to the PHONES jack. Turn PHONE LEVEL to adjust the headphones level (MDS-JE770 only). When Over appears in the display, the MD has reached the end while youre pressing M. Turn AMS counterclockwise (or press.) or press m to go back. You can adjust the analog signal level output to the PHONES jack and the ANALOG OUT jacks (MDSJE770 only).
Using the MD display
Press LEVEL/DISPLAY/CHAR (or DISPLAY) repeatedly.
The display changes cyclically as follows:
During playing MDS-JE770
1 While the deck is playing, press LEVEL/ DISPLAY/CHAR (or DISPLAY) repeatedly until the line output adjustment display appears. 2 Turn AMS (or press LEVEL +/ repeatedly) to adjust the output signal level.
You can use Setup Menu to adjust the analog output level (MDS-JE770 only).
Track number and elapsed time of the current track t The contents of a program (only when PGM lights up) t Disc name and track name1) t Level of the output signal t Pitch t Display Off (For details, see Turning off indications in the display (MDS-JE770 only) below.)
1 While the deck is playing, press MENU/ NO. 2 Turn AMS (or press./> repeatedly) until Setup? appears, then press AMS or YES. 3 Turn AMS (or press./> repeatedly) until Aout appears, then press AMS or YES. 4 Turn AMS (or press LEVEL +/ repeatedly) to adjust the output signal level, then press AMS or YES. 5 Press MENU/NO. Playing a track by entering the track number Press the number button(s) on the remote to enter the track number of the track you want to play.
To enter a track number over 10
Track number and elapsed time of the current track t Track number and remaining time of the current track t Remaining time of all recorded tracks t The contents of a program (only when PGM lights up) t Track name1)
Turning off indications in the display (MDSJE770 only)
When you select Display Off during play, the display turns off. The display turns back on if you press x or X. When you resume play, the display turns off again. To deactivate this function, press LEVEL/DISPLAY/ CHAR (or DISPLAY).
1 Press >10. - equal to the number of digits for the number of tracks recorded on the MD flashes. 2 Enter the corresponding digits. To enter 0, press 10/0 instead.
To check the track name during playing (only when the track name is recorded), press SCROLL on the remote. The track name appears and scrolls. While the track name is scrolling, press the button again to pause scrolling, and again to continue scrolling. (MDS-JE770 only) To check the remaining time, press TIME repeatedly during playing. The display changes cyclically as follows: Track number and elapsed time of the current track t Track number and remaining time of the current track t Remaining time of all recorded tracks2) 1) No Name appears when the disc or track has no name. (MDS-JE770 only) When the Group function is on, the group name and track name are displayed. 2) When the Group function is on, the remaining time of all tracks within the group is displayed.
Playing an MD (continued)
In stop mode MDS-JE770
3 Press PLAY MODE repeatedly until the
mode you want appears.
Select Blank (no PLAY MODE indication) SHUF PGM To play The tracks in the group in the original order. The tracks in the group in random order. The tracks in the group in the order you want (see Creating your own program on page 22).
Total number of tracks, total recorded time and disc name1) t The contents of a program (only when PGM lights up) t Level of the input signal (setting value of the recording level) t Pitch
Total number of tracks and total recorded time t Remaining recordable time2) on the MD (recordable MDs only) t The contents of a program (only when PGM lights up) t Total playing time of the program (only when PGM lights up) t Disc name1)
1) No Name appears when the disc or track has no name. (MDS-JE770 only) When the Group function is on, the disc name and the total number of groups (when no group is selected) or the group name and the total number of tracks and recorded time within the group (when a group is selected) are displayed. Time shown in the display differs depending on the setting of REC MODE.
Changing the contents of the program
While the deck is stopped and PGM lights up, do steps 2 to 4, followed by one of the procedures below:
To Erase a track Do the following: Press m/M repeatedly until the number of the unwanted track flashes, then press CLEAR. Press down CLEAR until all the track numbers disappear. Press m repeatedly until 0 flashes before the first track number, then do steps 5 to 7. Press m/M repeatedly until the track number which will precede the new track flashes. Press AMS to display flashing 0, then do steps 5 to 7. Press M repeatedly until 0 flashes after the last track number, then do steps 5 to 7. Press m/M repeatedly until the number of the track to be changed flashes, then do steps 5 to 7.
Press m/M repeatedly until the wrong track number flashes, then do step 5 above again or press CLEAR to erase the track number. If 0 flashes, press m so that the last track number flashes, then enter a correct number.
Erase all tracks Add a track at the beginning of the program Add a track in the middle of the program
Use >10. For details, see page 21.
6 Repeat step 5 to enter other tracks.
The entered track is added to the location where the 0 flashes. Each time you enter a track, the total program time appears in the display.
7 Press YES.
Complete! appears and the program is completed.
8 Press H.
Program Play starts.
To stop Program Play
Add a track to the end of the program
Replace a track
If you eject the MD, the program will be lost. The display shows - - -. - - when the total playing time of the program exceeds 999 minutes. If you press GROUP ON/OFF to turn on or off the Group function, the program will be lost (MDSJE770 only).
Tips for recording from MDs to tape (MDS-JE770 only)
Inserting blanks between tracks during play (Auto Space)
The MD deck can be set to automatically insert a three-second blank between tracks during play. This function is useful when you are recording from an MD to an analog tape. The three-second blank enables you to use the Multi-AMS function later to locate the beginning of tracks on the tape.
Pausing after each track (Auto Pause)
You can set the MD deck so that it pauses after each track to give you time to locate the next track to be recorded.
repeatedly) until Auto Off appears, then press AMS or YES.
Complete! appears. The track following the erased track starts to play. If the erased track is the last one on the MD, the track preceding the erased track starts to play.
Erasing recordings (continued)
If Erase??? appears in step 4 above, the track has been record-protected on another MD deck. If you still want to erase the track, press AMS or YES again while the indication appears. (MDS-JE770 only) If you erase all the tracks within a group, the group is also erased at the same time as all the tracks within that group.
repeatedly) until A-B Erase? appears, then press AMS or YES.
repeatedly) until the number of the track containing the portion to be erased appears, then press AMS or YES at the starting point of the portion to be erased (point A).
Erasing all the tracks
All Erase Function
Do the procedure below to erase all the tracks, track names, and disc name at once.
-Rehearsal- and Point A ok? alternate in the display and the deck repeatedly plays a few seconds of the track before the point AMS or YES was pressed.
4 While monitoring the sound, turn AMS
(or press./> repeatedly) to locate point A.
repeatedly) until All Erase? appears, then press AMS or YES.
All Erase?? appears in the display.
3 Press AMS or YES.
You can shift the starting point by 1-frame1) intervals (1 frame = 1/86 second). The time indication (minute, second, and frame) of the current point is displayed and the deck plays several seconds of the track to that point repeatedly.
1) During Stereo recording: In Monaural or LP2 Stereo mode: 2-frame intervals In LP4 Stereo mode: 4-frame intervals
If you perform the above operations when the Group function is on, not only the tracks within the group, but all the tracks on the MD will be erased.
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 frame1), minute or second intervals.
1) 1 frame is 1/86 second.
Example: Erasing a portion of track 2. Point A Track number Original tracks Point B
To find a point quickly
Specify a unit (minute, second, or frame) by which the MD is advanced when you turn AMS (or press./> repeatedly). To do this, press m/M in step 4 repeatedly to select minute, second, or frame. The selected unit flashes in the display.
5 Repeat step 4 until you have located
6 Press AMS or YES to enter point A.
Point B set appears and the deck starts playing from point A until the track ends.
7 Continue playing the track or press M
After A-B ERASE
to locate the ending point of the portion to be erased (point B), then press AMS or YES.
Example: Combining track 1 to track 4. Original tracks
Moving recorded tracks
You can use this function to change the order of any track on the disc. When you move tracks, the tracks are automatically renumbered.
Example: Moving track 3 to position 2. Track number 1 Original tracks
repeatedly) until Combine? appears, then press AMS or YES.
repeatedly) until the number of the first track of the two to be combined appears, then press AMS or YES.
The display for selecting a second track appears and the deck plays the portion where joining will occur (the end of the first track and the beginning of the second track following it) repeatedly.
repeatedly) until Move? appears, then press AMS or YES.
repeatedly) until the number of the track to be moved appears, then press AMS or YES.
repeatedly) until the new track position appears, then press AMS or YES.
Complete! appears and the deck starts to play the moved track.
Naming a track or an MD using the controls on the deck
1 While the deck is stopped, playing,
recording, or paused, press MENU/NO.
(MDS-JE770 only) When you move a track to a track number that is registered into a group, the moved track is re-registered into the group containing the move destination track number. In addition, if you move a track that is registered into a group to a track number that is not registered into a group, the group registration of the moved track is released. However, when the Group function is on, you can only move tracks within the selected group.
2 Turn AMS until Nm In? appears, then
press AMS or YES.
While the deck is recording, a flashing cursor appears in the display and you can enter a name for the track being recorded. In this case, go to step 4.
3 Turn AMS until the track number (when
naming a track) or Disc (when naming the MD) flashes, then press AMS or YES.
Naming a track or an MD
You can enter a name for a recorded MD as well as for individual tracks. Names can consist of uppercase and lowercase letters, numbers, and symbols. A total number of about 1,700 characters can be stored for all the names on the MD.
A flashing cursor appears. The deck starts playing and you can name a track while monitoring the sound.
4 Press LEVEL/DISPLAY/CHAR
repeatedly to select the character type.
The following procedure is for entering names when the Group function is off. To name a group, see Naming a group (MDS-JE770 only) on page 31. However, when naming an MD recorded using the Group function, be sure to name the disc with the Group function on so as not to rewrite the group management information by mistake. For details on the group management information, see page 12.
Erasing a group name
Use this function to erase the name of a group.
3 Press MENU/NO.
4 Turn AMS until Nm In? appears, then
5 Turn AMS until Gp ** (selected group
number) flashes, then press AMS or YES.
repeatedly) until Nm Erase? appears, then press AMS or YES. continued
Naming a group (MDS-JE770 only) (continued)
repeatedly) until Gp ** (selected group number) flashes, then press AMS or YES.
To create a group without registering any tracks, turn AMS (or press./> repeatedly) until None appears, then press AMS or YES. Complete! appears for a few seconds and new group is created. You can also register tracks that were recorded on a system that does not support the Group function.
You cannot erase the name of a group that does not have any tracks registered.
Registering recorded tracks into a new group (MDS-JE770 only)
This function allows you to create a new group and register a track or consecutive tracks which are not already registered into that group. You can also create groups without registering any tracks.
You cannot register the same track to multiple groups. If all the tracks on an MD are registered into groups, Assign None appears after step 4 and you cannot register tracks. When creating a group without registering any tracks, you must enter the group name. If you do not enter a group name in step 4, Group ** (group number) appears instead of the group name.
Releasing group registrations (MDS-JE770 only)
These functions allow you to release group registrations simply by specifying the group for which you want to release the registrations. In addition, you can also release the group registrations of all tracks on an MD at once.
2 Press MENU/NO.
repeatedly) until Gp Create? appears, then press AMS or YES.
Releasing a single group
Group Release Function
You can release the group registrations of all tracks within the specified group and erase that group. (However, note that the tracks are not erased.)
4 Do steps 4 to 8 of Naming a track or an
MD using the controls on the deck on page 29 or steps 2 to 5 of Naming a track or an MD using the remote on page 30.
repeatedly) to select the first track you want to register, then press AMS or YES.
group you want to release appears.
6 Turn AMS (or press./>
repeatedly) to select the last track you want to register, then press AMS or YES. (When registering only one track, simply press AMS or YES again without performing any other operations.)
1 While the deck is stopped or playing,
B flashes in the display and the deck performs Fade-out Play or Fade-out Recording for five seconds (factory setting) until the counter reaches 0.0s, then pauses.
repeatedly) until Sleep Off appears in the display, then press AMS or YES.
To Select Turn on Sleep Timer Sleep On1) Turn off Sleep Timer Sleep Off (factory setting) 1) For MDS-JE470, the deck turns off automatically after 60 minutes. Press MENU/ NO.
For MDS-JE770, do the following.
repeatedly) until Sleep 60min appears in the display, then press AMS or YES.
repeatedly) to select the time to be turned off (30min, 60min (factory setting), 90min, or 120min), then press AMS or YES.
5 After you have finished using the timer,
set TIMER on the deck to OFF. Then change the deck to standby mode by plugging the AC power cord of the deck into a wall outlet or set the timer to continuous operation.
7 Press MENU/NO.
You can check the remaining time. Once you turn on Sleep Timer, the remaining time is displayed when you select Sleep in Setup Menu.
If TIMER is left at REC, the deck will automatically start recording the next time you turn on the deck.
Make sure to change the deck to standby mode within a week after timer recording is completed.
Using a timer (MDS-JE770 only)
By connecting a timer (not supplied) to the deck, you can start and stop playing/recording operations at specified times. For further information on connecting the timer or setting the starting and ending times, refer to the instructions that came with the timer.
The TOC on the MD is updated and recorded contents are written to the MD when you turn on the deck. If the recorded contents have disappeared, Initialize flashes when you turn on the deck.
Playing an MD using a timer
2 Press PLAY MODE repeatedly to select
the play mode you want.
It may take about 30 seconds after the deck is turned on until recording starts. When recording at a specified time using the timer, be sure to take this time into account when setting the recording start time. During timer recording, new material is recorded from the end of the recorded portion on the MD. However, when timer recording is set with the Group function on but no group is specified, the material is recorded into a new group.
You can connect or disconnect the keyboard at any time regardless of whether the deck is turned on or off.
Selecting keyboard type
The first time you connect a keyboard, you need to select the keyboard type.
This MD deck is equipped with a special synchronized recording function that uses the CONTROL A1 Control System (see Making a CD Synchrorecording from a Sony CD player connected with a CONTROL A1 cable (MDS-JE770 only) on page 19).
Do not set more than one component to the pause mode.
repeatedly) until Keyboard? appears, then press AMS or YES.
repeatedly) until Type appears, then press AMS or YES. continued
Setting the keyboard (continued)
To use the keyboard with English keyboard layout Japanese keyboard layout 1) Select US (factory setting1)) JP
Operations you may want to do while naming a track or MD
To Cancel the operation Press on the keyboard [Esc]
Switch between uppercase [Caps Lock] and lowercase letters Move the cursor Scroll the name Erase the character at the cursor position Erase the character preceding the cursor
[T] or [t] [Page Up] or [Page Down] [Delete] [Back Space]
You can also recall the factory setting by pressing CLEAR.
6 Press MENU/NO.
Naming a track or MD using the keyboard
If you use a keyboard, you can quickly enter or edit names. While editing a name, you can move the cursor in jumps or scroll the name.
You can name a group while the Group function is on. To name a group, press [Enter] while the deck is stopped with the group you want to name selected in step 1.
Operating the deck using the keyboard
Operations using the keyboard
As the keyboard substitutes for the following functions MENU/NO H X x GROUP SKIP AMS or. AMS or > YES m M CLEAR Press
Shortcut to the naming procedure
1 Press [Enter] while the deck is in one of
the operating modes listed below, depending on what you want to name:
[Esc] [F1] [F2] [F3] [F8] [F10] [F11] [F12] [T] [t] [Delete]
2 Enter a name.
In addition to letter keys, you can also use the keys shown in the following table.
3 Press [Enter].
The whole name appears in the display.
Editing using the keyboard
You can edit the tracks using the following keys. The only keys that can be used for the editing operations below are the independent keys located beside the numeric keys. (You cannot use keys that are operated while holding down the Shift key.)
Operations while the deck is stopped and a track is selected
To Move the track Erase the track1) Combine tracks Press [*]  [+]
If Remove old assign? appears
ANALOG IN Jack type: phono Impedance: 47 kilohms Rated input: 500 mVrms Minimum input: 125 mVrms DIGITAL OPTICAL IN Connector type: square optical Impedance: 660 nm (optical wave length) DIGITAL COAXIAL IN (MDS-JE770 European model only) Jack type: phono Impedance: 75 ohms Rated input: 0.5 Vp-p, 20 %
PHONES (MDS-JE770 only) Jack type: stereo phone Rated output: 28 mW Load impedance: 32 ohms ANALOG OUT Jack type: phono Rated output: 2 Vrms (at 50 kilohms) Load impedance: over 10 kilohms DIGITAL OPTICAL OUT (MDS-JE770 only) Connector type: square optical Rated output: 18 dBm Load impedance: 660 nm (optical wave length)
Sony Corporation Printed in Malaysia
Fig. 1 Reading the Test Mode Display (During recording and stop)
RTs@@c##c*** Fluorescent display tube display @@ : Cause of retry ## : Number of retries *** : Number of retry errors
Fig. 2 Reading the Test Mode Display (During playback)
@@###**$$ Fluorescent display tube display @@ ### ** $$ : : : : Parts No. (name of area named on TOC) Cluster } Address (Physical address on disc) Sector Track mode (Track information such as copyright information of each part)
Reading the Retry Cause Display Higher Bits Hexadecimal 8 Bit Binary 0 Lower Bits 0 0
Hexadecimal 40 80
Cause of Retry shock ader5
Occurring conditions When track jump (shock) is detected When ADER was counted more than five times continuously When DIN unlock is detected When not in focus When ABCD signal level exceeds the specified range When CLV is unlocked When access operation is not performed normally
b7 b6 b5 b4 b3 b2 b1 b0
Discontinuous address When ADIP address is not continuous DIN unlock FCS incorrect IVR rec error CLV unlock Access fault
Reading the Display: Convert the hexadecimal display into binary display. If more than two causes, they will be added. Example When 42 is displayed: Higher bit : 4 = 0100 t b6 Lower bit : 2 = 0010 t b1 In this case, the retry cause is combined of CLV unlock and ader5. When A2 is displayed: Higher bit : A = 1010 t b7+b5 Lower bit : 2 = 0010 t b2 The retry cause in this case is combined of access fault, IVR rec error, and ader5. Reading the Track Mode Display Higher Bits Hexadecimal 8 Bit Binary 0 Lower Bits Hexadecimal When 0 Emphasis OFF Monaural This is 2-bit display. Normally 01. 01:Normal audio. Others:Invalid Audio (Normal) Original Copyright Write prohibited Invalid Digital copy No copyright Write allowed Emphasis ON Stereo Details When 1
Reading the Display: Convert the hexadecimal display into binary display. If more than two causes, they will be added. Example When 84 is displayed: Higher bit : 8 = 1000 t b7 Lower bit : 4 = 0100 t b2 In this case, as b2 and b7 are 1 and others are 0, it can be determined that the retry cause is combined of emphasis OFF, monaural, original, copyright exists, and write allowed. Example When 07 is displayed: Higher bit : 0 = 1000 t All 0 Lower bit : 7 = 0111 t b0+b1+b2 In this case, as b0, b1, and b2 are 1 and others are 0, it can be determined that the retry cause is combined of emphasis ON, stereo, original, copyright exists, and write prohibited.
6 Two screws (+BVTP3x8)
3 Connector (CN400)
2 Wire (flat type) (23core) (CN1)
1 Wire (flat type) (27core) (CN2) 7 MAIN board
5 screw (+BVTP3x8)
3-5. PT BOARD, VOL-SEL BOARD (SP model)
3 Three screws (+PTTWH M3) 5 PT board
1 Connector (CN900) 6 Two screws (+BVTP3x8) (SP model) 2 Connector (CN990) (SP model) 7 VOL-SEL board (SP model) 4 Nylom rivet (dia 3)
3-6. MECHANISM DECK SECTION (MDM-7A)
3 Mechanism deck 2 Two step screws (+BVTTWH M3) 2 Two step screws (+BVTTWH M3)
3-7. OVER LIGHT HEAD (HR901), BD BOARD
Note 1: If you disconnect the connector (CN104), you can remove the BD board without removing the over write head (HR901). Note 2: Be careful to handle the over write head (HR901) because it is easy to be damaged.
2 Screw (P1.7X6)
3 Head, over light (HP901)
4 Remove the solder (four portion)
8 BD board Connector (CN104)
4 Remove the solder (five portion) 5 Two screws (BTP2X6)
7 FLEXIBLE board (CN101)
3-8. HOLDER ASSY
2 Claw Holder ASSY
4 Boss 1 Spring (holder), tension
3-9. LOADING MOTOR ASSY (M103)
1 Belt (loading)
2 Two screws (PWH1.7x2.5)
3 Motor ASSY, loading (M103)
3-10. SLED MOTOR ASSY (M102), SLIDER
5 Remove the claw. Shift the slider in the arrow A direction.
6 Slider 1 Two screws (BTP2X6) 2 Guide (L)
8 Lever (head)
9 Two screws (PWH1.7X2.5) 7 Lever (CHG)
0 Motor ASSY, sled (M102)
3-11. OPTICAL PICK-UP
qa Optical pick-up (KMS-260B/260E) 1 FLEXIBLE board
7 Main shaft
0 SL base
9 Screw (P1.7X6) Two screws (K2X6)
4 Screw (BTP2X6)
5 Base (BU-A)
3 Gear (SD) 2 Screw (M1.7), tapping
3-12. SPINDLE MOTER ASSY (M101)
2 Spindle motor ASSY (M101)
1 Three screws (M1.7), tapping
SECTION 4 TEST MODE
4-1. PRECAUTIONS FOR USE OF TEST MODE
As loading related operations will be performed regardless of the test mode operations being performed, be sure to check that the disc is stopped before setting and removing it. Even if the A EJECT button is pressed while the disc is rotating during continuous playback, continuous recording, etc., the disc will not stop rotating. Therefore, it will be ejected while rotating. Be sure to press the A EJECT button after pressing the MENU/NO button and the rotation of disc is stopped. 4-1-1. Recording laser emission mode and operating buttons Continuous recording mode (CREC 1MODE) (C35) Laser power check mode (LDPWR CHECK) (C13) Laser power adjustment mode (LDPWR ADJUS) (C04) Iop check (Iop Compare) (C27) Iop value nonvolatile writing (Iop NV Save) (C06) Traverse (MO) check (EF MO CHECK) (C14) Traverse (MO) adjustment (EF MO ADJUS) (C07) When pressing the z REC button.
4-6. FUNCTIONS OF OTHER BUTTONS
Function G Contents Sets continuous playback when pressed in the STOP state. When pressed during continuous playback, the tracking servo turns ON/OFF. x M m REC MODE PLAY MODE LEVEL/DISPLAY/CHAR A REPEAT Stops continuous playback and continuous recording. The sled moves to the outer circumference only when this is pressed. The sled moves to the inner circumference only when this is pressed. Switches between the pit and groove modes when pressed. Switches the spindle servo mode (CLV S y CLV A). Switches the displayed contents each time the button is pressed. Ejects the disc. Exits the test mode.
4-7. TEST MODE DISPLAYS
Each time the LEVEL/DISPLAY/CHAR button is pressed, the display changes in the following order. When CPLAY and CREC are started, the display will forcibly be switched to the error rate display as the initial mode. 1. Mode display Displays TEMP ADJUST (C03), CPLAY1MODE (C34), etc. 2. Error rate display Displays the error rate in the following way. C= AD = C = Indicates the C error. AD = Indicates ADER. 3. Address display The address is displayed as follows. (MO:recordable disc, CD:playback only disc) If the REC MODE button is pressed , the display switches from groove to pit or vice versa. s= (MO pit and CD) h= h= a= (MO groove) h = Indicates the header address. s = Indicates the SUBQ address. a = Indicates the ADIP address. Note: is displayed when the address cannnot be read.
Mode display Error rate display Address display Auto gain display (Not used in servicing) Detrack check display (Not used in servicing) IVR display (Not used in servicing) C1 error and Jitter display (Not used in servicing) AD error and Jitter display (Not used in servicing)
4-8. MEANINGS OF OTHER DISPLAYS
Contents Display G X REC SYNC L.SYNC OVER B/1 A-/REP REC MODE DISC/LP2 SLEEP/SHUF MONO Servo ON Tracking servo OFF Recording mode ON CLV low speed mode ABCD adjustment completed Tracking offset cancel ON Tracking auto gain OK Focus auto gain OK Pit High reflection CLV S CLV LOCK Groove Low reflection CLV A CLV UNLOCK Tracking offset cancel OFF When Lit Servo OFF Tracking servo ON Recording mode OFF CLV normal mode When Off
4-9. AUTOMATIC SELF-DIAGNOSIS FUNCTION
This test mode performs CREC and CPLAY automatically for mainly checking the characteristics of the optical pick-up. To perform this test mode, the laser power must first be checked. Perform AUTO CHECK after the laser power check and Iop compare. Procedure 1. Press the YES button. If LDPWR is displayed, it means that the laser power check has not been performed. In this case, perform the laser power check and Iop compare, and then repeat from step 1. 2. If a disc is in the mechanical deck, it will be ejected forcibly. DISC IN will be displayed in this case. Load a test disc (MDW-74/GA-1) which can be recorded. 3. If a disk is loaded at step 2, the check will start automatically. 4. When XX CHECK is displayed, the item corresponding to XX will be performed. When 06 CHECK completes, the disc loaded at step 2 will be ejected. DISC IN will be displayed. Load the check disc (MD) TDYS-1. 5. When the disc is loaded in step 4, the check will automatically be resumed from 07 CHECK. 6. After completing to test item 12, check OK or NG will be displayed. If all items are OK, CHECK ALL OK will be displayed. If any item is NG, it will be displayed as NG:xxxx. When CHECK ALL OK is displayed, it means that the optical pick-up is normal. Check the operations of the other spindle motor, thread motor, etc. When displayed as NG:xxxx, it means that the optical pick-up is faulty. In this case, replace the optical pick-up.
Replace OP NO
OP change in Err Display mode Iop write
Replace the spindle motor NO 5-6-4. Auto Check (See page 29)
Spdl change in Err Display mode
5-2. PRECAUTIONS FOR CHECKING LASER DIODE EMISSION
To check the emission of the laser diode during adjustments, never view directly from the top as this may lose your eye-sight.
5-3. PRECAUTIONS FOR USE OF OPTICAL PICKUP (KMS-260B/260E)
As the laser diode in the optical pick-up is easily damaged by static electricity, solder the laser tap of the flexible board when using it. Before disconnecting the connector, desolder first. Before connecting the connector, be careful not to remove the solder. Also take adequate measures to prevent damage by static electricity. Handle the flexible board with care as it breaks easily.
pick-up flexible board
Optical pick-up flexible board
5-4. PRECAUTIONS FOR ADJUSTMENTS
1) When replacing the following parts, perform the adjustments and checks with in the order shown in the following table. 2) Set the test mode when performing adjustments. After completing the adjustments, exit the test mode. Perform the adjustments and checks in group S of the test mode. 3) Perform the adjustments to be needed in the order shown. 4) Use the following tools and measuring devices. Check Disc (MD) TDYS-1 (Parts No. 4-963-646-01) Test Disk (MDW-74/GA-1) (Parts No. 4-229-747-01) Laser power meter LPM-8001 (Parts No. J-2501-046-A) or MD Laser power meter 8010S (Parts No. J-2501-145-A) Oscilloscope (Measure after performing CAL of prove.) Digital voltmeter Thermometer Jig for checking BD board waveform (Parts No. : J-2501-196-A) 5) When observing several signals on the oscilloscope, etc., make sure that VC and ground do not connect inside the oscilloscope. (VC and ground will become short-circuited.) 6) Using the above jig enables the waveform to be checked without the need to solder. (Refer to Servicing Note on page 6.) 7) As the disc used will affect the adjustment results, make sure that no dusts nor fingerprints are attached to it.
17. Press the YES button and display EF CD CHECK. 18. Press the A EJECT button and remove the check disc (MD) TDYS-1. Note 1 : MO reading data will be erased during if a recorded disc is used in this adjustment. Note 2 : If the traverse waveform is not clear, connect the oscilloscope as shown in the following figure so that it can be seen more clearly.
BD board CN105 pin 4 (TE) CN105 pin 6 (VC)
330 k 10pF
5-6-7. Focus Bias Check Change the focus bias and check the focus tolerance amount. Checking Procedure : 1. Load a continuously recorded test disc (MDW-74/GA-1). (Refer to 5-5. Using the Continuously Recorded Disc.) 2. Rotate the l AMS L knob and display CPLAY1 MODE(C34). 3. Press the YES button and display CPLAY1 MID. 4. Press the MENU/NO button when C = AD = is displayed. 5. Rotate the l AMS L knob and display FBIAS CHECK (C16). 6. Press the YES button and display / c =. The first four digits indicate the C error rate, the two digits after [/] indicate ADER, and the 2 digits after [c =] indicate the focus bias value. Check that the C error is below 20 and ADER is below 2. / b =. 7. Press the YES button and display Check that the C error is below 100 and ADER is below 2. 8. Press the YES button and display / a =. Check that the C error is below 100 and ADER is below 2. 9. Press the MENU/NO button, next press the A EJECT button, and remove the test disc.
5-7. INITIAL SETTING OF ADJUSTMENT VALUE
Note: Mode which sets the adjustment results recorded in the non-volatile memory to the initial setting value. However the results of the temperature compensation offset adjustment will not change to the initial setting value. If initial setting is performed, perform all adjustments again excluding the temperature compensation offset adjustment. For details of the initial setting, refer to 5-4. Precautions on Adjustments and execute the initial setting before the adjustment as required. Setting Procedure : 1. Rotate the l AMS L knob to display ADJCLEAR (C28). 2. Press the YES button. Complete! will be displayed momentarily and initial setting will be executed, after which ADJ CLEAR(C28) will be displayed.
5-9. TEMPERATURE COMPENSATION OFFSET ADJUTMENT
Save the temperature data at that time in the non-volatile memory as 25 C reference data. Note : 1. Usually, do not perform this adjustment. 2. Perform this adjustment in an ambient temperature of 22 C to 28 C. Perform it immediately after the power is turned on when the internal temperature of the unit is the same as the ambient temperature of 22 C to 28 C. 3. When D101 has been replaced, perform this adjustment after the temperature of this part has become the ambient temperature. Adjusting Procedure : 1. Rotate the l AMS L knob and display TEMP ADJUS (C03). 2. Press the YES button and select the TEMP ADJUS(C03) mode. 3. TEMP = [OK] and the current temperature data will be displayed. 4. To save the data, press the YES button. When not saving the data, press the MENU/NO button. 5. When the YES button is pressed, TEMP = SAVE will be displayed and turned back to TEMP ADJUS(C03) display then. When the MENU/NO button is pressed, TEMP ADJUS (C03) will be displayed immediatelly. Specified Value : should be within E0 - EF, F0 - FF, 00 The TEMP = 0F, 10 - 1F and 20 - 2F.
5-17. ADJUSTING POINTS AND CONNECTING POINTS
[BD BOARD] (SIDE A)
[BD BOARD] (SIDE B)
IC101 CN105 1
ICCN27 CN102 1
NOTE:It is useful to use the jig. for checking the waveform. (Refer to Servicing Note on page 6.)
MDS-JE770 SECTION 6 DIAGRAMS
6-1. CIRCUIT BOARDS LOCATION
VOL-SEL board (SP model)
DISPLAY board BD board
Abbreviation SP : Singapore model
THIS NOTE IS COMMON FOR PRINTED WIRING BOARDS AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS. (In addition to this, the necessary note is printed in each block.) For schematic diagrams.
Note: All capacitors are in F unless otherwise noted. pF: F 50 WV or less are not indicated except for electrolytics and tantalums. All resistors are in and 1/4 W or less unless otherwise specified. f : internal component. C : panel designation.
Note: The components identified by mark 0 or dotted line with mark 0 are critical for safety. Replace only with part number specified.
WAVEFORMS BD Board
B C E These are omitted.
1 IC101 ek (RF)
1 IC1 qd (XOUT)
E These are omitted.
C Q B E These are omitted.
2 IC101 ef (FE)
2 IC550 qs
A : B+ Line. B : B Line. H : adjustment for repair. Voltages and waveforms are dc with respect to ground under no-signal (detuned) conditions. no mark : STOP ( ) : PLAY < > : REC : Impossible to measure Voltages are taken with a VOM (Input impedance 10 M). Voltage variations may be noted due to normal production tolerances. Waveforms are taken with a oscilloscope. Voltage variations may be noted due to normal production tolerances. Circled numbers refer to waveforms. Signal path. E : PB j : REC p : PB (DIGITAL OUT) l : REC (DIGITAL IN) Abbreviation SP : Singapore model
3 IC101 wh (TE)
1 IC760 yh (OSCO)
4 IC151 qh (OSCI)
FLUORESCENT INDICATOR TUBE
MAIN(1/2) BOARD CN390 (Page43)
CN790 WIRE(3P) RV790 1k/1k L1790 0H RC796 470p
6-11. PRINTED WIRING BOARD POWER SECTION See page 36 for Circuit Board Location.
* NOT REPLACEABLE: BUILT IN TRANSFORMER D910
C951 C952 CN921 11
MAIN BOARD CN400 (Page 45)
D S990 VOLTAGE SELECTOR 220240V
6-12. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM POWER SECTION
MAIN BOARD (2/2) CN400 (Page 44)
6-13. IC BLOCK DIAGRAMS
IC151 CXD2662R (BD BOARD)
APCREF F0CNT TEST3 TEST2 TEST1 TEST0 SRDR DVDD DCHG SPRD EFMO TRDR LDDR
IC101 CXA2523AR (BD BOARD)
MNTMNTMNTMNTMONITOR CONTROL EACH BLOCK
75 TE 74 SE 73 AVSS 72 ADRB
45 + USROP
40 RF AGC
USRC DET EQ AUX SW
SWDT 5 SCLK 6 XLAT 7 SRDT 8 SENS 9 CPU I/F
ADIP DEMODULATOR/ DECODER EACH BLOCK
71 ADRT 70 AVDD 69 ADIO 68 VC SERVO DSP A/D CONVERTER ANALOG MUX APC 67 AUXFE 65 ABCD 64 BOTM 63 PEAK 62 CLTV
RFA2 I J OFST GRV GRVA HLPT 1 2
PEAK3T P-P WBL PEAK BOTTOM WBL PBH
TEMP 36 BOTM
XRST 10 SQSY 11 DQSY 12 RECP 13 SUBCODE PROCESSOR
EFM/ACIRC ENCODER/ DECODER
ESW F 9 IVR + IV GSW PD 10 + + APC 11 APCREF 12 SCRI - PARA DECODE FF + FBAL AUXSW COMMAND
WBL 3T EQ VI CONV 25 WBLADJ
IC141 BH6519FS-E2 (BD BOARD)
PGND2 PGND1 OUT2R OUT1R CAPA CAPA+ OUT2F OUT1F
CHARGE PUMP. OSC
+ + + + +
35 ABCD 34 FE 33 AUX BPFC 32 ADFG 31 ADAGC
SHOCK RESISTANT MEMORY CONTROLLER
61 FILO 60 FILI 59 PCO
XINT 14 TX 15 OSCI 16 OSCO 17 XTSL 18 DINDINDOUT 21 CLOCK GENERATOR EACH BLOCK
30 ADIN FEA
DIGITAL AUDIO I/F
SAMPLING RATE CONVERTER
57 RFI 56 BIAS 55 AVDD 54 ASYI 53 ASYO
#1 Front panel section #1
Ref. No. * 12 Part No. X-4953-448-1 4-232-237-01 4-233-025-61 4-233-025-81 4-236-047-11 9-910-999-31 1-681-739-11 4-221-887-11 4-228-689-01 4-228-643-11 1-792-811-11 1-757-928-11 3-703-244-00 1-777-071-41 Description FOOT ASSY FOOT (DIA. 30) PANEL, BACK (AEP) PANEL, BACK (SP) PANEL, BACK (UK) RIVET (DIA. 3), NYLON PT BOARD SCREW, +PTTWH (M3) (S) TITE INSULATOR SCREW (+BVTTWH M3), STEP WIRE (FLAT TYPE) (23 CORE) WIRE (FLAT TYPE) (27 CORE) BUSHING (2104), CORD CORD, POWER Remarks Ref. No. Part No.
not supplied #1 #1
A-2007-925-A MAIN BOARD, COMPLETE (AEP,UK) A-2007-931-A 1-569-972-21 4-210-291-01 4-210-291-11 4-232-149-31 4-232-580-31 1-569-008-21 1-770-019-11 1-681-745-11 1-437-339-11 MAIN BOARD, COMPLETE (SP) SOCKET, SHORT 2P SCREW (CASE 3 TP2).(BLACK) SCREW (CASE 3 TP2).(SILVER) CASE (408226).(BLACK) CASE (408226).(SILVER) ADAPTOR, CONVERSION (SP) ADAPTOR, CONVERSION PLUG 3P (UK) VOL-SEL BOARD (SP) TRANSFORMER, POWER (AEP,UK)
1-437-340-11 TRANSFORMER, POWER (SP)
7-2. FRONT PANEL SECTION
not supplied supplied with J790 supplied with RV790
Ref. No. 58
Part No. X-4953-713-1 X-4953-714-1 3-931-378-01 3-931-378-31 1-681-744-11 4-951-620-01 1-681-743-11 4-228-630-01 4-228-629-81 4-230-848-21
Description PANEL ASSY, FRONT.(BLACK) PANEL ASSY, FRONT.(SILVER) KNOB (F10).(BLACK) KNOB (F10).(SILVER) KB BOARD SCREW (2.6X8), +BVTP HP BOARD SPRING (LID), TENSION COIL LID (MD).(BLACK) LID (MD).(SLVER)
Ref. No. 60 60
Part No. 4-971-774-31 1-681-742-11 A-2007-926-A A-2007-932-A 4-955-901-01 4-996-686-01 1-757-930-11 4-231-928-01 4-231-928-11
Description KNOB (TIMER).(SILVER) KEY-SW BOARD DISPLAY BOARD, COMPLETE (AEP,UK) DISPLAY BOARD, COMPLETE (SP) CUSHION (FL) HOLDER (FL) WIRE (FLAT TYPE) (17 CORE) KNOB (AMS).(BLACK) KNOB (AMS).(SILVER)
* 61 * 62
4-971-774-01 KNOB (TIMER).(BLACK)
3-354-981-11 SPRING (SUS), RING 1-517-987-11 INDICATOR TUBE, FLUORESCENT
7-3. MECHANISM SECTION-1 (MDM-7A)
Part No. 4-996-267-01 4-231-319-01 4-227-007-01 4-227-025-01 3-372-761-01 4-227-002-01 4-226-999-01 X-4952-665-1 A-4672-990-F 4-229-533-01
Description BASE (BU-D) SCREW (2X6) CZN, +B (P) TRI GEAR (SB) BELT (LOADING) SCREW (M1.7), TAPPING GEAR, PULLEY LEVER (HEAD) SPRING (SHT) ASSY, LEAF LOCK (HOLDER) SPRING (STOPPER), TORSION
Ref. No. 319 320
Part No. 4-231-118-01 4-227-019-02 4-227-013-01 4-226-995-01 4-226-996-01 4-226-997-04 4-226-998-01 4-227-006-01 A-4735-075-A 4-226-994-01
Description SPRING (HOLDER), TENSION PLATE (HOLDER) ASSY, RETAINER SPRING (EJ), TENSION SLIDER (EJ) LIMITTER (EJ) SLIDER LEVER (CHG) GEAR (SA) HOLDER ASSY GUIDE (L)
7-4. MECHANISM SECTION-2 (MDM-7A)
Ref. No. 360 361
Part No. A-4725-471-A 4-231-319-01 3-372-761-01 4-226-993-01 4-227-014-01 4-226-992-01 1-678-514-11 A-4672-541-A 4-988-560-01 4-996-265-01
Description BD BOARD, COMPLETE SCREW (2X6) CZN, +B (P) TRI SCREW (M1.7), TAPPING RACK SPRING (RACK), COMPRESSION BASE, SL FLEXIBLE BOARD OPTICAL PICK-UP KMS-260E SCREW (+P 1.7X6) SHAFT, MAIN
Ref. No. 368 HR901 M101 M102 M103 S102
Part No. 4-232-270-01 4-226-990-01 4-227-023-01 4-227-004-01 4-227-005-01 4-227-009-01 4-227-008-01 1-500-670-11 A-4672-898-A
Description SCREW (1.7X3.5), +PWH BASE (BU-A) SPRING (SPINDLE), TORSION GEAR (LC) GEAR (LD) GEAR (SD) GEAR (SC) HEAD, OVER LIGHT MOTOR ASSY, SPINDLE
A-4735-076-A MOTOR ASSY, SLED A-4735-074-A MOTOR ASSY, LOADING 1-771-957-11 SWITCH, PUSH (2 KEY) (REFLECT/PROTECT SW)
Ref. No. Part No. Description NOTE: Due to standardization, replacements in the parts list may be different from the parts specified in the diagrams or the components used on the set. -XX, -X mean standardized parts, so they may have some difference from the original one. Items marked * are not stocked since they are seldom required for routine service. Some delay should be anticipated when ordering these items. CAPACITORS: uF: F RESISTORS All resistors are in ohms. METAL: metal-film resistor METAL OXIDE: Metal Oxide-film resistor F: nonflammable Ref. No. Part No. Description
SECTION 8 ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST
Remarks Ref. No. Part No. COILS uH: H SEMICONDUCTORS In each case, u: , for example: uA.: A. , uPA. , PA. , uPB. , PB. , uPC. , PC. , uPD., PD. Abbreviation SP : Singapore model
When indicating parts by reference number, please include the board name. The components identified by mark 0 or dotted line with mark 0 are critical for safety. Replace only with part number specified.
Ref. No. C160 C161 C162 C163 C164
A-2007-926-A DISPLAY BOARD, COMPLETE (AEP,UK) A-2007-932-A DISPLAY BOARD, COMPLETE (SP)
*********************** * *
4-955-901-01 CUSHION (FL) 4-996-686-01 HOLDER (FL) <CAPACITOR> C700 C720 C751 C753 C760 C761 C762 C766 C767 C768 C769 C770 C771 1-126-153-11 1-164-159-11 1-124-261-00 1-124-261-00 1-126-153-11 1-162-294-31 1-162-294-31 1-162-213-31 1-164-159-11 1-162-294-31 ELECT CERAMIC ELECT ELECT ELECT CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC
SWITCH, KEYBOARD ( G ) SWITCH, KEYBOARD (MENU/NO) SWITCH, KEYBOARD (YES) ENCODER, ROTARY ( l AMS L /PUSH ENTER) 1-762-875-21 SWITCH, KEYBOARD (CLEAR) 1-762-875-21 SWITCH, KEYBOARD (INPUT) 1-762-875-21 SWITCH, KEYBOARD (REC MODE) 1-762-875-21 SWITCH, KEYBOARD (EJECT A )
1-162-294-31 CERAMIC 1-162-294-31 CERAMIC 1-164-159-11 CERAMIC <CONNECTOR> CN700 CN710 1-779-554-21 CONNECTOR, FFC (LIF(NON-ZIF))17P 1-568-669-11 CONNECTOR, BOARD TO BOARD 8P <DIODE> D775 8-719-046-39 LED SEL5821A-TP15 (MD LP) <FLUORESCENT INDICATOR TUBE> FL750 1-517-987-11 INDICATOR TUBE, FLUORESCENT <IC> IC760 8-759-680-17 IC MSM9201-04GS-K <TRANSISTOR> Q761 Q762 Q775 8-729-620-05 TRANSISTOR 2SC2603TP-EF 8-729-620-05 TRANSISTOR 2SC2603TP-EF 8-729-900-80 TRANSISTOR UN4211-TA <RESISTOR> R702 R703 R704 R705 R706 R712 R713 R714 R715 R716 R761 R762 R763 R764 R766 R767 R768 R769 R770 1-249-421-11 1-247-843-11 1-249-425-11 1-249-429-11 1-249-435-11 1-249-421-11 1-247-843-11 1-249-425-11 1-249-429-11 1-249-435-11 1-247-807-31 1-247-807-31 1-249-441-11 1-249-441-11 1-247-843-11 1-247-807-31 1-247-807-31 1-247-807-31 1-247-807-31 CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON 2.2K 3.3K 4.7K 10K 33K 2.2K 3.3K 4.7K 10K 33K 100K 100K 3.3K 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 F 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W F 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 C730 C740 C742 C743 RV790 <VARIABLE RESISTOR> 1-225-590-11 RES, VAR, CARBON 1K/1K (PHONE LEVEL) R791 R796 L1790 J790 C791 C796 1-681-743-11 HP BOARD
<CAPACITOR> 1-162-290-31 CERAMIC 1-162-290-31 CERAMIC <JACK> 1-770-307-11 JACK (LARGE TYPE) (PHONES) <COIL> 1-412-473-21 INDUCTOR <RESISTOR> 1-249-393-11 CARBON 1-249-393-11 CARBON 5% 5% 1/4W F 1/4W F 0uH 470PF 470PF 10% 10% 50V 50V
1-681-744-11 KB BOARD
<JACK> J780 1-785-945-21 CONNECTOR, DIN (PC LINK (KEY BOARD)) <RESISTOR> R782 R786 R1781 R1785 1-247-807-31 1-247-807-31 1-249-409-11 1-249-409-11 CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON 5% 5% 5% 5% 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W F 1/4W F
1-681-742-11 KEY-SW BOARD
<CAPACITOR> 1-164-159-11 1-164-159-11 1-124-584-00 1-162-306-11 CERAMIC CERAMIC ELECT CERAMIC 0.1uF 0.1uF 100uF 0.01uF 50V 50V 10V 16V
20% 30% 20% 30%
<GROUND TERMINAL> EP559 EP940 1-537-771-21 TERMINAL BOARD, GROUND 1-537-771-21 TERMINAL BOARD, GROUND <FERRITE BEAD> FB460 FB465 1-414-093-11 FERRITE 1-414-093-11 FERRITE <IC> IC1 IC310 IC360 IC370 IC390 IC401 IC406 IC411 IC421 IC440 IC500 IC550 IC600 IC611 IC621 IC641 6-800-019-01 8-759-712-02 8-759-712-02 8-759-712-02 8-759-634-51 8-759-445-59 8-759-481-02 8-759-231-53 8-759-633-42 8-759-633-65 8-759-579-68 8-759-917-18 8-759-917-18 8-749-012-70 8-749-012-70 IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC M30803MG-106FP NJM2114D NJM2114D NJM2114D NJM4558D BA033T M62016L M5F7805L M5293L M54641L AK4524 SN74HCU04AN SN74HCU04AN GP1F38R (DIGITAL IN1) GP1F38R (DIGITAL IN2) (SP) 0UH 0UH
1-162-306-11 CERAMIC 1-164-159-11 CERAMIC 1-164-159-11 CERAMIC 1-126-963-11 ELECT 1-164-159-11 CERAMIC 1-164-159-11 1-164-159-11 1-164-159-11 1-164-159-11 1-164-159-11 1-164-159-11 1-164-159-11 1-164-159-11 1-164-159-11 1-164-159-11 1-164-159-11 1-164-159-11 1-164-159-11 1-164-159-11 CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC <CONNECTOR>
8-749-012-69 IC GP1F38T (DIGITAL OUT) <JACK>
CN1 CN2 CN3 CN390 CN400 CN406 CN830
1-784-417-11 1-779-295-11 1-815-620-11 1-506-468-11 1-691-772-11
CONNECTOR, FFC (LIF(NON-ZIF)23P CONNECTOR,FFC (LIF(NON-ZIF))27P CONNECTOR, FFC 17P PIN, CONNECTOR 3P PLUG (MICRO CONNECTOR) 10P
J300 J631 J851
1-784-430-11 JACK, PIN 4P (ANALOG IN/OUT) 1-784-432-11 JACK, PIN 1P (COAXIAL IN) (AEP,UK) 1-779-655-21 JACK (SMALL TYPE) (2 GANG) (CONTROL A1 II ) <COIL>
1-568-683-11 PIN, CONNECTOR (PC BAORD) 2P 1-568-955-11 PIN, CONNECTOR 6P <DIODE> L555 L611 L641 L653 L657 1-414-142-11 1-410-509-11 1-410-509-11 1-412-473-21 1-412-473-21
D111 D112 D211 D212 D381 D382 D401 D402 D403 D404 D406 D408 D409 D411 D412
8-719-911-19 8-719-911-19 8-719-911-19 8-719-911-19 8-719-911-19 8-719-911-19 8-719-210-21 8-719-210-21 8-719-210-21 8-719-210-21 8-719-911-19 8-719-210-21 8-719-210-21 8-719-024-99 8-719-024-99
DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE
1SS133T-72 1SS133T-72 1SS133T-72 1SS133T-72 1SS133T-72 1SS133T-72 11EQS04-NTA2B 11EQS04-NTA2B 11EQS04-NTA2B 11EQS04-NTA2B 1SS133T-72 11EQS04-NTA2B 11EQS04-NTA2B 11ES2-NTA2B 11ES2-NTA2B
1-249-429-11 CARBON 1-249-429-11 CARBON 1-249-441-11 CARBON 1-249-441-11 CARBON 1-249-429-11 CARBON 1-249-429-11 1-249-429-11 1-249-429-11 1-249-429-11 1-249-441-11 1-249-588-91 1-249-951-11 1-247-887-00 1-249-520-11 1-215-445-00 1-215-445-00 1-215-445-00 1-215-445-00 1-215-453-00 1-215-453-00 1-215-425-00 1-215-425-00 1-249-919-11 1-249-469-11 1-247-706-11 1-249-429-11 1-249-429-11 1-249-397-11 1-249-588-91 1-249-951-11 1-247-887-00 1-249-520-11 1-215-445-00 1-215-445-00 1-215-445-00 CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON METAL METAL METAL
1-249-437-11 CARBON 1-247-804-11 CARBON 1-249-417-11 CARBON 1-249-429-11 CARBON 1-249-429-11 CARBON 1-249-429-11 1-249-425-11 1-249-429-11 1-249-429-11 1-249-425-11 1-249-429-11 1-249-426-11 1-249-425-11 1-249-429-11 1-249-393-11 CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON
1-215-445-00 METAL 1-215-453-00 METAL 1-215-453-00 METAL
MDS-JE770 PT MAIN
Ref. No. R912 R1090 Part No.
Description 47K 10K 5% 5% Remarks 1/4W 1/4W (SP) * 358 FL750 M101 0.0022uF 20% 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 250V 50V 50V 50V 50V M102 M103 STRTR900 1-792-811-11 1-757-928-11 1-777-071-41 1-569-972-21 1-569-008-21 1-770-019-11 1-757-930-11 1-678-514-11 A-4672-541-A 1-517-987-11 A-4672-898-A A-4735-076-A A-4735-074-A 1-771-957-11 1-437-339-11 1-437-340-11 Ref. No. Part No. Description MISCELLANEOUS Remarks
1-249-437-11 CARBON 1-249-429-11 CARBON
WIRE (FLAT TYPE) (23 CORE) WIRE (FLAT TYPE) (27 CORE) CORD, POWER SOCKET, SHORT 2P ADAPTOR, CONVERSION (SP) ADAPTOR, CONVERSION PLUG 3P (UK) WIRE (FLAT TYPE) (17 CORE) FLEXIBLE BOARD OPTICAL PICK-UP KMS-260E INDICATOR TUBE, FLUORESCENT MOTOR ASSY, SPINDLE MOTOR ASSY, SLED MOTOR ASSY, LOADING SWITCH, PUSH (2 KEY) (REFLECT/PROTECT SW) TRANSFORMER, POWER (AEP,UK) TRANSFORMER, POWER (SP)
<VIBRATOR> X15 X550 1-795-004-21 VIBRATOR, CERAMIC (10MHz) 1-781-998-11 VIBRATOR, CRYSTAL (45.1584MHz)
1-681-739-11 PT BOARD
<CAPACITOR> 0 C910 C923 C924 C951 C952 1-113-920-11 1-164-159-11 1-164-159-11 1-164-159-11 1-164-159-11 CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC <CONNECTOR>
ACCESSORIES & PACKING MATERIALS
1-580-230-11 PIN, CONNECTOR (PC BOARD) 2P (AC IN) <DIODE>
D910 8-719-911-19 DIODE 1SS133T-72 <LINE FILTER> 0 LF900 1-419-625-11 COIL, LINE FILTER <RELAY> 0 RY910 1-755-356-11 RELAY <TRANSFORMER> 0 TRTRTRTR950 1-437-339-11 1-437-340-11 1-437-337-11 1-437-336-11 TRANSFORMER, POWER (AEP,UK) TRANSFORMER, POWER (SP) TRANSFORMER, POWER (SP) TRANSFORMER, POWER (AEP,UK) 4-233-926-31 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (SPANISH) (AEP) 4-233-926-41 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (GERMAN,DUTCH,SWEDISH) (AEP) 4-233-926-51 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (ITALIAN,POLISH) (AEP) 4-233-926-61 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (TRADITIONAL CHINESE) (SP) 4-228-696-01 COVER, BATTERY (FOR RM-D10J) 1-476-723-11 1-574-264-11 1-791-732-11 4-233-926-11 4-233-926-21 REMOTE COMMANDER (RM-D10J) CORD, LIGHT PLUG (OPTICAL) CORD, CONNECTION (AUDIO) MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (ENGLISH) MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (FRENCH) (AEP,SP)
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