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Micro System MC-20

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
chapter chapter
Handling chip components and safety ............................. 1 - 1 POWER BOARD
Technical Specification & Service Tools.......................... 2 - 1 circuit diagram ....................................................... 9 - 1
Service Measurement .................................................. 2 - 2 layout diagram ....................................................... 9 - 1
Connections & Controls ................................................ 3 - 1
Instructions for use ................................................. 3 - 2 to 3 - 6 LED BOARD
Disassembly Diagram ................................................... 4 - 1 circuit diagram ...................................................... 10 - 1
CD Service Test Program ........................................ 4 - 2 to 4 - 3 layout diagram...................................................... 10 - 1

Block Diagram ............................................................. 5 - 1 RECORDER BOARD


Wiring Diagram ........................................................... 5 - 2 circuit diagram ................................................. 11 - 1, 11 - 3
layout diagram...................................................... 11 - 4
FRONT BOARD ajustment table ..................................................... 11 - 2
circuit diagram ....................................................... 6 - 1
layout diagram ....................................................... 6 - 2 CD MODULE
layout diagram ...................................................... 12 - 1
COMBI BOARD circuit diagram...................................................... 12 - 2
circuit diagram .................................................. 7 - 1 to 7 - 3
layout diagram ....................................................... 7 - 4 EXPLODED VIEWS DIAGRAM
cabinet ................................................................. 13 - 1
TUNER BOARD tape deck ...................................................... 13 - 2 to 13 - 3
circuit diagram ................................................... 8 - 1, 8 - 4
layout diagram .................................................. 8 - 2 to 8 - 3 Mechanical partslist ............................................... 13 - 2 to 13 - 3
Electrical partslist ............................................... 14 - 1 to 14 - 8

Safety regulations require that the set be restored to its original


condition and that parts which are identical with those specified
be used. CLASS 1
C
Copyright 1995 Philips Consumer Electroncis B.V. Eindhoven,The Netherlands LASER PRODUCT
All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval
system or transmitted, in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying,
or otherwise without the prior permission of Philips.

Published by SS 0034 Service Audio Printed in The Netherlands Copyright reserved Subject to modification GB 3140 785 22420

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HANDLING CHIP COMPONENTS

© WARNING ESD ñ WAARSCHUWING


All ICs and many other semiconductors are susceptible to Alle IC´s en vele andere halfgeleiders zijn gevoelig voor
electrostatic discharges (ESD). Careless handling during electrostatische ontladingen (ESD).
repair can reduce life drastically. Onzorgvuldig behandelen tijdens reparatie kan de levensduur
When repairing, make sure that you are connected with the drastisch doen vermindern. Zorg ervoor dat u tijdens reparatie
same potential as the mass of the set via a wristband with via een polsband met weerstand verbonden bent met hetzelfde
resistance. Keep components and tools at this potential. potentiaal als de massa van het apparaat.
Houd componenten en hulpmiddelen ook op ditzelfde potentiaal.

f ATTENTION i AVVERTIMENTO
Tous les IC et beaucoup d´autres semi-conducteurs sont d WARNUNG Tutti IC e parecchi semi-conduttori sono sensibili alle scariche
sensibles aux décharges statiques (ESD). Leur longévite Alle ICs und viele andere Halbleiter sind empfindlich statiche (ESD).
pourrait être considérablement écourtée par le fait qu´aucune gegenüber elektrostatischen Entladungen (ESD). La loro longevità potrebbe essere fortemente ridatta in caso di
précaution nést prise à leur manipulation. Unsorgfältige Behandlung im Reparaturfall kann die non osservazione della più grande cauzione alla loro
Lors de réparations, s´assurer de bien être relié au même Lebensdauer drastisch reduzieren. manipolazione. Durante le riparationi occorre quindi essere
potentiel que la masse de l´appareil et enfileer le bracelet Sorgen Sie dafür, daß Sie im Reparaturfall über ein Puls- collegato allo stesso potenziale che quello della massa
serti d´une résistance de sécurité. armband mit Widerstand mit dem Massepotential des delápparecchio tramite un braccialetto a resistenza.
Veiller à ce que les composants ainsi que les outils que l´on Gerätes verbunden sind. Assicurarsi che i componenti e anche gli utensili con quali si
utilise soient également à ce potentiel. Halten Sie Bauteile und Hilfsmittel ebenfalls auf diesem lavora siano anche a questo potenziale.
Potential.

© SAFETY ñ
Safety regulations require that the set be restored to its Veiligheidsbepalingen vereisen, dat het apparaat in zijn
original condition and that parts which are identical with oorspronkeliijke toestand wordt teruggebracht en dat
those specified be used. onderdelen, identiek aan de gespecificeerde, worden toegepast.
Safety components are marked by the symbol De Veiligheidsonderdelen zijn aangeduid met het symbool

f i
Les normes de sécurité exigent que l`appareil soit remis Le norme di sicurezza estigono che l´apparecchio venga
à l`état d`origine et que soient utilisées les pièces de rimesso nelle condizioni originali e che siano utilizzati i
rechange identiques à celles spécifiées. d pezzi di ricambiago identici a quelli specificati.
Les composants de sécurité sont marqués Bei jeder Reparatur sind die geltenden Sicherheitsvor- Componenty di sicurezza sono marcati con
schriften zu beachten. Der Originalzustand des Gerätes
darf nicht verändert werden. Für Reparaturen sind Original-
ersatzteile zu verwenden.
Sicherheitsbauteile sind durch das Symbol markiert.

CLASS 1 ©
© DANGER: Invisible laser radiation when open. After servicing and before returning the set to customer
AVOID DIRECT EXPOSURE TO BEAM.
LASER PRODUCT perform a leakage current measurement test from all
exposed metal parts to earth ground, to assure no
s Varning ! shock hazard exists.
Osynlig laserstrålning när apparaten är öppnad och The leakage current must not exceed 0.5mA.
spärren är urkopplad. Betrakta ej strålen.

∂ Advarsel ! ß Varoitus ! f
Usynlig laserstråling ved åbning når sikkerhedsafbrydere Avatussa laitteessa ja suojalukituksen ohitettaessa olet alttiina "Pour votre sécurite, ces documents doivent être utilisés par
er ude af funktion. Undgå udsaettelse for stråling. näkymättömälle laserisäteilylle. Älä katso säteeseen ! des spécialistes agréés, seuls habilités à réparer votre
appareil en panne".

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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

GENERAL TUNER - AM SECTION

Mains voltage -/21/21M : 120 / 230 V Tuning range MW : 531 - 1602 kHz
-/22/25/30/33 : 230 V Tuning range LW : 153 - 279 kHz
Mains frequency -/22/25/30/33 : 50 Hz IF frequency : 450 kHz ± 1 kHz
-/21/21M : 50 / 60 Hz Sensitivity MW : £ 3.5 mV/m at 26dB S/N
Battery remote : 3 V (R6 x 2) LW : £ 4.2 mV/m
Power consumption normal : 60 W Selectivity MW : < 22 dB
Standby : 3W LW : < 35 dB
Dimension (W x H x D) : 223 x 140 x 247 mm IF rejection MW : < 64 dB
Weight : 5.6 Kg Spurious rejection ratio MW : < 58 dB
LW : < 51 dB
Image rejection ratio MW : < 40 dB
AMPLIFIER LW : < 47 dB

Output power mains : 2 x 8 W


Speaker impedance : 2 x 8 ohm AUDIO CASSETTE RECORDER
Frequency response : 100 Hz - 10 kHz (±4dB)
Frequency response : 80 - 12500 Hz
Wow & flutter : 0.4 % (DIN)
TUNER - FM SECTION Tape speed : 4.76 cm/s ± 2 %
Channel difference 1kHz : 0 dB
Tuning range : 87.5 - 108 MHz S/N ratio (unw.) Ferro : 47 dB
IF frequency : 10.7 MHz ± 0.02 MHz Chrome : 50 dB
Sensitivity : 16 dBf at 26dB S/N S/N ratio (wght.) Ferro : 52 dB
Selectivity 300kHz : 55 dB Chrome : 56 dB
IF suppression : 85 dB
Image suppression : 40 dB COMPACT DISC
Channel separation 1kHz : 28 dB
Frequency response : 20Hz – 20kHz within 1.5dB
S/N ratio (unw.) : > 85 dB
S/N ratio (A-wght.) : > 90 dB
THD+N 1 kHz : > 72 dB
Channel crosstalk : > 50 dB
Channel unbalance : < ±1 dB

SERVICE TOOLS
TORX T10 screwdriver with shaftlength 150mm.........................................4822 395 50423
TORX screwdriver set SBC 163...............................................................4822 295 50145

Audio signal disc SBC 429........ ..............................................................4822 397 30184


Playability test disc SBC 444...................................................................4822 397 30245
Test disc 5 (disc without errors ) +
Test disc 5A (disc with dropout errors, black spots and fingerprints)
SBC 426/426A.....................................................................4822 397 30096
Burn in test disc (65 min. 1kHz signal at -30 dB level without “pause”).....4822 397 30155

Universal test cassette Fe SBC 420 ........................................................4822 397 30071

AVAILABLE ESD PROTECTION EQUIPMENT


anti-static table mat large 1200x650x1.25mm 4822 466 10953
small 600x650x1.25mm 4822 466 10958
anti-static wristband 4822 395 10223
connection box (3 press stud connections, 1MΩ ) 4822 320 11307
extendible cable (2m, 2MΩ , to connect wristband to connection box) 4822 320 11305
connecting cable (3m, 2MΩ , to connect table mat to connection box) 4822 320 11306
earth cable (1MΩ , to connect any product to mat or to connection box) 4822 320 11308
KIT ESD3 (combining all 6 prior products - small table mat) 4822 310 10671
wristband tester 4822 344 13999

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SERVICE MEASUREMENT

Tuner FW Bandpass
DUT 250Hz-15kHz LF Voltmeter
e.g. 7122 707 48001 e.g. PM2534
RF Generator
e.g. PM5326
Ri=50‰

S/N and distortion meter


e.g. Sound Technology ST1700B

Use a bandpass filter to eliminate hum (50Hz, 100Hz) and disturbance from the pilottone (19kHz, 38kHz).

Tuner AM (MW,LW)

Bandpass
250Hz-15kHz LF Voltmeter
DUT e.g. 7122 707 48001 e.g. PM2534

RF Generator
e.g. PM5326
S/N and distortion meter
e.g. Sound Technology ST1700B
Ri=50‰

Frame aerial
e.g. 7122 707 89001

To avoid atmospheric interference all AM-measurements have to be carried out in a Faraday«s cage.
Use a bandpass filter (or at least a high pass filter with 250kHz) to eliminate hum (50Hz, 100Hz).

CD RECORDER
Use Audio Signal Disc SBC429 4822 397 30184 Use Universal Test Cassette Fe SBC420 4822 397 30071
(replaces test disc 3)

DUT DUT
L LF Generator L
e.g. PM5110

R R
Ri=50‰

S/N and distortion meter S/N and distortion meter


e.g. Sound Technology ST1700B e.g. Sound Technology ST1700B

LEVEL METER LEVEL METER


e.g. Sennheiser UPM550 e.g. Sennheiser UPM550
with FF-filter with FF-filter

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Controls
% Controls on the system and @ REPEAT/ REV MODE/ BAND
for CD ................. repeats a track/CD programme/
remote control
entire CD.
1 STANDBY ON y for Tape ............... selects tape reverse modes. 2 1
– switches the system to standby/on. for Tuner ............. selects waveband.
CD TAPE TUNER
– on the remote control only - switches the system # Mode Selection
to standby. STOP 9 ............ stops CD playback or erase a
2
TIMER AUX SLEEP

2 SELECT SOURCE CD programme. 5 *


DBB DSC INC. SURR
– selects the respective sound source for CD/ ................................. stops tape playback/recording.
TUNER/ TAPE /AUX.
0 &
PLAY•PAUSE ÉÅ MUTE SIDE NEWS/TA

– switches on the system. (É ) .................... starts CD/Tape playback. ^ Å


VOLUME #
3 Display .................................. (on the remote control only)
– shows the status of the system. switches Tape direction during
6 É 6
OPEN • CLOSE 4 PROGRAM playback. # í ë
$ for CD ................. programmes tracks and reviews (SIDE/Å ) ....... interrupts CD playback. #
Ç
the programme. .................................. (on the remote control only) # à á
for Tuner ............. programmes tuner stations switches Tape direction. 8
@ SHUFFLE
manually or automatically. PRESET 43
CONNECTIONS AND CONTROLS

REPEAT PROGRAM
4
5 TIMER ON•OFF ( ¡, ™ ) .............. selects a preset radio station.
– activates/deactivates or sets (on the system only) PREV ¡1 / NEXT 2™
the timer function. ( ¡, ™ ) ................ skips to the beginning of a
3 6 VOLUME ( -/+ ) current track/previous/
CD PROGRAM
– adjusts the volume level. subsequent track.
TIMER
1 STANDBY PROGRAM
PROGRAM 4
ON – on the system only - adjusts the hour and minutes ( à, á ) .......... fast searches back and forward
TIMER
for the clock/timer functions. within a track/CD.
SELECT ON • OFF
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2 SOURCE 5 7 CLOCK/ RDS ................................. fast rewind/wind tape or during


for Clock ............ sets the clock function. playback, review and cue
DBB DSC INCREDIBLE SURR.

6 for Tuner ............. displays RDS information. passages.


0 for Tape ............... shows tape counter in recording TUNING à á
INTERACTIVE SOUND

VOLUME
mode. ( à, á ) .......... tunes to radio stations.
iR SENSOR STOP PRESET PLAY•PAUSE RDS RECORD ........ starts recording.
8 SHUFFLE/ SIDE A/B
! CLOCK 7 for CD ................. plays CD tracks in random order. $ OPEN•CLOSE
REPEAT TUNING
TUNING RECORD
RECORD TUNING
TUNING SHUFFLE for Tape ............... switches tape direction. – opens/closes the CD door.
REV MODE SIDE A/B % n
@ BAND 8 9 OPEN
PREV NEXT
– opens tape compartment. – connect headphones.
^ MUTE Notes for remote control:
# 0 INTERACTIVE SOUND controls:
– interrupts and resumes sound reproduction. – First select the source you wish to
OPEN 9 DBB .................... (Dynamic Bass Boost) enhances
& NEWS/TA control by pressing one of the source select
the bass.
– activates RDS news and Traffic Announcement keys on the remote control (e.g. CD ,
DSC ..................... (Digital Sound Control) selects
(not for all versions). TUNER, etc.).
sound characteristics: OPTIMAL/
* SLEEP – Then select the desired function (É, í,
ROCK/JAZZ/POP.
– activates/deactivates or selects the sleeper time. ë, etc.).
AUTO R E V E R S E INCREDIBLE SURROUND
................................. creates a super-enhanced stereo
effect.
! iR SENSOR
– infrared sensor for remote control.

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Troubleshooting Basic Functions
WARNING Adjusting volume and sound

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Do not open the system as there is a risk of electric shock! Under no circumstances
CD
TIMER PROGRAM
1 Turn the VOLUME control anti-clockwise to
should you try to repair the system yourself, as this will invalidate the warranty STANDBY PROGRAM
ON
decrease or clockwise to increase volume on the
TIMER
SELECT ON•OFF system (or press VOLUME -/+ on the
¶ If a fault occurs, first check the points listed below before taking the system for repair.
SOURCE
¶ If you are unable to remedy a problem by following these hints, consult your dealer or service centre. remote control).
DBB DSC INCREDIBLE SURR.
‹ Display shows the volume level VOL and a
Symptom Remedy INTERACTIVE SOUND
number from 0-32.
VOLUME
CD PLAYER OPERATION iR SENSOR STOP PRESET PLAY•PAUSE RDS 2 Press the Interactive sound control, DSC on the
CLOCK

“NO DISC” is displayed. ¶ Check if the disc is inserted upside down. system or remote control once or more to
REPEAT TUNING RECORD TUNING SHUFFLE
select the desired sound effect: OPTIMAL (no
¶ Wait until the moisture condensation at the lens REV MODE SIDE A/B
BAND

PREV NEXT indication)/ ROCK ( ) / JAZZ ( )/


has cleared.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE

¶ Use a finalised CD-R(W). POP ( ) .


¶ Replace or clean the disc, see Maintenance. 3 Press DBB to switch bass enhancement on or
IMPORTANT:
Before you operate the system, complete off.
RADIO RECEPTION
the preparation procedures. ‹ Display shows: DBB if the DBB is activated.
Poor radio reception. ¶ The signal is too weak, adjust the antenna or
connect an external antenna for better 4 Press INCREDIBLE SURROUND (INC.
reception. Switching on SURR. on the remote control) to switch the
¶ Increase the distance from TV or VCR. There are 3 ways to switch the system on: surround sound effect on or off.
‹ Display shows: if activated.
¶ press 2 STANDBY ON on the system and
TAPE DECK OPERATION the last selected source switches on; Note:
Recording or playback cannot be ¶ Clean deck parts, see Maintenance. ¶ press SELECT SOURCE on the system and – The effect of INCREDIBLE SURROUND may
made. ¶ Use only NORMAL (IEC I) tape for recording. the last selected source switches on; vary with different types of music.
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“CHECK TAPE” is displayed. ¶ Apply a piece of adhesive tape over the missing ¶ press CD, TUNER, TAPE or AUX on the 5 Press MUTE on the remote DBB DS
tab space. remote control. control to interrupt sound
reproduction instantly. MUTE SID
Tape deck door cannot open. ¶ Reconnect the AC power plug and switch on To switch the system to standby, press 2 Å
‹ Playback will continue
the system again. STANDBY ON once on the system (2 on VOLU
without sound and the display
the remote control). shows MUTE.
GENERAL
¶ If in recording mode, press STOP 9 (on the
Does not react when any buttons ¶ Press STANDBY ON to switch off the system. remote control 9 ) first. ¶ To activate sound reproduction you can:
is pressed. Remove the AC power plug from the wall ‹ The volume level, interactive sound settings, – press MUTE again;
outlet, then reconnect the power plug and – adjust the volume controls;
last selected source and tuner presets will be
switch on the system again. – change source.
retained in the player's memory.
No or poor sound. ¶ Adjust the volume.
¶ Disconnect the headphones.
Power-saving automatic standby
¶ Check that the speakers are connected
correctly. As a power-saving feature, the system
¶ Check if the stripped speaker wire is clamped. automatically switches to standby 15 minutes
after a tape or CD has reached the end and no
Reversed left and right sound. ¶ Check the speaker connections and location. control is operated.
Remote control does not function properly. ¶ Select the source (CD, TUNER, etc.)
before pressing the function button (É,í,ë,
etc.).
¶ Reduce the distance to the system.
¶ Insert the batteries with their polarities
(+/-signs) as indicated.
¶ Replace the batteries.
Timer is not working. ¶ Set the clock.
¶ Press TIMER ON•OFF to switch on the timer.
¶ If recording is in progress, stop recording.
Compact Disc Compact Disc
‹ The display freezes and the elapsed playing 1 To select your play mode, press the SHUFFLE Reviewing the programme
time flashes when playback is interrupted. or REPEAT button before or during playback In STOP mode, press and hold down
CD
PROGRAM until the display shows the desired function.
STANDBY PROGRAM PROGRAM on the system or remote control,
ON 6 To stop disc playback, press STOP 9.
TIMER
2 Press PLAY•PAUSE 2; (on the remote for a while until the display shows all your stored
SELECT ON • OFF Note: CD play will also stop when;
SOURCE track numbers in sequence.
control 2) to start playback if in the STOP
– the CD door is opened.
DBB DSC INCREDIBLE SURR. position.
– the disc has reached the end.
‹ If you have selected SHUFFLE, playback starts Erasing the programme
INTERACTIVE SOUND
– you select another source: TAPE,TUNER or AUX.
VOLUME
automatically. You can erase the programme by:
iR SENSOR STOP PRESET PLAY•PAUSE RDS

CLOCK 3 To return to normal playback, press the ¶ pressing STOP 9 once in the STOP mode;
Selecting a different track
REPEAT TUNING RECORD TUNING SHUFFLE
respective SHUFFLE or REPEAT button until ¶ pressing STOP 9 twice during playback;
REV MODE SIDE A/B ¶ Press PREV ¡1 or NEXT 2™ on the system,
BAND the various SHUFFLE/ REPEAT modes are no
PREV NEXT
¶ opening the CD compartment;
(on the remote control ¡ or ™) once or longer displayed. ‹ PROGRAM disappears from the display.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE

repeatedly until the desired track number ¶ You can also press STOP 9 to cancel your play
appears in the display. mode.
IMPORTANT:
¶ If you have selected a track number shortly after
The lens of the CD player should never be
loading a disc or in the PAUSE position, you will
touched. Programming track numbers
need to press PLAY•PAUSE 2; (on the
remote control 2) to start playback. Programme in the STOP position to select and
X store your disc tracks in the desired sequence. If
you like, store any track more than once. Up to
Finding a passage within a track 20 tracks can be stored in the memory.
1 Press and hold down on PREV ¡1 or NEXT 1 Press PROGRAM on the system or remote
2™. control to enter the programming mode.
Playing a disc ‹ The disc is played at high speed and low ‹ A track number is shown and PROGRAM
This CD player plays Audio Discs including CD- volume. flashes.
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Recordables and CD-Rewritables.


2 When you recognise the passage you want, 2 Use the PREV ¡1 or NEXT 2™ on the
¶ CD-ROM, CD-I, CDV, VCD, DVD or computer release PREV ¡1 or NEXT 2™. system, (on the remote control ¡ or ™) to
CDs, however, are not possible. ‹ Normal playback continues. select your desired track number.
Note: 3 Press PROGRAM to confirm the track number
1 Select CD source.
OPEN • CLOSE
– During a disc programme or if SHUFFLE/ to be stored.
2 Press OPEN•CLOSE on the top REPEAT active, searching is only possible within the ‹ The number of tracks programmed and total
of the system to open the CD same track. playing time of the programme is shown briefly,
compartment. then the selected track and PROG.
‹ OPEN is displayed when you
Different play modes: SHUFFLE 4 Repeat steps 2-3 to select and store all desired
open the CD compartment.
and REPEAT tracks.
3 Insert a disc with the printed side You can select and change the various play ‹ FULL is displayed if you attempt to
facing up and press down on OPEN•CLOSE modes before or during playback. The play programme more than 20 tracks.
to close the CD door. modes can also be combined with
‹ READ is displayed as the CD player scans the PROGRAMME.
5 To start playback of your disc programme, press
contents of a disc, and then the total number of PLAY•PAUSE 2; (on the remote control 2).
tracks and playing time are shown. SHUFFLE ......... tracks of the entire disc/
programme are played in
4 Press PLAY•PAUSE 2; (on the remote random order
control 2) to start playback. SHUFFLE and REPEAT ALL…to repeat the
‹ Current track number and elapsed playing entire disc/ programme
time of the track are displayed during disc continuously in random order
playback. REPEAT ALL ... repeats the entire disc/
5 To interrupt playback press PLAY•PAUSE 2; programme
(on the remote control SIDE/;). Press REPEAT ............ plays the current track
PLAY•PAUSE 2; (on the remote control 2) continuously
again to resume play.

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Tuner Tuner
2 Press PROGRAM on the system or remote Note:
RDS News and Traffic
– If you press RDS and the RDS signal is not

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control for more than 2 seconds to activate
Announcement (TA)
TUNER PROGRAM
TIMER
programming. available NO RDS is displayed.
STANDBY PROGRAM
ON You may set up the tuner in such a way that
‹ AUTO is displayed and available stations are
SELECT
TIMER
listening to CD or tape is interrupted by the
ON•OFF programmed in order of waveband reception
SOURCE EON NEWS of a RDS station. This only works if the
strength: FM followed by MW and LW. The last Enhanced Other Network allows you to
DBB DSC INCREDIBLE SURR. RDS station broadcasts a NEWS signal while
preset automatically stored will then be played. search for an RDS station offering a certain sending the news.
INTERACTIVE SOUND programme type. If EON is available, is
VOLUME 1 Tune to the desired RDS station.
iR SENSOR STOP PRESET PLAY•PAUSE RDS
Manual programming shown.
CLOCK
1 Tune to your desired station (see Tuning to radio 2 Press NEWS/TA once or SC INC. SURR
REPEAT TUNING RECORD TUNING SHUFFLE

REV MODE
stations). more on the remote control to
SIDE A/B
BAND
Searching programme type
PREV NEXT select the NEWS option. DE NEWS/TA
2 Press PROGRAM on the system or remote (PTY)
INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE

‹ NEWS ON, TA ON or OFF is Å


control to activate programming. PTY helps you find a desired programme type. UME
displayed briefly.
‹ PROGRAM flashes in the display. To enable PTY, first programme RDS stations
Tuning to radio stations ‹ NEWS is displayed if you have
3 Press PRESET 4 or 3 (¡ or ™ on the remote into the tuner memory (see Programming radio
activated the NEWS or TA option. Changing
1 Select TUNER source. control) to allocate a number from 1 to 40 to stations)
listening source will not disarm the function.
‹ TUNER is displayed briefly. this station. 1 While receiving an RDS station, press RDS
briefly until the programme type is displayed. Notes:
2 Press BAND once or more to select your 4 Press PROGRAM again to confirm the setting. – To avoid unwanted recordings, the NEWS
waveband. ‹ PROGRAM disappears, the preset number and 2 Press PRESET 4 or 3 ( ¡ or ™ on the remote announcement does not work while recording a
3 Press down on TUNING à or á and release the frequency of the preset station are shown. control) until the desired programme type is cassette.
button. displayed. – When you receive RDS news or traffic
5 Repeat the above four steps to store other
‹ The radio automatically tunes to a station stations. 3 Press and hold down on TUNING à or á announcements during CD playback, playback will
with sufficient reception. Display indication during ( à or á on the remote control) to start pause and you will be able to hear the news/TA.
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automatic tuning: SEARCH. ¶ You can override a preset station by storing Playback resumes after the broadcast has finished.
searching.
‹ If a FM station is received in stereo, STEREO is another frequency in its place. In tape mode, the tape continues playing but you
‹ The radio tunes to a RDS station
shown. broadcasting this programme type. If the will hear the news/TA only until the broadcast has
Tuning to preset stations programme type is not available TYPE NOT finished.
4 Repeat step 3 if necessary until you find the
FOUND is displayed. – If you are using the RDS NEWS announcement
desired station. ¶ Press PRESET 4 or 3 ( ¡ or ™ on the
with an EON station, the whole network is
remote control) until the desired preset station
¶ To tune to a weak station, press TUNING à RDS Programme types searched for the respective news.
is displayed.
or á briefly and repeatedly until you have NO TYPE .......... No RDS programme type
found optimal reception. NEWS .................... News services Disarming RDS News and Traffic
RDS (some versions only) AFFAIRS .......... Politics and current affairs Announcement
Programming radio stations Radio Data System is a service that allows There are a number of ways to disarm the news
INFO .................... Special information programmes
FM stations to show additional information. If feature:
You can store up to a total of 40 radio stations SPORT ................ Sports
in the memory. you are receiving a RDS station, and the EDUCATE .......... Education and advanced training ¶ Press NEWS/TA on the remote control during
station name are displayed. DRAMA ................ Radio plays and literature reception of the news option.
Automatic programming When automatic programming is used, RDS ¶ Press standby on the system or remote control.
CULTURE .......... Culture, religion and society
Automatic programming will start with a chosen stations will be programmed first. ¶ Tune to a non-RDS-station.
SCIENCE .......... Science
preset number. From this preset number
Scrolling through different RDS VARIED ............. Entertainment programmes
upwards, former programmed radio stations will
information POP M ................. Pop music
be overridden. The system will only programme
¶ Press RDS briefly and repeatedly to scroll ROCK M .............. Rock music
stations which are not in the memory already.
through the following information (if available): MOR M ................. Light music
1 Press PRESET 4 or 3 ( ¡ or ™ on the – Station name LIGHT M .......... Light classical music
remote control) to select the preset number CLASSICS ...... Classical music
– Programme type such as NEWS, SPORT,
where programming should start. OTHER M .......... Special music programmes
POP M ...
Note: – Radio text messages
– If no preset number is selected, default is preset – Frequency
(1) and all your presets will be overridden.
Tape Recorder Tape Recorder
Switching tape sides Synchro Start CD recording Recording Timer
The tape side can be switched manually or 1 Select CD source. To record from the radio, you will need to use a
TIMER PROGRAM
STANDBY SIDE A PROGRAM automatically before or during tape playback.
SIDE B
ON
preset radio station and to set a start (ON) and
TIMER
2 Insert a disc and if desired, programme track finish (OFF) time.
TIMER
SELECT ON • OFF
ON • OFF
¶ Press SIDE A/B (SIDE/; or during playback
SOURCE numbers.
only 2 on the remote control). 1 Insert a suitable tape into the deck.
DBB DSC INCREDIBLE SURR.
‹ The display shows SIDE A or SIDE B and the 3 Press OPEN to open the tape door. ‹ If desired, select tape reverse mode option.
tape counter resets to 000.
INTERACTIVE SOUND 4 Insert a suitable tape into the deck and close the 2 Select the preset radio station to record from.
VOLUME
iR SENSOR STOP PRESET PLAY•PAUSE
tape door.
RDS

CLOCK
Reverse mode options 3 Press TIMER ON•OFF for more than 2
REPEAT TUNING RECORD TUNING
¶ Press REV MODE once or more to select your 5 Press RECORD to start recording. seconds.
SHUFFLE

REV MODE
BAND
SIDE A/B option; ‹ COPY or RECORD is displayed briefly and ‹ TIMER flashes and a source is displayed.
PREV NEXT
å : playback stops at the end of the tape. RECORD is shown during recording.
‹ Playing of the disc programme starts
4 Press SELECT SOURCE repeatedly, or turn
INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE

∂ : both sides are played once. VOLUME clockwise until REC TUN source is
∫ : both sides are played repeatedly, up automatically from the beginning of the disc/
displayed.
Tape playback to 5 times each side. after 7 seconds. It is not necessary to start the
CD player separately. 5 Press TIMER ON•OFF to confirm the source.
1 Select TAPE source. ¶ If you wish, press CLOCK once to monitor the ‹ SET ON TIME is displayed, TIMER and the
‹ The display shows TAPE briefly. The tape General Information on counter display. clock digits for the hours flash.
counter TAPE 000 display with the SIDE A or Recording
SIDE B and reverse mode status are then shown 6 To stop recording, press STOP 9. 6 Turn VOLUME to set the hours: clockwise for
¶ Recording is permissible insofar as copyright or hours up; anti-clockwise for hours down.
during tape mode.
other rights of third parties are not infringed.
2 Press OPEN to open the tape door. ¶ For recording, use only NORMAL (IEC type I) Recording from the Radio 7 Press TIMER ON•OFF again.
cassette on which the tabs have not yet been 1 Tune to the desired radio station (see Tuning to ‹ The clock digits for the minutes flash.
3 Insert a recorded tape and close the tape door.
broken. This deck is not suited for recording on radio stations). 8 Turn VOLUME to set the minutes: clockwise for
¶ Load the tape with the open side downward and
METAL (IEC IV) type cassettes. minutes up; anti-clockwise for minutes down.
3-5

the full spool to the left. 2 Press OPEN to open the tape door.
¶ The best recording level is set automatically.
4 Press PLAY•PAUSE 2; (on the remote Altering the VOLUME, INCREDIBLE 3 Insert a suitable tape into the deck and close the 9 Press TIMER ON•OFF to confirm the ON
control 2) to start playback. SURROUND, DBB or INTERACTIVE SOUND tape door. start time.
controls will not affect the recording in progress. ‹ SET OFF TIME is displayed, TIMER and the
5 By pressing à or á on the remote control, fast 4 Press RECORD to start recording. clock digits for the hours flash.
winding of tape is possible in both directions. ¶ At the very beginning and end of the tape, no ‹ RECORD is displayed briefly and RECORD is
¶ To review and cue at low volume, press ¡1 or recording will take place during the 7 seconds shown during recording. 10 Repeat steps 6-8 to set the finish time.
2™ on the system. when the leader tape passes the recorder heads. ¶ If you wish, press CLOCK once to monitor the
¶ To protect a tape from accidental erasure, have
11 Press TIMER ON•OFF to confirm the timer
¶ During fast winding or review/cue you can counter display. settings.
monitor the tape message with the tape counter. the tape in front of you and break out the left
5 To stop recording, press STOP 9. ‹ TIMER is shown and the recording timer is
Release the fast wind/cue control at your desired tab. Recording on this side is no longer possible.
now set.
passage. If, however, you wish to record over this side
again, cover the tabs with a piece of adhesive Recording from AUX
6 To stop the tape, press STOP 9 on the system tape.
or remote control. 1 Select AUX source.
¶ To reset the tape counter, press STOP 9 again. 2 If necessary, prepare the additional appliance for
Note: recording.
– The sound source cannot be changed while 3 Press RECORD to start recording.
recording a tape. ‹ RECORD is displayed briefly and RECORD is
shown during recording.
¶ If you wish, press CLOCK once to monitor the
counter display.
4 To stop recording, press STOP 9.

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Clock/Timer Clock/Timer
Setting TIMER Activating and deactivating ¶ To deactivate, press SLEEP on the remote
control once or more until SLEEP OFF is

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¶ The system can be used as an alarm clock, SLEEP
CD PROGRAM
shown, or press STANDBY ON on the system
TIMER
STANDBY PROGRAM
ON whereby the CD, TUNER or TAPE is switched on The sleep timer enables the system to switch off or remote control.
TIMER at a set time. The clock time needs to be set first by itself after a set period of time. The clock time
SELECT ON•OFF
‹ SLEEP OFF scrolls across the display.
SOURCE
before the timer can be used. needs to be set first before the sleep timer can
DBB DSC INCREDIBLE SURR. be used.
¶ You can also use it to record a favourite tuner
programme at a set period (REC TUN, see TAPE ¶ Press SLEEP on the remote APE TUNER
INTERACTIVE SOUND

VOLUME RECORDER) control once or more.


iR SENSOR STOP PRESET PLAY•PAUSE RDS UX SLEEP
CLOCK
¶ During setting, if no button is pressed within 90 ‹ Display shows SLEEP and
seconds, the system will exit timer setting mode
REPEAT TUNING RECORD TUNING SHUFFLE
one of the sleep time options SC INC. SURR
REV MODE SIDE A/B automatically.
BAND
in sequence: 60, 45, 30,15,
PREV NEXT

1 In any mode, press TIMER ON•OFF for more SLEEP OFF, 60... if you have
INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE

than 2 seconds. selected a time. Once SLEEP is activated, SLEEP


ON scrolls across the display at repeated
Setting the clock 2 Turn VOLUME clockwise to select sound intervals.
There are two possible methods for setting the source.
clock: manually or automatically by using RDS. ‹ Display sequence shows CD, TUNER, TAPE or
REC TUNER.
Automatic clock setting (RDS versions 3 Press TIMER ON•OFF to confirm your
only) desired mode.
1 Tune to a RDS station (see TUNER). ‹ The selected source CD or TUNER
is shown. Display sequence scrolls SET ON
2 Press CLOCK for more than 2 seconds. TIME and TIMER flashes. The clock digits for the
‹ SEARCH RDS TIME is displayed for a hours flash. Maintenance
maximum of 90 seconds; the time is then
3-6

displayed. 4 Turn VOLUME to set the hours: clockwise for


‹ NO RDS TIME is displayed if no time signal hours up; anti-clockwise for hours down. Cleaning the Cabinet Cleaning the Heads and the Tape Paths
has been received and you will have to set the ¶ Use a soft cloth slightly moistened with a mild ¶ To ensure good recording and playback quality,
5 Press TIMER ON•OFF again. detergent solution. Do not use a solution clean the heads A, the capstan(s) B, and
clock manually. ‹ The clock digits for the minutes flash. containing alcohol, spirits, ammonia or abrasives. pressure roller(s) C after every 50 hours of
Manual clock setting 6 Turn VOLUME to set the minutes: clockwise for tape operation.
minutes up; anti-clockwise for minutes down. Cleaning Discs ¶ Use a cotton swab slightly moistened with
1 In standby, press CLOCK. ¶ When a disc becomes dirty, cleaning fluid or alcohol.
‹ The clock digits for the hours flash. 7 Press TIMER ON•OFF to confirm the time. clean it with a cleaning cloth. ¶ You can also clean the heads by playing a
‹ The timer is now set and activated.
2 Turn VOLUME to set the hours: clockwise for Wipe the disc from the centre cleaning tape once.
hours up; anti-clockwise for hours down. out.
Activating and deactivating ¶ Do not use solvents such as
3 Press CLOCK again. TIMER benzine, thinner, commercially
‹ The clock digits for the minutes flash.
¶ In standby or during playback, press TIMER available cleaners, or antistatic
4 Turn VOLUME to set the minutes: clockwise for ON•OFF on the system once (TIMER on the spray intended for analogue records.
minutes up; anti-clockwise for minutes down. remote control).
Cleaning the disc lens A A B C
5 Press CLOCK to confirm the time. ‹ Display shows TIMER if activated, and
disappears if deactivated. ¶ After prolonged use, dirt or dust may
accumulate at the disc lens. To ensure good Demagnetising the heads
playback quality, clean the disc lens with Philips ¶ Use a demagnetising tape available at your
CD Lens Cleaner or any commercially available dealer.
cleaner. Follow the instructions supplied with
cleaner.
4-1 4-1
DISASSEMBLY DIAGRAM

A. To remove Cabinet Rear


B. To remove CD Tray
C. To remove Tuner Board Bracket
D. To remove Combi Board Bracket
E. To remove Bottom Plate
F. To remove Tape Deck
G. To remove Front Board

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4-2 4-2
SERVICE TESTPROGRAM

To enter Service * Door switch is ignored Æ CD door can be opened.


Testprogram hold
Program & Shuffle buttons * In CD- and Tuner tests the sound settings Volume up/down,
depressed while DSC, IS and DBB function as in normal mode,
plugging mainscord in. but flags will not be indicated on the display in all steps.

Display shows
version number S stands for Service mode
of the µP - software. Slide servo, Radial servo, Focus servo, Disc motor
S 84 and Laser are switched off.
Mute is switched on via decoder IC.

DISPLAY TEST CD SERVO TEST


FORMAT EEPROM TUNER TEST TAPE TEST
N DBB button N PLAY button STOP button pressed in any step returns
pressed? pressed? to begin of Service Testprogram.
RDS button N PROG button N RECORD button N
pressed? pressed? pressed?
Y Y

Display shows all Y Y Y


segments and flags Display shows
for checking open circuits.
see figure 1 CD99 Display shows Display shows version Display shows
IS - LED is switched on. of tuner board as long as
SLIDE MOTOR test DISC MOTOR test EPF any key will be pressed.
TAPE
for 2s. Solenoids of the deck
EEPROM is cleared and e.g. EUR are activated for 2s and
N DBB button N PLAY button NEXT button N PREV. button N SHUFFLE button N PROG button N default values are stored. deactivated for 3s.
pressed? pressed? pressed? pressed? pressed? pressed? Tuner is normal working
except for the PROGRAM
Y Y Y Y Y Y button.
FOCUS search This test should be done at the
Display shows figure 2. Display shows Display shows: Display shows:
All alternate pins (2, 4, ..)
end of the production process
FOC ERR Slide moves Slide moves N
of the display are activated
outside as inside as
CW CCW so that every set is customised STOP button
for checking shortcircuits. objective moves up&down Disc motor turns before leaving factory. pressed?
long as button long as button Disc motor turns
IS - LED is switched off. disc motor for 300ms "on" clockwise
is held is held counter clockwise
depressed. depressed. as long as button as long as button Y
is held depressed. is held depressed.
POWER N
N STOP button N switched off?
FOCUS found? Switch all actions off
pressed?

Y Y Y

Display shows
Exit Service Testprogram
FOC OK
disc motor turns.

DBB CD TIMER TUNER


EON SIDE A PROGRAM SHUFFLE FM STEREO
NEWS SIDE B RECORD REPEAT ALL MWLWAM
N PLAY button
pressed?

fig. 1 Display shows

DISK OK

STEREO CD ERROR CODES


AM PLAY button N
pressed? Error number Error description Error type

Y E1000 Focus error


Triggered when the focus is lost during playing the CD. W
Display shows
fig. 2 E1001 Radial error
RDL Triggered when the radial servo is not on track for a certain time during playing the CD. W
release mute
E1002 Slide-in error
The sledge did not reach its inner position (innerswitch is closed) before approximately 6 W
seconds have pressed by - innerswitch or sledgemotor problem.
N NEXT button PREV button N
pressed? pressed?
E1003 Slide-out error
The sledge did not come out of its inner position (innerswitch is open) before W
Y Y approximately 300ms have passed by - innerswitch or sledgemotor problem.

jumps in steps of jumps in steps of E1005 Jump error


16 tracks backwards Triggered when the jump destination could not be found within a certain time. W
16 tracks forward

E1006 Subcode error W


No valid subcode for a certain time during play.
TUNER VERSIONS
E1007 PLL error
The Phase-Lock-Loop could not lock within a certain time. W
EUR USA OSE
E1008 Turntable motor error
EUROPE USA OVERSEAS Generated when the CD could not reach 75% of speed during start-up within a certain W
REGION FM/MW FM/MW FM/MW
time. Discmotor problem.
& 1)Grid switchable
SET VERSIONS 100/10kHz - 50/9kHz
/22/25 /37 /21/21M/30 E1020 Focus search error
The focus point has not been found within a certain time. F
table 2
table 1
1) To toggle frequency grid press SHUFFLE button for more than 5s in normal tuner mode (not in service testmode).
Error type: W = Warning Æ set continues operation, message remains on the display until next error occurs
or any key is pressed.
Display will show either GRID 9 or GRID 10 for 2 s.
F = Fatal Error Æ set stops operation, message remains on the display.

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4-3 4-3
Abbreviations and Pin-description of CD Ics Abbreviations and Pin-description of CD Ics

SERVO PROCESSOR SAA7325H SERVO PROCESSOR SAA7325H


SYMBOL PIN DESCRIPTION SYMBOL PIN DESCRIPTION
HFREF 1 comparator common mode input RAB 41 microcontroller interface R/W and load control line input (4-wire bus mode)
HFIN 2 comparator signal input SILD 42 microcontroller interface R/W and load control line input (4-wire bus mode)
ISLICE 3 current feedback output from data slicer STATUS 43 servo interrupt request line/decoder status register output (open-drain)
VSSA1 4(1) analog ground 1 TEST3 44 test control input 3; this pin should be tied LOW
VDDA1 5(1) analog supply voltage 1 RCK 45 subcode clock input
Iref 6 reference current output pin SUB 46 P-to-W subcode bits output (3-state)
VRIN 7 reference voltage for servo ADC's SFSY 47 subcode frame sync output (3-state)
D1 8 unipolar current input (central diode signal input) SBSY 48 subcode block sync output (3-state)
D2 9 unipolar current input (central diode signal input) CL11/4 49 11.2896 MHz or 4.2336 MHz (for microcontroller) clock output
D3 10 unipolar current input (central diode signal input) VSSD2 50(1) digital ground 3
D4 11 unipolar current input (central diode signal input) DOBM 51 bi-phase mark output (externally buffered; 3-state)
R1 12 unipolar current input (satellite diode signal input) VDDD1(P) 52(1) digital supply voltage 2 for periphery
R2 13 unipolar current input (satellite diode signal input) CFLG 53 correction flag output (open-drain)
VSSA2 14(1) analog ground 2 RA 54 radial actuator output
CROUT 15 crystal/resonator output FO 55 focus actuator output
CRIN 16 crystal/resonator input SL 56 sledge control output
VDDA2 17(1) analog supply voltage 2 VDDD2(C) 57(1) digital supply voltage 3 for core
LN 18 DAC left channel differential output - negative VSSD3 58(1) digital ground 4
LP 19 DAC left channel differential output - positive MOTO1 59 motor output 1; versatile (3-state)
Vneg 20 DAC negative reference input MOTO2 60 motor output 2; versatile (3-state)
Vpos 21 DAC positive reference input V4 61 versatile output pin 4
RN 22 DAC right channel differential output - negative V5 62 versatile output pin 5
RP 23 DAC right channel differential output - positive V1 63 versatile intput pin 1
SELPLL 24 selects whether internal clock multiplier PLL is used LDON 64 laser drive on output (open-drain)
TEST1 25 test control input 1; this pin should be tied LOW
CL16 26 16.9344 MHz system clock output Note : All supply pins must be connected to the same external power supply voltage.
DATA 27 serial d4(1)ata output (3-state)
WCLK 28 word clock output (3-state)
SCLK 29 serial bit clock output (3-state)
EF 30 C2 error flag output (3-state)
TEST2 31 test control input 2; this pin should be tied LOW
KILL 32 kill output (programmable; open-drain)
VSSD1 33(1) digital ground 2
V2/V3 34 versatile I/O: input versatile pin 2 or output versatile pin 3 (open-drain)
WCLI 35 word clock iutput (for data loopback to DAC)
SDI 36 serial data input (for data loopback to DAC)
SCLI 37 serial bit clock input (for data loopback to DAC)
RESET 38 power-on reset input (active LOW)
SDA 39 microcontroller interface data I/O line (open-drain output)
SCL 40 microcontroller interface clock line input

PCS 99 458
5-1 5-1
BLOCK DIAGRAM

+B

AUX

+12V_S (MC10) +5V6_S A0/A1


+12.5V (MC20) TAPE_REC
From +5V6_S
+5V6_S Processor MC10
+5V6_S

+12.5V

V
PWM (MC20)
From BUFFER POWER AMP
Processor ECO6 DIGITAL
VOLUME
ELECTRONIC 8 OHM

V
TUNER MODULE 4 W (MC10)
SOURCE CONTROL DCC 8 W (MC20)
SELECTOR (Rock, Pop Jazz, I.S.)
V
R

CONTROL
V

LINES

+MOT (MC10) +5V +5V6S (MC10)


+12.5V (MC20) (MC20) +12V_S (MC20) STAND_BY

+12.5V

TAPE_REC
From
Processor MTF (MC10)
ETF (MC20) -8V2 To TAPE To CD To Tuner +5.6V +5V6 -8V2
TAPE MODULE (MC20)
Backlight

SHIFT ON / OFF -8V2


+CD

V
REGISTER Stabilizer
MICRO (MC20)
+MOT +CD
LCD
PROCESSER
ON / OFF +B
V

V
+12.5V +A
V
D

From ~
CD99 +12V_S +12.5V
Processor RESET
CD MODULE Stabilizer
+ -
V
~

MC20
D +5V6_S

+5V6_S +5V6

MPX RDS +5V6 +MOT


From Tuner DECODER Stabilizer

V V
D ON / OFF
FOR /22 ONLY
ON / OFF
V

PCS 104 564


5-2 5-2
WIRING DIAGRAM

PCS 104 193


6-1 6-1
FRONT BOARD - CIRCUIT DIAGRAM
0001 F15 1406 I8 1413 I5 1425 A5 2406 E5 2413 F6 2420 I11 2427 I2 2434 B13 2441 D13 2448 G13 3403 E5 3410 H4 3417 H10 3424 I10 3431 I7 3438 I12 3445 G1 3452 A13 3459 C13 3466 F9 3473 F9 3480 F14 3487 G14 3494 D11 4401 I9 6401 B14 9400 F1 T406 C14 T413 D14 T426 F14 T441 A11 T448 H5
1400 I11 1407 I8 1414 I4 2400 B11 2407 F5 2414 G6 2421 I7 2428 I3 2435 D12 2442 F12 2449 H13 3404 E5 3411 H5 3418 D11 3425 I9 3432 I6 3439 F9 3446 G1 3453 E11 3460 F8 3467 C13 3474 E14 3481 E11 3488 D11 3495 G13 5400 A10 7400 D8 9401 A11 T407 C14 T414 D14 T431 G14 T442 B11 T449 H10
1401 I10 1408 I7 1415 I12 2401 B11 2408 F4 2415 F6 2422 I12 2429 I3 2436 D12 2443 F13 2450 H13 3405 F4 3412 H5 3419 D11 3426 I9 3433 I6 3440 F7 3447 A14 3454 A14 3461 C14 3468 F9 3475 D11 3482 F14 3489 G14 3496 G13 5401 C11 7402 F5 T401 B14 T408 C14 T421 E14 T432 G14 T443 F6 T451 A10
1402 I10 1409 I6 1416 B15 2402 B9 2409 F4 2416 F6 2423 I12 2430 A14 2437 D13 2444 F13 2451 H13 3406 F4 3413 F7 3420 I11 3427 I8 3434 I5 3441 F7 3448 A14 3455 F8 3462 F9 3469 C14 3476 E14 3483 E13 3490 C11 3497 F8 5402 F5 7403 G6 T402 B14 T409 C14 T422 E14 T433 G14 T444 F6 T452 A10
1403 I9 1410 I6 1417 D15 2403 B10 2410 F5 2417 H4 2424 F1 2431 B12 2438 D13 2445 F13 3400 A11 3407 F5 3414 F9 3421 I11 3428 I8 3435 I5 3442 E3 3449 A14 3456 B13 3463 C13 3470 F7 3477 E11 3484 E11 3491 G13 3498 G8 5403 F6 7404 H5 T403 B14 T410 C14 T423 E14 T434 G14 T445 G4 T453 H4
1404 I9 1411 I6 1418 E15 2404 C11 2411 F5 2418 H5 2425 G1 2432 B13 2439 D13 2446 F13 3401 A10 3408 G6 3415 H8 3422 I11 3429 I7 3436 I5 3443 F3 3450 F8 3457 A13 3464 F9 3471 D14 3478 E14 3485 F14 3492 D11 3499 G3 5404 G1 7405 H9 T404 B14 T411 C14 T424 F14 T435 G14 T446 G4
1405 I8 1412 I5 1420 G15 2405 C11 2412 F6 2419 H9 2426 G1 2433 B13 2440 D13 2447 G12 3402 C11 3409 F7 3416 H9 3423 I10 3430 I7 3437 I12 3444 F1 3451 A13 3458 F8 3465 C14 3472 D13 3479 E11 3486 D11 3493 G14 4400 H9 6400 A11 7406 F2 T405 C14 T412 D14 T425 F14 T436 H14 T447 G4
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

1425
FRONT BOARD LP-6404 +uP +C +5_ETF +5V6 +C +C
DISPLAY CONNECTION TABLE
Pin COM0 COM1 COM2 COM3 i a +RDS 3448
1 3452 3457
1e 1g 1f ROCK 10K 10K
A 1K5 A
2 1m 1i 1h POP f b
4.8V
2430 3447
3 1d 1l 1j 1a T452 T451 RDS_MPX
h j 4.7V T441 1n 10K
4 1c 1k 1b JAZZ TU_EN 3449
g k 9401 5.6V
5 2e 2g 2f I.S. foreseen TU_DATA 3451 22K
6 2m 2i 2h DBB m l 5400 3401 3400 6400 +RDS
7 2d 2l 2j 2a TU_CLK 470R 3454
e c 1u5 15R 10R 4.8V
8 2c 2k 2b NEWS 1N4148
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 2402 STEREO 3456 1K 6401
2401 2400
9 3e 3g 3f EON i d 100u 10n 10n 1N4148
37 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
1K 1416 FE-ST-VK-N
10 3m 3i 3h RDS 16
11 3d 3l 3j 3a 2431 2432 2433 2434 +RDS
To uP pin no.95 To uP pin no.55 4.6V T401 15
B 12 3c 3k 3b SIDE B +Keys 4n7 100p 470p 100p TU_EN / MPX B
LCD(1:50) T402
13 4e 4g 4f SIDE A 14
TU_DATA
14 4m 4i 4h Y3 T403

To / From COMBI BOARD


13
15 4d 4l 4j 4a 4.5V TU_CLK
2403 T442 T404
80 79 78 77 76 75 74 73 72 71 70 69 68 67 66 65 64 63 62 61 60 59 58 57 56 55 54 53 52 51 12
16 4c 4k 4b Y1 100n /STEREO
+uP

SEG11

SEG12|P93

SEG13|P92

SEG14|P91

SEG15|P90

SEG16|P67

SEG17|P66

SEG18|P65

SEG19|P64

SEG20|P63

SEG21|P62

SEG22|P61

SEG23|P60

SEG24|P77

SEG25|P76

SEG26|P75

SEG27|P74

SEG28|P73

SEG29|P72

SEG30|P71

SEG31|P70

SEG32|P87

SEG33|P86

SEG34|P85

SEG35|P84

SEG36|P83

SEG37|P82

SEG38|P81

SEG39|P80

VDD2
17 5e 5g 5f Y2 5401 3402 BKLT_ON 3459 T405 11
81 50
BKLT_ON
18 5m 5i 5h RECORD SEG10 VSS2 1u5 100R AUX_STR 220R 3461 T406 10
19 5d 5l 5j 5a PIN 55 to 63 2.8V 82
SEG9 VASS
49 2405 2404 AUX_DATA 3463 4K7 T407 9
AUX_STR
20 5c 5k 5b PROGRAM
21 6e 6g 6f CD
PIN 68 to 95 2.8V 83
SEG8 VAREF
48 4.5V
10n 100u
AUX_CLK 4K7 3465 T408 8
AUX_DATA
C AUX_CLK C
84 47
22 6m 6i 6h REPEAT SEG7 AIN7|P57 MUTE 3467 4K7 T409 7
23 6d 6l 6j 6a 85 46 4.5V KEYS_AD2 MUTE
SEG6 AIN6|P56 PWM 2K2 3469 T410 6
24 6c 6k 6b SHUFFLE 4.5V KEYS_AD1 PWM
86 45
25 7e 7g 7f TIMER SEG5 AIN5|P55 470R T411 5
87 44 0V 3490 TA_SH_CLK D_GND
26 7m 7i 7h ALL SEG4 AIN4|P54 +5V6 T412 4
27 7d 7l 7j 7a 88 43
0V 3492 1K TA_SH_DATA +5V6
SEG3 AIN3|P53 PWRDWN 3471 T413 3
28 7c 7k 7b DOT 0V 1K 3494 TA_SH_STR /PWRDWN
29 8e 8g 8f COLON
89
SEG2 7400 AIN2|P52
42
33K T414 2

2435 470p
2436 470p

2437 470p
2438 470p

2439 470p

To Backlight-Board
3472 470K
3486 1K /BKLT

2n2

10n
90 0V TA_ADC2
D
30
31
8m
8d
8i
8l
8h
8j
FM
8a 91
SEG1 TMP87CM23F AIN1|P51
41

40 0V 100R 3488 TA_ADC1


1
+A D

2440

2441
SEG0 AIN0|P50
32 8c 8k 8b MW 92 4.7V 3418 100R EEPROM_CLK 1417 EH-B
39
33 AM LW STEREO TUNER COM3 P36 12.5V 2
93 38 4.7V 1K5 3419 EEPROM_DATA +A
34 -- -- -- COM3 COM2 P35 4V 1
35 -- -- COM2 -- 94 37 0V 3475 1K5 CD_RESET +C /BKLT
COM1 P34
36 -- COM1 -- -- 95 0V 330R 3477 CD_DATA
36
37 COM0 -- -- -- COM0 P33
3403 0.96V 96 35 0V 3479 470R CD_SICL 3483
+uP VLC P32
6K8 97 0V 470R 3481 CD_SILD 15K 1418 FE-ST-VK-N
2406
E RDS DECODER 3404
1K8 10n NC1 P31
34
CD_RESET 3474 1 E
3453 470R

INTS_|STOP_|P20
98 33 0V TU_DATA /RESET
NC2 P30 1K T421 2

To CD99
INT2|TC1|P12
+RDS +C +uP 99 0/4.7V 1K 3484 DOORSW D_GND

INT3|TCIP40
32
NC3 P17 CD_DATA 3476 T422
XOUT|P22

SCK1|P42

SCK2|P45
PWM|P41
10K

INT0|P10

INT1|P11
CD_DATA

PPG|P14
SO1|P44

SO2|P47

DV0|P13
3442 33K

TC2|P15
RESET_

100

S11|P43

S12|P46
31
XIN|P21

+uP VDD1 P16 CD_SICL 3478 470R T423


foreseen

XOUT

4
VSS1

TEST

CD_SICL
9400

3443 33K

P00

P01

P02

P03

P04

P05

P06

P07
XIN

7406 3405 2407 T424


CD_SILD 470R 3480 5
SAA6579T 1K 100n CD_SILD
RESET 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30
1 2 16 15 DOORSW 3482 1K T425
1.7V

4.5V

2.4V

2.2V

6
4.7V

2.3V

0.8/4.6V
2V

0/4.7V
2V

4.7V
4.2V
DOORSW

4.5V
0V

0V

0V

0V

0V

0V

5V
0V
DIFFERENTIAL RDDA

RDCL
QUAL

T57

3407 1K T426
2408
3444 100n 1K +C
3440

3409

3450

3458

3462

3466

3473

3439
2442 2443 2444 2445 2446
10K

10K

4K7

4K7

4K7
F 100R 5402 F
1K

1K

1K
2410 8MHz T443 0001 DIPMATE
GENERATOR

0V 7402

To MTF
220p 220p 220p 220p 10n
* 3485
DECODER

BC847B 10n 5403 1


QUALITY

2424 4.5V T444 TAPE_REC


2412 15p

2413 68p

3406 32K768
VSSD 11 2409 3497 2K2
BIT

10K
2
12 VDDD 100K 2411 TAPE_PLAY

470R
100n
3413

3470

3441

3455

3460

3464

3468

3414
2416

10n
2K7

4K7

2K2

33K
27p

2415
1K

1K

1K
15p TA_ADC2
TEST LOGIC AND OUTPUT

27p
*
SELECTOR SWITCH

TA_ADC1 3487 1420 FE-ST-VK-N


3445
OSCILLATOR

1
TEST 10 2K2 TA_ADC2
3498
DIVIDER

DECODER

10K

14 OSCO
BIPHASE

2K2 RDS_DATA T431


*3495 *3496
SYMBOL
220K
3446

AND

FREQ_SHIFT
5404 3408 *2447 *2448 2
TA_ADC1

To TAPE
T445 OSC 56K T432
RDS_DATA

AUX_DATA
470K 2414 470p 470p 56K 3
ROTARY2

PWRDWN

ROTARY1
RDS_CLK

AUX_STR
BKLT_ON

AUX_CLK
RDS_CLK 7403 +5_ETF +5V
STEREO

G 10n G
TU_CLK

13 OSCI
TU_EN

AT-51 BC847B 4

MUTE
T446 D_GND
PWM
RECONSTRUCTION

RC5
4M332 MODE 9 3489 T433
RDS_MPX TA_SH_CLK
2425

2426
33p

22p

5
TA_SH_CLK
3499

22K

T447 TA_SH_DATA 3491 1K T434


FILTER

6
+5V6 +C TA_SH_DATA
TA_SH_STR 1K 3493 T435 7
TA_SH_STR
3410 IR RECEIVER 1K T436
RC5

KEYS_AD2

EEPROM_CLK

EEPROM_DATA

KEYS_AD1

ROTARY1

ROTARY2
T449
100R 7404 7405
REGENERATION

3416 2449 2450 2451


FIXED DIVIDER

TSOP2836
VARIABLE AND

ST24C01B6 8
COSTAS LOOP

4.3V Communication 220R 470p 470p 470p


AND SYNC

T448
(8th ORDER)
BANDPASS

2 3415 4.7V 1 3417


CLOCK

5.3V E0 VCC
H 4V 15K 15K H
57 Khz

T453 V SUP
foreseen

2
3412 E1 EEPROM
4400

OUT 1 2419 ROTARY ENCODER


2417 100n 3 5
10K 2418 E2 SDA +C
47u 3411 +Keys +Keys
GND
1n 0V 6
100K SCL
COMPARATOR

3 4
VREF REFERENCE
VP1

4401 7
CLOCKED

VOLTAGE

MODE|WC_ VSS
ALIASING
FILTER
ANTI-

3429 4 3420 3437 3438 1415


VSSA 6
10K 10K 22K 22K EC16
KEY GROUP1 KEY GROUP2 2
SCOUT

3
VDDA
MUX

3436 3435 3434 3433 3432 3431 3430 3428 3427 3426 3425 3424 3423 3422 3421 1
CIN

I 5 I
5K6 3K3 2K2 1K5 1K 470R 5K6 10K 5K6 3K3 2K2 1K5 1K 470R 5K6
4 8 7 5 3
2428
* 2421 1400 2420 2422 2423 4
1414 1413 1412 1411 1410 1409 1408 1407 1406 1405 1404 1403 1402 1401
10n 10n 100p 100p DC VOLTAGES MEASURED IN TUNER MODE
2427 2u2
UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED
560p 2429 330p
(230V MAINS SUPPLY)

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

* ITEM
1412 2447 2448 3485 3487 3495 3496
MODEL
MC10 2K2 2K2 56K 56K

MC20 470p 470p 3K9 3K9 150K

PCS 104 565


6-2 6-2
FRONT BOARD - LAYOUT DIAGRAM

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

A A A A

B B B B

C C C C

D D D D

E E E E

F F F F

G G G G

H H H H

I I I I

J J J J

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

PCS 99 472
7-1 7-1
COMBI BOARD (Part 1) - CIRCUIT DIAGARM
1550 A1 2501 B10 2510 E9 2518 E11 2526 F13 2534 G14 2557 G6 2566 D6 3501 B9 3510 E9 3518 E12 3526 H12 3534 G13 3542 I14 3552 A3 3560 E4 3573 H8 3581 B7 3589 G7 7500-C F13 7505 D12 7513 B13 9551 C2 T504 E9 T557 C2 T566 F2 T574 G2 T582 I2 T590 H8
1551 B1 2502 B10 2511 D10 2519 E12 2527 B13 2535 B8 2558 I6 2567 B7 3502 B10 3511 C10 3519 E12 3527 B12 3535 C13 3543 B14 3553 B3 3561 E2 3574 F6 3582 D6 5550 E3 7500-D D13 7506 F12 7514 H13 9552 C2 T550 D5 T558 C2 T567 E3 T575 H2 T583 I2 T591 H8
1552 B2 2503 F14 2512 F10 2520 E12 2528 H13 2550 A2 2559 I6 2568 D7 3503 B10 3512 G10 3520 E12 3528 H12 3536 G13 3544 H14 3554 B3 3562 F2 3575 C5 3583 B7 5551 F3 7500-E D11 7507 B12 7550 H4 9553 D2 T551 A2 T559 D2 T568 F3 T576 H2 T584 I4 T592 I8
1553 C2 2505 B8 2513 C10 2521 C12 2529 C14 2551 A2 2560 I7 2569 B7 3505 C8 3513 D11 3521 E13 3529 C12 3537 A14 3545 C14 3555 C2 3563 G4 3576 C5 3584 D7 5552 C2 7500-F D10 7508 H12 7551 B4 9554 E3 T552 A2 T561 D2 T569 F2 T577 H2 T585 G4 T593 I8
1554 D2 2506 D8 2514 G10 2522 G12 2530 G14 2552 B2 2561 F6 2570 D7 3506 E8 3514 F11 3522 E12 3530 G12 3538 I14 3546 G14 3556 B2 3565 I4 3577 B6 3585 C7 6500 B10 7501 C8 7509 C12 7552 G7 9555 F3 T553 B2 T562 D2 T570 F2 T578 H2 T586 G7 T594 I8
1555 E2 2507 B9 2515 D11 2523 C12 2531 C13 2553 B1 2563 B5 2571 G7 3507 C9 3515 D11 3523 D12 3531 C12 3539 B14 3547 B15 3557 D3 3566 I4 3578 D6 3586 E7 6550 I5 7502 E8 7510 G12 7553 F5 T500 A8 T554 C2 T563 E2 T571 F2 T579 H2 T587 H8 T595 B7
1556 G2 2508 D9 2516 F11 2524 G12 2532 G13 2554 G4 2564 C6 2573 A4 3508 E9 3516 E11 3524 F12 3532 G12 3540 H14 3548 H15 3558 D3 3568 H5 3579 B6 3587 B7 7500-A F10 7503 C9 7511 B13 7555 B6 T501 B9 T555 C2 T564 E2 T572 F2 T580 H2 T588 H8 T596 D7
2500 A8 2509 C9 2517 D11 2525 C13 2533 C14 2555 H3 2565 B6 3500 A7 3509 C9 3517 D12 3525 B12 3533 C13 3541 A14 3551 A3 3559 E3 3572 G7 3580 D6 3588 D7 7500-B F11 7504 E9 7512 H13 7556 D6 T503 C9 T556 B2 T565 E2 T573 G2 T581 I2 T589 H8
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15
COMBI BOARD
Source Selection / Sound Control part
SOURCE SELECTOR ELECTRONIC VOLUME CONTROL DIGITAL SOUND CONTROL (DSC)
+VS from 7552
2550 A1 A0 +VS
A 22n
2573
3500 T500
4.2V
0.57V 4.1V
BASS DBB A
2551
1550 4 100n 16 9 10 Vc to 7500 pin 14
2n2
2 T551 * 3551
VDD MSB LSB
+VS
820R
2500
3537
39K 220K
1 T552 * 3552
LOGIC 100u
BC847B 0/2.9V
*
3541
AUX
39K 7551 7511 220K
3 2552 *3554 *3553 3579
150K 4.2V 3501 2501
POP JAZZ
2527
2/2.36V
3539
2n2 6K8 6K8 HEF4052BP 3577 7555 470R 220u
0.54V
2553 BC847B 10n 22K
TAPE_L 1 LL 470R 4.35V
2569
B 22n
TUNER_L 5
2565 2567 3587 4.05V
4.1V 3502 3503 6500 PWM 7513 -0.3/0.56V 3547 BASS_ALC B
1551
LH H 2563
(MC148) 100p 2u2 1u T595 3K9 T501 3525 3527 BC847B
T553 470n 0.57V 2K2 470R 1N4148 from 1556 150K from
-CMOS 1552 -8V2 HL L
0V 3.6V 3583 220K 220K
AUX_L 2 3 2502 3543 Amplifier Part
7 3.75V 4K7 7507
T556
* 3556 22K

2535

100n
TAPE_R 2505 2507 10u 0/2.65V BC847B 82K
Recorder Board

6 6 CD_L 4 HH 3581
+12A +5V6 *555295512u2 +5V6_S 2K7 100p
3.55V
0V 100p
2529
to/from

3575
TAPE_L
5 5
T554 * +12V_AF
15K 3585 3.6V 0V 2521 3529 100n
4 4 T555 2K2 3545
GND * 3555 22K
TAPE_R 12 LL
7501
ON4986
3507 7503
ON4986
0/2.1V 1n5 27K
8K2
3 3
T558 REC_R 15R 2531 2533
C REC_R
2 2
T557
from
TUNER_R 14 LH H
3576 0V 3.55V 3.55V
3.6V 0.2V 2513
0/2.65V
100n 47n
C
REC_L 3585, 3586 3.6V 2509 0V T503 0/2.1V
15K
1 1 2523
REC_L AUX_R 15 13 +VS 47p 3531 3533 3535
FE-BT-VK-N
FE-BT-VK-N HL L 0.2V
22p
7509
Recorder Board

3511 680p 27K 33K 100K


*9552 +CD_MTF_MOTOR 3505 3509 BC847B
MTF / ETF

1553 CD_R 11 HH 2525


T559 2564 33K 33K 100K
+Motor
2 *9553 470n 3580 Vc 2.05V 47p Vc
to

+12V VSS VEE


GND 150K 4.2V 1V 2.13V
1 7556 14 12 14
8 7 6 3578 0.54V 2511 2.05V 3523 9 8 2.1V 1.1V L
EH-B BC847B
T550 470R 4.35V 220n 13 7500-E Vc 2.05V33K to
2570
D 1554 2566 2568 3588
7500-F
7
HEF4069UBP 0V BC847B 7500-D
HEF4069UBP
7
Amplifier Part D
CD_L
1 T561
* 3557 100p 2u2 1u T596 3K9 HEF4069UBP 2515 3513 2.05V 11
14 2.05V 7505
10 2.08/2.1V
2 33K 0V
GND Source Selection 0V 3.6V 3584 15K
10n
CD Board

2.05V 7
* 3558 Logic Table 3.75V 4K7
to/from

3 T562
CD_R 2506 2508 2517 3515 3517
Source A1 A0 3582
4 33K 3.55V 0/2.64V
+5V
T563
CD_+5 *3559 *3560 TAPE 0 0
2K7 100p 0V 100p 1n5 33K 100K
5 3K3 3K3 3586 3.6V 0V 3519 3521
GND 2519
AUX 1 0 2K2 3508 220K 33K
6 7502 7504
+SERVO +CD_MTF_MOTOR 220p
TUNER 0 1 ON4986 ON4986
T564 15R
E FE-BT-VK-N
CD 1 1 0V 3.55V 3.55V
0.2V
INCR E
3.6V
1555 9554 (forseen only) 3.6V 2510 0V T504 2520
LEFT
1 T565 * 3561 REC_R 22p 0.2V 220p
3520
220K
3522
5550 33K
2 15K T567 to 1551 or 1552 3506
GND REC_L 3510 2518 3516 3518
470n 33K 33K 0/2.64V
3 T566 * 3562 Vc
Tuner Board

RIGHT 1n5 33K Vc 100K


15K T568 5551 Vc 2.05V
to/from

4 7553 14
VCC +12V_AF 5.27V 2516 3514 0V 3 4 2503
5 470n 0V 0V BC327-40 2.05V
T569
TU_EN / MPX CD_+5 +5V6 7500-A 10n 15K 7500-B 2.05V7506 2.08/2.1V 7500-C 22n
7 0V BC847B
6 T570 HEF4069UBP HEF4069UBP HEF4069UBP
F TU_DATA 9555 (forseen only)
3574
2512
14
2 2.05V
2.05V
3524
14
6 2.1V R
F
7 T571 47K 1 5
TU_CLK 4.65V
8 5.5V 220n 1V 33K 1.1V to
T572 CD on = Low 7 7 Amplifier Part
/STEREO 4.9V 2.05V 2.13V
5.7V
5V 5.35V
FE-BT-VK-N 2526
2561 5.5V
3563 0.55V T585
1556 +5V6_S +VS 22u 3589 5.7V 2571 3512 47p
T573 +5V6_S 100R +5V6 0/2.1V 2524 3532 3534 3536
+RDS 220R 470n 100K
16 2554
5.5V 680p 27K 33K 100K
TU_EN / MPX 220u T586 2514
15 5.35V 5.7V 3572 2532 2534
BC847B 0/2.65V
G TU_DATA
14
10K 16
7552 47p
7510 100n 47n
G
TU_CLK 2557 HEF4094BP
13 470n SRG8 2522 3546
15 0/2.1V 3530
/STEREO EN1 8K2
uP Port Extension
to/from Front Board

12 2530
T574 0V 4.2V 4V 1 1n5 27K
BKLT_ON STANDBY STB
11 0V 0V
T575 0V 3 100n
AU_STR 0/2.65V BC847B 3544
10
T576 0V 0V 0V 7508
AU_DATA LOGIC TABLE 82K
9 3526 3528 BASS_ALC
T577 0V 0V 0V 2 4 0/5.5V T587 7514 3548
AU_CLK D 1 JAZZ Sound features Control lines 220K 220K
8 MUTE 150K
T578 3.3V 0V 0V 5 0/5.5V T588 -0.3/0.56V
H MUTE
7
T579 3.14V 3.84V 3.73V
0V 3.9V 3.9V
6 0/5.5V T589
POP DSC DBB DBB POP BASS JAZZ
BC847B
from
Amplifier Part
H
PWM PWM 3.5V INCR off off 0 0 1 0
6 2555 0V 3.5V 3568
to 6500 7550 7 0/5.5V T590
D_GND 2u2 +12V BASS (flat) on 1 0 1 0 BC847B
5
T580 BC817-25 1K 3573 2528 7512 3540
+5V6 14 5.7V 0.67V 5.5V T591 CD 1 0 1 0
POP JAZZ
+5V6 off
4 2.85V Rock
T581 T584 13 0/5.5V T592 1K 10n 22K
/PWRDWN 0V DBB on 1 0 0 0
3
T582 2.85V 3565
BACKLIGHT 12 0V T593 5.5V 5.35V
2/2.36V *3542
/BKLT A0 to Source Sel. off 0 0 1 1 0/2.9V
2 22R Jazz 220K
6550 11 0V T594 0V 5.35V 7554
+A +12V A1 on 1 0 1 1
1 BZX79-C3V3 3538
T583 2558 2559 2560 9
I FE-BT-VK-N 3566 220p 220p 220p Pop
off 1 1 1 1 220K
I
10 on 1 1 0 1
22R
BASS DBB
PWRDWN
8
from
Supply Part

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

* (230V MAINS SUPPLY ) DC VOLTAGES MEASURED IN :


Item 3541 3551 3553 3555 3557 3559 3561 5552 9551 9552 9553 V CD Mode 1KHz , 0dB track, DSC "OPTIMAL", DBB "OFF", INCR "OFF", VOLUME "20"
Model 3542 3552 3554 3556 3558 3560 3562
V Tuner Mode 1KHz , df "22.5kHz", DSC "OPTIMAL", DBB "OFF", INCR "OFF", VOLUME "20"
MC10 220K 39K 6K8 22K 33K 3K3 15K 2.2uH V Standby Mode
MC20 150K 33K 8K2 6K8 18K 2K7 10K V DSC OFF/ON at CD Mode 1KHz , 0dB track, VOLUME"20"
PCS 104 566
7-2 7-2
COMBI BOARD (Part 2) - CIRCUIT DIAGRAM

1330 A13 2331 E4 2334 D5 2337 E9 2340 D9 2343 B11 2346 E12 2349 H10 2353 H7 3331 E5 3334 D5 3337 F9 3340 B10 3343 E9 3346 D9 3349 G7 3352 G11 3356 B5 3360 I5 3363 C7 4333 E5 5331 E9 5334 C9 6333 H5 7331 G8 7334 B4 T330 B6 T333 C7 T336 H6 T339 D13 T342 E13
1331 D13 2332 D4 2335 E5 2338 D9 2341 A11 2344 B11 2347 F11 2351 B6 2354 H8 3332 D5 3335 E9 3338 D9 3341 B11 3344 D9 3347 G8 3350 I7 3353 G10 3358 B5 3361 H6 3364 B8 4334 D5 5332 D9 6331 G11 6334 C8 7332 G7 7335 B8 T331 H6 T334 G10 T337 B12 T340 E13 T343 E4
2330 C7 2333 E5 2336 D5 2339 F9 2342 B11 2345 D12 2348 F10 2352 I5 2355 C8 3333 E5 3336 D9 3339 A10 3342 B11 3345 F9 3348 G7 3351 G11 3354 B4 3359 H5 3362 B8 3365 B9 4335 A5 5333 E9 6332 G10 7330 D6 7333 H7 9330 B8 T332 C7 T335 H8 T338 B12 T341 E13 T344 D4

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

COMBI BOARD
Power amplifier part
A A
HEADPHONE SOCKET
4335
MUTE * 3339 2341
7
68R 1330
47u
+5V6 (MC148) *3341 2343
L 4
9330 4K7 1n
+AMP T337 L 3

(forseen only) 3356 9.8V


2 16 - 150 ohm
22K 9.9V *BDW93CFP *3342 T338 R
B 3358 T330 10.4V 7335 4K7
2344
1n
5
B
R 6
3354 4K7
11V
11.1V
11.1V
* 3340 2342
1
10K 2351 11V 68R 47u
7334 4u7 *
3362 11.1V 3364 * *3365
BC847B 2330
* 11V
3363 1K8 390R 270R
4u7 10K
* 2355 *6334
100u BZX55-B11

C (MC118)
C
T333

T332
5334
360n
(forseen only) 7330 3346 2340
3338
2334 AN7125 10K 220n
1
MC148 2R2
150n VCC 5.8V
D T344 2332 3332 OUT1+ 2 4.7V 5332 D
R 3344
150n 10K 4334 360n
0V 6 IN1 GND1 3
10K
3334 2336 MC148
3.1V OUT1- 4 4.7V 5.8V 3336 1331
6K8 220p T339
(forseen only) 3.25V 2338 2345 L 1
2R2
0V 220n 22n T341 LS BOX
5 STB L 2 8R
STB left
from 0/2.2V 9 MUTE VREF
T342 R 3
MUTE LS BOX
Source Selection and Sound Control Part MC148
(forseen only) 2346 T340 R 4 8R right
OUT2- 10 4.7V 5.8V 5331
2333 22n
E 0V 8 IN2 GND2 11
360n Clickfit
socket
E
150n MC148 3343
T343 2331 3331 OUT2+ 12 4.7V 5.8V 3335
L 10K
150n 10K 4333 2R2 2337
GND 220n
3333 2335
5333
6K8 220p 7
(forseen 3345
only) 360n
10K
3337
2R2
F 2339 F
220n

+12V +12V
2348 2347

* Item 2355 3339 3341 3348


POWERSTAGE
PROTECTION
47u 47u

3364 3365 6334 7335 3347

Model 3340 3342 3362 3363 22K


3349
22K

6332 6331
47K
G MC10 100u 68 4K7 1K8 10K 390 270 BZX55-B11 BDW93CFP 1N4148 1N4148 G
T334 3353 3352 3351
MC20 120 560 BC857B
7332
BC857B
7331
MC148 BASS_ALC 1K 1K
MC148 7.2V 47R
7.2V 6.2V 6.2V to 3547/3548
T336 T335 DIGITAL SOUND
CONTROL (DSC) 2349
100u
2353 2354
0V
T331 680p 680p

H H
6333 3359 3361
STANDBY
1N4148 6K8 100R 7333
BC847B
2352 3360
47u 100K 3350 (230V MAINS SUPPLY ) DC VOLTAGES MEASURED IN :
47K
V CD Mode 1KHz , 0dB track, DSC "OPTIMAL", DBB "OFF", INCR "OFF", VOLUME "20"
V Tuner Mode 1KHz , df "22.5kHz", DSC "OPTIMAL", DBB "OFF", INCR "OFF", VOLUME "20"
I I
V Standby Mode
V MUTE OFF/ON

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

PCS 104 567


7-3 7-3
COMBI BOARD (Part 3) - CIRCUIT DIAGRAM

0250 G11 2250 E6 2254 E11 2258 G5 2262 D15 2266 B15 3251 A8 3255 B14 3259 C15 3263 D14 3267 F17 3271 H14 3275 H15 3279 J19 3283 C17 6251 D4 6255 D8 6259 D10 6263 E10 6267 B7 6271 H8 6275 J17 7253 C19 7257 I15 7261 K19 9254 E18 T251 E2 T255 E12 T259 I4 T263 I19
1250 D2 2251 D8 2255 F11 2259 G5 2263 C18 2267 E6 3252 H5 3256 B14 3260 C16 3264 C19 3268 F17 3272 I14 3276 J17 3280 K19 3284 C17 6252 E4 6256 D9 6260 E8 6264 E10 6268 B8 6272 B16 7250 A14 7254 E17 7258 I14 9251 D6 9255 I12 T252 F2 T256 F6 T260 J4 T264 J19
1251 E3 2252 D11 2256 A6 2260 H7 2264 C15 2268 F12 3253 H5 3257 B15 3261 D16 3265 E16 3269 G16 3273 I14 3277 K17 3281 C17 4250 B19 6253 E4 6257 D10 6261 E8 6265 E10 6269 G6 6273 E18 7251 C14 7255 G17 7259 J15 9252 B19 9256 E16 T253 F3 T257 I4 T261 A19
1252 I3 2253 E8 2257 B7 2261 B14 2265 D19 3250 A6 3254 H7 3258 B15 3262 C17 3266 F17 3270 I12 3274 K15 3278 J18 3282 C17 6250 D4 6254 D8 6258 D10 6262 E9 6266 A7 6270 H6 6274 I12 7252 C16 7256 H16 7260 J18 9253 E4 T250 D3 T254 E6 T258 I4 T262 E18

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21
COMBI BOARD
Supply part

A BDW94CFP
12.2V A
17.7V
*3250 *2256 *6266 *3251 -8V2 +A
18.4V 7250 12.2V 0V T261
+12V BACKLIGHT
470R 2K2 21V
22u 1N4148
2257 * *6268 MC20
-8.2V
* 2261 * 2266
ETF_MOTOR (MC20)
BZX79-F8V2 -8.2V -8.2V
*6267
10u 2u2 100n * 9252 +AMP
6272
B 1N4148
3258
BZX79-F10 B
(MC20)
3255 3256 3257
47K * 4250 +12V_AF TUNER
1K 1K 1K 2.3V
2.3V
21V

3281 2K2
0V *3284 *2263

3282 2K2

3283 2K2
17.8V 18.4V
7251
0V 2K2 47u *7253
C 7.9V ac
8.3V ac
BC847B 0.57V
BC847B 3260
BC368
+12V_AF TUNER C
0.57V
8V ac 2264 *
3259 7252
330R
220K * * ETF_AF
MC20 0.58V
47u
3262 *3264 (MC20)
0V 1K
T250 * 3263 3261
1K

13V
STANDBY
1K
2262
1n
0.58V
82K *2265
MC20 100u
D * 6250 13.7V 9.2V
10.6V 9.8V
D
from Mains Transformer

*1250
1N4003
* 9251 +AMP 2251 6254 6255 6256* *6257 *6258 6259 2252
1 *1251 *6251
15V 100n 1N4003 1N4003 1N4003 1N4003 1N4003 1N4003
100n 19V
19.4V
MC20
18.8V 9.2V
15.7V ac 1 21.7V 19.8V (forseen only) 0.4V
11.6V ac 2 T251 1N4003 21V
11.8V ac
16V ac
2 * 9253 T254
+B
T255
+A
3265
9.8V
16.5V ac 3
MC20
E 12.2V ac
4
3
*6252 1R BC369 13V E
7254 13.8V T262
EH-B 1N4003 * 2250
* 2267 2253 6260 6261 *6262 *6263 *6264 6265 2254
+B
9256 9254
+CD_MTF_MOTOR CD SERVO
EH-B
T252 *6253 4m7 3m3 100n 1N4003 1N4003 1N4003 1N4003 1N4003 1N4003 100n
* * 3266
0.4V
6273
MTF_MOTOR (MC10)
2255 2268
1N4003 47K 15V 12.3V
3m3 4m7 13V 1N4003
15.8V ac (forseen only)
F 16.6V ac T253
8.5V
10.6V
F
16.1V ac 3267 3268
9.1V 2K2 2K2
MC10 T256
MC20 0.14V 0.14V
10.6V
0.7V 0.14V 15V
3269 0.7V 0.14V
STANDBY 7255 MC20
2258 2259 PAD 22K 0V
G 4u7 4u7 0250 P_GND D_GND A_GND BC847B G
to
6269 Recognition BOTTOM
Mains Breakdown 6.2V PLATE
1N4148 6.2V
6270 3254 6.2V
PWRDWN MC20
1N4148 9.1V
H 3252 3253
2K2
2260 6271 +C 10.6V 9.8V 3275 H
4K7 4K7 47n BZX79-F6V8 470R
BC327-25
3271 12.9V 13.8V 15V 7256
4R7
MC20
(no L.P.S.) 9.1V 12.9V 5.35V
BC327-25
3272 10.6V 9.8V 13.8V 15V 7257 5.5V T263
I 1252
1
T257 +B
9255
+5V6 uP I
4R7 5.7V
T258 12.9V MC20 CD
to 2
+C 3270 6274 BC327-25 8.4V
Low Power Standby (L.P.S.) 3
T259 3273 13.8V 15V 7258 10V 9.3V BC807-255.35V
Transformer 1N4003 7260 5.5V T264
T260 3R3
4 4R7 9.1V 13.3V 3276 6275 +5V6_S AF
STANDBY (L.P.S.) (L.P.S.) 0.5V
10.6V 14.5V 2K2 RDS
BZX79-F3V3
EH-B MTF_AF (MC10)
J J
* Item
9.8V
MC10
7259
12.3V

2.85V 2.8V 2.7V


3278 4.8V 5.67V
47K 4.6V
ETF_LOGIC (MC20)

1250 1251 2250 2255 2256 2257 2261 2263 2264 2265 2266 2267 2268 3250 3251 3263 BC847B 3279
Model 2.35V 2.2V 2.1V 0V 1K
3M3 0V 5.67V
4M7
MC10 16V 25V
2u2 47u 47u 1K
3277 7261 3280
3274 STANDBY
K 3M3 4M7
390R 2K2 BC847B
0.65V 22K
K
MC20 22u 10u 4u7 100u 100n 16V 25V 470 2K2 4K7 0.65V
0V

Item 6250 6252 6256 6258 6263 6266


3264 3282 3283 3284 4250 6251 6253 6257 6262 6264 6267 6268 7253 9251 9252 9253 (230V MAINS SUPPLY ) DC VOLTAGES MEASURED IN :
Model
L V CD Mode 1KHz , 0dB track, DSC "OPTIMAL", DBB "OFF", INCR "OFF", VOLUME "20" L
MC10 1N4003 1N4003
V Tuner Mode 1KHz , df "22.5kHz", DSC "OPTIMAL", DBB "OFF", INCR "OFF", VOLUME "20"
MC20 1K 2K2 2K2 2K2 1N4003 1N4003 1N4003 1N4148 BZX79-F8V2 BC368 V Standby Mode

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21

PCS 104 568


7-4 7-4
COMBI BOARD - LAYOUT DIAGRAM

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

A AA A

B BB B

C CC C

D DD D

E EE E

F FF F

G GG G

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
H H

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

PCS 99 476
8-1 8-1
TUNER BOARD ECO6 - CIRCUIT DIAGRAM

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 1101 A2
1102 B1
6120
7101
C13
C8
1103 E2 7103 H8
1110 B2 7104 D2
VERSION PROGRAMMING COMPONENTS 1120 E14 7105 F4

TUNER BOARD ECO6 / SYSTEMS-CENELEC


AM-IF1 VERSION
1130 A2
1131 B2
7109
7110
H3
H12
6120 3156 3157 3170 7111 1132 F13 7111 C13
5111 450kHz 2106 E3 7112 G12
A 4 3
T113
/00 /02 FM/MW/LW A 2107 E4 7122 H4
1101USA 2 2108 G3 7124 H7
2109 G3 T102 B2
6 1 2150 /00 /02 FM/MW
3 1130 AM-IF2 2118 H6 T103 B2
2119 H6 T104 B6
100n 5112 450kHz
2 8 7 2120 H6 T105 E2
C-PAD 3 4 /01 FM/MW
1
2122 I6 T106 E2
T115 T114 2 2123 H6 T107 C3
YKD21
/14 FM-OIRT/MW
A FM 75 OHM 1110 FM FRONTEND FE450 1 6
2124 H6
2125 H6
T109
T110
D5
D5
1102 FM-IF1 FM-IF2 2127 E7 T111 E5
7 8 /17 FM/AM
T102 0V 1 3190 T104 3191 5109 7P 2128 B8 T112 F7
B 1
MIXER
7
IF-OUT
0V 5110
B 2129 C7 T113 A9
120R 120R I 1 O 3 I 1 O 3 component mounted
1131 T103 ANT AM-AFC 2130 F11 T114 B11
YKD31- 2 2128
0432 2131 F8 T116 F10

330R
5114 450kHz

3192
8 0.1V G G
2 2 2132 F8 T117 F13

0.7V 1.1V
C-PAD OSC. AM/FM 3 4
Vvaricap

10u 2133 F8 T118 G11


OUT D

330R
3193
GND VCC 2 2134 I8 T120 F13

1.4V
0.2V

1.4V

1.4V

0.4V

1.4V
9V

0.7V
1.4V
7101 2135 I9 T121 F13
1 6 VERSION DETECTION 2136 H14 T122 E13
2 3 4 6 5 9 10 TEA5762 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34
2137 H13 T123 E13

AM-MIXOUT

AM|FM
1.6-8V

7 8

AGC

NC

RF-GND2

AM-IF1-IN

VSTABA

FM-IF1-IN

AM-IF2

FM-IF2

VSTABB
7.2V

2165 7P P1 6120 2138 F9 T124 G14


AM DET 2139 G9 T125 F14
100n 1.2V
C 2129 2V 0.7V
BAS216
C 2140 G9 T126 F13

PROGRAMMABLE
T107 AM-IF 2141 F10 T127 F13

100K
OUTPUT PORTS

3156
1 RIPPLE FM-IF2-IN 33
3195 AGC P1 0.2V 2143 G12 T140 F11
3194
2K2
+FM 100u FM
AM AM 2144 G11 T141 F10
100R 0V 2 IF1 0V

2161 p
32
p

AM-RF FRONTEND MIXER AM-AFC 7111 2145 E11 T142 F10


100n

100n
2190

C CTRL
1.4V
P0
BC847C 2146 E12
2147 E12

100K

100K
3170

3157
3 FM-GND
AGC AM FM P1 31 7.5V
AM 2148 E12

2163 LW
IF IF2
OSC 2149 H7

100n
3105 T109
4 RF-GND1 P0 30 7.5V 2150 A10

CONTROL
AGC
220R CONTROL 0.1V 2159 D5
BAS216

3161 2161 C11


D 0.1V 5 29 0V
D
6106

FM-OSC PRE- MULTI- WRITE-EN


LW only SCALER PLEXER
2162 H12
22K 2163 D11
0V T110 3160
0V 6 AM-OSC DATA 28 0V 2164 G10
3108 0V 7104
AGC
RIPPLE VSTABA VSTABB 470R 2165 C7
2K2 0.7V BC337-40 VDD 3159 2166 E11
27 0V
2159

7.8V 7 VCC1 CLOCK


33p

5V 152kHz, 50mVpp
VCC1 STABILIZER 2167 E11
P01 LW =HIGH 8.2V AGC AM 3169 2166 470R 2169 G8

2148

2147

220p
2146

220p
1.6-8V 8 I-TUNE DET DIG-GND 26 2190 C3

2n2
CHARGE
MW/LW-RF PUMP
150K 1n
1-8V 0V 3105 D5
1 6105-1 2
VCO 3142 FM 5121 2167 stereo mono stereo 3108 D2
T111 1V 9 VCO XTAL 25 1.4V
7 DET 3109 G4
3141 1.3V VCC2 OSC 12p
E HN1V02H 0.7V 10 AF-OUT MONO/
DT-381 75 kHz
24 stereo 0.2V 3 stereo 0.4V
E 3123 H3
3125 H2
56K
2107

AM FRAME AERIAL 100K mono 4.8V 3128 H3


1u

STEREO mono 4.8V


1103 5102 8 MW 2127 3132 G4
1120

2145

220p
7 11 MPX-IN STEREO 23
T105 VDD
8.2V 3158 T123 3134 H6

FIELDSTR-IND
STEREO
1 220n 1.2V DECODER AFC
VCC2 8.3V 3137 H7

FM-DEMOD
2
4101 * 6 1 5115 8
20p_LW

T106 470R 0V T122


2106

4 6 CLOCK 3141 E7
11p

7.5V

IF-GND
FILTER
RIGHT

PILOT
MUTE
1 5 2 7 3142 E6
0V T121

AFC+
0R

LEFT

AFC-
8 DATA

LPF
XH-S VDD 3143 G7
4 3 T112 6
0V T120 ENABLE/MPX

to/from
7 from 3144 G8
7KL
5 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22
2169 MPX

0.15V

1.1V
0.8V

0.6V

0.6V

1.1V
3145 F8

0.8V

1V

11V
2V
* T127 5

1V
0V
T140 3168 3167

1.2V
4102

7.8V 12Vtyp VCC 3146 G13


0R

6105 VCC1
F 3 2 1 8.2V 120R 120R (10-14V) T126 4 F 3150 H12

2141 T116
1 8 RIGHT
3151 H12

T141

T142

2130
8.2V

22n
3

470n 2133 2K2


VCC2 T125 GND

3145
3152 G14
B LW only
2 7

2138

100n
3153 G13

2u2
BIRDY FILTER 2

1132

C-PAD
2131

470n
3 6 LEFT 3154 F13

1u
5103 LW 7105
1 3155 G12
470n 11V T117 3154

2132
3 BC337-40 4 5
4 VCC2 FE-BT-VK-N 3156 C12
HN1V02H 2164 330R 3157 D12
2109

2108

100p

2 0.7V
10p

BZX284-C11
3172
5K6
0.1V 3158 E13
RDS only T124

2139

6107
1 12V
4

15p
6 3159 D13
AM-OSCILLATOR
3109

2
4K7

9.6V 3160 D13


8 7 VCC1 7112
3161 D13
G G
6105-2 3

HN1V02H 6

BC547C
3167 F12
MW=HIGH

3143

22K

T118 3168 F11


5119 8.2V 3155

470R

470R
3171

3146

3153

3152
2143

220n

22R
47K
VDD 3169 E11
4 3
5

P0 5123 MW 3144 2169 MPX 8.3V 150R 3170 D12


1.3V 3171 G12
3132

2140

2144
4 3 2 7.5V
47R

82p

1u
1K 2n2 to 1120 3172 G12
22p LW

2118 p

3176 pin 5
2120

2 0.7V BC857C 1 3176 H7


2p2
18p

8.9V

2137

220n

2136

220n
33K 7103 6 3180 I3
VDD VDD 6 1

BC857B
8 7 3190 B6
2149

33p

MPX

7110
3191 B7
8 7 DISCRIMINATOR 8.9V
BUFFER AMPLIFIER

3151

2162
3192 B6

68K

22u
p

+FM
3123

3134
2119

2125

560p

H H
4K7

22K
10p

8.3V 3193 B4
7.5V 3194 C4
P0 3125 8V BC857B 5122 LW 8.2V 3195 C3
7122
4101 E2
P01
10K 6.7V 7109 BC847C 0V 4 3 0V
4102 F3
4104 *

0V
2124 *

3128 0V 0.7V 3137 P0

3150
2123

390p

LW=HIGH 0V 2

10K
7124