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|SoAnIs||10:51am on Tuesday, July 20th, 2010|
|Sound-goodBattery life-goodinterface-goodAM/FM radio-good Battery hatch is inside CD compartment No AC Adapter includedNo holder/cover included Supports Audio CDs, Mp3 CDs, Atrac3PlusCDs, and AM/FM/TV/Weather Radio Very Long Wait Times, Atrac3Plus Transfer Not Fullproof|
|Jebbo||6:57am on Monday, June 14th, 2010|
|Same size as older units, looks like a Sony Poor presets, buttons, controls, manual, junk :(|
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The playback order of the MP3 files
The playback order of the folders and files as follows.
Folder (album) MP3 files (tracks)
A folder that does not include an MP3 file is skipped. When you insert a disc with many trees, it takes a longer time to start playback. We recommended that you make only one or two trees for each disc. The maximum number of MP3 files and folders is 300, and the maximum number of folders is 150 (including the root folder and empty folders). If the maximum number of folders or MP3 files is exceeded, the additional folder/MP3 files are not recognized. For example, if you insert the disc with 151 folders, the player reads only 150 folders. The CD player can play the MP3 files in a folder whose depth in the folder tree is up to 8.
To specify a desired playback order, before the folder or file name, input the order by number (e.g., 01,
02), then record contents onto a disc. (The order differs depending on the writing software.)
Note on playback of MP3 files
Depending on the encoding/writing software, recording device, or the recording media used at the time an MP3 file is recorded, you may encounter such problems as disabled playback, sound interruptions, and noise.
About the information displayed for MP3 files
Tree 1 Tree 2 Tree 3 Tree 4 Tree 5
The level meter does not function during playback. The following ID tags are displayed: track name/album title/artist name. When ID3 tags are displayed, the ID3 indicator lights up. When MP3 files are played, the track name is displayed as follows: ID3v1/ID3v2/file name Depending on the disc, ID tags may not be displayed. ID tags cannot be displayed while the deck is stopped. The display of some characters in volume labels, album titles or track name is not supported. These characters are replaced by spaces or by characters special to the system.
Perform the following procedures 1 to 5 to hook up your deck using the supplied cords and accessories.
to a wall outlet
Check that you received the following items: Audio connection cords (2) Remote commander (remote) (1) Sony R6 (size-AA) batteries (2)
Inserting two R6 (size AA) batteries into the remote
REC OUT TAPE/MD IN DIGITAL OPTICAL IN DIGITAL OPTICAL OUT
1 Prepare the cords.
If you do not use the remote for a long period of time, remove the batteries to avoid possible damage from battery leakage and corrosion.
You cannot change the play mode during playback.
To Do this
Playing an MP3 file
Stop play Pause Find a point in a track (Search) Find a point quickly by observing the display (Highspeed Search) Remove a disc
Press x. Press X. Press again to resume play. Keep pressing m or M during playback and release it at the desired point. Keep pressing m or M during playback pause until you find the desired point. There is no sound output during this operation. Press OPEN/CLOSE on the deck.
If Over appears while you are pressing M, the disc has reached to its end. Press m or. (or turn AMS counter clockwise) to go back.
Tracks that are only a few seconds long may be too short to scan using the search function.
Example: When an MP3 disc is loaded
Playing the desired album
No display (Normal Play) ALBUM (ALBUM Play) SHUFFLE (Shuffle Play) ALBUM SHUFFLE (Album Shuffle Play) PROGRAM (Program Play)
The tracks on the disc in original order. All MP3 audio tracks in the album on the disc you have selected in original order. All tracks on the disc in random order. The MP3 audio tracks in the album on the disc you have selected in random order. The tracks on the disc in the order you want them to be played (see Creating your own program on page 14).
Press ALBUM/GROUP or + repeatedly until the desired album number appears.
Loading an MD
Insert an MD.
When using the buttons on the deck, press ALBUM (ALBUM SELECT appears) and turn AMS.
With the label side up, and the shutter on the righthand side.
Playing the desired track in the album
Do step 1 to 3. (see Playing the desired album on page 10)
When using the buttons on the deck, press ALBUM. ALBUM SELECT disappears.
With the arrow pointing toward the deck.
Press. or > repeatedly (or turn AMS on the deck) until the desired title or track number appears. Press H.
When you insert an MD while the deck is in standby mode, the disc tray will close and the deck will turn on automatically.
If no album CD is played while in ALBUM mode, CDs are played in the same way as in Normal Play mode. If you do not select an album, playback starts from the first track of the first album. You cannot change the play mode during playback. 0.00 appears when skipping a portion of ID3 tag ver.2 (at the beginning of the track). Skip time changes depending ID3 tag ver.2 capacity.
See Other operations on page 10.
Playing an MD
Normal Play/Shuffle Play
Stop play Pause
Press x. Press X. Press again to resume play. Keep pressing m or M during playback and release it at the desired point. Keep pressing m or M until you find the desired point. There is no sound output during this operation.
You can play all the tracks or a single track on a disc.
Creating your own program
You can make a program of up to 25 steps.
ALBUM/ GROUP +/
Set to CD or MD in CD MD select switch. Press REPEAT during playback until REPEAT or REPEAT 1 appears.
Set to CD or MD in CD MD select switch. Press PLAY MODE in stop mode repeatedly until PROGRAM appears. Press. or > repeatedly (or turn AMS) until the desired title or track number appears.
REPEAT: For all the tracks on the disc. REPEAT 1: For a single track only.
To cancel Repeat Play
Press REPEAT repeatedly until both REPEAT and REPEAT 1 disappear.
Tip Selected track number Total playing time
You can perform Repeat Play during Shuffle Play or Program Play. In Shuffle Play mode, all the tracks are shuffled and played back repeatedly. In Program Play mode, programmed tracks are played back repeatedly.
AL: When you select AL in MP3 Play, all MP3 audio tracks in the album you have selected in original order.
Press YES (or AMS).
The track is programmed. The step number appears, followed by the last programmed track number.
To program additional tracks, repeat steps 3 and 4. Press H.
Program Play starts.
Cancel Program PlayPress PLAY MODE in stop mode repeatedly until both PROGRAM and SHUFFLE disappear. Check the program Press. or > repeatedly (or order turn AMS) in pause mode. Select the desired tracks using the number buttons Press number buttons instead of performing steps 3 4.
Playing only the tracks in the desired group
This function allows you to listen only to your favorite tracks which you have registered into a group. For details of the Group Function, see Registering tracks in groups on page 31.
Add a track to the Perform steps in stop mode. end of the program Program an MP3
Press ALBUM/GROUP or + (or press ALBUM, then turn AMS) to select album, before step 3.
Press CLEAR in step 4. Each time you press the button, a track is cleared from the end of the program.
Erase the program
The program you made remains after Program Play finishes. To play the same program again, press H. However, the program is cleared when you open the disc tray, eject the MD or pull out the power cord. : appears when the total playing time of the CD exceeds 100 minutes or when the total playing time of the MD exceeds 1,000 minutes. : appears when the MP3 files are programed. The total playing time cannot be displayed during MP3 Play.
Set to MD in CD MD select switch. Press GROUP ON/OFF in stop mode repeatedly until GROUP ON appears. Press ALBUM/GROUP or + (or GROUP SKIP) repeatedly until the desired group appears. To start playing from a specific track in the group, press. or > repeatedly (or turn AMS) until the desired track appears.
Proceed to step 5 when you start playing from the first track in the group.
Playback starts. When the playing of the last track in the group finishes, the MD deck stops automatically.
If you select a group that does not have any tracks registered and press H, playback starts from the first track of the first group on the MD.
Falling asleep to music
You can set the deck to turn off after a certain time, so that you can fall asleep to music. You can specify the time until the deck turns off by 30 minutes.
You can change play mode (Normal Play/Shuffle Play/ Repeat Play/Program Play) only for the tracks in the group. To select the desired play mode, select the play mode before step 3.
Each time you press the button, the minute display (the turn-off time) changes cyclically as follows: SLEEP OFF t 30min t 60min t 90min t 120min
Check the remaining time Change the time to turn off
SLEEP once. SLEEP to select the time you want.
Cancel the Sleep SLEEP repeatedly until SLEEP Timer Function OFF appears.
Changing the pitch of the MD
Pitch Control Function
You can change the pitch of the MD by lowering the playback speed. The tone falls at lower pitches.
Finely controlling the pitch (Fine Control Function)
You can fine control the playing speed in 0.1% increments from -87.5% to 0.0%.
Set to MD in CD MD select switch. Press MENU/NO repeatedly until Setup Menu appears. Press. or > repeatedly (or turn AMS) until Pfine appears, then press YES (or AMS). Press. or > repeatedly (or turn AMS) to select the desired value, then press YES (or AMS). Press MENU/NO.
1 2,5 3,4
To recall the factory setting
Press CLEAR while setting the value.
Setting the pitch automatically in steps (Auto Step Control Function)
You can lower the pitch by up to 36 steps. (One octave equals 12 steps.)
The playing sound drops out momentarily when you change the fine control value. The fine control value reverts to 0.0% (factory setting) and the step value returns to 0 (factory setting) when you turn off the deck or eject the MD. When a dot (.) appears to the right of the step value in the pitch display, this indicates that you have performed fine adjustment (see this page) and the pitch value is between steps. The step and fine control values are linked; changing one value also changes the other.
Set to MD in CD MD select switch. Press MENU/NO repeatedly until Setup Menu appears. Press. or > repeatedly (or turn AMS) until Pitch appears, then press YES (or AMS). Press. or > repeatedly (or turn AMS) to select the desired step value, then press YES (or AMS). Press MENU/NO.
Using the display
You can use the display to check disc and track information such as total track number, total playing time of the tracks, track number and remaining time of the current track, remaining recordable time of the MD, and disc name.
When either of the detailed display is selected, the disc name appears whenever the deck is stopped. The name of the current track appears when a track is playing. If the CD has no text information or no title is recorded on the MD, No Name appears instead. If you insert a CD containing CD TEXT data, CD TEXT light up in the display. To scroll a long name, press SCROLL. Press SCROLL again to pause scrolling, and again to continue scroll. When you load a disc with MP3 files, the total playing time is not displayed.
Checking the remaining time and titles
Press TIME during Normal Play.
Each time you press the button, the display changes cyclically as follows:
x When playing a CD
Changing the display
Each time you press DISPLAY while the deck is stopped or playing, you can change the display as follows: CD/MD divided display t Detailed display for CD player section t Detailed display for MD player section
CD/MD divided display
Current track number and elapsed playing time t Current track number and remaining time t Remaining time of the current disc*1
x When playing an MD
Current track number and elapsed playing time t Current track number and remaining time t Remaining time of the MD*2
These are not displayed during MP3 Play. When the Group Function is on, the remaining time of all tracks in the group is displayed.
Checking the remaining recordable time of the MD
Detailed display for CD player section
Set to MD in CD MD select switch. Press TIME in stop mode.
Detailed display for MD deck section
Each time you press the button, the display changes cyclically as follows: Total number of tracks and the total playing time*3 t Remaining recordable time (recordable MD only)
When the Group Function is on, the total number of groups (when no group is selected) or the total number of tracks and the total playing time within the group (when a group is selected) are displayed.
Whenever you change the operation status of the deck, the display automatically changes to reflect that status.
When recording MP-3 format files on a CD-R or CD-RW
Only normal-speed CD synchro recording is supported. This is because the digital signal of the MP3 file is first converted to an analog signal before it is recorded.
Before you start recording
MDs (MiniDisc) let you digitally record and play music with high quality sound. Another feature of MDs is track marking. The track marking feature lets you quickly locate a specific point or easily edit the recorded tracks. However, depending on the source you record, the recording method and the way the track numbers are recorded differ.
Adjusting the recording level when making an analog recording
Set to MD in CD MD select switch. Press MENU/NO repeatedly until Setup Menu appears. Press. or > repeatedly (or turn AMS) until S.Space Off appears, then press YES (or AMS). Press. or > repeatedly (or turn AMS) until S.Space On appears, then press YES (or AMS). Press MENU/NO.
Press INPUT repeatedly until ANALOG appears. Press REC z.
Start playing the desired source to record. Turn REC LEVEL on the deck to adjust the recording level.
To turn off the Smart Space Function
In step 3, press. or > repeatedly (or turn AMS) until S.Space On appears, then press YES (or AMS). In step 4, press. or > repeatedly (or turn AMS) until S.Space Off appears, then press YES (or AMS).
Adjust to the optimum level while making sure that OVER does not appear in the display at the loudest portion.
Adjust the level so as not to light up OVER.
Stop playing the sound source.
Press. or > repeatedly (or turn AMS) to adjust the recording level.
Adjusting the recording level when making a digital recording
Press MENU/NO. Stop playing the sound source.
You can also adjust the recording level during recording. Once adjusted, the recording level is maintained until you adjust it again. You cannot adjust the recording level during CDMD Synchro Recording. You cannot adjust the recording level during MD playback.
Press INPUT repeatedly until CD or OPT appears.
Start playing the desired source to record. Press MENU/NO repeatedly until Setup Menu appears. Press. or > repeatedly (or turn AMS) until CD or OPT appears, then press YES (or AMS).
Recording the current CD track
You can record specific tracks on a CD while listening to them. This function allows you to put only the tracks you like onto the MD.
Synchro-Recording with an external audio equipment
By using the MUSIC SYNC button on the remote, you can automatically start recording in sync with a CD in the deck or the signal input from the program source connected to the deck.
Set to CD in CD MD select switch. Press H to start playback.
Press. or > repeatedly (or turn AMS) until the second track number of the two to be combined appears.
Second track number to be continued
First track number
Complete! appears for a few seconds. Playback of the track starts.
Example: Combining track 1 to track 4
When you combine two tracks that are registered into different groups, the second track is reregistered into the group containing the first track. In addition, if you combine a track that is registered to a group with a track that is not registered to a group, the second track takes the same registration setting as the first track. However, when the Group Function is on, you can only combine tracks within the selected group. Tracks recorded in different recording modes (stereo, LP2, LP4 or MONO) cannot be combined. If both of the combined tracks have track titles, the title of the second track is erased.
After COMBINE B
Set to MD in CD MD select switch. Press MENU/NO. Press. or > repeatedly (or turn AMS) until Combine? appears, then press YES (or AMS).
Press. or > repeatedly (or turn AMS) until the first track number of the two to be combined appears, then press YES (or AMS).
For example, to combine track 1 to 4, select 4.
Dividing recorded tracks
You can use this function to mark track numbers after recording. You can also use this function when recording from tapes or radio programs and track numbers are not marked automatically, and want to mark tracks. The total number of tracks increases by one and all the tracks following the divided ones are renumbered.
Example: Dividing track 2 into two tracks
Track number Original tracks A B C D Divide track 2 into track B and C After DIVIDE A B C D
If the point to be divided is incorrect, press m or M repeatedly to flash minute, second, or frame indication, then press. or
> (or turn AMS).
* You can shift the point by 2-frame intervals (in Monaural mode and LP2 stereo mode) or by 4frame intervals (in LP4 stereo mode).
If you divide a labeled track (page 32) into two tracks, only the first track retains the track title. Example:
Set to MD in CD MD select switch. Press MENU/NO. Press. or > repeatedly (or turn AMS) until Divide? appears, then press YES (or AMS).
The new track is not labeled.
Press. or > repeatedly (or turn AMS) until the desired track number to divide appears. While monitoring the sound, press YES (or AMS) at the point to be divided.
Rehearsal appears and the portion to be divided is played repeatedly.
Press YES (or AMS) again if the point to be divided is correct.
Complete! appears for a few seconds and the newly created track starts playing.
Undoing the last edit
You can use this function to cancel the last edit and restore the contents of the MD to the condition before the edit. Note, however, that you cannot undo the edit if you do any of the following after the edit: Do another edit. Do the recording procedure. Update the TOC by turning off the deck or ejecting the MD. Disconnect the power cord.
Changing the recorded level after recording
S.F Edit Function
You can change the volume of recorded tracks. The original track is recorded over at the new recording level. When changing the recording level, you can select Fade-in Recording to gradually increase the signal level at the start of recording, or Fade-out Recording to gradually decrease the signal level at the end of the recording.
Press MENU/NO in stop mode. Press. or > repeatedly (or turn AMS) until Undo? appears.
Changing the overall recording level
Undo? does not appear when there is no editing function that can be canceled.
Set to MD in CD MD select switch. Press MENU/NO. Press. or > repeatedly (or turn AMS) until S.F Edit? appears, then press YES (or AMS). Press. or > repeatedly (or turn AMS) until Tr Level? appears, then press YES (or AMS).
Following message appears depending on the last edit.
Labeling discs or tracks Erasing the titles Creating a new group Releasing a group Releasing all groups Deleting a portion of a track Deleting a track Deleting all the tracks Moving tracks Dividing a track Combining tracks
Press. or > repeatedly (or turn AMS) until the track number you want to change the recording level appears, then press YES (or AMS).
Level 0dB appears.
Move Undo? Divide Undo? Combin Undo?
While monitoring the sound, press. or > repeatedly (or turn AMS) to change the recorded level.
The recording level can be changed from 12 dB to +12 dB, in 2 dB steps. Change to the optimum level while making sure that OVER does not appear in the display at the loudest portion.
Edit OK? appears.
The deck starts recording over the existing track. S.F Edit ** % appears while the track is being recorded. An amount of time that is roughly equal to or longer than the playback time of the track is required when recording over the track. When the recording finishes, Complete! appears.
The deck starts recording over the existing track. S.F Edit ** % appears while the track is being recorded. When the recording finishes, Complete! appears.
To cancel the operation
Press MENU/NO during step 3 through 7. After pressing YES (or AMS) in step 8 to start recording, you cannot interrupt the operation.
Fade-in and Fade-out Recording
Set to MD in CD MD select switch. Press MENU/NO. Press. or > repeatedly (or turn AMS) until S.F Edit? appears, then press YES (or AMS). Press. or > repeatedly (or turn AMS) until Fade In? or Fade Out? appears, then press YES (or AMS).
You cannot change the recording level of the tracks recorded in MDLP mode. 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. You cannot undo the S.F Edit Function even if you use the Undo Function.
While monitoring the sound, press. or > repeatedly (or turn AMS) to change the Fade-in or Fade-out recording time.
The deck 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 15.0 seconds, in 0.1 second steps. You cannot set the time longer than the track.
Problems and remedies
If you experience any of the following difficulties while using the deck, use this troubleshooting guide to help you remedy the problem.
The deck does not edit. Press PLAY MODE repeatedly until both PROGRAM and SHUFFLE disappear. Remove the MD and slide the tab to close the slot (page 20). The sound has a lot of static. Strong magnetism from a television or a similar device is interfering with operations. Move the deck away from the source of strong magnetism. The three- or five letters appear. The Self-Diagnosis Function is on. Check the table on page 44.
CD player section
The player does not start playing. Insert a CD. Place the CD properly. Clean the CD. Remove the CD, then leave the deck turned on for about an hour until the moisture evaporates.
No sound is output. Make the connections properly. Operate the amplifier property. When using the headphones, turn PHONE LEVEL to turn up the output level. The remote does not function. Make sure that there is no obstacles between the deck and the remote. Point the remote at the remote sensor on the deck. Replace the batteries in the remote.
MD deck section
The deck does not operate or operates poorly. The MD may be damaged (Read Error appears). Take the MD out and insert it again. If
E0101/LASER NG There is a problem with the laser pickup. cThe laser pickup may be damaged. Consult your nearest Sony dealer. E0201/LOADING NG There is a problem with the loading. cThe loading may be failed. Consult your nearest Sony dealer.
One of the following messages may appear or flash in the display during operation.
Blank Disc The inserted recordable MD is new, or all tracks on the MD have been erased. Cannot Copy An attempt was made to make a second copy from a digitally dubbed MD (page 47). Cannot Edit You tried to edit in Program or Shuffle Play mode. The track is recorded in MDLP mode. The MD is record-protected. CD Error! An operational error has occurred in the CD player section. Wait a few seconds, and then try the operation again. Disc Full! The MD is full (see System Limitations on page 47). Edit NOW You pressed ?/1 while in S.F Edit (changing the recording level after recording, Fade-in, Fade-out) mode. If you turn off the deck while in S.F Edit mode, any changes that you have made will not be made properly. Finish the changes and leave S.F Edit mode before turning off the deck. Impossible You tried to make an impossible editing operation (page 30). Incomplete! Adjustment of the recording level after recording or Fade-in and Fade-out procedures have failed since the deck was either subject to vibration or there is a damaged or dirty disc in the tray. Initialize (flashing when you turn on the deck) The power was off for a long time, so the deck is initializing itself. Name Full! The title capacity of the MD has reached its limit (about 1,700 characters). No Change While attempting to change the recording level after recording, you pressed YES (or AMS) without actually changing the recording level, so no change was made.
No Disc There is no disc in the MD deck, or no disc in the CD player. No Name The disc or track has not been labeled. Premastered An attempt was made to record on the premastered MD. Retry The deck is retrying reading data from the CD during High-Speed CD-MD Synchro Recording (page 29). Step Full! You tried to program more tracks (steps). TrProtected Tracks and other data that have been checked out on Net MD equipment are protected, so you cannot use some of the MD editing functions.
Notes on CDs
AC power cord must be changed only at the qualified service shop. The unit is not disconnected from the AC power source (mains) as long as it is connected to the wall outlet, even if the unit itself has been turned off.
Do not place the deck in an inclined position. Do not place the deck in locations where it is; Extremely hot or cold Dusty or dirty Very humid Subject to vibrations Subject to direct sunlight. near a Tuner, TV set or Video deck.
On condensation in the deck
If the deck is brought directly from a cold to a warm location, or is placed in a very damp room, moisture may condense on the lenses inside the deck. Should this occur, the deck may not operate property. In this case, remove the CD or MD and leave the deck turned on for about an hour until the moisture evaporates.
Before playing, clean the disc with a cleaning cloth. Wipe the disc from the center out. Do not use solvents such as benzene, thinner, commercially available cleaners or anti-static spray intended for vinyl LPs. Do not expose the disc to direct sunlight or heat sources such as hot air ducts, nor leave it in a car parked in direct sunlight. Do not use discs encircled with a protection ring. This may cause a malfunction to the deck. When using discs that have glue or similar tacky substance on the label side of the disc or that used a special ink when the label was printed, there is a chance that the disc or label may become attached to parts inside this unit. When this occurs, it may not be possible to remove the disc, and may also cause this unit to malfunction. Be sure to check that the label side of the disc is not sticky before using. The following types of disc should not be used: Rental or used discs with attached seals where the glue extends beyond the seal. The perimeter of the seal on the disc is tacky. Discs that have labels printed using a special ink that feels tacky when touched. CDs with non-standard shapes (e.g., heart, square, star) cannot be played on this unit. Attempting to do so may damage the unit. Do not use such CDs.
Cleaning the cabinet
Clean the cabinet, panel and controls with a soft cloth slightly moistened with mild detergent solution. Do not use any type of abrasive pad, scouring powder or solvent such as thinner, benzene or alcohol.
Notes on MDs
Do not open the shutter to expose the MD. Close the shutter immediately if the shutter opens. Affix the label supplied with the disc only to the specified label indentation. Do not affix the label around the shutter or in other locations. Note that the shape of the indentation depends on the disc.
Wipe the disc cartridge with a dry cloth to remove dirt. Do not expose the MD to direct sunlight or heat sources such as hot air ducts, nor leave it in a car parked in direct sunlight.
System limitations of MDs
The recording system in your MD deck has the limitations described below. Note, however, that these limitations are due to the inherent nature of the MD recording system itself, not to mechanical causes.
Disc Full! appears before the MD has reached the maximum recording time
When 255 tracks have been recorded on the MD, Disc Full! appears regardless of the total recorded time. More than 255 tracks cannot be recorded on the MD. To continue recording, erase unnecessary tracks or use another recordable MD.
The total recorded time and the remaining time on the MD do not add up to the maximum recording time
Recording is done in minimum units of 2 seconds* each, no matter how short the material. The recorded contents may be shorter than the maximum recording capacity. Disc space may also be reduced by scratches. * During Stereo recording. In Monaural or LP2 stereo mode: about 4 seconds In LP4 stereo mode: about 8 seconds.
The sound may drop-out while searching the edited tracks
Tracks created through editing may exhibit sound dropout during searching because high-speed playback requires time to search for the position on the disc when the tracks are not in order.
Disc Full! appears before the maximum number of tracks (255) is reached
Fluctuations in emphasis within tracks are sometimes interpreted as track intervals, increasing the track count and causing Disc Full! to appear.
Track numbers cannot be marked
Even in the Level Synchro Recording, the track numbers may not be marked at the beginning of the track: if the input signal is below a certain fixed level for less than 2 seconds between tracks. if the input signal is below a certain fixed level for more than 2 seconds in the middle of the track. if you record a track that is 4 seconds or less*. * During Stereo, Monaural or LP2 stereo recording mode (In LP4 stereo recording mode: 8 seconds or less).
Group Full! appears in the display
When the Group Function is on, Group Full! may be displayed if editing is performed. This means there are insufficient characters for group management. Delete any unnecessary disc titles, group titles or other characters. Even when the Group Function is off, the group management information is updated automatically when Move, Divide and other editing operations are performed, so Group Full! may be displayed.
Extra tracks are created
When there is a long silence between CD tracks, an extra track may be created.
DIGITAL Squqre optical -18 dBm OPTICAL OUT connector jack PHONES Stereo phone jack 10 mW
Power requirements U.S.A. and Canada Europe Power consumption 120 V AC, 60 Hz 230 V AC, 50/60 Hz 19 watts Less than 1 watt (at the power saving mode) Dimensions (w/h/d) incl. projecting parts and controls Approx. 399 mm Mass Approx. 5.4 kg
See page 7. US and foreign patents licensed from Dolby Laboratories. Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
List of button locations and reference pages
How to use this page
Use this page to find the location of buttons and other parts of the deck that are mentioned in the text.
Illustration number r
ALBUM wh (11, 15)
R Name of button/part R Reference page
ALPHABETICAL ORDER AI JZ BUTTON DESCRIPTIONS
ALBUM wh (11, 15) AMS wa wg (10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 17, 24, 25, 26, 33, 34, 36, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42) CD SYNCHRO NORMAL/HIGH 4 (20) CLEAR ws (15) Disc tray 3 (9) DISPLAY ql (18) Display window wf (18) EJECT 6 (12) GROUP ON/OFF 9 (15, 21, 22, 33, 34, 35) GROUP SKIP 0 (21, 22, 34, 35) INPUT qa (21, 22, 25, 26)
MD slot 5 (11) MDLP indicator 7 (29) MENU/NO wd (17, 24, 25, 26, 30, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42) OPEN/CLOSE 2 (9,10) PHONES jack es PHONE LEVEL ed(43) PLAY MODE qj wj (9, 10, 12, 14, 30) REC LEVEL qd (25) REC MODE 8 (20, 21, 23, 29) REC z qs (21, 25, 26) STANDBY indicator ef (8) TIME qk wk (18) YES w;(14, 17, 24, 25, 26, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42)
?/1 (power/standby) 1 (8, 20, 30) H (play) qf wl (9, 11, 12, 15, 20, 27) X (pause) qh e; (10.12) x (stop) qg ea (10, 12, 21, 22, 23, 27)
efed e;wlwkwj whwg esea
wd ws waw; qhqgqfqd qs qlqkqj
ALPHABETICAL ORDER AM NZ BUTTON DESCRIPTIONS
ALBUM/GROUP -/+ qf (15, 21, 22, 33, 34, 35) CD MD select wk (9, 10, 12, 13, 14, 15, 17, 18, 24, 25, 27, 32, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42) CD SYNCHRO NORMAL/ HIGH wa (20) CLEAR 8 (15) DISPLAY wg (18) FADER ws (28) GROUP ON/OFF wd (15, 21, 22, 33, 34, 35) INPUT wj (21, 22, 25, 26) MENU/NO wf (17, 24, 25, 26, 30, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42) MUSIC SYNC 9 (27)
7-1. 7-2. 7-3. 7-4. 7-5. 7-6.
Overall Section... Front Panel Section.. Chassis Section... MD Mechanism Deck Section-1 (MDM-7S2C). MD Mechanism Deck Section-2 (MDM-7S2C). CD Mechanism Deck Section (CDM66C-30B61M).. 87 88
SAFETY CHECK-OUT After correcting the original service problem, perform the following safety check before releasing the set to the customer: Check the antenna terminals, metal trim, metallized knobs, screws, and all other exposed metal parts for AC leakage. Check leakage as described below. LEAKAGE TEST The AC leakage from any exposed metal part to earth ground and from all exposed metal parts to any exposed metal part having a return to chassis, must not exceed 0.5 mA (500 microamperes.). Leakage current can be measured by any one of three methods. 1. A commercial leakage tester, such as the Simpson 229 or RCA WT-540A. Follow the manufacturers instructions to use these instruments. 2. A battery-operated AC milliammeter. The Data Precision 245 digital multimeter is suitable for this job. 3. Measuring the voltage drop across a resistor by means of a VOM or battery-operated AC voltmeter. The limit indication is 0.75 V, so analog meters must have an accurate lowvoltage scale. The Simpson 250 and Sanwa SH-63Trd are examples of a passive VOM that is suitable. Nearly all battery operated digital multimeters that have a 2 V AC range are suitable. (See Fig. A)
To Exposed Metal Parts on Set
CAUTION Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure. Notes on chip component replacement Never reuse a disconnected chip component. Notice that the minus side of a tantalum capacitor may be damaged by heat. Flexible Circuit Board Repairing Keep the temperature of the soldering iron around 270 C during repairing. Do not touch the soldering iron on the same conductor of the circuit board (within 3 times). Be careful not to apply force on the conductor when soldering or unsoldering. UNLEADED SOLDER Boards requiring use of unleaded solder are printed with the leadfree mark (LF) indicating the solder contains no lead. (Caution: Some printed circuit boards may not come printed with the lead free mark due to their particular size) : LEAD FREE MARK Unleaded solder has the following characteristics. Unleaded solder melts at a temperature about 40 C higher than ordinary solder. Ordinary soldering irons can be used but the iron tip has to be applied to the solder joint for a slightly longer time. Soldering irons using a temperature regulator should be set to about 350 C. Caution: The printed pattern (copper foil) may peel away if the heated tip is applied for too long, so be careful! Strong viscosity Unleaded solder is more viscou-s (sticky, less prone to flow) than ordinary solder so use caution not to let solder bridges occur such as on IC pins, etc. Usable with ordinary solder It is best to use only unleaded solder but unleaded solder may also be added to ordinary solder.
AC voltmeter (0.75 V)
Fig. A. Using an AC voltmeter to check AC leakage.
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 of the apparatus.
SAFETY-RELATED COMPONENT WARNING!! COMPONENTS IDENTIFIED BY MARK 0 OR DOTTED LINE WITH MARK 0 ON THE SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS AND IN THE PARTS LIST ARE CRITICAL TO SAFE OPERATION. REPLACE THESE COMPONENTS WITH SONY PARTS WHOSE PART NUMBERS APPEAR AS SHOWN IN THIS MANUAL OR IN SUPPLEMENTS PUBLISHED BY SONY.
MXD-D400 SECTION 1 SERVICING NOTES
NOTES ON HANDLING THE OPTICAL PICK-UP BLOCK OR BASE UNIT The laser diode in the optical pick-up block may suffer electrostatic break-down because of the potential difference generated by the charged electrostatic load, etc. on clothing and the human body. During repair, pay attention to electrostatic break-down and also use the procedure in the printed matter which is included in the repair parts. The flexible board is easily damaged and should be handled with care. CLEANING OBJECTIVE LENS OF OPTICAL PICK-UP In cleaning the objective lens of optical pick-up, be sure the following below. 1. In cleaning the lens, do not apply an excessive force. As the optical pick-up is vulnerable, application of excessive force could damage the lens holder. 2. In cleaning, do not use a cleaner other than exclusive cleaning liquid (KK-91 or isopropyl alcohol). 3. Wipe the objective lens spirally from center toward outside. (See Figure A)
NOTES ON LASER DIODE EMISSION CHECK The laser beam on this model is concentrated so as to be focused on the disc reflective surface by the objective lens in the optical pick-up block. Therefore, when checking the laser diode emission, observe from more than 30 cm away from the objective lens. LASER DIODE AND FOCUS SEARCH OPERATION CHECK Carry out the S curve check in CD section adjustment and check that the S curve waveforms is output three times.
6 two connectors (CN1, CN2)
9 main board
1 two wires (flat type) (25 core : CN5, 17 core : CN9)
3 wire (flat type) (19 core) (CN11) 2 wire (flat type) (27 core) (CN10)
8 four screws (+BVTP3 8)
FRONT PANEL BLOCK SECTION
1 wire (flat type) (CN11)
2 connector (CN12) 5 screw (+BVTP3 8) 3 two screws (+BVTP3 8) 8 claw
4 two harnesses 0 front panel block section
7 two screws (+BVTP3 8)
6 three screws (+BVTP3 8)
3 holder section 1 tension spring (holder)
3-10. OVER WRITE HEAD (HR901)
1 screw (P 1.7 6)
2 over write head (HR901)
3-11. OPTICAL PICK-UP (KMS-262E)
8 optical pick-up (KMS-262E)
6 main shaft
3 screw (+B 2 6)
7 flexible board
4 base (BU-A) 5 two screws (+KTP 2 6)
1 screw (+B 2 6)
2 base (BU-D)
3-12. BD (MD) BOARD
1 Remove two solders (sled motor). 2 Remove two solders (spindle motor).
6 flexible board (CN101)
3 Remove two solders (loading motor).
4 Remove three solders. 5 screw (M1.7)
8 BD (MD) board
7 connector (CN104)
3-13. LOADING MOTOR ASSY (M103), SPINDLE MOTOR ASSY (M101), SLED MOTOR ASSY (M102)
1 lever (head)
3 torsion spring (SPDL) 2 belt (loading)
8 bushing (rivet)
9 gear (sa)
4 two screws (PWH 1.7 2.5)
0 two screws (+PWH 1.7 2.5)
qa sled motor assy (M102)
5 loading motor assy (M103)
7 spindle motor assy (M101) 6 three tapping screws (M1.7)
3-14. TRAY (66)
3 Push the switch (S151) and releace two claws.
claw of tray (66)
1 Turn the cam to the direction of arrow.
claw of lever (SW)
4 hook 2
7 tray (66)
3-15. BD (CD) BOARD
1 Remove four solders.
3 BD (CD) board
2 flexible flat cable (16core) (CN101)
3-16. OPTICAL BLOCK SECTION
4 optical block section
1 floating screw
3 shaft (BU holder)
Rotate the cam (66) in the direction of 2 to move the shaft (BU holder) upper.
MXD-D400 SECTION 4 TEST MODE
Setting the Test Mode Procedure: 1. Press the ?/1 button to turn the power on. 2. Press the [l AMS L ] (CD) knob and [INPUT] button at the same time, press the [l AMS L ] (MD) knob. 3. Turn the [ l AMS L] (CD) knob to select the menu. 4. Press the [l AMS L ] (CD) knob to execute the test mode. Releasing the Test Mode Procedure 1: 1. Press the [ l AMS L] (CD) knob and [INPUT] button at the same time, press the [l AMS L ] (MD) knob. 2. Press the ?/1 button to turn the power off. Procedure 2: 1. Pull out the AC cord to turn the power off. Contents of test mode No. 13 Display SYS Version BU Test SERVICE MD Version MD Test Initialize FL ALL ON FL ALL OFF FL ITIMATSU LED CHECK KEY CHECK RM CHECK Play Speed Function System version display CD BU test mode CD Service mode MD version display MD test mode* MD initialize Fluorescent indicator tube test Fluorescent indicator tube test Fluorescent indicator tube test LED check Keyboard check Remote commander check CD x4 speed
MD SECTION 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 [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 [EJECT] button after pressing the [MENU/NO] button and the rotation of disc is stopped. 1-1. Recording laser emission mode and operating buttons Continuous recording mode (CREC 2MODE) (C37) Laser power check mode (LDPWR CHECK) (C13) Laser power adjustment mode (LDPWR ADJUST) (C04) Comparison with initial Iop value written in nonvolatile memory (Iop Compare) (C27) Write current Iop value read in nonvolatile memory using microprocessor (Iop NV Save) (C06) Traverse (MO) check (EF MO CHECK) (C14) Traverse (MO) adjustment (EF MO ADJUST) (C07) When pressing the [REC z ] button.
2. SETTING THE TEST MODE
1. Press the ?/1 button to turn the power on. 2. Press the [l AMS L] (CD) knob and [INPUT] button at the same time, press the [l AMS L] (MD) knob to display SYS version. 3. Turn the [l AMS L ] (CD) knob and when MD Test is displayed, press the [l AMS L ] (MD) knob. When the test mode is set, [Check] will be displayed. Turn the [l AMS L ] (MD) knob switches between the following three groups; Tt [Check] Tt [Service] Tt [Develop] Tt.
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.
3. RELEASING THE TEST MODE
Procedure 1: Press the [l AMS L (CD) knob and [INPUT] button at the same time, press the [ l AMS L] (MD) knob, press the ?/1 button ] to turn the power off. Procedure 2: Pull out the AC cord to return the power off.
4. BASIC OPERATIONS OF THE TEST MODE All operations are performed using the [l AMS L ] (MD) knob, [YES] button, and [MENU/NO] button.
The functions of these buttons are as follows.
Function name Function Select. Set Sub menu. Proceeds onto the next step. Finalizes input. Returns to previous step. Stops operations.
[ l AMS L ] (MD) knob (turn) [ l AMS L ] (MD) knob (push) [YES] button [MENU/NO] button
5. SELECTING THE TEST MODE
There are 26 types of test modes as shown below. The groups can be switched by turning the [l AMS L ] (MD) knob. After selecting the group to be used, press the [YES] button. After setting a certain group, turn the [l AMS L ] (MD) knob switches between these modes. Refer to Group in the table for details can be selected. All items used for servicing can be treated using group [Service]. So be carefully not to enter other groups by mistake.
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 CPLAY 2MODE CREC 2MODE No. C01 C02 C03 C04 C05 C06 C07 C08 C09 C10 C11 C12 C13 C14 C15 C16 C17 C18 C19 C25 C26 C27 C28 C31 C36 C37 Automatic self-diagnosis Error history display, clear 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 Auto gain output level adjustment (MO) Auto gain output level 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 Details Mark Check Service
5-7-6. Traverse Check
Note 1: Data will be erased during MO reading 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. oscilloscope (DC range)
BD (MD) board CN105 pin 4 (TE) CN105 pin 6 (VC) 10 pF 330 k
oscilloscope (DC range) BD (MD) board CN105 pin 4 (TE) CN105 pin 6 (VC)
V: 0.1 V/div H: 10 ms/div
Checking Procedure: 1. Connect an oscilloscope to CN105 pin 4 (TE) and CN105 pin 6 (VC) on the BD (MD) board. 2. Load a disc (any available on the market). (Refer to Note 1) 3. Turn the l AMS L (MD) knob to display EF MO CHECK(C14). MO-R. 4. Press the [YES] button to display EFB = (Laser power READ power/Focus servo ON/tracking servo OFF/spindle (S) servo ON) 5. Observe the waveform of the oscilloscope, and check that the specified value is satisfied. Do not turn the l AMS L (MD) knob. (Read power traverse checking)
A VC B Specified value : Below 10% offset value Offset value (%) = IA BI X (A + B)
6. Press the [YES] button to display EFB = MO-W. 7. Observe the waveform of the oscilloscope, and check that the specified value is satisfied. Do not turn the l AMS L (MD) knob. (Write power traverse checking)
8. Press the [YES] button to display EFB = MO-P. Then, the optical pick-up moves to the pit area automatically and servo is imposed. 9. Observe the waveform of the oscilloscope, and check that the specified value is satisfied. Do not turn the l AMS L (MD) knob.
5-7-8. C PLAY Check MO Error Rate Check Checking Procedure: 1. Load the test disk (MDW-74/GA-1). 2. Turn the l AMS L (MD) knob to display CPLAY 2 MODE (C36). 3. Press the [YES] button to display CPLAY 2MID. 4. The display changes to C = AD =. 5. If the C error rate is below 20, check that ADER is 00. 6. Press the [MENU/NO] button to stop playback, then press the [EJECT] button and take out the test disc. CD Error Rate Check Checking Procedure: 1. Load the check disc (MD) (TDYS-1). 2. Turn the l AMS L (MD) knob to display CPLAY 2 MODE (C36). 3. Press the [YES] button to display CPLAY 2MID. 4. The display changes to C = AD =. 5. Check that the C error rate is below 20. 6. Press the [MENU/NO] button to stop playback, then press the [EJECT] button and take out the check disc. 5-7-9. Self-Recording/playback Check Prepare a continuous recording disc using the unit to be repaired and check the error rate. Checking Procedure: 1. Load a recordable disc (blank disc). 2. Turn the l AMS L (MD) knob to display CREC 2MODE (C37). 3. Press the [YES] button to display CREC 2MID. 4. When recording starts, lights up REC and display CREC 2 @@@@ (@@@@ is the address). 5. About 1 minute later, press the [MENU/NO] button to stop continuous recording. 6. Turn the l AMS L (MD) knob to display CPLAY 2 MODE (C36). 7. Press the [YES] button to display CPLAY 2MID. 8. C = AD = will be displayed. 9. Check that the C error becomes below 20 and the AD error below 2. 10. Press the [MENU/NO] button to stop playback, then press the [EJECT] button and take out the disc.
digital voltmeter BD (MD) board CN105 pin 1 (I +3 V) CN105 pin 2 (IOP)
Adjusting Procedure: 1. Set the laser power meter on the objective lens of the optical pick-up. Connect the digital voltmeter to CN105 pin 1 (I+3V) and CN105 pin 2 (IOP) on the BD (MD) board. 2. Turn the l AMS L (MD) knob to display LDPWR ADJUS (C04). (Laser power : For adjustment) 3. Press the [YES] button once to display L 0.93 mW $. 4. Turn the l AMS L (MD) knob so that the reading of the laser power meter becomes the specified value. Press the [YES] button after setting the range knob of the laser power meter to 10 mW, and save the adjustment results. (L SAVE $ will be displayed for a moment) Specified Value: 0.85 to 0.91 mW (KMS-262A) 0.90 to 0.95 mW (KMS-262E) 5. Then L 8.65 mW $ will be displayed. 6. Turn the l AMS L (MD) knob so that the reading of the laser power meter becomes the specified value, press the [YES] button to save it. Specified Value: 8.2 to 8.6 mW (KMS-262A) 8.5 to 8.8 mW (KMS-262E)
Note: Do not perform the emission with 8.65 mW more than 15 seconds continuously.
5-10. TEMPERATURE COMPENSATION OFFSET ADJUSTMENT
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. Turn the l AMS L (MD) knob to display TEMP ADJUS (C03). 2. Press the [YES] button to select the TEMP ADJUS 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 immediately. Specified Value: The TEMP = should be within E0 - EF, F0 - FF, 00 0F, 10 - 1F and 20 - 2F.
7. Then, turn the l AMS L (MD) knob to display LDPWR CHECK (C13). 8. Press the [YES] button once to display L 0.93 mW $. Check that the reading of the laser power meter becomes the specified value. Specified Value: 0.84 to 0.92 mW (KMS-262A) 0.90 to 0.96 mW (KMS-262E)
9. Press the [YES] button once more to display L 8.65 mW $. Check that the reading the laser power meter and digital voltmeter satisfy the specified value. Note down the digital voltmeter reading value. Specified Value: Laser power meter reading : 8.1 to 8.7 mW (KMS-262A) 8.4 to 8.9 mW (KMS-262E) Digital voltmeter reading : Value on the optical pick-up label 10% (Optical pick-up label)
Procedure: 1. Connect oscilloscope to test point TP (TE) and TP (VC) on BD (CD) board. 2. Press the ?/1 button to turn the power on. 3. Put disc (YEDS-18) in to play the number five track. 4. Enter the service mode, press the [INPUT] button until TRV ON is displayed. (The tracking servo and the sledding servo are turned OFF) 5. Rotate RV101 on BD (CD) board to adjust A (DC voltage) of the center of the oscilloscope waveform becomes 0 V. 6. Enter the service mode, press the [INPUT] button until TRV ON is displayed (The tracking servo and the sledding servo are turned OFF), confirm A (DC voltage) at that time is 0 V.
Center of waveform B
A within 3.6 0.5 Vp-p B
Note: Try to measure several times to make sure than the ratio of A : B or B : A is more than 10 : 7. Take sweep time as long as possible and light up the brightness to obtain best waveform.
A (DC voltage)
Check Location: BD (CD) board (see page 45) RF Level Check Connection:
oscilloscope (AC range) BD (CD) board TP (RFDC) TP (VC)
Checking Location: BD (CD) board (see page 45) Adjustment after CD Base Unit (BU-30BBD61B) is Replaced Perform the E-F Balance (1 track jump) check.
Procedure: 1. Connect oscilloscope to test point TP (RFDC) and TP (VC) on BD (CD) board. 2. Turn ON the power. 3. Put disc (YEDS-18) in to play the number five track. 4. Confirm that oscilloscope waveform is clear and check RF signal level is correct or not.
BD (CD) BOARD (Conductor Side)
TP (TE) RV101 TP (FE) TP (VC) TP (RFAC)
MXD-D400 SECTION 6 DIAGRAMS
6-1. BLOCK DIAGRAM CD Section
OPTICAL PICK-UP BLOCK (A-MAX.4T) VC VCC RF +3.3V
RF AMP, FOCUS TRACKING ERROR AMP ICVC RF AC 15
SELECTOR IC105 Y3 Y YY50 RFAC
CD DSP IC101 D OUT 64 DOUT DOUT TO MD D/A CONVERTER, MP3 DECODER IC104 PCMD BCLK SDIO 13 BCKIA 14 LRCKIA TXO 30 AOUT
IIC DATA IIC CLK
IIC CLK 12. 15 19. 21. 8 LEVELL A0 A10 LEVELR PDOWN 19
LEVEL L LEVEL R P DOWN SRST MD RESET RESET SWITCH Q2 OUT SW S101 (LIMIT IN) S103 (OUT) S104 (PLAY) S105 (REC) S102 (REFRECT/PROTECT) LOADING MOTOR DRIVE IC18 IIC DATA, IIC CLK, LEVEL L, LEVEL R, P DOWN, SRST, MD RESET
HF MODULE SWITCH Q701 704
FOCUS/TRACKING COIL DRIVE, SPINDLE/SLED MOTOR DRIVE ICOUT3F 10 OUT3R 21 OUT1F 23 OUT1R 27 OUT2F M102 (SLED) IN3F 14 IN3R 15 IN1F 19 IN1R 18 IN2F 29 IN2R 30 IN4F 104 FFDR 105 FRDR 103 TFDR 102 TRDR
XOE 38 XWE 37 XRAS 47 XCAS 46
22 OE WE RAS LIMITIN 55
OSC SFDR 107 SRDR 109 SPRD RPWR 8 OUT4R IN4R SPFR 15 XRST 12 FS256 36
25 OUT2R 6 OUT4F 8 X804 11.2896MHz XOUT
RECSW 53 REFELECT PROTECT 61 44
COMPARATOR ICIOP 57 LD ON 54 WRPWR 56 MOD +3.3V REFERENCE VOLTAGE SWITCH Q7, 8 LOAD OUT INOUTVZ
R-ch is omitted due to same as L-ch. SIGNAL PATH : MD PLAY : MD REC : CD PLAY (DIGITAL OUT)
BLOCK DIAGRAM MAIN Section
(Page 46) (Page 46)
SPDIF BUFFER IC8 OPTICAL DIGITAL INPUT OPTICAL RECEIVER IC15
-RX1 L-IN 38 -1 R-IN 37 LINE AMP IC16
L R ANALOG INPUT J1
L R ANALOG OUTPUT
A/D, D/A CONVERTER IC11
RELAY DRIVE Q4
RV790 PHONE LEVEL -1 LINE AMP IC13 HEADPHONE AMP IC17
BUFFER IC19 OPTICAL DIGITAL OUTPUT OPTICAL TRANSCEIVER IC14
13 TX1 L-OUT 32
CDTI CDTO CCLK CS INT0 INT1 PDOWN
5 MUTING Q5, 6
ADADATAO ADADATAI ADACLK CS_ADALAT ADAINT0 ADAINT1 ADARST
S700 704, S720
R-ch is omitted due to same as L-ch. SIGNAL PATH : AUDIO : CD PLAY (ANALOG OUT) : CD PLAY (DIGITAL OUT) : MD PLAY : MD REC : OPTICAL DIGITAL OUT : OPTICAL DIGITAL IN
MUTING CONTROL Q3
S710 716, S718, 719
SCMS 66 S706, 721, 722, S725 729, KEY2 LINEMUTE 85 AMUTE D28 SYSTEM CONTROLLER IC6 (2/2) 87 MDJOGMDJOG1 LITHIUM BATTERY BT1 X1 16MHz SYS +3.5V MD +3.3V 91 RECLEVEL +3.3V REGULATOR IC933 +2.6V REGULATOR ICPHANAP.DOWN 10 S.RST AC 2 VCCVCCLOADING +10V RECT D6, 7 AMP B+ RECT D8, 9 RECT D10, 11 RY650 RECT D14, 15 LINE FILTER LFSYS3.5 FL B+ +8V +8V REGULATOR IC4 32V REGULATOR IC3 RECT D18 BACKUP +3.3V D23 REGULATOR ICV.BAK EVER +3.3V
POWER TRANSFORMER (SUB) TR652 +3.3V REGULATOR IC1 RECT D2, 3
l AMS L (MD)
ROTALY ENCODER S717
l AMS L (CD)
ROTALY ENCODER S723
POWER TRANSFORMER (MAIN) TR651
XOUT 13 RV780 REC REVEL
FL/LED DRIVER IC760
REMOTE CONTROL RECEIVER IC781
MD +2.6V MD +5V ANA +5V MAINACCUT 79
RECT D16, 17 (AC IN)
SEG01 SEG35 COM01
FLUORESCENT INDICATOR TUBE FL750
GRID DRIVE Q761 GRID DRIVE Q762
DA CP CS RESET
DRVDAT DRVCLK DRVCS DRVRST CD +2.5V CD +3.3V
RELAY +5V +2.5V/+3.3V REGULATOR IC122 +3.3V REGULATOR IC9 +5V REGULATOR IC5
POWER ON/OFF RELAY DRIVE Q1
P1 P2 P3
72 LED DRIVE Q726
73 LED DRIVE Q772
74 STB 11
MDRESET IICDATA IICCLK LEVELL LEVELR RESET
LED DRIVE Q775
D726 STANDBY D772 MDLP D775 GROUP ON/OFF
RESET SIGNAL GENERATOR IC2
IIC DATA, IIC CLK, LEVEL L, LEVEL R, P DOWN, SRST, MD RESET
LEVEL L LEVEL R
NOTE FOR PRINTED WIRING BOARDS AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS
Note on Schematic Diagram: 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. A : B+ Line. B : B Line. 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. F : AUDIO J : CD PLAY (ANALOG OUT) c : CD PLAY (DIGITAL OUT) p : MD PLAY l : MD REC I : OPTICAL DIGITAL OUT i : OPTICAL DIGITAL IN
Approx. 620 mVp-p
4 IC103 wk (RFDC) (CD play mode)
5 IC101 us (XTAO)
6-10. PRINTED WIRING BOARD MAIN Board (Component Side)
Ref. No. D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D25 D27 D28 D30 IC2 IC6 IC8 IC11 IC12 IC13 IC16 IC17 IC19 Q2 Q3 Q5 Q6 Location D-11 E-11 E-11 D-11 E-10 I-12 F-10 F-10 I-3 E-8 D-5 E-3 H-10 I-6 I-13 J-13 G-14 I-8 E-11 E-11 I-14 H-14
A MAIN BOARD (COMPONENT SIDE)
BD (CD) BOARD CN105
R25 R16 R26
BD (CD) BOARD CN103
C21 R107 R30 R108 R4 C56
L2 CN3 (FOR CHECK)
C74 L1 L5 C69 C73 L6
C12 RB5 JR101
RB4 R1 R2 D5 R34
D27 CN11 R46 L8 CN8 (FOR CHECK) R47 R44 C102 C97
12 K K A
R45 CN9 R56
BD (MD) BOARD CN103
C140 R98 R52 L11
R48 R50 C149
33 K K
C115 R68 C91
Q6 R88 R87 R85 Q5
R61 CN10 C109 RB6
BD (MD) BOARD CN102
R67 R69 C116 C132
RB7 C124 C131
DISPLAY BOARD CN700
6-11. PRINTED WIRING BOARD MAIN Board (Conductor Side)
TRANSFORMER BOARD CN651
Ref. No. Location C-3 C-4 D-3 D-3 D-2 D-2 B-7 B-8 C-4 C-3 B-7 B-7 I-10 G-10 F-8 G-8 G-8 F-13 H-6 J-7 E-9 J-10 B-9 C-8 E-5 D-9 F-13 F-2 G-2 I-16 F-8 J-6 J-15 H-16 D6 D7 D8 D9 D10 D11 D12 D13 D14 D15 D16 D17 D18 D20 D21 D22 D23 D24 D26 D29 IC1 IC3 IC4 IC5 IC7 IC9 IC10 IC14 IC15 IC18 Q1 Q4 Q7 Q8
A MAIN BOARD (CONDUCTOR SIDE)
TRANSFORMER BOARD CN650
C25 C41 C14
C5 C6 C10 C9 C8
R24 R21 C48 C49
C55 C37 C63
D7 C23 C27 C29
D8 10EDB40-TB3 D9 10EDB40-TB3 D10 10EDB40-TB3 C25V C25V C19 0.1 C20 0.1
+5V REGULATOR IC5 PC7805AHF IN OUT COM CL3 (5V)
+3.3V REGULATOR IC9 PC2933HF IN OUT GND CL101 (3.3V(RF))
AC35.6V AC5.2V AC5.2V
EP1 D15 10EDB40-TB3 D16 10EDB40-TB3 IN OUT COM C14 0.1 D17 10EDB40-TB3 IC4 NJM7808FA +8V REGULATOR C35V C25V CL1 (8V) C16V C29 0.1 C36 0.1 C10V CL4 (GND(5V)) C66 0.1 C16V CL102 (GND(3.3VRF)) A8
D12 10EDB40 -TB3
D13 10EDB40 -TB3 C30 0.1
C3 C4 C5 C6
C13 0.1 JR101 0
IC3 M5293L CL103 (-32V) C7 R15 27k C38 0.1 C50V D20 MA8100-L -TX R20 100k CL104 (GND(-32V))
6-13. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM MAIN Board (2/4)
See page 66 for IC Block Diagrams.
J1 4P ANALOG ANALOG INPUT
A1 A2 A3 OPTICAL DIGITAL OUTPUT OPTICAL DIGITAL INPUT
OPTICAL TRANSCEIVER R81 470
RC123 0.1 LC85 0.1 C16V CDDOUT RC16V C117 0.1 C91 0.1 L9 10H C120 4.7 50V C145 0.1 R113 0
R91 22k C25V
R95 22k C25V C143 0.1
D26 1SS184 D25 1SS181
R92 220k C25V
R93 220k 7 IC17(2/2) NJM4565V R104 47
RX2 TST2 RRX3 NC RX4 RST PDOWN INT0 C82 0.1 INT1 DTI DTO RINT0 RINT1 RCDTI RRCCLK CS R50 100
AVSS R-OUT L-OUT VCOM DZF M/S C95 0.1 C16V R62 100k R63 100k R57 10k R67 10k R68 10k R69 10k R70 10k
R85 1k CN12 3P LC140 0.1 HP-L HP-GND C116 0.1 C16V R88 100k HP-R
Q5 2SD1938 R75 100k MUTING L10 0
A/D,D/A CONVERTER IC11 AK4584VQ
LRCK BCK SDTI
HEADPHONE AMP IC17(1/2) NJM4565V 2 RR98 47
IC13(2/2) NJM4558V R73 C47 25V R76 100k
Q6 2SD1938 MUTING
LINE AMP C149 1000p Q3 UN5111 MUTING CONTROL C25V C25V C25V 1 RC89 0.1 C146 0.1 FB2 C16V IC16(2/2) NJM4558V C25V R87 150k
C87 0.1 R54 0
BUFFER IC19 TC7SH08FU D27 1SS355 D29 1SS355 Q4 2SD2144S-TP-UVW RELAY DRIVE
28 SE 27 CSLED
WBL 3T EQ VI CONV 25 WBLADJ
SCRI - PARA DECODE
MDDT1 VSC4 VDC4 VSIO2 VDIO2 EFMO XLRF VSC3 VDC3 F0CN VSIO1 VDIO1 ADFG
MNT0 (FOK) 1 MNT1 (SHCK) 2 MNT2 (XBUSY) 3 MNT3 (SLOC) 4 VDCSWDT 6 SCLK 7 XLAT 8 VSCSRDT 10 SENS 11 XRST 12 SQSY 13 DQSY 14 RPWR 15 SUBCODE PROCESSOR CPU I/F EACH BLOCK MONITOR CONTROL EACH BLOCK
90 APC 89 DCHG 88 AVSAVDTE 85 SE
84 ADRB ADIP DEMODULATOR/ DECODER 83 ADRT 82 ADIO 81 VC SERVO DSP A/D CONVERTER ANALOG MUX 80 AUXFE 78 ABCD 77 BOTM 76 PEAK 75 CLTV
74 FILO 73 FILI 72 PCO
XINT 16 TX 17 VDIOOSCI 19 OSCO OSCN VSIO0 XTSL CLOCK GENERATOR EACH BLOCK SHOCK RESISTANT MEMORY CONTROLLER
EFM/ACIRC ENCODER/ DECODER
COMP DIGITAL AUDIO I/F SAMPLING RATE CONVERTER
70 RFI 69 BIAS 68 ASYI 67 ASYO 66 AVDTESTTESTTEST0
DATAI 27 LRCKI 28 XBCKI 29 VDC1 30
62 DRVSS1 ADDRESS/DATA BUS A00 - A11, D0 - DDRVDD1
XBCK VSC1 LRCK FS256 ADDT DADT XWE XOE
XCAS XRAS VDC2 VSC2 A11 A09 A08 A10 A07 A00 A06 A01 A05 A02 A04 A03 D3 D0 D2 D1
PGND2 PGND1 OUT2R OUT1R CAPA+ OUT2F OUT1F VM12 IN2R IN1R
CHARGE PUMP. OSC
3 FREQUENCY TABLE
MAIN Board IC3 M5293L
2 5k 5 27k + 3 OUT REFERENCE VOLTAGE
OVERHEAT PROTECTION OVERCURRENT LIMITTER
O.C.P MOTOR DRIVE MOTOR DRIVE
STBY VCC ANA5
FWD/REV/STOP CONTROL LOGIC
CD1 P. DOWN
DELAY CIRCUIT +
CDS. RESET 12 DELAY CIRCUIT
Pin Name CE EEP-WP XBUSY (MNT2) OUTSW XLATCH PLAYSW DRESET RECSW WRPWR LIMITIN
I/O I O I I O I O I O I
Description Command chip enable signal input terminal Not used Write protect signal output to the EEPROM Busy signal input from the MD DSP Detection input from the loading-out detect switch L at a load-out position, others: H Serial data latch pulse signal output to the MD DSP Detection input from the playback position detect switch L active Reset signal output to the MD DSP and motor/coil drive L: reset Detection input from the recording position detect switch L active Laser power select signal output to the MD DSP and HF module switch circuit L: playback mode, H: recording mode Detection input from the sled limit-in detect switch The optical pick-up is inner position when L Laser modulation select signal output to the HF module switch circuit Playback power: H, Stop: L, Recording power: 0.5 sec
2 sec 67 68, 69 70, 73 to 82 83, to LDON SENS SHOCK (MNT1) SDA (EEP) REFLECT VCC OPEN VSS LOAD LO LOAD IN LOAD OUT MODEL0, MODEL1
J/OTHER (SEL0), J/OTHER (SEL1)
O I I I/O I O O O I I O O O I O O O O
Laser diode on/off control signal output to the automatic power control circuit H: laser on Internal status (SENSE) input from the MD DSP Track jump detection signal input from the MD DSP Two-way data bus with the EEPROM Detection input from the disc reflection rate detect switch L: high reflection rate disc, H: low reflection rate disc Power supply terminal (+3.3V) Not used Ground terminal Loading motor drive voltage control signal output for the loading motor driver H active MD loading motor drive signal output (load-in direction) MD loading motor drive signal output (load-out direction) For model setting terminal Not used For destination setting terminal Not used Not used Audio line muting on/off control signal output terminal Not used Not used Not used Lock signal input terminal Not used Not used Not used Not used Not used Not used
SPDIF_CUT OPEN LINEMUTE DA_RESET OPEN SPDIF_LOCK OPTSEL ADPDOWN OPEN TP1 to TP3
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