Sony RDR-HX920 Dvd Recorder, size: 6.9 MB
Sony RDR-HX920 Annexe 1
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|anguz||4:44pm on Friday, October 8th, 2010|
|If you are a video technology wizard then this review is not for you because I have no idea about all the more advanced features.|
|van_sooo||10:48pm on Monday, September 6th, 2010|
|For those of you wanting to replace your Sony DVD Recorder I got the HXD890 to replace my HXD710, which is still an excellent bit of kit.|
|ggg||11:23am on Friday, August 6th, 2010|
|Usual slick Sony design, good coonectivity, clear instructions The User Interface (Programme guide ; Title list. Typical Sony quality Need to be rocket scientist to operate it|
|toport20||9:13am on Sunday, August 1st, 2010|
|I feel bad about going against what others have been saying but Im just not that impressed by this box. The Sony RDR-HXD890 is a nice machine and the dvd/hdd recorder is really good but it is a lot noisier than my last dvd recorder.|
|goran||7:25am on Friday, April 16th, 2010|
|once all connected to other systems works like a dream need more info on set up as we do have more than 3 systems like ie sky+.|
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NEW RANGE OF HDD/DVD RECORDERS FROM SONY MAKES RECORDING ON DVD OR HDD EASIER FOR CONSUMERS
Sony announces an exciting new range of features on its new IQ recording range of HDD/DVD Recorders RDR-HX920, RDR-HX720 & RDR-HX520, with a wide choice of Hard Disk capacities of 250GB, 160GB and 80GB respectively offering maximum flexibility for recording and viewing. The new IQ recording system, encapsulates all of Sonys Intelligent and Quality recording features such as such as DV terminal (i.LINK) for one-touch dubbing, Pause Live TV, Chasing Playback easy to use GUI and HQ+ high quality recording mode for top picture quality. With a large capacity Hard Disk Drive all three models RDR-HX920 (250GB), RDR-HX720 (160GB) and RDR-HX520 (80GB) models are capable of long up to 428 Hours on the 250GB HDD recording hours. mode and several noise reduction features. All models maintain the capability of recording with excellent picture quality thanks to the HQ+ recording In addition to HDD and DVD+/R/RW, these new models can also record and playback DVD+R Double Layer (DL) discs with a maximum 8.5GB capacity allowing the viewer to store up to 14 hours of recordings on DVD disc. In HDD mode, viewers can activate the Chasing Playback function to begin watching a programme currently being recorded before it has finished. pre-recorded content on HDD whilst recording a live TV programme. In Also addition, the simultaneous record and playback function allows viewers to watch through the Fast Playback with sound function the viewer can watch prerecorded content, at 1.3x normal speed, complete with clear and intelligible sound and is thus able to view pre-recorded content in much less time, as well as to catch up with the live TV broadcast.
The Pause-Live TV function works by means of simply pressing the Pause button on the remote control to freeze the TV picture. The viewer can choose exactly when they would like to continue from where they left off by pressing the Play button. Backwards and forwards browsing through the recorded part of the programme is also possible and in this way the viewer can even catch up with the live broadcast. In addition, the Auto Programme Title Labelling feature (where available) allows the viewer to browse easily and more efficiently through pre-recorded contents on either DVD or HDD, as each TV recording comes with a given title, saving valuable time and hassle. Transferring camcorder recordings for either copy or edit to DVD or Hard Disk Drive is easy on the RDR-HX920, RDR-HX720 and RDR-HX520. The user just needs to connect the DV or Digital8 camcorder via the i.Link connection and use the one-touch dubbing function to copy the entire contents of the tape using one-touch control or use the Program Edit function to select only those scenes that are desired for automatic copying to DVD or Hard Disk Drive. To ensure the experience of using the RDR-HX920, RDR-HX720 and RDR-HX520 is impressive from start to finish, Sony ensures High Picture quality in recording by HQ+ recording mode for HDD recording, which uses approx. 15Mbps of data transfer speed. Together with Precision Cinema Progressive (PCP) technology Component Video Output and Video DAC of 12bit/108MHz, the new models ensure a stable and smooth moving image. The RDR-HX720 and RDR-HX520 will be available in Europe from April 2006 and the RDR-HX920 will be available in Europe from May 2006.
NOTES TO EDITORS Product features summary: Playback: CD, CD-DA, CD-R, CD-RW, MP3 (CD-R), JPEG (CD-R) Playback: DVD-Video, DVD-RW, DVD+RW, DVD-R, DVD+R, DVD+R Double-Layer, S-VCD/VCD, DivX Recording: DVD-RW, DVD+RW, DVD-R, DVD+R, DVD+R Double-Layer 250GB HDD Capacity (RDR-HX920) 160GB HDD Capacity (RDR-HX720) 80GB HDD Capacity (RDR-HX520) Precision Cinema Progressive (PCP) High Bit rate Rec. Mode on HDD (HQ+) Pause and Resume Live TV Broadcast Chasing Playback Auto Programme Title Labelling Auto Chaptering DV Terminal (i.LINK) with One Touch Dubbing High Speed Dubbing Video DAC: 12bit, 108MHz VPS/PDC/ShowView Smartlink
For more information, please contact your local PR person (details found at http://www.sonyeurope.com/view/ShowSiteSection.action?section=en_EU_Press&site=odw_en_EU) or: Ruth Speakman, Sony Europe Tel: +44 (0)1932 816994/ email: firstname.lastname@example.org Maria Heavey, Sony Europe Tel: +44 (0)1932 817383/ email: email@example.com About Sony: Sony manufactures audio, video, communications and information technology products for the global consumer and professional markets. With its music, pictures, game and online businesses, Sony is uniquely positioned to be one of the Worlds Leading Consumer Brands. Sony recorded consolidated annual sales of EUR 53.43 billion (yen 7,160 billion) for the fiscal year ended March 31, 2005 and it employs approximately 151,400 people worldwide. In Europe, Sony recorded consolidated annual sales of EUR 12.03 billion (yen 1,613 billion) for the fiscal year ended March 31, 2005, based on an average market exchange rate for the same period of yen 134 to the EUR. Sony Europe, headquartered at the Sony Center am Potsdamer Platz in Berlin, is responsible for the company's European electronics business and registered consolidated sales of EUR 8.87 billion for the fiscal year ended March 31, 2005. For more information on Sony Europe, please visit http://www.sony-europe.com and http://www.sony-europe.com/presscenter
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b Notes If the supplied remote interferes your other Sony DVD recorder or player, change the command mode number for this recorder (page 18). Use the batteries correctly to avoid possible leakage and corrosion. Should leakage occur, do not touch the liquid with bare hands. Observe the following: Do not use a new battery with an old battery, or batteries of different manufacturers. Do not attempt to recharge the batteries. If you do not intend to use the remote for an extended period of time, remove the batteries. If battery leakage occurs, wipe out any liquid inside the battery compartment, and insert new batteries. Do not expose the remote sensor (marked on the front panel) to strong light, such as direct sunlight or a lighting apparatus. The recorder may not respond to the remote.
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Hold down the TV [/1 button located at the bottom of the remote.
Do not press the [/1 button at the top of the remote.
With the TV [/1 button pressed down, enter the TVs manufacturer code using the number buttons.
For instance, to enter 09, press 0 then 9. After you enter the last number, release the TV [/1 button.
If you have a Sony DVD player or more than one Sony DVD recorder
If the supplied remote interferes with your other Sony DVD recorder or player, set the command mode number for this recorder and the supplied remote to one that differs from the other Sony DVD recorder or player after you have completed Step 6: Easy Setup. The default command mode setting for this recorder and the supplied remote is DVD3.
Select Others, and press ENTER.
If the Command Mode for the recorder has not been changed, set the Command Mode for the remote to the default setting of DVD3. If the Command Mode for the remote is changed to DVD1 or DVD2, you will be unable to operate this recorder.
Code numbers of controllable TVs
If more than one code number is listed, try entering them one at a time until you find the one that works with your TV.
Manufacturer Sony Hitachi JVC Panasonic Philips Samsung Sanyo Thomson Toshiba Code number 01 (default) 17, 49 06, 38
Select Command Mode, and press ENTER.
Changing programme positions of the recorder using the remote
None (a blank screen is recorded)
* The recorded disc can be played only on CPRM compatible equipment (page 8).
Like the standard 3 recording modes of video tapes, you can select the desired recording mode using the REC MODE button. Recording modes with higher quality provide a more beautiful recording, but the large data volume also results in a shorter recording time. Conversely, a longer duration provides a longer recording time, but the lower data volume results in a coarser picture quality.
2 hr. 30 min. 6 8
ZWEITON (German stereo) system
When a stereo based programme is received, Stereo appears. When a bilingual ZWEITON based programme is received, Main, Sub, or Main/Sub appears.
SLP (Long 106 duration)
When a stereo or bilingual NICAM based programme is received, NICAM appears in the front panel display. To record a NICAM programme, be sure to set Audio of Channel Setting in the Basic setup to NICAM (default). If the sound is not clear when listening to NICAM broadcasts, set Audio to Standard (see Channel Setting on page 83).
z Hint You can select the audio (main or sub) while recording bilingual programmes using the AUDIO button. This does not affect the recorded sound.
* The recording time for DVD+R DL (Double Layer) discs is as follows: HQ: 1 hour 48 minutes HSP: 2 hours 42 minutes SP: 3 hours 37 minutes LSP: 4 hours 31 minutes ESP: 5 hours 25 minutes LP: 7 hours 14 minutes EP: 10 hours 51 minutes SLP: 14 hours 28 minutes
b Notes The maximum continuous recording time for a single title is eight hours. Situations below may cause slight inaccuracies with the recording time. Recording a programme with poor reception, or a programme or video source of low picture quality Recording on a disc that has already been edited Recording only a still picture or just sound
Timer Recording (Standard/ShowView)
The TIMER LIST display (page 47) appears. The TIMER REC indicator lights up on the front panel and the recorder is ready to start recording. Unlike a VCR, there is no need to turn off the recorder before the timer recording starts.
Auto Title Erase (HDD only)
If there is not enough space for a timer recording, the recorder automatically erases old titles recorded on the HDD. The oldest, played title is erased. Set Auto Title Erase of the Timer Settings to On in the Recording setup (page 93). Protected titles are not erased.
Set Synchro Rec to Record to HDD or Record to DVD in the Recording setup (page 93).
Press INPUT SELECT repeatedly to select L3. Select the desired audio signal when recording a bilingual programme to the HDD or DVD-RWs/DVD-Rs (VR mode).
Press OPTIONS to select Line Audio Input, and press ENTER. Then select Bilingual, and press ENTER. For details about bilingual recording, see page 41.
Press REC MODE repeatedly to select the recording mode.
For details about the recording mode, see page 40.
Set the timer on the connected equipment to the time of the programme you want to record, and turn it off. Press c z SYNCHRO REC.
The SYNCHRO REC indicator lights up on the front panel. The recorder is ready to start Synchro-Recording. The recorder automatically starts recording when it receives an input signal from the connected equipment. The recorder stops recording when the connected equipment turns off.
b Notes The recorder starts recording only after detecting a video signal from the connected equipment. The beginning of the programme may not be recorded regardless of whether or not the recorders power is on or off. During Synchro-Recording, other operations, such as normal recording, cannot be performed. To use the connected equipment while the recorder is standing by for Synchro-Recording, cancel Synchro-Recording by pressing c z SYNCHRO REC. Be sure to turn off the connected equipment and press c z SYNCHRO REC to reset Synchro-Recording before the timer recording starts. The Synchro Rec function does not work when Line3 Input of Scart Setting is set to Decoder in the Video setup (page 89). The Synchro Rec function does not work with some tuners. For details, see the tuners operating instructions. While the recorder is standing by for SynchroRecording, the Auto Clock Set function (page 87) does not work. To use the Synchro Rec function, you must first set the recorders clock correctly. If the timer settings of a SynchroRecording and another timer recording overlap
Regardless of whether or not the programme is a Synchro Rec programme, the programme that starts first has priority and the second programme starts recording only after the first programme has finished.
Recording from connected equipment without a timer
You can record from a connected VCR or similar device. To connect a VCR or similar device, see Connecting a VCR or Similar Device on page 21. Use the DV IN jack on the front panel if the equipment has a DV output jack (i.LINK jack).
Press the pause (or play) button on the connected equipment to cancel the playback pause status.
The connected equipment starts playback and the playback image is recorded by this recorder. To stop recording, press x REC STOP on this recorder.
If you connect a digital video camera with a DV IN jack
See DV Dubbing on page 77 for an explanation of how to record from the DV IN jack.
About Dub Mode
With this recorder, the recording mode for dubbing is displayed as Dub Mode. Three dubbing methods are available: High-speed Dubbing, Original Dubbing, and Rec Mode Conversion Dubbing. Read the following and select according to the required time, disc space, and picture quality.
Dubbing (HDD y DVD)
Dubbing at high-speed (High-speed Dubbing) HDD , +RW / -RWVR / -RWVideo / / -RVR / -RVideo +R
Allows you to dub what you have stored in the HDD to a high-speed DVD (8x-speed DVD+RWs/6x-speed DVD-RWs/16x-speed DVD+Rs/16x-speed DVD-Rs, or slower versions of each disc type), without changing the recording mode. Set Dub Mode to Fast in the steps of Dubbing a single title (Title Dubbing) (page 74) or Dubbing multiple titles (Dub Selected Titles) (page 75). When dubbing multiple titles, you can select Fast if there are one or more titles that can be dubbed at high speed in the selected titles. However, titles that cannot be dubbed at high speed are dubbed in the Original Dubbing mode. The minimum required time is as follows (approximate).
Repeat step 3 to select all of the titles you want to combine.
To cancel all of the selections, select Reset.
Before you start
You cannot record both the main and sub sound on DVD+RWs, DVD-RWs (Video mode), DVD+Rs, or DVD-Rs (Video mode). For bilingual programmes, set Bilingual Recording of DVD Rec. Settings to either Main (default) or Sub in the Recording setup (page 93). The chapter marks in the dubbing source are not retained in the dubbed title. When Auto Chapter is set to On in the Recording setup, chapter marks are automatically inserted at approximately 6 minute intervals.
z Hints When you dub a Playlist title, it is recorded as an Original title. When dubbed from a DVD to the HDD, the picture size and the sound types originally recorded are retained.
The list of titles to be combined appears. To change the selection, select Change and go to step 3.
The titles are combined.
Required times for High-speed Dubbing from HDD to DVD (for 60-minute programme)*1
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High- High- DVD+R speed speed (Double DVD-R DVD+R Layer)
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Select OK and go to step 8. To manually select another dubbing mode, select Cancel, and go to step 7.
To stop dubbing A Size of the title (approximate)
This is displayed in red when the size exceeds the available space on the dubbing target media. Press OPTIONS to select Stop Dubbing, and press ENTER. When asked for confirmation, select OK, and press ENTER. When dubbing (Move) is stopped partway, no part of the title will be moved to the dubbing target. However, note that this will decrease the free disc space for DVD+Rs/ DVD-Rs.
z Hint You can turn off the recorder during dubbing. The recorder completes dubbing even after being turned off.
A Total size of the selected titles
This is displayed in red when the size exceeds the available space on the dubbing target media.
B Direction of dubbing C Available space on the disc to be dubbed (approximate) D PL: Indicates a Playlist title.
Select OK and go to step 9. To manually select another dubbing mode, select Cancel, and go to step 8.
B Direction of dubbing C Available space on the disc to be dubbed (approximate) D Information about the title to be dubbed E Dubbing mode and the space that remains after dubbing (approximate)
b Notes High-speed Dubbing is not available for the following titles: Titles recorded in HQ+. Titles that contain both main and sub sounds (except DVD-RWs/DVD-Rs (VR mode)). Titles recorded in mixed picture size (4:3 and 16:9 etc.) (except DVD-RWs/DVD-Rs (VR mode)). Dubbing from DVD to HDD Dubbing 16:9 size title from HDD to DVD+RW/DVD+R When dubbing a title with a picture size of 16:9 recorded in LP, EP, or SLP mode to a DVD-RW or DVD-R in Video mode. When dubbed to a DVD-RW (Video mode)/ DVD+RW/DVD+R/DVD-R (Video mode), the seams that are left over from editing may remain on the disc. If you edit a title, use the Original Dubbing or Rec Mode Conversion Dubbing method. This will smooth out the seams.
Rec Mode Conversion Dubbing HDD n +RW / -RWVR / -RWVideo / / -RVR / -RVideo +R
Allows you to dub from the HDD to a DVD or vice versa, in a dubbing mode that differs from the original recordings. For example, when you dub an HQ title (data size is large) in SP mode, you can reduce the data size, saving more titles using less space. Select a mode different from the original recording in Dub Mode in the steps of Dubbing a single title (Title Dubbing) (page 74) or Dubbing multiple titles (Dub Selected Titles) (page 75). When dubbing multiple titles, all of the selected titles will be recorded in same recording mode.
, Dimmer in the Others setup is set to Save Power (page 96).
, It may take a few seconds for the disc tray to open after you have recorded or edited a DVD. This is because the recorder is adding disc data to the disc.
The disc tray does not open and LOCKED appears in the front panel display.
, The disc tray is locked. Cancel the Child Lock (page 53).
The remote does not function.
, Batteries are weak. , The remote is too far from the recorder. , The remotes manufacturer code returned to the default setting when you replaced the batteries. Reset the code (page 17). , The remote is not pointed at the remote sensor on the recorder. , Different command modes are set for the recorder and remote. Set the same command mode (page 18). The default command mode setting for this recorder and the supplied remote is DVD3. , Press x (stop) on the unit while the recorder is turned off to check the current command mode.
You dubbed a title, but the title did not appear in the HDD Title List.
, The title contained a copy protection signal, so it was moved (page 73).
The disc tray does not open and TRAY LOCKED appears in the front panel display.
, Contact your Sony dealer or local authorized Sony service facility.
High-speed dubbing is not possible.
, The title cannot be dubbed at high-speed (page 72). Even if A-B erasure is performed so that a title does not contain mixed picture sizes, it is still treated as a title with mixed picture sizes.
The disc tray does not open and you cannot remove the disc after you press Z (open/close).
, Turn off the recorder. Once the clock appears in the front panel display, disconnect the mains lead. (If the recorder does not turn off or if the clock does not appear in the front panel display, disconnect the mains lead anyway.) Connect the mains lead again while pressing down A on the recorder, and release the button when the disc tray opens. Then, keep [/1 on the recorder pressed for about ten seconds until WELCOME appears in the front panel display.
Mechanical sound is heard when the recorder is off.
, While the recorder is adjusting the clock for the Auto Clock Set function or scanning the programme positions for the PDC/VPS function, operational noises (such as the internal fan) may be heard, even when the power is off. This is not a malfunction. , To reduce the number of times that the fan turns on automatically, set Power save standby to On in the Others setup (page 96).
Notes about the discs
Notes About This Recorder
If the recorder 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 recorder. Should this occur, the recorder may not operate properly. In this case, if the recorder is on, leave it on (if it is off, leave it off) for about an hour until the moisture evaporates. When you move the recorder, take out any discs. If you dont, the disc may be damaged.
To keep the disc clean, handle the disc by its edge. Do not touch the surface. Dust, fingerprints, or scratches on the disc may cause it to malfunction.
RECOVERY appears in the front panel display.
, The recorders recovery function was activated when the recorder was turned on because the power was turned off or failed during recording. Leave the recorder on until RECOVERY disappears from the front panel display.
Self-diagnosis Function (When letters/numbers appear in the display)
When the self-diagnosis function is activated to prevent the recorder from malfunctioning, a five-character service number (e.g., C 13 00) with a combination of a letter and four numbers appears in the front panel display. In this case, check the following table.
First three Cause and/or corrective characters of action the service number C 13 There is a problem in the HDD. , Contact your nearest Sony dealer or local authorized service facility. The DVD is dirty. , Clean the disc with a soft cloth. The DVD/CD is not inserted correctly. , Re-insert the disc correctly.
Do not expose the disc to direct sunlight or heat sources such as hot air ducts, or leave it in a car parked in direct sunlight as the temperature may rise considerably inside the car. After playing, store the disc in its case. Clean the disc with a cleaning cloth. Wipe the disc from the centre out.
On adjusting volume
Do not turn up the volume while listening to a section with very low level inputs or no audio signals. If you do, the speakers may be damaged when a peak level section is played.
Clean the cabinet, panel, and controls with a soft cloth slightly moistened with a mild detergent solution. Do not use any type of abrasive pad, scouring powder or solvent such as alcohol or benzine.
HDD ERROR appears in the front panel display.
, The hard disk error occurred. Press down [/1 on the recorder for ten seconds until WELCOME appears in the front panel display. If this does not resolve the problem, format the recorders HDD by pressing down the HDD button on the recorder for more than ten seconds until FORMAT appears in the front panel display. Note that all the contents recorded on the HDD will be erased. If this does not fix the problem, contact your nearest Sony dealer.
22 kilohms (VIDEO): Phono jack/1.0 Vp-p (S VIDEO): 4-pin mini DIN/Y: 1.0 Vp-p, C: 0.3 Vp-p (PAL) LINE 1 TV: 21-pin CVBS IN/OUT S-Video/RGB OUT (upstream) LINE 3/DECODER: 21-pin CVBS IN/OUT S-Video/RGB IN (RGB signals cannot be recorded, except with French RDR-HX520 and RDRHX920 models.) S-Video OUT (downstream) Decoder DV IN: 4-pin/i.LINK S100 DIGITAL OUT (COAXIAL): Phono jack/ 0.5 Vp-p/75 ohms
This recorder is designed to record using the PAL colour system and play back using the PAL or NTSC colour systems. For French RDR-HX520 and RDR-HX920 models only The signals of the SECAM colour system can be received or recorded but played back in the PAL colour system only. Recording of video sources based on other colour systems cannot be guaranteed.
About the name i.LINK
i.LINK is a more familiar term for IEEE 1394 data transport bus proposed by SONY, and is a trademark approved by many corporations. IEEE 1394 is an international standard standardized by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.
i.LINK baud rate
i.LINKs maximum baud rate varies according to the equipment. Three maximum baud rates are defined: S100 (approx. 100 Mbps*) S200 (approx. 200 Mbps) S400 (approx. 400 Mbps)
The DV IN jack on this recorder is i.LINKcompliant for digital video cameras. This section describes the i.LINK standard and its features.
(Y, PB/CB, PR/CR): Phono jack/Y: 1.0 Vp-p, PB/CB: 0.7 Vp-p, PR/CR: 0.7 Vp-p
What is i.LINK?
i.LINK is a digital serial interface for handling digital video, digital audio and other data in two directions between equipment having the i.LINK jack, and for controlling other equipment. i.LINK-compatible equipment can be connected by a single i.LINK cable. Possible applications are operations and data transactions with various digital AV equipment. When two or more i.LINKcompatible equipment are connected to this recorder in a daisy chain, operations and data transactions are possible with not only the equipment that this recorder is connected to but also with other devices via the directly connected equipment. Note, however, that the method of operation sometimes varies according to the characteristics and specifications of the equipment to be connected, and that operations and data transactions are sometimes not possible on some connected equipment.
RDR-HX520: 42 W RDR-HX720/HX722/HX920: 44 W
The baud rate is listed under Specifications in the instruction manual of each equipment. It is also indicated near the i.LINK jack on some equipment. The maximum baud rate of equipment on which it is not indicated such as this unit is S100. When units are connected to equipment having a different maximum baud rate, the baud rate sometimes differs from the indicated baud rate.
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R645 10k R619 10k
* R643 10k
UNSW5V-I L601 47uH GND-I GND-V TH601 C656 0.1u B 16V C604 0.1u B 16V C607 47u 16V
STB_RXD JL636 R664 100
RISM_STATUS5_1 R611 10k
POWER FAIL R623 0
REF. R648 R650 R652 MODEL HX725: AEP3/ HX727: AEP3/ HX10k XX 10k XX 10k HX520: AEP3/ HX525/ HX725: AEP1, UK/ HX920 HX727: AEP10k XX 10k 10k XX XX XX XX XX 10k XX XX 10k HX520: AEP1,2, UK/ HX720/HX722 XX XX XX XX 10k XX 10k XX
C619 0.01u B 25V
C620 47p 50V
C621 0.1u B 16V
C622 47p 50V
C623 0.1u B 16V
C624 47p 50V
C626 0.1u B 16V
Q611-615 AV LINK 100k R1609 150k 4.6 5.1 5.1 4.5 4.5 Q614 MSD601-RST1 R1613 22k 4.R1621 33k
5.1 R1603 10k R699 10k 0 4.6
Q612 MSB709-RT1 2.6
R654 R672 R679 R682 R683
C649 0.1u B 16V Q615 MSD601-RST1
For Schematic Diagram Refer to page 4-4 for waveforms.
AV-103 BOARD(6/8) A
CR/R GND_V Y/G 21
0.4 1.3 0.4 5.-3.3 0
TO RD-060 BOARD(5/7) CN604
GND_V CB/B GND_V Y VIDEO5V C GND_V RECCCR
RECVY GND_V RECB TO RD-060 BOARD(5/7) CN602 GND_V RECG GND_V RECR GND_V FSW
C720 47u 25V
5.0 Q708 MSD601-RST1 Y
JL747 JL748 JL714
J703 COMPONENT VIDEO OUT PR / CR PB / CB
L3G Q709 MSD601-RST1 L3RC Y/G R740 1.3 22
C721 47u 25V
R2W 0.7 RRECVY RECCCR
C728 1u B
C730 22u 25V
C733 C734 0.1u 0.1u B B C772 0.1u B
C735 0.1u B
C738 0.1u B
C740 0.1u B
C744 47u 25V
C745 47u 25V
FSW XP_VMUTE D703 1SR154-400TE-25 D704 1SR154-400TE-25 L701 5.0 22uH IC701 TK72233CMCL-G R715 47k 2.9 R1.3 Q711 MSD601-RST1 -3.3V REG CB/B R742 1.Q710 MSD601-RST1
5.0 L704 10uH 0.7 R5.0 R2W
UNSW-8V-V 5.1 UNSW5V-V
R1736 10k 4.3
Q715 2SB1197K-T-146-R 5V SWITCH 5.1
VOUT CONT VEE VEE GND NP
0.7 R753 2200
R0.1 C701 47u 25V
BC716 47u 25V C714 47u 25V
C703 0.01u B
C715 0.1u B
C718 0.1u B
C717 47u 25V
Q716 MUN2213T1 SWITCH
C774 1u B
C775 47u 25V
CN501 13P: EXCEPT HX520: AEP3/HX725: AEP3/HX727: AEP3/HX920/HX925 21P: HX520: AEP3/HX725: AEP3/HX727: AEP3/HX920/HX925
JL801 JL803 JL802
8P IR_GND UN5V XIR_RST 7 8
JL906 JL907 JL908 JL909 JL910 JL911 R1116 100k RR0 0
CNVss XCE SH_TXD2
C1109 15p C1110 15p R1108 680
0 4.9 R1139 10k R1140 10k R1141 10k JL902 STB_RXD JL901 STB_TXD Q1104 2SB1561T100Q SWITCH
X1101 16MHz C1111 0.1u B
2.3 4.0 0
5.JL904 R1143 0
R1105 1k RNAND IC1103 SN74AHC1G00DCKR JL903 0
R1110 4.9 1k 4.9 4.9
Vcc B A
RRC1104 470p B RC1103 1u B 1608 R1132 150
4.9 D1103 STZ6.8N-T146 R1120 1k JL913 JL914 JL915 J1101 G-LINK
(FLUORESCENT TUBE DISPLAY)
10G 11G 12G P16 P15 P14 P13 P12 P11 P10 1G 2G 3G 4G 5G 6G 7G 8G 9G P9 P8 P7 P6 P5 P4 P3 P2 P1 F1
SEG4 JL3153 JL3154 SEG3 JL3155
SEG10 JL3142 JL3143
NO MARK:REC/PB MODE :Voltage measurement of the CSP IC and the Transistors with mark,is not possible.
5.6 C3110 0.0068u 200V
5.Q3102 2SC2411K-T-146-CR 7
C3106 100u 16V
C3113 0.1u B 50V 2012
TU_G_MAX_1 VREF AVCC TEST3_CONT START SYNCIN SVREF TEST2 VDD3 CVIN1 VSS3 TEST3 TU_AFT1
I I O I I I I I I I
Input of tuner gain signal Power supply input (Analog 5V) Power supply input (Analog 5V) Not used Input of oscillation selection signal Input composite video signal When slice the vertical synchronous signal input slice power Fixed at GND Power supply input (Analog 5V) Input of component video signal Analog GND Fixed at L Input of tuner ATF control signal
5-2. MAIN CONTROL IC (IC103: R8A34012BG (RD-060 BOARD))
A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 A10 A11 A12 A13 A14 A15 A16 A17 A18 A19 A20 A21 A22 A23 A24 A25 AA1 AA2 AA3 AA4 AA5 AA6 AA7 AA8 AA9 AA10 AA11 AA12 AA13 AA14 AA15 AA16 AA17 AA18 AA19 AA20 AA21 AA22 AA23 AA24 AA25 AB1 AB2 AB3
AT1DATA AT1DATA AT1DATA AT1DIOW AT1INTRQ HDREQ HWS HCS HCS HADRS HADRS HADRS HADRS HADRS HADRS HADRS HADRS MSDATA MSDATA SCLK CTS TX RTS RTS DVDD TRDATA TRDATA TRSYNC EVENT VDD33 VRMA VRMB VSSDAD10 RREF1(REXT1) REF2(REXT2) VDD33 VDD VSS VDD VSS VDD33 VDD DADRS DADRS VDD DDATA VDD25 DDATA DDATA DDATA TRDATA TRDATA TRST
I/O I/O I/O O I O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O I/O I/O I/O I/O O O I
Input/output of data 11 for DVD Input/output of data 12 for DVD Input/output of data 14 Output of DVD write signal Input of IRQ signal Fixed at L Output of write strove signal 0 Fixed at H Fixed at H Output of address 30 Output of address 26 Output of address 22 Output of address 21 Output of address 17 Output of address 13 Output of address 10 Output of address 7 Fixed at L Fixed at L Not usedd Fixed at H Output of UART(CSIO)/GPIO Output of UART(CSIO)/GPIO Output of UART(CSIO)/GPIO Power supply input (Digital 1.0V) Not used Not used Not used Not used Power supply input (Digital 3.4V) Fixed at L Fixed at L Analog GND Fixed at L Fixed at L Power supply input (Digital 3.4V) Power supply input (Digital 1.0V) Digital GND Power supply input (Digital 1.0V) Digital GND Power supply input (Digital 3.4V) Power supply input (Digital 1.0V) Output of address 3 for SDRAM Output of address 10 for SDRAM Power supply input (Digital 1.0V) Input/output of data 8 for SDRAM Power supply input (Digital 2.5V) Input/output of data 10 for SDRAM Input/output of data 3 for SDRAM Input/output of data 4 for SDRAM Not used Not used Fixed at L
AB4 AB5 AB6 AB7 AB8 AB9 AB10 AB11 AB12 AB13 AB14 AB15 AB16 AB17 AB18 AB19 AB20 AB21 AB22 AB23 AB24 AB25 AC1 AC2 AC3 AC4 AC5 AC6 AC7 AC8 AC9 AC10 AC11 AC12 AC13 AC14 AC15 AC16 AC17 AC18 AC19 AC21 AC20 AC22 AC23 AC24 AC25 AD1 AD2 AD3 AD4 AD5 AD6
VCCAAD10A VROA VROB VCCAAD10B VCCADA10 VCCADA10 VCCADA10 VSS TESTMOD REC656V REC656O REC656O PXCLK REC656O DADRS VDD25 DADRS DADRS DADRS VSS DDATA DDATA TRDATA TCK TDO VRPA VRPB VSSAAD10B VCCDAD10 VSSDDA10A VDDDDA10 VSSDDA10B TESTMOD TESTMOD REC656H REC656I REC656O REC656O REC656I DADRS DADRS DADRS VSS DADRS DWE VDD25 DDATA EVENT VINA1 VSSAAD10A NC VCCAAD10B ROUT(PD0)
Lenovo G565 KDC-MPV5025 HT-R640 AJM180 12 WM-GX322 Matrix 37 3000Z GTA 480 Feurio DCR-SX73E WL-500G-C UR2-CBL-cv04 G-202 GA-965P-ds4 CLT-9903 C2800 40333 Yamaha P120 AVH-P5700DVD 50-2003 SH-GE70 Stereo HT-X710T 880 PRO WM2688hnma WR426F-2001 Satellite A350 Ellipse 605 UX-81 MT-42PZ12 IR7086 4 0 Z935X TLP X20 F200 EXR IC-E2820 DCR-TRV235E Triax C5 YO-300 LE26B450c4W VT2442 2125 Cdma Wl-331 CQ-C1001NW PRO-smart COM LQ-680 Racer F1 F45FD SC-AK27 Imedia 6412 RM2291 MS-4010 GPS 40 Samsung L200 42PF7320A GTO1004D CX7220 Cascade 7944 Smcwpcit-G DVD-1940 PLA200 AM100 Easyshare ONE TA-DB790 250 AFI Colorbase Vocaloid2 GA-5AX E D AT-200PRO MP180 Ihome IP41 EX-Z29 K8upgrade-VM800 CF-3100 Sport DR-670 Diagram DS19390 LD-2120W 3 8 2 1 LA32R71B VGN-SZ5xn-C Review WF-J1254 Starcraft Sp4000 Hddv 8000 NX7400 EW878F Tour 06 Tyros M2062D Aspire 5570 Ericsson X10I KV-20M20 NV-EX21B Pixi Plus Lifebook B LAC7800
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