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Before You Begin
Thank you for choosing the Sony radio! It will give you many hours of reliable service and listening pleasure. Before operating the radio, please read these instructions thoroughly and retain them for future reference.
PLL Synthesized FM Stereo Headphone Radio
To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose the unit to rain or moisture. To avoid electrical shock, do not open the cabinet. Refer servicing to qualified personnel only.
You are cautioned that any changes or modifications not expressly approved in this manual could void your authority to operate this equipment.
A PLL (Phase Locked Loop) synthesized handsfree headset style FM stereo headphone radio Use as a stereo headphone set by simply connecting to an MD WALKMAN*, CD WALKMAN, etc. Presets for up to 15 FM stations. The display shows the frequency only while tuning. * MD WALKMAN is a trademark of Sony Corporation.
Sony Corporation 2000 Printed in China
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the condition that this device does not cause harmful interference. INFORMATION
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/ TV technician for help.
Operate the unit only on 1.5V DC with one size AAA (R03) battery. Avoid exposure to temperature extremes, direct sunlight, moisture, sand, dust or mechanical shock. Never leave in a car parked in the sun. Should anything fall into the unit, remove the battery, and have the unit checked by qualified personnel before operating it any further. To clean the casing, use a soft cloth dampened with a mild detergent solution. In vehicles or in buildings, radio reception may be difficult or noisy. Try listening near a window. This product is not designed to be splashresistant, so you should take care to use the unit when raining, snowing or in a watersplash place.
Notes on Headphones
Do not use headphones 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 headphones at high volume while walking, especially at pedestrian crossings. You should exercise extreme caution or discontinue use in potentially hazardous situations.
Preventing hearing damage
Avoid using headphones at high volume. Hearing experts advise against continuous, loud and extended play. If you experience a ringing in your ears, reduce volume or discontinue use.
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The model number is located on the housing and the serial number in the battery compartment. Record the serial number in the space provided below. Refer to them whenever you call your Sony dealer regarding this product. Model No. SHR-M1 Serial No.
Caring for others
Keep the volume at a moderate level. This will allow you to hear outside sounds and to be considerate to people around you.
If there is lightning when you are using the unit, take off the headphones radio immediately. If you have any questions or problems concerning your unit, please consult your nearest Sony dealer.
Frequency range: FM 87.5-108 MHz Channel step: 0.1 MHz Power output: 3.5 mW + 3.5 mW
Headphone type: Open-air Dynamic Driver unit: 30 mm Dome type Input: 3.5 mm stereo mini-jack Maximum input: 100 mW Impedance: 24 ohms (at 1 kHz) Frequency characteristic: 14 to 24,000 Hz
Power requirements 1.5 V DC, one size AAA (R03) battery Mass Approx. 99.5 g (3.5 oz) incl. a battery, not incl. cord Accessories supplied Connecting cord (1) Design and specifications are subjected to change without notice.
SENS (DX/LOCAL) VOL
When the radio is not operated, the display goes off.
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Earpad AUDIO IN RADIO ON/OFFi TUNE, +/
Battery compartment lid
Installing the battery (See Fig. A)
Open the battery compartment lid on the left earpad (marked L on the outside) and insert one size AAA (R03) battery. Be sure to position the battery according to the polarity indicated in the compartment and insert the battery from the # side first.
3 Adjust VOL (volume).
To turn off the radio Set RADIO ON/OFFi to OFF i. If noise is heard due to too strong reception signal Set SENS to LOCAL. Normally, set SENS to DX.
Presetting Your Favorite Stations
You can preset up to 15 of your favorite FM stations. To access the stations, simply select the corresponding PRESET numbers (M1 to M15).
Using Sony alkaline size AAA (LR03) battery: Approx. 27 hours Using Sony size AAA (R03) battery: Approx. 11 hours
Replacing the battery
When the sound becomes weak or distorted, replace battery with new one.
Presetting a Station
Alarm for Battery Exhaustion
When the battery becomes weak, an alarm will beep, and batt will flash in the display. Then, the power will be turned off. When you turn on the power, you can listen to the radio for a while, however, the alarm will beep again. Make sure to replace the battery with a new one.
1 Tune in a station to be preset manually. 2 Keep pressing PRESET (M1-M15) until
M2 flashes and three beeps sound. Example: When the 90.0 MHz station is preset to M2.
3 Press TUNE +/ to select the PRESET 4 Press PRESET (M1-M15).
You will hear beeps and presetting is complete. (M1-M15) number.
Insert from the # side first.
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Notes on batteries
Align the battery correctly. The dry battery cannot be charged. To avoid damage from possible battery leakage, remove the battery when the unit will not be used for a long time.
Changing the Preset Station
Follow from step 2 above to preset a new station. The station previously stored to the same preset number will be canceled.
If the battery compartment lid is detached (See Fig. B)
If the compartment lid is opened forcibly, the lid may become detached. If this happens, reattach the lid as shown in the figure.
Tuning in a Preset Station
1 Set RADIO ON/OFFi to ON. 2 Press PRESET (M1-M15) so that the 3
desired preset number appears in the display. Adjust VOL (volume).
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Wearing the Radio(See Fig. C)
1 While positioning the left earpad
(marked L on the outside) on your left side and the right earpad (marked R on the outside) on your right side, wear the neckband around the back of your head. Put your left ear between the earpad (marked L on the outside) and the neckband, and your right ear between the earpad (marked R on the outside) and the neckband. Adjust the angle of the neckband to fit the headphones on your ears.
Listening to the sound of MD WALKMAN, CD WALKMAN, etc.
(See Fig. D)
This unit can be used as a headphones. Connecting the connecting cord (supplied) to an portable audio equipment such as an MD WALKMAN or CD WALKMAN allows you to enjoy various sources via this unit.
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1 Set RADIO ON/OFFi to OFFi. 2 Connect the connecting cord (supplied)
to the AUDIO IN jack of this unit and to the i (headphones) jack of an MD WALKMAN, etc. Connect the L shaped connecting cord (supplied) to the jack of an MD WALKMAN, and the other cord to this unit. Operate the MD WALKMAN, etc. To adjust the volume, use the volume control on the connected equipment, such as an MD WALKMAN, etc.
Playing the Radio
To a headphone jack (stereo mini-jack) of MD WALKMAN, CD WALKMAN, etc.
The display turns on only when the radio is operated, so you can tune in a station while seeing the display.
1 Set RADIO ON/OFFi to ON. 2 Press TUNE +/ to tune in a station.
When + is pressed, the frequency is raised. When is pressed, the frequency is lowered. Each time + or is pressed, the frequency is changed in 0.1 MHz units. To rapidly change the frequency, keep pressing + or.
Notes To operate the radio while an audio equipment is connected, turn off the equipment and set RADIO ON/OFFi on this unit to ON. Refer to the operating instructions supplied with the equipment to be connected.
Ver 1.0 1999.10
E Model Tourist Model
Radio segment Frequency range: Channel Step: Power output: FM MHz 0.1 MHz 3.5 mW + 3.5 mW Others Power requirements Mass Accessories supplied Headphone segment Headphone type: Open-air Dynamic Driver unit: 30 mm Dome type Input: 3.5 mm stereo mini-jack Maximum input: 100 mW Impedance: 24 (at 1 kHz) Frequency characteristic: 14 to 24,000 Hz 1.5 V DC, one R03 (size AAA) battery Approx. 99.5 g (3.5 oz) incl. a battery, not incl. cord Sony R03 (size AAA) battery (1) Connecting cord (1)
Design and specifications are subject to change without notice
PLL SYNTHESIZER FM STEREO HEADPHONE RADIO
TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. GENERAL 3 2. DISASSEMBLY
2-1. Driver (030F023A)(L) 4 2-2. Jack Board 4 2-3. Driver (030F023A)(R) 5 2-4. Main Board 5 2-5. Key Board 6 2-6. Belt 6
In order to repair the machine while the main power is on, connecting tool the MAIN board with the KEY board with a dedicated tool (J2503-012-A), is convenient.
3. ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENT 7 4. DIAGRAMS
4-1. Block Diagram 9 4-2. Printed Wiring Board Main Board 11 4-3. Schematic Diagram 13 4-4. Printed Wiring Board Key Board 15 4-5. Ic Pin Function Description 17
5. EXPLODED VIEWS 18 6. ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST 19
SECTION 1 GENERAL
This section is extracted from instruction manual.
SECTION 2 DISASSEMBLY
Disassemble the unit in the order as shown below.
Driver (030F023A) (L) Driver (030F023A) (R) JACK Board MAIN Board KEY Board Belt
Follow the disassembly procedure in the numerical order given.
2-1. DRIVER (030F023A)(L)
1 Pad, ear 2 Cushion
5 Driver (030F023A)
Rear side (Remove the two solderings.)
Release the three claws.
Lead wire (white)
Lead wire (red)
2-2. JACK BOARD
Precaution for installation
1 Two screws (+P2 8) 3 Cabinet (lower)(L)
Natural Green + Natural Green + Natural Red Green Natural ANT Red Green + Red Green
2 Release the two claws. 5 Cabinet (main)(L)
7 Wire (10 arbor), lead 6 Remove the ten solderings. 9 Lead wire (A) qa Remove the JACK board in the direction of the arrow. 8 Remove the soldering.
Green + Natural
Solder the lead wires (10 arbor) directly to the position as shown while being cautious of colors. Solder the lead wire (A) to ANT terminal directly.
qs Screw (+P2 6)
Knob S302 J302
0 Release the claw.
4 Release the three claws. qd Cabinet (upper)(L)
Belt S301 Knob Slide the S301 and S302 in the direction of the arrows.
2-3. DRIVER (030F023A)(R)
Rrear side (Remove the two solderings.)
3 Release the three claws.
2-4. MAIN BOARD
1 Two screws (+P2 8)
Rear side JACK board
2 Release the three claws. 3 Cabinet (lower)(R)
ANT Green Natural Red Green + Red Green + Natural Green + Red Green Red Green + Natural Solder the lead wires (10 arbor) directly to the position as shown while being cautious of colors. Solder the lead wire (A) to ANT terminal directly. Natural
5 Cabinet (main)(R) qa MAIN board 6 Remove the connector. (CN1) 9 Remove the soldering from the rear side. 7Remove the ten solderings from the rear side. q; Lead wire (A) 8 Wire (10 arbor), lead
4 Release the three claws.
2-5. KEY BOARD
1 Screw (+P2 8) 2 Holder (button) 4 KEY board
5 Cabinet upper (R) assy
Precaution for installation Lead wire (ten conductors) Lead wire (A)
Right side Marking 5.5cm Wire (10 arbor), lead Lead wire (A)
6 Lead wire (A) 5 Wire (10 arbor), lead
Center Tip Mark at the 5.5 cm position from the tip of the lead wire and align the marking with the center position as shown in the illustration. Attach the Cap (R) and leads with adhesive agent.
3 Cap (R)
4 Hook (R)
Left side Marking 9.5cm
1 Cap (L)
Wire (10 arbor), lead Lead wire (A)
Mark at the 9.5 cm position from the tip of the lead wire and align the marking with the center position as shown in the illustration. Attach the Cap (L) and leads with adhesive agent.
SECTION 3 ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENT
FM RF signal generator 0.01F to ANT (TP6) 75kHz (100%) amplitude modulation by 1kHz signal. Output level : as low as possible Level meter 16 Set + Carrier frequency : 98MHz Modulation : no modulation Output level : 0.1V (100dB)
FM VCO Adjustment Procedure :
FM RF signal generator 0.01F to ANT (TP6)
1. Connect frequency counter to the positions shown below. 2. Tune the set to 98 MHz. 3. Adjust RV1 so that the value of the frequency counter reading becomes 19 kHz.
Speaker terminal (SP+/SP)
1F IC2 Pin qs 100k IC2 Pin 9 +
Repeat the procedures in each adjustment several times. FM TRACKING ADJUSTMENT Adjust for a maximum reading on level meter. L1 76.0MHz CT1 108.0MHz FM IF ADJUSTMENT Adjust for a maximum reading on level meter. T1 10.7MHz Adjustment Location: MAIN board Side A
Specification Value : Frequency counter 18,500 19,500 Hz
IC24 T1 RV1 FM IF freg. adjustment FM VCO adjustment CT1 FM tracking adjustment L1 FM tracking adjustment
SP (+) SP ()
SECTION 4 DIAGRAMS
IC BLOCK DIAGRAMS
Note on Printed Wiring Board: X : parts extracted from the conductor side. a : Through hole. b : Pattern from the side which enables seeing. Caution: Pattern face side: (SIDE A) Parts face side: (SIDE B) Parts on the pattern face side seen from the pattern face are indicated. Parts on the parts face side seen from the parts face are indicated.
MIX OUT OSC VCC
24 AM RF IN
21 PILOT IN 20 MPX IN 22 DET OUT 19 LPF 2B 18 LPF 2A 13 ST IND 23 IN SW 15 ROUT 14 LOUT 16 LPFVCO
SWITCH PILOT FM AM 0 PRE VCO 90 DEVIDE DECODE ST IND
AM DET FM DET AM IF
Note on Schematic Diagram: All capacitors are in F unless otherwise noted. pF: F 50 WV or less are not indicated except for electrolytics and tantalums. All resistors are in and 1/4 W or less unless otherwise specified. C : panel designation. U : B+ Line. H : adjustment for repair. 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 (detuned) conditions. no mark : FM 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. Signal path. F : FM J : AUDIO IN Abbreviation JE : Tourist model.
QUAD AGC GND
PWR 1 R-IN 2 GND 3 L-IN 4 AMP REG VCC BIAS AMP POWER SWITCH MUTE 10 MUTE 9 R-OUT 8 GND 7 L-OUT
AM IF IN
FM IF IN
4-1. BLOCK DIAGRAM
L1, CT1 TP2 VT FM TRACKING TU+1.5V
12 STOP PULSE
7 FM STEREO DECODER IC2
D1 J301 AUDIO IN
FM FRONT END IC1
AGC TU+1.5V FM IF AMP QT1 FM IF TP7 IF IN 3 CF1 TP8 DET OUT FM IF IN FM IF FM DET FM IF
TP6 ANT TP303 D2 TU+1.5V L2
1 VREF 20 DET OUT L OUT R OUT RV101 VOL TP305 L-CH SP1 AMP 7 TP304 R-CH L SPRV1 FM VCO BIAS AMP 9 R
OSC 5 OSC
POWER AMP IC102 4
MPX IN PILOT IN
PRE 0 VCO
DECODE DEVIDE 90
MAIN BOARD (1/2)
MAIN BOARD (2/2)
MUTE 10 TP3 VCO FM VCO AMP Q1 TP4 VT TP202 VT PLL LPF Q201,EO 31 COM0-3 | LCD0-8 | 43 TP201 VCO SYSTEM CONTROL LCD DRIVE 21 VCOH MUTE 3 IC201 BEEP 52 POWER 53 TP211 MUTE TP209 BEEP TP208 POWER S| | 1 TP11 MUTE OFF i TP10 BEEP
TP206 13V S201 TUNE+ S202 TUNES203 PRESET
TP213 KS TP214 UP TP215 DOWN TP216 PRESET
9 KSI 11 UP 12 ENTER 13 PRESET
LED DRIVE Q204
CE 50 TP212 TEST Signal path : FM : AUDIO IN 24 XOUT X201 75kHz 25 XIN TP205 T-ON TUNE ON 4 VDD TEST BATT DET 17 BATTERY DETECT Q203
D202-204 (LCD BACK LIGHT) TP210 1.5V TP207 2.5V
TP12 1.5V VOLTAGE DETECT IC202
DRY BATTERY SIZE "AA" (IEC DESIGNATION R03) 1PCS, 1.5V
D201 BT201 LITHIUM BATTERY PAS621L
DC/DC CONVERTER IC301 DC/DC CONVERTER L304, Q301,302 +2.5V SW Q303,304
TU+1.5V SW Q101,102
4-2. PRINTED WIRING BOARD MAIN SECTION
Semiconductor Refer to page 8 for Note on Printed Wiring Board.
Ref. No. D1 D2 D301 D302 D303 D304 IC1 IC2 IC102 IC301 Q1 Q2 Q101 Q102 Q301 Q302 Q303 Q304 Location B-2 B-3 D-2 D-2 E-5 E-4 B-2 A-2 B-1 D-4 B-3 A-2 B-5 B-5 D-3 D-3 D-5 D-5
MAIN BOARD (SIDE A)
MAIN BOARD (SIDE B)
TO KEY BOARD CN201
1 B C E
24 E 8 5
B B C C E MODEL E E C B
20 13V 2V
S1 SENS DX LOCAL
ANT POWER SP+ SP
RV1 RV1 01-1
E MODEL SP+
SP2 SPEAKER RCH
JACK BOARD (SIDE A)
JACK BOARD (SIDE B)
1.5V POWER S302 RADIO ON/OFF OFF ON
RCH SP+ LCH
GND E C B
13V 2V T-ON E B C E
S301 AUDIO IN 3 RADIO
1-675-125SP1 SPEAKER LCH
J301 AUDIO IN
4-3. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
Refer to page 8 for Note on Schematic Diagram and IC block diagrams.
TOTAL CURRENT SEGMENT ON: 56 mA SEGMENT OFF: 40 mA
D202 - 204 (LCD BACK LIGHT)
4-4. PRINTED WIRING BOARD KEY BOARD
Refer to page 8 for Note on Printed Wiring Board.
KEY BOARD (SIDE A)
S201 TUNE+ TO MAIN BOARD CN1
KEY BOARD (SIDE B)
E MODEL JE MODEL S202 TUNE 4 B B E C E C E C B
(L IQ UI D 10 LC CR D YS 20 TA 1 L DI SP LA Y) 5
Ref. No. D201 D204 IC201 IC202 Q201 Q202 Q203 Q204 Location C-2 C-7 B-5 B-3 B-3 B-3 C-3 C-1
4-5. IC PIN FUNCTION DESCRIPTION
IC201 (uPD17072GB-563-1A7) SYSTEM CONTROL, LCD DRIVE
Pin No. 1 to to to to to 56 Pin Name NC MUTE TUNE ON NC KSI NC UP ENTER RESET NC LED TEST BATT DET GND EO VCOL VCOH REG0 VDD XOUT XIN REG1 REG LCD0 CAP LCD0 CAP LCD1 REG LCD1 COM0-3 LCD0-14 CE INT BEEP POWER NC O I I/O O O O I I I O I I O I I O O I O O O I Not used (open) Low when radio muting (no sound) High when radio is turned on Not used (open)s Low when OFF HOLD = HI Not used (open) Key input Key input Key input Not used (open) High when LED is turned on Test mode when initial high BATT LOW = High GND terminal Output to the charge pump of PLL synthesizer VCO input VCO input form FM local oscillating circuit 2-regulator output Power terminal System clock output (75 kHz) System clock input (75 kHz) Regulator output LCD drive power terminal Capacitor ground terminal 2-capacitor ground terminal LCD drive power terminal Common signal output to LCD Segment signal output to LCD Low when back-up Initial setting Beep sound signal output Power ON/OFF control signal H = ON, L = OFF Not used (open) Description
SECTION 5 EXPLODED VIEWS
NOTE: -XX, -X mean standardized parts, so they may have some differences from the original one. Items marked * are not stocked since they are seldom required for routine service. Some delay should be anticipated when ordering these items. The mechanical parts with no reference number in the exploded views are not supplied. Accessories and packing materials are given in the last of this parts list. Color Indication of Appearance Parts Example: KNOB, BALANCE (WHITE). (RED) Parts of Color Cabinets Color Abbreviation JE : Tourist model.
#2 a b
#2 Part No.
Ref. No. 14 15
Part No. 3-040-773-01 1-505-322-11 3-040-281-01 3-040-285-01 3-040-285-11 3-040-291-01 3-040-289-01 3-040-290-01 A-3663-410-A A-3663-434-A 3-040-301-01 A-3663-408-A A-3663-436-A X-3378-016-1 X-3378-059-1 3-040-284-01 3-040-292-01 3-040-280-01 3-040-280-11 3-040-280-31
Description PAD,EAR DRIVER (030F023A) CABINET (LOWER) (R) CABINET (MAIN) (R) (JE) CABINET (MAIN) (R) (E) BUTTON (-) BUTTON (+) BUTTON (PRESET) MAIN BOARD, COMPLETE (JE) MAIN BOARD, COMPLETE (E) HOLDER (BUTTON) KEY BOARD, COMPLETE (JE) KEY BOARD, COMPLETE (E) CABINET (UPPER) (R) ASSY (SILVER) CABINET (UPPER) (R) ASSY (BLUE) LID,BATTERY CASE BUTTON (BATTERY CASE LID) CABINET (UPPER) (L) (JE) (SILVER) CABINET (UPPER) (L) (JE) (BLUE) CABINET (UPPER) (L) (E) (SILVER)
Ref. No. 29 * LCD201 #1 #2
Description TERMINAL (-), BATTERY JACK BOARD, COMPLETE (JE) JACK BOARD, COMPLETE (E) KNOB(POWER) CABINET (MAIN) (L) CABINET (LOWER) (L) WIRE(10 ARBOR), LEAD HOOK(L) HOOK(R) CAP(L) CAP(R) BELT BATTERY, PAS SECONDARY CONDUCTIVE BOARD, CONNECTION HOLDER (LCD) CASE (LCD), SHIELD ILLUMINATOR (A) ILLUMINATOR (B) CUSHION DISPLAY PANEL, LIQUID CRYSTAL
3-040-304-01 A-3663-412-A A-3663-438-A 3-040-287-01 3-040-286-01 3-040-282-01 1-791-740-11 3-040-297-01 3-040-296-01 3-040-295-01 3-040-294-01 3-040-293-01 1-528-412-11 1-694-633-11 3-040-300-01 3-040-302-01 3-040-305-01 3-040-306-01 3-040-307-01 1-803-780-11
3-040-280-41 CABINET (UPPER) (L) (E) (BLUE) 3-040-303-01 TERMINAL (+), BATTERY
7-621-255-40 SCREW +P 2X6 7-621-255-52 SCREW +P 2X8
SECTION 6 ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST
NOTE: Due to standardization, replacements in the parts list may be different from the parts specified in the diagrams or the components used on the set. -XX, -X mean standardized parts, so they may have some difference from the original one. Items marked * are not stocked since they are seldom required for routine service. Some delay should be anticipated when ordering these items. Ref. No. Part No. Description CAPACITORS: uF: F RESISTORS All resistors are in ohms. METAL: metal-film resistor METAL OXIDE: Metal Oxide-film resistor F: nonflammable COILS uH: H
Color Indication of Appearance Parts Example: KNOB, BALANCE (WHITE). (RED) Parts of Color Cabinets Color SEMICONDUCTORS In each case, u: , for example: uA.: A. , uPA. , PA. , uPB. , PB. , uPC. , PC. , uPD., PD. Abbreviation JE : Tourist model. Description 47uF 47uF 15PF 20% 20% 5% Remarks 2.5V 2.5V 50V
D201 D202 D203 D204
8-719-069-29 8-719-077-82 8-719-077-82 8-719-077-82
DIODE RB520S-30TE61 LED SML-210JTT86PQ (BACK LIGHT) LED SML-210JTT86PQ (BACK LIGHT) LED SML-210JTT86PQ (BACK LIGHT) < IC >
X201 1-767-718-31 VIBRATOR, CRYSTAL 75KHz ************************************************************* MISCELLANEOUS ************* 2 1-505-322-11 DRIVER (030F023A) (JE) 21 1-791-740-11 WIRE (10 ARBOR), LEAD ************************************************************* ACCESSORIES & PACKING MATERIALS ******************************* 1-791-766-11 CORD (WITH PLUG) (SP-SP) 3-867-924-11 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (ENGLISH)
8-759-640-08 IC uPD17072GB-563-1A7 8-759-530-11 IC S-80812ANNP-E72-T2 < LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAY >
LCD201 1-803-780-11 DISPLAY PANEL, LIQUID CRYSTAL < TRANSISTOR > Q201 Q202 Q203 Q204 8-729-037-92 8-729-037-92 8-729-037-92 8-729-030-20 TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR < RESISTOR > R201 R202 R203 R204 R205 1-216-833-91 1-216-845-11 1-216-833-91 1-216-833-91 1-216-833-91 RES,CHIP METAL CHIP RES,CHIP RES,CHIP RES,CHIP 10K 100K 10K 10K 10K 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W (E) 1/16W (JE) 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 2SD2216J-R(TX).SO 2SD2216J-R(TX).SO 2SD2216J-R(TX).SO 2SC4097-T106PQR
R206 R208 R209 R210 R211 R213 R214 R215 R216 R217 R218 R219 R220 R221 R222
1-216-833-91 RES,CHIP 1-216-833-91 1-216-821-11 1-216-821-11 1-216-821-11 1-216-821-11 1-216-821-11 1-216-821-11 1-216-851-11 1-216-857-11 1-216-845-11 1-216-821-11 1-216-821-11 1-216-833-91 1-216-797-11 RES,CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP RES,CHIP METAL CHIP
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5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5%
Personal Audio Company
99J1625-1 Printed in Japan 1999.10 Published by General Engineering Dept.
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