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|Cowilu||4:19am on Friday, October 22nd, 2010|
|Unreliable discs & software - get an MP3 (but not sony) I originally had an non hi md sony mini disc player & software aside it was 100% reliable. beats the pants off your i pod prosdisplay is beautiful analogue line in, i use it to record off my digital radio.|
|kadiyala_r1975||1:09pm on Sunday, October 17th, 2010|
|Best Minidisc Recorder by Miles The latest (intro 2005) and best of the Sony Minidisc recorders. Record live music, from CD, from line input. Best Minidisc Recorder by Miles The latest (intro 2005) and best of the Sony Minidisc recorders. Record live music, from CD, from line input.|
|OoBoy||10:26am on Saturday, August 14th, 2010|
|A DO NOT BUY! Sony has created a misleading product and equally bad description. The mz-rh10 is NOT made for recording. Some clarification... I have to disagree with the reviewer Stafford Hunter. The player has several recording speeds (similar to VHS).|
|kame||10:48am on Sunday, July 18th, 2010|
|Sony knows how to make a high-quality device ... Recording is really easy & userfriendly + has all the right settings. I am an ethnomusicologist and bought this strictly for the lossless recording.|
|Pernokilo||10:05pm on Tuesday, June 15th, 2010|
|The Sony MZ-RH10 Hi-MD MiniDisc Walkman really is a great piece of kit. I got my Sony Mz-RH10 MiniDisc Walkman from unbeatable.co.uk. I have had it about a week, so not long really.|
|nicolasecarnot||6:05pm on Friday, June 4th, 2010|
|Well I love this thing but I do have issues w... Very versatile, nice OLED display, good battery life Not been very reliable The first HI-MD recorder I bougth was MZ-NH60... Good battery life compared to almost any other portable music player. Excellent display.|
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Other operations.. 57
Changing the displayed menu items (Menu Mode).57 Protecting your hearing (AVLS)...57 Turning off the beep sound...57 Preserving battery power (EL Light)...58 Storing the settings for individual discs (Disc Memory)..58 Starting the playback quickly (Quick Mode)...59 Selecting the disc mode (Disc Mode)..60 Changing the operational direction of the display..60 Selecting the display language...61
Using the recorder with a computer. 62
What you can do through connection with a computer.62 Connecting the recorder to your computer..63 Storing non-audio data to a disc...64 Viewing non-audio data stored on the disc in the display window of the recorder (File List)...65
Additional information.. 67
Troubleshooting and explanations. 71
Troubleshooting...71 Messages....79 Explanations...84
What you can do with SonicStage/MD Simple Burner.. 90 Installing... 92
Providing the required system environment..92 Installing the software onto your computer..93
Using SonicStage.. 95
Importing audio data...95 Transferring audio data from your computer to the MD Walkman.97 Transferring back audio data from the MD Walkman to your computer.99 Writing audio data to a CD-R/CD-RW disc..102 Using SonicStage Help....104 Referring to SonicStage Help..106
Using MD Simple Burner.. 108
Before using MD Simple Burner..108 Recording using MD Walkman operations (Simple mode)..109 Recording by computer operations (Standard mode).110
Other information... 112
Uninstalling SonicStage/MD Simple Burner..112 On copyright protection...113 Troubleshooting...114
About available functions and supplied manuals
This section explains the functions of this portable MiniDisc recorder and the manuals that have been supplied with it. Please refer to the manual that applies to each use of the recorder.
Learning more about Hi-MD
Hi-MD is a new MiniDisc format with advanced capabilities over the standard MD format.
The What you can do with the Hi-MD Walkman flyer This flyer explains the major features of Hi-MD Walkman and how it differs with standard MD Walkman.
Using the recorder
You can enjoy recording from a CD player or a microphone, then enjoy listening to the recordings that you made.
Recorder Operation (pages 12 to 88) This section explains all of the recorder functions. It also gives details on the problems you may encounter while using the recorder and how to solve them, and about what to do when a message appears in the display.
, When you encounter any problems or need more explanation
Refer to Troubleshooting and explanations (page 71).
Using the recorder while it is connected to a computer
The supplied SonicStage software allows you to transfer audio data between the recorder and the computer. The supplied MD Simple Burner software allows you to record audio data to the recorder.
Software Operation (pages 90 to 116) This section explains the installation and basic operations of the supplied SonicStage/MD Simple Burner software. SonicStage Help This is an online help that you can view on your computer screen. Online help explains the detailed operations and information about SonicStage software. You can also refer to online help if you encounter any problems while using the SonicStage.
Notes on the Software Operation section In Software Operations section, Net MD refers to the recorder with standard disc inserted and HiMD refers to the recorder with a Hi-MD disc or a standard disc in Hi-MD mode inserted.
The displayed items in the illustrations that appear in this section may differ from the actual items
displayed by the software.
Explanations in this section assume familiarity with basic Windows operations. For details on the use
of your computer and the operating system, please refer to the respective manuals.
Explanations in this section cover general Hi-MD/Net MD products. For this reason, some
explanations (and some illustrations) may not be applicable to your Hi-MD/Net MD. Please refer to the operating instructions of your Hi-MD/Net MD as well.
Checking the supplied accessories
AC power adaptor (1) Remote control (1) Earphones (1)
Comes attached with a clamp filter on the cord of the North American and Chinese models.
Dedicated USB cable (1)
NH-14WM Nickel metal hydride rechargeable battery (1)
Battery carrying case (1)
Clamp filters are not attached to the cord for the Southeast Asian, African and tourist models.
Dry battery case (1)
Optical cable (except for the North American model) (1) Clamp filters (small-size) for the North American and Chinese models (2) for the European, Australian, Hong Kong and Korean models (3) CD-ROM (SonicStage/MD Simple Burner) (1)* Carrying pouch (1)
When playing continuously in Hi-MD mode
Batteries NH-14WM LR6 NH-14WM + LR6
Linear PCM 9 9.7.17
Hi-SP 12.5 13.5 28.13 27.5
Hi-LP 14.5 15.34
MP31) 13 14.13.5 14.5 30.5
60/74/80-minute NH-14WM standard disc LR6 NH-14WM + LR6
transferred at 128 kbps
When playing continuously in MD mode
Disc type 60/74/80-minute standard disc
LP4 15.5 18.5 37
Stop the recorder before replacing the battery. When using a 1GB Hi-MD disc, the continuous recording time may be shortened if you repeatedly
make short recordings.
Recording a disc right away!
This section explains the basic procedure for making digital recordings using an optical cable connected to a CD player, Digital TV or other digital equipment. Make sure to use the optical cable.
Note Recording cannot be done in MD mode when you record directly with this recorder without using a computer. You can record in Hi-MD mode on this recorder.
the appropriate jacks.)
(Insert the cables firmly and completely into
1 Connect the AC power adaptor to the
recorder and a house current.
2 Connect the optical cable to the
recorder and an external component.
CD player, MD player, DVD video player, etc. To a digital (optical) out jack
Optical miniplug Optical cable*
To LINE IN (OPT)
See Optional accessories (page 70).
Insert a recordable disc.
1 Slide OPEN to open the lid.
2 Insert a disc with the label side facing
front, and press the lid down to close.
Make sure to check the record-protect tab is closed.
Confirm the operation mode.
This recorder has two operation modes, Hi-MD mode and MD mode. The operation mode is automatically recognized whenever the disc is inserted. After you insert a disc, check the operation mode on the display window of the recorder.
You can record on this recorder only in Hi-MD mode. It is not possible to record in MD mode. If you want to record in MD mode, for example to allow the disc to be played on another component that does not support Hi-MD, connect the recorder to a computer and use the supplied software to record in MD mode (refer to the Software Operation section).
Hi-MD lights up when the operation mode is Hi-MD and MD lights up when the operation mode is MD.
When using a 1GB Hi-MD disc, the operation mode will only be Hi-MD. When using a standard disc (60/74/80 minutes), the operation mode can be set as follows. Disc condition Blank disc Operation mode
The mode set for the Disc Mode in the menu.1)
, When recording on this recorder, set Disc Mode to HiMD so that the operation mode will be Hi-MD mode.
The disc contains material Hi-MD recorded in Hi-MD mode The disc contains material MD recorded in MD mode , You cannot use this recorder to record in MD mode.
Recording in MD mode is possible if you use the supplied software.
to Selecting the disc mode (Disc Mode) (page 60) for the Disc Mode setting.
Record a disc.
1 Select and pause the sound source to
2 Make sure that the x indication
appears in the display window.
Make sure the x indication is displayed.
3 While the recorder is stopped, press
the jog dial (N/ENT) while pressing REC(+N)/T MARK. REC lights up and recording starts.
REC(+N)/ T MARK
4 Play the source you want to record.
If you insert a previously recorded disc, the recording starts after the existing contents. Track marks are automatically added at the same point as the sound source, and the contents are recorded together as a group.
Jog dial (N/ENT)
To Stop Pause Remove the disc
Press Press x. Press X1). Press X again to resume recording. Press x and open the lid. (The lid does not open while SYSTEM FILE WRITING is displayed.)
track mark is added at the point where you press X again to resume recording while pausing; thus the remainder of the track will be counted as a new track.
The recorder is factory set to make a new
group whenever recording is done. If you do not want to make a group, set Group REC to Off (page 37). To start recording from a specific point on the disc, pause the recorder at the desired point, and then start recording from that point. You can monitor the sound during recording. Changing the volume level will not affect the recording level.
The recorder automatically switches input in
the following order; optical input, microphone input, and analog input. You cannot record through the microphone while an optical cable is connected to the LINE IN (OPT) jack. You cannot set the MIC AGC setting if you are recording with the recording level manually adjusted (page 35). The microphone may pick up the operating sound of the recorder itself. Use the microphone away from the recorder in such cases. Please note that the sound of recorder operations may be picked up if the microphone that you use has a short connector. Only the left-channel sound is recorded when a monaural microphone is used. Make sure not to touch the plug or the cord of the microphone when recording with the AC power adaptor connected. Doing so may introduce noise into the recording. When recording a normal volume sound (soft music, etc.), set MIC AGC to Standard. If an unexpectedly loud sound is input when MIC AGC is set to ForLoudMusic, the recorded volume thereafter may drop very low, depending on the sound source.
To change the microphone recording level adjustment mode
When recording with a microphone, you can select automatic adjustment mode which sets the microphone recording level to suit the sound source.
While the recorder is recording or stopped, enter the menu and select REC Settings - MIC AGC. Turn the jog dial to select Standard or ForLoudMusic, and then press the jog dial to enter the selection. Standard: When recording a sound source with a normal volume, such as a conversation or soft music. ForLoudMusic: When recording a sound source with a comparatively high volume, such as a music concert or a practice session with a musical instrument.
z When MIC AGC is set to ForLoudMusic,
sound can be recorded with less distortion during high volume input, and with natural volume transitions similar to those of the original. When using a plug-in power-type microphone, the microphone can be operated even when its power switch is turned off since power is supplied from the recorder itself.
Recording from a TV or radio (Analog Recording)
This section explains how to record from equipment with analog output, such as a cassette recorder, radio, or TV.
TV, cassette recorder, etc.
Selecting the recording mode
Select each recording mode according to the recording time that you want.
You can record only in Hi-MD mode on this recorder. If you want to record in MD mode, connect the recorder to a computer and record or transfer audio data using the supplied software (refer to the Software Operation section).
To LINE OUT jacks, etc.
Line cable RK-G129, RK-G136, etc.
While the recorder is stopped, enter the menu and select REC Settings REC Mode. Turn the jog dial to select the desired recording mode, and then press the jog dial to enter the selection. The recording mode is saved on the recorder until it is next changed.
Recording Display Recording time mode Linear PCM PCM Approx. 28 min. on an 80-minute standard disc Approx. 1 hour and 34 min. on a 1GB Hi-MD disc Approx. 2 hours and 20 min. on an 80-minute standard disc Approx. 7 hours and 55 min. on a 1GB Hi-MD disc
Make connections. Use the appropriate connecting cord to suit the source equipment. For details, see Optional accessories (page 70). Press the jog dial (N/ENT) while pressing REC(+N)/T MARK to start recording. Play the source you want to record.
Recording Display Recording time mode Hi-LP Hi-LP Approx. 10 hours and 10 min. on an 80-minute standard disc Approx. 34 hours on a 1GB Hi-MD disc
Play the source. While observing the level meter in the display, adjust the recording level by turning the jog dial. Set the level so that the meter segments light up around 12dB segment. If high sound input causes the segments beyond the OVER segment to light up, lower the recording level. Each level meter shows the following. Upper L channel input level Lower R channel input level
Volume increases (,) or decreases (<)
Audio components that support the linear PCM, Hi-SP and Hi-LP mode are indicated by the or logo mark. Notes
It is recommended that you use the AC power
adaptor for long recordings.
It is recommended that you use the recorder to
edit (dividing or combining) long tracks recorded in linear PCM. Transferring such tracks and editing them on a computer may require an extremely long time.
Adjusting the recording level manually
The recording level is adjusted automatically while recording. If necessary, you can set the recording level manually during both analog and digital recording.
X REC(+N) /T MARK
Press X again to start recording. If your source is an externally connected component, play the source to the beginning of the material to be recorded, and then start recording.
To switch back to automatic level control Select Auto (AGC) in step 2.
You cannot adjust the left and right channel
Jog dial MENU
Once you stop recording, the recorder will
Press REC(+N)/T MARK while pressing X. The recorder stands by for recording. Enter the menu and select REC Settings - REC Level - Manual.
revert to automatic recording level adjustment mode the next time you start a recording operation. To adjust the recording level manually when synchro-recording, do steps 1 to 4 of the procedure in this section with SYNC REC is set to Off. Afterwards, set SYNC REC setting to On, and start recording (page 38).
Adding track marks while recording
You can add track marks (track number) while recording to divide the material into separate parts, that allow you to go to specific track quickly and easily.
To cancel Time Mark Select Off in step 1. Using Time Mark to add track marks while recording
When the elapsed recording time exceeds the time interval for Time Mark:
The recorder adds track marks at the point you set the time interval and from that point the recorder adds a track mark whenever the time interval has elapsed. Example: Eight minutes of recording has been completed when the Time Mark time interval is set to 5 minutes. A track mark will be added at the 8minute point (after the start of recording) and after each 5-minute interval thereafter.
When the time interval set for Time Mark exceeds the elapsed recording time:
Adding track marks manually
While the recorder is recording, press REC(+N)/T MARK at the point you want to add a track mark.
Adding track marks automatically
Use this feature to add track marks automatically at specified intervals when recording through the analog input connector or a microphone. This function is convenient for recording long period of time, such as lectures, meetings, etc.
The recorder adds track marks when the set Time Mark time interval has elapsed. Example: Three minutes of recording has been completed when the Time Mark time interval is set to 5 minutes. A track mark will be added at the 5minute point (after the start of recording) and after each 5-minute interval thereafter.
T MARK appears before the time display for track marks added automatically. Notes
While the recorder is recording or in recording pause, enter the menu and select REC Settings - Time Mark - On. Turn the jog dial to select the desired time interval, and then press the jog dial to enter the selection. One rotation changes the time setting (Time __ min) by 1 minute, within the range of 1 to 60 minutes.
If you add a track mark by pressing
REC(+N)/T MARK or X, etc. while recording, the recorder will start adding track mark automatically each time the selected time interval as elapsed. The setting is canceled when you connect a digital optical cable to the recorder.
Disc with no groups recorded
Recording without creating a new group
The recorder is factory set to automatically create a new group for each recording. To record without creating a new group, set the recorder as follows.
You can record a maximum of 255 groups on a disc. If you record a track without creating a group, but then later want to create a group for that track, refer to Assigning tracks or groups as a new group (Group Set) (page 49).
While the recorder is stopped, enter the menu and select REC Settings - Group REC - Off. What is the group function? The group function allows you to place several tracks into one unit. For example, if you create a group for all your favorite tracks, then you can select that group to play those tracks. The following figure shows the difference between a disc on which groups are recorded and a disc on which no groups are recorded.
Storing non-audio data to a disc
If you connect the recorder to a computer with a disc in Hi-MD mode inserted, the disc is recognized as storage media by the Windows Explorer, allowing you to store non-audio data such as text data or image data. For the storage space for each disc, refer to the page 66. When you insert a disc in Hi-MD mode into the recorder and make connection with the computer, the recorder is recognized as an external device and can be viewed on the Windows Explorer. You can use the recorder in the same way as other devices. z
You can view non-audio data stored on a disc in the display window of the recorder. For details, refer to Viewing non-audio data stored on the disc in the display window of the recorder (File List) (page 65). Notes
When the SonicStage software is active, the
recorder is not recognized as a data storage device. If you format a disc on the computer, make sure to format the disc using the SonicStage software. Make sure not to delete the file management folder (HMDHIFI folder and HI-MD.IND file) on the Windows Explorer.
Viewing non-audio data stored on the disc in the display window of the recorder (File List)
When using a disc in Hi-MD mode, you can view non-audio data stored on the disc in the display window of the recorder. The name and size of files are displayed.
Root directory (first level) Subdirectory (2nd level) Subdirectory (3rd level)
While the recorder is stopped, enter the menu and select File List. The root directories appear in the order saved.
A list of files and folders is displayed.
Turn the jog dial to select the file you want to confirm, and then press the jog dial to enter the selection. File size appears.
File size appears
: Directory : File
Up to 16 levels of directories can be
Up to 512 files or folders can be viewed
If you want to go deeper, select the folder containing the file you want to check, and then press the jog dial. A list of files and folders in the selected folder appears in the display. Afterwards, perform the operation in step 2 again.
in a root directory in the order saved.
Up to 1,024 files or folders can be
viewed in each sub-directory.
This function cannot be used to open files. Text containing characters that are not
supported by the recorder will not be displayed correctly. File or directory names more than 9 characters long will be shortened. If you select File List while playing or recording a track, CANNOT SET appears in the display and no list will appear.
The storage space for each disc (formatted with the recorder/the SonicStage software)
Disc type 60-minute standard disc 74-minute standard disc 80-minute standard disc 1GB Hi-MD disc
Total size 219 MB (229,965,824 bytes) 270 MB (283,312,128 bytes) 291 MB (305,856,512 bytes) 964 MB (1,011,613,696 bytes)
Disc management space1)2) 832 KB (851,968 bytes) 832 KB (851,968 bytes) 832 KB (851,968 bytes) 832 KB (851,968 bytes)
Free space 218 MB (229,113,856 bytes) 269 MB (282,460,160 bytes) 290 MB (305,004,544 bytes) 963 MB (1,010,761,728 bytes)
is space that is used for managing the files on the disc.
2) The size of the disc management space changes according to the operating conditions of your computer
and other factors. Therefore, the actual space available for use may be lower than that displayed by Windows Explorer.
Never wrap the recorder in anything when it is
Do not put any foreign objects in the DC IN 3V jack.
being used with the AC power adaptor. Heat build-up in the recorder may cause malfunction or damage.
On the earphones
Do not use earphones while driving, cycling, or operating any motorized vehicle. It may create a traffic hazard and is illegal in many areas. It can also be potentially dangerous to play your recorder at high volume while walking, especially at pedestrian crossings. You should exercise extreme caution or discontinue use in potentially hazardous situations.
On power sources
Use house current, nickel metal hydride
rechargeable battery, or LR6 (size AA) battery. For use in your house: Use the AC power adaptor supplied with this recorder. Do not use any other AC power adaptor since it may cause the recorder to malfunction.
Polarity of the plug
Preventing hearing damage
Avoid using earphones at high volume. Hearing experts advise against continuous, loud and extended play. If you experience a ringing in your ears, reduce the volume or discontinue use.
Connect the AC power adaptor to an easily
accessible AC outlet. Should you notice an abnormality in the AC power adaptor, disconnect it from the AC outlet immediately. The recorder is not disconnected from the AC power source (mains) as long as it is connected to the wall outlet, even if the recorder itself has been turned off. If you are not going to use this recorder for a long time, be sure to disconnect the power supply (AC power adaptor, dry battery, or rechargeable battery). To remove the AC power adaptor from the wall outlet, grasp the adaptor plug itself; never pull the cord.
The display does not turn on.
File names or folder File names and folder names that exceed the maximum display names displayed by the length supported by the recorder are shortened. File list function are different from those saved on the computer. The file names or folder The names contain characters that are not supported by the recorder. names are not correctly displayed by the File list function.
The operation mode of When using a blank 60/74/80-minute standard disc in the recorder, the blank 60/74/80the operation mode set in the Disc Mode menu is applied. minute standard disc , Use the Disc Mode menu to change the operation mode as differs from the mode desired. following formatting or the mode selected in the SonicStage software.
If the following messages flash in the display window on the recorder, check the chart below.
Message AVLS NO VOLUME OPERATION BLANKDISC BUSY WAIT A MOMENT Meaning/Remedy AVLS is set to On and so the volume cannot rise higher. , Set AVLS to Off (page 57). A disc with no recording on it is inserted. The recorder is accessing disc information. You tried to operate the recorder while it was accessing the recorded data. , Wait until the message goes out (in rare cases, it may take a few minutes). You selected, Group Set, GroupRelease, Move, or Erase while recording. You tried to erase the track mark at the beginning of the first track or group. You tried to erase a track mark to combine tracks the recorder cannot combine (a track recorded in stereo and in mono, for example). You tried to overwrite a track marks. You tried to change a title that includes characters the recorder cannot edit. , Editing titles cannot be done if the title includes characters that cannot be input on the recorder. You tried to press X or T MARK during synchro-recording. You tried to play a track that is subject to play restrictions. You tried to play an MP3 track with a format not supported by this recorder. , This recorder only supports MP3 tracks (MPEG-1 Audio Layer-3/ sampling frequency 44.1 kHz) that have been transferred using the SonicStage software. You tried to record on a disc that has already been recorded in MD mode. , On this recorder, you cannot do additional recording on a disc that is already recorded in MD mode. If you want to do additional recording on such a disc, connect the recorder to a computer and use the supplied software.
PROTECTED DISC PUSH STOP BUTTON
READ ERROR REC ERROR
SYSTEM FILE WRITING
TEMP OVER REC STOP TITLE FULL
Message TOC DATA ERROR TRACK FULL TRK FROM PC NO EDIT
Meaning/Remedy The recorder cannot read the disc information correctly. , Insert another disc. , If it is no problem to erase the entire disc, do so (page 53). You tried to record more than 2,047 tracks on a disc used in Hi-MD mode. , Erase unnecessary tracks (page 53). You tried to combine or divide tracks that were transferred from the computer. , You cannot combine or divide transferred tracks. You tried to combine or divide tracks that were recorded in Hi-MD mode using the MD Simple Burner software. , You cannot combine or divide tracks recorded in Hi-MD mode with the MD Simple Burner software. You tried to record in the middle of a protected track that has been transferred from the computer. You tried to record in the middle of a track that was recorded in Hi-MD mode with the MD Simple Burner software. , You cannot record new material in the middle of a protected track or a track that was recorded in Hi-MD mode with the MD Simple Burner software.
TRK FROM PC NO REC
Hi-MD is a new MiniDisc format. Incorporating the new ATRAC3plus audio compression technology, Hi-MD is a new recording format that delivers longer recording times than ordinary MDs. Hi-MD discs can also be used as a computer storage medium for non-audio data such as text and images. This recorder supports Hi-MD only. For more details on Hi-MD, refer to the supplied flyer What you can do with the Hi-MD Walkman.
ATRAC3plus is an enhanced version of ATRAC3. Compared to ATRAC3 (used in LP2 and LP4 recording mode of MiniDisc components), which attains a compression ratio 10 times higher than that of a CD, ATRAC3plus (used in Hi-SP and Hi-LP mode of the recorder) achieves a higher compression ratio that is 20 times higher than that of a CD, but with no loss in sound quality.
Hi-MD mode and MD mode
This recorder has two operation modes, Hi-MD mode and MD mode. The operation mode is automatically recognized whenever the disc is inserted. When using a 1GB Hi-MD disc, the operation mode will only be Hi-MD. When using a standard disc (60/74/80 minutes), the operation mode can be set as follows.
Disc condition Blank disc
Operation mode The mode set for the Disc Mode in the menu.1) , When recording on this recorder without using a computer, set Disc Mode to Hi-MD so that the operation mode will be Hi-MD mode. Hi-MD MD , You cannot use this recorder to record in MD mode without using a computer. Recording in MD mode is possible if you use the supplied software.
The disc contains material recorded in Hi-MD mode The disc contains material recorded in MD mode
About Linear PCM
Linear PCM is a digital, non-compressed audio coding system. You can enjoy high-quality sound equal to that of CDs by recording in this mode.
The meaning of no sound
No sound describes a recorder condition in which the input level is about 4.8 mV during analog input or less than 89 dB during optical (digital) input (with 0 dB as full bit (the maximum recordable level for a MiniDisc)).
About System File
The system file is space on the disc that is used to store information other than audio files; for instance, track numbers. If the MiniDisc were a book, the system file would correspond with the index or table of contents. The recorder rewrites the system file whenever an operation such as recording, adding or deleting track marks, or moving tracks has been done. (SYSTEM FILE WRITING appears in the display when the recorder is rewriting the system file.) While the recorder is writing disc information, make sure not to move or jog the recorder or disconnect the power source as this may cause the information to be incorrectly recorded or the disc contents to be lost.
List of the recording time for each disc
When using a disc in Hi-MD mode When recording on the recorder Recording Codec/ mode on the Bit rate recorder PCM Hi-SP Hi-LP Linear PCM/ 1.4Mbps ATRAC3plus/ 256kbps ATRAC3plus/ 64kbps 1GB Hi-MD disc 1 hour and 34 minutes Recording time1) 80-minute standard disc 28 minutes 74-minute standard disc 26 minutes 60-minute standard disc 21 minutes 1 hour and 40 minutes 7 hours and 40 minutes
7 hours and hours and hours and minutes minutes 10 minutes 34 hours 10 hours and 10 minutes 9 hours and 20 minutes
When transferring from the computer Codec/Bit rate 1GB Hi-MD disc 1 hour and 34 minutes
Recording time1)2) 80-minute standard disc 28 minutes 74-minute standard disc 26 minutes 60-minute standard disc 21 minutes 1 hour and 40 minutes 7 hours and 40 minutes
Linear PCM/1.4Mbps ATRAC3plus/256kbps ATRAC3plus/64kbps ATRAC3plus/ 48 kbps ATRAC3/132kbps ATRAC3/105kbps ATRAC3/66kbps MP3/128kbps
1) Approximate 2) When
7 hours and hours and hours and minutes minutes 10 minutes 34 hours 45 hours 16 hours and 30 minutes 20 hours and 40 minutes 32 hours and 40 minutes 17 hours 10 hours and 10 minutes 13 hours and 30 minutes 9 hours and 20 minutes
12 hours and 10 hours 30 minutes 3 hours and 40 minutes 4 hours and 40 minutes 7 hours and 20 minutes 3 hours and 30 minutes
4 hours and hours and minutes 30 minutes 6 hours and hours and minutes 40 minutes 9 hours and hours minutes 5 hours 4 hours and 30 minutes
time transferring 4-minute tracks
When using a disc in MD mode
You cannot record in MD mode on this recorder.
When transferring from the computer Codec/Bit rate ATRAC(stereo)/292kbps ATRAC3/132, 105kbps ATRAC3/66kbps
Recording time1)2) 80-minute standard disc 80 minutes 2 hours and 40 minutes 5 hours and 20 minutes 74-minute 60-minute standard disc standard disc 74 minutes 2 hours and 28 minutes 4 hours and 56 minutes 60 minutes 2 hours 4 hours
Using SonicStage Help
SonicStage Help provides further details on how to use SonicStage. SonicStage Help allows you to search easily for information from a list of operations, such as Importing Tracks or Transferring Tracks, or from large list of keywords, or by typing in words that might lead you to the appropriate explanations.
To display SonicStage Help
Click [Help] [SonicStage Help] while SonicStage is running.
You can display SonicStage Help by selecting the following: [Start] [All Programs]* [SonicStage] [SonicStage Help]. [Programs] in the case of Windows 2000 Professional/Windows Millennium Edition/Windows 98 Second Edition
Notes In SonicStage Help, Device/Media is the general term for the external device such as the MD Walkman, the Network Walkman, and the CD Walkman. Follow the instructions of your internet provider regarding such things as recommended system environment when using EMD services.
Understanding SonicStage Help
The left side frame
The right side frame
1 Double click [Overview] in the left-side frame. 2 Click [About This Help File].
The explanation will appear in the right-side frame.
3 Read the text.
Scroll the display if necessary. Click underlined words to jump to their explanations.
Searching for a word inside an explanation
[Search] Type in the keyword to find text box List Topics
An explanations of the selected item
The list of the words that you searched
1 Click [Search] to open the Search window. 2 Type in the words. 3 Click [List Topics].
A list of the words that were searched is displayed.
4 Click to select the desired item among those displayed. 5 Click [Display].
An explanation of the selected item is displayed.
Referring to SonicStage Help
Click [Contents] on the left side of the Help window to view a list of items for each operation. Click on any items for details.
Importing audio data to the computer
To Import audio data from the Internet Import audio files on the computer in SonicStage SonicStage Help [Importing Tracks] [Purchasing Tracks from a Music Service Site] [Importing Tracks] [Importing Music Files]
Listening to audio data on the computer
To Listen to audio data from the CD drive or My Library SonicStage Help [Music Playback] [Playing Back an Audio CD] or [Playing Back a Track in My Library]
Listen to audio data on the MD [Music Playback] [Playing Back a Track on a Device/ Media] Walkman connected to the computer
Recording: Linear PCM (44.1 kHz/16 bit) ATRAC3plus (Adaptive TRansform Acoustic Coding 3 plus) (Hi-SP/Hi-LP) Playback: Linear PCM ATRAC3plus ATRAC3 ATRAC MP3 (MPEG-1 Audio Layer-3/Sampling frequency 44.1 kHz/Bit rate 32 - 320 kbps (constant/variable bit rate))
Approx. 80.2 18.9 84.1 mm (w/h/d) (31/4 3/4 33/8 in.) (excluding projecting parts and controls)
Approx. 120 g (4.2 oz) (the recorder only) Approx. 147 g (5.2 oz) (including the rechargeable battery)
Hi-MD: 1-7RLL (Run Length Limited)/PRML (Partial Response Maximum Likelihood) MD: EFM (Eight to Fourteen Modulation)
20 to 20,000 Hz 3 dB
MIC: stereo mini-jack (minimum input level 0.13 mV) Line in: stereo mini-jack for analog input (minimum input level 49 mV) optical (digital) mini-jack for optical (digital) input 1) The LINE IN (OPT) jack is used to connect either a digital (optical) cable or a line (analog) cable.
AC power adaptor Remote control Earphones Dedicated USB cable NH-14WM Nickel metal hydride rechargeable battery Battery carrying case Dry battery case Optical cable (except US and Canadian models) Clamp filters (small-size) CD-ROM (SonicStage/MD Simple Burner) Carrying pouch
* Do not play a CD-ROM on an audio CD player.
Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
On power sources
For use in your house: Use the AC power
adaptor supplied with this recorder. Do not use any other AC power adaptor since it may cause the recorder to malfunction.
Polarity of the plug
TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. 2. 3. SERVICING NOTES.. 4 GENERAL.. 5 DISASSEMBLY
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. CAUTION Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure.
3-1. 3-2. 3-3. 3-4. 3-5. 3-6. 3-7. 3-8. 3-9.
Disassembly Flow... 6 Case (Lower) Block.. 6 Main Board... 7 Panel (Upper) Section... 7 Mechanism Deck (MT-MZNH900-181J). 8 Battery Case Block... 8 Gear (BSA), Gear (SB)... 9 OP Service Assy.. 9 DC Motor SSM18D/C-NP (Spindle) (M701), DC Motor (Sled) (M702), DC Motor Unit (Over Write Head Up/Down) (M703). 10 3-10. Holder Assy... 10 3-11. Position of Ferrite Core.. 11
Note: Be sure to remove the solder used for shortcircuit after the repaire completed.
MAIN BOARD (Conductor Side)
Providing the required system environment
The following system environment is required in order to use the SonicStage Ver. 3.0/MD Simple Burner Ver. 2.0 software for the MD Walkman. Computer IBM PC/AT or Compatible CPU: Pentium III 450 MHz or higher Hard disk drive space: 200 MB or more (1.5 GB or more is recommended) (The amount space will vary according to Windows version and the number of music files stored on the hard disk.) RAM: 128 MB or more Others CD drive (capable of digital playback by WDM) (A CD-R/RW drive is necessary for CD writing) Sound Board USB port Operating System Factory installed: Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005/Windows XP Media Center Edition 2004/Windows XP Media Center Edition/Windows XP Professional/Windows XP Home Edition/Windows 2000 Professional/ Windows Millennium Edition/Windows 98 Second Edition High Color (16bit) or higher, 800 or better is recommended) 600 dots or better (dots
NOTES ON REPLACEMENT OF CSP (CHIP SIZE PACKAGE) IC Replacement of MM1690NCBE (IC401), SN761059AZQLR (IC501), SC901585VAR2 (IC601) and CXD2681-225GG (IC801) used in this set requires a special tool.
Internet access: for Web registration, EMD services and CDDB Windows Media Player (version 7.0 or higher) installed for playing WMA files
This software is not supported by the following environments:
OSs other than the indicated above Personally constructed PCs or operating systems An environment that is an upgrade of the original manufacturer-installed operating system Multi-boot environment Multi-monitor environment Macintosh Notes We do not ensure trouble-free operation on all computers that satisfy the system requirements. The NTFS format of Windows XP/Windows 2000 Professional can be used only with the standard (factory) settings. For Windows 2000 Professional users, install Service Pack 3 or later version before using the software. We do not ensure trouble-free operation of the system suspend, sleep, or hibernation function on all computers.
MZ-RH10 SECTION 2 GENERAL
Looking at controls
This section is extracted from instruction manual.
The display window of the recorder
A MIC (PLUG IN POWER) jack1) B LINE IN (OPT) jack C HOLD switch Slide the switch in the direction of the arrow to disable the buttons on the recorder. To prevent the buttons from being accidentally operated when you carry the recorder, use this function. D E F G Display window OPEN switch Jog dial (N (play)/ENT). (AMS, fast rewind), > (AMS, fast forward) button H Battery compartment I X (pause) button J VOL (volume) +1), button
K i (earphones) jack L REC(+N)/T MARK button M SEARCH/LIGHT/ MENU button2) N x (stop) CANCEL/CHG button O DC IN 3V jack P USB cable connecting jack Q The cover of the USB cable connecting jack R Terminals for attaching dry battery case
1) There are tactile dots beside the VOL + button 2)
and the MIC (PLUG IN POWER) jack. indicates a function that requires a slight press of the button. indicates a function that requires pressing the button for 2 seconds or more.
A Operating condition indication display area Displays the indications of each operating condition. x: stop N: play X: pause m: fast rewind M: fast forward., >: AMS : record/record pause B Selected operating condition display area Displays the operating mode, play mode, or selected menu item, etc. C Battery indication Shows the approximate remaining battery power. If the batteries are weak, the indication becomes empty and starts flashing.
D Track number and group number display area Displays the track number or group number. E Text information display area Displays titles, menu items, error messages, etc. Titles are preceded by the following icons. : track name : artist name* : album name* : group name : disc name
* Appears only for discs used in Hi-MD mode.
F Time display area Displays the elapsed time, remaining time of the track or disc, etc.
The earphones with a remote control
A VOL (volume) +, control B HOLD switch Slide the switch in the direction of the arrow to disable the buttons on the remote control. To prevent the buttons from being accidentally operated when you carry the recorder, use this function.
C D E F G
Clip (group) +, button NX (play, pause) button x (stop) button. (AMS, fast rewind), > (AMS, fast forward) button
MZ-RH10 SECTION 3 DISASSEMBLY
This set can be disassembled in the order shown below.
3-1. DISASSEMBLY FLOW
Note 1: The process described in can be performed in any order. , the next process can not be performed.
Note 2: Without completing the process described in
3-2. CASE (LOWER) BLOCK (Page 6)
3-3. MAIN BOARD (Page 7)
3-4. PANEL (UPPER) BLOCK (Page 7)
3-5. MECHANISM DECK (MT-MZNH900-181J) (Page 8)
3-4. Laser Power Check Procedure: 1. Enter the test mode (Display Check mode). 2. Press the [VOL+] key to enter the Manual mode. 3. Open the lid and press the. key continuously until the optical pick-up moves to the most inward track. 4. Press the [VOL--] key once to display as follows.
5. Press the > key three times to select the item number 9111 and display as follows.
6. Press the > key to select the item number 2261 and display as follows.
111 LrefPw **
6. Set the laser power meter so that the laser beam from the optical pick-up aims at the objective lens of laser power meter at right angle. (Confirm it with the disc not inserted) 7. Confirm that the value of laser power meter is 0.860 mW 19.2%. 8. Press the > key to select the item number 9112. 9. Confirm that the value of laser power meter is 0.763 mW 18.2%. 10. Press the > key to select the item number 9113. 11. Confirm that the value of laser power meter is 6.87 mW 12%. 12. Press the x key four times and back to the Display Check mode. 3-5. Setting The Adjustment Values 3-5-1. Hi-MD3 setting Preparation: 1. Perform calculation every item based on the data given by the Hi-MD3 adjustment disc by referring to the following table. (Round off the value in decimal place) 2. Convert the calculated value into hexadecimal number.
Note: The Hi-MD3 adjustment parameters vary depending on the disc, and therefore use the parameters of the disc used when performing the adjustment. Item No. 0211 (*1) (*2) 0216 Calculating formula (*3) Pr_nominal / 0.05 Por / 0.05 Kr (100) Pw_nominal / 0.05 Ppw / 0.05 Kw (100) Prmin / 0.05 Pwmin / 0.05
7. Adjust with [VOL+]/[VOL--] keys so that the value of digital multi meter becomes 1.80 0.01V. 8. Press the X key on the set or key on the remote commander to write the adjusted value. 9. Press the > key to select the item number 2262. 10. Confirm that the value of digital multi meter is 1.20 0.024V. 11. Press the > key to select the item number 2263. 12. Confirm that the value of digital multi meter is 2.17 0.05V. 13. Press the x key four times and back to the Display Check mode. 3-3-2. Ampere checks Procedure: 1. Connect the 22 ohms resistor (more than 0.1 watts) and ampere meter to battery terminals. 2. Connect the AC adapter to the set. 3. Enter the test mode (Display Check mode). 4. Press the [VOL+] key to enter the Manual mode. 5. Press the [VOL+] key twice, press the > key once, press the [VOL+] key once, press the > key once, press the [VOL+] key three times, press the > key four times to select the item number 2264. 6. Confirm that the value of ampere meter becomes specification value. (Refer to table 3-3-1. Ampere Specifications) 7. Press the x key four times and back to the Display Check mode. 8. Cut the power supply and remove the resistor that connected to the battery terminals. 9. Repeat checks to item number 2267 at the same manner as step 1 to step 8. ( Refer to table 3-3-1. Ampere Specifications for the kind of the resistor that connected to the battery terminals at step 1)
OVER WRITE HEAD DRIVE IC601 (1/2) HR601 OVER WRITE HEAD HB HBB HA HAB CLK 60 EFM 62 EFM_CLK 63 LATCH 56 CLK
OVER WRITE HEAD DRIVE Q601, 602
RF AMP, FOCUS/TRACKING ERROR AMP IC501 VREF 7 VREF12 IY IX JX JY A B C D RF_IY RF_IX RF_JX RF_JY IY IX JX JY A B C D RFO 8 ABCD 40 FE 41 TE 42 ADFG 23 PD-NI 19 CLK 26 OFTRK 45 F 20 PD_BUF 18 PD_I IIN 17 PDO_SOURCE VC 38 VREFPEAK 48 BOTM 47 SBUS 33 SCK 32 SMON 21 XRESET 35 S0 S1 PLSE_XDC CONT TRK+ 123 VREF_MON 110 VC 106 PEAK 107 BOTM 251 SSB_DATA 252 SSB_CLK 113 SE 225 XRF_RST PD_S0 PD_S1 LDPEN XLSRCK ADIP_IN 39 NPPO 43
M703 OVER WRITE HEAD UP/DOWN
145 VIN RF BUFFER Q504 RFI TO IC801 (2/3) (AUDIO SECTION)
108 ABCD 109 FE 114 TE 153 ADFG 142 APCREF_DA 174 FS256_OUT 180 OFTRK
SYSTEM CONTROLLER, DSP IC801 (1/3)
15 A_C 14 D_C
OPTICAL PICK-UP BLOCK (ABX-UJ)
FOCUS/TRACKING COIL DRIVE, SPINDLE/SLED MOTOR DRIVE IC701 TRK+ TRK FCS+ FCS
155 TFDR 154 TRDR 156 FFDR 157 FRDR
TRK FCS+ FCS
TRK FCS+ FCS M702 (SLED) MDVCC REG2 B+ REG3 B+ W U V 26 UO2 CPUI2 VO2 CPVI2 WO2 CPWI2 COM2 UIVIWIPWMZISLD_MON SRDR SLDV SLDW
159 SFDR 289 HI_Z_SLD
MDVCC PVCC VCC
8 UOCPUIVOCPVI1 U M701 (SPINDLE) W V 4 WOCPWICOM1
SPDL_MON SPRD SPDV SPDW
SLCU 169 SLCV 170 SLCW 171 SPCU 164 SPCV 165 SPCW 166
SLD MON U SLD MON V SLD MON W CLV MON U CLV MON V CLV MON W
161 SPFD 290 HI_Z_SPDL
SLD MON W
CLV MON W
SLD MON V SLD MON U
CLV MON V CLV MON U
SIGNAL PATH : PLAYBACK : REC
6-2. BLOCK DIAGRAM AUDIO Section
MUTEON SWITCHING DRIVER, HEADPHONE AMP IC351 DCLSOUTL FROM IC801 (1/3) (MD SERVO SECTION) J301 LINE IN (OPT) DCLSOUTR IN1 OUTIN2 OUTMUTING Q351 J351 i
Note: The components identified by mark 0 or dotted line with mark 0 are critical for safety. Replace only with part number specified. Note: Les composants identifis par une marque 0 sont critiques pour la scurit. Ne les remplacer que par une pice por tant le numro spcifi.
IC(RFO) (MD play mode)
2.2 Vp-p 1.0 Vp-p 500 mV/DIV, 500 ns/DIV 354 ns 1 V/DIV, 100 ns/DIV
* Replacement of IC401, IC501, IC601 and IC801 used in this set requires a special tool. MAIN board is multi-layer printed board. However, the patterns of intermediate-layer have not been included in this diagrams. Lead Layouts surface
IC501 ra (FE) (MD play mode)
Lead layout of conventional IC
CSP (chip size package)
A : B+ Line. Power voltage is dc 1.5 V and fed with regulated dc power supply from battery terminal. Voltages and waveforms are dc with respect to ground under no-signal conditions. no mark : PLAYBACK : 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 : PLAYBACK j : REC J : OPTICAL IN F : LINE IN d : USB input from PC G : USB output to PC N : MIC IN * Replacement of IC401, IC501, IC601 and IC801 used in this set requires a special tool. The voltage and waveform of CSP (chip size package) cannot be measured, because its lead layout is different form that of conventional IC.
Approx. 280 mVp-p 100 mV/DIV, 500 ns/DIV
2.5 Vp-p 88 ns 1 V/DIV, 50 ns/DIV
IC501 rs (TE) (MD play mode)
IC301 q; (LRCK)
Approx. 100 mVp-p 200 mV/DIV, 500 ns/DIV
2,3 Vp-p 22.8 s 1 V/DIV, 10 s/DIV
1.8 Vp-p 44.3 ns 1 V/DIV, 20 ns/DIV
IC(EXT) (MD play mode)
3.2 Vp-p 5.6 s 1 V/DIV, 2 s/DIV
IC801 <czz (OSCO)
2.6 Vp-p 44.3 ns 1 V/DIV, 20 ns/DIV
6-4. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM MAIN Board (1/9)
See page 36 for IC Block Diagrams.
XRST_MTR_DRV XRST_MTR_DRV C714 0.1 C716 0.1 SLD_CON_W SLD_CON_W SLD_CON_V SLD_CON_V SLD_CON_U SLD_CON_U SLD_PWM SLD_PWM SLD_MON_U SLD_MON_U SLD_MON_V SLD_MON_V SLD_MON_W SLD_MON_W
SLD_CON_W SLD_CON_V TF1 TF1 TR1 TR1 R707 2.2k R708 2.2k R709 2.2k M702 (SLED) FF1 FF1 ZI2 ZI2 ZI1 ZI1 FR1 FR1
CN701 10P SLEDW W V SLEDV
CLV_CON_W CLV_CON_W TF1 FI2 TR1 RI2 CLV_PWM COM2 CLV_MON_U CPUI2 CLV_MON_V CLV_CON_U CLV_CON_U CLV_PWM CLV_MON_U CLV_MON_V CLV_MON_W CLV_MON_W Z12 Z11 CLV_CON_V CLV_CON_V
D601 CMA2SD32008S0 C10V
CSP(Chip Size Package)
VIN VOUT R685 10k
V33R PGND1 VSTB_IN REG5_VSTB D613 MA2SD32008S0 VSTB_OUT CBATSEL
C672 4.7 C641 0.01 R616 1k L608 4.7H C642 0.047 R617 1k R629 2.2M R664 2.2
VOLTAGE DETECT R683 1M R682 1M -1 -2
3.3V V33RO RF1 INM1
DW_1B PGND3 PGND3 PGND3 DW_1T PGND1 PGND1
C611 0.01 R684 10k Q618 RT3WLMM-TP-1F RESET SWITCH
R605 C620 1k 0.047
RF3 NC_M1 V3FB
A3 R612 2.2M A4 C645 0.01
HAB HB HA HBB
RC6679 47p C623 220p RL605 22H
Q601,602 OVER WRITE HEAD DRIVE A5
R624 470k R625 470k D605 BAT54XV2T1 C648 0.047
R6623 CL604 2.2 L603 10H
Q612 RTR025N03 S SWITCHING
C646 0.047 Q602 MCH6617-TL-E
D606 MA22D1700LS0 HR601 OVER WRITE HEAD D6615 MA22D1700LS0 R6622 2.2 Q601 CPH5614-TL-E
D607 MA22D1700LS0 C6674 33p 100V
Q603 NTHD4508NTIG B+ SWITCH
Q609 NTHD4508NTIG B+ SWITCH
S C6676 1000p C6649 0.1
C6680 1000p RD1 RC6.3V D2
E11 E13 E10 E4 E2 E1 E3 E7 E8 E5 E6 E9
6-6. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM MAIN Board (3/9)
See page 24 for Waveforms. See page 36 for IC Block Diagrams.
B2 B1 B3
C553 4.7 6.3V
RL503 10H S0 S0 S1 S1 C536 0.022 XLDON XLDON PLSE_XDC PLSE_XDC PEAK PEAK BOTM BOTM OFTRK OFTRK
BATT_MINUS_MON CHG_I_CTL2 CHG_I_CTL3 CHG_MON
GND_SW VBUS_MON BATT_MINUS_MON BATT_MINUS_MON CHG_TYPE2 CHG_I_CTL3 CHG_I_CTL3 CHG_I_CTL2 CHG_I_CTL2 CHG_MON Q407 RT1N144U-TP-1 CHARGE ON/OFF CONTROL HIDC_MON HIDC_MON STAND_DET STAND_DET NI_VI_CTL NI_VI_CTL CHG_TYPE2 CHG_MON CHG_U CHG_U CHG_PWM CHG_PWM
-1 Q452 RT3WLMM-TP-1F
W403 NICKEL METAL HYDRIDE RECHARGEABLE BATTERY NH-14WM 1PC. 1.2V 1400mAh W404
R436 220k TYPE2 CFB
BATD4441 UDZSTE-176.8B D440 MA22D2800SL0
RF1 IAMP_CAL AMP_SEL I_CTL2 CHARGE CONTROL CHG_SW1
IAMP_CTL A7CAL_SW IN1TYPE1 WDT
CN451 7P (USB) VBUS DATADATA+ IO GND SW_A SW_B
C4458 1000p C4459 1000p C4467 1000p C4456 1000p
Q432 TPC8501 CHARGE CONTROL IC401 MM1690NCBE CSP
C415 0.1 R442 100k
PWR_WAKE Q441 XP4314-TX
Q403,406 GROUND LINE SWITCHING
C4455 1000p RCL460 (GND)
FB4452 R455 1M C5V C5V
(Chip Size Package)
CHG_U -2 Q441,442 USB CHARGE R425 2.2k ON/OFF CONTROL CHG_PWM NI_VI_CTL RG4 G1 G2 G3 HIDC_MON R-1
R421 100k -1 -2
Q433 2SC5383-TP-1F DC IN DETECT
R418 100k D401 NSR0320MW2T1G
DC IN DETECT
I_SEL AD_SEL I_CTL3 I_CTL1 PGND GND A/D RS
A/D CONVERTER 16 TYPE2
IC302 XC6219B212MR IC471 XC6219B242MR
RFIAMP_CAL CFB AMP_SEL 28 + 14 IAMP_CTL
VCC VIN 1 + VSS 2 VCC VOLTAGE REFERENCE CURRENT LIMIT 5 VOUT
+ + I_CTLCHG_SWVREF VREF
BAT+ 31 VO 32 TIME DIVIDER SWITCHING SWITCHING CIRCUIT DET COMPARATOR BLOCK CHARGE CONTROL ON/OFF OSC
CHARGE CONTROL ON/OFF
+ VREF CHARGE SWITCH CONTROL
ERROR LED CONTROL WAKE-UP CONTROL
CURRENT RIPPLE DETECT & FB
PHASE COMPENSATION VCC
VDD 2 + ERROR AMP VREF WITH SOFT START & CE CE 3 PWM COMPARATOR + BUFFER, DRIVER
RAMP WAVE GENERATOR, OSC
ADIP-IN XRESET CPOUT CP DVCC 29 DGND SBUS SCK ABCD VGIN 34
POWER SUPPLY TEMP A+B+C+D I+J NPP TON CSL AW+DW TON PEAK TON BOTM ADIP TE TWPP PK/BTM AW CSLO VREF09 A-C D-C MALFA MIJ AWBPF DW DWBPF OFTTH APC ADIP-BPF VFREF0.4 I-J
28 CN 27 CPGND 26 CLK
NPPO 43 AVCCOFTRK 45 VCC2 OFTRK T-ON ADIP BOTM 47 PEAK 48 D A B C VCC PEAK/ BOTTOM
25 CCSLCDN 23 ADFG
TPP/WPP TE ABCD
22 WPP-LPF 21 SMON 20 PD-BUF 19 PD-NI 18 PD-I APC
AVCC 53 JX 54 JY 55 LY 56
17 PDO-SOURCE 16 PDO-SINK 15 A-C
RF_LX RF_LY RF_JY RF_JX
VBUSSEL2 EFM CLK EFM
71 CHARGE PUMP
NC A56 LATCH EFM BOTTOM PRE DRIVER HOLD OUT 86 RST OUT 87 PVBUS 88 CRST 89 DVDD IN 90 DVDD OUT 91 HOLDC 92 OSC OUT 93 SLEEP IN 94 RST IN 95 PGNDREG IN 97 REG OUT 98 SUS IN 99 PGNDTSBV IN 101 TSBV OUT 102 V33R 103 PGNDVSTB IN 105 VSTB OUT 106 BATSEL 107 V33RO 108 BUS POWER STEP DOWN CONVERTER DRIVER SELFPOWER STEP UP-DOWN CONVERTER DRIVER VPDRV 36 VPDRV 35 RFDTCINM2 INM32 INM3 DTCVREC VREC 112 VREC STEP UP-DOWN CONVERTER DRIVER VC V3FB 1
OUTB VRECIN VRECIN
CL VCP VG2 GND CH
55 XWKO 54 VBUS 53 WAKEC
27 VB VC 26 PGND3 STEP UP DC/DC CONVERTER REF1 VREF0 VC VREF 20 DTC1 RSTLG 24 VG 23 C1L 22 INMRF1
VREF0 BANDGAP REFERENCE
DATA STRB CLK WDT SEQSEL CLK SLEEP
LVB DRIVER PWM CONTROL VREF VC STEP UP-DOWN DRIVER VC VREF REF1
RSTXRST1ADJ 18 CRST1 RESET XRST1
POWER SWITCH 1
FFCLR XWK4 XWK3 XWK2 XWK1
L1 L1 PGND1 PGND1
IC PIN FUNCTION DESCRIPITION IC801 CXD2681-225GG (SYSTEM CONTROLLER, DSP)
Pin No. 45 46
Pin Name DVDD1_0 DVSS1_0 DVDD1_1 DVSS1_1 DVDD1_2 DVSS1_2 DVDD1_3 DVSS1_3 DVDD1_4 DVSS1_4 DVDD1_5 DVSS1_5 DVDD1_6 DVSS1_6 DVDD1_7 DVSS1_7 DVDD1_8 DVSS1_8 DVDD1_9 DVSS1_9 DVDD3 VSS_3 DVDD1_10 DVSS1_10 DVDD1_11 DVSS1_11 AVDD1A AVSS1A AVDD1B AVSS1B AVDD1C AVDD2
I/O Power supply terminal (DSP logic system) Ground terminal (DSP logic system) Power supply terminal (DSP logic system) Ground terminal (DSP logic system) Power supply terminal (DSP logic system) Ground terminal (DSP logic system) Power supply terminal (DSP logic system) Ground terminal (DSP logic system) Power supply terminal (DSP logic system) Ground terminal (DSP logic system) Power supply terminal (DSP logic system) Ground terminal (DSP logic system) Power supply terminal (DSP logic system) Ground terminal (DSP logic system) Power supply terminal (DSP logic system) Ground terminal (DSP logic system) Power supply terminal (DSP logic system) Ground terminal (DSP logic system) Power supply terminal (DSP logic system) Ground terminal (DSP logic system) Power supply terminal (DSP logic system) Ground terminal (DSP logic system) Power supply terminal (DSP logic system) Ground terminal (DSP logic system) Power supply terminal (DSP logic system) Ground terminal (DSP logic system) Power supply terminal (for PLL) Ground terminal (for PLL)
Power supply terminal (for RFA of asymmetry correction cell) Ground terminal (for RFA of asymmetry correction cell) Power supply terminal (for ASYO of asymmetry correction cell) Power supply terminal (for A/D converter) Power supply terminal (for A/D converter) Ground terminal (for A/D converter) Power supply terminal (for A/D converter) Ground terminal (for A/D converter) Power supply terminal (for PLL) Ground terminal (for PLL) Power supply terminal (for PLL) Ground terminal (for PLL) Power supply terminal (for D/A converter) Ground terminal (for D/A converter) Power supply terminal (for PLL) Ground terminal (for PLL) Power supply terminal (for A/D converter) Ground terminal (for A/D converter)
AVSS2 AVDD3 AVSS3 AVDD4A AVSS4A AVDD4B AVSS4B AVDD4C AVSS4C AVDD5 AVSS5 AVDD6 AVSS6
Pin No. to to 62 63, to to 102
Pin Name DAVDD DVDD25LPF DAVSS OSCVDD USBOSCVDD TSMVDD MAIFVDD MSJTAGVDD USBIFVDD VSS_0 to VSS_2 IFVDD_1 to IFVDD_4
I/O O I I O Power supply terminal (for D/A converter) Power supply terminal (for D/A converter) Ground terminal (for D/A converter)
Pin No. 123 124, 147 148
Pin Name FILI FILO CLTV PEAK BOTM ABCD FE VC ADIO ADRB SE TE AUX1 ADRT DCHG APC ADC1EXTC TEMP_MON VB_MON CHG_MON VREF_MON SET_KEY_1, SET_KEY_2 DCIN_DET HIDC_MON WK_DET VBUS_MON BATT_MINUS _MON RMC_KEY RST_CONT REC_KEY/ DOWNLOAD RADIO_ON
I/O I O I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I O I I I I I I I O I I I I I O I O I O I I I O O
Description Filter input terminal for the playback EFM system master PLL Filter output terminal for the playback EFM system master PLL Internal VCO control voltage input terminal for the playback EFM system master PLL Peak hold signal input of the light amount signal (RF/ABCD) the RF amplifier Bottom hold signal input of the light amount signal (RF/ABCD) the RF amplifier Light amount signal (ABCD) input from the RF amplifier Focus error signal input from the RF amplifier Middle point voltage input from the RF amplifier Monitor output terminal of A/D converter input signal Not used A/D converter the lower limit voltage input terminal Sled error signal input from the RF amplifier Tracking error signal input from the RF amplifier Auxiliary A/D input terminal The upper limit voltage of A/D converter input terminal Connecting terminal with the analog power supply of low impedance Error signal input terminal for the laser automatic power control Connection terminal for an external capacitor Thermistor connection terminal for temperature detection Monitor input terminal of rechargeable battery power supply voltage (UNREG) Charge or discharge current monitor input from power control IC Reference voltage monitor input from the RF amplifier Set key input terminal (A/D input) Monitor input terminal of DC input voltage for battery charge Monitor input terminal of High DC voltage Detection terminal of panel key input for system wake up Detection terminal of panel key input for camera wake up Monitor input terminal of USB power supply voltage (VBUS) Monitor input terminal of rechargeable battery minus terminal voltage Reset signal output to the power control IC REC/T MARK key input terminal Radio on detection input terminal Not used Top panel open switch detection terminal System reset signal input terminal Connection terminal for an external capacitor Connection terminal for an external capacitor Connection terminal for an external capacitor Connection terminal for an external capacitor Reference voltage input terminal Reference voltage output to the RF amplifier Reference voltage input terminal Connection terminal for an external capacitor (for A/D converter) RF signal input from the RF amplifier Reference voltage input terminal (for internal D/A converter L-CH) Not used Internal D/A converter (L-CH) output terminal Not used Internal D/A converter (R-CH) output terminal Not used
XRST PLL2EXTCI PLL2EXTCO PLL3EXTCI PLL3EXTCO DACVREFH APCREF_DA ADC3VREFH ADC3EXTC VIN VREFL AOUTL AOUTR
Pin No. 197 198
Pin Name VREFR DCLSOUTR DCLSOUTL RTCK ADFG TRDR TFDR FFDR FRDR FS4 SFDR SPRD SPFD SPDV SPDW SPCU SPCV SPCW SLDV SLDW SLCU SLCV SLCW SRDR DIN FS256_OUT CHOPPERCLK OFTRK RECP EFMO PAUSE_KEY PROTECT OPT_DET XJACK_DET XMIC_DET
I/O I O O O I O O O O O O O O O O I I I O O I I I O I O O O I/O O O I I I I I I O O O I I/O I O O I
Description Reference voltage input terminal (for internal D/A converter R-CH) Not used PWM modulator signal output to the headphone amplifier (R-CH) PWM modulator signal output to the headphone amplifier (L-CH) Not used ADIP duplex FM signal (21.05kHz to 23.05 kHz) input from the RF amplifier Tracking servo drive PWM signal output (-) to the coil driver Tracking servo drive PWM signal output (+) to the coil driver Focus servo drive PWM signal output (+) to the coil driver Focus servo drive PWM signal output (-) to the coil driver 176.4 kHz clock signal output to the over write head driver and power control IC Sled servo drive PWM signal output to the motor driver Spindle motor drive control signal output (U) to the motor driver Spindle servo drive PWM signal output to the motor driver Spindle motor drive control signal output (V) to the motor driver Spindle motor drive control signal output (W) to the motor driver Spindle motor drive comparison signal input (U) from the motor driver Spindle motor drive comparison signal input (V) from the motor driver Spindle motor drive comparison signal input (W) from the motor driver Sled motor drive control signal output (V) to the motor driver Sled motor drive control signal output (W) to the motor driver Sled motor drive comparison signal input (U) from the motor driver Sled motor drive comparison signal input (V) from the motor driver Sled motor drive comparison signal input (W) from the motor driver Sled motor drive control signal output (U) to the motor driver Digital audio signal input terminal 11.2896 MHz clock output to the RF amplifier Clock signal output for chopper to the over write head driver Monitor output terminal for DSP Not used Tracking signal input/output for MD3 Laser power selection signal output to the power control IC EFM encode data output for the recording to the over write head driver Pause key input terminal Recording protector for normal disc detection switch input terminal Optical digital input plug detection signal input terminal "H": optical in Line input plug detection signal input terminal "L": plug in Microphone input plug detection signal input terminal "L": plug in Top panel open/close detection switch input terminal Chip select signal output to the A/D converter Power control signal output to the A/D converter Not used Reset signal output to the switch unit System wake up signal output terminal by USB connection A7 offset voltage CAL on/off control signal output terminal Not used Serial data input from the EEPROM Serial data output to the A/D converter, EEPROM and power control IC Serial data transfer clock signal output to the A/D converter, EEPROM and power control IC Rechargeable battery insert detection switch input terminal
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