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Published by TY 0872 BU TV Consumer Care Printed in the Netherlands Subject to modification EN 3122 785 18171

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Colour Television Chassis
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Contents Page Contents Page
1. Technical Specifications, Connections, and Chassis
Overview 2
2. Safety Instructions, Warnings, and Notes 5
3. Directions for Use 6
4. Mechanical Instructions 7
5. Service Modes, Error Codes, and Fault Finding 12
6. Block Diagrams, Test Point Overview, and
Waveforms
Wiring Diagram 32" (MG8) 23
Wiring Diagram 42" (MG8) 24
Block Diagram Video 25
Block Diagram Audio 26
Block Diagram Control & Clock Signals 27
SSB: Test Points (Overview Bottom Side) 28-30
I2C IC Overview 31
Supply Lines Overview 32
7. Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts Diagram PWB
SSB: DC/DC (B01) 33 47-51
SSB: Tuner IF & SAWF (B02) 34 47-51
SSB: Micro Processor NVM (B03) 35 47-51
SSB: TDA154XX (B04A) 36 47-51
SSB: DDR Flash Trap (B04B) 37 47-51
SSB: LVDS Connectors (B04C) 38 47-51
SSB: SMIC L (B05A) 39 47-51
SSB: Audio Class D (B05B) 40 47-51
SSB: YPBPR & SVHS (B06A) 41 47-51
SSB: IO Scart 1 (B06B) 42 47-51
SSB: Scart2 & UART & JTAG (B06C) 43 47-51
SSB: HDMI (B06D) 44 47-51
SSB: SRP List Explanation 45
SSB: SRP List 46
Keyboard Control Panel (E) 52 52
IR & LED Panel (J) 53 54
8. Alignments 55
9. Circuit Descriptions, Abbreviation List, and IC Data
Sheets 58
Abbreviation List 63
IC Data Sheets 65
10. Spare Parts List & CTN Overview 71
11. Revision List 71
Technical Specifications, Connections, and Chassis Overview EN 2 LC8.1E LB 1.
1. Technical Specifications, Connections, and Chassis Overview
Index of this chapter:
1.1 Technical Specifications
1.2 Connection Overview
1.3 Chassis Overview
Notes:
Figures can deviate due to the different set executions.
Specifications are indicative (subject to change).
1.1 Technical Specifications
1.1.1 Vision
Display type : LCD
Screen size : 32" (82 cm), 16:9
: 42" (107 cm), 16:9
Resolution (HxV pixels) : 1366 768
Dyn. contrast ratio : 24000:1
Min. light output (cd/m
2
) : 500
Typ. response time (ms) : 6
Viewing angle (HxV degrees) : 176 176
Tuning system : PLL
Presets/channels : 99 presets
Tuner bands : VHF, UHF, S, H
TV Colour systems : PAL B/G, D/K, I
: SECAM B/G, D/K, L/L
Video playback : NTSC
: PAL
: SECAM
Supported computer formats : 640 480
: 720 480
: 800 600
: 1024 768
: 1280 720
Supported video formats : 480i @ 60 Hz
: 480p @ 60 Hz
: 576i @ 50 Hz
: 576p @ 50 Hz
: 720p @50, 60 Hz
: 1080i @ 50, 60 Hz
: 1080p @ 24, 25, 30,
50, 60 Hz
1.1.2 Sound
Sound systems : Nicam Stereo
Maximum power (W
RMS
) : 2 10
1.1.3 Miscellaneous
Power supply:
- Mains voltage (V
AC
) : 220 - 240
- Mains frequency (Hz) : 50 / 60
Ambient conditions:
- Temperature range (C) : +5 to +35
- Maximum humidity : 90% R.H.
Power consumption (values are indicative)
- Normal operation (W) : 130 (32")
: 200 (42")
- Stand-by (W) : < 0.15
Dimensions (W H D mm) : 809 544 92 (32")
: 1033 667 88 (42")
Weight incl. packaging (kg) : 18 (32")
: 39 (42")
Technical Specifications, Connections, and Chassis Overview EN 3 LC8.1E LB 1.
1.2 Connection Overview
Figure 1-1 Side and rear I/O connections
Note: The following connector colour abbreviations are used
(acc. to DIN/IEC 757): Bk= Black, Bu= Blue, Gn= Green, Gy=
Grey, Rd= Red, Wh= White, and Ye= Yellow.
1.2.1 Connections
1 - Aerial - In
- - IEC-type (EU) Coax, 75 ohm D
2 - Service Connector (UART)
1 - UART_TX Transmit k
2 - Ground Gnd H
3 - UART_RX Receive j
3 - HDMI: Digital Video, Digital Audio - In
1 - D2+ Data channel j
2 - Shield Gnd H
3 - D2- Data channel j
4 - D1+ Data channel j
5 - Shield Gnd H
6 - D1- Data channel j
7 - D0+ Data channel j
8 - Shield Gnd H
9 - D0- Data channel j
10 - CLK+ Data channel j
11 - Shield Gnd H
12 - CLK- Data channel j
13 - CEC Control channel jk
14 - n.c.
15 - DDC_SCL DDC clock j
16 - DDC_SDA DDC data jk
17 - Ground Gnd H
18 - +5V j
19 - HPD Hot Plug Detect j
20 - Ground Gnd H
4 - EXT2: CVBS - In/Out, Audio - In/Out
Figure 1-2 SCART connector
1 - Audio R 0.5 V
RMS
/ 1 kohm k
2 - Audio R 0.5 V
RMS
/ 10 kohm j
3 - Audio L 0.5 V
RMS
/ 1 kohm k
4 - Ground Gnd H
5 - Ground Gnd H
6 - Audio L 0.5 V
RMS
/ 10 kohm j
7 - n.c.
8 - Function Select 0 - 2 V: INT
4.5 - 7 V: EXT 16:9
9.5 - 12 V: EXT 4:3 j
9 - Ground Gnd H
10 - n.c.
11 - n.c
12 - n.c.
13 - Ground Gnd H
14 - Ground Gnd H
15 - Video/C 0.7 V
PP
/ 75 ohm j
16 - n.c.
17 - Ground Gnd H
18 - Ground Gnd H
19 - Video CVBS 1 V
PP
/ 75 ohm k
20 - Video CVBS 1 V
PP
/ 75 ohm j
21 - Shield Gnd H
5 - EXT1: Video RGB - In, CVBS - In/Out, Audio - In/Out
Figure 1-3 SCART connector
1 - Audio R 0.5 V
RMS
/ 1 kohm k
2 - Audio R 0.5 V
RMS
/ 10 kohm j
3 - Audio L 0.5 V
RMS
/ 1 kohm k
4 - Ground Gnd H
5 - Ground Gnd H
6 - Audio L 0.5 V
RMS
/ 10 kohm j
7 - Video Blue 0.7 V
PP
/ 75 ohm j
8 - Function Select 0 - 2 V: INT
4.5 - 7 V: EXT 16:9
9.5 - 12 V: EXT 4:3 j
9 - Ground Gnd H
10 - n.c.
11 - Video Green 0.7 V
PP
/ 75 ohm j
12 - n.c.
13 - Ground Gnd H
14 - Ground Gnd H
15 - Video Red 0.7 V
PP
/ 75 ohm j
16 - Status/FBL 0 - 0.4 V: INT
1 - 3 V: EXT / 75 ohm j
17 - Ground Gnd H
18 - Ground Gnd H
19 - Video CVBS 1 V
PP
/ 75 ohm k
20 - Video CVBS 1 V
PP
/ 75 ohm j
21 - Shield Gnd H
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6 - S-Video (Hosiden): Video Y/C - In
1 - Ground Y Gnd H
2 - Ground C Gnd H
3 - Video Y 1 V
PP
/ 75 ohm j
4 - Video C 0.3 V
PP
P / 75 ohm j
7, 8 - Cinch: Video CVBS - In, Audio - In
Ye - Video CVBS 1 V
PP
/ 75 ohm jq
Wh - Audio L 0.5 V
RMS
/ 10 kohm jq
Rd - Audio R 0.5 V
RMS
/ 10 kohm jq
9 - Cinch: Video YPbPr - In, Audio - In
Gn - Video Y 1 V
PP
/ 75 ohm jq
Bu - Video Pb 0.7 V
PP
/ 75 ohm jq
Rd - Video Pr 0.7 V
PP
/ 75 ohm jq
Wh - Audio L 0.5 V
RMS
/ 10 kohm jq
Rd - Audio R 0.5 V
RMS
/ 10 kohm jq
10 - Head phone - Out
Bk - Head phone 32 - 600 ohm / 10 mW rt
1.3 Chassis Overview
Figure 1-4 PWB/CBA locations
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Safety Instructions, Warnings, and Notes EN 5 LC8.1E LB 2.
2. Safety Instructions, Warnings, and Notes
Index of this chapter:
2.1 Safety Instructions
2.2 Warnings
2.3 Notes
2.1 Safety Instructions
Safety regulations require the following during a repair:
Connect the set to the Mains/AC Power via an isolation
transformer (> 800 VA).
Replace safety components, indicated by the symbol h,
only by components identical to the original ones. Any
other component substitution (other than original type) may
increase risk of fire or electrical shock hazard.

Safety regulations require that after a repair, the set must be
returned in its original condition. Pay in particular attention to
the following points:
Route the wire trees correctly and fix them with the
mounted cable clamps.
Check the insulation of the Mains/AC Power lead for
external damage.
Check the strain relief of the Mains/AC Power cord for
proper function.
Check the electrical DC resistance between the Mains/AC
Power plug and the secondary side (only for sets that have
a Mains/AC Power isolated power supply):
1. Unplug the Mains/AC Power cord and connect a wire
between the two pins of the Mains/AC Power plug.
2. Set the Mains/AC Power switch to the on position
(keep the Mains/AC Power cord unplugged!).
3. Measure the resistance value between the pins of the
Mains/AC Power plug and the metal shielding of the
tuner or the aerial connection on the set. The reading
should be between 4.5 M and 12 M.
4. Switch off the set, and remove the wire between the
two pins of the Mains/AC Power plug.
Check the cabinet for defects, to prevent touching of any
inner parts by the customer.
2.2 Warnings
All ICs and many other semiconductors are susceptible to
electrostatic discharges (ESD w). Careless handling
during repair can reduce life drastically. Make sure that,
during repair, you are connected with the same potential as
the mass of the set by a wristband with resistance. Keep
components and tools also at this same potential.
Be careful during measurements in the high voltage
section.
Never replace modules or other components while the unit
is switched on.
When you align the set, use plastic rather than metal tools.
This will prevent any short circuits and the danger of a
circuit becoming unstable.
2.3 Notes
2.3.1 General
Measure the voltages and waveforms with regard to the
chassis (= tuner) ground (H), or hot ground (I), depending
on the tested area of circuitry. The voltages and waveforms
shown in the diagrams are indicative. Measure them in the
Service Default Mode (see chapter 5) with a colour bar
signal and stereo sound (L: 3 kHz, R: 1 kHz unless stated
otherwise) and picture carrier at 475.25 MHz for PAL, or
61.25 MHz for NTSC (channel 3).
Where necessary, measure the waveforms and voltages
with (D) and without (E) aerial signal. Measure the
voltages in the power supply section both in normal
operation (G) and in stand-by (F). These values are
indicated by means of the appropriate symbols.
2.3.2 Schematic Notes
All resistor values are in ohms, and the value multiplier is
often used to indicate the decimal point location (e.g. 2K2
indicates 2.2 k).
Resistor values with no multiplier may be indicated with
either an E or an R (e.g. 220E or 220R indicates 220 ).
All capacitor values are given in micro-farads ( = 10
-6
),
nano-farads (n = 10
-9
), or pico-farads (p = 10
-12
).
Capacitor values may also use the value multiplier as the
decimal point indication (e.g. 2p2 indicates 2.2 pF).
An asterisk (*) indicates component usage varies. Refer
to the diversity tables for the correct values.
The correct component values are listed in the Spare Parts
List. Therefore, always check this list when there is any
doubt.
2.3.3 BGA (Ball Grid Array) ICs
Introduction
For more information on how to handle BGA devices, visit this
URL: www.atyourservice.ce.philips.com (needs subscription,
not available for all regions). After login, select Magazine,
then go to Repair downloads. Here you will find Information
on how to deal with BGA-ICs.
BGA Temperature Profiles
For BGA-ICs, you must use the correct temperature-profile,
which is coupled to the 12NC. For an overview of these profiles,
visit the website www.atyourservice.ce.philips.com (needs
subscription, but is not available for all regions)
You will find this and more technical information within the
Magazine, chapter Repair downloads.
For additional questions please contact your local repair help
desk.
2.3.4 Lead-free Soldering
Due to lead-free technology some rules have to be respected
by the workshop during a repair:
Use only lead-free soldering tin Philips SAC305 with order
code 0622 149 00106. If lead-free solder paste is required,
please contact the manufacturer of your soldering
equipment. In general, use of solder paste within
workshops should be avoided because paste is not easy to
store and to handle.
Use only adequate solder tools applicable for lead-free
soldering tin. The solder tool must be able:
To reach a solder-tip temperature of at least 400C.
To stabilize the adjusted temperature at the solder-tip.
To exchange solder-tips for different applications.
Adjust your solder tool so that a temperature of around
360C - 380C is reached and stabilized at the solder joint.
Heating time of the solder-joint should not exceed ~ 4 sec.
Avoid temperatures above 400C, otherwise wear-out of
tips will increase drastically and flux-fluid will be destroyed.
To avoid wear-out of tips, switch off unused equipment or
reduce heat.
Mix of lead-free soldering tin/parts with leaded soldering
tin/parts is possible but PHILIPS recommends strongly to
avoid mixed regimes. If this cannot be avoided, carefully
clear the solder-joint from old tin and re-solder with new tin.
Directions for Use EN 6 LC8.1E LB 3.
2.3.5 Alternative BOM identification
It should be noted that on the European Service website,
Alternative BOM is referred to as Design variant.
The third digit in the serial number (example:
AG2B0335000001) indicates the number of the alternative
B.O.M. (Bill Of Materials) that has been used for producing the
specific TV set. In general, it is possible that the same TV
model on the market is produced with e.g. two different types
of displays, coming from two different suppliers. This will then
result in sets which have the same CTN (Commercial Type
Number; e.g. 28PW9515/12) but which have a different B.O.M.
number.
By looking at the third digit of the serial number, one can
identify which B.O.M. is used for the TV set he is working with.
If the third digit of the serial number contains the number 1
(example: AG1B033500001), then the TV set has been
manufactured according to B.O.M. number 1. If the third digit is
a 2 (example: AG2B0335000001), then the set has been
produced according to B.O.M. no. 2. This is important for
ordering the correct spare parts!
For the third digit, the numbers 1...9 and the characters A...Z
can be used, so in total: 9 plus 26= 35 different B.O.M.s can be
indicated by the third digit of the serial number.
Identification: The bottom line of a type plate gives a 14-digit
serial number. Digits 1 and 2 refer to the production center (e.g.
AG is Bruges), digit 3 refers to the B.O.M. code, digit 4 refers
to the Service version change code, digits 5 and 6 refer to the
production year, and digits 7 and 8 refer to production week (in
example below it is 2006 week 17). The 6 last digits contain the
serial number.
Figure 2-1 Serial number (example)
2.3.6 Board Level Repair (BLR) or Component Level Repair
(CLR)
If a board is defective, consult your repair procedure to decide
if the board has to be exchanged or if it should be repaired on
component level.
If your repair procedure says the board should be exchanged
completely, do not solder on the defective board. Otherwise, it
cannot be returned to the O.E.M. supplier for back charging!
2.3.7 Practical Service Precautions
It makes sense to avoid exposure to electrical shock.
While some sources are expected to have a possible
dangerous impact, others of quite high potential are of
limited current and are sometimes held in less regard.
Always respect voltages. While some may not be
dangerous in themselves, they can cause unexpected
reactions that are best avoided. Before reaching into a
powered TV set, it is best to test the high voltage insulation.
It is easy to do, and is a good service precaution.
3. Directions for Use
You can download this information from the following websites:
http://www.philips.com/support
http://www.p4c.philips.com
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Mechanical Instructions EN 7 LC8.1E LB 4.
4. Mechanical Instructions
Index of this chapter:
4.1 Cable Dressing
4.2 Service Positions
4.3 Assy/Panel Removal MG8 Styling
4.4 Set Re-assembly
Notes:
Figures below can deviate slightly from the actual situation,
due to the different set executions.
4.1 Cable Dressing
Figure 4-1 Cable dressing 32" sets
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Figure 4-2 Cable dressing 42" sets
4.2 Service Positions
For easy servicing of this set, there are a few possibilities
created:
The buffers from the packaging (see figure Rear cover).
Foam bars (created for Service).
4.2.1 Foam Bars
Figure 4-3 Foam bars
The foam bars (order code 3122 785 90580 for two pieces) can
be used for all types and sizes of Flat TVs. See figure Foam
bars for details. Sets with a display of 42" and larger, require
four foam bars [1]. Ensure that the foam bars are always
supporting the cabinet and never only the display.
Caution: Failure to follow these guidelines can seriously
damage the display!
By laying the TV face down on the (ESD protective) foam bars,
a stable situation is created to perform measurements and
alignments. By placing a mirror under the TV, you can monitor
the screen.
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4.3 Assy/Panel Removal MG8 Styling
Pictures are taken from 32 set.
4.3.1 Rear Cover
Warning: Disconnect the mains power cord before you remove
the rear cover.
You can remove the backcover without removing the stand.
4.3.2 Speakers
Refer to next figure for details.
1. Unplug the connectors [1].
2. Remove the screws [2] and lift the speaker from the back
cover.
Figure 4-4 Speakers
4.3.3 IR & LED Panel
Refer to next figure for details.
1. Unplug connectors [1].
2. Release the clips and take the panel out.
When defective, replace the whole unit.
Figure 4-5 IR & LED Board
4.3.4 Keyboard Control Panel
Refer to next figure for details.
1. Unplug the key board connector from the IR & LED board.
2. Remove the screws [1].
3. Lift the unit and take it out of the set.
When defective, replace the whole unit.
Figure 4-6 Key Board
4.3.5 Main Power Supply Panel 32"
Refer to next figure for details.
1. Unplug connectors [1].
2. Remove the fixation screws [2].
3. Take the board out.
When defective, replace the whole unit.
Figure 4-7 Main Power Supply Panel 32"
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4.3.6 Small Signal Board (SSB)
Refer to next figure for details.
Caution: it is mandatory to remount all different screws at their
original position during re-assembly. Failure to do so may result
in damaging the SSB.
1. Unplug the LVDS connector [1].
Caution: be careful, as this is a very fragile connector!
2. Unplug the connectors [2].
3. Remove the screws [3].
4. The SSB can now be taken out of the set, together with the
side cover.
5. To remove the side cover, push back the clamp [4] using a
screw driver.
6. Pull the cover sidewards from the SSB.
Figure 4-8 Small Signal Board
4.3.7 LCD Panel
Refer to next figures for details.
1. Remove the stand [1].
2. Unplug the LVDS connector [2].
3. Unplug connectors [3] from
Main Power Supply Panel
Speakers
IR & LED Panel.
4. Remove any adhesive tape [4] that prevents cables being
removed from the set.
5. Remove all cables from clamps [5] that prevents them from
being removed from the set.
6. Remove the VESA stand [6].
7. Remove the Main Power Supply Panel together with its
subframe [7].
8. Remove the Small Signal Board together with its
subframe [8].
9. Remove the subframe that holds the stand [9].
10. Remove the clamps that secure the LCD Panel [10] and
take the panel out.
Figure 4-9 LCD Panel -1-
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Figure 4-10 LCD Panel -2-
4.4 Set Re-assembly
To re-assemble the whole set, execute all processes in reverse
order.
Notes:
While re-assembling, make sure that all cables are placed
and connected in their original position. See figure Cable
dressing.
Pay special attention not to damage the EMC foams on the
SSB shields. Ensure that EMC foams are mounted
correctly.
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5. Service Modes, Error Codes, and Fault Finding
Index of this chapter:
5.1 Test Points
5.2 Service Modes
5.3 Service Tools
5.4 Error Codes
5.5 The Blinking LED Procedure
5.6 Software Upgrading
5.7 Fault Finding and Repair Tips
5.1 Test Points
In the chassis schematics and layout overviews, the test points
(Fxxx) are mentioned. In the schematics, test points are
indicated with a rectangular box around Fxxx or Ixxx, in the
layout overviews with a half-moon sign.
As most signals are digital, it will be difficult to measure
waveforms with a standard oscilloscope. Several key ICs are
capable of generating test patterns, which can be controlled via
ComPair. In this way it is possible to determine which part is
defective.
5.2 Service Modes
The Service Mode feature is split into four parts:
Simplified Service Default Mode (SDM).
Service Alignment Mode (SAM).
Customer Service Mode (CSM).
Computer Aided Repair Mode (ComPair).
SDM and SAM offer features, which can be used by the Service
engineer to repair/align a TV set. Some features are:
Activates the blinking LED procedure for error identification
when no picture is available (SDM).
Make alignments (e.g. white tone), (de)select options,
enter options codes, reset the error buffer (SAM).
Display information (SAM indication in upper right corner
of screen, error buffer, software version, options and option
codes, sub menus).
The CSM is a Service Mode that can be enabled by the
consumer. The CSM displays diagnosis information, which the
customer can forward to the dealer or call centre. In CSM
mode, CSM, is displayed in the top right corner of the screen.
The information provided in CSM and the purpose of CSM is to:
Increase the home repair hit rate.
Decrease the number of nuisance calls.
Solved customers' problem without home visit.
ComPair Mode is used for communication between a computer
and a TV on I
2
C /UART level and can be used by a Service
engineer to quickly diagnose the TV set by reading out error
codes, read and write in NVMs, communicate with ICs and the
uP (PWM, registers, etc.), and by making use of a fault finding
database. It will also be possible to up and download the
software of the TV set via I
2
C with help of ComPair. To do this,
ComPair has to be connected to the TV set via the compare
connector, which will be accessible through the rear of the set
(without removing the rear cover).
5.2.1 General
Some items are applicable to all Service Modes or are general.
These are listed below.
Software Identification, Version, and Cluster
The software ID, version, and cluster will be shown in the main
menu display of SDM, SAM, and CSM.
The screen will show: AAAABCD X.YY, where:
AAAA is the chassis name: LC81.
B is the region indication: E= Europe, A= AP/China,
U=NAFTA, L= LATAM.
C is the display indication: L= LCD, P= Plasma.
D is the language/feature indication: 1= standard, H=1080p
full HD.
X is the main version number: this is updated with a major
change of specification (incompatible with the previous
software version). Numbering will go from 1 - 9 and A - Z.
If the main version number changes, the new version
number is written in the NVM.
If the main version number changes, the default
settings are loaded.
YY is the sub version number: this is updated with a minor
change (backwards compatible with the previous versions)
Numbering will go from 00 - 99.
If the sub version number changes, the new version
number is written in the NVM.
If the NVM is fresh, the software identification, version,
and cluster will be written to NVM.
Display Option Code Selection
When after an SSB or display exchange, the display option
code is not set properly; it will result in a TV with no display.
Therefore, it is required to set this display option code after
such a repair.
To do so, press the following key sequence on a standard RC
transmitter: 062598 directly followed by MENU the OSD
Panel Selection will displayed on screen and xxx, where
xxx is a 3 digit decimal value of the panel type: see column
Display code in table Option code overview (ch. 8), or see
sticker on the side/bottom of the cabinet. When the value
is accepted and stored in NVM, the OSD Panel Selection will
be disappear set remain on, to indicate that the process has
been completed.

Figure 5-1 Location of Display Option Code sticker
During this algorithm, the NVM-content must be filtered,
because several items in the NVM are TV-related and not SSB
related (e.g. Model and Prod. S/N). Therefore, Model and
Prod. S/N data is changed into See Type Plate.
In case a call centre or consumer reads See Type Plate in
CSM mode, he needs to look to the side/bottom sticker to
identify the set, for further actions.
5.2.2 Service Default Mode (SDM)
Purpose
This simplified SDM mode in LC8.1E LB chassis is used for
Error blinking only.
Start the blinking LED procedure.
How to Activate
Press the following key sequence on the remote control
transmitter: 062596 directly followed by the MENU
PHILIPS
MODEL:
32PF9968/10
PROD.SERIAL NO:
AG 1A0620 000001
040
39mm
2
7
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m
(CTN Sticker)
Display Option
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button (do not allow the display to time out between entries
while keying the sequence).
Note:
No SDM Service jumpers in this LC08.1E LB chassis.
No SDM OSD menu displayed on screen.
How to Exit
Switch the set to STANDBY by pressing the mains button on
the remote control transmitter or on the television set.
The error buffer will only be cleared when the clear command
is used in the SAM menu.
Note:
If you switch the television set off by removing the mains
(i.e., unplugging the television), the television set will
remain in SDM when mains is re-applied, and the error
buffer is not cleared.
In case the set is in Factory mode by accident (with F
displayed on screen), by pressing and hold VOL- and
CH- together should leave Factory mode.
5.2.3 Service Alignment Mode (SAM)
Purpose
To change option settings.
To display / clear the error code buffer.
To perform alignments.
Specifications
Software version, error codes, and option settings display.
Error buffer clearing.
Option settings.
Software alignments (Tuner, White Tone).
ISP Mode (ComPair Mode) switching.
How to Activate
To activate SAM, use one of the following methods:
Press the following key sequence on the remote control
transmitter: 062596 directly followed by the OSD/
STATUS/INFO/i+ button (it depends on region which
button is present on the RC). Do not allow the display to
time out between entries while keying the sequence.
Or via ComPair.
After entering SAM, the following screen is visible, with SAM in
the upper right corner of the screen to indicate that the
television is in Service Alignment Mode.

Figure 5-2 SAM menu
Menu explanation:
1. AAAABCD-X.YY. See paragraph Service Modes ->
General -> Software Identification, Version, and Cluster
for the SW name definition. WT - X.Y. Weltrend standby
microprocessor Software Identification and Version.
2. SAM. Indication of the Service Alignment Mode.
3. ERR (ERR or buffer). Shows all errors detected since the
last time the buffer was erased. Five errors possible.
4. OP (Option Bytes). Used to read-out the option bytes. See
Options in the Alignments section for a detailed
description. Seven codes are possible.
5. Clear. Erases the contents of the error buffer. Select the
CLEAR menu item and press the MENU RIGHT key. The
content of the error buffer is cleared.
6. Options. Used to set the option bits. See Options in the
Alignments chapter for a detailed description.
7. Tuner. Used to align the tuner. See Tuner in the
Alignments chapter for a detailed description.
8. RGB Align. Used to align the White Tone. See White
Tone in the Alignments chapter for a detailed
description.
9. ISP Mode. Can be used to switch the television to In
System Programming mode (ISP), for software uploading
via ComPair. Read paragraph Service Tools - >
ComPair.
Note: When this mode is selected, the TV will be blocked.
Select ISP mode Off the TV will be back to normal TV mode.
How to Navigate
In the SAM menu, select menu items with the MENU UP/
DOWN keys on the remote control transmitter. The
selected item will be indicated.
With the MENU LEFT/RIGHT keys, it is possible to:
Activate the selected menu item.
Change the value of the selected menu item.
Activate the selected sub menu.
When you press the MENU button twice while in top level
SAM, the set will switch to the normal user menu (with the
SAM mode still active in the background). To return to the
SAM menu press the MENU button twice.
How to Store SAM Settings
To store the settings changed in SAM mode (except the
OPTIONS settings), leave the top level SAM menu by using the
POWER button on the remote control transmitter or the
television set.
How to Exit
Switch the set to STANDBY by pressing the mains button on
the remote control transmitter or the television set.
Note:
When the TV is switched off by a power interrupt while in
SAM, the TV will show up in normal operation mode as
soon as the power is supplied again. The error buffer will
not be cleared.
In case the set is in Factory mode by accident (with F
displayed on screen), by pressing and hold VOL- and
CH- together should leave Factory mode.
5.2.4 Customer Service Mode (CSM)
Purpose
The Customer Service Mode shows error codes and
information on the TVs operation settings. A call centre can
instruct the customer (by telephone) to enter CSM in order to
identify the status of the set. This helps them to diagnose
problems and failures in the TV before making a service call.
The CSM is a read-only mode; therefore, modifications are not
possible in this mode.
Specifications
Ignore Service unfriendly modes.
Line number for every line (to make CSM language
independent).
Set the screen mode to full screen (all contents on screen
are viewable).
After leaving the Customer Service Mode, the original
settings are restored.
Possibility to use CH+ or CH- for channel surfing, or
enter the specific channel number on the RC.
SAM
LC81EL1-1.0 WT- 1.4
ERR XX XX XX XX XX
OP XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX
Clear Yes
Options
Tuner
RGB Align
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How to Activate
To activate CSM, press the following key sequence on the
remote control transmitter: 123654 (do not allow the display
to time out between entries while keying the sequence). Upon
entering the Customer Service Mode, the following screen will
appear:

Figure 5-3 CSM menu -1- (example)

Figure 5-4 CSM menu -2- (example)
Menu Explanation
1. MODEL. Type number, e.g. 32PFL5403/12. (*)
2. PROD S/N. Product serial no., e.g. AG1A0831123456. (*)
3. SW ID. Software cluster and version is displayed.
4. OP. Option code information.
5. CODES. Error buffer contents.
6. SSB. Indication of the SSB factory ID (= 12nc). (*)
7. NVM. The NVM software version no.
8. DISPLAY. Indication of the display ID (=12 nc).
9. TUNER. Indicates the tuner signal condition: Weak when
signal falls below threshold value, Medium when signal is
at mid-range, and Strong when signal falls above
threshold value.
10. SYSTEM. Gives information about the video system of the
selected transmitter (PAL/SECAM/NTSC).
11. SOUND. Gives information about the audio system of the
selected transmitter (MONO/STEREO/NICAM).
12. HDAU. HDMI audio stream detection. YES means audio
stream detected. NO means no audio stream present.
Only displayed when HDMI source is selected.
13. FORMAT. Gives information about the video format of the
selected transmitter (480i/480p/720p/1080i).
14. Reserved.
15. Reserved.
16. Reserved.
17. Reserved.

(*) If an NVM IC is replaced or initialised, the Model Number,
Serial Number, and SSB Code Number must be re-written to
the NVM. ComPair will foresee in a possibility to do this.
How to Exit
To exit CSM, use one of the following methods:
Press the MENU button once, or POWER button on the
remote control transmitter.
Press the POWER button on the television set.
5.3 Service Tools
5.3.1 ComPair
Introduction
ComPair (Computer Aided Repair) is a Service tool for Philips
Consumer Electronics products and offers the following:
1. ComPair helps you to quickly get an understanding on how
to repair the chassis in a short and effective way.
2. ComPair allows very detailed diagnostics and is therefore
capable of accurately indicating problem areas. You do not
have to know anything about I2C or UART commands
yourself, because ComPair takes care of this.
3. ComPair speeds up the repair time since it can
automatically communicate with the chassis (when the uP
is working) and all repair information is directly available.
4. ComPair features TV software up possibilities.
Specifications
ComPair consists of a Windows based fault finding program
and an interface box between PC and the (defective) product.
The (new) ComPair II interface box is connected to the PC via
an USB cable. For the TV chassis, the ComPair interface box
and the TV communicate via a bi-directional cable via the
service connector(s).
How to Connect
This is described in the ComPair chassis fault finding database.

Figure 5-5 ComPair II interface connection
Caution: It is compulsory to connect the TV to the PC as
shown in the picture above (with the ComPair interface in
between), as the ComPair interface acts as a level shifter. If
one connects the TV directly to the PC (via UART), ICs will be
blown!
CSM
1 MODEL : 32PFL5403/12
2 PROD S/N : AG1A0831123456
3 SW ID : LC81EL1-1.0 WT - 1.4
4 OP : 3 2 0 255 8 0 1
5 CODES : 0 0 0 0 0
6 SSB : XXXXXXXXXXXXXX
7 NVM : 1.4
8 DISPLAY : XXXXXXXXXXXXXX
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9 TUNER : Tuned
10 SYSTEM : PAL
11 SOUND : Nicam Stereo
12 HDAU : No
13 FORMAT : 576I
14 :
15 :
16 :
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UART SERVICE
CONNECTOR
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I2C SERVICE
CONNECTOR
TO TV
PC
HDMI
I2C only
Optional power
5V DC
ComPair II Developed by Philips Brugge
RC out RC in
Optional
Switch
Power Mode Link/
Activity I2C
ComPair II
Multi
function
RS232 /UART
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How to Order
ComPair II order codes:
ComPair II interface: 3122 785 91020.
The latest ComPair software can be found on the Philips
Service website.
ComPair UART interface cable: 3138 188 75051 (to be
used for upgrading the Main software).
In the unlikely event that the Standby software should be
upgraded, you will be informed via the appropriate channels
(Philips Service website). To upgrade:
Remove backcover of set.
Use ComPair I
2
C interface cable: 3122 785 90004.
Use ComPair I
2
C adapter cable: 3139 131 03791.
Note: If you encounter any problems, contact your local
support desk.
5.3.2 LVDS Tool
Support of the LVDS Tool has been discontinued.
5.4 Error Codes
5.4.1 Introduction
Error codes are required to indicate failures in the TV set. In
principle a unique error code is available for every:
Activated protection.
Failing I
2
C device.
General I
2
C error.
The last errors, stored in the NVM, are shown in the Service
menus. This is called the error buffer.
The error code buffer contains all errors detected since the last
time the buffer was erased. The buffer is written from left to
right. When an error occurs that is not yet in the error code
buffer, it is displayed at the left side and all other errors shift one
position to the right.
An error will be added to the buffer if this error differs from any
error in the buffer. The last found error is displayed on the left.
An error with a designated error code may never lead to a
deadlock situation. This means that it must always be
diagnosable (e.g. error buffer via OSD or blinking LED
procedure, ComPair to read from the NVM).
In case a failure identified by an error code automatically
results in other error codes (cause and effect), only the error
code of the MAIN failure is displayed.
Example: In case of a failure of the I
2
C bus (CAUSE), the error
code for a General I
2
C failure and Protection errors is
displayed. The error code for the single devices (EFFECT) is
not displayed. All error codes are stored in the same error
buffer (TVs NVM) except when the NVM itself is defective.
5.4.2 How to Read the Error Buffer
You can read the error buffer in 2 ways:
On screen via the SAM/CSM (if you have a picture).
Example:
ERROR: 0 0 0 0 0: No errors detected
ERROR: 6 0 0 0 0: Error code 6 is the last and only
detected error
ERROR: 9 6 0 0 0: Error code 6 was detected first and
error code 9 is the last detected (newest) error
Via the blinking LED procedure (when you have no
picture). See The Blinking LED Procedure.
Via ComPair.
5.4.3 Error Codes
In case of non-intermittent faults, write down the errors present
in the error buffer and clear the error buffer before you begin
the repair. This ensures that old error codes are no longer
present.
If possible, check the entire contents of the error buffer. In
some situations, an error code is only the result of another error
and not the actual cause of the problem (for example, a fault in
the protection detection circuitry can also lead to a protection).
Service Modes, Error Codes, and Fault Finding EN 16 LC8.1E LB 5.
Table 5-1 Error code overview
Notes
1. Some of the error codes reported are depending on the
option code configurations.
2. This error means: no I
2
C device is responding to the
particular I
2
C bus. Possible causes: SCL/SDA shorted to
GND, SCL shorted to SDA, or SCL/SDA open (at uP pin).
The internal bus of the NXP (Loctop) platform should not
cause the entire system to halt as such an error can be
reported.
5.4.4 How to Clear the Error Buffer
The error code buffer is cleared in the following cases:
By using the CLEAR command in the SAM menu:
To enter SAM, press the following key sequence on the
remote control transmitter: 062596 directly followed
by the OSD/STATUS/INFO/i+ button (do not allow the
display to time out between entries while keying the
sequence).
Make sure the menu item CLEAR is selected. Use the
MENU UP/DOWN buttons, if necessary.
Press the MENU RIGHT button to clear the error
buffer. Press the right button twice (1st is to select the
text Yes on the right side menu and the 2nd press is
to clear the error buffer in NVM the text CLEARED will
appear).
If the contents of the error buffer have not changed for 50
hours, the error buffer resets automatically.
Note: If you exit SAM by disconnecting the mains from the
television set, the error buffer is not reset.
5.5 The Blinking LED Procedure
5.5.1 Introduction
The software is capable of identifying different kinds of errors.
Because it is possible that more than one error can occur over
time, an error buffer is available, which is capable of storing the
last five errors that occurred. This is useful if the OSD is not
working properly.
Errors can also be displayed by the blinking LED procedure.
The method is to repeatedly let the front LED pulse with as
many pulses as the error code number, followed by a period of
1.5 seconds in which the LED is off. Then this sequence is
repeated.
Example (1): error code 4 will result in four times the sequence
LED on for 0.25 seconds / LED off for 0.25 seconds. After
this sequence, the LED will be off for 1.5 seconds. Any RC5
command terminates the sequence. Error code LED blinking is
in red / White colour (refer to Error codes overview).
Example (2): the content of the error buffer is 1 2 9 6 0 0
After entering SDM, the following occurs:
1 long blinks of 5 seconds to start the sequence,
12 short blinks followed by a pause of 1.5 seconds,
9 short blinks followed by a pause of 1.5 seconds,
6 short blinks followed by a pause of 1.5 seconds,
1 long blinks of 1.5 seconds to finish the sequence,
The sequence starts again with 12 short blinks.
5.6 Software Upgrading
In this chassis, the following SW stacks is used:
TV main SW (processor and processor NVM).
5.6.1 TV Main SW Upgrade
For instructions on how to upgrade the TV Main software, refer
to ComPair.
5.6.2 Service SSB
It should be noted that in this chassis the HDCP-key is
embedded in the main processor. Therefore there is no need
for a separate Service-SSB.
Error code Description Item no. Remarks
1 DC Protection of speakers 7C01 1) TV in protection mode
2) Red LED blinking 1 time (Error 1)
*Error 1 logged in SAM and CSM mode
2 +12V protection error 1) TV in protection mode
2) Red LED blinking 2 times (Error 2)
*No error buffer logged in SAM and CSM mode (protect time very short)
3 I
2
C Standby uP 7303 1) TV turn on with picture, but without Sound output from speaker
2) Red LED blinking 3 times & 4 times (Error 3 & 4)
*No communication between LOCTOP and WT
*First check WT and Second check LOCTOP generical I
2
C
*Error 3 logged in SAM and CSM mode
4 General I
2
C error 7C01 1) TV turn on without Picture & Sound output from speaker
2) Red LED blinking 3 times & 4 times (Error 3 & 4)
*No communication between LOCTOP and WT
*First check WT and second check LOCTOP generical I
2
C
*No error buffer logged in SAM and CSM mode
6 I
2
C error while communicating with the NVM 7302 1) TV turn on after 3 seconds in Standby mode.
2) Power on TV set (RC) again (wait until TV turn on with blud screen displayed)
3) Input RC sequence (062596 + menu)
4) White LED blink 6 times (Error 6)
*No error buffer logged in SAM and CSM mode
7 I
2
C error while communicating with the Tuner. 1104 1) TV turn on after 3 seconds in Standby mode.
2) Power on TV set (RC) again. TV with snow (no video) displayed.
3) Input RC sequence (062596 + menu)
4) White LED blink 7 times (Error 7)
*Error 7 logged in SAM and CSM mode
8 I
2
C error while communicating with the IF
Demodulator.
7401 1) TV turn on after 3 seconds in Standby mode
2) Power on TV set (RC again). (wait for 45 seconds, until the system completed the power on state check)
3) Input RC sequence (062596 + menu)
4) White LED blink 8 times (Error 8)
*Error 8 logged in SAM and CSM mode
Service Modes, Error Codes, and Fault Finding EN 17 LC8.1E LB 5.
5.7 Fault Finding and Repair Tips
Notes:
It is assumed that the components are mounted correctly
with correct values and no bad solder joints.
Before any fault finding actions, check if the correct options
are set.
5.7.1 Load Default NVM Values
It is possible to download default values automatically into the
NVM in case a blank NVM is placed or when the NVM first 20
address contents are FF. After the default values are
downloaded, it is possible to start-up and to start aligning the
TV set.
Alternative method:
It is also possible to upload the default values to the NVM with
ComPair in case the SW is changed, the NVM is replaced with
a new (empty) one, or when the NVM content is corrupted.
After replacing an EEPROM (or with a defective/no EEPROM ,
default settings should be used to enable the set to start-up and
allow the Service Default Mode and Service Alignment Mode to
be accessed.
5.7.2 Start-up/Shut-down Flowcharts
On the next pages you will find start-up and shut-down
flowcharts, followed by a trouble shooting flowchart, which
might be helpful during fault finding.
Please note that some events are only related to PDP sets, and
therefore not applicable to this LCD chassis.
Service Modes, Error Codes, and Fault Finding EN 18 LC8.1E LB 5.
Figure 5-6 Start-up flowchart
AC ON
3V3STBY Available
Weltrend Powered by
3V3_STBY, STANDBY=HIGH
Power_ON_OFF=Low initialize
GPIO pins of Weltrend
Enable Audio mute
STANDBY=Low
Wait for 100ms
Is Power Down
=high?
Wait for 100ms
Time out = 200ms
Wait for 300ms
Weltrend reset the LOCTOP
CPU_RST=HIGH
LOCTOP read the NVM
Last status on?
Weltrend to go
to Standby
Initialize tuner, SMICL,
HDMI_MUX_RST
Enable Power Down
Enable DC_PROT INT
LCD_POWER_ON=HIGH
Wait for 20 ms
Switch ON LVDS Signal
Wait for 1000ms
Init. Warm Component
BL_ON_OFF=HIGH
*BL_ADJ KEEP 100% for
3000ms before dimming
Blank picture
Picture Mode setup & Detection
UnBlank Picture &
Unmute Audio
END
NO
YES
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Figure 5-7 Stand-by flowchart
Note:
Total wait time 232ms iso 320ms
Audio is mute continuously -->
Start
Mute Audio
ANTI_PLOP=LOW
MUTEn=HIGH
BL_ON_OFF=LOW
Wait 300ms
Switch OFF LVDS
Wait 20ms
LCD_PWR_ON=LOW
WP for NVM
LOCTOP
Enable Audio mute
Port assignment in STANDBY
( Weltrend)
STANDBY=HIGH
Disable Audio Mute?
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Figure 5-8 Power Down flowchart
Start
POWER_DOWN=LOW
for 5 times ?
END
Mute Audio & Video
WP for NVM
LOCTOP
STANDBY=HIGH
Wait 5000ms
Re-start:Start up
END
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Figure 5-9 DC_PROT flowchart
Start
DC_PROT=Low
for 3seconds?
END
Mute Audio & Video
WP for NVM
STANDBY=HIGH
END
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6. Block Diagrams, Test Point Overview, and Waveforms
Wiring Diagram 32" (MG8)
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7. +12V_DISP
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13. PWM
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9. GND3
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7. GND3
6. GND3
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4. GND1
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6. +12V
7. +12V
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9. +12V (audio)
10. GND2 (audio)
11. -12V (audio)
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4. GND1
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6. DIM
7. BOOST
8. ANALOG_PWM
WIRING 32" (STYLING MG8)
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O
A
R
D
3
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3
V
3
S
T
B
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4
. T
A
C
T
_
S
W
IT
C
H
_
IN
T
X
0
0
1
2
. L
1
. N
J1
1. GND
2. KEYBOARD
3. +3V3STBY
4. INTERRUPT
8001
LVDS INPUT
30P
8R50
IR LED PANEL
(1112) J
K
E
Y
B
O
A
R
D

C
O
N
T
R
O
L
(1
0
0
7
)
E
SSB
(1150) B
RIGHT SPEAKER
(5211)
+ - + -
INLET
1P02 (B01)
8. GND
7. BL_BOOST
6. BL_ADJUST_PWM
5. BL_ON_OFF_2
4. GND
3. GND
2. +12V_DISP
1. +12V_DISP
1P01 (B01)
11. -12V_AUDIO
10. GNDSND
9. +12V_AUDIO
8. +12V_DISP
7. +12V_DISP
6. +12V_DISP
5. GND
4. GND
3. GND
2. STANDBY
1. +3V3_STBY
1303 (B03)
9. POWER_ONOFF
8. +5V_SW
7. KEYB
6. LED1
5. +3V3_STBY
4. LED2
3. REMOTE_IN
2. GND
1. N.C.
1R50 (B04C)
1. VDISP
3. VDISP
5. VDISP
7. VDISP
.
.
30. GND
1A35 (B05B)
4. ROUT_SP
3. ROUT_SP_GROUND
2. LOUT_SP_GROUND
1. LOUT_SP
X416
1. 3.3V stby
2. STANDBY
3. GND1
4. GND1
5. GND1
6. +12V
7. +12V
8. +12V
9. +12V (audio)
10. GND2 (audio)
11. -12V (audio)
X419
1. +12V
2. +12V
3. GND1
4. GND1
5. BL_ON_OFF
6. DIM
7. BOOST
8. ANALOG_PWM
WIRING 42" (STYLING MG8)
MAIN POWER SUPPLY
(1005)
x
4
0
3
1
. H
V
1
2
. N
.C
.
3
. H
V
1
DANGEROUS
HIGH VOLTAGE
x
4
0
2
1
. H
V
2
2
. N
.C
.
3
. H
V
2
DANGEROUS
HIGH VOLTAGE
DANGEROUS
HIGH VOLTAGE
T
O
B
A
C
K
L
IG
H
T
DANGEROUS
HIGH VOLTAGE
T
O
B
A
C
K
L
IG
H
T
Block Diagrams, Test Point Overview, and Waveforms 25 LC8.1E LB 6.
Block Diagram Video
B02 TUNER IF & SAWF
VIDEO
B04A TDA154XX
B06A YPBPR & SVHS
B06D HDMI
B06B IO - SCART 1
B06C IO - SCART 2
B04C LVDS CONNECTORS
B04B DDR FLASHTRAP
B05A SMIC L
7C01
TDA15471HV
MA(0-11)
SC1_G_IN
SC1_B_IN
SC1_R_IN
SC1_FBL_IN
MAIN_CVBS_Y
EXT 1
SC1_CVBS_IN
SC2_Y_CVBS_IN
EXT 2
1
5 SVHS IN
2
4
3
1601
1602
CVBS
SVHS_Y_CVBS_IN
SVHS_C_IN
LVDS
CONNECTOR
TXAp1
TXAn1
TXBp1
TXBn1
TXCp1
TXCn1
TXCLKp1
TXCLKn1
TXDp1
TXDn1
TXAp
TXAn
TXBp
TXBn
TXCp
TXCn
TXCLKp
TXCLKn
TXDp
TXDn
188
189
186
187
184
185
182
183
180
181
7701
HY5DU281622FTP
MD(0-15)
DDR
SDRAM
2Mx16x4
7N07
IP4776CZ38
HDMI
INTERFACE
ANALOGUE
HDMI
30
31
28
29
50
1614
HD_Y_IN
HD_PB_IN
HD_PR_IN
HD_Y_IN
HD_PB_IN
HD_PR_IN
PB
PR
Y
EXT 3
11
10
8
44
42
1104
UV1316E
1
IF1
AGC
VTUN
9
VST
66
79
RF_AGC
15
1504
7
11
20
1E01
20
20
21
1
7
11
15
16
20
21
1
7
11
15
16
SCART1
SCART2
SC1_STATUS 8
SC1_RF_OUT_CVBS 19
SC2_STATUS 8
39
SC1_STATUS 23
16
53
SC2_C_IN
SC2_Y_CVBS_IN
SC2_STATUS
SC2_C_IN
27
4
26
15
16
SC1_FBL_IN
19
7503
7E01
1R50
26
30
18
20
24
8
12
14
2
4
6
MAIN
TUNER
I_18170_017.eps
300708
LVDS
MEMORY
MISC
1 5
4
11 1 4
5
SAW38M9
SAW38M9
VIF1
VIF2
SIF1
SIF2
71
72
68
67 3
2
2
3
7
1
3
5
VDISP
SC2_CVBS_MON_OUT
IF_ATV
SAW_SW
7109
1
1N01
3
4
7
9
10
12
6
RX2_A+
RX2_A-
RX1_A+
RX1_A-
RX0_A+
RX0_A-
RXC_A+
RXC_A-
HDMI_MUX_TX2+
HDMI_MUX_TX2-
HDMI_MUX_TX1+
HDMI_MUX_TX1-
HDMI_MUX_TX0+
HDMI_MUX_TX0-
HDMI_MUX_TXC+
HDMI_MUX_TXC-
245
244
241
240
237
236
233
232
HDMI_MUX_TX2+
HDMI_MUX_TX2-
HDMI_MUX_TX1+
HDMI_MUX_TX1-
HDMI_MUX_TX0+
HDMI_MUX_TX0-
HDMI_MUX_TXC+
HDMI_MUX_TXC-
1
9
1
1
8
2
HDMI
CONNECTOR
MON_CVBS 30 46
MAIN_C 24 17
25 16
PIP_R 18 25
PIP_G 15 24
PIP_B 17 23
TDA889X_HS 252 11
TDA889X_VS 253 12
LOC TOP
7401
TDA8890H1
1102
1103
1R14
1R13
1R12
1R11
1R10
27
30
33
10
7
4
SMIC
7702
M25P80
8M
FLASH
199 2 SPI_SDO
201 6 SPI_SCK
198 5 SPI_SDI
26 LC8.1E LB 6. Block Diagrams, Test Point Overview, and Waveforms
Block Diagram Audio
B02 TUNER IF & SAWF
AUDIO
B04A TDA154XX
B06A YPBPR & SVHS
B06A YPBPR & SVHS
B06D HDMI
B06B IO - SCART 1
B05B AUDIO CLASS D
B06C IO - SCART 2
B05B AUDIO CLASS D B05A SMIC L
1A35
1
2
Speaker L
3
4
Speaker R
SC1_AUDIO_IN_R
SC1_AUDIO_OUT_L
SC1_AUDIO_OUT_R
EXT 1
SC1_AUDIO_IN_L
61
62
51
52
1104
UV1316E
1
IF1
AGC
VTUN
9
VST
66
79
RF_AGC
1
1504
3
2
6
20 21
1
7
11
15
16
SCART1
SC2_AUDIO_IN_R
SC2_AUDIO_OUT_L
SC2_AUDIO_OUT_R
SC2_AUDIO_MUTE_L
SC2_AUDIO_MUTE_R
SC1_AUDIO_MUTE_L
SC1_AUDIO_MUTE_R
EXT 1
SC2_AUDIO_IN_L
40
41
45
48
1
1504
3
2
6
20 21
1
7
11
15
16
SCART1
MAIN
TUNER
I_18170_018.eps
300708
1 5
4
11 1 4
5
SAW38M9
SAW38M9
VIF1
VIF2
SIF1
SIF2
71
72
68
67 3
2
2
3
IF_ATV
SAW_SW
7109
MAIN_L 37 9
TUN_SIF 53 7
MAIN_R 38 10
TUN_L 55 4
TUN_R 56 5
AUDIO_LS__L 37 61
AUDIO_LS__R 38
ENGAGE
5
62
68
71
LOUT_SP 27
ROUT_SP 22
7401
TDA8890H1
SMIC
7C01
TDA15471HV
7A01
TDA8932T/N1
LOC TOP
1102
1103
CONTROL
ANTI
PLOP
ANTI_PLOP
B03
SIDE_AUDIO_IN_L
1602
AUDIO IN
L+R
SIDE_AUDIO_IN_R 63
64
COMP_AUDIO_IN_L
1615
AUDIO IN
L+R
COMP_AUDIO_IN_R 34
35
CLASS D
POWER
AMPLIFIER
Headphone
Out 3.5mm
LOUT_HP
ROUT_HP
1603
2
3
6
HP_DETECT
7J42
DC_PROT
B03
DC-DETECTION
MUTING
CIRCUIT MUTEn
B03
POWER_DOWN
7N07
IP4776CZ38
HDMI
INTERFACE
HDMI
1
1N01
3
4
7
9
10
12
6
RX2_A+
RX2_A-
RX1_A+
RX1_A-
RX0_A+
RX0_A-
RXC_A+
RXC_A-
HDMI_MUX_TX2+
HDMI_MUX_TX2-
HDMI_MUX_TX1+
HDMI_MUX_TX1-
HDMI_MUX_TX0+
HDMI_MUX_TX0-
HDMI_MUX_TXC+
HDMI_MUX_TXC-
245
244
241
240
237
236
233
232
HDMI_MUX_TX2+
HDMI_MUX_TX2-
HDMI_MUX_TX1+
HDMI_MUX_TX1-
HDMI_MUX_TX0+
HDMI_MUX_TX0-
HDMI_MUX_TXC+
HDMI_MUX_TXC-
1
9
1
1
8
2
HDMI
CONNECTOR
27
30
33
10
7
4
Block Diagrams, Test Point Overview, and Waveforms 27 LC8.1E LB 6.
Block Diagram Control & Clock Signals
MICROPROCESSOR NVM B03 KEYBOARD CONTROL E
IR LED PANEL J
CONTROL & CLOCK SIGNALS
TDA154XX B04A
DDR FLASH TRAP B04B
DC/DC +5V & +3V3 & +2V5
& +1V8 & +8V
B01
HDMI B06D
7701
HY5DU281622FTP
DDR
SDRAM
2Mx16x4
1N01
13
1P02
7
5
6
1P02
6
9
19
24
25
7303
WT61P8S
LED1
IR
SENSOR
IR
1P10 1303
6 6
3 3
2 2
4 4
5 5
7P11
+3V3STBY
7P14
3P16
6P11
LED1
WHITE
+5V_SW
3P11
J1
4
1P11
4
7 7
ON / OFF
CHANNEL -
VOLUME +
VOLUME -
CHANNEL +
MENU
LED2
7P10
6P10
LED2
RED
+3V3STBY
3P10
LED1
LED2
REMOTE
KEYB
MP_RST
1312
12M
4
3
1 1 N.C. N.C.
6 CPU_RST
37
41
MUTEn
26 WT_LOCTOP
STANDBY
38 ANTI_PLOP
B05B
I_18170_019.eps
210708
DC_PROT
HP_DETECT
MICRO
PROCESSOR
2
2
9 9 44
43
POWER_ONOFF
KEYBOARD
TACT_SWITCH_INT
(AUDIO)
B05B
37 DDC_RST_A
B06D
B06A
B05B
POWER_ONOFF_LOCTOP
10
HDMI_CEC HDMI_CEC_A
+3V3STBY +3V3STBY
8 8
+5V_SW +5V_SW
4313
7309
BD45275G
4
VOUT
2,3
+3V3_STBY
5
7301
7C01
TDA15471HV
LOC TOP
BL_BOOST_PWM 220
219
194
68
71
195
197
33
75
BL_ADJ 196
BL_ON_OFF 215
BL_BOOST
BL_ADJUST_PWM
BL_ON_OFF_2
7305
7304
4314
1C01
27M
225
226
REMOTE
KEYB
64 SMIC_CLKP
63 SMIC_CLKP
B05B
B05B
183 TxCLKn
182 TxCLKp
B04C
B04C
216 LCD_PWR_ON
214 HPD_RST_MUX
B06D
B04C
7702
M25P80
8M
FLASH
SPI_SDI
SPI_SCK
SPI_SDO
SPI_CEN
201
198
200
199
5
6
SDCLKP
SDCLKN 162
163 45
46
2
1
MA(0-19)
MD(0-7)
7N03
+3V3STBY
HDMI
CONN.
28 LC8.1E LB 6. Block Diagrams, Test Point Overview, and Waveforms
SSB: Test Points (Overview Bottom Side)
I_18170_014.eps
310708
Part 2
I_18170_014b.eps
Part 1
I_18170_014a.eps
A115 C1
A116 C1
A124 C1
A125 C1
F101 C1
F102 B1
F103 B1
F104 B1
F105 B1
F106 A1
F107 A1
F108 A1
F109 A1
F110 A1
F111 A1
F112 A1
F113 B2
F114 C1
F115 B1
F116 C1
F117 C1
F118 B1
F301 B2
F302 A3
F303 A2
F304 A2
F305 A2
F306 B2
F307 B2
F308 B4
F309 B4
F310 B4
F311 B4
F313 B4
F314 B4
F315 C1
F316 C1
F317 A3
F318 C1
F319 A2
F320 A2
F321 B4
F322 A2
F323 A3
F324 B3
F325 A3
F327 C3
F328 A2
F330 C3
F331 C3
F333 B3
F334 B3
F335 B4
F336 B1
F337 B2
F338 A2
F339 A2
F340 A2
F341 A2
F342 A2
F343 A2
F344 A2
F345 A2
F401 C1
F402 C1
F403 C1
F404 C1
F405 C1
F406 C1
F407 C1
F511 F1
F513 E1
F515 E1
F517 E1
F519 E1
F520 E1
F521 E1
F522 E1
F524 E1
F525 E1
F526 D1
F528 D1
F530 D1
F531 E1
F534 E1
F535 E1
F536 E1
F537 E1
F538 E1
F539 E1
F540 E1
F541 E1
F542 E1
F601 A1
F602 A1
F603 A1
F604 E1
F605 D1
F606 C1
F607 E1
F608 E1
F609 F1
F610 B1
F611 B1
F612 B1
F613 C1
F614 E1
F615 A1
F616 F1
F617 F1
F618 F1
F619 F2
F620 F1
F701 C3
F702 C3
F703 C3
F704 C3
F705 C3
F706 C3
F707 C3
F708 C3
F709 C3
F710 C4
F711 C3
F712 C3
FA01 F3
FA02 E3
FA03 F2
FA04 F2
FA05 F2
FA06 F3
FA07 F4
FA08 F4
FA09 F2
FA10 F4
FA11 F4
FA12 F2
FA13 F2
FA14 E3
FA15 A3
FA32 F2
FA33 F3
FC01 C2
FC02 B2
FC03 B3
FC04 D2
FC05 D2
FC06 D2
FC07 D2
FC08 D1
FC09 C2
FC10 B3
FC11 B2
FE01 F1
FE02 E1
FE03 E1
FE04 E2
FE05 E1
FE06 E1
FE07 E1
FE08 D2
FE09 D1
FE10 D1
FE12 C3
FE15 B2
FE16 B2
FE17 B3
FE18 C3
FE19 C3
FE20 C3
FE21 C4
FE22 F1
FE23 E1
FE24 E1
FE25 E1
FE26 E1
FE27 E1
FE28 D1
FE29 D1
FE30 E1
FE31 E1
FN01 E3
FN02 D2
FN03 E3
FN04 D2
FN05 D3
FN06 D3
FN07 D3
FN08 D3
FN09 D3
FN10 D2
FN11 D2
FN12 D2
FN13 D2
FN14 D2
FN15 E3
FN16 E3
FN17 D3
FN18 D3
FN19 E3
FN20 E3
FN21 E3
FN22 E3
FN23 E2
FN24 E2
FN74 D3
FP01 E4
FP02 E4
FP03 D4
FP04 D4
FP05 D4
FP06 F4
FP07 F4
FP08 D4
FP09 E4
FP10 D4
FP11 D4
FP12 D4
FP13 D4
FP14 F4
FP15 E4
FP16 A3
FP17 E3
FP18 B3
FP19 A4
FP20 A3
FP21 F4
FP22 A3
FP23 F4
FR01 C4
FR02 C4
FR03 C4
FR04 C4
FR05 C4
FR06 C4
FR07 C4
FR08 C4
FR09 C4
FR10 C4
FR11 C4
FR12 C4
FR13 C3
I102 B1
I103 C1
I105 B1
I106 B1
I108 B2
I109 C1
I301 A2
I302 C3
I304 A2
I305 A3
I306 A3
I307 A2
I308 B4
I310 A2
I311 A3
I314 B1
I315 A2
I316 A2
I317 A2
I318 C2
I319 A2
I320 C3
I321 A2
I323 A2
I324 A3
I325 A3
I326 A3
I327 A2
I328 A2
I331 A2
I332 A2
I333 A2
I334 D3
I401 D1
I402 D1
I403 D1
I404 D1
I405 D1
I406 C1
I407 D1
I408 D1
I410 C1
I411 C1
I416 D1
I417 D1
I418 D1
I419 D1
I420 D1
I421 C1
I422 C1
I423 D1
I427 C1
I430 C1
I431 C1
I432 C1
I433 C1
I434 C1
I435 C1
I436 C1
I437 C1
I438 C1
I439 C1
I440 C1
I441 C1
I442 C1
I443 C1
I444 C1
I445 C1
I446 C1
I447 C1
I448 C1
I449 D1
I450 D1
I451 C1
I452 D1
I453 D1
I454 C1
I455 C1
I525 E1
I541 E1
I548 E1
I549 D1
I550 E1
I553 E1
I610 E1
I611 F1
I621 B1
I623 E1
I624 C1
I627 F1
I701 C3
IA01 F2
IA02 F2
IA03 F2
IA04 F3
IA05 F2
IA06 F2
IA07 F2
IA08 F3
IA09 F2
IA10 E2
IA11 E2
IA12 E2
IA13 F2
IA14 F2
IA15 F2
IA16 F2
IA17 E2
IA18 F2
IA19 F2
IA21 F2
IA22 F2
IA30 F3
IA31 F3
IA33 F2
IA35 F3
IA36 F3
IA38 F3
IA39 F3
IA42 B2
IA44 C1
IA45 C1
IA48 C1
IA49 C1
IA50 F1
IA51 F1
IA52 F1
IA53 F1
IA67 A3
IA68 B3
IA69 A3
IA70 A3
IA71 A3
IA72 A3
IA73 F3
IC01 C2
IC02 C2
IC03 C2
IC04 C2
IC05 C2
IC06 D2
IC07 C2
IC08 C2
IC09 C2
IE01 D1
IE02 D1
IE03 D1
IE04 D1
IN01 D3
IN02 D3
IN03 D2
IN04 D2
IN06 D3
IN07 D2
IN10 D2
IN11 D2
IN12 D2
IN13 D3
IN14 D3
IN15 E3
IN16 E3
IN17 D3
IN18 D3
IN19 D2
IN20 D2
IP01 E4
IP02 E4
IP03 E4
IP04 E4
IP05 E4
IP06 E4
IP07 E4
IP08 E4
IP09 E4
IP10 A3
IP11 A4
IP12 F4
IP13 E3
IP14 F4
IP15 F4
IP16 E4
IP17 E4
IP18 F4
IP19 E4
IP20 E4
IP21 E3
IP22 E4
IP23 A3
IP24 A4
IP25 E4
IP26 E4
IP27 E4
IP28 E4
IP29 E4
IP30 E3
IP31 E4
IP32 E4
IP33 E4
IP34 E3
IP35 E4
IP37 E4
IP38 E4
IP39 E4
IP40 E4
IP41 E4
IP42 E4
IP43 F4
IR01 C4
IR02 C3
IR03 C3
IR04 C4
IR05 C3
3139 123 6425.1
Block Diagrams, Test Point Overview, and Waveforms 29 LC8.1E LB 6.
SSB: Test Points (Part 1 Bottom Side)
Part 1
I_18170_014a.eps
210708
30 LC8.1E LB 6. Block Diagrams, Test Point Overview, and Waveforms
SSB: Test Points (Part 2 Bottom Side)
I_18170_014b.eps
310708
Part 2
Block Diagrams, Test Point Overview, and Waveforms 31 LC8.1E LB 6.
I2C IC Overview
IC
MICROPROCESSOR NVM
B03
TUNER IF & SAWF
B02
SMIC L
B05A
HDMI
B06D
TDA154XX
B04A
SCART2 & UART & JTAG
B06C
DDR FLASH TRAP
B04B
7303
WT61P8S
7N01
M24C02
EEPROM
5 6
21
22
DDC_SDAA
DDC_SCLA
DS1-DA
DS1-CL
18 17
7N07
IP4776CZ38
HDMI
INTERFACE
1N01
16
15
+5V_SW
3
N
0
9
3
N
1
0
HDMI A
MICRO
PROCESSOR
1
9
1
1
8
2
5 4
1104
UV1316E/ABH
TUNER
ERR
07
+3V3_STBY
3
3
0
9
3
3
0
4
IIC_SDA
IIC_SCL
20
21
5 6
7302
M24C32
NVM
EEPROM
3
3
2
2
3
3
2
3
MAIN_NVM_WC 76 7
ERR
06
IIC_SDA
IIC_SCL
+3V3_SW
3
C
4
0
HDMI_MUX_TSDA
HDMI_MUX_TSCL
66 67
7C01
TDA15471HV
LOC TOP
14 13
7401
TDA8890H1
SMIC
ERR
08
3
4
1
0
3
4
1
1
3
1
0
1
3
1
0
2
I_18170_020.eps
300708
ERR
04
HDMI
CONNECTOR
COMPAIR
SERVICE
CONNECTOR
7701
HY5DU281622FTP
DDR
SDRAM
2Mx16x4
7702
M25P80
8M
FLASH
MD(0-15)
MA(0-11)
5
C
1
9
5
C
2
0
3C64
3C65
217
218
1E04
3
2
1
3E70
3E71
+3V3_SW
3
N
0
6
3
N
0
5
199 2 SPI_SDO
201 6 SPI_SCK
198 5 SPI_SDI
192
193
1311
3
2
UART
SERVICE
CONNECTOR
UART_RXD
UART_TXD
3C35
3C03
3348
3349
DDC_RST_A
7N08
B03
32 LC8.1E LB 6. Block Diagrams, Test Point Overview, and Waveforms
Supply Lines Overview
SUPPLY LINES OVERVIEW
A
MAIN
POWER SUPPLY
B01
DC / DC +5V & +3V3 & +2V5 +1V8 & +1V2
B02
TUNER IF & SAWF
B05B
AUDIO - CLASS D
B06B
I/0 - SCART 1
B06A
YPBPR & SVHS
B06C
SCART 2 & UART & JTAG
B06D
HDMI
B03
MICROPROCESSOR NVM
B04A
TDA154XX
J
IR & LED PANEL
B04B
DDR FLASH TRAP
B04C
LVDS CONNECTORS
B05A
SMIC L
X416
1 1
6 6
7 7
2 2
3 3
4 4
5 5
8 8
STANDBY
1P01
+3V3_STBY
7P06-1 7P08
NCP5422
7P06-2
+5V_SW
14
1
2
7P07-1
7P07-2
+1V8_SW 5P05
16
15
+3V3_SW
+3V3_SW +3V3_SW
B04A
+5V_SW +5V_SW
3
P
2
0
I_18170_021.eps
310708
3.3Vstby
STANDBY
GND1
GND1
GND1
12V (audio)
+12V
5P01
+3V3_STBY +3V3_STBY
X419
1 1
6 6
7 7
2 2
3 3
4 4
5 5
8 8
BL_ON_OFF_2
1P02
BL_BOOST
BL_ADJUST_PWM
B03
B03
+12V
+12V
GND1
GND1
BL-ON_OFF
ANALOG_PWM
DIM
BOOST
+12V_DISP
+8V_SW
9 9 +12V_AUDIO
11 11 -12V_AUDIO
10 10
ONLY FOR ANALOG TUNER
+VTUN 5P06 6P03
+5V_SW
7P09
B01
B01
B01
B01
B03,B04a,B05b,
B06d
B03,B04c
B05b
B05a
B05b
+12V
+12V
-12VA (audio)
GND2( audio)
Dual
Out-of-Phase
Synchronous
Buck Controller
5
P
0
2
+5V_IF
+5V_TUN
3107 5115
+VTUN +VTUN
+3V3_SW +3V3_SW
B01
+3V3_STBY +3V3_STBY
B01
+5V_SW +5V_SW
B01
+12V_DISP +12V_DISP
B01
+3V3_SW +3V3_SW
B01
+3V3_SW_TDA +3V3_SW_TDA
B01
+12V_AUDIO +12V_AUDIO
VDD
VDDA
B01
3A01
5A05
-12V_AUDIO -12V_AUDIO
VSS
VSSA
3A02
5A06
+5V_SW +5V_SW
B01
+3V3_SW +3V3_SW
B01
+5V_SW +5V_SW
B01
+1V8_SW +1V8_SW
B01
+5VHDMI_B
1N02
18 HDMI
CONNECTOR
+5VHDMI_A
1N01
18 HDMI
CONNECTOR
+5V_SW +5V_SW
B01
B01
B02,B03,B05a,
B06b,c,d
B04A,B06d
B04a,b
B04a
B04a
B02
B03,B04a,b,
B05a,B06a,d
+3V3STBY
1P10
5
+5V_SW 8
TO 1303
SSB
B03
1303
8 TO 1P10
I/R LED
J 5
GNDSND
B03
(CONTROL)
(CONTROL)
(CONTROL)
5P10
5P07
(34V)
+2V5_SW +2V5_SW
B01
+1V8_SW_ADC +1V8_SW_ADC
B01
+1V8_SW +1V8_SW
B01
+2V5_SW +2V5_SW
B01
+3V3_SW +3V3_SW
B01
+3V3_SW +3V3_SW
B01
B01
+8V_SW +8V_SW
B01
+12V_DISP +12V_DISP
VDISP
+1V8_SW_LOCAL
5R02 7R02
1R50
1
B01
5R03
+3V3_STBY +3V3_STBY
B01
3321 5304
LCD_PWR_ON
+5V_SW +5V_SW
+5V_SW_SMIC 5402
7P04
IN OUT
COM
+3V3_SW_TDA
7P02
IN OUT
COM
+2V5_SW
7P01
IN OUT
COM
7P03
+1V8_SW_ADC
IN OUT
COM
7P10
+3V3_STBY +3V3_STBY
B01
+3V3_ANA-MUX 5N01
+1V8_ANA-MUX 5N03
+1V8_DIG-MUX 5N02
RES
5
P
0
3
5P09
5P08
5P04
5C11
Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts 33 LC8.1E LB 7.
7. Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts
SSB: DC/DC
COM
OUT IN
V
C
C
L2
+1
-1
1
2
+2
-2
2
VFB
GATE
IS
COMP
GATE
G
N
D
1
BST
ROSC
H2
L1
H1
COM
OUT IN
COM
OUT IN
COM
OUT IN
IP13 E4
IP39 E3
IP16 D4
IP40 D4
IP41 D4
IP42 C5
IP43 G4
IP17 D4
IP18 F4
IP19 A5
IP20 F2
IP21 D7
IP22 C7
IP23 D10
IP24 E10
IP25 D3
IP26 D4
IP33 A9
IP34 E7
IP38 B3
FP11 B11
IP35 G2
IP37 B3
FP14 A9
FP19 E11
FP20 F11
FP21 G6
FP22 F8
FP23 B8
IP01 C3
IP02 A8
IP03 C4
IP04 C3
IP05 B4
IP12 F5
6P04 A4
IP14 A7
IP15 A8
7P01 D11
7P06-1 B4
7P06-2 C4
7P07-1 C5
7P07-2 D5
7P08 D2
7P09 B7
7P10 F5
FP01 A11
FP02 D2
FP03 D9
IP27 D4
IP28 D2
IP29 D2
IP30 E2
IP31 D4
IP32 F3
FP10 B11
3P20 B2
FP12 B11
FP13 B11
3P23 C3
3P24 A4
3P26 D4
FP15 A11
FP16 A11
FP17 E5
FP18 D11
3P33 C7
3P34 D4
3P35 F5
3P36 G4
5P01 B7
5P02 A9
5P03 F10
5P04 E10
5P05 D7
5P06 A7
IP06 B4
IP07 C7
IP08 D2
IP09 D2
IP10 F10
IP11 F7
6P03 B8
2P55 C9
6P05 A5
6P06 B3
3P01 D5
34V
7P02 E11
7P03 F11
7P04 F8
7P05 A3
3P02 E5
3P03 E4
3P04 E5
3P05 E4
3P07 E5
3P08 F4
3P09 F5
3P10 G5
3P11 E7
3P12 D8
FP04 A11
FP05 B9
FP06 A11
FP07 B11
FP08 B6
FP09 B11
3P19 F2
2P25 B10
3P21 E7
3P22 D7
2P30 B5
ONLY FOR ANALOG TUNER
RES
3P27 A4
3P28 B3
3P29 E2
3P30 E4
3P31 C7
3P32 D4
2P33 C7
2P34 C8
2P36 C7
2P37 D5
2P39 E4
2P40 E2
2P41 E2
2P42 E4
2P43 D7
2P44 B12
5P07 B10
5P08 D10
5P09 F7
5P10 A10
6P01 G4
6P02 A9
2P54 E7
D
2P56 D9
2P58 D8
G
2P07 B4
2P08 B10
2P09 B10
2P10 B11
2P11 B11
2P12 B11
2P13 F10
2P14 F10
2P15 F11
2P16 G4
3P13 D4
3P14 E8
3P15 B7
3P16 A7
3P17 D2
3P18 F2
2P24 A11
SINGLE 12NC: 3139 123 64251
2P26 B11
2P27 B12
"P00-P99"
1
RES
4 5
2P31 C2
2P32 C4
12
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
2P45 B12
2P47 B12
2P48 E7
2P49 F2
2P50 F2
2P51 A4
C
E
F
H
/BL_ADJUST_ANA
G
H
1P01 A12
1P02 B11
2P01 F7
2P02 F7
2P03 F8
2P04 E10
2P05 E10
2P06 F11
2P17 E10
2P18 D10
2P19 A9
2P20 B8
2P21 D11
2P23 A11
2 3 6 7 8 9 10 11
MULTI 12NC: 3139 123 64241
10 11 12
A
B
DC/DC +5V & +3V3 & +2V5 & +1V8 & +8V
GNDSND GNDSND
A
B
C
D
E
F
2P56
+VTUN
+1V8_SW
FP04
22u
GNDDC1
IP09
2P45 1n0
+5V_SW
IP22
16V
2P06
+3V3_SW_TDA
+5V_SW
GNDDC1 GNDDC1
47u
+3V3_SW
+1V8_SW_ADC
2P05
100n
68R
22u
3P24
2P30
6P01
PDZ8.2-B
1u0 2P51 5P06
1m0
GNDDC1
GNDTUN
+12V_DISP
FP17
100n
2P36
3P08
3K3
2
P
1
0
1
0
n
IP23
16V
100u
2P04
1
3
2
4
LD1117S33
7P02
FP21
IP31
2P39
1K0
3P31
100n
IP05
-12V_AUDIO
GNDDC1
FP19
2R2
3P32
FP12
IP02
+3V3_SW_TDA
22u 5P10
BC847B
7P10
3P09
1K0
470R
3P36
GNDDC1
GNDDC1
GNDSND
IP26
2P58
22u
1
0
0
n
2
P
2
5
1
0
n
2
P
0
8
IP28
15
3
6
11
5
12 13
1
4
7
10
GNDDC1
NCP5422ADR2G
4
8
9
1
16
2
7P08

3P29
39K
3P22
6K8
+5V_SW
IP17
GNDSND
1n0 2P44
7P09
3
1
2
10u
16V
2N7002
2P16
GNDSND
100n
2P54
GNDDC1
1K0
3P16
3P28
50R
5P04
1K0
+3V3_STBY
100n
2P41
1
3
2
4
5P03
50R
LD1117S25C
7P01
3n3
2P32
22u
2P55
IP21
2R2
3P26
GNDDC1
+5V_SW
10R
FP15
IP07
3P23
3P27
100n
2P07
68R
10K
3P10
IP04
100n
2P02
3n3
2P33
FP01
3K3
3P30
+5V_SW
GNDDC1
4
22u
2P34
7P04
LD1117S33
1
3
2
IP29
BAS316
6P05
2P37
3n3
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1735446-8
1P02
1
22u
5P05
FP11
FP03
IP32
1%
1
3
2
4
3P12
390R
LD1117S18
7P03
IP24 GNDDC1
IP12
5P02
10u
IP42
FP10
10R
3P20
IP18
2
P
1
2
1
0
0
n
+2V5_SW
FP13
IP14
3P17
470R
2P19
22u
35V
1%
IP37
FP06
100n
2P42
100n
IP35
+5V_SW
2P18
+12V_DISP
16V
47u
2P03
2
1
FP22
7P06-1
SI4936BDY
7 8
IP13
FP08
5 6
4
3
7P07-2
SI4936BDY
50R
5P08
1K8
3P19
22u
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
5P07
1P01
1-1735446-1
1
10
11
470R
3P14
1%
100p
2P48
IP19
IP08
GNDDC1
+12V_AUDIO
3P05
IP25
3K3
IP33
2P50
220p
3P18
1%
120R
IP40
1
n
0
2
P
1
1
IP03
220p
2P49
1u0
2P31
2
P
2
6
1
0
0
n
IP41
FP20
IP10
2K2
3P34
6K8
3P07
IP11
1K0
3P15
3P11
6K8
IP38
IP43
IP39
IP06
6P02
PDZ33-B
10R
+1V8_SW
+8V_SW
3P13
25V
2P17
IP01
220u
1K8
3P04
2P40
100n
5P01
22u
1K0
3P21
2P01
100u
16V
IP16
2P24
FP23
100n
3P03
2P47
1K8
2P21
47u
16V
1n0
6K8
5P09
3P01
50R
FP16
FP18
6K8
3P33
1K2
3P02
FP09
B
A
V
9
9
6
P
0
3
16V
2P13
100u
3P35
220R
2
P
4
3
3
n
3
FP02
7P05
BC817-25W
SI4936BDY
7P07-1
7 8
2
1
PDZ18-B
IP34
6P06
FP05
100n
2P14
16V
47u
2P15
2P27 100n
2P23 100n
IP30
IP27
2
P
0
9
1
n
0
+12V_DISP
FP07
IP15
IP20
5 6
4
3
7P06-2
SI4936BDY
FP14
6P04
BAS316
2P20
100p
BL_ADJUST_PWM
BL_ON_OFF_2
BL_BOOST
STANDBY
I_18170_001.eps
170708 3139 123 6425.1
B01 B01
34 LC8.1E LB 7. Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts
SSB: Tuner IF & SAWF
B02 B02
I_18170_002.eps
170708 3139 123 6425.1
I
O2 IGND
O1
GND
I
O2 ISWI
O1
GND
L
H
M
L
H
M
PLL
RF OUT
F106 G2
F107 G2
F108 G3
F109 G3
F110 G3
NC
I102 C5
I103 D6
I105 H6
I106 H6
I108 H11
I109 D2
F114 C5
F115 C3
F116 D2
F117 D6
F118 E8
F112 F1
F113 H11
6101 F7
6103 C3
7109 D2
A115 B8
A116 B8
SAW FILTERS
M1971M
-
4101 Y
-
Y
4103
4104
F104 G2
F105 G2
EUROPE LATAM
UV1316E
NC Y
UV1336
TBC
K9352
AP
F111 F6
5111 B2
5115 H11
3103 D2
3104 F4
Y
-
1104
CHINA
A124 D8
A125 C8
F101 B2
F102 G1
F103 G2
2103 G5
2104 G5
2105 G6
2106 F7
1103
4101 B5
4102 B5
4103 C6
4106 H6
4107 H6
RES
RES
5101 H4
5102 H4
7 8 9 10 11 12
3105 F7
3107 H10
3108 D2
3109 C3
3110 E7
3112 C2
3113 C3
RES
UV1356
-
-
5 6 7 8 9 10
2109 H11
2110 H11
2111 G4
2112 F7
2113 B3
4104 D6
3101 H4
3102 H4
Y
-
Y
4102
PEND NEW12NC FOR TD1316AF/BHPN-5
VV1316
1102
A
B
A
B
C
D
E
3111 E7
G
H
-
K9656M
UV1316E
-
-
K7257M
11 12
1 2 3
2114 G3
5 6
-
TUNER
TUNER IF & SAWF
K3953
H
1102 A7
1103 C7
1104 E1
2101 H3
C
D
E
F
G
F
2102 H3
*
K9362
Y
1 2 3 4
RES
4
4103
22u
2104
A125
I106
4104
+VTUN
F
1
0
6
22u
A115
2112
100R
3101
I109
22K
3108
390n
5111
5102
1K0
F
1
0
7
F115
4107
3112
2K2
F
1
0
8
+5V_SW
2102
15p
F
1
0
4
15p
2101
BAS316
F
1
0
5
3
1
2
5
4
6101
OFWK3953M
1102
38M9
A124
F112
2113
5
4
10n
1103
OFWK9656M
3
1
2
BC847B 38M9
+5V_TUN
7109
2103
I103
50V
10u
2u2
2106
3113
6K8
I105
F101
4101
100p
2114
+5V_IF
3105
39K
3111
5K6
1R0
5101
1K0 3107
4102
2K2
F113
3109
6
1
0
3
1
S
S
3
5
6
A116
N
C
3
1
0
S
C
L
4
S
D
A
5
T
U
2
V
S
7
V
S
T
9
A
S
3
IF
1
1
1
MT1
12
MT2 13
MT3
14
MT4
15
N
C
1
6
N
C
2
8
UV1300
1104
A
G
C
1
2109
22u
+5V_IF
F117
+
5
V
_
T
U
N
5115
F
1
1
0
10u
10n
F
1
0
2
2110
100n
F
1
0
9
2111
F118
10n
F114
2105
+5V_IF
F116
100R
3102
3110
8K2
+5V_IF
I102
18K
4106
3103
F
1
0
3
I108
F111
3104
1K0
IF_ATV
VIF2
VIF1
IF_ATV
IIC_SCL
RF_AGC
SIF2
SAW_SW
IIC_SDA
SIF1
Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts 35 LC8.1E LB 7.
SSB: Micro Processor NVM
SCL
ADR
0
1
2 SDA
WC
SUB
ER
GND
VOUT
VDD
GPIOC
GPIOD
GPIOE
OSC
DS1
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
VDD
0
1
2
3
CL
DA
NRST
0
1
2
3
4
5
0
GPIOA
GPIOB
1
2
3
4
5
6
VSS
I
O
7
0
R
E
S
I323 D6
I324 B12
I325 B13
I326 B14
I327 E6
RES
RES
RES
F339 G4
F340 G4
F341 G4
F342 G4
F343 G4
RES
F344 G4
F345 G4
I301 A9
I332 C9
I333 D3
I334 F15
I316 E6
I317 E6
I318 J9
I319 D9
I320 H15
I321 A8
MULTI 12NC : 3139 123 64241
6303 D4
6304 D3
F321 J4
F322 D11
F323 D11
F324 D11
F325 D11
F327 F13
F328 C4
F330 H13
F331 J13
RES
SINGLE 12NC : 3139 123 64251
I328 D9
I331 C9
RES
F306 E3
F307 F3
F308 J3
F309 J4
F310 J4
F311 J4
F313 J3
F314 I5
I302 J15
I304 F9
I305 C6
I306 F5
I307 C9
I308 J6
I310 E6
I311 D6
I314 J11
I315 F6
RES
E
M
C
3365 C9
3366 C9
6306 B12
6308 I5
7301 F11
7302 I10
7303 B7
7304 H15
7305 J15
7306 F15
7307 B14
7308 B14
7309 B3
7310 C3
F333 D16
F334 E16
F335 J7
F336 J11
F337 G7
F338 G8
RES
E
M
C
R
E
S
RES
4307 I14
4308 G14
4309 K10
4310 K10
4311 F13
4312 G13
4313 K10
4314 F14
4315 C4
4316 D4
4317 F7
F315 J11
F316 J11
F317 F6
F318 J10
F319 D3
F320 E3
3327 A9
3328 C10
3367 E10
3368 F9
3369 F8
3370 F8
3371 G8
3372 G3
3373 G3
3374 G3
3375 G3
3376 G3
3377 G3
3378 D12
7311 D3
F301 C2
F302 D3
F303 C9
F304 E3
F305 E6
3305 F4
3306 D9
3307 D9
3348 D16
3349 E16
3350 D16
3351 D17
3352 B14
3353 B14
3354 J15
3355 I11
3356 D4
3357 D11
3358 C5
4318 F15
5301 A9
5302 D3
5304 J5
6301 B3
6302 I4
3V2
E
M
C
TO / FROM IR/ LED & KEYBOARD
2307 F16
2308 J15
2309 H15
2310 H16
3329 F15
3330 F14
3331 F5
3332 E5
3334 F15
3335 D11
3336 J15
3337 J14
3338 J13
3339 J15
3340 H13
3341 D9
4301 H14
4302 K13
4303 J7
4304 K14
4305 J14
4306 I13
RES
RES
3308 F9
3309 E4
3310 C11
3311 E5
3312 F5
3313 D4
3314 I11
3315 C10
3316 J5
3317 J5
3318 J5
3319 B4
3359 C4
3360 D5
3361 D4
3362 D4
3363 E4
3364 E4
R
E
S
SERV .U
R
E
S
RES
ITV
7 8
2311 B13
2312 J16
2313 A9
2314 J5
2315 B3
2316 D4
2317 C3
2319 J6
2320 I9
2321 J6
2322 J6
2323 J7
3342 H14
3343 H15
3344 H15
3345 H15
3346 B12
3347 B13
RES
WT61P8
R
E
S
RES
1 2 3 4 5
3V3
1304 I4
1306 I5
1307 J3
1308 J3
1309 J3
1310 J4
1311 D17
1312 C6
3321 J6
3322 J11
3323 J11
3324 C4
3325 C2
3326 D9
"300 ~ 399"
R
E
S
R
E
S
RES
RES
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
A
B
C
2324 I6
2326 J5
2327 D4
3301 F9
3303 E3
3304 F4
E
M
C
L
1301 G4
1302 C13
1303 I2
RES
6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
2301 C3
2302 D2
2303 B6
2304 J5
2305 J5
2306 B7
EMC
RES
0V8
J
K
L
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
4K7
3345
R
E
S
NC
RES
1 2 3 4 5 6
47R 3316
B
A
S
3
1
6
6
3
0
1
+3V3_STBY
1313
1 2
3
3
5
3
3364
1
5
K
9
11 12
10K
1
10
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1301
BM10B-SRSS-TBT
I318
4302
100R 3327
+3V3_STBY
1
2
3
4
5
6 7
1302
BM05B-SRSS-TBT
3377 100R
10K 3363
3330
4K7
+3V3_STBY
7306
BC847B
3357 100R
I331
3368
100R
2
3
2
2
+3V3_STBY
1
n
0
4
3
1
5
3376 100R
100R 3375
10K
2
2
p
2
3
0
3
3359
100p
2310
3323
100R
I315
3305
I304
F324
10K
2327 10n
4303
1
3
0
7
47R 3317
100R 3315
10K
3301
2
3
0
1
1
0
0
n
4
K
7
3
3
6
9
1
3
0
8
F320 3303 100R
I327
5302
600R
3322
100R
F336
470p
2320
1K0
3329
F334
2
3
2
1
1
n
0
5304 220R
+5V_SW
+3V3_STBY
10K
F308
3361
1
n
0
2
3
1
4
BAS316 6304
I305
1
n
0
2
3
1
9
1K0
3344
F321
F303
F339
3350
10K 3362 27K
F302
4317
3
3
5
5
3
K
3
I308
F331
I316
4K7
3338
100R 3312
1K0 3310
F307
I301
I306
4
K
7
3
3
0
7
3331 100R
30R
3378
I317
+5V_SW +3V3_STBY
3342
4K7
3337
4K7
4301
100n
2317
F333
F338
F306
F313
2
3
0
6
2
2
p
F315
3352
22K
+3V3_STBY
+5V_SW
+3V3_STBY
1K2
3334
220n
2311
4304
2307
100p
4
3
1
3
4312
F319
+3V3_SW
F328
I307
F322
F304 3349 100R
+5V_SW
+3V3_STBY
+5V_SW
+5V_SW
2312
100p
F318
3356 100R
I323
3
3
0
6
4
K
7
1
n
0
2
3
0
4
B
Z
X
3
8
4
-C
6
V
8
I311
6
3
0
2
BC847BW
7301
4K7
3354
3347
1K5
+3V3_STBY
F337
+5V_SW
3
6
5
8
4
7
1
3
0
6

EEPROM
7302
M24C32-WMN6
1
2
(4Kx8)
F325
I332
1u0
2308
1u0
2309
3332
3343
1K0
100R
F335
3318
2
1
3
47R
I310
1311
MSJ-035-29D PPO (PHT)
I333
+5V_SW
3367
4K7
2
3
1
5
1
0
0
n
+3V3_STBY
+3V3_STBY
F323
4K7 3366
1
3 2
5
4
BD45275G
7309
+3V3_STBY
4305
+
3
V
3
_
S
W
F305
3346
1K5
1312
12M
F310
1
n
0
3308
10K
2
3
2
6
I324
+3V3_STBY
7308
BC847BW
I321
F341
F340
F342
F343
39
38
37
36
43
4
3
1
2
33
32
31
30
29
28
44
42
41
40
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
35
34
24
23
22
11
10
9
8
7
6
5

7303
21
20
27
26
25
3348 100R
BZX384-C8V2
B
Z
X
3
8
4
-C
6
V
8
6
3
0
8
6306
3324 4K7
+3V3_STBY
1
0
K
3
3
6
0
4308
3341 4K7
4K7
3340
100R 3335
100R
F309
3311
3339
1K0
100R
3370
1K0
3336
F317
1
3
0
9
2305
1n0
4311
1n0
2323
1
3
0
4
F311
I325
7310
BC847BW
BC847B
7304
F301
3319
10K
3371
100R
I320
F316
F345
4307
I302
F327
+3V3_STBY
+3V3_STBY
3304 4K7
4K7 3309
3373 100R
100R 3372
100R
2324
10n
3374
1
0
0
n
2
3
0
2
100R 3326
3
3
2
1
1
R
0
60R
2316 100p
5301
+12V_DISP
4314
6
7
8
9
1011
I334
1303
BM09B-SRSS-TBT
1
2
3
4
5
3
K
3
3
3
1
4
7305
BC847B
4
3
1
6
4309
BC847BW
7311
I314
+3V3_STBY
4310
1
3
1
0
F330
F314
6303 BZX384-C6V8
4306
I328
I319
10K
3325
F344
3313 4K7
7307
BC847BW
10K
3351
1
0
K
3
3
5
8
2313
100n
3365 4K7
4318
100R 3328
I326
IIC_SDA
IIC_SCL
BL_BOOST
BL_ADJUST_PWM
BL_ON_OFF_2
BL_ON_OFF_2
REMOTE
MUTEn
IIC_SDA
IIC_SCL
STANDBY
MP_RST
POWER_ONOFF
POWER_ONOFF
SC2_CVBS_MON_OUT
KEYB
STANDBYn
WT_LOCTOP
UART_TXD
BL_BOOST_PWM
LED1
LED1
LED2
LED2
POWER_DOWN
BL_ON_OFF
ANTI_PLOP
UART_RXD
MAIN_NVM_WC
DDC_RST_B
DDC_RST_A
POWER_ONOFF_LOCTOP
CPU_RST
HDMI_CEC
REMOTE
IIC_SCL
IIC_SDA
SC1_STATUS
STANDBY
1 _ C R N I _ E T O M E R
2 _ C R E T O M E R
REMOTE_IN
KEYB
BL_ADJ
B03 B03
I_18170_003.eps
170708 3139 123 6425.1
MICROPROCESSOR NVM
36 LC8.1E LB 7. Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts
SSB: TDA154XX
AIN
AOUT
SIFAIN
VCM_AU
SPDIF
I
O
0L
0R
1L
1R
I
O
0
1
VRP_SIF
VCM_SIF
VRN_SIF
0L
0R
1L
1R
2L
2R
3L
3R
I2S_MCLKA|JCLK
I2S_WSA|JTRSTN
I2S_CLKA|JTDI
I2S_DA_0|JTDO
I2S_DA_1|JTMS
AVDD33
TDMS
PVDD33 DVDD18 PVDD18
AUD
PVSS33 DVSS18 PVDD18 AVSS33 AUD
TDMS
RXC
RX
HDMI_SCL
HDMI_SDA
GPIO_216
P
M
P_0
M_0
P_1
M_1
P_2
M_2
EXINT1
GND_HS
B
P
DPLLVSS33
DLLVSS18
AVSS18_ADC
SVSS
DVSS18
SAR
AVDD18_ADC
REG
AUO
DLLVDD18
AUI
SVDD25
SVDD
DVDD18
1V8
2V5
3V3
AVDD33 AVSS33
VSS33_ADC VDD33_ADC
SIF
XTAL
B
P
DPLLVDD33
MPVDD33
DVDD33
VREF_1
VSSR_1
SVSS25
DVSS
DVSS33
AUI
AUO
MPVSS33
SAR
SIF
TX0 TX1
TXCLK1 TXCLK0
N_2
P_3
N_3
P
N
AVDD33 PVDD33
P_0
N_0
P_1
N_1
P_2
N_2
P_3
N_3
P
N
AVSS33 PVSS33
P_0
N_0
P_1
N_1
P_2
VD
2
3
4
5
6
7
GPO_202
GPO_214
GPIO_215
CLK24P
CLK24N|INT0
PWM0
PWM2
VCLK
0
1
UART_RX
UART_TX
TV_REMOTE
SDI_FLASH
SDO_FLASH
CEN_FLASH
SCK_FLASH
TESTMODE
EXINT2
XTAL_IN
XTAL_OUT
RESET
SDA_M
SCL_M
SARIN0
SARIN1
VIA
VIA
VIA
VIA
BA
DQS
DQM
CLK
MA
MD
VSSR_0
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
CAS
RAS
WE
0
1
0L
0H
1L
1H
0L
0H
1L
1H
CKE
P
N
VREF_0
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
CVBS
C
3
1
2
SOG
VCM
MIDSCV
CVBSOUT
FILT
RIN
GIN
BIN
Y1
PB1
PR1
SOY1
Y2
PB2
PR2
FB2
FS3
HSYNC0
VSYNC0
HSYNC1
VSYNC1
1
2
6 7 8 9 10 11
7C01-5 A10
7C01-8 E15
7C01-3 F11
5C06 E3
5C07 B4
5C08 E3
5C09 D3
5C10 D3
5C11 J15
5C12 J15
5C13 E3
5C14 E3
16 17
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
G
H
12 13 14 15
2C87 G2
2C88 G2
2C89 E3
3C54-4 C9
3C55-3 C12
5
3C54-3 C9
3C57-1 A12
3C55-4 C12
3C55-2 C12
3C42 H7
3C50-2 A12
3C50-3 C12
I
J
K
L
A
B
C
D
1 2 3 4
3C53-4 C9
3C54-1 C9
3C54-2 C9
7C01-6 J4
7C01-4 B15
7C01-7 I10
3C60-2 B12
3C59-4 B12
3C61-3 H4
3C61-1 H4
3C58-3 B12
5C05 D3
3C60-3 B12
3C59-3 B12
3C57-2 C12
3C57-3 C12
3C57-4 C12
3C58-1 C12
3C58-2 B12
5C15 C3
5C16 D3
5C17 E3
5C18 D3
5C19 F10
5C20 G10
6C01 G9
7C01-1 B7
7C01-2 F5
F
E
2C78 K5
2C80 F10
2C82 E4
2C83 G14
2C84 H4
2C85 H4
2C86 E3
3C65-2 H10
3C63-4 G10
3C64-4 J13
3C62-3 F12
3C65-3 F12
3C55-1 D12
3C63-3 G10
3C61-4 H4
3C62-1 F10
3C62-2 K10
2C56 E12
2C50 J3
2C48 C4
3C50-4 D12
3C51-1 B9
3C51-2 B9
3C51-3 B9
3C51-4 B9
3C52-1 B10
3C52-2 B10
3C52-3 B10
3C52-4 B10
3C53-1 B9
3C53-2 C9
3C53-3 C9
2C53 D5
3C61-2 H4
3C58-4 B12
3C60-4 C12
3C60-1 B12
3C59-1 B12
3
3C39 H12
3C40 F14
3C37 G16
3C34 D12
3C59-2 B12
3C33 D12
3C38 G14
3C36 G15
3C41 I4
3C10 G10
3C17 G4
3C18 G4
3C01 G10
3C02 K9
3C04 G12
3C03 G10
3C08 H7
2C90 G2
3C06 G12
3C05 H10
3C09 G10
3C07 F10
2C76 E6
2C77 C5
3C63-2 G10
3C66 G12
3C64-1 G13
3C62-4 G10
3C64-2 G13
3C65-1 J13
4C10 K5
5C04 I9
5C01 A14
3C69 G2
3C63-1 G10
4C01 K15
5C03 H9
3C74 G2
4C02 H12
3C71 H2
3C73 G2
3C70 H2
2C44 B5
2C49 J3
2C45 H4
2C43 H4
2C58 K5
2C51 J5
2C57 E5
2C52 E4
2C59 K5
2C55 D12
2C54 C5
14 10 6 5 11 1 2
2C09 I10
2C10 I10
2C11 I10
2C12 I9
2C13 I11
3C35 G10
2C15 E5
2C16 H7
2C17 H7
2C18 B3
IC08 G6
IC06 H2
IC02 H8
3C19 G4
3C20 G4
3C21 H4
3C23 K6
3C24 J5
3C25 J5
3C26 J5
3C27 J5
3C28 F12
3C29 F12
3C32 E12
3C64-3 J13
FC08 G2
FC09 B4
FC10 C4
FC11 J15
IC01 H7
3C75 G2
3C72 H2
2C33 C6
2C31 G4
2C32 B15
2C30 G4
3C68 G2
2C38 B5
2C36 D6
2C22 B5
2C23 B5
2C28 G4
2C29 G4
5C02 E3
3C67 G2
13 7 12 9 8 16 17 4 15
2C02 G15
2C03 G15
2C04 E6
2C05 C6
2C06 E6
2C07 I12
2C08 I11
2C14 E5
2C65 K7
2C63 K6
2C70 C3
2C72 D6
IC04 G2
IC03 H7
IC09 I5
IC05 G2
IC07 H2
FC01 H7
FC02 G14
FC03 D12
FC04 G1
FC05 G2
FC06 G2
FC07 G2
2C62 E4
2C40 G4
2C37 I5
2C39 G4
2C42 E5
2C34 B15
2C41 G4
2C35 D5
2C21 B4
RES
2C19 B15
2C20 G7
I
J
K
L
1C01 G16
1C02 H12
1C03 G1
2C01 H16
2C75 C6
2C67 E13
2C66 K7
2C68 D5
2C61 J5
2C69 D6
2C64 K7
2C60 K5
2C71 E6
2C74 D4
NC
3C53-4 33R
+1V8_SW_LOCAL
+3V3_SW_TDA
5C18 600R GND97
600R
2C56
470n
2C20 1u0
5C07
2C36
470n
2C21
470n
G
N
D
110
+3V3_SW_TDA
+
3
V
3
_
S
W
G
N
D
97
G
N
D
86
G
N
D
107
GND47
G
N
D
60
G
N
D
47
G
N
D
78
3C37
22R
100R
3C42
3C54-1 33R
2C72
470n
33R 3C51-2
2C85 220n
220n 2C84
3C41 100R
600R 5C03
33R 3C60-3
33R 3C59-3
3C
72
470n
2C10
2K
2
3C54-3 33R
2K7 5C09
3C54-2 33R
100R 3C18
33R 3C50-4
2C17
82n
33R 3C58-4
33R 3C64-3
FC02
2C61 10u
2C37
1u0
3C53-2 33R
33R 3C53-3
27K 3C02
10K 3C07
3C52-4 33R
4C02
IC07
470n
2C57
IC06
33R 3C52-3
2C82
470n
100n
33R 3C66
100n 2C59
2C58
2C09
470n
100R 3C20
470n
2C35
3C53-1 33R
33R
2C48
3C51-4
3C55-3 33R
470n
33K 3C01
5C20 2K7
33R 3C58-2
470n 2C49
3C28 1K0
470n
2C77
+3V3_SW_TDA
+3V3_SW
2C19
470n
2C13
470n
50
6C01
1N4148
208
207
212
53
54
206
205
45
58
51
52
40
41
42
43
44
55
56
61
62
211
209
AUDIO
37
38
39
3C63-4 33R
TDA15471HV/N1C00
7C01-6
220n 2C43
220n 2C41
220n 2C40
3C32
4K7
3C05
100R
10K
FC01
3C10
2C54
470n
5C02 600R
33R 3C63-3
3C27 180R
600R 5C13
470n
2C76
2C83
1n0
5C11 470R
33R 3C59-1
5C14 600R
GND110
3C58-3 33R
2C68
470n
3C57-4 33R
33R 3C50-2
6.3V
100R
10u
2C67
3C73
100R 3C75
100R 3C74
232
233
236
240
244
237
241
245
470n
2C69
246
248
247
195
216
218
217
228
230
227
229
231
235
239
243
234
238
242
3C39
10K
HDMI
TDA15471HV/N1C00
7C01-7
3C64-4 33R
3C70
120R
2C23
470n
2C05
470n
3C21 100R
3C61-1 33R
3C34 33R
2C78 100p
180R 3C26
2C80 10u
6.3V
2K7 5C10
33R 3C65-2
3
4
5
6
7 8
4C10
BM06B-SRSS-TBT
1
2
3C04 100R
1C03
IC03
3C52-2 33R
FC03
2C62
470n
3C60-2 33R
470n 2C50
470n
2C12
100R 3C03 27M
1C01
2C71
470n
470n
2C33
5C01
3C62-3 33R
600R
33R 3C52-1
33R 3C60-1
3C23 100R
220R
220R
3C71
2C44
3C68
470n
33R 3C61-2
3C63-2 33R
33R 3C63-1
3C36
4K7
470n
2C53
470n
2C08
+1V8_SW
2C90 10n
+3V3_SW
33R 3C55-2
15p
2C38
470n
5C15
2C02
600R
470n
2C70
33R
86
97
115
125
138
148
158
105
106
3C55-1
108 107
249 251
87
98
116
126
139
149
159
92
132
165
213
77
210
78
31
131
204
257
48
21 20
109 110
222 221
32
65
79
35
49
224
6
12
19
29
47
59
60
36
1
7
14
22
46
57
223
2C45
POWER
TDA15471HV/N1C00
7C01-1
220n
3C64-2 33R
+3V3_SW_TDA
10n
172
168
183 171
170 182
2C87
181
188
186
184
180
177
175
173
169
176
174
178
190
179
191
166
167
189
187
185
LVDS
TDA15471HV/N1C00
7C01-4
+3V3_SW
+3V3_SW
+3V3_STBY
3C61-4 33R
1K0 3C29
1n0 2C31
263
317
318
319
320
321
264
265
266
GND97
262
307
308
309
310
311
312
313
314
315
316
297
298
299
300
301
302
303
304
305
306
288
289
290
291
292
293
294
295
296
261
277
278
279
280
281
282
283
284
285
286
260
287
268
269
270
271
272
273
274
275
276
259
7C01-8
TDA15471HV/N1C00
VIA
258
267
3C25
GND107
180R
2C89
100p 470n
2C15
5C06 600R
225
226
193
68
76
75
74
73
72
71
70
69
194
33
34
201
67
66
198
199
203
197
192
MISC
TDA15471HV/N1C00
200
64
63
219
215
202
214
220
196
7C01-3
+1V8_SW
+3V3_SW_TDA
IC09
+3V3_SW
+3V3_SW
IC08
FC10
FC11
FC09
2C66
220p
600R 5C12
33R 3C54-4
3C59-2 33R
600R
+3V3_SW
5C08
146
133
129
130
135
10n 2C28
88
85
84
154
83
82
153
152
151
150
147
100
99
155
96
95
94
93
91
90
89
112
157
156
145
144
143
142
141
140
102
101
123
122
124
111
121
120
119
118
117
114
113
162
163
136
161
80
104
137
160
81
103
128
127
134
164
5C16 2K7
MEMORY
TDA15471HV/N1C00
7C01-5
220p
2C64 2C63
220p
33R 3C61-3
10n 2C88
+2V5_SW
FC04
GND78
3C24 180R
+3V3_SW
3C59-4 33R
15p
2C03
2C75
3C50-3 33R
470n
GND86
+1V8_SW_LOCAL
IC02
5C19 2K7
+3V3_SW
3C19 100R
470n
2C07
3C65-3 33R
33R 3C57-3
3C65-1 33R
3C64-1 33R
470n
2C55
2C11
470n
2C06
470n
2C52
10u
+1V8_SW_LOCAL
+3V3_STBY
+3V3_SW
470n
2C32
2C18
100u
16V
3C60-4 33R
2C51 10u
3C09 100R
33R 3C57-1
3C51-1 33R
100R 3C35
220p
2C65
IC05
2C29 10n
2C34
470n
3C57-2 33R
4K7
3C40
GND60
10n 2C30
2
3C06 33R
5-146280-2
1C02
1
10u
2C42
6.3V
IC01
2C60 100n
33R 3C62-1
3C08
5K6
6.3V
2C01
10u
253
8
15
100R 3C17
256
10
17
11
18
5
4
9
13
255
26
25
27
28
30
16
250
23
3
254
252
ANALOG
TDA15471HV/N1C00
7C01-2
2
24
+3V3_SW
+1V8_SW_ADC
600R
33R 3C55-4
5C05
470n
2C22
5C04 600R
2C04
470n
3C58-1 33R
3C
69
2K
2
2C74
470n
FC07
IC04
FC08
FC06 10K
3C
38 FC05
4C01
4K7
3C33
33R 3C62-4
100n
2C86
3C51-3 33R
16V
100u
2C14
2C16
3C67
390p
2C39 220n 120R
+3V3_SW
33R
5C17
3C62-2
+1V8_SW_LOCAL
600R
+1V8_SW_ADC
+
3
V
3
_
S
W
+2V5_SW
+3V3_SW_TDA
+1V8_SW
MD(14)
TRAP4
UART_RXD
KEYB
IIC_SCL
IIC_SDA
BL_BOOST_PWM
SC1_STATUS
UART_TXD
HDMI_CEC
BL_ON_OFF
WT_LOCTOP
REMOTE
MAIN_NVM_WC
HD_Y_IN
PIP_G
TUN_R
TUN_L
CPU_RST
POWER_DOWN
HP_DETECT
XTAL_OUT
XTAL_OUT
XTAL_IN
XTAL_IN
SMIC_CLKN
HSYNC
MD(5)
MAIN_L
MA(8)
MA(6)
MON_CVBS
DC_PROT
DQM0L
MA(10)
MA(5)
VSYNC
MD(4)
MA(3)
MA(0)
MA(2)
MA(1)
HD_PR_IN
MD(6)
MA(9)
MAIN_CVBS_Y
PIP_R
PIP_B
MD(0)
DQS0H
MD(10)
MD(9)
MD(7)
MD(13)
MD(12) CASN
HDMI_MUX_TX2+
HDMI_MUX_TX1-
HDMI_MUX_TX1+
HDMI_MUX_TX0-
HDMI_MUX_TX0+
HDMI_MUX_TXC-
HDMI_MUX_TXC+
DQM0H
TUN_SIF
MD(8)
MD(3)
WEN
SMIC_CLKP
HDMI_MUX_TX2-
TDA889X_VS
AUDIO_LS_R
MAIN_R
BA0
HDMI_MUX_TSCL
HPD_RST_MUX
MA(7)
MD(1)
SC2_C_IN
SC2_Y_CVBS_IN
SC2_STATUS
HDMI_MUX_TSDA
MA(11)
AUDIO_LS_L
JTAG_TCK
HDMI_MUX_RST
MAIN_C
TDA889X_HS
CKE
RASN
BA1
DQS0L
MD(11)
LCD_PWR_ON
JTAG_TMS
JTAG_TDO
JTAG_TDI
JTAG_TRSTN
MA(4)
SDCLKN
SDCLKP
MD(2)
airgap
SC1_FBL_IN
HD_PB_IN
TxCLKp
TxDn
TxDp
TxCn
TxCp
TxBn
TxBp
TxAn
TxAp
MD(15)
TRAP2
PVDD_ADC
POWER_ONOFF_LOCTOP
TxCLKn
PVDD_ADC
SPI_SCK
SPI_CEN
SPI_SDO
SPI_SDI
BL_ADJ
TDA154XX
B04A B04A
3139 123 5785.1
I_18170_004.eps
170708
Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts 37 LC8.1E LB 7.
SSB: DDR Flash Trap
VCC
Q
VSS
D
C
S
W
HOLD
5
6
1
2
3
CLK
DM
U
L
VREF
10
CLK
VSS
9
14
13
VSSQ
2
CAS
WE
15
RAS
0
CKE
6
12
8
1
0
VDDQ
D
A
DQS
L
U
VDD
7
1
0
NC
10
11
NC
3
7
8
9
11
4
12 4
BA
CS
5
1701 B9
2701 B2
8
1 2 3 4 5 6
F
DDR FLASH TRAP 2702 B3
2703 B3
2704 B3
2705 D2
2706 D2
2707 F3
2709 B4
2710 B4
2711 B5
2712 B5
3703 D2
3706 F3
3708 A7
3709 A8
F709 C8
F710 C8
F711 D3
F712 D8
I701 F3
2714 E8
3722 E6
3723 E7
3724 E8
3710 A8
3711 A8
3712 A9
3713 A9
3714 B9
3715 B9
4 5 6 7
HY5DU281622FTP-5
3716 B9
3717 C9
3718 C9
3719 C9
3720 E6
3721 E6
F
A
B
C
D
E
2713 B5
3701 C2
3702 D2
5701 D8
7701 B3
7702 E7
F701 F6
F702 E7
F703 E9
7 8 9
1 2 3
3
9
F704 F6
F705 B7
F706 E7
F707 F6
F708 C8
A
B
C
D
E
6
5
7
2
1
8
4
7702
M25P80-VMW6T
FLASH
8M

5701
600R
10u
2701
+3V3_SW
2709
I701
F705
470n
F709
F708
F710
F707
3706
220R 1n0
2707
3719
2K2
470n
2711
+2V5_SW
F701
3724
33R
F703
3721
47K
+2V5_SW
47K
3722
2K2
3717
1
7
0
1
319804000020
1 2
3711
10K
3712
47K
33R
3723
470n
2714
47K
3720
+3V3_SW
2706
470n
3714
10K
470n
2705
+2V5_SW
2704
470n
F712
5
8
6
4
21
1
5
5
5
6
1
49
3
4
4
8
6
6 6
1
2
5
2
50
53
23
47
51
1 1
8
3
3
3 9
13
54
56
20
16
14
17
19
25
43
57
59
60
62
63
65
5
7
8
10
11
40
26
27
22
44
45
46
24
2
4
30
28
41
42
31
32
35
36
37
38
39
7701
SDRAM
2Mx16x4

29
2702
470n
DDR
F702
F704
10K
3710 3709
47K 47K
3708
1K0
3716
47K
3713
10K
3718
4K7
3715
4K7 3701
4K7
3703
1%
2713
470n 470n
2703
F711
1%
4K7
3702
470n
2712
F706
MD(2)
2710
470n
MD(9)
MA(1)
MD(6)
MA(8)
MA(6)
MD(5)
MA(5)
MD(0)
MA(9)
MA(10)
DQM0L
CASN
DQM0H
MA(3)
MA(0)
MA(2)
MD(13)
MD(12)
CKE
RASN
MD(10)
MD(8)
MD(3)
WEN
MD(4)
MA(7)
DQS0H
MA(4)
BA1
MD(1)
MD(11)
BA0
HPD_RST_MUX
DQS0L
MA(11)
MD(7)
MD(14)
CKE
SPI_CEN
SPI_SCK
TRAP4
SPI_HOLD
SPI_SDI
TRAP2
SPI_SCK
SPI_CEN
SPI_SDO
SDCLKN
SDCLKN
SDCLKP
SDCLKP
MD(15)
B04B B04B
I_18170_005.eps
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38 LC8.1E LB 7. Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts
SSB: LVDS Connectors
3R02 C7
3R13 C7
3R17 C8
4R04 B7
4R05 B7
4R06 B8
FR09 C4
A
4
B
C
D
C
FR11 D4
FR10 D4
FR01 A9
FR05 C4
FR06 C4
IR02 C7
IR03 B8
IR04 A8
FR07 C4
LCD
2
1R50 B6
2R01 B9
2R02 B9
2R03 C8
5R01 A9
5R02 A9
5R03 B9
6R01 C7
7R01 D8
7R02 A8
9
VDISP-SWITCH
LVDS CONNECTORS
5
B
1
FR12 D4
FR13 D7
IR01 C8
IR05 C8
RES
FR02 C6
3
1R13 D2
1R14 D2
8
8 9
1R10 B2
1R11 B2
1R12 C2
FR04 C4
5 6
FR03 C4
4 7
FR08 C4
6
E
A
1 2 3
D
E
7
IR04
FR12
6R01
BZX384-C5V6
FR11
+
1
2
V
_
D
I
S
P
FR03
1
R
1
3
D
L
W
2
1
S
FR07
D
L
W
2
1
S
1
R
1
4
VDISP
FR06
1u0
2R03
100n
2R02
IR03
7R01
PDTC114ET
D
L
W
2
1
S
1
R
1
0
FR04
FR13
47R
3R02
5R03
FR02
220R
FR10
SI4835BDY
7R02
2R01
47u
16V
5R02
220R
4
R
0
4
4
R
0
6
FR05
4
R
0
5
29
3
30
4
5
6
7
8
9
31 32
2
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
1
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
1R50
DF13-30DP-1.25V
D
L
W
2
1
S
1
R
1
2
FR09
3R17
47K
220R
3R13
47K
5R01
FR01
IR02
IR05
FR08
IR01
1
R
1
1
D
L
W
2
1
S
VDISP
TxBp
TxAn
TxAp
TxDp
TxCn
TxCp
TxBn
LCD_PWR_ON
TxCLKn
TxCLKp
TxDn
TXAp1
TXAn1
TXDp1
TXBp1
TXBn1
TXCLKn1
TXCp1
TXCn1
TXDn1
TXCLKp1
B04C B04C
I_18170_006.eps
170708 3139 123 6425.1
Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts 39 LC8.1E LB 7.
SSB: SMIC L
IN2L
IN2R
IN3L
IN3R
SLPNOT
IN4L
IN4R
IN5L
IN5R
IN6L
IN6R
IN7L
IN7R
INSSW3
C2|C4|C5
SCL
SDA
SECPLL
SIFAGC
SIFIN1
SIFIN2
VIFIN1
VIFIN2
YSYNC
PH1LF
PLLIF
CLKIP
CLKIN
CVBS2|Y2
CVBS4|Y4
CVBS5|Y5
DSPINL
DSPINR
R3|PR3|C3
G3|Y3|CVBS3
B3|PB3
VP
NC
GND
TEST
SSIFOUT
V|HSYNCPIP
VIDOUTS1
VIDOUTS2
YOUT
YOUTPIP
SWO
G
N
D
IF
V
C
C
5
|8
V
V
D
D
A
1
_
3
V
3
AGC2SIF
AGCOUT
DECBG
DECDIG
DECDIGNEG
HSYNCPIP
MAINCOUT
MAINOUTL
MAINOUTR
MAINVIDOUT
OUTS1L
OUTS1R
OUTS2L
OUTS2R
PBOUTPIP
PROUTPIP
A
B
C
D
E
2410 B8
2411 C5
2412 C5
2413 C5
2414 E5
2415 B8
2430 D9
2431 B8
2432 E5
2433 C8
2434 C8
R
E
S
1 2
MULTI 12NC: 3139 123 64241
RES
6 7 8 9 10 11 12
3404 C4
3405 D5
3406 B8
3407 E8
3408 D9
F
G
H
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
2401 E10
2402 D9
2403 C10
2404 C11
2405 C11
2406 C11
2407 D10
2408 A7
2409 D9
2421 C5
2422 B5
2423 C8
2424 A8
2425 D5
2427 C5
2428 C5
3419 B4
3420 B5
3421 E8
3422 B8
3423 D8
2435 B8
2436 E5
2437 B8
2438 B6
2439 F4
3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
1 2 3 4 5
2446 D8
2447 D8
2448 D8
2449 D8
3401 B8
3402 C4
3403 C4
5401 A7
5402 H5
7401 B6
F401 B8
F402 H5
3409 C8
3410 E5
3411 D5
3412 D8
3413 C8
2416 C5
2417 B11
2418 G5
2419 G6
2420 C5
3414 C8
3415 C8
3416 D9
3417 B4
3418 B4
I410 D5
I411 D5
I416 D8
I417 B7
I418 C5
3424 A5
3425 F5
3426 B11
3427 E3
3428 A8
2440 F4
2441 F3
2442 F3
2443 C8
2444 C8
2445 D9
3431 C9
3432 D8
3433 D9
3434 D9
4401 F10
4402 G10
4403 G10
I436 E5
I437 C8
I438 C8
I439 C5
I440 C5
F403 C8
F404 C8
F405 C8
F406 D8
F407 C8
RES
RES
RES
I402 C4
I403 C4
I404 C4
I405 B7
I406 C5
I407 E8
I408 D8
I446 E5
I447 E5
I448 B8
I449 D8
I450 D9
I419 C5
I420 C5
I421 D5
I422 D8
I423 E5
RES
RES
3429 B5
3430 C9
I427 C5
I430 D8
I431 D9
I432 A7
I433 A6
I434 F5
I435 F4
I441 B5
I442 B5
I443 C8
I444 E8
I445 A7
R
E
S
"400-499"
I401 A6
I451 C8
I452 C8
I453 D8
I454 C5
I455 E3
RES
RES
SMIC L
SINGLE 12NC: 3139 123 64251
2449 100p
100p 2448
I455
3
6
2
6
12
32
24
33
38
15
5
7
2
2
53
39
72
71
7
7
5
4
13
14
74
60
68
67
3
7
79
65
70
62
61
41
40
23
76
58
25
30
31
17
9
10
16
6
8
49
56
47
43
64
63
52
51
19
18
21
20
35
34
4
5
29
7
5
5
9
3
7
2
7
6
9
11
48
45
28
42
1
2
46
50
44
73
78
80
TDA8890H
7401
55
66 I442

3433 100R
10u 2447
2446 10u
I450
10u 2433
100R 3420
100n 2413
3405 150R
4401
I432
I453
I437
2445 22u 3432 100R
I438
3403 150R
I407
F406
2414
100n
I410
I443
100R 3423
I411
I436
3413 100R
I430
2u2 2431
+3V3_SW
I448
I401
+5V_SW_SMIC
100R 3434
3408 100R
470n 2437
2418
10u
10V
I418
2407 22p
3R3 3428
I421
I446 3427
390R
3425
22p
12K
2409
2423
3416 100R
4u7
2401
22p
I447
I441
1
0
K
3
4
2
9
I417
I454
I452
I435
I433
10u
I408
2435
10n
2417
F407
I451
10u 2434
2405
10n 10n
2406
3R3 3401
2402 22p
F403
3R3 3422
I403
10n
2408
2441
470n
I431
22p 2422
2442
1u0
150R
100R
3404
3412
+5V_SW_SMIC
I419 100n 2412
F401
150R 3402
100R 3411
2415 470n
I422
2444 100p
I406
100p 2443
I404
3431 100R
22p
2403
100R 3430
+5V_SW_SMIC
I434
2404
22p
I402 2411 100n
I440
1K8 3426
5402
600R
2438
470n
470n 2410
100R
3407
470n
+5V_SW_SMIC
2432 2u2
2424
4403
I423
I444
I405
F402
3424 3R3
3418 100R
100R 3414
100R
3421
3
4
1
7
1
0
K
2439
100n
4u7 2421
I439
10V
10u
2419
3406 3R3
2428 220n
100R 3409
2427 100n
2425 220n
+5V_SW_SMIC
I445
+5V_SW
+8V_SW
22u 2430
3410 100R
I420
F405
I449
100R 3419
6n8
2440
2436 220n
4402
5401
F404
I427
600R
+5V_SW_SMIC
I416
2416 220n
2420 4u7
3415 100R
+3V3_SW
+5V_SW_SMIC
SIF1
VIF1
VIF2
RF_AGC
SIF2
SAW_SW
IIC_SCL
MAIN_L
PIP_G
PIP_G
SMIC_CLKN
TUN_R
TUN_L
SC2_CVBS_MON_OUT
IIC_SDA
SMIC_CLKP
TUN_SIF TUN_SIF
TDA889X_VS
MAIN_CVBS_Y
PIP_R
PIP_R
PIP_B
PIP_B
MAIN_C
TDA889X_HS
MAIN_R
SC1_FBL_IN
SC1_CVBS_IN
SC1_R_IN
SC1_R_IN
SVHS_C_IN
SC1_G_IN
SC1_G_IN
SVHS_Y_CVBS_IN
SC1_RF_OUT_CVBS
SC1_B_IN
SC1_B_IN
SC1_AUDIO_OUT_L
COMP_AUDIO_IN_R
COMP_AUDIO_IN_L
SC1_AUDIO_IN_R
SC1_AUDIO_IN_L
SIDE_AUDIO_IN_R
SIDE_AUDIO_IN_L
SC1_AUDIO_OUT_R
SC2_AUDIO_IN_L
SC2_AUDIO_IN_R
SC2_AUDIO_OUT_L
SC2_AUDIO_OUT_R
MON_CVBS
B05A B05A
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SSB: Audio Class D
VSSD|HW
IN1N
IN2P
IN2N
INREF
OSCREF
OSCIO
HVPREF
DREF
ENGAGE
POWERUP
TEST
VDDP
VSSP
VDDA
STAB2
STAB1
BOOT2
BOOT1
HVP2
HVP1
DIAG
OUT2
OUT1
CGND VSSA
IN1P
12K
IA10 D7
IA11 D7
IA12 D8
IA13 D8
3V2
11V9
RES
IA53 D4
IA67 F4
IA68 D2
IA69 F2
IA70 F2
IA71 F3
IA72 F3
IA73 C13
MUTING CIRCUIT GND
IA22 E8
IA30 E14
IA31 E14
IA33 E8
IA35 D11
IA36 D11
IA38 E11
IA39 E11
IA42 E3
FA08 D15
FA09 D6
FA10 D15
FA11 D15
FA12 E6
FA13 E6
IA51 D4
IA52 D5
3A06
RES
3V3
IA44 D5
IA45 E5
IA48 E4
IA49 E4
IA50 C5
IA05 D7
IA06 D8
IA07 D10
IA08 E12
IA09 D8
7A07 F14
7A52 E2
7A53 F2
7A56 E4
7A57 E4
7A60 F4
-7V6
EMC
TO SPEAKERS
-8V2
IA14 E10
IA15 E8
IA16 E10
IA17 E12
IA18 E10
IA19 E8
IA21 E8
FA03 A5
FA04 D10
FA05 D6
FA06 D6
FA07 D15
3A70 E3
3A71 E4
3A72 E4
3A75 G3
3A76 F4
3A77 F4
RES
3A08
-2V6
3V9
EMC
FA14 B15
FA15 F1
FA32 E15
FA33 E14
IA01 D7
IA02 D8
IA03 D10
IA04 C12
6A51 F3
6A52 G3
7A01 D9
7A05 E15
7A06 E14
3A16 G13
3A17 E11
3A18 E12
3A19 E7
3A20 D7
3A21 D7
6K8
RIGHT -
*
DC-DETECTION
GND
10K
22K
7A61 D4
7A62 D4
FA01 A5
FA02 A15
3A32 E7
3A33 E7
3A61 D2
3A62 E2
3A63 F2
2A64 A13
2A65 A14
2A66 A2
2A67 D14
2A68 D14
3A01 A5 3A78 D4
3A79 D4
4A51 E3
5A03 C11
5A04 E11
5A05 A5
5A06 B14
3A11 D7
3A12 C13
3A13 E8
3A14 C14
3A15 G12
2A25 E10
2A27 E10
2A28 D12
2A29 E8
2A30 E10
2A31 E11
RES
-2V8
AUDIO - CLASS D
12K
3A22 D10
3A23 E10
3A26 E8
3A27 E13
3A28 F13
3A29 E15
3A30 E15
3A31 F15
2A45 D12
2A60 E1
2A61 F2
2A62 A4
2A63 A4
E
F
G
A
B
C
3A07
-2V8
LCD
3A04
3A02 A14
3A03 D7
3A04 D8
3A05 E15
3A06 D7
3A07 D7
3A08 D8
3A09 C11
3A10 B12
2A20 D7
2A21 D11
2A22 D8
2A23 D12
2A24 D8
2 3 4 5 6 7
8V9
10K
2V6
-12V2
12V2
-1V3
2A32 F8
2A33 F9
2A34 F10
2A35 D11
2A36 F11
2A40 F8
2A41 F14
15
A
B
C
D
7 8 9 10 11 12
10K
-12V2
22K
-2V8
10K
2A12 D8
2A14 C12
2A15 D7
2A16 D7
2A17 C12
2A18 D10
2A19 D8
13 14 15
1
2A04 A5
2A05 E12
2A08 B15
2A09 C9
2A10 C10
2A11 D7
6K8
4V7
3A03
0V
8 9 10 11 12 13 14
2 3 4 5 6
-2V8
LEFT +
3A11
R
E
S
0V
RES
G
1A35 D15
2A01 A5
2A02 A15
2A03 C13
PDP
D
E
F
0V
6K8
RES
NC
1
6K8
BC847BW
FA09
7A07
IA12
VDDA
1u0
FA12
2A16
FA07
+3V3_STBY
1u0
2A60
6.3V
VSS
BC847BW
1
3
2
GNDSND
7A56
220p
2A19
10K
3A21
2A11 1u0
10n
2A64
25V
220u
2A04
GNDSND
3A31
10K
+3V3_STBY
FA13
IA71
IA48
IA45
BC857BW
5A05
7A52
30R
+12V_AUDIO
FA06
3A04
2A45
1n0
2A20
FA02
1u0
3A20 10K
IA09
BC847BW
7A60
2A34
100n
2
A
4
0
FA04
4
7
0
n
B
A
S
3
1
6
6
A
5
2
4K7
3A62
2A22 100n
3A70
10K
FA03
IA02
-12V_AUDIO
GNDSND
2A08
FA11
220u
25V
10K
3A19
1K0
3A71
IA15
3A09
10R
VDD
2A14
IA10
6A51
470n
IA14
BAS316
3A77
22K
IA30
2A67 1n0
IA04
GNDSND
3
4
FA10
1A35
1735446-4
1
2
7A53
GNDSND
BC857BW
IA70
IA17
IA39
10R 3A02
2A17
1n0
IA38
GNDSND
2A15 1u0
FA15
FA14
2A25 15n
3A08
3A72
1K0
4K7 3A26
2A12
22R
3A14
220p
100n
2A03
GNDSND
GNDSND
IA08
3A61
GNDSND
4K7
2A36
1n0
GNDSND
2
2
R
3
A
1
8
FA01
IA72
100n
2A02
4K7
IA35
3A63
1M0
3A23
3A22 1M0
IA49
IA11
IA13
2A35
1n0
2A32
1n0
GNDSND
IA16
3
A
1
2
1
0
K
GNDSND
GNDSND
VSS
VDDA
IA69
2A63
1n0
GNDSND
GNDSND
2A18
1n0
2A23
1n0
GNDSND
2
A
0
9
IA42
1
0
0
n
VSSA
2
A
0
5
1
0
0
n
1
0
n
2
A
6
2
GNDSND
GNDSND
100n 2A24
2A21
1n0
12K
3A33
IA06
BC857BW
2A66
7A05
100n
9 1
1
6
1
7
3
2
2
6 2
3
GNDSND
31
10
27
22
6
25
24
13
8 2
9
2
0
18
5
30
19
11
3
2
14
15
12
POWER
CLASS D
7A01
28
21
7
4

TDA8932
AMPLIFIER
7A06
BC847BW
1
0
K
3
A
1
6
2A65
1n0
2A30
100n
2
7
K
VDD
3
2 3
A
0
5
7A57
BC847BW
1
GNDSND
GNDSND
GNDSND
1
0
0
n
2
A
3
3
IA36
VDDA
IA68
3A15
270R
10R
FA05
3A01
3A27
220K
2A28
IA05
470n
2A27 15n
GNDSND
IA07
1u0
2A61
IA01
IA22 4
A
5
1 IA31
2A29
VSSA
100n
3A10
270R
VSS
5A04
22u
GNDSND
VSSA
3A03
5A06 30R
3A11
2A01
100n
3A75
10K
3A76
IA21
10K
GNDSND
FA32 FA33
3A07
1u0
2A41
1K0
3A78 IA51
IA50
7A61
BC847BW
1
3
2
IA53
IA52
GNDSND
7A62 1
3
2
BC847BW
IA18
IA33
IA19
3A17
10R
47K
VDD
VSSA
3A30
FA08
3A28
220K
GNDSND
5A03
22u
3A13 39K
V
S
S
A
2A31
1n0
IA67
47K
3A32
3A29
47K
+3V3_STBY
IA73
IA44
3A06
3A79
1K0
GNDSND
2A68 1n0
IA03
100n
2A10
LOUT_HP
ROUT_HP
SC2_AUDIO_MUTE_L
SC2_AUDIO_MUTE_R
LOUT_SP
ROUT_SP
LOUT_SP
DC_PROT
AUDIO_LS_R
ROUT_SP_GROUND
ENGAGE
ROUT_SP
SC1_AUDIO_MUTE_L
SC1_AUDIO_MUTE_R
STANDBYn
MUTEn
POWER_DOWN
ANTI_PLOP
AUDIO_LS_L
ENGAGE
LOUT_SP_GROUND
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SSB: YPBPR & SVHS
WHITE
RED
RES
6 7 8 9
A
B
C
D
E
F
A
B
C
D
E
F
1601 B6
1602-1 C6
1602-2 D6
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
1 2 3 5
RES
RES
RES
1602-3 C6
1603 F5
1605 A6
1606 E2
1607 D2
1608 C7
1609 B7
1610 F2
1611 C2
1613 C2
1614-1 B1
1614-2 C1
RES
1615-1 C1
RES R
E
S
GREEN
RES
1615-2 C1
1616 D7
1617 D7
1618 F6
1619 F6
1620 F6
2600 B7
2602 E3
2603 D3
2606 E3
2607 C4
2608 C3
2609 C8
2610 C4
2612 C3
2613 F8
2614 F8
2615 F8
4
2621 C8
RES
RES
RES
RES
RES
RES
RED
2622 D8
2623 D8
2624 D8
2625 B8
2626 C8
2627 D7
2628 E7
3600 B8
3601 E4
1614-3 C1
3603 D4
RES
HEADPHONE
RES
YPBPR & SVHS
RES
SVHS
RES
3604 B8
3605 E4
3606 E6
3607 C3
3608 C4
3609 C7
3611 C3
3612 C4
2616 F8
3622 D8
RES
R
E
S
BLUE
RES
3623 D7
3624 D8
4601 D6
4602 D6
4603 E7
4604 E7
4605 F9
4606 F9
4607 E8
4608 E8
3602 C8
4610 E8
R
E
S
RES
RES
4611 E7
4612 E8
4613 F8
4614 F8
6604 B7
6606 C7
6610 E2
6611 D2
6612 F2
6613 C2
6614 C2
6615 F7
6616 F7
6621 D7
6622 D7
F601 B7
3621 C7
F603 B8
RES RES
CVBS
R
E
S
R
E
S
F604 D2
F605 E2
F606 C8
F607 E2
F608 C2
F609 C2
F610 C7
F611 D7
F612 C8
F613 D8
F614 C1
F615 B7
F616 E6
F617 E6
F618 E6
F619 E6
F620 F6
I610 C4
I611 C4
I621 C8
4609 E8
I623 C3
I624 D8
I627 C3
RES
F602 B7
4613
4612 4611
I611
1
6
0
8
F606
22n
2613
4614
2627
33p
F611
3624
15K
6614
P
E
S
D
5
V
0
S
1
B
A
1
2
3
4
5
6 7
BM05B-SRSS-TBT
1605
F605
6606
PESD5V0S1BA
7
8
9
1
1603
6
5
4
2
3
4
6
0
1
MSJ-035-10B B AG PPO
GNDSND
4604
2623
2u2
1
2
MTJ-032-37BAA-432 NI
1
2
P
E
S
D
5
V
0
S
1
B
A
6
6
1
5
YELLOW
1614-1
P
E
S
D
5
V
0
S
1
B
A
6
6
0
4
I627
2612
180p
GNDSND
P
E
S
D
5
V
0
S
1
B
A
6612
P
E
S
D
5
V
0
S
1
B
A
6613
1
6
1
8
10K
3623
2609 3609
75R
1
6
1
0
1
6
1
9
I610
2u2
2610
I623
2616
1
6
0
9
4609
10n
3605
75R
6610
P
E
S
D
5
V
0
S
1
B
A
1
0
K
3
6
0
6
F607
2606
3612
15K
1601
5
1
3
4
2
F604
MDC-013V1-B
F603
1
6
0
6
2602
I621
F601
33p
2626
75R
3603
F613
MTJ-032-37BAA-432 NI
RED
1614-3
9
7
8
180p
2608
F608
F610
4
6
0
2
3
3
p
2
6
2
8
P
E
S
D
5
V
0
S
1
B
A
6
6
1
1
+3V3_SW
6622
P
E
S
D
5
V
0
S
1
B
A
180p
3607
10K
2622
4610
3621
10K
2603
F602
F620
10n
2615
3622
15K
4
3
F614
MTJ-032-29BB-32
RED
1615-2
P
E
S
D
5
V
0
S
1
B
A
6621
WHITE
1602-2
6
4
5
22n
2614
9
7
8
MTJ-032-37BAA-432 NI
1
2
MTJ-032-37BAA-432 NI
RED
1602-3
MTJ-032-37BAA-432 NI
YELLOW
1602-1
4606
1
6
1
6
F615
3601
75R
5
2621
2u2
1614-2
WHITE
MTJ-032-37BAA-432 NI
6
4
3602
100R
F609
2
P
E
S
D
5
V
0
S
1
B
A
6
6
1
6
1
1
6
0
7
4608
4607
F619
1
6
1
3
4603
I624
4605
3608
15K
33p
2625
F612 1
6
1
1
10K
3611
3604
75R
2
1
F616
2607
2u2
MTJ-032-29BB-32
WHITE
1615-1
F618
1
6
2
0
3600
100R
2624
180p
F617
1
6
1
7
LOUT_SP_GROUND
ROUT_SP_GROUND
2600
HD_Y_IN
HP_DETECT
SVHS_Y_CVBS_IN
HD_PR_IN
HD_PB_IN
COMP_AUDIO_IN_L
SIDE_AUDIO_IN_R
SIDE_AUDIO_IN_L
SVHS_C_IN
SVHS_Y_CVBS_IN
SVHS_C_IN
RC_1
RC_2
SIDE_AUDIO_IN_L
SIDE_AUDIO_IN_R
LOUT_HP
ROUT_HP
COMP_AUDIO_IN_R
B06A B06A
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SSB: IO Scart 1
R
E
S
R
E
S
RES
RGB-R_in
R
E
S
SCART 1
IO - SCART 1
RGB-G_in
RES
Audio-R_in
R
E
S
F540 D5
F541 E5
F542 E6
I525 C6
I541 B6
I548 F6
I549 F7
I550 F4
I553 F6
RGB-B_in
Audio-R_out
F522 C2
F524 D2
F525 D2
F526 D2
F528 D2
F530 G5
F531 C3
F534 A4
F535 A4
F536 B4
F537 C4
F538 C6
F539 D6
R
E
S Terr_CVBS_out
R
E
S
RES
R
E
S
Audio-L_out
6518 A3
6519 B3
6520 D3
6521 F3
7503 F6
F511 A2
F513 B2
F515 B2
F517 B2
ITV
F519 B2
F520 B2
F521 C2
RGB-BL_in
2514 B4
2515 B5
2517 B4
2521 C5
3537 F7
3540 F7
3554 G7
6504 B3
6507 C3
6511 H3
6514 C3
6515 E3
6516 E3
6517 G3
Video_in
R
E
S
R
E
S
RES
1511 C3
1512 C2
1516 C3
3515 C4
3517 C4
3518 D4
3520 D4
3524 F6
3526 D4
3530 E4
3532 E4
3533 F4
3535 F4
3536 G4
R
E
S
RES
Function_Sw
1 2 3 4 5 6
2523 C4
2527 D4
2528 C4
2529 E4
3503 A4
3504 G4
3505 H4
3507 A4
3510 B4
3511 B5
3514 C4
9 10 11
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
A
B
C
D
1517 D3
1519 E3
1520 E3
1522 C2
1524 H3
2501 F4
2503 G4
2504 G4
2507 F5
2508 A4
2511 F6
1501 C10
1504 A2
1505 A3
1506 B3
1507 B3
1508 F3
1509 G3
RES
RES
Audio-L_in
7 8 9 10 11
1 2 3 4 5 6
R
E
S
7 8
E
F
G
H
1
5
1
1
F513
I548
F530
P
E
S
D
5
V
0
S
1
B
A
6
5
0
4
3518
27K
F520
1512
330p
2508
F540
I525
F515
2504
1K0
3532
6
5
1
9
P
E
S
D
5
V
0
S
1
B
A
2
20
21
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
1
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
MRC-021H-09 PC
1504
2529
+5V_SW
10K
2511
220n
3540
1522
1
5
1
7
P
E
S
D
5
V
0
S
1
B
A
6
5
1
7
F535
1
5
0
9
15R
3524
F536
F531
F517
1
5
0
7
2515
2u2
F522
6
7
8
9
BM09B-SRSS-TBT
1
2
3
4
5
1501
F542
220n
2507
330p
2514
2517
180p
180p
2523
3514
10K
I541
I549
F526
3510
10K
1
5
1
6
P
E
S
D
5
V
0
S
1
B
A
6
5
2
0
3507
150R
1
5
2
4
P
E
S
D
5
V
0
S
1
B
A
F538
6
5
2
1
1
5
0
8
75R
3505
6
5
0
7
P
E
S
D
5
V
0
S
1
B
A
P
E
S
D
5
V
0
S
1
B
A
6
5
1
6
3517
75R
2521
2u2
100R
3504
6
5
1
8
3515
15K
P
E
S
D
5
V
0
S
1
B
A
3536
1K0
3533
75R
2528
F524
I553
F539
3503
150R
2501
6
5
1
1
P
E
S
D
5
V
0
S
1
B
A
F537
F534
100R
3537
F541
2503
2527 3526
75R
F521
1
5
1
9
P
E
S
D
5
V
0
S
1
B
A
F511
6
5
1
5
75R
3530
3520
4K7
15K
3535
68R
3511
P
E
S
D
5
V
0
S
1
B
A
F519
6
5
1
4
I550
F525
F528
1
5
0
5
BC847B
7503
10K
3554
1
5
2
0
1
5
0
6
SC1_STATUS
SC1_FBL_IN
SC1_CVBS_IN
SC1_R_IN
SC1_G_IN
SC1_RF_OUT_CVBS
SC1_B_IN
SC1_AUDIO_OUT_L
SC1_AUDIO_IN_R
SC1_AUDIO_IN_L
SC1_AUDIO_OUT_R
SC1_AUDIO_MUTE_R
SC1_AUDIO_MUTE_L
SC1_CVBS_IN
SC1_FBL_IN
SC1_R_IN
SC1_G_IN
SC1_B_IN
SC1_AUDIO_OUT_L
SC1_AUDIO_OUT_R
I_18170_010.eps
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Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts 43 LC8.1E LB 7.
SSB: Scart2 & UART & JTAG
1E03 B8
1E04 C6
1E05 B8
1E08 B8
1E95 G9
1E96 G6
R
E
S
1E97 H9
1E24 B3
1E25 C1
1E26 C3
1E27 C1
R
E
S
R
E
S
R
E
S
A
6 7 8 9 10
1 2 3
F
G
H
A
B
C
D
3E06 D4
3E07 D3
3E08 D4
3E09 E4
3E10 E4
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
1E01 A1
R
E
S
R
E
S
1E09 B8
1E10 B8
1E18 C7
1E19 C7
1E20 B9
1E22 A9
1E23 A3
1E93 F9
1E94 G8
3E15 G3
3E16 A7
3E17 A7
2E01 A4
2E02 B4
SCART2
E
1 2 3 4 5
2E05 E4
2E06 F3
2E07 F4
2E08 G3
2E09 G3
4 5 6 7 8 9 10
3E04 C4
3E05 C3
3E29 A7
3E30 B7
3E31 B7
3E70 C8
3E71 C8
3E11 F4
3E12 F4
R
E
S
R
E
S
R
E
S
R
E
S
R
E
S
R
E
S
R
E
S
1E28 D3
1E29 D3
1E30 E3
1E31 G2
1E32 G2
1E90 F6
1E92 F8
6E08 G2
7E01 F4
FE01 A1
FE02 A1
FE03 B1
3E18 G3
3E19 A7
2E03 C4
2E04 D4
2E10 C4
2E11 C4
2E12 C8
2E13 C8
3E01 A3
3E02 B3
3E03 C3
3E27 A7
3E28 A7
FE08 D1
FE09 D2
FE10 D2
FE12 A7
FE15 C7
6E01 A3
6E02 B3
3E13 F5
3E14 F3
RESERVED
SERV.C
6E06 E3
6E07 G2
FE25 C4
FE26 D4
FE27 E4
FE28 F5
FE29 G5
FE04 B1
FE05 B1
3E20 G4
3E21 G3
3E25 A7
3E26 A7
JTAG INTERFACE
FE16 C7
FE17 C7
6E03 C3
6E04 D3
6E05 D3
FE23 B4
FE24 C4
FE30 C4
FE31 C4
FE06 B1
FE07 C2
FE20 A7
FE21 B8
FE22 A4
IE04 F3
4.02mm Round Screw Hole 5mm x 4.02mm Slot Screw Hole
SCART2 & UART & JTAG
FE18 A7
FE19 A7
FE23
IE01 F3
IE02 F4
IE03 F4
FE04
FE05
3
3
0
p
2
E
0
1 150R
3E01
33R 3E27
3E71 100R
2
E
1
3
1
5
p
10
2
E
1
2
1
5
p
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
1E22
BM08B-SRSS-TBT
FE15
FE12
1
E
1
0
IE04
1
E
0
5
3E16
10K
FE22
FE29
FE28
3E26 33R
10K
3E19
1
E
0
9
27K
3E07
FE24
FE26
FE17
2
E
0
2
3
3
0
p
3E02
150R
P
E
S
D
5
V
0
S
1
B
A
6
E
0
2
FE06
1
E
2
4
FE02
FE03
P
E
S
D
5
V
0
S
1
B
A
6
E
0
1
10K
FE18
3E25
1
E
2
0
1
E
0
8
P
E
S
D
5
V
0
S
1
B
A
6
E
0
7
33R 3E31
1
5
K
3
E
0
4 2u2
2E10
1
8
0
p
2
E
0
4
1
8
0
p
2
E
0
3
4
7
p
2
E
0
8
1
E
3
0
4
K
7
3
E
0
8
P
E
S
D
5
V
0
S
1
B
A
6
E
0
5
33R 3E28
FE16
3E29 33R
FE25
FE27
100R
3E09
IE02
IE03
1
5
R
3
E
1
1
2E07
220n
1E27
1E25
P
E
S
D
5
V
0
S
1
B
A
6
E
0
3
1
E
2
6
FE09
FE07
1
E
2
3
1
0
K
3
E
2
0
1
0
K
3
E
1
2
IE01
FE31
+5V_SW
FE30
7E01
BC847B
1
0
0
p
2
E
0
9
100R
3E21
3
E
1
8
7
5
R
1
E
0
3
8
9
1
E
1
8
18
19
2
20
21
3
4
5
6
7
1
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
MRC-021H-09 PC
1E01
100R
3E13
1
K
0
3
E
1
5
REF EMC HOLE
1E92
REF EMC HOLE
1E97
REF EMC HOLE
1E95
REF EMC HOLE
1E94
1
E
2
9
FE01
FE08
FE10
6
E
0
6
P
E
S
D
5
V
0
S
1
B
A
10K
3E05
10K
3E03
FE21
REF EMC HOLE
1E93
FE20
REF EMC HOLE
1E90
2
3
319804000030
1E041
6
E
0
4
P
E
S
D
5
V
0
S
1
B
A
1
E
2
8
+3V3_STBY
100R 3E70
FE19
1E96
REF EMC HOLE
1
E
3
2
220n
2E06
1
E
3
1
P
E
S
D
5
V
0
S
1
B
A
6
E
0
8
10K
3E17
1
E
1
9
3E14
68R
3E30 33R
1
5
K
3
E
0
6 2u2
2E11
7
5
R
3
E
1
0
4
7
p
2
E
0
5
IIC_SCL
IIC_SDA
SC2_AUDIO_IN_R
SC2_AUDIO_IN_L
SC2_STATUS
SC2_C_IN
SC2_CVBS_MON_OUT
SC2_Y_CVBS_IN
SC2_AUDIO_MUTE_L
SC2_AUDIO_OUT_R
SC2_AUDIO_MUTE_R
SC2_AUDIO_OUT_L
JTAG_TMS
JTAG_TCK
CPU_RST
JTAG_TRSTN
JTAG_TDI
JTAG_TDO
B06C B06C
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SSB: HDMI
DAT_IN
D2+
NC
CLK_IN
5V
+ 1 D - 1 D
D0+
SUPPLY
CLK+
NC
DAT_OUT
DET_IN DET_OUT HOTPLUG
DDC
DDC
TMDS TMDS
CEC_OUT CEC_IN
TMDS_VDD
3V3
CLK_OUT
CLK-
D2-
D0-
GND TMDS_GND
SCL
ADR
0
1
2 SDA
WC
0-
A
1+
LSCL
D
2+
2-
R0X
0+
DSCL
RESET
C-
0
2-
2+
1-
C+
C+
C-
2-
DGND
AVCC33
2+
1-
0+
DVCC18
AGND
R1X
1
C+
C-
0+
0-
1+
1-
2+
2-
R2X
TX
EPSEL1
LSDA
EPSEL0
CEC
TPWR
I2CSEL
INT
RSVDL
2
0
1
2
DSDA
0
RPWR
2
1
0
HPD
2
1
TSDA
EXT_SWING
AVCC18
HPDIN
1+
0-
0+
C-
C+
TSCL
I2CADDR
0-
1+
1-
SCL
ADR
0
1
2 SDA
WC
FN17 E11
FN18 E8
FN19 E14
FN20 G14
FN21 E14
FN22 E15
FN23 G14
4N15 E15
4N16 E16
4N17 G15
IN19 J6
IN20 J6
R
E
S
0R
R
E
S
RES
7N11 F16
7N12 G15
7N13 G16
3N34 G6
3N35 J6
3N36 J6
R
E
S
SINGLE 12NC: 3139 123 64251
FN01 E14
FN02 B15
FN03 A15
FN04 H11
FN05 F4
FN06 F4
FN07 E4
FN08 F4
FN09 F4
FN10 H4
FN11 I4
FN12 I4
FN13 I4
FN14 I4
FN15 D10
FN16 D12
R
E
S
RES
RES
4N14 D9
HDMI
4N18 G15
5N01 C13
5N02 B13
5N03 A13
6N07 F14
6N08 F13
6N09 D14
6N10 D13
7N01 E13
7N02 G14
7N03 D11
7N04 F9
7N05 J4
7N06 G4
7N07 B8
7N08 G5
7N09 J5
0R
0R
R
E
S
7N10 E15
0R
3N37 E16
3N38 E17
3N39 G16
3N40 G16
3N41-1 C5
3N41-2 C5
3N41-3 C5
3N41-4 C5
3N42-1 B5
3N42-2 B5
3N42-3 C5
3N42-4 B5
4N03 F10
4N04 G10
4N11 F14
4N12 D9
4N13 D9
RES
"N00-N99"
HDMI A
RES
MULTI 12NC: 3139 123 64241
3N15 G16
3N16 J11
3N17 J11
3N18 H11
3N19 H11
3N20 E9
3N21 E9
3N22 E9
3N25 F8
3N26 F7
3N27 G8
3N28 I8
3N29 J8
3N30 C7
3N31 C11
3N32 D11
3N33 G6
RES
2N33 B14
2N39 B14
3N01 F4
3N02 G5
3N03 G4
3N04 I4
3N05 D7
3N06 D7
3N07 J5
3N08 J4
3N09 E16
3N10 E15
3N11 G8
3N12 E14
3N13 G14
3N14 G15
RES
RES
0R
16 17
RES FOR SINGLE HDMI
J
K
L
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
HDMI B
RES
SWITCH 1
RES
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
0R
0R
RES
J
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15
IN18 G6
RES
K
L
1N01 E3
1N02 H3
2N01 B13
2N02 B8
2N03 B13
2N04 E17
2N05 C14
2N06 B9
2N07 B10
2N10 G17
2N17 B14
2N18 B14
2N19 B14
2N29 C14
2N30 C14
RES
0R
FN24 G15
FN74 C15
IN01 G5
IN02 G4
IN03 J5
IN04 J4
IN06 I8
IN07 G8
IN10 H11
IN11 H11
IN12 G8
IN13 E8
IN14 E8
IN15 A13
IN16 C13
IN17 G6
7N09
BC847BW
100R
3N33
+5VHDMI_B
3N34
2K2
8K
2
3N
09
IN01
FN04
IN07
14 25 28 31 34
37
24
10 27
7 30
4 33
5 8 11
20
6
9
12
15
26
29
32
35
38
13
1
16 23
17 22
18 21
3 36
19
7N07
IP4776CZ38
INTERFACE
HDMI

2
3N22
4K7
FN74
IN13
IN14
IN10
3N41-3
1
0
u
2
N
0
3
BAT54 COL
6N07
+5V_SW
4K7
3N27
+3V3_STBY
27K
3N31
3N06
47K
3N41-4
3N41-1
3
1
2 4N18
3
1
2
7N13
BSH111
BSH111
7N12
8K
2
3N
14
FN20
100n
2N04
FN16
FN18
FN15
+3V3_STBY
100R 3N20
+5VHDMI_A
100R 3N21
26
6
7
8
9
20 21
22 23
24 25
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
2
3
4
5
DC1R019WBER220
1
10
11
12
+1V8_ANA-MUX
1N02
100n
4N03
2N10
FN19
+3V3_ANA-MUX
+3V3_STBY
5
8
4
7
100K
3N30
M24C02-WMN6
1
2
3
6
+5V_SW
7N02
(256x8)

EEPROM
1
0
u
2
N
0
5
IN12
IN11
1
0
0
K
3
N
0
8
IN16
47K
3N05
3N41-2
1
2
7N10
BSH111
3
100n
2N06
4N11
3N28
470R
3N02
2K2
2
N
3
0
1
0
0
n
1
0
0
n
+5V_SW
+5VHDMI_B
2
N
3
9
BAT54 COL
6N08
+3V3_SW
6
7
8
9
20 21
22 23
24 25
26
14
15
16
17
18
19
2
3
4
5
DC1R019WBER220
1
10
11
12
13
FN14
1N01
8
4
7
FN17
EEPROM

(256x8)
7N01
1
2
3
6
5
100R 3N18
M24C02-WMN6
2
10
11
52
72
75
78
77
7
8
4
5
1
62
61
65
64
68
67
59
58
13
32
27
19
18
42
41
45
44
48
47
39
38
76
79
35
15
14
22
21
25
24
28
71
30
50
70
3
3
7
3
12
16
36
56
6
9
2
3
4
3
5
5
6
3
54
53
3
4
7
4
31
51
4
6
6
0
6
6
8
0
6 1
7
2
9
3
7
4
9
5
7

HDMI
SWITCH
SII9185ACTU
7N04
3 9
2
0
2
6
4
0
6N10
BAT54 COL
+3V3_ANA-MUX
6N09
BAT54 COL
3N42-3
3N42-4
3N42-1
3N42-2
5N03
220R
2
N
1
7
1
0
0
n
3N07
2K2
1
0
0
n
+5V_SW
2
N
1
8
1K0
3N32
4N04
+3V3_SW
IN06
7N03
BSH111
4N14
1
0
0
n
4K7
3N11
2
N
1
9
2N07
100n
3
N
0
3
1
0
0
K
+5VHDMI_A
FN02
+3V3_ANA-MUX
FN03
FN09
+3V3_ANA-MUX
5N02
220R
5N01
220R
IN03 IN04
3N
37
8K
2
3N
40
8K
2
+5V_SW
IN02 4
K
7
3
N
2
6
+5VHDMI_B
FN13
FN12
FN22
FN24
FN21
FN23
10K
3N
13
FN10
+5VHDMI_A
1
0
0
n
2
N
3
3
1K0 3N01
FN11
FN05
3N29
1K0 3
N
1
7
4
7
K
4
7
K
3
N
1
6
8K
2
3N
10
8K
2
3N
38
FN08
8K
2
3N
39
+1V8_ANA-MUX
+3V3_SW
7N06
BC847BW
100R
3N35
2K2
3N36
7N05
BC847BW
+3V3_SW
2N02
100n
FN01
10K
3N
12
3N04 1K0
4N13
4N12
+1V8_DIG-MUX
3N19 100R
1
0
u
2
N
0
1
+1V8_DIG-MUX +1V8_ANA-MUX
+1V8_SW
FN07
FN06
IN20 IN19
IN17 IN18
8K
2
3N
15
4N16
+5V_SW
4N17
4N15
+5V_SW
IN15
2
N
2
9
1
0
0
n
BSH111
7N11
3
1
2
4
K
7
3
N
2
5
BC847BW
7N08
HDMI_MUX_TXC+
HDMI_MUX_TXC-
HDMI_MUX_TX0+
HDMI_MUX_TX0-
DDC_SCLB
DDC_SDAB
EDID_WC
HDMI_MUX_TX1+
HDMI_MUX_TX1-
HDMI_MUX_TX2+
HDMI_MUX_TX2-
HDMI_CEC
HPD_RST_A
HDMI_MUX_TSDA DDC_SDAA
DDC_SCLA
DDC_SDAA
DDC_SCLA
DDC_RST_A
DDC_RST_B
DDC_SCLB
RX0_A-
RX1_A+
RX1_A-
RX2_A+
RX2_A-
HDMI_CEC HDMI_CEC
HDMI_MUX_TSCL DDC_SCLA
HPD_RST_MUX
HDMI_MUX_TXC+ HDMI_MUX_TXC-
HDMI_MUX_TX0+ HDMI_MUX_TX0-
HDMI_MUX_TX1+ HDMI_MUX_TX1-
HDMI_MUX_TX2+ HDMI_MUX_TX2-
RXC_A+
RXC_A-
RX0_A+
RX1_B-
RX2_B+
RX2_B-
DDC_SCLB
HPD_RST_B
DDC_SDAB
RXC_B+
RXC_B-
RX0_B+
RX0_B-
RX1_B+
EDID_WC
HDMI_CEC
RX1_A+
RX1_A-
RX2_A+
RX2_A-
HDMI_CEC_A
RXC_A+
RXC_A-
RX0_A+
RX0_A-
HDMI_MUX_TX0-
HDMI_MUX_TX1+
HDMI_MUX_TX1-
HDMI_MUX_TX2+
HDMI_MUX_TX2-
HPD_RST_A
HPD_RST_MUX
HDMI_MUX_TXC+
HDMI_MUX_TXC-
HDMI_MUX_TX0+
DDC_SCLA
DDC_SDAA
IIC_SCL
IIC_SDA
HDMI_CEC_A
HDMI_MUX_TSCL
HDMI_MUX_TSDA
HDMI_MUX_RST
DDC_SDAB
HDMI_CEC_A
RXC_B+
RXC_B-
RX1_B+
RX1_B-
RX2_B+
RX2_B-
DDC_SDAA
HDMI_CEC_A
HPD_RST_B
RX0_B+
RX0_B-
RX1_A-
RX2_A+
RX2_A-
RXC_A+
RXC_A-
HPD_RST_A
RX0_A+
RX0_A-
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Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts 45 LC8.1E LB 7.
SSB: SRP List Explanation
1 . 1 . Introduction
Example
SRP (Service Re ference Protocol) is a softw are too l that creates a list w i th all refer e n c es to signal lines. The list contains
references to the signals w i thin all schemat ics of a PWB. It replaces the text refe r ences currentl y p r inted next t o the signal
names in the schematics. These printed refe rences are created man ually an d are t h e r efore n o t guar an teed to be 100 %
correct. In additio n , in the current crowded schema t ics there is often none or ver y little pl ace for these references.
Some of the PW B schematics w ill use SRP while others w ill sti ll use the manual refe rences. Either there w ill be an SRP
r e fer ence list for a schematic, or ther e w ill be pr inted r e ferences in the schematic.
1.2. No n - SRP Schematics
There a r e severa l different signals available in a schematic:
1.2.1. Po w e r Supply Lines
All pow er suppl y lines are available in t he suppl y line overview (see chapter 6). I n th e schematics (se e chapter 7) is n o t
indicated w h e r e supplies are coming from or going to.
It is how ever indi cated if a supply is incoming (created elsew h e r e), o r outgoing (cr eat ed or adapt ed in the current sche m atic).
+5 V +5 V
Outgoing Incoming
1.2.2. Normal Signals
For no rmal signals, a schematic r e ference (e. g . B1 4b) is placed next to the signals.
si gnal _nam e B14b
1.2.3. Grounds
For no rmal and s pecial grounds (e .g. GN DH OT o r GND3V3 etc.), n o thing is indicate d.
1.3. SRP Schematics
SRP is a tool, w h ich automatically creates a list w i th signal reference s , indicating on which sc hematic t he signals are used.
A reference is cr eated for all signals indicat ed w i th an SRP s y mbol, these s y mbols are:
+5V +5 V
Power suppl y li ne.
na me na me
Stand alone signal or sw itching li ne (used as less as possible).
na m e nam e
Signal line into a w i re tree.
na m e nam e
Sw itching line into a w i re tre e .
name
Bi-directional lin e (e.g. SDA ) into a w i r e tree.
name
Signal line into a w i r e tree, its dir e ction depends on t he circuit (e.g. ingoing for PD P, outgoing for L C D sets).
Remarks:
When there is a black dot on the "signal dire ction arrow" it is an SRP symbol, so there will be a reference to the signal
name in the SRP list.
All references to normal grounds (Ground symbols without additi onal text) are not listed in the reference list, this to keep
it concise.
Signals that are not used in multiple schematics, but only onc e or several times in the same schematic, are included
in the SRP reference list, but only with one reference.
Additional Tip:
When using the PDF service manual file, you can very easily search for signal names and follow the signal over all the
schematics. In Adobe PDF reader:
Select the signal name you want to sear ch for, with the "Select text" tool.
Copy and paste the signal name in the "Search PDF" tool.
Search for all occurrences of the signal name.
Now you can quickly jump between the different occurrences and follow the signal over all schematics. It is advised to
"zoom in" to e.g. 150% to see clearly, which text is select ed. Then you can zoom out, to get an overview of the complete
schematic.
PS. It is recommended to use at least Adobe PDF (reader) version 6. x, due to better search possibilities in this version.
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+12-15V AP1 (4x)
+12-15V AP4 (4x)
+12-15V AP5 (12x)
+12-15V AP6 (4x)
+12-15V AP7 (8x)
+12V AP1 (4x)
+12V_NF AP1 (2x)
+12VAL AP1 (2x)
+25VLP AP1 (4x)
+25VLP AP2 (1x)
+3V3-STANDBY AP5 (3x)
+400V-F AP1 (2x)
+400V-F AP2 (2x)
+400V-F AP3 (2x)
+5V2 AP1 (6x)
+5V2 AP2 (1x)
+5V2-NF AP1 (1x)
+5V2-NF AP2 (1x)
+5V-SW AP1 (6x)
+5V-SW AP2 (1x)
+8V6 AP1 (3x)
+AUX AP1 (2x)
+AUX AP2 (1x)
+DC-F AP1 (2x)
+DC-F AP3 (2x)
+SUB-SPEAKER AP5 (1x)
+SUB-SPEAKER AP6 (2x)
-12-15V AP1 (4x)
-12-15V AP4 (6x)
-12-15V AP5 (14x)
-12-15V AP6 (6x)
-12-15V AP7 (8x)
AL-OFF AP1 (2x)
AUDIO-L AP4 (1x)
AUDIO-L AP5 (1x)
AUDIO-PROT AP5 (3x)
AUDIO-R AP4 (1x)
AUDIO-R AP5 (1x)
AUDIO-SW AP5 (1x)
AUDIO-SW AP7 (1x)
BOOST AP1 (2x)
CPROT AP4 (2x)
CPROT AP5 (1x)
CPROT-SW AP5 (1x)
CPROT-SW AP6 (2x)
-DC-F AP1 (2x)
-DC-F AP3 (2x)
DC-PROT AP1 (1x)
DC-PROT AP5 (2x)
DIM-CONTROL AP1 (2x)
FEEDBACK+SW AP6 (2x)
FEEDBACK-L AP4 (2x)
FEEDBACK-R AP4 (2x)
FEEDBACK-SW AP6 (2x)
GND-AL AP1 (2x)
GNDHA AP1 (40x)
GNDHA AP2 (20x)
GNDHA AP3 (2x)
GNDHOT AP3 (2x)
GND-L AP1 (2x)
GND-L AP4 (4x)
GND-L AP5 (34x)
GND-LL AP4 (7x)
GND-LL AP5 (1x)
GND-LR AP4 (7x)
GND-LR AP5 (1x)
GND-LSW AP5 (1x)
GND-LSW AP6 (15x)
GND-S AP1 (11x)
GND-SA AP4 (8x)
GND-SA AP5 (2x)
GND-SA AP6 (8x)
GND-SA AP7 (6x)
GNDscrew AP3 (2x)
GNDscrew AP5 (2x)
GND-SSB AP5 (3x)
GND-SSP AP1 (51x)
GND-SSP AP2 (15x)
IN+SW AP6 (2x)
IN-L AP4 (2x)
IN-R AP4 (2x)
IN-SW AP6 (2x)
INV-MUTE AP4 (1x)
INV-MUTE AP5 (1x)
INV-MUTE AP6 (1x)
LEFT-SPEAKER AP4 (1x)
LEFT-SPEAKER AP5 (1x)
MUTE AP4 (2x)
MUTE AP5 (1x)
MUTE AP6 (2x)
ON-OFF AP1 (3x)
OUT AP6 (1x)
OUT AP7 (2x)
OUTN AP6 (1x)
OUTN AP7 (1x)
POWER-GOOD AP1 (2x)
POWER-OK-PLATFORM AP1 (2x)
RIGHT-SPEAKER AP4 (1x)
RIGHT-SPEAKER AP5 (1x)
SOUND-ENABLE AP5 (3x)
STANDBY AP1 (5x)
STANDBY AP2 (1x)
-SUB-SPEAKER AP5 (1x)
-SUB-SPEAKER AP6 (2x)
V-CLAMP AP1 (1x)
V-CLAMP AP3 (2x)

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+12V_AUDIO B01 (1x)
+12V_AUDIO B05B (1x)
+12V_DISP B01 (3x)
+12V_DISP B03 (1x)
+12V_DISP B04C (1x)
+1V8_ANA-MUX B06D (3x)
+1V8_DIG-MUX B06D (2x)
+1V8_SW B01 (2x)
+1V8_SW B04A (3x)
+1V8_SW B06D (1x)
+1V8_SW_ADC B01 (1x)
+1V8_SW_ADC B04A (2x)
+1V8_SW_LOCAL B04A (4x)
+2V5_SW B01 (2x)
+2V5_SW B04A (2x)
+2V5_SW B04B (3x)
+3V3_ANA-MUX B06D (4x)
+3V3_STBY B01 (1x)
+3V3_STBY B03 (18x)
+3V3_STBY B04A (2x)
+3V3_STBY B05B (3x)
+3V3_STBY B06C (1x)
+3V3_STBY B06D (3x)
+3V3_SW B01 (1x)
+3V3_SW B03 (2x)
+3V3_SW B04A (14x)
+3V3_SW B04B (2x)
+3V3_SW B05A (2x)
+3V3_SW B06A (1x)
+3V3_SW B06D (4x)
+3V3_SW_TDA B01 (2x)
+3V3_SW_TDA B04A (6x)
+5V_IF B02 (4x)
+5V_SW B01 (6x)
+5V_SW B02 (1x)
+5V_SW B03 (8x)
+5V_SW B05A (1x)
+5V_SW B06B (1x)
+5V_SW B06C (1x)
+5V_SW B06D (7x)
+5V_SW_SMIC B05A (7x)
+5V_TUN B02 (2x)
+5VHDMI_A B06D (3x)
+5VHDMI_B B06D (3x)
+8V_SW B01 (1x)
+8V_SW B05A (1x)
+VTUN B01 (1x)
+VTUN B02 (1x)
-12V_AUDIO B01 (1x)
-12V_AUDIO B05B (1x)
ANTI_PLOP B03 (1x)
ANTI_PLOP B05B (1x)
AUDIO_LS_L B04A (1x)
AUDIO_LS_L B05B (1x)
AUDIO_LS_R B04A (1x)
AUDIO_LS_R B05B (1x)
BA0 B04A (1x)
BA0 B04B (1x)
BA1 B04A (1x)
BA1 B04B (1x)
BL_ADJ B03 (1x)
BL_ADJ B04A (1x)
BL_ADJUST_PWM B01 (1x)
BL_ADJUST_PWM B03 (1x)
BL_BOOST B01 (1x)
BL_BOOST B03 (1x)
BL_BOOST_PWM B03 (1x)
BL_BOOST_PWM B04A (1x)
BL_ON_OFF B03 (1x)
BL_ON_OFF B04A (1x)
BL_ON_OFF_2 B01 (1x)
BL_ON_OFF_2 B03 (2x)
CASN B04A (1x)
CASN B04B (1x)
CKE B04A (1x)
CKE B04B (2x)
COMP_AUDIO_IN_L B05A (1x)
COMP_AUDIO_IN_L B06A (1x)
COMP_AUDIO_IN_R B05A (1x)
COMP_AUDIO_IN_R B06A (1x)
CPU_RST B03 (1x)
CPU_RST B04A (1x)
CPU_RST B06C (1x)
DC_PROT B04A (1x)
DC_PROT B05B (1x)
DDC_RST_A B03 (1x)
DDC_RST_A B06D (1x)
DDC_RST_B B03 (1x)
DDC_RST_B B06D (1x)
DDC_SCLA B06D (2x)
DDC_SCLB B06D (1x)
DDC_SDAA B06D (2x)
DDC_SDAB B06D (2x)
DQM0H B04A (1x)
DQM0H B04B (1x)
DQM0L B04A (1x)
DQM0L B04B (1x)
DQS0H B04A (1x)
DQS0H B04B (1x)
DQS0L B04A (1x)
DQS0L B04B (1x)
EDID_WC B06D (2x)
ENGAGE B05B (2x)
GND107 B04A (2x)
GND110 B04A (2x)
GND47 B04A (2x)
GND60 B04A (2x)
GND78 B04A (2x)
GND86 B04A (2x)
GND97 B04A (3x)
GNDDC1 B01 (13x)
GNDSND B01 (5x)
GNDSND B05B (28x)
GNDSND B06A (2x)
GNDTUN B01 (1x)
HD_PB_IN B04A (1x)
HD_PB_IN B06A (1x)
HD_PR_IN B04A (1x)
HD_PR_IN B06A (1x)
HD_Y_IN B04A (1x)
HD_Y_IN B06A (1x)
HDMI_CEC B03 (1x)
HDMI_CEC B04A (1x)
HDMI_CEC B06D (4x)
HDMI_CEC_A B06D (2x)
HDMI_MUX_RST B04A (1x)
HDMI_MUX_RST B06D (1x)
HDMI_MUX_TSCL B04A (1x)
HDMI_MUX_TSCL B06D (1x)
HDMI_MUX_TSDA B04A (1x)
HDMI_MUX_TSDA B06D (1x)
HDMI_MUX_TX0- B04A (1x)
HDMI_MUX_TX0- B06D (3x)
HDMI_MUX_TX0+ B04A (1x)
HDMI_MUX_TX0+ B06D (3x)
HDMI_MUX_TX1- B04A (1x)
HDMI_MUX_TX1- B06D (3x)
HDMI_MUX_TX1+ B04A (1x)
HDMI_MUX_TX1+ B06D (3x)
HDMI_MUX_TX2- B04A (1x)
HDMI_MUX_TX2- B06D (3x)
HDMI_MUX_TX2+ B04A (1x)
HDMI_MUX_TX2+ B06D (3x)
HDMI_MUX_TXC- B04A (1x)
HDMI_MUX_TXC- B06D (3x)
HDMI_MUX_TXC+ B04A (1x)
HDMI_MUX_TXC+ B06D (3x)
HP_DETECT B04A (1x)
HP_DETECT B06A (1x)
HPD_RST_A B06D (2x)
HPD_RST_B B06D (2x)
HPD_RST_MUX B04A (1x)
HPD_RST_MUX B04B (1x)
HPD_RST_MUX B06D (2x)
IF_ATV B02 (2x)
IIC_SCL B02 (1x)
IIC_SCL B03 (3x)
IIC_SCL B04A (1x)
IIC_SCL B05A (1x)
IIC_SCL B06C (1x)
IIC_SCL B06D (1x)
IIC_SDA B02 (1x)
IIC_SDA B03 (3x)
IIC_SDA B04A (1x)
IIC_SDA B05A (1x)
IIC_SDA B06C (1x)
IIC_SDA B06D (1x)
JTAG_TCK B04A (1x)
JTAG_TCK B06C (1x)
JTAG_TDI B04A (1x)
JTAG_TDI B06C (1x)
JTAG_TDO B04A (1x)
JTAG_TDO B06C (1x)
JTAG_TMS B04A (1x)
JTAG_TMS B06C (1x)
JTAG_TRSTN B04A (1x)
JTAG_TRSTN B06C (1x)
KEYB B03 (2x)
KEYB B04A (1x)
LCD_PWR_ON B04A (1x)
LCD_PWR_ON B04C (1x)
LED1 B03 (2x)
LED2 B03 (2x)
LOUT_HP B05B (1x)
LOUT_HP B06A (1x)
LOUT_SP B05B (1x)
LOUT_SP_GROUND B05B (1x)
LOUT_SP_GROUND B06A (1x)
MA(0) B04A (1x)
MA(0) B04B (1x)
MA(1) B04A (1x)
MA(1) B04B (1x)
MA(10) B04A (1x)
MA(10) B04B (1x)
MA(11) B04A (1x)
MA(11) B04B (1x)
MA(2) B04A (1x)
MA(2) B04B (1x)
MA(3) B04A (1x)
MA(3) B04B (1x)
MA(4) B04A (1x)
MA(4) B04B (1x)
MA(5) B04A (1x)
MA(5) B04B (1x)
MA(6) B04A (1x)
MA(6) B04B (1x)
MA(7) B04A (1x)
MA(7) B04B (1x)
MA(8) B04A (1x)
MA(8) B04B (1x)
MA(9) B04A (1x)
MA(9) B04B (1x)
MAIN_C B04A (1x)
MAIN_C B05A (1x)
MAIN_CVBS_Y B04A (1x)
MAIN_CVBS_Y B05A (1x)
MAIN_L B04A (1x)
MAIN_L B05A (1x)
MAIN_NVM_WC B03 (1x)
MAIN_NVM_WC B04A (1x)
MAIN_R B04A (1x)
MAIN_R B05A (1x)
MD(0) B04A (1x)
MD(0) B04B (1x)
MD(1) B04A (1x)
MD(1) B04B (1x)
MD(10) B04A (1x)
MD(10) B04B (1x)
MD(11) B04A (1x)
MD(11) B04B (1x)
MD(12) B04A (1x)
MD(12) B04B (1x)
MD(13) B04A (1x)
MD(13) B04B (1x)
MD(14) B04A (1x)
MD(14) B04B (1x)
MD(15) B04A (1x)
MD(15) B04B (1x)
MD(2) B04A (1x)
MD(2) B04B (1x)
MD(3) B04A (1x)
MD(3) B04B (1x)
MD(4) B04A (1x)
MD(4) B04B (1x)
MD(5) B04A (1x)
MD(5) B04B (1x)
MD(6) B04A (1x)
MD(6) B04B (1x)
MD(7) B04A (1x)
MD(7) B04B (1x)
MD(8) B04A (1x)
MD(8) B04B (1x)
MD(9) B04A (1x)
MD(9) B04B (1x)
MON_CVBS B04A (1x)
MON_CVBS B05A (1x)
MUTEn B03 (1x)
MUTEn B05B (1x)
PIP_B B04A (1x)
PIP_B B05A (2x)
PIP_G B04A (1x)
PIP_G B05A (2x)
PIP_R B04A (1x)
PIP_R B05A (2x)
POWER_DOWN B03 (1x)
POWER_DOWN B04A (1x)
POWER_DOWN B05B (1x)
POWER_ONOFF B03 (2x)
POWER_ONOFF_LOCTOP B03 (1x)
POWER_ONOFF_LOCTOP B04A (1x)
RASN B04A (1x)
RASN B04B (1x)
RC_1 B03 (1x)
RC_1 B06A (1x)
RC_2 B03 (1x)
RC_2 B06A (1x)
REMOTE B03 (3x)
REMOTE B04A (1x)
REMOTE_IN B03 (2x)
RF_AGC B02 (1x)
RF_AGC B05A (1x)
ROUT_HP B05B (1x)
ROUT_HP B06A (1x)
ROUT_SP B05B (1x)
ROUT_SP_GROUND B05B (1x)
ROUT_SP_GROUND B06A (1x)
RX0_A- B06D (2x)
RX0_A+ B06D (2x)
RX0_B- B06D (1x)
RX0_B+ B06D (1x)
RX1_A- B06D (2x)
RX1_A+ B06D (2x)
RX1_B- B06D (1x)
RX1_B+ B06D (1x)
RX2_A- B06D (2x)
RX2_A+ B06D (2x)
RX2_B- B06D (1x)
RX2_B+ B06D (1x)
RXC_A- B06D (2x)
RXC_A+ B06D (2x)
RXC_B- B06D (1x)
RXC_B+ B06D (1x)
SAW_SW B02 (1x)
SAW_SW B05A (1x)
SC1_AUDIO_IN_L B05A (1x)
SC1_AUDIO_IN_L B06B (1x)
SC1_AUDIO_IN_R B05A (1x)
SC1_AUDIO_IN_R B06B (1x)
SC1_AUDIO_MUTE_L B05B (1x)
SC1_AUDIO_MUTE_L B06B (1x)
SC1_AUDIO_MUTE_R B05B (1x)
SC1_AUDIO_MUTE_R B06B (1x)
SC1_AUDIO_OUT_L B05A (1x)
SC1_AUDIO_OUT_L B06B (2x)
SC1_AUDIO_OUT_R B05A (1x)
SC1_AUDIO_OUT_R B06B (2x)
SC1_B_IN B05A (2x)
SC1_B_IN B06B (2x)
SC1_CVBS_IN B05A (1x)
SC1_CVBS_IN B06B (2x)
SC1_FBL_IN B04A (1x)
SC1_FBL_IN B05A (1x)
SC1_FBL_IN B06B (2x)
SC1_G_IN B05A (2x)
SC1_G_IN B06B (2x)
SC1_R_IN B05A (2x)
SC1_R_IN B06B (2x)
SC1_RF_OUT_CVBS B05A (1x)
SC1_RF_OUT_CVBS B06B (1x)
SC1_STATUS B03 (1x)
SC1_STATUS B04A (1x)
SC1_STATUS B06B (1x)
SC2_AUDIO_IN_L B05A (1x)
SC2_AUDIO_IN_L B06C (1x)
SC2_AUDIO_IN_R B05A (1x)
SC2_AUDIO_IN_R B06C (1x)
SC2_AUDIO_MUTE_L B05B (1x)
SC2_AUDIO_MUTE_L B06C (1x)
SC2_AUDIO_MUTE_R B05B (1x)
SC2_AUDIO_MUTE_R B06C (1x)
SC2_AUDIO_OUT_L B05A (1x)
SC2_AUDIO_OUT_L B06C (1x)
SC2_AUDIO_OUT_R B05A (1x)
SC2_AUDIO_OUT_R B06C (1x)
SC2_C_IN B04A (1x)
SC2_C_IN B06C (1x)
SC2_CVBS_MON_OUT B03 (1x)
SC2_CVBS_MON_OUT B05A (1x)
SC2_CVBS_MON_OUT B06C (1x)
SC2_STATUS B04A (1x)
SC2_STATUS B06C (1x)
SC2_Y_CVBS_IN B04A (1x)
SC2_Y_CVBS_IN B06C (1x)
SDCLKN B04A (1x)
SDCLKN B04B (2x)
SDCLKP B04A (1x)
SDCLKP B04B (2x)
SIDE_AUDIO_IN_L B05A (1x)
SIDE_AUDIO_IN_L B06A (2x)
SIDE_AUDIO_IN_R B05A (1x)
SIDE_AUDIO_IN_R B06A (2x)
SIF1 B02 (1x)
SIF1 B05A (1x)
SIF2 B02 (1x)
SIF2 B05A (1x)
SMIC_CLKN B04A (1x)
SMIC_CLKN B05A (1x)
SMIC_CLKP B04A (1x)
SMIC_CLKP B05A (1x)
SPI_CEN B04A (1x)
SPI_CEN B04B (1x)
SPI_SCK B04A (1x)
SPI_SCK B04B (2x)
SPI_SDI B04A (1x)
SPI_SDI B04B (1x)
SPI_SDO B04A (1x)
SPI_SDO B04B (1x)
STANDBY B01 (1x)
STANDBY B03 (2x)
STANDBYn B03 (1x)
STANDBYn B05B (1x)
SVHS_C_IN B05A (1x)
SVHS_C_IN B06A (2x)
SVHS_Y_CVBS_IN B05A (1x)
SVHS_Y_CVBS_IN B06A (2x)
TDA889X_HS B04A (1x)
TDA889X_HS B05A (1x)
TDA889X_VS B04A (1x)
TDA889X_VS B05A (1x)
TRAP2 B04A (1x)
TRAP2 B04B (1x)
TRAP4 B04A (1x)
TRAP4 B04B (1x)
TUN_L B04A (1x)
TUN_L B05A (1x)
TUN_R B04A (1x)
TUN_R B05A (1x)
TUN_SIF B04A (1x)
TUN_SIF B05A (1x)
TxAn B04A (1x)
TxAn B04C (1x)
TxAp B04A (1x)
TxAp B04C (1x)
TxBn B04A (1x)
TxBn B04C (1x)
TxBp B04A (1x)
TxBp B04C (1x)
TxCLKn B04A (1x)
TxCLKn B04C (1x)
TxCLKp B04A (1x)
TxCLKp B04C (1x)
TxCn B04A (1x)
TxCn B04C (1x)
TxCp B04A (1x)
TxCp B04C (1x)
TxDn B04A (1x)
TxDn B04C (1x)
TxDp B04A (1x)
TxDp B04C (1x)
UART_RXD B03 (1x)
UART_RXD B04A (1x)
UART_TXD B03 (1x)
UART_TXD B04A (1x)
VDD B05B (3x)
VDDA B05B (3x)
VDISP B04C (2x)
VIF1 B02 (1x)
VIF1 B05A (1x)
VIF2 B02 (1x)
VIF2 B05A (1x)
VSS B05B (3x)
VSSA B05B (5x)
WEN B04A (1x)
WEN B04B (1x)
WT_LOCTOP B03 (1x)
WT_LOCTOP B04A (1x)
XTAL_IN B04A (2x)
XTAL_OUT B04A (2x)




























































































































































































































































































































Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts 47 LC8.1E LB 7.
Layout Small Signal Board (Overview Top Side)
1102 C4
1103 C4
1104 A3
1301 A3
1302 A2
1303 B1
1311 B2
1312 A3
1313 B4
1501 F4
1504 E4
1505 E4
1506 E4
1507 E4
1508 E4
1509 D4
1511 E4
1512 E4
1516 E4
1517 E4
1519 E4
1520 E4
1522 E4
1524 D4
1601 A4
1602 B4
1603 F4
1605 C4
1613 F4
1614 D4
1615 E4
1616 B4
1617 B4
1619 F4
1620 F4
1701 C2
1A35 F1
1C01 D3
1C02 A3
1C03 D3
1E01 E3
1E03 D2
1E04 B3
1E05 D1
1E08 D1
1E09 D1
1E10 D1
1E20 D1
1E22 D2
1N01 D2
1N02 D3
1P01 E1
1P02 D1
1R10 C1
1R11 C1
1R12 C1
1R13 C1
1R14 C1
1R50 C1
2101 B4
2102 B4
2103 A3
2104 A4
2105 A4
2106 B4
2109 B4
2110 B4
2111 A4
2112 B4
2113 B4
2114 C4
2301 A2
2302 A2
2303 A3
2304 B1
2305 B1
2306 A3
2307 D2
2308 D2
2309 C2
2310 C2
2311 A2
2312 D2
2313 A3
2314 B1
2315 A3
2316 A3
2317 A3
2319 B1
2320 B4
2321 B1
2322 B1
2323 B1
2324 B1
2326 B1
2327 A3
2401 D4
2402 D4
2403 C4
2404 C4
2405 C4
2406 C4
2407 C4
2408 D4
2409 D4
2410 D4
2411 D4
2412 D4
2413 D4
2414 D4
2415 D4
2416 C4
2417 C4
2418 D4
2419 C4
2420 C4
2421 C4
2422 C4
2423 C4
2424 C4
2425 D4
2427 C4
2428 C4
2430 C4
2431 C4
2432 C4
2433 C4
2434 C4
2435 C4
2436 C4
2437 C4
2438 C4
2439 C4
2440 C4
2441 C4
2442 C4
2443 C4
2444 C4
2445 D4
2446 D4
2447 D4
2448 D4
2449 D4
2501 E4
2503 D4
2504 D4
2507 E4
2508 E4
2511 E4
2514 E4
2515 E4
2517 E4
2521 E4
2523 E4
2527 E4
2528 E4
2529 E4
2600 A4
2602 D4
2603 E4
2606 D4
2607 E4
2608 E4
2609 C4
2610 F4
2612 F4
2613 F4
2614 F4
2615 F4
2616 F4
2621 B4
2622 B4
2623 C4
2624 C4
2625 A4
2626 C4
2627 B4
2628 C4
2701 B1
2702 B1
2703 B2
2704 B2
2705 C2
2706 C1
2707 C2
2709 C2
2710 B2
2711 C2
2712 B2
2713 B2
2714 D2
2A01 F2
2A02 E2
2A03 F2
2A04 F2
2A05 E2
2A08 E2
2A09 F3
2A10 F3
2A11 F3
2A12 F3
2A14 F1
2A15 F3
2A16 E3
2A17 F2
2A18 F3
2A19 F3
2A20 F3
2A21 F2
2A22 F3
2A23 E2
2A24 F3
2A25 F3
2A27 F3
2A28 F1
2A29 E3
2A30 F3
2A31 F2
2A32 F3
2A33 F3
2A34 F3
2A35 F2
2A36 F2
2A40 F3
2A41 F2
2A45 F4
2A60 B2
2A61 A2
2A62 F2
2A63 F2
2A64 E2
2A65 E2
2A66 F3
2A67 F1
2A68 F1
2C01 C2
2C02 C3
2C03 C3
2C04 C2
2C05 C2
2C06 C3
2C07 C3
2C08 C3
2C09 C3
2C10 C3
2C11 C3
2C12 C3
2C13 C3
2C14 C3
2C15 C3
2C16 C3
2C17 C3
2C18 C3
2C19 C2
2C20 C3
2C21 C3
2C22 C3
2C23 C3
2C28 C3
2C29 C3
2C30 C3
2C31 C3
2C32 C2
2C33 C2
2C34 C2
2C35 C2
2C36 C2
2C37 C3
2C38 C3
2C39 C3
2C40 C3
2C41 C3
2C42 C3
2C43 C3
2C44 C3
2C45 C3
2C48 C3
2C49 C3
2C50 C3
2C51 C3
2C52 C3
2C53 B2
2C54 B2
2C55 B2
2C56 B2
2C57 C3
2C58 C3
2C59 C3
2C60 C3
2C61 B3
2C62 B3
2C63 B3
2C64 B3
2C65 B3
2C66 B3
2C67 B3
2C68 B3
2C69 B2
2C70 B2
2C71 B3
2C72 B3
2C74 B2
2C75 B3
2C76 B3
2C77 B3
2C78 B3
2C80 C2
2C82 C3
2C83 B3
2C84 C3
2C85 C3
2C86 C3
2C87 D3
2C88 D3
2C89 B3
2C90 D3
2E01 F4
2E02 E4
2E03 E4
2E04 E4
2E05 E4
2E06 D4
2E07 D4
2E08 D4
2E09 D4
2E10 E4
2E11 E4
2E12 B3
2E13 B3
2N01 E2
2N02 D3
2N03 E2
2N04 E2
2N05 E2
2N06 D3
2N07 D3
2N10 E3
2N17 E2
2N18 E2
2N19 D2
2N29 E2
2N30 E2
2N33 E2
2N39 E2
2P01 A1
2P02 A1
2P03 A1
2P04 A1
2P05 A1
2P06 A1
2P07 E1
2P08 E1
2P09 E1
2P10 E1
2P11 E1
2P12 E1
2P13 A2
2P14 A2
2P15 A2
2P16 F1
2P17 B2
2P18 B2
2P19 F1
2P20 F1
2P21 B2
2P23 E1
2P24 D1
2P25 E1
2P26 E1
2P27 E1
2P30 D1
2P31 E2
2P32 E1
2P33 E1
2P34 D1
2P36 E1
2P37 E1
2P39 E1
2P40 E1
2P41 E1
2P42 E2
2P43 E2
2P44 E1
2P45 E1
2P47 E1
2P48 E2
2P49 E1
2P50 E1
2P51 E1
2P54 E2
2P55 D1
2P56 D1
2P58 D1
2R01 C1
2R02 C1
2R03 C2
3101 B4
3102 B4
3103 C4
3104 A3
3105 B4
3107 B3
3108 C4
3109 C4
3110 B4
3111 B4
3112 B4
3113 C4
3301 A3
3303 A3
3304 A3
3305 A2
3306 A3
3307 A3
3308 A3
3309 A3
3310 A3
3311 A3
3312 A3
3313 A2
3314 B4
3315 A3
3316 B1
3317 B1
3318 B1
3319 A3
3321 B1
3322 B4
3323 B4
3324 A2
3325 B3
3326 A3
3327 A2
3328 A2
3329 D2
3330 D2
3331 A2
3332 A3
3334 D2
3335 A3
3336 C2
3337 C2
3338 C2
3339 D2
3340 C2
3341 A3
3342 C2
3343 C2
3344 C2
3345 D2
3346 A2
3347 A2
3348 B2
3349 B2
3350 B2
3351 B2
3352 A2
3353 A2
3354 D2
3355 B4
3356 A3
3357 A3
3358 A2
3359 A2
3360 A2
3361 A2
3362 A3
3363 A3
3364 A3
3365 A3
3366 A3
3367 A3
3368 A3
3369 A3
3370 A3
3371 A3
3372 A3
3373 A3
3374 A3
3375 A3
3376 A3
3377 A3
3378 A2
3401 D4
3402 D4
3403 D4
3404 D4
3405 D4
3406 D4
3407 D4
3408 D4
3409 C4
3410 C4
3411 C4
3412 C4
3413 C4
3414 C4
3415 C4
3416 D4
3417 C4
3418 C4
3419 C4
3420 C4
3421 C4
3422 C4
3423 C4
3424 C4
3425 C4
3426 C4
3427 C4
3428 C4
3429 C4
3430 C4
3431 C4
3432 D4
3433 D4
3434 D4
3503 F4
3504 D4
3505 D4
3507 E4
3510 E4
3511 E4
3514 E4
3515 E4
3517 E4
3518 E4
3520 E4
3524 D4
3526 E4
3530 E4
3532 E4
3533 E4
3535 D4
3536 D4
3537 D4
3540 D4
3554 D4
3600 A4
3601 C3
3602 C4
3603 C3
3604 A4
3605 C3
3606 B3
3607 E4
3608 E4
3609 C4
3611 F4
3612 F4
3621 B4
3622 B4
3623 C4
3624 C4
3701 C1
3702 C2
3703 C1
3706 C2
3708 C2
3709 C2
3710 C2
3711 C2
3712 C2
3713 C2
3714 C2
3715 C2
3716 C2
3717 C2
3718 C2
3719 C2
3720 D2
3721 C2
3722 C2
3723 D2
3724 C2
3A01 F2
3A02 E2
3A03 F3
3A04 F3
3A05 F3
3A06 F3
3A07 E3
3A08 F3
3A09 F2
3A10 F2
3A11 F3
3A12 F2
3A13 F3
3A14 F2
3A15 E2
3A16 E2
3A17 F2
3A18 F2
3A19 F3
3A20 E3
3A21 F3
3A22 F3
3A23 F3
3A26 F3
3A27 F2
3A28 F2
3A29 F3
3A30 F2
3A31 F3
3A32 F3
3A33 F3
3A61 B2
3A62 A2
3A63 A2
3A70 B2
3A71 C4
3A72 C4
3A75 A2
3A76 A2
3A77 B3
3A78 F4
3A79 F4
3C01 C2
3C02 C2
3C03 C2
3C04 B3
3C05 C2
3C06 C2
3C07 C2
3C08 C3
3C09 C3
3C10 C3
3C17 C3
3C18 C3
3C19 C3
3C20 C3
3C21 C3
3C23 B3
3C24 B3
3C25 B3
3C26 B3
3C27 B3
3C28 B3
3C29 B3
3C32 B2
3C33 B2
3C34 C2
3C35 C2
3C36 C3
3C37 C3
3C38 B3
3C39 B3
3C40 B3
3C41 C3
3C42 C3
3C50 C2
3C51 C2
3C52 C2
3C53 C2
3C54 B2
3C55 B2
3C57 B2
3C58 B2
3C59 B2
3C60 B2
3C61 C3
3C62 C2
3C63 C2
3C64 C2
3C65 C2
3C66 B3
3C67 D3
3C68 D3
3C69 D3
3C70 D3
3C71 D3
3C72 D3
3C73 D3
3C74 D3
3C75 D3
3E01 F4
3E02 E4
3E03 E4
3E04 E4
3E05 E4
3E06 E4
3E07 E4
3E08 E4
3E09 E4
3E10 E4
3E11 D4
3E12 D4
3E13 D4
3E14 D4
3E15 D4
3E16 D2
3E17 D2
3E18 D4
3E19 D2
3E20 D4
3E21 D4
3E25 D2
3E26 D2
3E27 D2
3E28 D2
3E29 D2
3E30 D2
3E31 D2
3E70 B3
3E71 B3
3N01 D2
3N02 D2
3N03 D2
3N04 D3
3N05 D2
3N06 D2
3N07 D3
3N08 D3
3N09 E2
3N10 E2
3N11 D3
3N12 E2
3N13 E3
3N14 E3
3N15 E3
3N16 D3
3N17 D3
3N18 D3
3N19 D3
3N20 D2
3N21 D2
3N22 D2
3N25 E2
3N26 D3
3N27 D3
3N28 D2
3N29 D2
3N30 D2
3N31 D2
3N32 D2
3N33 D2
3N34 D2
3N35 D3
3N36 D3
3N37 E2
3N38 E2
3N39 E3
3N40 E3
3N41 D2
3N42 D2
3P01 E1
3P02 E1
3P03 E2
3P04 E2
3P05 E2
3P07 E2
3P08 F1
3P09 F1
3P10 F1
3P11 E2
3P12 E2
3P13 E1
3P14 E2
3P15 F1
3P16 F1
3P17 E1
3P18 E1
3P19 E1
3P20 E2
3P21 E2
3P22 E2
3P23 E1
3P24 E1
3P26 E1
3P27 E1
3P28 E1
3P29 E2
3P30 E1
3P31 E1
3P32 E1
3P33 E1
3P34 E1
3P35 F1
3P36 F1
3R02 C2
3R13 C2
3R17 C2
4101 C4
4102 C4
4103 C4
4104 C4
4106 B4
4107 B4
4301 C2
4302 C2
4303 B1
4304 C2
4305 C2
4306 C2
4307 C2
4308 D2
4309 B1
4310 B1
4311 D2
4312 D2
4313 B1
4314 D2
4315 A2
4316 A2
4317 A3
4318 D2
4401 D4
4402 D4
4403 D4
4601 B4
4602 B4
4603 F3
4604 F3
4605 F3
4606 F3
4607 F4
4608 F4
4609 F4
4610 F4
4611 F4
4612 F4
4613 F4
4614 F4
4A51 A2
4C01 C2
4C02 A3
4C10 B3
4N03 E2
4N04 E2
4N11 E2
4N12 D2
4N13 D2
4N14 D2
4N15 E2
4N16 E2
4N17 E3
4N18 E3
4R04 C2
4R05 C2
4R06 C2
5101 B4
5102 B4
5111 B4
5115 B3
5301 A3
5302 A3
5304 B1
5401 D4
5402 D4
5701 C2
5A03 F2
5A04 E2
5A05 F2
5A06 E2
5C01 C2
5C02 C2
5C03 C3
5C04 C3
5C05 C3
5C06 C3
5C07 C3
5C08 C3
5C09 B3
5C10 C3
5C11 B3
5C12 C3
5C13 B3
5C14 B3
5C15 B2
5C16 C3
5C17 C2
5C18 C3
5C19 B3
5C20 B3
5N01 E2
5N02 E2
5N03 E3
5P01 D1
5P02 E1
5P03 A1
5P04 A1
5P05 D1
5P06 E1
5P07 E2
5P08 B1
5P09 A1
5P10 F1
5R01 C1
5R02 C1
5R03 C1
6101 B4
6103 C4
6301 A3
6302 B1
6303 A3
6304 A3
6306 A2
6308 B1
6504 E4
6507 E4
6511 D4
6514 E4
6515 E4
6516 E4
6517 D4
6518 E4
6519 E4
6520 E4
6521 E4
6604 A4
6606 C4
6610 D4
6611 E4
6612 D4
6613 E4
6614 F4
6615 F4
6616 F4
6621 B4
6622 C4
6A51 A2
6A52 A2
6C01 C2
6E01 F4
6E02 E4
6E03 E4
6E04 E4
6E05 E4
6E06 E4
6E07 E4
6E08 D4
6N07 E2
6N08 E2
6N09 E2
6N10 E2
6P01 F1
6P02 F1
6P03 F1
6P04 E1
6P05 E1
6P06 E1
6R01 C2
7109 C4
7301 A3
7302 C4
7303 A3
7304 C2
7305 C2
7306 D2
7307 A2
7308 A2
7309 A3
7310 A2
7311 A2
7401 C4
7503 D4
7701 C2
7702 D2
7A01 F3
7A05 F3
7A06 F2
7A07 F3
7A52 B2
7A53 A2
7A56 C4
7A57 C4
7A60 B2
7A61 F4
7A62 F4
7C01 C3
7E01 D4
7N01 E2
7N02 E3
7N03 E2
7N04 D2
7N05 D3
7N06 D2
7N07 D2
7N08 D2
7N09 D3
7N10 E2
7N11 E2
7N12 E3
7N13 E3
7P01 B2
7P02 A1
7P03 A2
7P04 A1
7P05 E1
7P06 D1
7P07 D1
7P08 E1
7P09 F1
7P10 F1
7R01 C2
7R02 C1
Part 1
I_18170_013a.eps
Part 2
I_18170_013b.eps
Part 4
I_18170_013d.eps
Part 3
I_18170_013c.eps
I_18170_013.eps
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48 LC8.1E LB 7. Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts
Layout Small Signal Board (Part 1 Top Side)
Part 1
I_18170_013a.eps
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Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts 49 LC8.1E LB 7.
Layout Small Signal Board (Part 2 Top Side)
Part 2
I_18170_013b.eps
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50 LC8.1E LB 7. Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts
Layout Small Signal Board (Part 3 Top Side)
I_18170_013c.eps
170708
Part 3
Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts 51 LC8.1E LB 7.
Layout Small Signal Board (Part 4 Top Side)
I_18170_013d.eps
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Part 4
52 LC8.1E LB 7. Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts
Keyboard Control Panel
4N10
IN11 B3
IN12 B3
IN13 B3
IN14 B4
IN15 B4
A A
RES
1N11 C2
C
B
1N10 A1
B
C
4
1 2 3 4
1N12 C3
1N13 C3
1N14 C4
1N15 C4
1N16 C4 6N10 B2
FN09 B1
2 3
4N10 B4
3N16 B4
1
FN10 B1
1
2
2N10 B1
2N11 B2
3N08 B1
3N09 B2
3N11 B2
3N12 B3
3N13 B3
3N14 B3
3N15 B4
RES RES
FN11 B1
FN12 B1
VOL- ON / OFF
TO KEYBD
CH- CH+ MENU
RES
VOL+
KEYBOARD CONTROL
3
4
5 6
1N16
SKRE
1
2
1N12
SKRE
6
N
1
0
B
Z
X
3
8
4
-
C
4
V
7
3N12
1K5
FN12
2K2
3N11
10R
3N09 3N08
10R 10n
2N11
1n0
2N10
FN09
IN14 IN15 IN11 IN12
FN11
3N17 680R
IN13
1N10
BM04B-SRSS-TBT
1
2
FN10
3N16
8K2
SKRE
1N13
1
2
1
2
1
2
SKRE
1N15
SKRE
1N11
1
2
SKRE
1N14
18K
3N15 3N13
3K9 5K6
3N14
INTERRUPT
KEYBOARD
E E
3139 123 6323.1
H_17650_050.eps
090108
Layout Keyboard Control Panel (Top Side)
3139 123 6323.1
H_17650_051.eps
140108
3139 123 6323.1
H_17650_052.eps
090108
1N10 I1
2N10 H1
2N11 H1
3N08 H1
3N09 H1
3N11 H1
3N12 G1
3N13 H1
3N14 D1
3N15 A1
3N16 B1
4N10 H1
6N10 I1
1N11 F1
1N12 H1
1N13 D1
1N14 A1
1N15 B1
1N16 J1
Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts 53 LC8.1E LB 7.
IR & LED Panel
+5V_SW
FP17
3P25
33K
FP14 B1
IP19 E7
"WHITE"
IP22 A6
IP20 E4
IP21 E8
FP13 B1
RES
TO ME8 SSB
FROM ME8 KEYB
IP17 E7
IP18 E8
3P20 E6
(RES FOR BDS)
3P21 E8
3P18 D8
3P19 E4
3P13 A6
FP15 B1
FP16 B1
FP17 B1
FP18 C1
FP20 B1
IP10 A5
IP11 A7
IP12 B5
IP13 B7
IP14 B4
IP15 B6
IP16 D5
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TO ME8 LIGHT GUIDE
"LIGHT SENSOR"
3P24 E7
3P25 E6
3P26 E8
3P27 B5
3P28 B6
4P01 B5
4P02 B6
6P10 A7
6P11 A5
6P12 A6
7P10 B7
7P11 B5
7P12 D8
7P13 E7
7P14 E3
FP10 B1
FP11 B1
FP12 B1
7 8
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RES
B
1P11 C1
2P10 E5
2P11 E5
2P12 E6
2P13 E6
3P07 C3
3P08 C2
3P09 D6
3P10 A7
3P11 A5
3P12 A6
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
RES
3P23 E4
2 3
3P14 B6
3P15 B4
3P16 D4
3P17 E5
4 5 6
C
3P22 E8
150K
D
E
A
1P09 A1
1P10 B1
3P21
7P13
BC847BW
3P28
10K
10K
3P27
IP18
7P11
BC847BW
FP18
FP11
4P02 4P01
6P12
2
VS
T
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GND
3
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IP14
7P14
+5V_SW
3P22
10K
100R
3P16
3P07
680R
IP22
680R
3P08
3P12
270R
3P17
100R
5
6
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10 11
BM09B-SRSS-TBT
1
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3P15
10K
1P10
IP11
+3V3STBY +5V_SW
IP17
10u
2P13
FP13
FP10
+3V3STBY
IP15
2P12
10u
6K8
3P19 2P10
10u
3P26
150K
IP13
3P23
100K
+3V3STBY
FP16
3P18
100K
3P20
10K
10K
3P24
IP16
10K
IP19
3P14
+5V_SW
2P11
10u
+3V3STBY
7P10
BC847BW
+3V3STBY
10K
3P09
IP12
BM04B-SRSS-TBT
1
2
3
4
5 6
+5V_SW
1P11
270R
FP20
1
2
3
4 5
3P13
+3V3STBY
BM03B-SRSS-TBT
1P09
3P10
1K8
IP21
+5V_SW
FP14
IP20
FP12
+3V3STBY
3P11
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6P10
IP10
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3
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6P11
2
TEMT6000X01
7P12
3
1
FP15
IR
L
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2
LIGHT_SENSOR
IR
LED2
LED1
TACT_SWITCH_INT
KEYBOARD
L
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KEYBOARD
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Layout IR & LED Panel (Bottom Side)
2P10 A4
2P11 A6
3P07 A4
3P08 A4
3P09 A6
3P10 A3
3P11 A2
3P12 A6
3P13 A6
3P14 A2
3P15 A2
3P16 A4
3P17 A5
3P18 A6
3P19 A4
3P20 A6
3P21 A6
3P22 A6
3P23 A4
3P24 A6
3P25 A6
3P26 A6
3P27 A2
3P28 A3
4P01 A2
4P02 A2
6P10 A3
6P11 A3
6P12 A5
7P10 A2
7P11 A2
7P12 A5
7P13 A6
7P14 A4
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8. Alignments
Index of this chapter:
8.1 General Alignment Conditions
8.2 Hardware Alignments
8.3 Software Alignments
8.4 Option Settings
Note: Figures below can deviate slightly from the actual
situation, due to the different set executions.
General: The Service Alignment Mode (SAM) is described in
chapter 5. Menu navigation is done with the CURSOR UP,
DOWN, LEFT or RIGHT keys of the remote control transmitter.
8.1 General Alignment Conditions
Perform all electrical adjustments under the following
conditions:
Power supply voltage (depends on region):
AP-NTSC: 120 VAC or 230 VAC / 50 Hz ( 10%).
AP-PAL-multi: 120 - 230 VAC / 50 Hz ( 10%).
EU: 230 VAC / 50 Hz ( 10%).
LATAM-NTSC: 120 - 230 VAC / 50 Hz ( 10%).
US: 120 VAC / 60 Hz ( 10%).
Connect the set to the mains via an isolation transformer
with low internal resistance.
Allow the set to warm up for approximately 15 minutes.
Measure voltages and waveforms in relation to correct
ground (e.g. measure audio signals in relation to
AUDIO_GND).
Caution: It is not allowed to use heatsinks as ground.
Test probe: Ri > 10 Mohm, Ci < 20 pF.
Use an isolated trimmer/screwdriver to perform
alignments.
8.2 Hardware Alignments
There are no hardware alignments foreseen for this chassis,
but below find an overview of the most important DC voltages
on the SSB. These can be used for checking proper functioning
of the DC/DC converters.
Table 8-1 DC voltages
8.3 Software Alignments
With the software alignments of the Service Alignment Mode
(SAM) the Tuner and RGB settings can be aligned.
To store the data: Use the RC button Menu to switch to the
main menu and next, switch to Stand-by mode.
8.3.1 Tuner Adjustment (RF AGC Take Over Point)
Purpose: To keep the tuner output signal constant as the input
signal amplitude varies.
The LC8.1E LB chassis comes with the UV1316E analogue
tuner. No alignment is necessary, as the AGC alignment is
done automatically (standard value: 15). However in case of
problems use the following method (use multimeter and RF
generator):
Apply a 70 dB (1mv) RF signal with a Philips standard
circuit pattern to antenna input.
Adjust AGC (via SAM menu: TUNER -> AGC), until voltage
on pin 1 is 3.3 +0.5/-1.0 V.
Store settings and exit SAM.
8.3.2 RGB Alignment
In RGB Alignment menu there are three items White Tone,
ADC Gain & Align ADC to perform the colour temperature
alignment for the RF and the input source calibration.
Before alignment, choose TV MENU -> Picture and set:
Brightness to 50.
Colour to 50.
Contrast to 100.
White Tone Alignment:
Activate SAM.
Select RGB Align. -> White Tone and choose a colour
temperature.
Use a 100% white screen as input signal and set the
following values:
All White point values initial to 255.
In case you have a colour analyser:
Measure with a calibrated (phosphor- independent) colour
analyser (e.g. Minolta CA-210) in the centre of the screen.
Consequently, the measurement needs to be done in a
dark environment.
Adjust the correct x,y coordinates (while holding one of the
White point registers R, G or B on 256) by means of
decreasing the value of one or two other white points to the
correct x,y coordinates (see table White D alignment
values). Tolerance: dx: 0.004, dy: 0.004.
Repeat this step for the other colour Temperatures that
need to be aligned.
When finished return to the SAM root menu and press
STANDBY on the RC to store the aligned values to the
NVM.
Table 8-2 White D alignment values
If you do not have a colour analyser, you can use the default
values. This is the next best solution. The default values are
average values coming from production (statistics).
Set the RED, GREEN and BLUE default values per
temperature according to the values in the Tint settings
table.
When finished return to the SAM root menu and press
STANDBY on the RC to store the aligned values to the
NVM.
Description Test Point Specifications (V) Diagram
Min. Typ. Max.
+VTUN FP14 30 33 36 B01_DC-DC
+12V_AUDIO FP06 11.40 12.00 12.60 B01_DC-DC
-12V_AUDIO FP09 -11.40 -12.00 -12.60 B01_DC-DC
+12V_DISP FP04 11.40 12.00 12.60 B01_DC-DC
+3V3_STBY FP01 3.20 3.30 3.40 B01_DC-DC
+5V_SW FP05 4.90 5.16 5.42 B01_DC-DC
+2V5_SW FP18 2.40 2.50 2.60 B01_DC-DC
+1V8_SW FP03 1.70 1.80 1.90 B01_DC-DC
+3V3_SW_TDA FP19 3.10 3.30 3.50 B01_DC-DC
+1V8_SW_ADC FP20 1.70 1.80 1.90 B01_DC-DC
+3V3_SW FP22 3.10 3.30 3.50 B01_DC-DC
+8V_SW FP21 7.60 8.00 8.40 B01_DC-DC
+5V_IF F133 4.75 5.00 5.25 B02_Tuner IF & SAWF
+5V_TUN F111 4.75 5.00 5.25 B02_Tuner IF & SAWF
+5V_SW_SMIC F402 4.75 5.00 5.25 B05A_SMIC L
VDDA FA01 11.40 12.00 12.60 B05B_Audio - CLASS D
VDD FA03 11.40 12.00 12.60 B05B_Audio - CLASS D
VSSA FA02 -11.40 -12.00 -12.60 B05B_Audio - CLASS D
VSS FA14 -11.40 -12.00 -12.60 B05B_Audio - CLASS D
+5VHDMI_A FN08 4.75 5.00 5.25 B06B_HDMI
+5VHDMI_B FN13 4.75 5.00 5.25 B06B_HDMI
+1V8_ANA-MUX FN03 1.70 1.80 1.90 B06B_HDMI
+1V8_DIG-MUX FN02 1.70 1.80 1.90 B06B_HDMI
+3V3_ANA-MUX FN74 3.10 3.30 3.50 B06B_HDMI
Value Cool (11000 K) Normal (9000 K) Warm (6500 K)
x 0.278 0.289 0.314
y 0.278 0.291 0.319
Alignments EN 56 LC8.1E LB 8.
Table 8-3 Tint settings 32"
Table 8-4 Tint settings 42"
ADC Alignment (external source)
When the grey scale displayed is not uniformity, use the
following alignment method. This is to calibrate the input
source to perform better output display.
Two Input Source need to be calibrated:
1. RGB (via Scart 1)
2. YPbPr (Component Input)
Instructions:
Apply a standard 100% colour bar to input source (1) & (2).
Activate SAM.
Cursor down to item RGB Align and select Align ADC.
Select Yes with the Left Key to start calibration.
Power Off the set and calibrated values will be stored.
Note: The In Progress message indicates calibration in
progress.
The Done message will be displayed when completed
successfully.
8.4 Option Settings
8.4.1 Introduction
The microprocessor communicates with a large number of I
2
C
ICs in the set. To ensure good communication and to make
digital diagnosis possible, the microprocessor has to know
which ICs to address. The presence/absence of these specific
ICs (or functions) is made known by the option codes.
Notes:
After changing the option(s), save them with the STORE
command.
The new option setting becomes active after the TV is
switched off and on again with the mains switch (the
EAROM is then read again).
8.4.2 How To Set Option Codes
When the NVM is replaced, all options will require resetting. To
be certain that the factory settings are reproduced exactly, you
must set all option numbers. You can find the correct option
numbers in table Option Codes OP1...OP7 below.
How to Change Options Codes
An option code (or option byte) represents eight different
options (bits). When you change these numbers directly, you
can set all options very quickly. All options are controlled via
seven option bytes (OP1... OP7).
Activate SAM and select Options. Now you can select the
option byte (OP1 to OP7) with the CURSOR UP/ DOWN keys,
and enter the new 3 digit (decimal) value. For the correct
factory default settings, see the next table Option codes
OP1...OP7. For more detailed information, see the second
table Option codes at bit level. If an option is set (value 1), it
represents a certain decimal value.
When all the correct options (bits) are set, the sum of the
decimal values of each Option Byte (OP) will give the option
code.
Table 8-5 Option code overview
Option Bit Overview
Below find an overview of the Option Codes on bit level.
Colour Temp. R G B
Cool 120 126 128
Normal 128 128 128
Warm 128 120 126
Colour Temp. R G B
Cool 127 120 124
Normal 127 115 114
Warm 127 110 96
Sets 12NC Sets Type Panel Type Panel Code (Dec)
Option Byte (Dec)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
8670 000 42116 32PFL3403/12 LPL- LC320WXN-SAB1 136 3 2 0 255 8 0 1
8670 000 42115 42PFL3403/12 LPL- LC420WXE-SAA1 138 3 2 0 255 8 0 0
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Table 8-6 Option codes at bit level (OP1-OP7)
Option Byte & Bit Dec. Value Option Name Description
Byte OP1
Bit 7 (MSB) 128 OPC_BBE ON = BBE is available
OFF = BBE is not available
Bit 6 64 RESERVED RESERVED
Bit 5 32 RESERVED RESERVED
Bit 4 16 FSRV_OPC_OPTION_CHECK_14 ON = NVM Integrity check enable
OFF = NVM Integrity check disable
Bit 3 8 OPC_UK_PNP ON = UK PNP is available
OFF = UK PNP is not available
Bit 2 4 OPC_VIRGIN_MODE ON = Virgin Mode (PNP) is available
OFF = Virgin Mode (PNP) is not available
Bit 1 2 OPC_ACI ON = ACI is available
OFF = ACI is not available
Bit 0 (LSB) 1 OPC_ATS ON = ATS is available
OFF = ATS is not available
Byte OP2
Bit 7 (MSB) 128 RESERVED RESERVED
Bit 6 64 RESERVED RESERVED
Bit 5 32 RESERVED RESERVED
Bit 4 16 RESERVED RESERVED
Bit 3 8 RESERVED RESERVED
Bit 2 4 RESERVED RESERVED
Bit 1 2 OPC_WSSB ON = WSS is available
OFF = WSS is not available
Bit 0 (LSB) 1 RESERVED RESERVED
Byte OP3
Bit 7 (MSB) 128 RESERVED RESERVED
Bit 6 64 RESERVED RESERVED
Bit 5 32 RESERVED RESERVED
Bit 4 16 RESERVED RESERVED
Bit 3 8 RESERVED RESERVED
Bit 2 4 RESERVED RESERVED
Bit 1 2 RESERVED RESERVED
Bit 0 (LSB) 1 RESERVED RESERVED
Byte OP4
Bit 7 (MSB) 128 OPC_HDMI2 Must be set to 1, no optional control
Bit 6 64 OPC_HDMI1 Must be set to 1, no optional control
Bit 5 32 OPC_VGA Must be set to 1, no optional control
Bit 4 16 OPC_SVHS3 Must be set to 1, no optional control
Bit 3 8 OPC_AV3 Must be set to 1, no optional control
Bit 2 4 OPC_CVI Must be set to 1, no optional control
Bit 1 2 OPC_SVHS2 Must be set to 1, no optional control
Bit 0 (LSB) 1 OPC_AV2 Must be set to 1, no optional control
Byte OP5
Bit 7 (MSB) 128 RESERVED RESERVED
Bit 6 64 RESERVED RESERVED
Bit 5 32 RESERVED RESERVED
Bit 4 16 RESERVED RESERVED
Bit 3 8 OPC_SYS_RECVRY ON = System Recovery is available
OFF = System Recovery is not available
Bit 2 4 RESERVED RESERVED
Bit 1 2 RESERVED RESERVED
Bit 0 (LSB) 1 RESERVED RESERVED
Byte OP6
Bit 7 (MSB) 128 RESERVED RESERVED
Bit 6 64 RESERVED RESERVED
Bit 5 32 RESERVED RESERVED
Bit 4 16 RESERVED RESERVED
Bit 3 8 RESERVED RESERVED
Bit 2 4 RESERVED RESERVED
Bit 1 2 RESERVED RESERVED
Bit 0 (LSB) 1 RESERVED RESERVED
Byte OP7
Bit 7 (MSB) 128 RESERVED RESERVED
Bit 6 64 FSRV_PCE_OPTION_OP76 ON= Smart Clock enable
OFF= Smart Clock disable
Bit 5 32 RESERVED RESERVED
Bit 4 16 RESERVED RESERVED
Bit 3 8 RESERVED RESERVED
Bit 2 4 RESERVED RESERVED
Bit 1 2 Cabinet Profile_1 0 = LC08EE_37_42inch_MG8
1 = LC08EE_32inch_MG8
2 = Reserved
Bit 0 (LSB) 1 Cabinet Profile_0
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9. Circuit Descriptions, Abbreviation List, and IC Data Sheets
Index of this chapter:
9.1 Introduction
9.2 LCD Power Supply
9.3 DC/DC converters
9.4 Front-End
9.5 Video/Audio Processing
9.6 HDMI
9.7 Abbreviation List
9.8 IC Data Sheets
Notes:
Only new circuits (circuits that are not published recently)
are described.
Figures can deviate slightly from the actual situation, due
to different set executions.
For a good understanding of the following circuit
descriptions, please use the Wiring, Block (chapter 6) and
Circuit Diagrams (chapter 7). Where necessary, you will
find a separate drawing for clarification.
9.1 Introduction
The LC8.1E LB chassis (development name LC08EE) is a
new chassis using an NXP LOC-TOP chipset. It covers
screen sizes of 32" and 42" with the MG8 styling.
Main key components are:
NXP TDA1547 LOC-TOP LCD TV controller
NXP TDA8890 LOC-TOP Versatile Video processor
Weltrend WT61P8S microprocessor
NXP TDA8932 Class-D Audio processor
UV1316E tuner.
Refer to figure LC08EE Architecture for details.
Figure 9-1 LC08EE Architecture
L R Y P
b
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VGA
HDMI 1
HDMI 2
SPDIF
L
/
R
Ext 1 - Scart 1
SMIC
TDA8890
LOC TOP
TDA15471/15421
Tuner
C
V
B
S
L R
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A
W
S
A
W
5
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HDMI
MUX
HP
DC-DC
1x NCP5422
4xLD1117
Standby uP
WT61P7/8
CEC
I2C
LVDS
DDR1
250MHz
16MB
3
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9.1.1 SSB Cell Layout
Figure 9-2 SSB top view
9.2 LCD Power Supply
The Power Supply Unit (PSU) in this chassis is a Bobitrans
Power Solutions buy-in unit and is a black-box for Service.
When defective, a new panel must be ordered and the
defective panel must be returned for repair, unless the main
fuse of the unit is broken. Always replace the fuse with one with
the correct specifications! This part is commonly available in
the regular market.
Different PSUs are used in this chassis:
32" sets use a Bobitrans PLCD170PS09 B unit.
42" sets use an Bobitrans LIPS250PS02 unit.
9.2.1 32" sets
Figure 9-3 32 PSU connectivity
Figure 9-4 32 PSU block diagram
STANDBY
uP
DDR
TDA8890
SMIC
TDA1547
CONTROLLER
TUNER
AUDIO CLASS - D
ANALOGUE I/O
ANALOGUE I/O
DC - DC CONVERSION
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BPS
PSU
LC 08EE SSB
Panel
12NC: 3122 427 24851
Panel
(Left)
Panel
(Right)
Vin_AC: 196V ~ 264V
CN01 CN04
X001
X413 X
418
X
416
X
419
1P
01
1P
02
Vo = 400V
AC lnput
+3V3_STANDBY
+12V_SSB
Audio Supply (+12V & -12V)
To lnverter (+24V)
Non-
lsolated/Hot
lsolated/Cold
PFC
Resonant
LLC
Flyback
STANDBY
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Figure 9-5 32 PSU interface diagram
9.2.2 42" sets
Figure 9-6 42 PSU connectivity
Figure 9-7 42 PSU block diagram
Figure 9-8 42 PSU interface diagram
9.3 DC/DC converters
On-board DC-DC converters convert the +12 V coming from
the PSU and deliver the following voltages:
+3.3 V(+3V3_STBY)
+1.8 V(+1V8_SW)
+5 V (+5V_SW)
+3.3 V (+3V3_SW)
+2.5 V (+2V5_SW)
+3.3 V (+3V3_SW_TDA)
+1.8 V (+1V8_SW_ADC)
+33 V (+VTUN_33V)
+8 V (+8V_SW)
The following diagram shows the power supply architecture of
the SSB:
Figure 9-9 Power Supply Architecture
9.4 Front-End
This chassis uses the UV1316E analogue tuner.
X416
X419
T
O
S
S
B
X418
X
4
1
3
TO INVERTER (Right)
Pin1
Pin14
AC INPUT
X001
L N
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1
P
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1
2
Pin1
Pin1
Pin11
Pin8
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G
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N
C
N
C
24Vinv
24Vinv
24Vinv
24Vinv
24Vinv
GND3
GND3
GND3
GND3
GND3
Vbri
On/Off
PWM
PDIM_Select
3V3 stdby
Standby
GND1
GND1
GND1
+12V
+12V
+12V
+12V (audio)
GND2 (audio)
-12V (audio)
+12V
+12V
GND1
GND1
BL_ON_OFF
DIM
Boost
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Panel
(Right)
AC lnlet
BPS
lPB
LC08EE SSB
lnverterless
Panel
(Left)
Panel
12NC: 3122 427 25041
Vin_AC: 196V ~ 264V
X403 X402
X416
X419
X001
1P02
1P01
Vo = 400V
+3V3_STANDBY
AC lnput
+12V_SSB
Audio Supply (+12V & -12V)
Non-
lsolated/Hot
lsolated/Cold
PFC
Quasi
Resonant
Flyback
STANDBY
(HlGH=OFF, LOW=ON) lnverter
HV ( to Panel)
HV ( to Panel)
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TO SSB
-12V (audio)
GND2 (audio)
+12V (audio)
+12V
+12V
GND1
GND1
GND1
Standby
3V3 stdby
GND1
X416
Analog/PWM dimming
+12V
Boost
+12V
BL_ON_OFF
DIM
GND1
X419
X403 X402
X001
L N
Pin1
Pin11
Pin1
Pin8
+12V
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Figure 9-10 Tuner IF diagram
While receiving analogue signals, the signal coming from the
tuner is fed to the IF demodulator (through the SAW filters) and
then passed to the NXP TDA8890H1 LOC-TOP Front-End
Signal Processor.
9.4.1 Video IF Amplifier
The IF-filter is integrated in a SAW (Surface Acoustic Wave)
filter. One for filtering IF-video (item 1102) and one for IF-audio
(item 1103). The video IF filter can be switched to another
standard, what makes it suitable for applications in multi-
standard platforms (implemented in non-EU applications).
If implemented, switching is done by the microcontroller via
SAW_SW. In table SAW filter switching is explained how to
address the different system standards.
Table 9-1 SAW filter switching
The pin assignment of all analogue tuners is equal and can be
found in table Pin assignment analogue tuners.
Table 9-2 Pin assignment analogue tuners
9.5 Video/Audio Processing
The video and audio processing is handled by the NXP LOC-
TOP TDA8890H1 front-end signal processor in cooperation
with the NXP LOC-TOP TDA15471HV video/audio
processor. For the applications, see figures Block diagram
video processing and Block diagram audio processing.
The TDA8890H1 features:
Multi-standard vision IF circuit with alignment-free PLL
demodulator
Internal (switchable) time-constant for the IF-AGC circuit
Switchable group delay correction and sound trap (with
switchable centre frequency) for the demodulated CVBS
signal
Separate SIF (Sound IF) input for single reference QSS
(Quasi Split Sound) demodulation
AM demodulator without extra reference circuit
SSIF output is available for interfacing with a stereo sound
decoder
Audio switch circuit with 7 base band stereo sound inputs
Audio switch circuit 3 stereo outputs
Video switch with 4 external CVBS inputs
Video switch with 3 CVBS outputs
YPRPB outputs (YOUTPIP/PBOUTPIP/PROUTPIP), for
back-end PIP processing
Linear RGB/YPBPR input with fast insertion
Video identification circuit
One reference (24.576 MHz) clock required
Indication of the Signal-to-Noise ratio of the incoming
CVBS signal
Horizontal synchronization with alignment-free horizontal
oscillator
Vertical count-down circuit to generate vertical timing
signals.
The TDA15471HV features:
Graphics and Video Input Ports
HDMI receiver
3D Video Decoder
Field-proven Multi-standard TV sound decoder
Audio processor
Analog sound interface
Digital audio input and output interface
High Quality Video Processing
Pip and PoP
High Quality Video Scaling Engine
Embedded OSD and VBI Controller
Embedded DDR/SDRAM controller
Programmable Digital Output for LCD
Powerful 32-bit RISC CPU.
9.5.1 Video/Audio Application
Block diagram video processing and Block diagram audio
processing shows the video/audio signal flow.
Figure 9-11 Block diagram video processing
Region SAW_SW System
AP 1 B/G, D/K, I
0 M/N
Pin number Description DC voltage (V)
1 RF AGC voltage 3.3 - 4.5 (weak or no signal)
< 3.3 (strong signal)
2 n.c.
3 I
2
C-bus address select 0
4 SCL 0 to 3.3
5 SDA 0 to 3.3
6 n.c.
7 supply voltage 5 0.25
8 n.c.
9 fixed tuning voltage 33
10 n.c.
11 TV IF output
Tuner IF Diagram
CVBS
2nd SIF
tuner
Video
SAW filter
Audio
SAW filter
IF demodulator
RFAGC
RF
AGC_analog
IIC
Supply
+5V/+33V
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S L R
S
A
W
HDMI
MUX
Ext 2 - Scart 2
VIFIN1,VIFIN2
72,71 1102
CVBS4/Y4,50
VIDOUTS2
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SC1_R, G, B_IN
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7503
SC1_FBL_IN
SC1_RF_OUT_CVBS
VIDOUTs1
53
SC2_CVBS_MON_OUT
7E01
SVHS_Y_CVBS_IN
SVHS_C_IN
CVBS5/Y5
44
C2/C4/C5
42
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C
2
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6
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A
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ID
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6
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A
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O
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C
V
B
S
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C
1
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4
Y1, PB1,PR1
9,10,11
SOY1,9
LVDS
RXC P,M 233,232 ;
RX , P,M 237,236,241,240,245,244
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Figure 9-12 Block diagram audio processing
9.5.2 Audio Amplifier
The audio amplifier is an integrated class-D amplifier
(TDA8932T, item 7A01). It combines a good performance with
a high efficiency, resulting in a big reduction in heat generation.
Principle
Figure 9-13 Principle Class-D Amplifier
The Class D amplifier works by varying the duty cycle of a
Pulse Width Modulated (PWM) signal.
By comparing the input voltage to a triangle wave, the amplifier
increases duty cycle to increase output voltage, and decreases
duty cycle to decrease output voltage.
The output transistors of a Class D amplifier switch from 'full off'
to 'full on' (saturated) and then back again, spending very little
time in the linear region in between. Therefore, very little power
is lost to heat. If the transistors have a low 'on' resistance
(RDS(ON)), little voltage is dropped across them, further
reducing losses.
A Low Pass Filter at the output passes only the average of the
output wave, which is an amplified version of the input signal.
In order to keep the distortion low, negative feedback is
applied.

The advantage of Class D is increased efficiency (= less heat
dissipation). Class D amplifiers can drive the same output
power as a Class AB amplifier using less supply current.
The disadvantage is the large output filter. The main reason
for this filter is that the switching waveform results in maximum
current flow. This causes more loss in the load, which causes
lower efficiency. An LC filter with a cut-off frequency less than
the Class D switching frequency, allows the switching current
to flow through the filter instead of the load, thus reducing the
overall loss and increasing the efficiency.
DC-protection
A DC-detection circuit is foreseen to protect the speakers. It is
built around three transistors (items 7A05 to 7A07) and
generates a protection signal (DC_PROT) to the
microprocessor in case of a DC failure in the Class D
amplifiers.
9.6 HDMI
9.6.1 Introduction
Note: Text below is an excerpt from the HDMI Specification
that is issued by the HDMI founders (see http://www.hdmi.org).

The High-Definition Multimedia Interface is developed for
transmitting digital signals from audiovisual sources to
television sets, projectors and other video displays.
HDMI can carry high quality multi-channel audio data and can
carry all standard and high-definition consumer electronics
video formats. Content protection technology is available.
HDMI can also carry control and status information in both
directions.
HDMI is backward compatible with DVI (1.0). Compared with
DVI, HDMI offers extra:
YUV 4:4:4 (3 8-bit) or 4:2:2 (up to 2 12-bit), where DVI
offers only RGB 4:4:4 (3 8 bit).
Digital audio in CD quality (16-bit, 32/44.1/48 kHz), higher
quality available (8 channels, 192 kHz).
Remote control via CEC bus (Consumer Electronics
Control): allows user to control all HDMI devices with the
TV's remote control and menus.
Smaller connector (SCART successor).
Less cables: e.g. from 10 audio/9 video cables to 3 HDMI
cables.
9.6.2 Implementation
The HDMI implementation is built around the IP4776CZ38
HDMI Interface for host-interface protection, which features:
Integrated high-level ESD protection, level shifting and
backdrive protection
All TMDS lines with integrated rail-to-rail clamping diodes
with downstream ESD protection of 8 kV according to IEC
61000-4-2, level 4 standard
Bidirectional level shifting N-channel FETs provided for
DDC clock and data channels
TMDS lines with 0.05 pF matching of capacitance
between the TMDS pairs
Ultra low line capacitance of 0.7 pF per channel
HDMI 1.3 compliant
Backdrive protection.
Refer to figure HDMI implementation for details.
L R Y P
b
P
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HDMI 1
HDMI 2
Ext 1 - Scart 1
SMIC
TDA8890
LOC TOP
TDA15471/15421
Tuner
=
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V
B
S L R
S
A
W
HDMI
MUX
HP
Standby uP
WT61P8S
CLASS D
TDA8932BT
Ext 2 - Scart 2
SIFIN1,SIFIN
267,68
1104 1103
IN4L,IN4R
52,51
OUTS1L, OUTS1R
62,61
IN2L, IN2R
48,45
OUTS2L ,OUTS2R
41,40
IN3L, IN3R
64,63
IN7L
IN7R
35,34
D
S
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IN
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, D
S
P
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4
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S
S
IF
O
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SIF1,2
SC1_AUDIO_IN
L,R
SC2_AUDIO_INL,R
SC1_AUDIO_OUT
L,R
SC2_AUDIO_OUT
L,R
SIDE_AUDIO_IN L,R
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IO
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37,38
S
IF
A
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AOUT1L
AOUT1R
61,62
AUDIO_LS_L,R
7A52
7A61,62
7A56,57
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7A60
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7A06
7A07
7A05
DC_PROT VD5
71
HP_DETECT
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8
S
W
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7
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Figure 9-14 HDMI implementation
The description of the lines is as follows:
TMDS (Time Minimized Differential Signal): the actual
HDMI signal
DDC (Digital Data Channel): the bus used by the source to
read EDID data in the EEPROM and HDCP
authentification
HPD_RST_A (Hotplug Detect Reset signal): used to pull-
down the HPD signal level at the connector when switching
in/out of HDMI mode; the duration of the pulse is around
500-550 ms
DDC_RST_A has the same behaviour as the HPD_RST_A
signal. It is used to pull-down the I
2
C clock line to prevent
some problems with certain video graphic cards
HDMI_CEC_A is the Consumer Electronic Control remote
control signal bus.
It should be noted that in this chassis the HDCP-key is
embedded in the main processor (no need for a separate
Service-SSB).
9.7 Abbreviation List
1080i 1080 visible lines, interlaced
1080p 1080 visible lines, progressive scan
2CS 2 Carrier Sound
2DNR Spatial (2D) Noise Reduction
3DNR Temporal (3D) Noise Reduction
480i 480 visible lines, interlaced
480p 480 visible lines, progressive scan
AARA Automatic Aspect Ratio Adaptation:
algorithm that adapts aspect ratio to
remove horizontal black bars; keeping
up the original aspect ratio
ACI Automatic Channel Installation:
algorithm that installs TV channels
directly from a cable network by
means of a predefined TXT page
ADC analogue to Digital Converter
AFC Automatic Frequency Control: control
signal used to tune to the correct
frequency
AGC Automatic Gain Control: algorithm that
controls the video input of the feature
box
AM Amplitude Modulation
AUO Acer Unipack Optronics
AP Asia Pacific
AR Aspect Ratio: 4 by 3 or 16 by 9
ASD Automatic Standard Detection
AV Audio Video
B/G Monochrome TV system. Sound
carrier distance is 5.5 MHz
BTSC Broadcast Television System
Committee
CAM Conditional Access Module
CBA Circuit Board Assembly (or PWB)
CEC Consumer Electronics Control bus;
remote control bus on HDMI
connections
CI Common Interface; E.g PCMCIA slot
for a CAM in a set top box
CL Constant Level: audio output to
connect with an external amplifier
CLUT Colour Look Up Table
ComPair Computer aided rePair
COFDM Coded Orthogonal Frequency Division
Multiplexing; A multiplexing technique
that distributes the data to be
transmitted over many carriers
CSM Customer Service Mode
CVBS Composite Video Blanking and
Synchronisation
CVBS-MON CVBS monitor signal
CVBS-TER-OUT CVBS terrestrial out
CVI Component Video Input
DAC Digital to analogue Converter
DBE Dynamic Bass Enhancement: extra
low frequency amplification
DDC Display Data Channel; is a part of the
"Plug and Play" feature
DFU Directions For Use: owner's manual
DNR Dynamic Noise Reduction
DRAM Dynamic RAM
DSP Digital Signal Processing
DST Dealer Service Tool: special
(European) remote control designed
for service technicians
DTS Digital Theatre Sound
DVB(T) Digital Video Broadcast; An MPEG2
based standard for transmitting digital
audio and video. T= Terrestrial
DVD Digital Versatile Disc
DVI Digital Visual Interface
DW Double Window
ED Enhanced Definition: 480p, 576p
EDID Extended Display Identification Data
(VESA standard)
EEPROM Electrically Erasable and
Programmable Read Only Memory
EMC Electro Magnetic Compatibility
EU EUrope
EXT EXTernal (source), entering the set by
SCART or by cinches (jacks)
FBL Fast Blanking: DC signal
accompanying RGB signals
FBL-TXT Fast Blanking Teletext
FET Field Effect Transistor
FLASH FLASH memory
FM Field Memory / Frequency Modulation
FMR FM Radio
FRC Frame Rate Converter
FTV Flat TeleVision
H H_sync to the module
HD High Definition: 720p, 1080i, 1080p
HDCP High-bandwidth Digital Content
Protection; A "key" encoded into the
HDMI/DVI signal that prevents video
data piracy. If a source is HDCP coded
and connected via HDMI/DVI without
the proper HDCP decoding, the
picture is put into a "snow vision"
mode or changed to a low resolution.
For normal content distribution, the
source and the display device must be
enabled for HDCP "software key"
decoding
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HDMI High Definition Multimedia Interface,
digital audio and video interface
HP Head Phone
I Monochrome TV system. Sound
carrier distance is 6.0 MHz
I2C Integrated IC bus
I2S Integrated IC Sound bus
IBO(Z) Intelligent Bolt On module. Z= Zapper;
module for DVB reception.
IC Integrated Circuit
IF Intermediate Frequency
IR Infra Red
IRQ Interrupt ReQuest
Last Status The settings last chosen by the
customer and read and stored in RAM
or in the NVM. They are called at start-
up of the set to configure it according
the customers wishes
LATAM LATin AMerica
LC08 Philips chassis name for LCD TV 2008
project
LCD Liquid Crystal Display
LED Light Emitting Diode
L/L' Monochrome TV system. Sound
carrier distance is 6.5 MHz. L' is Band
I, L is all bands except for Band I
LPL LG Philips LCD
LS Loud Speaker
LVDS Low Voltage Differential Signalling,
data transmission system for high
speed and low EMI communication.
M/N Monochrome TV system. Sound
carrier distance is 4.5 MHz
MOSFET Metal Oxide Semiconductor Field
Effect Transistor
MPEG Motion Pictures Experts Group
MSP Multi-standard Sound Processor: ITT
sound decoder
MUTE MUTE Line
NAFTA North American Free Trade
Association: Trade agreement
between Canada, USA and Mexico
NC Not Connected
NICAM Near Instantaneous Compounded
Audio Multiplexing. This is a digital
sound system, used mainly in Europe.
NTSC National Television Standard
Committee. Colour system used
mainly in North America and Japan.
Colour carrier NTSC M/N = 3.579545
MHz, NTSC 4.43 = 4.433619 MHz
(this is a VCR norm, it is not
transmitted off-air)
NVM Non Volatile Memory: IC containing
TV related data (for example, options)
O/C Open Circuit
ON/OFF LED On/Off control signal for the LED
OAD Over the Air Download
OSD On Screen Display
PAL Phase Alternating Line. Colour system
used mainly in Western Europe
(colour carrier = 4.433619 MHz) and
South America (colour carrier PAL M =
3.575612 MHz and PAL N = 3.582056
MHz)
PC Personal Computer
PCB Printed Circuit Board (or PWB)
PDP Plasma Display Panel
PIG Picture In Graphic
PIP Picture In Picture
PLL Phase Locked Loop. Used, for
example, in FST tuning systems. The
customer can directly provide the
desired frequency
PSU Power Supply Unit
PWB Printed Wiring Board (or PCB)
PWM Pulse Width Modulation
RAM Random Access Memory
RC Remote Control transmitter
RC5 (6) Remote Control system 5 (6), the
signal from the remote control receiver
RF Radio Frequency
RGB Red, Green, and Blue. The primary
colour signals for TV. By mixing levels
of R, G, and B, all colours (Y/C) are
reproduced.
RGBHV Red, Green, Blue, Horizontal sync,
and Vertical sync
ROM Read Only Memory
SAM Service Alignment Mode
SC SandCastle: two-level pulse derived
from sync signals
SC1-OUT SCART output of the MSP audio IC
SC2-OUT SCART output of the MSP audio IC
S/C Short Circuit
SCL Clock signal on I2C bus
SD Standard Definition: 480i, 576i
SDA Data signal on I2C bus
SDI Samsung Display Industry
SDM Service Default Mode
SDRAM Synchronous DRAM
SECAM SEequence Couleur Avec Memoire.
Colour system used mainly in France
and Eastern Europe. Colour carriers =
4.406250 MHz and 4.250000 MHz
SIF Sound Intermediate Frequency
SMPS Switch Mode Power Supply
SND SouND
SOPS Self Oscillating Power Supply
S/PDIF Sony Philips Digital InterFace
SRAM Static RAM
SSB Small Signal Board
STBY Stand-by
SVHS Super Video Home System
SW Sub Woofer / SoftWare / Switch
THD Total Harmonic Distortion
TXT TeleteXT
UART Universal Asynchronous Receiver/
Transmitter
uP Microprocessor
VL Variable Level out: processed audio
output toward external amplifier
TXT TeleteXT
VBI Vertical Blanking Interval
VESA Video Electronics Standards
Association
VGA Video Graphics Array
WD Watch Dog
WYSIWYR What You See Is What You Record:
record selection that follows main
picture and sound
XTAL Quartz crystal
YPbPr Component video (Y= Luminance, Pb/
Pr= Colour difference signals B-Y and
R-Y, other amplitudes w.r.t. to YUV)
Y/C Video related signals: Y consists of
luminance signal, blanking level and
sync; C consists of colour signal.
Y-OUT Luminance-signal
YUV Baseband component video (Y=
Luminance, U/V= Colour difference
signals)
Circuit Descriptions, Abbreviation List, and IC Data Sheets EN 65 LC8.1E LB 9.
9.8 IC Data Sheets
This section shows the internal block diagrams and pin layouts
of ICs that are drawn as "black boxes" in the electrical diagrams
(with the exception of "memory" and "logic" ICs).
9.8.1 Diagram B02, Type UV1316E (IC1104), Tuner
Figure 9-15 Internal block diagram and pin configuration
Block Diagram
Pin Configuration
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SYMBOL PIN DESCRIPTION
AGC 1 Automatic Gain Control Voltage
TU 2 Tuning voltage monitor (output)
AS 3 I
2
C-Bus Address Select
SCL 4 I
2
C-Bus Serial Clock
SDA 5 I
2
C-Bus Serial Data
n.c. 6 Not Connected
V
s
7 Supply Voltage +5V
ADC 8 ADC Input
(5)
V
ST
9 Fixed tuning Supply Voltage +33V
I.F out 2 / d.n.c 10 Symmetrical I.F output 2 / Do not connect for asymmetrical
I.F out 1 11 Asymmetrical I.F Output / Symmetrical I.F output 1
GND M1,M2,M3,M4 Mounting Tags (Ground)
AGC TU AS SCL SDA n.c 5V ADC 33V IF2/nc IF1
HIGH
5V
MID
5V
LOW
5V
PLL
1
IF2
nc
IF1
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9.8.2 Diagram B03, Type WT61P8S (IC7303), Weltrend Microprocessor
Figure 9-16 Internal block diagram and pin configuration
61P8S_RG480WT
(LQFP)
3
8
36
35
34
33
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
VDD33V
GND
OSCO
OSCI
1
3
1
4
1
5
1
6
1
7
1
8
1
9
2
0
2
1
2
2
2
3
3
9
4
0
4
1
4
2
4
3
4
4
4
5
4
6
4
7
4
8
12 25
2
4
3
7
NC1
N
C
5
N
C
2
N
C
3
61P8S_RG440WT
(LQFP)
3
4
33
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
GPIOD2/P10/AD4
GPIOD3/P11/AD5
GPIOD4/P12/AD6
GPIOD5/P13/AD7
GPIOD6/TXD1
GPIOD7/RXD1
GPIOA0/PWM4/P00
GPIOA1/PWM5/P01
GPIOA2/PWM6/P02
GPIOA3/PWM7/P03
GPIOA4/DSCL2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
VDD33V
GND
OSCO
OSCI
GPIOB6/SSDA
GPIOB5/SSCL
GPIOB4/P05
GPIOB3/P04
GPIOB2/IR
GPIOB1/IRQ3/CEC
GPIOB0/IRQ2
G
P
IO
C
7
/
P
1
7
/
IR
Q
1
G
P
IO
C
6
/
P
1
6
/
IR
Q
0
G
P
IO
C
5
/
P
1
5
/
T
X
D
0
G
P
IO
C
4
/
P
1
4
/
R
X
D
0
G
P
IO
C
3
/
A
D
3
1
2
1
3
1
4
1
5
1
6
1
7
1
8
1
9
2
0
2
1
2
2
G
P
IO
A
5
/
D
S
D
A
2
D
S
C
L
1
D
S
D
A
1
G
P
IO
C
0
/
A
D
0
G
P
IO
C
1
/
A
D
1
G
P
IO
C
2
/
A
D
2
3
5
3
6
3
7
3
8
3
9
4
0
4
1
4
2
4
3
4
4
G
P
IO
D
0
/
H
IN
1
G
P
IO
E
7
/
V
IN
1
G
P
IO
D
1
/
H
IN
2
G
P
IO
E
6
/
V
IN
2
G
P
IO
E
1
/
P
W
M
1
N
R
S
T
G
P
IO
E
0
/
P
W
M
0
G
P
IO
E
2
/
P
W
M
2
G
P
IO
E
3
/
P
W
M
3
G
P
IO
E
4
/
L
P
W
M
/
P
0
6
G
P
IO
E
5
/
P
0
7
GPIOB6/SSDA
GPIOB5/SSCL
GPIOB4/P05
GPIOB3/P04
GPIOB2/IR
GPIOB1/IRQ3/CEC
GPIOB0/IRQ2
G
P
IO
C
7
/
P
1
7
/
IR
Q
1
G
P
IO
C
6
/
P
1
6
/
IR
Q
0
G
P
IO
C
5
/
P
1
5
/
T
X
D
0
G
P
IO
C
4
/
P
1
4
/
R
X
D
0
G
P
IO
C
3
/
A
D
3
GPIOA5/DSDA2
D
S
C
L
1
D
S
D
A
1
G
P
IO
C
0
/
A
D
0
G
P
IO
C
1
/
A
D
1
G
P
IO
C
2
/
A
D
2
GPIOD2/P10/AD4
GPIOD3/P11/AD5
GPIOD4/P12/AD6
GPIOD5/P13/AD7
GPIOD6/TXD1
GPIOD7/RXD1
GPIOA0/PWM4/P00
GPIOA1/PWM5/P01
GPIOA2/PWM6/P02
GPIOA3/PWM7/P03
GPIOA4/DSCL2
G
P
IO
D
0
/
H
IN
1
G
P
IO
E
7
/
V
IN
1
G
P
IO
D
1
/
H
IN
2
G
P
IO
E
6
/
V
IN
2
G
P
IO
E
1
/
P
W
M
1
N
R
S
T
G
P
IO
E
0
/
P
W
M
0
G
P
IO
E
3
/
P
W
M
3
G
P
IO
E
4
/
L
P
W
M
/
P
0
6
G
P
IO
E
5
/
P
0
7
G
P
IO
E
2
/
P
W
M
2
Turbo 8052 MCU
Key Pad ADC
RTC
Timer0,
Timer1,
Timer2,
Timer3,
UART0,
UART1
VGA DDC
Slave IIC
PWM/LPWM
Interrupt
Processor
4 IRQ
Processor
1 HV Sync
counter
Watchdog
timer
Reset
Processor
Clock
Processor
Clock off &
Wake Up
GPIO
Processor
IR Detector
32K bytes
code flash
Internal 256
bytes SRAM
i
n
t
e
r
n
a
l

b
u
s
DVI DDC
2 HV Sync
counter
CEC
External 512K
bytes SRAM
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Circuit Descriptions, Abbreviation List, and IC Data Sheets EN 67 LC8.1E LB 9.
9.8.3 Diagram B04A, Type TDA15471HV (IC7C01), LOC-TOP Video/Audio Processor
Figure 9-17 Internal block diagram and pin configuration
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Circuit Descriptions, Abbreviation List, and IC Data Sheets EN 68 LC8.1E LB 9.
9.8.4 Diagram B05A, Type TDA8890H1 (IC7401), Versatile Front-End Signal Processor
Figure 9-18 Internal block diagram and pin configuration
VISION IF/AGC/AFC
PLL DEMOD.
VIDEO AMP.
SOUND TRAP
GROUP DELAY
VIDEO SWITCH
VIDEO IDENT.
VIDEO FILTERS
H/V SYNC SEP.
H-OSC. + PLL
H/V
AGCOUT
VIFIN
CVBS5/Y5
C2/C4/C5/
CVBS4/Y4
VIDOUTS2
RGB/YPRPB
YPRPB OUTPUT
H/V
CVBS2/Y2
YSYNC
VIDOUTS1
R3/
G3/
B3/
INSW3 YOUTPIP
PBOUTPIP PROUTPIP
CLK GENERATION
I
2
C-BUS
//
V/HSYNCPIP
CLKIN/P
SDA/SCL
SLPNOT
MAINCOUT
MAINVIDOUT
RESET
AM
AUDIO SELECT
SCART/CINCH
IN/OUT
PR3/
Y3
PB3
SWITCH
C3
CVBS3
AGC2SIF
SIFIN
QSS SOUND IF
AGC
QSS MIXER
AM DEMODULATOR
SWITCH
5/8V
TIMING
SYSTEM
SSIFOUT
MAINOUTL/R
DSPINL/R
YOUT
HSYNCPIP
D
E
C
D
IG
N
E
G
S
W
O
D
E
C
D
IG
V
P
1
P
H
1
L
F
G
N
D
1
I.C
.
D
E
C
B
G
V
IF
IN
1
V
IF
IN
2
te
s
t
G
N
D
IF
S
IF
IN
1
S
IF
IN
2
A
G
C
O
U
T
te
s
t
8
0
7
9
7
8
7
7
7
6
7
5
7
4
7
3
7
2
7
1
7
0
6
9
6
8
6
7
6
6
6
5
65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80
CLKIN 1 64 IN3L
CLKIP 2 63 IN3R
SLPNOT 3 62 OUTS1L
DSPINL 4 61 OUTS1R
DSPINR 5 60 SIFAGC
- 6 59 GND2
SSIFOUT 7 58 PLLIF
- 8 57 VCC5/8V
MAINOUTL 9 56 -
MAINOUTR 10 55 AGC2SIF
HSYNCPIP 11 54 VP2
V/HSYNCPIP 12 53 VIDOUTS1
SCL 13 52 IN4L
SDA 14 51 IN4R
test 15 50 CVBS4/Y4
MAINVIDOUT 16 49 -
MAINCOUT 17 48 IN2L
IN5R 18 47 -
IN5L 19 46 CVBS2/Y2
IN6R 20 45 IN2R
IN6L 21 44 CVBS5/Y5
VDDA1(3.3V) 22 43 -
PBOUTPIP 23 42 C2/C4/C5
YOUTPIP 24 41 OUTS2L
5 3 6 3 7 3 8 3 9 3 0 4 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25
2
5
2
6
2
7
2
8
2
9
3
0
3
1
3
2
3
3
3
4
3
5
3
6
3
7
3
8
3
9
4
0
P
R
O
U
T
P
IP
V
P
4
G
N
D
4
B
3
/P
B
3
G
3
/Y
3
/C
V
B
S
3
R
3
/P
R
3
/C
3
IN
S
S
W
3
Y
O
U
T
Y
S
Y
N
C
IN
7
R
IN
7
L
V
P
3
G
N
D
3
te
s
t
V
ID
O
U
T
S
2
O
U
T
S
2
R
TDA8890
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9.8.5 Diagram B05B, Type TDA8932BT (IC7A01), Audio Amplifier
Figure 9-19 Internal block diagram and pin configuration
Block Diagram
Pin Configuration
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8 1 3 0 1
28
29
27
3
12
TDA8932
OSCILLATOR
26
BOOT1
VDDP1
OUT1
VSSP1
PWM
MODULATOR
DRIVER
HIGH
DRIVER
LOW
CTRL
MANAGER
CTRL
PWM
MODULATOR
PROTECTIONS:
OVP, OCP, OTP,
UVP, TF, WP
STABILIZER 11 V
STABILIZER 11 V
REGULATOR 5 V
MODE
VDDA
15
14
IN1P
V O I C S O F E R C S O DDA
VSSD
IN1N
INREF
IN2P
IN2N
6
POWERUP
4
DIAG
7
CGND
21
20
22
23
BOOT2
VDDP2
OUT2
25
STAB1
24
STAB2
18
11
DREF
HVPREF
30
HVP1
19
HVP2
VSSP2
DRIVER
HIGH
DRIVER
LOW
VDDA
VSSP1
VSSP2
VSSD
VDDA
VSSA
HALF SUPPLY VOLTAGE
5
ENGAGE
13
9
TEST
VSSA
1, 16, 17, 32
VSSD(HW)
TDA8932T
VSSD(HW) VSSD(HW)
O I C S O P 1 N I
1 P V H N 1 N I
V G A I D DDP1
1 T O O B E G A G N E
1 T U O P U R E W O P
V D N G C SSP1
VDDA STAB1
VSSA STAB2
OSCREF VSSP2
2 T U O F E R P V H
2 T O O B F E R N I
V T S E T DDP2
2 P V H N 2 N I
F E R D P 2 N I
VSSD(HW) VSSD(HW)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
18
17
20
19
22
21
24
23
26
25
32
31
30
29
28
27
Circuit Descriptions, Abbreviation List, and IC Data Sheets EN 70 LC8.1E LB 9.
9.8.6 Diagram B06D, Type IP4776 (IC7N07), HDMI Interface
Figure 9-20 Internal block diagram and pin configuration
TMDS_BIAS
DDC_CLK_OUT
VCC(3V3)
DDC_CLK_IN
TMDS_BIAS
CEC_OUT
VCC(3V3)
CEC_IN
TMDS_BIAS
HOT_PLUG_DET_OUT
VCC(3V3)
HOT_PLUG_DET_IN
TMDS_BIAS
DDC_DAT_OUT
VCC(3V3)
DDC_DAT_IN
+ 0 D _ S D M T + 1 D _ S D M T + 2 D _ S D M T TMDS_BIAS
TMDS_GND
TMDS_CLK+
TMDS_CLK TMDS_D0 TMDS_D1 TMDS_D2
VCC(5V0)
IP4776CZ38
VCC(5V0) n.c.
VCC(3V3) TMDS_BIAS
D N G D N G
. c . n + 2 D _ S D M T
D N G _ S D M T D N G _ S D M T
2 D _ S D M T . c . n
. c . n + 1 D _ S D M T
D N G _ S D M T D N G _ S D M T
1 D _ S D M T . c . n
. c . n + 0 D _ S D M T
D N G _ S D M T D N G _ S D M T
0 D _ S D M T . c . n
. c . n + K L C _ S D M T
D N G _ S D M T D N G _ S D M T
K L C _ S D M T . c . n
T U O _ C E C N I _ C E C
T U O _ K L C _ C D D N I _ K L C _ C D D
T U O _ T A D _ C D D N I _ T A D _ C D D
T U O _ T E D _ G U L P _ T O H N I _ T E D _ G U L P _ T O H
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
38
37
36
35
34
33
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
20
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Spare Parts List & CTN Overview EN 71 LC8.1E LB 10.
10. Spare Parts List & CTN Overview
For the latest spare part overview, please consult the Philips
Service website.
Table 10-1 Sets described in this manual:
11. Revision List
Manual xxxx xxx xxxx.0
First release.
Manual xxxx xxx xxxx.1
All chapters: Added 4 sets (See table chapter 10).
Chapter 5: "LLLLL" removed from SAM explanations.
CTN Styling Published in:
32PFL3403/12 MG8 3122 785 18170
32PFL3403/60 MG8 3122 785 18171
32PFL3403S/60 MG8 3122 785 18171
42PFL3403/12 MG8 3122 785 18170
42PFL3403/60 MG8 3122 785 18171
42PFL3403S/60 MG8 3122 785 18171