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Sony STR-SL40 Home Cinema Amplifier, size: 2.6 MB
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Sony STR-SL40 Installation Guide
User reviews and opinions
|skitmax81||10:35am on Wednesday, November 3rd, 2010|
|very please with Sony LCDs great picture and sound--more than adequate component and peripheral connections lengthy delay when you switch channels They should look at why you need to reset the power strip..or better yet add it to the common causes in the booklet.|
|_ds||2:10pm on Friday, October 22nd, 2010|
|SONY at its best again! XBR from SONY is now synonymous for quality with edge and for performance without boundaries! absolutely so. Sony KDL-46S3000 is a high definition HDTV, anyone can setup this tv and make it work in just a few minutes.|
|chantszyeung||7:14pm on Saturday, July 3rd, 2010|
|Pleased with the purchase; especially the connectivity. I have connected my Sony Blu-Ray Google TV, Digital Camera, PC, Wii... I was looking for a new HD TV to replace my low-end HD TV, so after some trail and error, I came bought this TV.|
|Stefa77||8:43pm on Friday, May 7th, 2010|
|Been a fan of the Sony brand and it was a brand that I have always trusted with other electrical equipment such as my camera so I decided to buy a Son... Sony KDL-46S3000 is a high definition HDTV, anyone can setup this tv and make it work in just a few minutes.|
|Bronc||1:52pm on Thursday, April 1st, 2010|
|I purchased the TV 2 years and 6 months ago up until now the picture was fine then the picture became dark and red. When our CRT TV finally gave out in March, 2008, I looked closely at the 32"-40" LCD units at Electronics Expo, and selected this one for $1169.10 .|
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Ver 1.0 2003. 06
Photo : STR-SL40
STR-KSL40 is the receiver section in HT-SL40.
Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. Dolby, Pro Logic and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
Amplifier section POWER OUTPUT Models of area code CEL,CEK Rated Power Output at Stereo Mode (8 ohms 1 kHz, THD 0.7 %) 25 W + 25 W2) Reference Power Output2) (8 ohms 1 kHz, THD 10 %) FRONT1): 35 W/ch CENTER1): 35 W SURR1): 35 W/ch Models of other area code Rated Power Output at Stereo Mode (8 ohms 1 kHz, THD 0.7 %) 20 W + 20 W2) Reference Power Output (8 ohms 1 kHz, THD 10 %)
Inputs (Digital) DVD (Coaxial)
DVD, TV/SAT (Optical)
Sensitivity: Impedance: 75 ohms S/N: 100 dB (A, 20 kHz LPF) Sensitivity: Impedance: S/N: 100 dB (A, 20 kHz LPF) Voltage: 2 V Impedance: 1 kilohms 6 dB, 1 dB step
Outputs SUB WOOFER Tone Gain levels: Video section Inputs Video: Outputs Video: FM tuner section Tuning range Antenna terminals Intermediate frequency Sensitivity Mono: Stereo: Usable sensitivity
FRONT : 30 W/ch CENTER1): 30 W SURR1): 30 W/ch
1 Vp-p, 75 ohms 1 Vp-p, 75 ohms
1) Depending on the sound field settings and the source, there may be no sound output. 2) Measured under the following conditions: Area code CEL, CEK Frequency response TV/SAT, DVD, VIDEO: Power requirements 230 V AC, 50 Hz
87.5 108.0 MHz 75 ohms, unbalanced 10.7 MHz 18.3 dBf, 2.2 V/75 ohms 38.3 dBf, 22.5 V/75 ohms 11.2 dBf, 1 V/75 ohms
10 Hz 50 kHz +0.5/3 dB (with sound field and tone by passed) Sensitivity: 250 mV Impedance: 50 kilohms S/N3): 96 dB (A, 250 mV4))
Inputs (Analog) TV/SAT, DVD, VIDEO:
3) INPUT SHORT (with sound field and tone by passed). 4) Weighted network, input level.
FM STEREO FM-AM RECEIVER
Home Audio Company Published by Sony Engineering Corporation
S/N Mono: Stereo:
TABLE OF CONTENTS
76 dB 70 dB
Harmonic distortion at 1 kHz Mono: 0.3% Stereo: 0.5% Separation Frequency response 45 dB at 1 kHz 30 Hz 15 kHz +0.5/2 dB 60 dB at 400 kHz
1. GENERAL... 3 2. TEST MODE... 4 3. DIAGRAMS
3-1. IC Pin Function Descriptions.. 6 3-2. Block Diagrams Main Section . 10 Block Diagrams Display/Power Section . 11 3-3. Printed Wiring Boards Digital Section (Side A).. 12 Printed Wiring Boards Digital Section (Side B).. 13 3-4. Schematic Diagram Digital Section (1/3). 14 3-5. Schematic Diagram Digital Section (2/3). 15 3-6. Schematic Diagram Digital Section (3/3). 16 3-7. Printed Wiring Boards Main Section.. 17 3-8. Schematic Diagram Main Section (1/2).. 18 3-9. Schematic Diagram Main Section (2/2).. 19 3-10. Printed Wiring Boards Display Section. 20 3-11. Schematic Diagram Display Section.. 21 3-12. IC Block Diagrams.. 22
AM tuner section Tuning range Models of area code CEL, CEK With 9-kHz tuning scale: kHz Antenna Intermediate frequency Usable sensitivity S/N Harmonic distortion Selectivity General Power requirements Area code CEL, CEK Power consumption Area code CEL, CEK 130 W Power consumption (during standby mode) 0.3 W Dimensions (w/h/d) 430 x 56 x 288 mm including projecting parts and controls Mass (Approx.) 4.5 kg Power consumption Loop antenna 450 kHz 50 dB/m (at 999 kHz) 54 dB (at 50 mV/m) 0.5% (50 mV/m, 400 Hz) At 9 kHz: 35 dB
4. EXPLODED VIEWS
Power requirements 230 V AC, 50/60 Hz
4-1. Front Panel Section.. 23 4-2. Cabinet Section... 24
5. ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST. 25
Supplied accessories (STR-SL40) FM wire antenna (1) AM loop antenna (1) Remote commander RM-U40 (1) R6 (size-AA) batteries (2) Speakers plugs (5) Hexagon wrench (1) Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
Unleaded solder Boards requiring use of unleaded solder are printed with the leadfree mark (LF) indicating the solder contains no lead. (Caution: Some printed circuit boards may not come printed with the lead free mark due to their particular size.)
SAFETY-RELATED COMPONENT WARNING!! COMPONENTS IDENTIFIED BY MARK 0 OR DOTTED LINE WITH MARK 0 ON THE SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS AND IN THE PARTS LIST ARE CRITICAL TO SAFE OPERATION. REPLACE THESE COMPONENTS WITH SONY PARTS WHOSE PART NUMBERS APPEAR AS SHOWN IN THIS MANUAL OR IN SUPPLEMENTS PUBLISHED BY SONY.
: LEAD FREE MARK Unleaded solder has the following characteristics. Unleaded solder melts at a temperature about 40C higher than ordinary solder. Ordinary soldering irons can be used but the iron tip has to be applied to the solder joint for a slightly longer time. Soldering irons using a temperature regulator should be set to about 350C. Caution: The printed pattern (copper foil) may peel away if the heated tip is applied for too long, so be careful! Strong viscosity Unleaded solder is more viscous (sticky, less prone to flow) than ordinary solder so use caution not to let solder bridges occur such as on IC pins, etc. Usable with ordinary solder It is best to use only unleaded solder but unleaded solder may also be added to ordinary solder. 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.
SECTION 1 GENERAL
This section is extracted from instruction manual.
List of Button Locations and Reference Pages
Display 6 DVD (indicator) 3 INPUT SELECTOR 8 IR (receptor) 7 MASTER VOLUME 9 MUTING qs PRESET TUNING +/ qd SOUND FIELD qa TUNER (indicator) 5 TV/SAT (indicator) 4 VIDEO (indicator) 2 ?/1 (power) 1 ; PLII q;
SECTION 2 TEST MODE
FLUORESCENT INDICATOR TUBE TEST MODE
* All fluorescent segments are tested. When this test is activated, all segments turn on at the same time, then each segment turns on one after another. * Procedure: While depressing the MUTING and the PRESET TUNING - buttons simultaneously, press the power ?/1 button to turn on the main power. 1. All segments turn on.
DD DIGITAL DTS DD PRO LOGIC II MPEG-2 AAC
FACTORY PRESET MODE
* All preset contents are reset to the default setting. * Procedure: While depressing the PLII and the PRESET TUNING + buttons simultaneously, press the power ?/1 button to turn on the main power. The message FACTORY appears and the present contents are reset to the default values.
RDS AUTOBETICAL MODE
* This mode is installed in the Europe models only. When this mode is used, the receiver scans the broadcasts that can be received by the tuner, and sets up the broadcasts. Be sure to start scanning after connecting the antenna. * Procedure : 1. Check that the antenna is connected. 2. While depressing the INPUT SELECTOR button, press the ?/1 button to turn on the main power. 3. The message AUTO-BETICAL SELECT appears and the receiver starts scanning.
dB kHz mft. MHz
ST MEMORY MONO D.RANGE RDS OPT COAX
VIDEO , DVD , TV/SAT and TUNER LED turn on. 2. Press the INPUT SELECTOR button, confirm display
DD DIGITAL DD PRO LOGIC MPEG SW LFE L C S R SR ST MONO RDS
k m MHz
MICRO/NORMAL SPEAKER SELECTION MODE
* Either the micro speaker mode or normal speaker mode can be selected. * Procedure While depressing the MUTING button, press the power ?/1 button to turn on the main power. Either the message MICRO SP. or NORM. SP. appears. Select the desired mode. VIDEO , and TUNER LED turn on. 3. Press the INPUT SELECTOR button, confirm display
DTS II -2 AAC dB Hz ft. MEMORY D.RANGE OPT
SOUND FIELD CLEAR MODE
* The preset sound field is cleared when this mode is activated. Use this mode before returning the product to clients upon completion of repair. * Procedure: While depressing the SOUND FIELD button, press the power ?/1 button to turn on the main power. The message SF. CLR appears and initialization is performed. DVD and TV/SAT LED turn on. 4. Press the INPUT SELECTOR button, all segments and LEDs turn off. 5. Every pressing of the INPUT SELECTOR button turns on each segment and LED one after another in the same order.
ALL CLEAR MODE
* The all preset value is cleared when this mode is activated. * Procedure : While depressing the PLII and the PRESET TUNING - buttons simultaneously, press the power ?/1 button to turn on the main power. The message CLEARED appears and clear all preset value.
TUNER CHECK MODE
* Tuner check * Procedure : While depressing the SOUND FIELD and the INPUT SELECTOR buttons simultaneously, press the power ?/1 button to turn on the main power. TUN CHK appears and the tuner checking is performed.
SOFTWARE VERSION DISPLAY MODE
* The software version is displayed. * Procedure: While depressing the SOUND FIELD and the PRESET TUNING - buttons simultaneously, press the power ?/1 button to turn on the main power. The model name, destination and the software version are displayed.
Pin No. 87 to 100
Pin Name MD2 RDS CLK RDS DATA SIRCS FUSE DETECT POWER KEY NOT IN USE NOT IN USE VOL(B) VOL(A) DIN CLK FL_STB FAN_ON FAN_CLK POWER RELAY PROTECTOR F_CTRL2 F_CTRL1 REAR RELAY CENTER RELAY PREOUT/FRONT RELAY TUNED STEREO MUTE DO RSTX SLATCH X1A X0A VSS XO XI VCC3 NOT IN USE NC NOT IN USE XMODE CKSEL1 CLK CE DI DO ERROR XSTATE
I/O I I I I I I I I I I O O O I I O I O O O O O I I O I I O O I I I I O O O O O I I I Flash programming MD2 input RDS clock input to tuner RDS data input to tuner Data input from the remote control receiver Power supply off detect (connected to +3.3V) Power swich detection signal input Not used (pull down) Not used (pull down) Volume signal input from the rotary encoder Volume signal input from the rotary encoder Serial data output to PD16315 Clock signal output to PD16315 STB signal output to PD16315 Fan motor on detection signal input Feedback signal input from fan motor Power relay drive signal output Protect detection signal input Fan speed control signal output Fan ON/OFF control signal output Surround relay drive signal output Center relay drive signal output Front relay drive signal output
Circuit Boards Location
STANDBY board POWER SW board MAIN board
DISPLAY board DIGITAL board
Tuning a frequency detection signal input from the tuner STEREO tuning signal from the tuner Muting control signal output from the tuner Data input from the tuner System reset input Serial control latch signal output to the tuner Not used (open) Not used (connected to ground) Ground Clock output (16MHz) Clock input (16MHz) Power supply (+3.3V (STBY)) Not used (pull down) Not used (pull down) Not used (pull down) Reset signal output to LC89056W Not used Clock signal output to LC89056W Chip enable signal output to LC89056W Write data output to LC89056W Read data input from LC89056W PLL lock error, data error flag input from LC89056W Source clock selection monitor input from LC89056W
THIS NOTE IS COMMON FOR PRINTED WIRING BOARDS AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS. (In addition to this necessary note is printed in each block.)
For schematic diagrams. Note:
All capacitors are in F unless otherwise noted. p : pF. 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. % : indicates tolerance. f : internal component. 2 : nonflammable resistor. C : panel designation. Note: The components identified by mark 0 or dotted line with mark 0 are critical for safety. Replace only with part number specified. A : B+ Line. B : B Line. Voltages 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. Circled numbers refer to waveforms. Signal path. F : ANALOG J : DIGITAL c : DVD
For printed wiring boards. Note:
X : parts extracted from the component side. a : Through hole. : 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.
BLOCK DIAGRAM MAIN SECTION
COAXIAL FM 75 ANTENA
STEREO TUNED MUTE R CH L CH
FM SIGNAL OUT
TM301 TUNER UNIT
IC1101 DIGITAL AUDIO I/F RECEIVER
L-CH AUDIO 24 LRCK XOUT X1101 12.288MHz 22 XIN 4 DIN1 BCK 14 CKOUT 13 DATAO 16 XSATE 17 ERROR 34 DO 35 DI 36 CE DIN0 CLK 38 CKSEXMODE 48 C-CH AUDIO LRCK BCK CKOUT R-CH
IC701 POWER AMP
1 IN OUT 4
TM601 L FRONT R
IC751 POWER AMP
1 IN OUT 4 RY701
IC301 TV/SAT OPT IN OPTICAL RECEIVER
IC501 POWER AMP
1 IN OUT 4 RY501 CENTER SPEAKERS IMPEDANCE USE 8-16
IC302 DIGITAL DVD OPT IN OPTICAL RECEIVER J301 DVD COAXIAL IN 11 WAVE SHAPER IC5 DIN2
D1101 SL-C H
IC601 POWER AMP
1 IN OUT 4 L
IC651 POWER AMP
IC401 INPUT SELECT, VOLUME CONT
J401 L TV/SAT R L DVD R 59 INR7
INL4 INR4 INL7
LOUT ROUT COUT SLOUT SROUT SWOUT
L-CH R-CH C-CH SL-CH SR-CH SW-CH AUDIO LRCK BCK CKOUT 69 GPLRCKIBCKIKFSIO 30 SDI2 BCLK LRCK OUTPUT CIRCUIT AUDIO INTERFACE SDTI1 SDTI2 SDTI3 SDT0 MCLK1 INPUT CIRCUIT CDT1 CCLK
IC1201 AUDIO DSP
PROTECT DET Q730-732
RELAY SW Q720, 520, 620
IC402 SW AMP
5 IN OUT 7 RY401 FAN ON/OFF DET Q550, 551
J403 SUB WOOFER OUT
LOUT1 ROUT1 LOUT3 LOUT2 ROUT2 ROUT3
LIN2 RIN2 CIN2 SLIN2 SRIN2 SWIN2 DATA CLK LATCH
L VIDEO R
20 BCKO 19 LRCK 23 SDOSDOSDOSDISCKOUT
9 X1201 13.5MHz 12 D721
D521 D621 RELAY SW Q402
D0-D15 CSO WEO 6 CS
ATT L CH 2 R CH 3 INR2 INL2
BAL R+ BAL L+
+7V 6 5
+3.3V REG Q401
MUTE DRIVE Q379
FUNCTION MUTE SW Q1601, 1602
STEREO R-DATA TUNED R-CLK LATCH R-SIG MUTE
VIDEO IN DVD IN 53
RDS SIGNAL RDS DATA RDS CLK
SLATCH STEREO TUNED MUTE DO
DATA CLK LATCH
CDT1 CS SCL
HDIN HCLK HDOUT HACN HCS
ERROR CE XSTATE CKSEL1 XMODE DATAO CLK DO DI
PREOUT/FRONT RELAY CENTER RELAY REAR RELAY
11 AMP AMP
IC201 VIDEO SWITCH
29 VIDEO-MUTE VIDEO-SW2
IC1601 (1/2) SYSTEM CONTROL
: ANALOG : DIGITAL
FL101 IC1601(2/2) SYSTEM CONTROL RV101
MASTER VOLUME VOL ENCODER 60 VOL(A) 59 VOL(B) +5V 1A 1B 2A 2B 3A 3B 1Y 2Y 3Y CLK DIN STB
FLUORESCENT INDICATOR TUBE
F2 F1 F1
F2 14-29 SEG1-16 42-31 GRID1-12 VIDEO LED DVD LED TV/SAT LED TUNER LED
PRESET TUNING -
PRESET TUNING + 40 A/D2 CLK 62 DIN 61 FL_STB 63
C1229 0.1 C10V C10V
IC1651 TC74VHCT08AFT (EL) BUFFER
C1626 0.1 IC1903 PC2905HF +5V REG C50V
X1601 16MHz C1604 0.1 R1659 10k R1637 10k R1660 10k R1666 10k RC1632 0.1
R1676 10k R1677 10k R1678 10k R1679 10k IC1601 MB90478PF-G-139BND SYSTEM CONTROL
R1630 10k R1629 10k R1628 10k R1627 10k
IC1904 PC2933HF +3.3V REG
R1680 10k R1681 10k FB1601 0UH C10V IC1602 S-80929ANMG8ZT2G RESET
R1643 1k R1694 1k R1644 1k R1645 1k R1646 1k R1647 1k R1648 1k
C1616 0.022 C1615 0.022 C1614 0.022 IC1604 BR24C16F-E2 EEPROM
R1662 3.3k R1663 3.3k R1686 10k R1685 10k R1649 1k R1684 10k R1626 10k C1312 0.1
R1642 10k C1612 0.1
R1601 1k R1616 4.7k RRR1607 1k R1609 1k R1606 1k R1612 1k R1613 1k R1608 1k R1610 1k R1603 1k R1611 1k R1614 1k R1615 1k RRR1619 100
R1620 10k D1601 ISS352 R1657 10k R1656 1k R1683 1k R1682 100k
+5V B4 V+
Q1601,1602 FUNCTION MUTE SWITCH
R1624 10k R1655 10k C1601 0.1 R1625 10k Q1602 2SC2712-YG
3-6. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM DIGITAL SECTION (3/3)
C1203 0.1 FB1202 0UH
C1231 C1212 C1211 C1230 0.470 0.1 10V 10V
JW426 JW427 JW428
JW444 JW341 JW342
JW332 JW333 JW334 JW335
JW336 JW337 JW338
C653 R653 R654
DIGITAL BOARD (Page 13)
JW391 JW355 JW447 JW396 JW392 JW393 JW394 JW448 JW395 JW397 JW398
C601 R602 C602 C603 C609 JW425 JW424
D951 R953 RY901
E R760 R758 R759
JW399 JW400 JW401 JW402
JW360 JW361 JW362 JW363
JW359 D621 D521 D721
Ref. No. D301 D405 D520 D521 D550 D620 D621 D720 D721 D731 D801 D802 D803 D804 D805 D806 D807 D808 D809 D810 D811 D812 D813 D814 D815 D816 D817 D820 D951 D952 D953 D954 D955 D956 D957 IC201 IC301 Location B-1 C-6 D-13 F-8 I-8 C-12 F-8 C-8 F-8 F-8 H-12 H-12 I-12 I-12 J-8 I-8 J-8 J-8 G-12 J-11 J-11 J-12 J-13 I-12 I-12 I-12 I-12 B-8 G-2 I-2 I-2 I-2 I-2 I-3 I-3 C-6 B-1 Ref. No. IC302 IC303 IC401 IC402 IC403 IC404 IC405 IC406 IC501 IC601 IC651 IC701 IC751 Q361 Q362 Q363 Q364 Q365 Q366 Q379 Q401 Q402 Q520 Q550 Q551 Q620 Q720 Q730 Q731 Q732 Q861 Q862 Q863 Q864 Q865 Q866 Q901 Q951 Location B-2 B-2 C-3 C-5 D-6 D-6 C-7 C-7 I-11 F-11 C-11 E-9 G-9 E-6 E-6 E-5 E-4 E-5 E-5 E-4 D-2 C-6 D-8 I-8 I-8 D-8 D-7 F-8 F-9 F-8 C-8 B-8 B-8 B-8 C-8 B-8 J-3 J-2
C604 R605 R603 R604
R607 R608 R610 R510 L607 D809
F901 CNP901 T902
DIGITAL BOARD (Page 13) T901 POWER TRANSFORMER
R753 R754 FH901 CNP2 4
R557 R555 D550 R553 R556 R751
C813 C814 1
D957 D956 JW314 R952
E C562 JW366 E Q550 C563 D806 Q551 C564
R954 R955 C924 R956 E
Q901 CN903 1
JW368 JW369 JW370
D805 C816 D808 D807
R831 R832 D812
* NOT REPLACEABLE: BUILT IN TRANSFORMER
D814 JW416 D815 JW417 C821
JW455 JW367 C815
3-8. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM MAIN SECTION (1/2)
RC301 0.1 CN301 7P FFC
C701 4.7 50V
IC701 SI-18752 POWER AMP
RC302 0.1 C50V FB302 0.45UH R705 22k RC704 4.7p C702 100p D301 1SS133 FB301 0.45UH R702 22k RC710 0.1
C307 1p RC305 R50V 1k R305 22k C306 0.1 IC303 TC74HCU04AF(EL) WAVE SHAPER
R366 10k RR505 22k
C453 2.2 50V
CC02 100P CC52 100P
R402 1k R452 1k
Q365 2SC3576 MUTE
R371 100k C467 0.1 C10V R372 100k Q366 2SC3576 MUTE
R369 4.7k C375 0.022 C376 0.022 R370 4.7k
C502 100p R502 22k
C510 0.1 L607 CC607 50V 0.1 R608 47k
R610 27k RY601
CC01 100P CC51 100P
R401 1k R451 1k
C451 2.2 50V
C401 2.2 50V
C490 100p C489 100p RR410 47k R430 47k C497 100p RRC413 2.2 50V C433 2.2 50V Q401 2SC3576 +3.3V REG R472 1k RR380 100k
IC601 SI-18752 POWER AMP C601 4.7 50V RC603 100p
R658 47k R605 22k
C609 R604 R16V 470 330
Q620 2SC2785 RELAY SW
R602 22k C602 100p
C604 4.7p C50V C610 0.1
R657 4.7 R660 27k
R480 47k J403 1P
Q402 2SC2785 RELAY SW
Q379 DTA124ES MUTE DRIVE R381 10k
IC651 SI-18752 POWER AMP C651 4.7 R651 50V 100 C653 100p
C657 0.1 C50V
C400 0.1 D405 1SS133
R655 22k R382 100
CN403 23P FFC
C206 0.1 R204 75
C50V C208 0.1 IC201 NJM2279D VIDEO SWITCH R203 75
R470 47k C471 4.7 50V
C472 4.7 50V R473 2.2k
IC402 NJM4565DD SW AMP
3-9. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM MAIN SECTION (2/2)
CN801 5P EH D809 D3SBA20
C801 0.22 R810 0.47 1/4W
T901 POWER TRANSFORMER
D811 10EDB40 D813 HZ6.8BP
IC403 M5F78M07L +7V REG D801 10EDB40
R952 4.7k R951 47k Q951 2SC2785-HFE RELAY DRIVE D951 1SS133T
D802 10EDB40 D803 10EDB40
RY901 FH902 FH901 CNP902 2P
RD952 10EDB40 C16V D953 10EDB40 C922 0.022 D954 10EDB40 R955 33k R954 47k D955 10EDB40 C921 0.022
IC404 M5F79M07L -7V REG
C50V C25V C444 0.1 D815 10EDB40 D814 10EDB40 CN820 4P R956 10k
CNP901 2P VH
IC405 TA7805S +5V REG
C803 0.001 C804 0.001 CN903 4P C925 0.1
Q901 2SC2785-HFE STOP DET
IC406 NJM79M05FA -5V REG
R910 0.47 1/4W
R557 220k C561 4.7 50V
R553 D550 10k 1SS133T
Q550,551 FAN ON/OFF DET
C16V D808 10EDB40
F1 F2 -30V
Q550 2SC2785 R552 3.3k R558 100k R556 68k RC50V
C564 4.7 50V C50V R551 100k
S.RY C.RY F.RY RELAY
CN822 19P Q866 DTA124ES BUFFER
Q861-865 FAN CONTROL
R886 10k RRQ863 DTA124ES Q865 DTA124ES R887 4.7k
R884 10k D820 RD5.6F-T7B2
R881 1.5k R882 1k C16V R883 2.2k CN861 3P PH
3-10. PRINTED WIRING BOARD DISPLAY SECTION
POWER SW BOARD
JW118 JW117 JW116 JW115 JW114 JW113 JW112 JW111 JW110 JW109 JW108 JW107 JW106 JW105
S122 INPUT SELECTOR C111
C143 C155 C156 R178
R192 R191 S117
JW1 R152 JW124 JW125
RV102 MASTER VOLUME
JW23 JW103 C158 C157
Ref. No. D151 D152 D153 D154 IC102 IC152 Location C-10 C-10 C-9 C-8 C-3 C-6
3-11. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM DISPLAY SECTION
FL101 FL TUBE
SEG9 SEG8 SEG7 SEG6 SEG5 SEG4 SEG3
GRID9 GRID8 GRID7 GRID6 GRID5
S119 RV102 VOL ENCODER
IC152 PD16315GB-3BS FL/LED DRIVE
GRID4 GRID3 GRID2 GRID1 INPUT SELECTOR PL
CN153 3P BOARD-IN
CNP152 3P PH R194 1k
PRESET TUNIING PRESET TUNIING
D154 SEL5823A TUNER D153 SEL5823A TV/SAT D152 SEL5823A DVD D151 SEL5823A VIDEO R176 470
C50V CN151 17P 17P
3-12. IC Block Diagram
DIGITAL Board IC1101 LC89056W-E
VF/P3/C3 F2/P2/C2 F1/P1/C1 F0/P0/C0 CSFLAG DI DO ERROR BPSYNC AUTO DGND
MAIN Board IC201 NJM2279D
-5V SW2 VI
CE 37 CLK 38 MICROCOMPUTER INTERFACE XSEL 39 SAMPLING FREQUENCY XIN XOUT XMCK DVDD DGND XSTATE DATAO LRCK BCK CKOUT C BIT DETECT PA/PB DETECT 24 AUDIO 23 EMPHA
V3 SW1 V2
MODE0 MODE1 DGND DVDD DOSEL0 DOSEL1
DISPLAY Board IC152 PD16315GB-3BS
CKSELCKSELXMODE 48 SYSTEM RESET INPUT CIRCUIT PLL
VOUT GND2 GND1
MON NC +5V
R VIN LPF
KEY DATA MEMORY (2 x 16 bits) KEY1 10
12-bit SHIFT REGISTER
SEG10 SEG11 SEG12 SEG13 SEG14 SEG15 SEG16 VEE
TIMING GENERATOR KEY SCAN
24-bit OUTPUT LATCH
LOOP1 LOOP0/SDA/CDTI DIF1/SCL/CCLK DIF0/CSN P/SN MCLK DZF1 AVSS AVDD VREFH VCOM
CLK 8 DIN 7 DOUT 6
23 DZF2 RIN+ RIN LIN+ LIN ROUT1 LOUT1 ROUT2 LOUT2 ROUT3 LOUT3
DISPLAY MEMORY 24 bits x 12 words
SDOS I2C SMUTE BICK LRCK SDTI1 SDTI2 SDTI3
DSC 5 VIDEO LED 4 DVD LED 3 TV/SAT LED 2 TUNER LED 1
GRID DIRVER MULTIPLEXED DRIVER 33
GRID12 GRID11 GRID10
SDTO 9 DAUX 10 DFS 11 FORMAT CONVERTER
DEM1 DEM0 TVDD DVDD DVSS PDN ICKS2 ICKS1 ICKS0 CAD1 CAD0
STR-KSL40/SL40 SECTION 4 EXPLODED VIEWS
SEMICONDUCTORS In each case, u: , for example: uA.: A. , uPA. , PA. , uPB. , PB. , uPC. , PC. , uPD., PD.
When indicating parts by reference number, please include the board name. The components identified by mark 0 or dotted line with mark 0 are critical for safety. Replace only with part number specified.
Ref. No. C1311 C1312 C1501 C1502 C1503 C1504 C1505 C1506 C1507 C1508 C1509 C1510 C1511 C1512 C1513 C1514 C1515 C1516 C1517 C1518 C1519 C1520 C1521 C1523 C1551 C1552 C1601 C1602 C1603 C1604 C1605 C1606 C1610 C1611 C1612 C1614 C1615 C1616 C1617 C1618 C1619 C1620 C1624 C1625 C1626
Part No. 1-164-156-11 1-164-156-11 1-162-965-11 1-126-965-91 1-164-156-11 1-126-964-11 1-164-156-11 1-126-935-11 1-126-964-11 1-164-156-11 1-164-156-11 1-126-947-11 1-164-156-11 1-162-995-11 1-164-156-11 1-164-156-11 1-126-935-11 1-162-967-11 1-162-967-11 1-162-967-11 1-162-967-11 1-162-967-11 1-162-967-11 1-115-416-11 1-162-965-11 1-126-965-91 1-164-156-11 1-164-156-11 1-164-156-11 1-164-156-11 1-164-156-11 1-126-947-11 1-162-974-11 1-162-974-11 1-164-156-11 1-162-995-11 1-162-995-11 1-162-995-11 1-162-974-11 1-164-156-11 1-164-156-11 1-164-156-11 1-164-156-11 1-164-156-11 1-164-156-11
Description CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP ELECT CERAMIC CHIP ELECT CERAMIC CHIP ELECT ELECT CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP ELECT CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP ELECT CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP ELECT CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP ELECT CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.0015uF 10% 22uF 20% 0.1uF 10uF 0.1uF 470uF 10uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 47uF 0.1uF 0.022uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 470uF 0.0033uF 0.0033uF 0.0033uF 0.0033uF 0.0033uF 0.0033uF 0.001uF 0.0015uF 22uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 47uF 0.01uF 0.01uF 0.1uF 0.022uF 0.022uF 0.022uF 0.01uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 20% 20% 20%
Remark 25V 25V 50V 50V 25V 50V 25V 10V 50V 25V 25V 16V 25V 50V 25V 25V 10V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 25V 50V 50V 25V 25V 25V 25V 25V 16V 50V 50V 25V 50V 50V 50V 50V 25V 25V 25V 25V 25V 25V
A-4733-044-A DIGITAL BOARD, COMPLETE (KSL40) A-4733-051-A DIGITAL BOARD, COMPLETE (SL40)
7-685-646-79 SCREW +BVTP 3X8 TYPE2 IT-3 < CAPACITOR > C1101 C1102 C1103 C1104 C1105 C1106 C1107 C1108 C1109 C1110 C1111 C1112 C1113 C1129 C1131 C1201 C1202 C1203 C1204 C1205 C1206 C1207 C1208 C1209 C1210 C1211 C1212 C1213 C1214 C1216 C1218 C1219 C1220 C1221 C1227 C1229 C1230 C1231 C1309 C1310 1-164-156-11 1-126-947-11 1-164-156-11 1-162-974-11 1-126-947-11 1-164-156-11 1-162-974-11 1-164-156-11 1-162-918-11 1-162-918-11 1-164-156-11 1-162-974-11 1-164-156-11 1-115-416-11 1-162-927-11 1-164-156-11 1-164-156-11 1-164-156-11 1-164-156-11 1-164-156-11 1-164-156-11 1-164-156-11 1-164-156-11 1-164-156-11 1-164-156-11 1-126-935-11 1-126-935-11 1-164-156-11 1-164-156-11 1-162-927-11 1-162-927-11 1-164-156-11 1-162-927-11 1-164-156-11 1-164-156-11 1-164-156-11 1-164-156-11 1-164-156-11 1-164-156-11 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC CHIP ELECT CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP ELECT CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP ELECT ELECT CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF 47uF 0.1uF 0.01uF 47uF 0.1uF 0.01uF 0.1uF 18PF 18PF 0.1uF 0.01uF 0.1uF 0.001uF 100PF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 470uF 470uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 100PF 100PF 0.1uF 100PF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 20% 20% 25V 16V 25V 50V 16V 25V 50V 25V 50V 50V 25V 50V 25V 25V 50V 25V 25V 25V 25V 25V 25V 25V 25V 25V 25V 10V 10V 25V 25V 50V 50V 25V 50V 25V 25V 25V 25V 25V 25V 25V
D1101 D1501 D1502 D1601
8-719-016-74 8-719-049-09 8-719-049-09 8-719-016-74
DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE
1SS352 1SS367-T3SONY 1SS367-T3SONY 1SS352
< FERRITE BEAD > FB1102 FB1104 FB1105 FB1201 FB1202 FB1203 FB1204 FB1501 FB1502 FB1601 1-414-813-11 1-469-152-11 1-469-152-11 1-414-813-11 1-414-813-11 1-469-152-11 1-469-152-11 1-414-813-11 1-414-813-11 1-414-813-11 FERRITE FERRITE FERRITE FERRITE FERRITE FERRITE FERRITE FERRITE FERRITE FERRITE 0uH 0uH 0uH 0uH 0uH 0uH 0uH 0uH 0uH 0uH 0uH 5% 5% 1/10W 1/10W
FB1602 1-216-864-11 METAL CHIP FB1603 1-216-864-11 METAL CHIP FB1651 1-414-813-11 FERRITE < TERMINAL >
1-537-738-21 TERMINAL, EARTH
1-216-813-11 METAL CHIP
Ref. No. R1213 R1214 R1215 R1216 R1217 R1218 R1219 R1220 R1221 R1222 R1224 R1225 R1226 R1227 R1228 R1229 R1230 R1231 R1232 R1233 R1234 R1235 R1236 R1237 R1238 R1239 R1240 R1241 R1242 R1243 R1244 R1304 R1305 R1308 R1314 R1364 R1501 R1502 R1503 R1504 R1505 R1506 R1507 R1508 R1509 R1516 R1517 R1518 R1519 R1520 R1521 R1551 R1552 R1553 R1554 R1555 R1556 Part No. 1-216-813-11 1-216-813-11 1-216-813-11 1-216-813-11 1-216-813-11 1-216-813-11 1-216-813-11 1-216-813-11 1-216-813-11 1-216-813-11 1-216-813-11 1-216-813-11 1-216-813-11 1-216-813-11 1-216-813-11 1-216-813-11 1-216-813-11 1-216-813-11 1-216-813-11 1-216-813-11 1-216-813-11 1-216-813-11 1-216-813-11 1-216-813-11 1-216-813-11 1-216-813-11 1-216-813-11 1-216-813-11 1-216-813-11 1-216-813-11 1-216-813-11 1-216-841-11 1-216-841-11 1-216-809-11 1-216-821-11 1-216-821-11 1-216-815-11 1-216-833-11 1-216-833-11 1-216-815-11 1-216-830-11 1-216-837-11 1-216-829-11 1-216-845-11 1-216-821-11 1-216-813-11 1-216-813-11 1-216-813-11 1-216-813-11 1-216-813-11 1-216-813-11 1-216-815-11 1-216-833-11 1-216-833-11 Description METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP 220 47K 47K 100 1K 1K 330 10K 10K 330 5.6K 22K 4.7K 100K 1K 330 10K 10K 330 5.6K 22K 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% Remark 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W Ref. No. R1557 R1600 R1601 R1602 R1603 R1604 R1605 R1606 R1607 R1608 R1609 R1610 R1611 R1612 R1613 R1614 R1615 R1616 R1617 R1618 R1619 R1620 R1621 R1624 R1625 R1626 R1627 R1628 R1629 R1630 R1631 R1632 R1633 R1635 R1636 R1637 R1638 R1639 R1640 R1641 R1642 R1643 R1644 R1645 R1646 R1647 R1648 R1649 R1650 R1651 R1654 R1655 R1656 R1657 R1658 R1659 Part No. Description 4.7K 4.7K 1K 100 1K 1K 1K 1K 1K 1K 1K 1K 1K 1K 1K 4.7K 100 10K 1K 10K 10K 10K 10K 10K 10K 10K 100 4.7K 47K 10K 10K 10K 4.7K 100 10K 1K 1K 1K 1K 1K 1K 1K 10K 10K 10K 10K 1K 10K 100 10K 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% Remark 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W (SL40) 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1-216-829-11 METAL CHIP 1-216-829-11 METAL CHIP 1-216-821-11 1-216-809-11 1-216-821-11 1-216-809-11 1-216-809-11 1-216-821-11 1-216-821-11 1-216-821-11 1-216-821-11 1-216-821-11 1-216-821-11 1-216-821-11 1-216-821-11 1-216-821-11 1-216-821-11 1-216-829-11 1-216-809-11 1-216-809-11 1-216-809-11 1-216-833-11 1-216-821-11 1-216-833-11 1-216-833-11 1-216-833-11 1-216-833-11 1-216-833-11 1-216-833-11 1-216-833-11 1-216-809-11 1-216-829-11 METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP
Note for the supplied remote
The AUX and AAC BI-LING buttons on the remote are not available.
List of Button Locations and Reference Pages
How to use this page
Use this page to find the location of buttons that are mentioned in the text.
MUTING qs (14, 19, 37)
Name of button/part
ALPHABETICAL ORDER NUMBERS AND SYMBOLS
Display 6 (28) DVD (indicator) 3 (19) INPUT SELECTOR 8 (19, 26) IR (receptor) 7 (32) MASTER VOLUME 9 (18, 36) MUTING qs (14, 19, 37) PRESET TUNING +/ qd (28) SOUND FIELD qa (21, 25, 38) TUNER (indicator) 5 (19) TV/SAT (indicator) 4 (19) VIDEO (indicator) 2 (19)
@/1 (power) 1 (13, 18, 19, 25, 26) ; PLII q; (20)
The following optional connection cords A E are required when you hook up the components (pages 8 9).
A Audio cord (not supplied)
White (L) Red (R)
B Audio/Video cord (not supplied)
Yellow (video) White (L/audio) Red (R/audio)
C Video cord (not supplied)
D Optical digital cord (not supplied)
E Coaxial digital cord (supplied)
Before you get started
Turn off the power to all components before making any connections. Do not connect the AC power cord until all of the connections are completed. Be sure to make connections firmly to avoid hum and noise. When connecting an audio/video cord, be sure to match the colour-coded pins to the appropriate jacks on the components: yellow (video) to yellow; white (left, audio) to white; and red (right, audio) to red. When connecting optical digital cords, insert the cord plugs straight in until they click into place. Do not bend or tie the optical digital cord.
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FM wire antenna (supplied) AM loop antenna (supplied)
After connecting all the components, speakers, and AC power cord, output a test tone to check that all the speakers are connected correctly. For details on outputting a test tone, see page 18.
Clearing the receivers memory
Before using your receiver for the first time, or when you want to clear the receivers memory, do the following.
If no sound is heard from a speaker while outputting a test tone or a test tone is output from a speaker other than the one whose name is currently displayed on the receiver, the speaker may be short-circuited. If this happens, check the speaker connection again.
1 Press ?/1 to turn off the receiver. 2 Hold down ?/1 on the receiver for
To avoid damaging your speakers
Make sure that you turn down the volume before you turn off the receiver. When you turn on the receiver, the volume remains at the level you turn off the receiver.
INITIAL appears in the display. The following are reset to their factory settings. All settings in the SET UP, LEVEL and TONE menus. All sound field parameters. All preset stations. The sound fields memorized for each INPUT SELECTOR and preset stations. The master volume is set to VOL MIN.
Performing initial setup operations
Once you have hooked up the speakers and turned on the power, clear the receivers memory. Then specify the speaker parameters (size, position, etc.) and perform any other initial setup operations necessary for your system.
Before using your receiver for the first time, adjust MAIN MENU parameters so that the receiver correspond to your system. For the adjustable parameters, see the table on page 43. See pages 1418 for speaker settings and pages 3031 for other settings.
To check the audio output during settings (to set up while outputting the sound), check the connection (see page 19).
Multi channel surround setup
For the best possible surround sound, all speakers should be the same distance from the listening position (A). However, the receiver lets you to place the center speaker up to 1.5 meters closer (B) and the surround speakers up to 4.5 meters closer (C) to the listening position. The front speakers can be placed from 1.0 to 7.0 meters from the listening position (A). You can place the surround speakers either behind you or to the side, depending on the shape of your room (etc.). However, we recommend that you place the surround speakers behind you.
When placing surround speakers to your side (long room)
B A 45 A
Normal Speaker and Micro Satellite Speaker
For HT-SL55, HT-SL50 and HT-SL40, the speaker size and the sub woofer selection has been preset to MICRO SP. (Micro Satellite Speaker) according to the supplied speaker system. When you select MICRO SP., the speaker size and sub woofer selection has been configurated as follows:
The receiver allows you to input the speaker position in terms of distance. However, it is not possible to set the center speaker further than the front speakers. Also, the center speaker cannot be set more than 1.5 meters closer than the front speakers. Likewise, the surround speakers can not be set further away from the listening position than the front speakers. And they can be no more than 4.5 meters closer. This is because incorrect speaker placement is not conducive to enjoy surround sound. Please note that, setting the speaker distance closer than the actual location of the speakers will cause a delay in the output of the sound from that speaker. In other words, the speaker will sound like it is further away. For example, setting the center speaker distance 12 m closer than the actual speaker position will create a fairly realistic sensation of being inside the screen. If you cannot obtain a satisfactory surround effect because the surround speakers are too close, setting the surround speaker distance closer (shorter) than the actual distance will create a larger sound stage. Adjusting these parameter while listening to the sound often results in much better surround sound. Give it a try!
Multi channel surround setup (continued)
x Surround speaker placement (
This parameter lets you specify the height of your surround speakers for proper implementation of the Digital Cinema Sound surround modes. Refer to the illustration below.
Select PL. LOW if the location of your surround speakers corresponds to section A. Select PL. HIGH if the location of your surround speakers corresponds to section B.
The surround speaker placement parameter is designed specifically for implementation of the Digital Cinema Sound modes with virtual elements. With the Digital Cinema Sound modes, speaker placement is not as critical as other modes. All modes with virtual elements were designed under the premise that the surround speaker would be located behind the listening position, but presentation remains fairly consistent even with the surround speakers positioned at a rather wide angle. However, if the speakers are pointing towards the listener from the immediate left and right of the listening position, the sound fields with virtual elements will not be as effective. Nevertheless, each listening environment has many variables, like wall reflections. Therefore, we recommend that you playback multi channel surround encoded software and listen to the effect each setting has on your listening environment. Choose the setting that provides a good sense of spaciousness and that best succeeds in forming a cohesive space between the surround sound from the surround speakers and the sound of the front speakers. If you are not sure which sounds best, select PL. LOW and then use the speaker distance parameter and speaker level adjustments to obtain proper balance.
* These parameters are not available when Surround speaker size SL SR is set to NO.
Only when you use the speaker system other than the supplied one, be sure to set the following parameters.
For details on NORM. SP. (Normal Speaker), see page 14.
x Sub woofer selection (
If you connect a sub woofer, select YES. If you do not connect a sub woofer, select NO. This activates the bass redirection circuitry and outputs the LFE signals from other speakers.
R x Front speaker size ( L XXXXX) If you connect large speakers that will effectively reproduce bass frequencies, select LARGE. Normally select LARGE.
If the sound is distorted, or you feel a lack of surround effects when using multi channel surround sound, select SMALL to activate the bass redirection circuitry and output the front channel bass frequencies from the sub woofer. When the front speakers are set to SMALL, the center and surround speakers are also automatically set to SMALL (unless previously set to NO). When the sub woofer is set to NO, the front speakers are automatically set to LARGE and you cannot change the setting. x Center speaker size ( XXXXX) If you connect a large speaker that will effectively reproduce bass frequencies, select LARGE. Normally select LARGE. However, if the front speakers are set to SMALL, you cannot set the center speaker to LARGE.
x Surround speaker size ( SL SR XXXXX) If you connect large speakers that will effectively reproduce bass frequencies, select LARGE. Normally select LARGE. However, if the front speakers are set to SMALL, you cannot set the surround speakers to LARGE.
If the sound is distorted, or you feel a lack of surround effects when using multi channel surround sound, select SMALL to activate the bass redirection circuitry and output the surround channel bass frequencies from the sub woofer or other LARGE speakers. If you do not connect surround speakers, select NO.*3
*1*3 correspond to the following Dolby Pro Logic modes *1 NORMAL *2 PHANTOM *STEREO
If the sound is distorted, or you feel a lack of surround effects when using multi channel surround sound, select SMALL to activate the bass redirection circuitry and output the center channel bass frequencies from the front speakers (if set to LARGE) or sub woofer.*1 If you do not connect a center speaker, select NO. The sound of the center channel will be output from the front speakers.*2
Internally, the LARGE and SMALL settings for each speaker determine whether or not the internal sound processor will cut the bass signal from that channel. When the bass is cut from a channel, the bass redirection circuitry sends the corresponding bass frequencies to the sub woofer or other LARGE speakers. However, since bass sounds have a certain amount of directionality, it best not to cut them, if possible. Therefore, even when using small speakers, you can set them to LARGE if you want to output the bass frequencies from that speaker. On the other hand, if you are using a large speaker, but prefer not to have bass frequencies output from that speaker, set it to SMALL. If the overall sound level is lower than you prefer, set all speakers to LARGE. If there is not enough bass, you can use the BASS parameter in the TONE menu to boost the bass levels. To adjust the bass, see page 25.
A.F.D. AUTO appears in the display. This mode automatically detects the type of audio signal being input (Dolby Digital, DTS, or standard 2 channel stereo) and performs the proper decoding if necessary. This mode presents the sound as it was recorded/encoded, without adding any effects (e.g. reverberation). However, if there are no low frequency signals (Dolby Digital LFE, etc.) it will generate a low frequency signal for output to the sub woofer.
Performs the Pro Logic decoding. Software with multi channel surround audio signals is played back according to the way it was recorded. Software with 2 channel audio signals is decoded with Dolby Pro Logic to create surround effects (4 channels).
x PLII MOV (Pro Logic II Movie)
Performs the Pro Logic II movie mode decoding. This setting is ideal for the movies encoded in Dolby Surround. Besides, this mode can reproduce the sound in 5.1 channel when watching the videos of old movies or in the dubbed language.
x PLII MUS (Pro Logic II Music)
Performs the Pro Logic II music mode decoding. This setting is ideal for normal stereo sources such as CDs.
You can also use ;PLII on the receiver to select DOLBY PL, PLII MOV or PLII MUS.
Dolby Pro Logic and Dolby Pro Logic II decoding does not function for DTS format signals.
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Selecting a sound field
You can enjoy surround sound simply by selecting one of the pre-programmed sound fields according to the program you want to listen to.
About DCS (Digital Cinema Sound) D S C
Using only the front speakers (2 Channels Stereo)
Press SOUND FIELD +/ repeatedly to select 2CH ST.
In collaboration with Sony Pictures Entertainment, Sony measured the sound environment of their studios and integrated the data of the measurement and Sonys own DSP (Digital Signal Processor) technology to develop Digital Cinema Sound. In a home theater, Digital Cinema Sound simulates an ideal movie theater sound environment based on the preference of the movie director.
x C.ST.EX AC (Cinema Studio EX AC) D S C C.ST.EX A reproduces the sound characteristics of the Sony Pictures Entertainment Cary Grant Theater cinema production studio. This is a standard mode, great for watching most any type of movie. C.ST.EX B reproduces the sound characteristics of the Sony Pictures Entertainment Kim Novak Theater cinema production studio. This mode is ideal for watching science-fiction or action movies with lots of sound effects. C.ST.EX C reproduces the sound characteristics of the Sony Pictures Entertainment scoring stage. This mode is ideal for watching musicals or classic films where music is featured in the soundtrack.
This mode outputs the sound from the front left and right speakers only. Standard 2 channel (stereo) sources completely bypass the sound field processing. Multi channel surround formats are downmixed to 2 channel.
No sound is output from the sub woofer when 2CH ST. is selected. To listen to 2 channel (stereo) sources using the front left and right speakers and a sub woofer, press A.F.D. to select A.F.D. AUTO. When you select Micro Satellite Speaker (page 14), internal sound processor will automatically redirect bass sound to subwoofer. If you want to listen to two channel (stereo) sources under this setting, we recommend that you choose A.F.D. AUTO mode so that you can take advantage of your sub woofer to obtain the correct bass signal.
Selecting other sound fields
Press SOUND FIELD +/ repeatedly to select the sound field you want.
The current sound field is indicated in the display. See pages 2122 for information on each sound field.
Selecting a sound field (continued)
About Cinema Studio EX
Reproduces the acoustics of a rectangular concert hall. Cinema Studio EX consists of the following three elements. Virtual Multi Dimension Creates 5 sets of virtual speakers surrounding the listener from a single pair of actual surround speakers. Screen Depth Matching In a movie theater, sound seems to come from inside the image reflected on the movie screen. This element creates the same sensation in your listening room by shifting the sound of the front speakers into the screen. Cinema Studio Reverberation Reproduces the reverberations peculiar to a movie theater. Cinema Studio EX is the integrated mode which operates these elements simultaneously.
x JAZZ (Jazz Club)
Reproduces the acoustics of a jazz club.
x CONCERT (Live Concert)
Reproduces the acoustics of a 300-seat live house.
To turn the surround effect off
Press A.F.D. to select A.F.D. AUTO or press SOUND FIELD +/ repeatedly to select 2CH ST.
The effects provided by the virtual speakers may cause increased noise in the playback signal. When listening with sound fields that employ the virtual speakers, you will not be able to hear any sound coming directly from the surround speakers.
The receiver memorizes the last sound field selected for each program source (Sound Field Link). Whenever you select a program source, the sound field that was last applied is automatically applied again. For example, if you listen to DVD with HALL as the sound field, change to a different program source, then return to DVD, HALL will be applied again. You can identify the encoding format of DVD software, etc. by looking at the logo on the package. : Dolby Digital discs : Dolby Surround encoded programs : DTS Digital Surround encoded programs
Understanding the multi channel surround displays
DIGITAL DTS SW L PRO LOGIC II LFE SL
ST MEMORY MONO D.RANGE RDS OPT COAX
1 ; DIGITAL: Lights up when the receiver is decoding signals recorded in the Dolby Digital format. 2 DTS: Lights up when DTS signals are input. 3 SW: Lights up when sub woofer selection is set to YES (page 16) and the audio signal is output from the SUB WOOFER jacks. 4 Playback channel indicators: The letters (L, C, R, etc.) indicate the channels being played back. The boxes around the letters vary to show how the receiver downmixes the source sound (based on the speakers settings). When using sound fields like C.ST.EX, the receiver adds reverberation based on the source sound. L (Front Left), R (Front Right), C (Center (monaural)), SL (Surround Left), SR (Surround Right), S (Surround (monaural or the surround components obtained by Pro Logic processing)) Example: Recording format (Front/Surround): 3/2 Output channel: Surround speakers absent Sound Field: A.F.D. AUTO
L SL C R SR
6 D.RANGE: Lights up when dynamic range compression is activated. See page 24 to adjust the dynamic range compression. 7 COAX: Lights up when the source signal is a digital signal being input through the COAX terminal. 8 OPT: Lights up when the source signal is a digital signal being input through the OPT terminal. 9 LFE: Lights up when the disc being played back contains the LFE (Low Frequency Effect) channel and when the sound of the LFE channel signal is actually being reproduced. 0 ; PRO LOGIC II: ; PRO LOGIC lights up when the receiver applies Pro Logic processing to 2 channel signals in order to output the center and surround channel signals. ; PRO LOGIC II lights up when Pro Logic II processing (PLII MOV or PLII MUS) is applied (page 20). However, both indicators do not light up if the center and surround speakers are set to NO, and A.F.D. AUTO, DOLBY PL, PLII MOV or PLII MUS is selected.
5 Tuner indicators: Light up when using the receiver to tune in radio stations, etc. See pages 2629 for tuner operations.
RDS only appears for models of area code CEL, CEK only.
Customizing sound fields
By adjusting the surround parameters and the tone characteristics of the front speakers, you can customize the sound fields to suit your particular listening situation. Once you customize a sound field, the changes are stored in the memory indefinitely. You can change a customized sound field any time by making new adjustments to the parameters. See the tables on back page for the parameters available in each sound field.
BAL. L/R XX
BALANCE 0 dB 0 dB 0 dB 0 dB OFF STD
Make sure youve entered the right frequency. If not, repeat steps 2 and 3. If the entered numbers still flash, the frequency is not used in your area.
4 If youve tuned in an AM station, adjust
the direction of the AM loop antenna for optimum reception.
5 Repeat steps 1 to 4 to receive another
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If you do not remember the precise frequency, press TUNING + or TUNING after entering the value close to the frequency you want. The receiver automatically tunes in the station you want. If the frequency seems to be higher than the entered value, press TUNING +, and if the frequency seems to be lower than the entered value, press TUNING. If STEREO flashes in the display and the FM stereo reception is poor, press FM MODE to change to monaural (MONO). You will not be able to enjoy the stereo effect, but the sound will be less distorted. To return to stereo mode, press FM MODE again. The tuning scale differs depending on the area code as shown in the following table. For details on area codes, see page 4.
Area code FM AM
After you have tuned in stations using Direct Tuning or Automatic Tuning, you can preset them to the receiver. Then you can tune in any of the stations directly by entering its 2-character preset code using the supplied remote. Up to 30 FM or AM stations can be preset. The receiver will also scan all the stations that you have preset. Before tuning to preset stations, be sure to preset them by performing steps on Presetting radio stations.
Presetting radio stations
CEL, CEK, SP
1 Press TUNER.
If you dont know the frequency of the station you want, you can let the receiver scan all available stations in your area.
2 Tune in the station that you want to
preset using Direct Tuning (page 26) or Automatic Tuning (page 27).
3 Press MEMORY.
MEMORY appears in the display for a few seconds. Do steps 4 to 5 before MEMORY goes out.
2 Press TUNING + or TUNING.
Press TUNING + to scan from low to high; press TUNING to scan from high to low. The receiver stops scanning whenever a station is received.
When the receiver reaches either end of the band
4 Press PRESET + or PRESET
repeatedly to select a preset number.
Each time you press the button, the preset station number changes in the corresponding order and direction as follows:
Scanning is repeated in the same direction.
3 To continue scanning, press TUNING +
or TUNING again.
If MEMORY goes out before you press the preset station number, start again from step 3.
Preset tuning (continued)
5 Press MEMORY again to store the
Each time you press the button, RDS information on the display changes cyclically as follows: Program Station name t Frequency t Program Type indicationa) t Radio Text indicationb) t Current Time indication (in 24-hour system) t Sound field currently applied t Volume
a) Type of program being broadcast (page 29). b) Text messages sent by the RDS station.
POP M ROCK M EASY M LIGHT M CLASSICS OTHER M
If there is an emergency announcement by government authorities, ALARM flashes in the display. When the message consists of 9 characters or more, the message scrolls across the display. If a station does not provide a particular RDS service, NO XXXX (such as NO TEXT) appears in the display.
WEATHER FINANCE CHILDREN SOCIAL RELIGION PHONE IN
Description of program types
Program type indication Description
NEWS AFFAIRS INFO
News programs Topical programs that expand on current news Programs offering information on a wide spectrum of subjects, including consumer affairs and medical advice Sports programs Educational programs, such as how-to and advice programs Radio plays and serials Programs about national or regional culture, such as language and social concerns OLDIES FOLK M DOCUMENT NONE TRAVEL
SPORT EDUCATE DRAMA CULTURE
JAZZ COUNTRY NATION M
Using the Sleep Timer
You can set the receiver to turn off automatically at a specified time.
After pressing ALT (page 35), press SLEEP while the power is on.
Adjustments using the SET UP menu
The SET UP menu allows you to make the following adjustments.
Each time you press the button, the display changes cyclically as follows: 2-00-00 t 1-30-00 t 1-00-00 t 0-30-00 t OFF The display dim after you have specified the time.
To check the remaining time before the receiver turns off, press ALT, then press SLEEP. The remaining time appears in the display.
DVD-XXXX TV-XXXX DEC. XXXX
AUTO AUTO PCM (for DVD), AUTO (for TV/SAT)
x Audio input mode for DVD function (DVD-XXXX)
Lets you select the audio input mode for DVD function.
AUTO gives priority to digital signals when there are both digital and analog connections. If there are no digital signals, analog is selected. OPT specifies the digital audio signals input to the DIGITAL DVD OPT IN jacks. COAX specifies the digital audio signals input to the DIGITAL DVD COAX IN jacks. ANLG specifies the analog audio signals input to the DVD IN (L/R) jacks.
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x Audio input mode for TV/SAT function (TV-XXXX)
Lets you select the audio input mode for TV/SAT function.
AUTO gives priority to digital signals, when there are both digital and analog connections. If there are no digital signals, analog is selected. OPT specifies the digital audio signals input to the DIGITAL TV/SAT OPT IN jacks. ANLG specifies the analog audio signals input to the TV/SAT IN (L/R) jacks. x Decode priority (DEC. XXXX)
Sets the appropriate decoding for incoming digital signals. PCM priority mode (DEC. PCM) Use to enjoy playback from audio CD (PCM) and DVD. When used with media other than CD or DVD, you may experience noise. If this happens, switch to AUTO mode. AUTO mode (DEC. AUTO) Use to enjoy playback from audio CD (PCM), DVD, DTS-CD and DTS-LD sources. However, with audio CDs, you may not be able to listen the very first moments of each track. Normally, use as-is with the initial settings above.
Operation using the Remote RM-U40
You can use the remote to operate the components in your system.
Remote button description
TV ?/1 AV ?/1
Before you use your remote
Inserting batteries into the remote
Insert R6 (size-AA) batteries with the + and properly oriented in the battery compartment. When using the remote, point it at the remote sensor on the receiver.
SYSTEM STANDBY SLEEP VIDEO DVD SAT TV
AAC BI-LING 1 AUDIO 4 TIME 7
SOUND FM MODE D.TUNING FIELD 2 ANGLE 5 SWAP 8 MEMORY SHIFT ENTER/12 DISC ALT JUMP 3 SUBTITLE 6 PRESET/ CH/D.SKIP 9
0/10 >10/11 TUNING
CLEAR SEARCH MODE
TOP MENU/ GUIDE
AV MENU MASTER VOL
DISPLAY TV VOL
RETURN/EXIT TV/ MAIN VIDEO MENU
Under normal conditions, the batteries should last for about 6 months. When the remote no longer operates the receiver, replace all batteries with new ones.
Do not leave the remote in an extremely hot or humid place. Do not use a new battery with an old one. Do not expose the remote sensor to direct sunlight or lighting apparatuses. Doing so may cause a malfunction. If you dont use the remote for an extended period of time, remove the batteries to avoid possible damage from battery leakage and corrosion.
The tables below show the settings of each button.
Remote Button Operations Function
Turns the receiver on or off. Activates the sleep function and the duration which the receiver turns off automatically.
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VIDEO DVD TV SAT TUNER AUX SHIFT
Receiver Receiver Receiver Receiver Receiver Receiver Receiver
To watch VCR. To watch DVD. To watch TV programs. To watch satellite tuner. To listen to radio programs. To listen to an audio equipment. Press repeatedly to select a memory page for presetting radio stations or tuning to preset stations. Tuner station direct keyin-mode. Scans radio stations. Stores the radio stations. Selects FM monaural or stereo reception. Mutes the sound from the receiver. Select a menu item. Makes adjustment or change the setting. Adjust the master volume of the receiver. Selects menus.
SOUND Receiver FIELD +/ TEST TONE A.F.D. Receiver Receiver
Selects sound fields. Press to output test tone. Selects A.F.D. AUTO. Selects DOLBY PL, PLII MOV, and PLII MUS. Turns the audio and video components on or off. Turns off the receiver and other Sony audio/ video components.
Change remote key function to activate those buttons with orange printing.
Satellite tuner Displays guide menu.
* Only for Sony TVs with the picture-in-picture function.
TV VOL +/
TV CH +/ TV TV/ VIDEO WIDE SWAP* JUMP TV TV TV TV
The above explanation is intended to serve as an example only. Therefore, depending on the component the above operation may not be possible or may operate differently than described. To activate the buttons with orange printing, press ALT first before pressing the buttons. Press MAIN MENU on the remote before you use the V/v/B/b buttons for receiver operation. Press TOP MENU/GUIDE or AV MENU on the remote before you use the remote to control the satelite tuner, VCR and DVD player. The AUX and AAC BI-LING functions are not available for set operation.
Changing the factory setting of an input selector button
If the factory settings of the input selector buttons do not match your system components, you can change them. For example, if you have a CD player and you do not have a DVD player, you can assign the DVD button to your CD player.
To reset a button to its factory setting
Repeat the above procedure.
To reset all the input selector buttons to their factory setting
Press ?/1, AV ?/1 and MASTER VOL at the same time.
1 Hold down the input selector button
whose input source you want to change (for example, DVD).
2 Press the corresponding button of the
component you want to assign to the input selector button (for example, 1 CD player).
The following buttons are assigned to select the input source:
To operate Press
CD player VCR (command mode VTR 2*) VCR (command mode VTR 3*) DVD player TV DSS (Digital Satellite Receiver) Tuner (this receiver) DCS (Digital CS Tuner) BSD (Digital BS Tuner) Tuner (Component Tuner)
* Sony VCRs are operated with a VTR 2 or 3 setting. These correspond to 8mm and VHS respectively.
Now you can use the DVD button to control the CD player.
Should any solid object or liquid fall into the cabinet, unplug the receiver and have it checked by qualified personnel before operating it any further.
If you encounter color irregularity on a nearby TV screen
This speaker system is magnetically shielded to allow it to be installed near a TV set. However, color irregularities may still be observed on certain types of TV sets.
If color irregularity is observed.
On power sources
Before operating the unit, check that the operating voltage is identical with your local power supply. The operating voltage is indicated on the nameplate at the rear of the receiver. The unit is not disconnected from the AC power source (mains) as long as it is connected to the wall outlet, even if the receiver itself has been turned off. If you are not going to use the receiver for a long time, be sure to disconnect the receiver from the wall outlet. To disconnect the AC power cord, grasp the plug itself; never pull the cord. AC power cord must be changed only at the qualified service shop.
Turn off the TV set once, then turn it on again after 15 to 30 minutes.
If color irregularity is observed again.
Place the speaker further away from the TV set.
If howling occurs
Reposition the speakers or turn down the volume on the receiver.
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. If you have any question or problem concerning your receiver, please consult your nearest Sony dealer.
On heat buildup
Although the unit heats up during operation, this is not a malfunction. If you continuously use this unit at a large volume, the cabinet temperature of the top, side and bottom rises considerably. To avoid burning yourself, do not touch the cabinet.
If you experience any of the following difficulties while using the receiver, use this troubleshooting guide to help you remedy the problem. Also, see Checking the connections on page 19 to verify that the connections are correct.
The left and right sounds are unbalanced or reversed.
Use a 75-ohm coaxial cable (not supplied) to connect the receiver to an outdoor FM antenna as shown below. If you connect the receiver to an outdoor antenna, ground it against lightning. To prevent a gas explosion, do not connect the ground wire to a gas pipe.
Outdoor FM antenna
Check that the speakers and components are connected correctly and securely. Adjust balance parameters in the LEVEL menu.
There is severe hum or noise.
Check that the speakers and components are connected securely. Check that the connecting cords are away from a transformer or motor, and at least 3 meters away from a TV set or fluorescent light. Move your TV away from the audio components. The plugs and jacks are dirty. Wipe them with a cloth slightly moistened with alcohol.
Ground wire (not supplied) To ground
Radio stations cannot be tuned in.
The remote does not function.
Check that the antennas are connected securely. Adjust the antennas and connect an external antenna if necessary. The signal strength of the stations is too weak (when tuning in with automatic tuning). Use Direct tuning. No stations have been preset or the preset stations have been cleared (when tuning by scanning preset stations). Preset the stations (see page 27).
RDS does not work.*
Make sure that youre tuned to an FM RDS station. Select a stronger FM station.
The RDS information that you want does not appear.*
The AUX and AAC BI-LING buttons on the remote are not available. Point the remote at the remote sensor on the receiver. Remove any obstacles in the path between the remote and the receiver. Replace both batteries in the remote with new ones, if they are weak. Make sure you select the correct input selector on the remote. If the remote is set to operate the TV only, use the remote to select a source or component other than TV before operating the receiver or other component.
Contact the radio station and find out whether they actually provide the service in question. If so, the service may be temporarily out of order.
The surround effect cannot be obtained.
If you are unable to remedy the problem using the troubleshooting guide
Make sure the sound field function is on (press SOUND FIELD +/).
There is no picture or an unclear picture appears on the TV screen or monitor.
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