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2001

DR-670

SERVICE NOTES
Issued by RJA
TABLE OF CONTENTS
SPECIFICATIONS.............................................................2 LOCATION OF CONTROLS PARTS LIST ...................4 LOCATION OF CONTROLS ..........................................5 EXPLODED VIEW PARTS LIST .....................................6 EXPLODED VIEW ............................................................6 PARTS LIST........................................................................8 IDENTIFYING THE VERSION NUMBER ..................11 SAVEING USER DATA & RELOADING SAVED DATA ....11 TEST MODE.....................................................................12 RESET TO DEFAULT FACTORY SETTINGS (FACTORY RESET) ...15 PROCEDURE FOR UPDATING THE SOFTWARE...15 ERROR MESSAGE LIST.................................................16 BLOCK DIAGRAM.........................................................18 CIRCUIT BOARD (MAIN) ............................................20 CIRCUIT DIAGRAM (MAIN).......................................22 CIRCUIT BOARD (JACK)..............................................24 CIRCUIT DIAGRAM (JACK) ........................................26

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Copyright 2001 ROLAND CORPORATION


All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced in any form without the written permission of ROLAND CORPORATION.

17058018E0

Printed in Japan (0800) (NB)

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Accessories
Owners Manual English (#G6017449) Alkaline Dry Battery LR6 (AA) type x6 (#********)

SPECIFICATIONS
DR-670 : Dr.Rhythm

Maximum Polyphony
20 voices * Depending on the instruments and drum kits used, maximum polyphony may be lower.

Options
AC Adaptor : Foot Switch : PSA series FS-5U

Foot Switch cable : PCS-31 (Roland) (1/4 inches Phone Plug (stereo) - 1/4 inches Phone Plug (mono) x 2) * In the interest of product improvement, the specifications and/or appearance of this unit are subject to change without prior notice.

Instruments
Drum : 256 Bass : 16

Rhythm Patterns
User Patterns : 200 Preset Patterns : 200

Songs
Songs : 100 Song Length : Maximum 250 patterns for a song Total Patterns for all songs : approx. 3,000

Maximum Note Storage


approx. 8,000 notes

Resolution
Per quater note : 96

Tempo
Quater note : 20 - 260 bpm

Recording Method
Realtime / Step

Pads
20

Display
Custom LCD

Connectors
Output Jacks L(MONO)/R Headphones Jack (stereo miniature phone type) Foot Switch Jack (stereo 1/4 inch phone type) MIDI Connectors IN/OUT AC Adaptor Jack (DC 9 V)

Power Supply
DC 9V : Dry Battery x6, AC Adaptor (PSA series)

Power Consumption
200 mA or less * Expected battery life under continuous use: Carbon : approx. 2.5 hours Alkaline : approx. 6 hours These figures will vary depending on the actual conditions of use.

Dimensions
213 (W) x 169 (D) x 53 (H) mm 8-7/16 (w) x 6-11/16 (D) x 2-1/8 (H) inches

Weight
750 g / 1 lb 11 oz (excluding dry batteries)

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LOCATION OF CONTROLS PARTS LIST


No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Part Code G2817161 G2567111 F5029411 F2477101 02671212 G2567112 02564267 F5029131 F5029132 13429825 F3449120 F3449106 F3449401 01340412 01676523 F3159109 13449717 G2817159 Part Name TOP CASE DISPLAY COVER LCD LMD-STC2K0802DRG DR-KNOG GT-3 ROTARY ENCODER EVE GB1 F15 24B RUBBER SWITCH for PAD PRESSURE SHEET SENSOR LED (RED) L-1394ID LED (GREEN) L-1394GD MIDI CONNECTOR YKF51-5054 2PZ 6.5MM JACK HTJ-064-10D 6.5MM JACK HTJ064-10I 3.6MM JACK HTJ-035-09DB P R-KNOB SF-A BLK/LCG 9M/M ROTARY POT. RK09K12A0 10KAx2 SWITCH(SLIDE) HSW-2022-01 ADAPTOR JACK HEC2392-01-150 BOTTOM CHASSIS

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LOCATION OF CONTROLS
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EXPLODED VIEW PARTS LIST


No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Part Code G2817161 G2567112 02564267 F5029411 G2257134 75D462000 G2817159 G2017617 75D4621000 F2477101 01340412 G2567111 F2369405 Part Name TOP CASE RUBBER SWITCH for PAD PRESSURE SHEET SENSOR LCD LMD-STC2K0802DRG LCD ISOLATION SHEET MAIN BOARD BOTTOM CHASSIS BATTERY CASE JACK BOARD DR-KNOG GT-3 P R-KNOB SF-A BLK/LCG DISPLAY COVER COATING CLIP Qty 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

EXPLODED VIEW

No. a b c d

Part Code 40011267 40011312 40012534 40019123

Part Name SCREW 3x6 BINDING TAPTITE P ZC SCREW 3x8 BINDING TAPTITE P BZC SCREW 3x6 BINDING TAPTITE S BZC SCREW 3x8 BINDING TAPTITE S BZC

Qty 16 12 1 1

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PARTS LIST
fig.part1e

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS: The parts marked have safety-related characteristics. Use only listed parts for replacement.

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS: The parts marked have safety-related characteristics. Use only listed parts for replacement. QTY PART NUMBER DESCRIPTION MODEL NUMBER Ex. 10 22575241 Sharp Key C-20/50 15 2247017300 Knob (orange) DAC-15D Failure to completely fill the above items with correct number and description will result in delayed or even undelivered replacement.

NOTE: The parts marked # are new. (initial parts)


fig.part2e

NOTE: Consider about the natural environment carefully before through the old lithium battery away when you exchange to the new one.

MB -> MAIN BOARD ASSY, JB -> JACK BOARD ASSY CASING # # G2567111 G2817161 DISPLAY COVER TOP CASE 1 1

CHASSIS #

G2817159

BOTTOM CHASSIS

KNOB, BUTTON # F2477101 01340412 # G2567112

DR-KNOG P R-KNOB RUBBER SWITCH

GT-3 SF-A BLK/LCG for PAD

1 1 1

SWITCH #

F3159109

SWITCH(SLIDE)

HSW-2022-01

SW1 on JB

JACK, EXT TERMINAL F3449401 # F3449120 F3449106 13429825 13449717

HTJ-035-09DB HTJ-064-10D HTJ064-10I YKF51-5054 2PZ HEC2392-01-150

3.6MM JACK 6.5MM JACK 6.5MM JACK MIDI CONNECTOR ADAPTOR JACK

JK5 on JB JK4 on JB JK2, JK3 on JB JK1 on MB JK1 on JB

1 1 2 1 1

DISPLAY UNIT # F5029411 LCD LMD-STC2K0802DRG NOTE: Replacement LCD LMD-STC2K0802DRG should be made on a unit base.

INC. WIRING A2001H02-14P

PCB ASSY # 75D4620000 75D4621000

MAIN BOARD ASSY JACK BOARD ASSY

INC. WIRING A2001H02-8P

1 1

IC # 02564290 01340789 01906156 01783123 02564289 F5229806 F5289604 F5259701 15249104 15259885 15189209 02346123 00458034 15289124 15199955 UPD703106AGJ-054-UEN BU9480F S-8520E33MC-BJS-T2 LH28F400BVE-BL85 LC24134B-UF2 MX23L6410TC-12 A62S6316-55S TC74HC04AFN TC7S04F(TE85L) TC7S32F(TE85L) BA15218 NJM4556AD TC75S51F TE85R PC-400 M51957BFP IC (CPU) IC (D/A CONVERTER) IC (DC-DC REGULATOR) IC (FLASH MEMORY/BLANK) IC (GATE ARRAY) IC (MASK ROM) IC (SRAM) IC (CMOS) IC (CMOS) IC (CMOS) IC (OP AMP) IC (OP AMP) IC (OP AMP) IC (PHOTO COUPLER) IC (RESET IC) IC4 on MB IC13 on MB IC11 on MB IC5 on MB IC3 on MB IC2 on MB IC7 on MB IC1 on MB IC9 on MB IC8 on MB IC1 on JB IC2 on JB IC12 on MB IC6 on MB IC10 on MB 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

# # #

TRANSISTOR 15119132 15129113 # 02567101 15329518 15129204

2SA1015-GR(TPE2) 2SC1740SR 2SJ278 DTA114TKAT146 DTC343TS TP

TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR

Q5 on JB Q1 on JB Q2 on MB Q3, Q4 on MB Q2, Q3, Q4, Q6 on JB

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DR-670

RN2421(TE85L)

TRANSISTOR

Q1 on MB

DIODE F5019203 15339119T0 02783023 01780045 15019126 15339108 15339109 F5029132 F5029131 1N4004 1SS-352 RB500V-40 RB051L-40 1SS133 T-77 DA204K T146 DAP202K T146 L-1394GD L-1394ID DIODE DIODE DIODE SCHOTTKY DIODE SWITCHING DIODE DIODE ARRAY DIODE ARRAY LED (GREEN) LED (RED) D1, D2 on JB D1, D3 on MB D4 on MB D2 on MB D3, D4 on JB DA12, DA13 on MB DA1, DA2, DA3, DA4, DA5, DA6, DA7, DA8, DA9, DA10, DA11 LED2 on MB LED1 on MB 2 2 1 1 2 2 11 1 1

# #

RESISTOR # # # # # F5429385 F5429411 F5429346 F5429376 F5429349 F5429480 00566867 00567023 00567156 00567289 00567412 100K OHM F RANK (1%) 1MF 1% 3.3KF 1% 39KF 1% 4.7KF 1% 4.7MK 1% RPC05T 100 J RPC05T 101 J RPC05T 102 J RPC05T 103 J RPC05T 104 J CHIP RESISTOR CHIP RESISTOR CHIP RESISTOR CHIP RESISTOR CHIP RESISTOR CHIP RESISTOR MTL.FILM RESISTOR MTL.FILM RESISTOR MTL.FILM RESISTOR MTL.FILM RESISTOR MTL.FILM RESISTOR R42 on MB R35 on MB R25 on MB R56 on MB R24 on MB R38 on MB R2, R37 on MB R6, R64, R65, R66 on MB R4 on MB R1, R5, R8, R9, R22, R28, R36 on MB R27, R29, R30, R31, R33, R34, R39, R43, R44, R45, R47, R50, R51, R52, R53, R54, R59, R60, R61, R62 on MB R7 on MB R63 on MB R26, R32, R46, R57 on MB R58 on MB R3 on MB R10, R11, R12, R13, R14, R15, R16, R17, R18, R19, R20, R21 on MB R23 on MB R48, R49 on MB R11, R12, R23, R24, R26, R29 on JB R1, R3, R4, R8, R9, R10, R16, R20, R21, R22 on JB R14, R27, R33, R34, R35 on JB R5, R17 on JB R30, R32 on JB R2 on JB R31 on JB R13, R25 on JB R6, R7, R18, R19 on JB R15, R28 on JB RA13, RA14 on MB RA1, RA2, RA3, RA4, RA5 on MB RA7, RA8, RA9, RA11 on MB RA6, RA10, RA12 on MB 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 4 1 7 20

00567034 00567045 00567434 00567056 00566934 00566967 00567245 00567378 13749797T0 13749821T0 13749845T0 13749823T0 13749757T0 13749805T0 13749853T0 13749785T0 13749837T0 13749839T0 F5419707 F5419717 F5419715 F5419718

RPC05T 121 J RPC05T 151 J RPC05T 154 J RPC05T 181 J RPC05T 330 J RPC05T 470 J RPC05T 472 J RPC05T 473 J SR25TRE 102 J SR25TRE 103 J SR25TRE 104 J SR25TRE 123 J SR25TRE 220 J SR25TRE 222 J SR25TRE 224 J SR25TRE 331 J SR25TRE 473 J SR25TRE 563 J CRN34 101J CRN34 560J CRN34 680J YC-15 103 J

MTL.FILM RESISTOR MTL.FILM RESISTOR MTL.FILM RESISTOR MTL.FILM RESISTOR MTL.FILM RESISTOR MTL.FILM RESISTOR MTL.FILM RESISTOR MTL.FILM RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR RESISTOR ARRAY RESISTOR ARRAY RESISTOR ARRAY RESISTOR ARRAY

1 1 4 1 1 12 1 2 6 10 5 2 2 1 1 2 4 2 2 5 4 3

# #

POTENTIOMETER 01676523

RK09K12A0 10KAx2

9M/M ROTARY POT.

VR1 on JB

CAPACITOR # F5369602 F5367542 F5367546 F5367545 13519621M0 13519628 13519617M0 01674556 13519623M0 13519627M0 13519631M0 01675167 01675190 01675312

0.33/50V 10/16V 100/16V 47/16V 1H101K5 DD104-989B331K50 ECCR1H470J5 ECJ1VB1H472K ECKR1H151KB5 ECKR1H271KB5 ECKR1H561KB5 GRM39CH100D50PT GRM39CH220J50PT GRM39CH221J50PT

ALUMINIUM ELECTROLYTIC CAPACITOR ALUMINIUM ELECTROLYTIC CAPACITOR ALUMINIUM ELECTROLYTIC CAPACITOR ALUMINIUM ELECTROLYTIC CAPACITOR CERAMIC CAPACITOR CERAMIC CAPACITOR CERAMIC CAPACITOR CERAMIC CAPACITOR CERAMIC CAPACITOR CERAMIC CAPACITOR CERAMIC CAPACITOR CERAMIC CAPACITOR CERAMIC CAPACITOR CERAMIC CAPACITOR

00567978

GRM39F104Z25PT

CERAMIC CAPACITOR

F3519652

0.1U

CHEMICAL CAPACITOR

C38 on MB C4, C7, C27 on MB C44, C46 on MB C53, C62 on MB C30, C31, C35, C36 on JB C15, C27 on JB C6, C8, C19, C20 on JB C60, C61 on MB C17, C29 on JB C16, C28 on JB C14, C26 on JB C14, C19 on MB C68, C69, C70, C71, C72, C73, C74, C75, C76, C77, C78, C79, C80 on MB C39, C40, C41, C42, C43, C48, C49, C50, C51, C52, C55, C56, C57, C58, C59, C63, C64, C65, C66, C67 on MB C2, C3, C6, C8, C9, C11, C12, C13, C15, C16, C17, C18, C20, C21, C22, C23, C24, C25, C26, C28, C29, C30, C31, C32, C33, C34, C35, C36, C37, C45, C47, C54 on MB C3, C37, C38 on JB

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CAPACITOR # 13629150 F3629700 # F3629504 13549313M0

DR-670

100/16V 10/16V (H=7MM) 47/16V ECQ-B1H472KF3

CHEMICAL CAPACITOR CHEMICAL CAPACITOR CHEMICAL CAPACITOR POLYEST CAPACITOR

C1, C2 on JB C7, C10, C11, C12, C13, C18, C21, C23, C24, C25, C34, C39 on JB C4, C5, C32, C33 on JB C9, C22 on JB

2 12 4 2

INDUCTOR, COIL, FILTER # F2449218 # F2449219 # F5409116 # F5409115

SLF12575T151M1R5 150UH SLF7045T-4R7M2R0 4.7UH BCB809535-600 MB-20129-0600NR

COIL COIL EMI FILTER EMI FILTER

L5 on MB L6 on MB L1, L2, L3, L4, L5, L6 on JB L1, L2, L3, L4, L7 on MB

1 1 6 5

CRYSTAL, RESONATOR # F5299114

HC-49SM 5MHZ

CRYSTAL

X1 on MB

ENCODER 02671212 EVE GB1 F15 24B ROTARY ENCODER EN1 on MB 1

CONNECTOR # F3439174 # F3439173 # F3439175

CONNECTOR CONNECTOR CONNECTOR

A2001WV2-2P A2001WV2-8P A2001WV2-14P

CN1 on JB CN3 on MB CN2 on MB

1 1 1

WIRING, CABLE # G3487424

WIRING

2P L=230 A2001H02-2P

CN1 on JB to BATTERY CASE

PICKUP, SENSOR # 02564267

PRESSURE SHEET SENSOR

SCREW 40011267 40012534 40011312 40019123 SCREW 3x6 SCREW 3x6 SCREW 3x8 SCREW 3x8 BINDING TAPTITE P FE ZC BINDING TAPTITE S FE BZC BINDING TAPTITE P BZC BINDING TAPTITE S BZC 16 1 12 1

PACKING # # # #

G260721301 G2237618 G2237615 G2237617

PACKING CASE PAD BATTERY PAD L PAD R

1 1 1 1

MISCELLANEOUS G2017617 G2027602 G2177306 G2177305 G2177304 # F2369405 12569249 # G2147127 # G2357119 # G2257134 # H2369430 # F2569111 # G2257133 # G2147126

BATTERY CASE BATTERY COVER BATTERY TERMINAL (-) BATTERY TERMINAL (+) BATTERY TERMINAL (+/-) COATING CLIP CR2032 220MAH/3V DC JACK HOLDER FOOT LCD ISOLATION SHEET LED SPACER LITHIUM BATTERY HOLDER MAIN BOARD SHIELD SHEET PHONE JACK HOLDER

LITHIUM BATTERY

LEDS-1.5 TACT383-009

BT1 on MB

1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 4 1 2 1 1 1

ACCESSORIES (STANDARD) # G6017448 OWNERS MANUAL SET JAPANESE # G6017449 OWNERS MANUAL SET ENGLISH ******** ALKALINE DRY BATTERY LR6 (AA) TYPE NOTE : The above part (ALKALINE DRY BATTERY LR6) does not supply as replacement parts,because it is options. 40232389 WARRANTY CARD (JAPAN ONLY)

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IDENTIFYING THE VERSION NUMBER


While holding down [REC] and [6] buttons, turn on the DR-670s power. The following message will appear on the LCD display. The mask CPU (IC4 on Main Board) version is shown. The flash memory (IC5 on Main Board) can be updated from the external MIDI device. 100A means Version 1.00A.
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Saving the DR-670s data (Bulk Dump)


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MIDI OUT

MIDI IN

| | |--- FLASH ROM VERSION | | | --- MASK CPU VERSION

Transmit device (DR-670)

Receive device (MIDI Sequencer etc.)

To carry out Bulk Dump, select the MIDI mode (by holding down [SHIFT] and pressing Keypad [14] (MIDI) buttons) and proceed as follows: 1. Press [
fig.09-12

] and [

] buttons to select TX BULK.

SAVEING USER DATA & RELOADING SAVED DATA


Saving your DR-670 data in a MIDI sequencer or another DR-670 is known as Bulk Dump. Conversely, returning data saved in the MIDI sequencer back to the DR-670, or receiving data transmitted from another DR-670 is called Bulk Load. Perform Bulk Dump and Bulk Load in the MIDI mode. To select the MIDI mode, stop the performance first. Then, hold down [SHIFT] and press Key pad [14](MIDI) buttons.
fig.09-02a_e

2. Select the data you want to transmit by rotating the [TEMPO/VALUE] control. ALL: All of the DR-670s data SEQ: KIT: Data recorded in User patterns and Songs All of the User drum kits UTIL: Utility mode, MIDI mode, and DPP assignment data 3. Press [START] button. Bulk Dump starts, and the Tempo indicator lights up. After a few moments, the Temp indicator will go out and Bulk Dump is completed.

Holding down
fig.09-03

If you select ALL for Bulk Dump, the memory of the receiving device may become full and further dumping may be rejected. If this occurs, select the SEQ, UTIL or KIT option and repeat Bulk Dump.

Setting the Device ID


Patterns, drum kits and other device-specific data are transmitted and received as Exclusive messages during Bulk Dump or Bulk Load. You must assign correct device identification numbers (Device IDs) so that the devices can recognize them. Set device ID by performing the following operation in the MIDI mode. 1. Press [
fig.09-10

Returning Saved Data to the DR-670 (Bulk Load)


fig.09-13e

MIDI OUT

MIDI IN

] and [

] buttons and select DEV.

2. Rotate the [TEMPO/VALUE] handle and set the device ID.

Transmit device (MIDI Sequencer etc.) Setting values: 17 to 32

Receive device (DR-670)

To carry out Bulk Load, select the MIDI mode (by holding down [SHIFT] and pressing Keypad [14] (MIDI) buttons) and proceed as follows: 1. Press [
fig.09-14

] and [

] buttons to select RX BULK.

2. Transmit the saved data from the connected MIDI device. Bulk Load starts, and the REC indicator lights up. After a few moments, the REC indicator will go out and Bulk Load is completed.

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TEST MODE
Equipment items
1.AC Adaptor PSA series 2.MIDI Cable 3.Foot Switch x2pcs. (FS-5U x2) 4.Foot Switch Cord PCS-31 (Stereo Phone Jack <> Phone Jack x2) 5.Oscilloscope 6.Noise Meter 7.Headphones 8.Monitor Amp (Stereo)

Selecting Test Items


You can select the desired test item by rotating the Encoder control. 1. Version/Power Voltage
fig.1-1

| | | | | | | | Version B Version A | Power Voltage "T-B": Power Voltage OK "NG": Power Voltage NG | | | | | Power Voltage (x100) Version A: CPU Mask Program Version (w/minor version) Version B: Flash program Version (w/minor version) ex: Power Voltage 830: 8.30 V Version A/B 123D: Ver.1.23D 100C: ver.1.00C
Test: Supply 9.0 V 0.1 V to TEST DC IN JACK, and check if T-B is displayed on the LCD. The source voltage supplied to the DR-670s main board (via the CN3 connector with +9V pin 1 and GND pin 2) is measured by the CPU and indicated on the display. When 9.0V power is supplied to the DC IN jack, the Power Voltage of 750 to 893 (7.50 to 8.93V) is indicated due to a slight voltage drop in the jack board circuit or a device error. The LCD display shows the T-B within this range. A precise 9.0-volt reading may not be output due to the PSA series adapter used for the test. However, you can perform other tests normally even if power voltage NG is shown. 2. Lithium Battery
fig.2-1e

Test items
1.Version / Power Voltage 2.Lithium Battery 3.Gate Array 4.Mask ROM 5.SRAM 6.Flash Memory 7.MIDI 8.LED 9.LCD 10.Switch 11.Pad 12.Encoder 13.Foot SW 14.Output 15.Factory Reset 16.Normal operation check 17.PAD test 18.Battery operation check Cautions: The Test programs are executed in the flash memory. Items 1 to 15 are executed in the Test mode. During these tests, all user memory data are LOST. Save your data by Bulk Dump before starting the tests.

Preparation
Power supply : Plug the PSA series Power Adapter (optional) into the DR-670. FOOT SW : MIDI : Connect two FS-5Us via PCS-31. Set the POLARITY switch to Jack side on each FS-5U. Loop the IN and OUT terminals.

| | | | | The Lithium battery voltage is shown. | "OK" (Normal) or "NG" (Low voltage) is displayed.
Operation : You can select another test by rotating the Encoder control. Test : Make sure that OK is displayed. OK means that the current Lithium battery voltage is 2.70 to 3.70V (270 to 370). You can select another test by rotating the Encoder control regardless of the voltage test result.

Selecting the Test Mode


While holding down [REC] and [6] buttons, turn on the DR-670s power. The power voltage and version A/B will appear on the display.

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3. Gate Array
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7. MIDI
fig.7-1

Operation : Press [START] button to start the Gate Array test. If the result is OK, you can select another test by rotating the Encoder control. If NG, the test has failed. You cannot start another test.
fig.3-2e

Operation : Press [START] button to start the MIDI test. If the result is OK, you can select another test by rotating the Encoder control. If NG, the test has failed. You cannot start another test.
fig.7-2e

| | | | | The readout is displayed during error. | "OK" (Normal) or "NG" (Test failure) is displayed.
4. Mask ROM
fig.4-1

| | | | | The error code is displayed. | "OK" (Normal) or "NG" (Test failure) is displayed.
Error codes 0000 to 0007 : Receive status error 1000 : Tx Buffer Full Error 2000 : Verify Error 3000 : Data Number Error (Too much data exists.)

Operation : Press [START] button to start the Mask ROM test. If the result is OK, you can select another test by rotating the Encoder control. If NG, the test has failed. You cannot start another test.
fig.4-2e

4000 : Rx Buffer Full Error 5000 : Data Number Error (Very little data exists.) 8. LEDs
fig.8-1

| | | | | The error count is displayed during error. | "OK" (Normal) or "NG" (Test failure) is displayed.
5. SRAM
fig.5-1

Operation : Press [START] button to start the LED test. You can select another test by rotating the Encoder control. Test : The red and green LEDs light alternately each time you press [START] button. Visually check the lit LED positions and their brightness. (A click must be heard from OUTPUT JACK.) 9. LCD Panel
fig.9-1

Operation : Press [START] button to start the SRAM test. If the result is OK, you can select another test by rotating the Encoder control. If NG, the test has failed. You cannot start another test.
fig.5-2e

Operation : Press [START] button to start the LCD Panel test. You can select another test by rotating the Encoder control. Test : Divide the display dots into 16 groups, and check the on/off switching of each group. The dot groups are switched and displayed one after the other when you press [START] button.

| | | | | The error address is displayed during error. | "OK" (Normal) or "NG" (Test failure) is displayed.
6. Flash Memory
fig.6-1

When the 16-th group of dots come on, all dots turn on when you press [START] button. Then, all dots go out when you press [START] button again. Visually check each one for a missing dots, and uneven or intensity error display. (A click must be heard from OUTPUT JACK.) 10. Switches
fig.10-1e

Operation : Press [START] button to start the Flash Memory test. If the result is OK, you can select another test by rotating the Encoder control. If NG, the test has failed. You cannot start another test.
fig.6-2e

| | | | | "ON," "OFF" or "NG" is displayed. | The name and status of the operated switch are shown.
Operation : The switch ON or OFF status appears when you turn it on or off.

| | | | | The checksum result is displayed. | "OK" (Normal) or "NG" (Test failure) is displayed.

Turn all switches on and off one after the other, and make sure that their correct names and ON or OFF state appear. If you operate two switches simultaneously, NG is displayed. You can select another test by rotating the Encoder control.

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11. Pad
fig.11-1e

DR-670
14. Output
fig.14-1

| | | | | Your padding force is indicated within 0 to 100 | "NG" is displayed. | The pressed pad is shown.
Operation : When a pad name is displayed, press it. Your padding force will be shown within 0 to 100. The test starts from the left upper end [G] pad. Press the pads one after the other, and check their display values. Check the following points. 1. The display value increases or decreases according to your padding force. 2. The display value reaches the limit (100) when you press strongly. If you press two pads simultaneously, NG is displayed. You can select another test by rotating the Encoder control. 12. Encoder
fig.12-1e

| | | | | Rch: "SQR-", "SIN-", "MUTE" | Lch: "SQR+", "SIN+", "MUTE


Operation : (1) [1] button 1k Hz square waves are output on L channel, but they are delayed 90 degrees on R channel. (2) [2] button 1k Hz sine waves are output in the same phase on both L and R channels. (3) [3] button Mute (1) Check the waveforms and their phases. (2) Check the waveforms. The OUTPUT level of both L and R channels must be +3 dB +/- 1 dB (FLAT) when the Amplitude control is at the MAX position. (3) Shake the DR-670 and make sure that no abnormal sounds are heard. * Accurate frequency of output waveforms: 1.0173k Hz 15. Factory Reset
fig.15-1

| | | | | Accumulation result is shown. | The readout increases or decreases by 1 when you rotate the control slowly.
Operation : 1. Press [START] button to start the Encoder test. 2. Check the display by rotating the Encoder control. The value must increase when you rotate the control clockwise (CW), and decrease when rotate it counterclockwise (CCW). 3. Press [STOP] button to stop the Encoder test. You can select another test by rotating the Encoder control. 13. Foot Switch
fig.13-1e

Operation : Press [START] button to start Factory Reset. 16. Normal operation check Turn on the DR-670s power again, and press [START] button. Check the pattern playback sounds. Rotate the sound control and make sure that the sound level changes smoothly. Press [STOP] button to stop playback. Connect the headphones and check the playback sound and volume change of the pattern with the operation mentioned above. Place the control at the MAX position, and measure the residual noise using a noise meter. (The noise level of both L and R channels must be -85 dBm (JIS-A).) Increase the sound level of the playback amp, and check for sound control noise. Place the control at the MAX position, and check for noise and howling. 17. PAD test Press [BASS] button to select the BASS sound mode.

| | | | | "ON," "OFF" or "NG" is displayed. | The name and status of the operated switch are shown.
Operation : The name and ON or OFF status of foot switch appear when you operate it. Operate the foot switches one after the other, and check for their name and on/off status appear. If you operate two switches simultaneously, NG is displayed. You can select another test by rotating the Encoder control.

Beat each pad by changing the force, and make sure that the base sound level changes. Below indicates failure: No sound is output. Sound is too short. Sound continues without stopping. Noise is generated.

18. Battery operation check Unplug the AC adapter from the DR-670, and insert six dry cells into the battery box. Turn on the DR-670s power and make sure that it operates normally. If the output voltage of the six dry cells is below 7 Vdc, the DRY BATTERY LOW message is displayed.

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RESET TO DEFAULT FACTORY SETTINGS (FACTORY RESET)


Caution : When Factory Reset is carried out, all data stored in the DR-670 are LOST. The unit is returned to the settings in effect when it was shipped from the factory. If you already have important data stored in the DR-670, save it to an external MIDI device (such as a MIDI sequencer) by Bulk Dump before starting Factory Reset.
fig.00-05

Operation
Cautions : All user data are LOST during updating. Before starting updating, save your data by following the Saving or Loading Data procedure. Data updating takes approximately 10 minutes. 1. Save the user data by following the Saving or Loading Data procedure. 2. While holding down [REC] and [0] buttons, turn on the DR-670s power. The following message will appear.
fig.up-1e

| | | --- FLASH ROM VERSION | | |--- MASK CPU VERSION


100A means Version 1.00A. Only the Flash Memory contents can be updated from the external MIDI device. 3. Insert the SMF Update disk into the drive of the MIDI sequencer, and start updating. 4. The red LED will flash or light when updating starts.
fig.up-2

BLKn : The block number being received (n is 1 to 8).

2,3

ssss :

The checksum of each block. It shows the checksum of the previously received block.

5. Block reception is completed when the following message appears: 1. While holding down [REC] and [STOP/CONT] buttons, turn on the DR670s power.
fig.00-06 fig.up-3

aaaa : Checksum of all blocks ssss : 2. Press [


fig.00-07

Checksum of the last block

] button.

Check the aaaa checksum value of all blocks.

The FCT RST OK? confirmation message appears.

6. Turn off the DR-670s power. 7. Turn on the DR-670s power again without pressing any key. When the following message appears, press [ initialize the user data. ] button to

To cancel Factory Rest, just turn off the power. 3. Press [ ] button once more.

fig.up-4

Factory Reset is completed, and DONE appears. 4. Turn off the DR-670s power. 8. Load the saved user data. Note: When the following is displayed in Bulk Load with products of serial numbers earlier than ZO95000, remove the 10/16V (C5) capacitor on the main board. (C5 part will not be implemented.) Then perform Bulk Load again.

PROCEDURE FOR UPDATING THE SOFTWARE


Equipment items
1. MIDI Sequencer 2. Update SMF 2HD Disk Set (#17041070)

Connection
Plug one end the MIDI cable into MIDI IN of the DR-670, and the other end into MIDI OUT of the MIDI sequencer.

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fig.10-07

ERROR MESSAGE LIST


Incorrect operation or operation failure causes an error message to appear. The following lists the possible error messages and actions to be taken.
fig.10-01

MIDI Exclusive messages could not be received correctly. Press [STOP/CONT] button and retry the operation.
fig.10-07a

The DR-670s dry cells (batteries) are running low. Use the AC adapter, or replace the cells. Press [STOP/CLEAR] button to clear the message. If you continue to use the DR-670 at low voltage, sounds may be distorted or the unit may not operate correctly.
fig.10-02

The system failed to process data as it tried to concurrently process an abnormally large amount of data. Press [STOP/CONT] button. Make sure that the unit is not being forced to handle an excessive amount of data (in patterns or MIDI message reception) at a time, and try to reduce the amount of data to be processed.
fig.10-07b

The service life of DR-670s memory backup battery has almost expired. (This message appears when the power is turned on.) Replace the battery as soon as possible. Consult the Roland Service Center for backup battery replacement. Caution: Although you can clear the message by pressing [STOP/CONT] button and continue to operate the DR-670, recorded patterns and songs may be lost when you turn off the power.
fig.10-03

An unidentifiable error has occurred in the system. Shut down the DR-670 immediately.

Data stored in the DR-670 has been corrupted. You need to reset the data. (This message appears when the power is turned on.) Press [
fig.10-04

] button to restore the factory settings.

Memory is full. No more patterns or songs can be recorded. Press [STOP/CONT] button. To continue recording, first delete unnecessary patterns or songs.
fig.10-04a

The number of patterns recorded in the song exceeded 250. Press the [STOP/CONT] button. You cannot record any further to the song currently being edited. To continue, create a new song, then use Song Chain.
fig.10-05

When trying to copy or clear a pattern or song, no data to be copied or cleared has been recorded in the copy source and pattern and song. Check the pattern and song numbers of the copy source or data to be cleared.
fig.10-05a

A MIDI Active Sensing error has occurred. The devices or cables connected to the MIDI IN port have failed. Check the connected devices and cables.
fig.10-06

The DR-670s processing capacity was exhausted as it received too much MIDI data. Press [STOP/CONT] button. Reduce the amount of MIDI data and send again from the MIDI device to the DR-670.
fig.10-07c

Reception of data during Bulk Load was cancelled before the operation was completed. Press the [STOP/CONT] button, then try carrying out Bulk Load again.

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BLOCK DIAGRAM
fig.block

ENCODER LCD MODULE

FOOT SW
IC1 BA15218 IC13 DAC
BU9480
2/6 IC1

IC6 IN MIDI OUT


PHOTO COUPLER

IC2 NJM4556

PHONES
L(MONO)

R
IC4 CPU IC3 GATE ARRAY

OUTPUT

Q3

uPD703106 VOLUME

RED
1

Q4

ANALOG SWITCH

POWER DC-DC CONVERTER


VCC_3.3

GREEN
DATA BUS

IC11 Q2

DC IN 9V BATTERY

ADDRESS BUS IC12 CR2032 4/6 IC1

JACK BOARD IC7 SRAM

VCC_3.3

PRESSURE SENSOR

SW MATRIX

Q1 Vpp

IC5
FLASH MEM

MAIN BOARD

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CIRCUIT BOARD (MAIN)


fig_circuit board_MAIN-1.eps

View from components side

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fig_circuit board_MAIN-2.eps

DR-670

View from fiol side

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CIRCUIT DIAGRAM (MAIN)


fig.main

A
D +3. 3 R1 10k 13

WAVE ROM GATE ARRAY


IC2 WA22 WA21 WA20 WA19 WA18 WA17 WA16 WA15 WA14 WA13 WA12 WA11 WA10 WA9 WA8 WA7 WA6 WA5 WA4 WA3 WA2 WA1 R4 1k 12 13 11 14 15 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 1 24 27 DC 36 D 1 2 3 5 4 2 C9 0.1 A21 A20 A19 A18 A17 A16 A15 A14 A13 A12 A11 A10 A9 A8 A7 A6 A5 A4 A3 A2 A1 A0 WORD/BYTE CE OE/OE/DC NC MX23L6410TC-12 O15/A-1 O14 O13 O12 O11 O10 O9 O8 O7 O6 O5 O4 O3 O2 O1 O0 VCC VCC 46 44 42 40 35 33 31 29 45 43 41 39 34 32 30 28 38 37 WA0 WD7 WD6 WD5 WD4 WD3 WD2 WD1 WD0 WA22 WA21 WA20 WA19 WA18 WA17 WA16 WA15 WA14 WA13 WA12 WA11 WA10 WA9 WA8 WA7 WA6 WA5 WA4 WA3 WA2 WA1 WA0 77 76 75 74 70 69 68 67 107 106 105 104 103 102 101 100 99 98 97 96 95 94 93 92 89 88 87 86 85 84 83 WD7 WD6 WD5 WD4 WD3 WD2 WD1 WD0 WA22 WA21 WA20 WA19 WA18 WA17 WA16 WA15 WA14 WA13 WA12 WA11 WA10 WA9 WA8 WA7 WA6 WA5 WA4 WA3 WA2 WA1 WA0 CD15 CD14 CD13 CD12 CD11 CD10 CD9 CD8 CD7 CD6 CD5 CD4 CD3 CD2 CD1 CD0 CA3 CA2 CA1 CA0 XCS XRD XWR XWAIT 24 23 22 21 20 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 142 141 140 139 114 115 113 116 D15 D14 D13 D12 D11 D10 D9 D8 D7 D6 D5 D4 D3 D2 D1 D0 A4 A3 A2 A1 CS3# RD# WR# WAIT# D AIN4 AIN3 AIN2 AIN1 AIN0 BATT-1 BATT-2 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 P77/ANI7 P76/ANI6 P75/ANI5 P74/ANI4 P73/ANI3 P72/ANI2 P71/ANI1 P70/ANI0 DRQ3/IP103/P07 DRQ2/IP102/P06 DRQ1/IP101/P05 DRQ0/IP100/P04 TO00/P03 IP001/P02 TIO00/IP000/P01 PWM0/P00 DMAAK3/PBD3 DMAAK2/PBD2 DMAAK1/PBD1 DMAAK0/PBD0 TO01/P13 IP011/P12 TIO10/IP010/P11 PWM1/P10 TC3/IP113/P27 TC2/IP112/P26 TC1/IP111/P25 TC0/IP110/P24 TO02/P23 IP021/P22 TIO20/IP020/P21 NMI/P20 CN1 N.I.U IC3 LC24134B-UF2 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 D +3. 3 65 66 67 68 69 70 D +3. 3 71 C3 0.1 D C4 10/16 72 AVSS AVDD/AVREF ADTRG/IP123/P37 IP122/P36 IP121/P35 RXD2/IP120/P34 TXD2/IP133/P33 SCK2/IP132/P32 SI2/IP131/P31 SO2/IP130/P30 SCK1/P45 RXD1/SI1/P44 TXD1/SO1/P43 SCK0/P42 RXD0/SIO/P41 TXD0/SO0/P40 PAH9/A25 PAH8/A24 PAH7/A23 PAH6/A22 PAH5/A21 PAH4/A20 PAH3/A19 PAH2/A18 PAH1/A17 PAH0/A16 PAL15/A15 PAL14/A14 PAL13/A13 PAL12/A12 PAL11/A11 PAL10/A10 PAL9/A9 PAL8/A8 PAL7/A7 PAL6/A6 PAL5/A5 PAL4/A4 PAL3/A3 PAL2/A2 PAL1/A1 PAL0/A0 PDL15/D15 D14/PDL14 D13/PDL13 D12/PDL12 D11/PDL11 D10/PDL10 D9/PDL9 D8/PDL8 D7/PDL7 D6/PDL6 D5/PDL5 D4/PDL4 D3/PDL3 D2/PDL2 D1/PDL1 D0/PDL0 PCM1/CLKOUT/BUSCLK PCM0/WAIT PCM4/REFRQ PCM3/HLDRQ PCM2/HLDAK PCT7/BCYST PCT6/OE PCT5/WE PCT4/RD PCT1/UCAS/UWR/UDQM PCT0/LCAS/LWR/LDQM PCS7/CS7 PCS6/CS6/RAS6 PCS5/CS5/IORD PCS4/CS4/RAS4 PCS3/CS3/RAS3 PCS2/CS2/IOWR PCS1/CS1/RAS1 PCS0/CS0 PCD3/UBE/SDRAS PCD2/LBE/SDCAS PCD1/SDCLK PCD0/SDCKE 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 90 91 87 88 89 92 93 94 95 96 97 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 A18 A17 A16 A15 A14 A13 A12 A11 A10 A9 A8 A7 A6 A5 A4 A3 A2 A1 CS0# WR# RD# RESET# 17 48 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 11 28 14 47 12 15

IC1F TC74HC04AF 11 12

FLASH
28F400BVE-BL85 A17 A16 A15 A14 A13 A12 A11 A10 A9 A8 A7 A6 A5 A4 A3 A2 A1 A0 CE WE OE WP BYTE RP RY/BY IC5 D +3. 3 DQ15/A-1 DQ14 DQ13 DQ12 DQ11 DQ10 DQ9 DQ8 DQ7 DQ6 DQ5 DQ4 DQ3 DQ2 DQ1 DQ0 VPP VCC VSS VSS NC NC NC 45 43 41 39 36 34 32 30 44 42 40 38 35 33 31 29 13
40mA

IC1E TC74HC04AF

MIDI
D +3. 3 JK1 YKF51-5054 R2 10 L7 MB-201209-0600NR D D 30 40 50 60 R3 33

WD7 WD6 WD5 WD4 WD3 WD2 WD1 WD0 D +3. 3

CPU

L1 25 22 24 L2 15 12 14 R7 120 L3 MB-201209-0600NR L4 MB-201209-0600NR C10 N.I.U D1 1SS352 D 5 OUT 2 MB-201209-0600NR MB-201209-0600NR R6 100 5 IN 2

GND GND GND GND

SYSCLK CLKIN CLKOUT XDREQ2 XDACK2 XDREQ1 XDACK1 XDREQ0 XDACK0 SELA SELB

110 111 112 128 129 130 131 132 133 124 125

SYSCLK

D IC6 PC400

66

XWOE

WREADY# DACK2# WSET# DACK1# 16SAMPLE# DACK0# SELA SELB

SWITCH

WREADY# WSET# 16SAMPLE# LCDBSY# VPPON# LCDRES

1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4

8 7 6 5 8 7 6 5 8 7 6 5 8 7 6 5 R10 47

D15 D14 D13 D12 D11 D10 D9 D8 D7 D6 D5 D4 D3 D2 D1 D0 WAIT# RA12 YC15-103J 5 10

RA6 YC15-103J D7 D6 D5 D4 D3 D2 D1 D0 1 2 3 4 6 7 8 9 5 10

R8 10k RA10 YC15-103J D +3. 3 A16 A15 A14 A13 A12 A11 A10 A9 A8 A7 A6 A5 A4 A3 A2 A1 WR# RD# UBE# LBE# 18 19 20 21 24 25 26 27 42 43 44 1 2 3 4 5 6 17 41 40 39 D VPPON# IC7 A15 A14 A13 A12 A11 A10 A9 A8 A7 A6 A5 A4 A3 A2 A1 A0 CE WE OE HB LB I/O15 I/O14 I/O13 I/O12 I/O11 I/O10 I/O9 I/O8 I/O7 I/O6 I/O5 I/O4 I/O3 I/O2 I/O1 I/O0 NC NC NC VCC VCC

9 10 16

D15 D14 D13 D12 D11 D10 D9 D8

1 2 3 4 6 7 8 9

5 10

46 27

C5 N.I.U D +3. 3

D +3. 3

C8 0.1 C7 10/16 D C6 R5 0.1 10k

R9 10k SYSCLK

SW(TAP TEMPO) 1 2 2 2 DA1 DAP202K 3 SW(1) 1 1 1 2

SW(FILL) 1 2 2 DA2 DAP202K 3 SW(2) 1 1 2

SW(DPP) 1 2 DA3 DAP202K 3 SW(3) 1 2

SW(DRUM A/B) 1 2 2 DA4 DAP202K SW(4) 1 1 2 IC1D TC74HC04AF IC1C TC74HC04AF 8 9 6

48 47 46 45 44 43 5 4 52 51 50 49 118 135 3 79 39 119 136 4 80 40 120 137 5 81 41 121 138 6 82 42

SWIN5 SWIN4 SWIN3 SWIN2 SWIN1 SWIN0 SWOUT3 SWOUT2 SWOUT1 SWOUT0 ANAI0 ANAI1 ANAI2 ANAI3 ANAI4 ANAI5 ANAI6 ANAI7 ANAI8 ANAI9 ANAI10 ANAI11 ANAI12 ANAI13 ANAI14 ANAI15 ANAI16 ANAI17 ANAI18 ANAI19

D +3. 3

XSWINT XENCINT FOOT0 FOOT1 ENCA ENCB LRCLK BCK SD MCK XRST ANAO0 ANAO1 ANAO2 ANAO3 ANAO4 VDD7 VDD6 VDD5 VDD4 VDD3 VDD2 VDD1 VDD0 VSS10 VSS9 VSS8 VSS7 VSS6 VSS5 VSS4 VSS3 VSS2 VSS1 VSS0

122 SWINT# 123 ENCINT# 33 34 31 32 28 27 25 26 30 16SAMPLE# 117 134 2 78 38 144 126 109 90 73 54 37 18 143 127 108 91 72 55 53 36 35 19 1 D AIN0 AIN1 AIN2 AIN3 AIN4 FOOT0 FOOT1 ENCA ENCB LRCLK BCLK SDATA R12 R13 R14 47 47 47 DACK2# DACK1# DACK0# SELB SELA GREEN# RED# SWINT# ENCINT#

3 2

1 2 3 4 6 7 8 9

R11

47

RD#

1 PAD1 PAD2 PAD3 PAD4 PAD5 PAD6 PAD7 PAD8 PAD9 PAD10 PAD11 PAD12 PAD13 PAD14 PAD15 PAD16 PAD17 PAD18 PAD19 PAD20

38 37 36 35 32 31 30 29 16 15 14 13 10 9 8 7 28 23 22 33 11 C11 0.1

D15 D14 D13 D12 D11 D10 D9 D8 D7 D6 D5 D4 D3 D2 D1 D0

D +3. 3

48 47 26 25

C2 0.1

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4

8 7 6 5 8 7 6 5 8 7 6 5 8 7 6 5 8 7 6 5

A18 A17 A16 A15 A14 A13 A12 A11 A10 A9 A8 A7 A6 A5 A4 A3 A2 A1

RA1 RA2 RA3 RA4 RA5

CRN34560J CRN34560J CRN34560J CRN34560J CRN34560J

D +3. 3

RA7 RA8 RA9 RA11

CRN34680J CRN34680J CRN34680J CRN34680J

D15 D14 D13 D12 D11 D10 D9 D8 D7 D6 D5 D4 D3 D2 D1 D0 D +3. 3 Q1 RN2421 2

10

37

CS4# CS3# WR# CS1# CS0# UBE# LBE# R15 R16 R17 R18 R19 R20 R21 47 47 47 47 47 47 47

SW(BASS) 1 2 2 2 DA5 DAP202K 3 SW(5) 1 1 1 2 1 1

SW(6) 2 2 DA6 DAP202K 3 SW(REC) 1 2 1 1

SW(7) 2 DA7 DAP202K 3 SW(SHIFT) 2 1 1 2 1

SW(8) 2 DA8 DAP202K SW(VOICE)

IC1B TC74HC04AF IC1A TC74HC04AF D +3. 3

GND GND A62S6316

34 12

C12 0.1

14

D +3. 3 D C14 10P 4

83 84 85 86 60 62 X1 1

P52/TO03 P51/IP031 P50/IP030/TI030 PCM5/SELFREF CKSEL X2 VPP/MODE2 MODE1 MODE0 18 57 58

SRAM
BACKUPVCC

D +3. 3

C13 0.1 7 IC1G D TC74HC04AF 2 DA11 DAP202K

SW(9) 1 2 2 DA9 DAP202K 3

SW(0) 1 2 DA10 DAP202K 3

SW(START) 1 2

63

X1 D +3. 3

R22 10k

CS1# 5 2 3 D IC4 UPD703106 C21 0.1 C36 0.1 RESET# D +3. 3 R24 4.7k(1%) 7 VDD IN VSS 4

1 4 2 IC8 TC7S32F 3 C20 0.1

2
3

C15 C16 C17 C18 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1

C19 D 10P

HC-49SM 5M D +3. 3 61

71

XDRST

CVDD

64 C26 0.1 C22 C23 C24 C25 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 59 D

LCD0 LCD1 LCD2 LCD3 LCD4 LCD5 LCD6 LCD7 LCDE LCDA

CVSS RESET VSS VSS VSS VSS VSS VSS VSS VSS VSS

1 SW(<)

63 62 61 60 59 58 57 56 64 65

29

BG104 GA LCDBSY# D +3. 3

VDD VDD VDD VDD VDD VDD VDD VDD VDD

134 124 112 98 81 37 47 27 8

XLCDBSY

C29 0.1 C28 0.1 C30 0.1

C31 0.1 C32 0.1

C33 0.1 C34 0.1

C35 0.1

IC9 TC7S04F

D D +3. 3

SW(>/ENTER)

SW(STOP/CONT) LD0 LD1 LD2 LD3 LD4 LD5 LD6 LD7 LDE LDA

9 28 48 38 82 99 113 125 135

RESET
OUT NC1 NC2 NC3 CAP 6 1 3 8 5 C38 0.33/50

PRESSURE SENSOR
PAD(ROLL) 1 2 PAD(CRASH1) 1 2 PAD(CRASH2) 1 2 PAD(BELL) 1 2 PAD(RIDE) 1 2 PAD1 PAD2 PAD3 PAD4 PAD5 PAD6 PAD7 PAD8 D +3. 3 R26 R27 R29 R30 R31 R32 R33 R34 150k 100k 100k 100k 100k 150k 100k 100k LDA LDE LD0 LD1 LD2 LD3 LD4 LD5 LD6 LD7

RA13 CRN34101J RA14 CRN34101J 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 8 7 6 5 8 7 6 5

TO LCD
D 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 L6 SLF7045T-4R7M2R0(4.7uH) 5 C46 100/16 C47 0.1 1 2 D D VIN IN VSS

C27 10/16

R23 4.7k

D L5 SLF12575T-151M1R5(150uH) 2 C44 100/16

2 Q2 2SJ278

D +3. 3 BATT-2 R28 10k C37 0.1 R25 3.3k(1%) R36 10k

2 4

C39 220p

PAD1

C40 220p

PAD2

C41 220p

PAD3

C42 220p

PAD4

C43 220p

PAD5

EXT

D2 RB051L-40

C45 0.1 D D +3. 3 D R37 10 4 IC12A TC75S51F 3 1 2 R38 4.7M(1%) C54 0.1 8 IC12B TC75S51F 2 + D R35 1M(1%)

D IC10 M51957BFP D +3. 3 1 2 2 1 D4 RB500V-40 D +3. 3

VOUT

+ D +3. 3 5

PAD(FLAM) 1 2

PAD(TOM1) 1 2

PAD(TOM2) 1 2

PAD(TOM3) 1 2

PAD(TOM4) 1 2

R64 100 R65 100 R66 100

IC11 S-8520E33MC-BJS

C48 220p

PAD6

C49 220p

PAD7

C50 220p

PAD8

C51 220p

PAD9

C52 220p

PAD10 PAD9 PAD10 PAD11 PAD12 PAD13 PAD14 PAD15 PAD16 R39 R45 R46 R47 R51 R52 R54 R57 100k 100k 150k 100k 100k 100k 100k 150k D +3. 3 C68 C69 C70 C71 C72 C73 C74 C75 C76 C77 C78 22p 22p 22p 22p 22p 22p 22p 22p 22p 22p 22p R40 N.I.U D D +3. 3

CN2 A2001WV2-14P

D +3. 3 BATT-1 R48 47k R49 47k FOOT0 FOOT1

R42 100k(1%)

TO JACK BOARD
C53 47/16 CN3 9V 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 5 7 6

D3 1SS352 BT1 TACT 383-009 (CR2032) R50 100k R43 100k

ENCODER
EN1B EVE GB1F1524B

VCC

PAD(E) 2

PAD(KICK) 2

PAD(SNARE) 2

PAD(CLOSED HH) 2

PAD(OPEN HH) 2 PAD17 PAD18 PAD19 PAD20 R59 R60 R61 R62 100k 100k 100k 100k D D

2 R58 180

1 D +3. 3 1 Q4 DTA114TKA 2 1 3 GREEN#

DA204K 2

A2001WV2-8P C79 22p C80 22p D

R55 N.I.U

R41 N.I.U

LED1 L-1394ID

SDAT

GND

C55 220p

20

D +3. 3 1 DA12 DA204K

D +3. 3 1

REF

2 C62 47/16

DA13

D D D

IC13 BU9480F D

C63 220p

PAD16

C64 220p

PAD17

C65 220p

PAD18

C66 220p

PAD19

C67 220p

PAD20

R63 150

LED2 L-1394GD 2

D LRCLK BCLK SDATA

ENCA ENCB

22

10

PAD11

C56 220p

PAD12

C57 220p

PAD13

C58 220p

PAD14

C59 220p

PAD15

Q3 DTA114TKA 2 RED#

BCLK

ROUT

C60 0.0047

C61 0.0047

R53 100k

EN1A EVE GB1F1524B

EN

LRCK

LOUT

PAD(A) 1 2

PAD(CROSS ST) 1 2

PAD(CLAP) 1 2

PAD(COWBELL) 1 2

PAD(PEDAL HH) 1 2

2.5V
R56 39k(1%)

R44 100K 1 3 2 A EN

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CIRCUIT BOARD (JACK)


fig_circuit board_jack-1.eps

View from components side

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DR-670

View from fiol side

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CIRCUIT DIAGRAM (JACK)


fig.jack

9V

Q1 2SC1740S 2 1 2 1 2 R2 2.2k D1 1N4004 1 C2 100/16 C3 0.1 2 1

A8V
+

R1 10k C1 100/16 C4 47/16 R3 10k

A4V
+

CN1 A2001WV2-2P JK1

DC IN 9V

4 5 1 3 2 HEC2392-01-150

C5 47/16

SW1A

POWER

D2

1 3

3
C6 47p

1N4004

HSW-2022-01

C7 10/16

R4 10k

R5 12k C8 47p

VOLUME
C10 10/16 C11 10/16 R7 47k 2 VR1A 10kA 12 13 3 + +

A C9 0.0047 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A 2 FOOT0 FOOT1 FOOT-GND DAOUT-L DAOUT-R 3 + C12 10/16 R14 100k + A R8 10k R9 10k C14 560p R10 10k C15 330p A 1

R6 47k 1 L1 BCB809535-600 2 4 1 JK2

TO MAIN BOARD

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IC1A BA15218

R13 330 IC2A NJM4556

C13 10/16

R15 56k

R11 1k 3

R12 1k Q2 DTC343TS A A 1 C16 270p

L(MONO)
HTJ-064-10I

CN2 B2011H02-8P

A A

C17 150p

C18 10/16

R16 10k

R17 12k C20 47p C21 10/16 R19 47k C23 10/16 7 23 IC1B BA15218 21 C27 330p A VR1B 10kA 22 + 6 5 +

C19 47p

2
L3 R26 1k C24 10/16 R27 100k R29 1k + R20 10k BCB809535-600

C22 0.0047

R18 47k 7 L2 BCB809535-600 R25 330 C25 10/16 R23 1k 2 3 C29 150p A A 1 R24 1k Q3 DTC343TS C28 270p A A 2 4 1 JK3

6 5 +

2
R

R21 10k C26 560p A

R22 10k

R28 56k

IC2B NJM4556 A

HTJ-064-10I

FOOT SWITCH
JK4 HTJ-064-10D

2 3 1

L4

BCB809535-600 C30 100p

C31 100p +

A + C32 47/16 D4 1SS133 2 R32 22 C34 10/16 R35 100k 3 IC2C NJM4556 4 C38 0.1 2 C39 10/16 C33 47/16 R33 100k R34 100k A A 3 1 R30 22 2 1

L5 BCB809535-600

D3 1SS133 1

L6 BCB809535-600

R31 220k VR1C SW1B 20 10 10kA + 4 IC1C BA15218 C37 0.1 + 8 + 8 1 A Q5 2SA1015

2 3 1

JK5

PHONES
HTJ-035-09D

Q4 DTC343TS 2 3 A 1 Q6 DTC343TS

A C35 100p

C36 100p

40 30 20 10

A A A

A HSW0847-01-010

A A A A

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Aug.2001

DR-670

For Nordic Countries

Apparatus containing Lithium batteries


ADVARSEL!
Lithiumbatteri - Eksplosionsfare ved fejlagtig hndtering. Udskiftning m kun ske med batteri af samme fabrikat og type. Levr det brugte batteri tilbage til leverandren.

ADVARSEL!
Lithiumbatteri - Eksplosjonsfare. Ved utskifting benyttes kun batteri som anbefalt av apparatfabrikanten. Brukt batteri returneres apparatleverandren.

CAUTION
Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced. Replace only with the same or equivalent type recommended by manufacturer. Discard used batteries according to the manufacturer's instructions.

VARNING!
Explosionsfara vid felaktigt batteribyte. Anvnd samma batterityp eller en ekvivalent typ som rekommenderas av apparattillverkaren. Kassera anvnt batteri enligt fabrikantens instruktion.

VAROITUS!
Paristo voi rjht, jos se on virheellisesti asennettu. Vaihda paristo ainoastaan laitevalmistajan suosittelemaan tyyppiin. Hvit kytetty paristo valmistajan ohjeiden mukaisesti.

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