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AVH-X7500BT/XNUC

DVD RDS AV RECEIVER

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This service manual should be used together with the following manual(s):
Model No. Order No. Mech.Module Remarks

CX-3268 CRT4534 MS7 DVD Mech. Module : Circuit Descriptions, Mech. Descriptions, Disassembly

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SAFETY INFORMATION
CAUTION
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This service manual is intended for qualified service technicians; it is not meant for the casual do-it-yourselfer.
Qualified technicians have the necessary test equipment and tools, and have been trained to properly and safely repair
complex products such as those covered by this manual.
Improperly performed repairs can adversely affect the safety and reliability of the product and may void the warranty.
If you are not qualified to perform the repair of this product properly and safely, you should not risk trying to do so
and refer the repair to a qualified service technician.

WARNING

This product may contain a chemical known to the State of California to cause cancer, or birth defects or other reproductive
B harm.
Health & Safety Code Section 25249.6 - Proposition 65

Where in a manufacturers service documentation, for example in circuit diagrams or lists


of components, a symbol is used to indicate that a specific component shall be replaced only
by the component specified in that documentation for safety reasons, the following symbol shall
be used:

- Safety Precautions for those who Service this Unit.


When checking or adjusting the emitting power of the laser diode exercise caution in order to get safe, reliable
results.
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Caution:
1. During repair or tests, minimum distance of 13 cm from the focus lens must be kept.
2. During repair or tests, do not view laser beam for 10 seconds or longer.

CAUTION:
USE OF CONTROLS OR ADJUSTMENTS OR PERFORMANCE OF PROCEDURES OTHER THAN THOSE
SPECIFIED HEREIN MAY RESULT IN HAZARDOUS RADIATION EXPOSURE.

CAUTION
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This product is a class 1 laser product classi-
fied under the Safety of laser products, IEC
60825-1:2007, and contains a class 1M laser
module. To ensure continued safety, do not re-
move any covers or attempt to gain access to
the inside of the product. Refer all servicing to
qualified personnel.

CAUTIONCLASS 1M INVISIBLE LASER


E RADIATION WHEN OPEN, DO NOT VIEW
DIRECTLY WITH OPTICAL INSTRUMENTS.

WARNING!
The AEL (accessible emission level )of the laser power output is less than CLASS 1
but the laser component is capable of emitting radiation exceeding the limit for
CLASS 1.
A specially instructed person should do servicing operation of the apparatus.

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Laser diode characteristics
Wave length:
DVD:660 nm to 670 nm
CD:780 nm to 800 nm
Focus lens on Maximum output:
CD:6.26 mW(Emitting period :9 sec.)
DVD:1.27 mW (Emitting period : unlimited)

Additional Laser Caution


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Transistors Q1103 and Q1104 in PCB drive the laser diodes for DVD and CD
respectively. When Q1103 or Q1104 is shorted between their terminals,
the laser diodes for DVD or CD will radiate beam. If the top cover is removed
with no disc loaded while such short-circuit is continued, the naked eyes may
be exposed to the laser beam.

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

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CONTENTS
SAFETY INFORMATION..................................................................................................................................... 2
1. SERVICE PRECAUTIONS ............................................................................................................................... 5
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1.1 SERVICE PRECAUTIONS ........................................................................................................................ 5
1.2 NOTES ON SOLDERING .......................................................................................................................... 7
2. SPECIFICATIONS ............................................................................................................................................ 8
2.1 SPECIFICATIONS ..................................................................................................................................... 8
2.2 DISC/CONTENT FORMAT ...................................................................................................................... 16
3. BASIC ITEMS FOR SERVICE........................................................................................................................ 17
3.1 CHECK POINTS AFTER SERVICING..................................................................................................... 17
3.2 PCB LOCATIONS .................................................................................................................................... 18
3.3 JIGS LIST ................................................................................................................................................ 19
3.4 CLEANING............................................................................................................................................... 19
4. BLOCK DIAGRAM.......................................................................................................................................... 20
4.1 OVERALL CONNECTION DIAGRAM...................................................................................................... 20
B 4.2 BLOCK DIAGRAM ................................................................................................................................... 22
5. DIAGNOSIS.................................................................................................................................................... 31
5.1 OPERATIONAL FLOWCHART ................................................................................................................ 31
5.2 INSPECTION METHOD OF PICKUP UNIT............................................................................................. 32
5.3 DIAGNOSIS FLOWCHART ..................................................................................................................... 35
5.4 ERROR CODE LIST ................................................................................................................................ 53
5.5 CONNECTOR FUNCTION DESCRIPTION ............................................................................................. 56
5.6 MECHANICAL DESCRIPTION ................................................................................................................ 57
6. SERVICE MODE ............................................................................................................................................ 62
6.1 DVD TEST MODE ................................................................................................................................... 62
6.2 MONITOR TEST MODE .......................................................................................................................... 71
7. DISASSEMBLY .............................................................................................................................................. 84
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8. EACH SETTING AND ADJUSTMENT ........................................................................................................... 96
8.1 DVD ADJUSTMENT ................................................................................................................................ 96
8.2 PCL OUTPUT CONFIRMATION............................................................................................................ 101
9. EXPLODED VIEWS AND PARTS LIST........................................................................................................ 102
9.1 PACKING ............................................................................................................................................... 102
9.2 EXTERIOR (1) ....................................................................................................................................... 106
9.3 EXTERIOR (2) ....................................................................................................................................... 108
9.4 EXTERIOR (3) ........................................................................................................................................110
9.5 EXTERIOR (4) ........................................................................................................................................112
9.6 DVD MECHANISM MODULE .................................................................................................................116
10. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM..............................................................................................................................118
D 10.1 DVD AMP UNIT (IF BLOCK).................................................................................................................118
10.2 DVD AMP UNIT (AMP BLOCK) ........................................................................................................... 120
10.3 DVD AMP UNIT (POWER SUPPLY BLOCK) ...................................................................................... 122
10.4 DVD AMP UNIT (SYSTEM BLOCK) (GUIDE PAGE) .......................................................................... 124
10.5 DVD AMP UNIT (E-VOL BLOCK) ........................................................................................................ 130
10.6 DVD AMP UNIT (AVSEL BLOCK) ....................................................................................................... 132
10.7 DVD AMP UNIT (IN/OUT BLOCK)....................................................................................................... 134
10.8 DVD AMP UNIT (BT/OUT BLOCK)...................................................................................................... 136
10.9 DVD AMP UNIT (TUNER BLOCK) ...................................................................................................... 138
10.10 KEYBOARD UNIT.............................................................................................................................. 140
10.11 DVD CORE UNIT (MS7.1) (GUIDE PAGE)........................................................................................ 142
10.12 COMPOUND UNIT(A) and COMPOUND UNIT(B) ............................................................................ 148
E 10.13 MONITOR UNIT (LCD/IF BLOCK) (GUIDE PAGE) ........................................................................... 150
10.14 MONITOR UNIT (SH BLOCK) (GUIDE PAGE).................................................................................. 156
10.15 MONITOR UNIT (BL_POWER BLOCK) ............................................................................................ 162
10.16 MONITOR UNIT (LCD_POWER BLOCK) ......................................................................................... 164
10.17 MAIN PCB UNIT and SW PCB UNIT................................................................................................. 166
10.18 WAVEFORMS .................................................................................................................................... 168
11. PCB CONNECTION DIAGRAM.................................................................................................................. 170
11.1 DVD AMP UNIT.................................................................................................................................... 170
11.2 DVD CORE UNIT (MS7.1) ................................................................................................................... 174
11.3 KEYBOARD UNIT ................................................................................................................................ 178
11.4 COMPOUND UNIT(A) and COMPOUND UNIT(B) .............................................................................. 179
11.5 MONITOR UNIT ................................................................................................................................... 180
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11.6 MAIN PCB UNIT................................................................................................................................... 184
11.7 SW PCB UNIT...................................................................................................................................... 185
12. ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST ........................................................................................................................ 186

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1. SERVICE PRECAUTIONS
1.1 SERVICE PRECAUTIONS
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1. You should conform to the regulations governing the product (safety, radio and noise, and other regulations),
and should keep the safety during servicing by following the safety instructions described in this manual.
2. Be careful in handling ICs. Some ICs such as MOS type are so fragile that they can be damaged by electrostatic
induction.
3. Before disassembling the unit, be sure to turn off the power. Unplugging and plugging the connectors during
power-on mode may damage the ICs inside the unit.
4. To protect the pickup unit from electrostatic discharge during servicing, take an appropriate treatment
(shorting-solder) by referring to "the DISASSEMBLY" .
5. After replacing the pickup unit, be sure to skew adjustment.
6. When a flash ROM needs to be replaced by service, do not replace an IC but a core unit (as no encryption key is
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written in a flash alone).
7. During disassembly, be sure to turn the power off since an internal IC might be destroyed when a connector
is plugged or unplugged.
8. EJECT LOCK MODE for DVD mechanism
How to enter : Turn on ACC while pressing [HOME] and [EJECT] keys together.
How to exit : Same procedure to enter this mode.
9. area and a heat sink becomes hot areas. Be careful not to burn yourself.

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A 10. The following area becomes hot areas. Be careful not to burn yourself.
DVD AMP UNIT
IC1101 SIDE A

C1108
P-IC Holder

C1110
C1111
C1212
C1209
B
D1215

IC1801

DVD AMP UNIT


SIDE B

C
IC1451
D1216 IC1203
IC1210

IC1202

IC1206

IC1205
D

DVD MECHANISM MODULE


IC1501

Note:
the photograph shown is slightly different from this model in shape.

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1.2 NOTES ON SOLDERING

For environmental protection, lead-free solder is used on the printed circuit boards mounted in this unit.
Be sure to use lead-free solder and a soldering iron that can meet specifications for use with lead-free solders for repairs
accompanied by reworking of soldering.

Compared with conventional eutectic solders, lead-free solders have higher melting points, by approximately 40 C.
Therefore, for lead-free soldering, the tip temperature of a soldering iron must be set to around 373 C in general, although
the temperature depends on the heat capacity of the PC board on which reworking is required and the weight of the tip of
the soldering iron.

Compared with eutectic solders, lead-free solders have higher bond strengths but slower wetting times and higher melting
temperatures (hard to melt/easy to harden).
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The following lead-free solders are available as service parts:


Parts numbers of lead-free solder:
GYP1006 1.0 in dia.
GYP1007 0.6 in dia.
GYP1008 0.3 in dia.

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2. SPECIFICATIONS
2.1 SPECIFICATIONS
A UC Type
General Subwoofer (mono):
Power source ................... 14.4 V DC (10.8 V to 15.1 V al- Frequency ................. 50 Hz/63 Hz/80 Hz/100 Hz/
lowable) 125 Hz
Grounding system ............ Negative type Slope ........................ 18 dB/oct
Maximum current consumption Gain ......................... +6 dB to 24 dB
................................... 10.0 A Phase ....................... Normal/Reverse
Backup current ................... 5 mA or less Bass boost:
Dimensions (W H D): Gain ......................... +12 dB to 0 dB
D
Chassis .............. 178 mm 50 mm
165 mm DVD Player
B System ............................ DVD video, Video CD, CD,
(7 in. 2 in. 6-1/2 in.)
Nose .................. 170 mm 46 mm WMA, MP3, AAC, DivX, JPEG,
27 mm MPEG player
(6-3/4 in. 1-3/4 in. 1 in.) Usable discs .................... DVD video, Video CD, CD, CD-
Weight ............................. 2.0 kg (4.4 lbs) R/RW, DVD-R/RW/R DL
Region number ................ 1
Frequency response......... 5 Hz to 44 000 Hz (with DVD,
Display at sampling frequency 96 kHz)
Screen size/aspect ratio ... 7.00 inch wide/16:9 Signal-to-noise ratio ......... 96 dB (1 kHz) (IHF-A network)
(effective display area: (RCA level)
154.1 mm 85.9 mm) Signal-to-noise ratio ......... 91 dB (1 kHz) (IHF-A network)
Pixels ............................... 1 152 000 (2 400 480) (RCA level)
C Display method ................ TFTactive matrix, driving type Output level:
Color system .................... NTSC/PAL/PAL-M/PAL-N/ Video .................... 1.0 Vp -p/75 (0.2 V)
SECAM compatible Number of channels ........ 2 (stereo)
Durable temperature range (power off) MP3 decoding format ...... MPEG-1 & 2 Audio Layer 3
................................... 4 F to +176 F WMA decoding format ..... Ver. 7, 7.1, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 (2 ch
audio)
(Windows Media Player)
Audio AAC decoding format ....... MPEG-4 AAC (iTunes encoded
Maximum power output ... 50 W 4 only) (.m4a)
70 W 1/2 (for subwoofer) (Ver. 10.6 and earlier)
Continuous power output DivX decoding format ....... Home Theater Ver. 3, 4, 5.2, 6
................................... 22 W 4 (50 Hz to 15 000 Hz, (Except ultra and HD) (.avi,
5 % THD, 4 load, both chan- .divx)
D nels driven) MPEG video decoding format
Load impedance .............. 4 (4 to 8 (2 for 1 ch) ................................. MPEG1, MPEG2, MPEG4-part2
allowable)
Preout maximum output level
................................... 4.0 V
Equalizer (8-Band Graphic Equalizer): USB
Frequency ................. 40 Hz/80 Hz/200 Hz/400 Hz/ USB standard specification
1 kHz/2.5 kHz/8 kHz/10 kHz ................................... USB 1.1, USB 2.0 full speed
Gain ......................... 12 dB USB 2.0 high speed (For
HPF: audio files)
Frequency ................. 50 Hz/63 Hz/80 Hz/100 Hz/ Maximum current supply
125 Hz ................................... 1.0 A
E Slope ........................ 12 dB/oct USB Class ....................... MSC (Mass Storage Class)
File system....................... FAT16, FAT32
MP3 decoding format ...... MPEG-1 & 2 Audio Layer 3

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WMA decoding format ..... Ver. 7, 7.1, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 (2 ch Power output ................... 14 W RMS 4 Channels (4
audio) and 1 % THD+N)
(Windows Media Player) S/N ratio .......................... 91 dBA (reference: 1 W into
AAC decoding format ....... MPEG-4 AAC (iTunes encoded 4 )
only)
(Ver. 10.6 and earlier) Note
WAV: Specifications and the design are subject to
WAV signal format .... Linear PCM, MS ADPCM modifications without notice.
(.wav)
Sampling Frequency
............................ Linear PCM:16 kHz,
22.05 kHz, 24 kHz, 32 kHz, B
44.1 kHz, 48 kHz
MS ADPCM:22.05 kHz,
44.1 kHz

FM tuner
Frequency range .............. 87.9 MHz to 107.9 MHz
Usable sensitivity ............. 9 dBf (0.8 V/75 , mono, S/N:
30 dB)
Signal-to-noise ratio ......... 72 dB (analog broadcasting)
(IHF-A network)
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AM tuner
Frequency range .............. 530 kHz to 1 710 kHz (10 kHz)
Usable sensitivity ............. 25 V (S/N: 20 dB)
Signal-to-noise ratio ......... 62 dB (analog broadcasting)
(IHF-A network)

Bluetooth
(AVH-X7500BT)
Version ............................ Bluetooth 3.0 certified
Output power ................... +4 dBm Maximum
(Power class 2) D

CEA2006 Specifications

Fastening the front panel


If you do not plan to detach the front panel, the
front panel can be fastened with supplied screw.

1 F

1 Screw : BPZ20P060FTC (XNUC only)


XXX7020 (Except XNUC)

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A UW5 Type

Backup current ................. 5 mA or less


B

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MPEG4-part2
B

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A RC Type
Frequency response......... 5 Hz to 44 000 Hz (with DVD,
General at sampling frequency 96 kHz)
Signal-to-noise ratio ......... 96 dB (1 kHz) (IEC-A network)
Rated power source ......... 14.4 V DC
(RCA level)
(allowable voltage range:
Output level:
12.0 V to 14.4 V DC)
Video ........................ 1.0 Vp-p/75 (0.2 V)
Grounding system ............ Negative type
Number of channels ........ 2 (stereo)
Maximum current consumption
MP3 decoding format ...... MPEG-1 & 2 Audio Layer 3
................................... 10.0 A
WMA decoding format ..... Ver. 7, 7.1, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 (2 ch
Backup current .................... 5 mA or less
audio)
Dimensions (W H D): (Windows Media Player)
D AAC decoding format ....... MPEG-4 AAC (iTunes encoded
B
Chassis .............. 178 mm 50 mm only) (.m4a)
165 mm (Ver. 10.6 and earlier)
Nose .................. 170 mm 46 mm DivX decoding format ....... Home Theater Ver. 3, 4, 5.2, 6
27 mm (Except ultra and HD) (.avi,
Weight ............................. 2.0 kg .divx)
MPEG video decoding format
Display ................................... MPEG1, MPEG2, MPEG4-part2
Screen size/aspect ratio ... 7.00 inch wide/16:9
USB
(effective display area:
USB standard specification
154.1 mm 85.9 mm)
................................... USB 1.1, USB 2.0 full speed
Pixels ............................... 1 152 000 (2 400 480)
USB 2.0 high speed (For
Display method ................ TFT active matrix, driving type
audio files)
C Color system .................... NTSC/PAL/PAL-M/PAL-N/
Maximum current supply
SECAM compatible
................................... 1.0 A
Durable temperature range (power off)
USB Class ....................... MSC (Mass Storage Class)
................................... 20 C to +80 C
File system....................... FAT16, FAT32
MP3 decoding format ...... MPEG-1 & 2 Audio Layer 3
Audio WMA decoding format ..... Ver. 7, 7.1, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 (2 ch
Maximum power output ... 50 W 4 audio)
70 W 1/2 (for subwoofer) (Windows Media Player)
Continuous power output AAC decoding format ....... MPEG-4 AAC (iTunes encoded
................................... 22 W 4 (50 Hz to 15 000 Hz, only)
5 % THD, 4 load, both chan- (Ver. 10.6 and earlier)
nels driven) WAV:
D Load impedance .............. 4 (4 to 8 (2 for 1 ch) WAV signal format .... Linear PCM, MS ADPCM
allowable) (.wav)
Preout maximum output level Sampling Frequency
................................... 4.0 V ............................ Linear PCM:16 kHz,
Equalizer (8-Band Graphic Equalizer): 22.05 kHz, 24 kHz, 32 kHz,
Frequency ................. 40 Hz/80 Hz/200 Hz/400 Hz/ 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz
1 kHz/2.5 kHz/8 kHz/10 kHz MS ADPCM:22.05 kHz,
Gain ......................... 12 dB 44.1 kHz
HPF:
Frequency ................. 50 Hz/63 Hz/80 Hz/100 Hz/
FM tuner
125 Hz Frequency range .............. 87.5 MHz to 108.0 MHz
Slope ........................ 12 dB/oct Usable sensitivity ............. 9 dBf (0.8 V/75 , mono, S/N:
30 dB)
E Subwoofer (mono): Signal-to-noise ratio ......... 72 dB (IEC-A network)
Frequency ................. 50 Hz/63 Hz/80 Hz/100 Hz/
125 Hz AM tuner
Slope ........................ 18 dB/oct Frequency range .............. 530 kHz to 1 640 kHz (10 kHz)
Gain ......................... +6 dB to 24 dB 531 kHz to 1 602 kHz (9 kHz)
Phase ....................... Normal/Reverse Usable sensitivity ............. 25 V (S/N: 20 dB)
Bass boost: Signal-to-noise ratio ......... 62 dB (IEC-A network)
Gain ......................... +12 dB to 0 dB
Bluetooth
(AVH-X7550BT)
DVD Player Version ............................ Bluetooth 3.0 certified
System ............................ DVD video, Video CD, CD, Output power ................... +4 dBm Maximum
WMA, MP3, AAC, DivX, JPEG, (Power class 2)
F MPEG player
Note
Usable discs .................... DVD video, Video CD, CD, CD-
R/RW, DVD-R/RW/R DL Specifications and the design are subject to
Region number ................ 3 modifications without notice.
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EW5 Type A
Frequency response............... 5 Hz to 44 000 Hz (with DVD,
General at sampling frequency
Power source............................. 14.4 V DC (10.8 V to 15.1 V 96 kHz)
allowable) Signal-to-noise ratio............... 96 dB (1 kHz) (IEC-A net-
Grounding system................... Negative type work) (RCA level)
Maximum current consumption Output level:
..................................................... 10.0 A Video.................................... 1.0 Vp-p/75 (0.2 V)
Number of channels .............. 2 (stereo)
Backup current .......................... 5 mA or less
MP3 decoding format ........... MPEG-1 & 2 Audio Layer 3
Dimensions (W H D): WMA decoding format ......... Ver. 7, 7.1, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12
DIN (2 ch audio)
Chassis ..................... 180 mm 50 mm (Windows Media Player)
160 mm AAC decoding format............ MPEG-4 AAC (iTunes en- B
Nose ........................... 188 mm 58 mm 32 mm coded only) (.m4a)
D (Ver. 10.6 and earlier)
Chassis ..................... 178 mm 50 mm DivX decoding format............ Home Theater Ver. 3, 4, 5.2,
165 mm 6 (Except ultra and HD)
Nose ........................... 170 mm 46 mm 27 mm (.avi, .divx)
Weight .......................................... 2.0 kg MPEG video decoding format
..................................................... MPEG1, MPEG2, MPEG4-part2
Display
Screen size/aspect ratio....... 7.00 inch wide/16:9 USB
(effective display area: USB standard specification
154.1 mm 85.9 mm) ..................................................... USB 1.1, USB 2.0 full speed
Pixels ............................................. 1 152 000 (2 400 480) USB 2.0 high speed (For
Display method ........................ TFT active matrix, driving audio files) C
type Maximum current supply .... 1.0 A
Color system.............................. NTSC/PAL/PAL-M/PAL-N/ USB Class................................... MSC (Mass Storage Class)
SECAM compatible File system.................................. FAT16, FAT32
Durable temperature range (power off) MP3 decoding format ........... MPEG-1 & 2 Audio Layer 3
..................................................... 20 C to +80 C WMA decoding format ......... Ver. 7, 7.1, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12
(2 ch audio)
Audio (Windows Media Player)
Maximum power output ....... 50 W 4 AAC decoding format............ MPEG-4 AAC (iTunes en-
70 W 1/2 (for subwoo- coded only)
fer) (Ver. 10.6 and earlier)
Continuous power output ... 22 W 4 (50 Hz to WAV:
15 000 Hz, 5 % THD, WAV signal format ........ Linear PCM, MS ADPCM
4 load, both channels dri- (.wav) D
ven) Sampling Frequency.... Linear PCM:16 kHz,
Load impedance ...................... 4 (4 to 8 (2 for 1 ch) 22.05 kHz, 24 kHz, 32 kHz,
allowable) 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz
Preout maximum output level MS ADPCM:22.05 kHz,
.....................................................4.0 V 44.1 kHz
Equalizer (8-Band Graphic Equalizer):
Frequency.......................... 40 Hz/80 Hz/200 Hz/400 Hz/ FM tuner
1 kHz/2.5 kHz/8 kHz/10 kHz Frequency range...................... 87.5 MHz to 108.0 MHz
Gain ...................................... 12 dB Usable sensitivity..................... 9 dBf (0.8 V/75 , mono,
HPF: S/N: 30 dB)
Frequency.......................... 50 Hz/63 Hz/80 Hz/100 Hz/ Signal-to-noise ratio............... 72 dB (IEC-A network)
125 Hz
Slope.................................... 12 dB/oct
MW tuner E
Frequency range...................... 531 kHz to 1 602 kHz (9 kHz)
Subwoofer (mono):
Usable sensitivity..................... 25 V (S/N: 20 dB)
Frequency.......................... 50 Hz/63 Hz/80 Hz/100 Hz/
Signal-to-noise ratio............... 62 dB (IEC-A network)
125 Hz
Slope.................................... 18 dB/oct LW tuner
Gain ...................................... +6 dB to 24 dB Frequency range...................... 153 kHz to 281 kHz
Phase .................................. Normal/Reverse Usable sensitivity..................... 28 V (S/N: 20 dB)
Bass boost: Signal-to-noise ratio............... 62 dB (IEC-A network)
Gain ...................................... +12 dB to 0 dB
Bluetooth
DVD Player Version .......................................... Bluetooth 3.0 certified
System .......................................... DVD video, Video CD, CD, Output power ............................ +4 dBm Maximum
WMA, MP3, AAC, DivX, (Power class 2)
JPEG, MPEG player F
Note
Usable discs .............................. DVD video, Video CD, CD,
CD-R/RW, DVD-R/RW/R DL Specifications and the design are subject to mod-
Region number ........................ 2 ifications without notice.

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A RD Type
Frequency response......... 5 Hz to 44 000 Hz (with DVD,
General at sampling frequency 96 kHz)
Rated power source ......... 14.4 V DC Signal-to-noise ratio ......... 96 dB (1 kHz) (IEC-A network)
(allowable voltage range: (RCA level)
12.0 V to 14.4 V DC) Output level:
Grounding system ............ Negative type Video ........................ 1.0 Vp-p/75 (0.2 V)
Maximum current consumption Number of channels ........ 2 (stereo)
................................... 10.0 A MP3 decoding format ...... MPEG-1 & 2 Audio Layer 3
WMA decoding format ..... Ver. 7, 7.1, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 (2 ch
Backup current .................... 5 mA or less
audio)
Dimensions (W H D): (Windows Media Player)
D AAC decoding format ....... MPEG-4 AAC (iTunes encoded
B Chassis .............. 178 mm 50 mm only) (.m4a)
165 mm (Ver. 10.6 and earlier)
Nose .................. 170 mm 46 mm DivX decoding format ....... Home Theater Ver. 3, 4, 5.2, 6
27 mm (Except ultra and HD) (.avi,
Weight ............................. 2.0 kg .divx)
MPEG video decoding format
................................... MPEG1, MPEG2, MPEG4-part2
Display
Screen size/aspect ratio ... 7.00 inch wide/16:9 USB
(effective display area: USB standard specification
154.1 mm 85.9 mm) ................................... USB 1.1, USB 2.0 full speed
Pixels ............................... 1 152 000 (2 400 480) USB 2.0 high speed (For
Display method ................ TFT active matrix, driving type audio files)
C Color system .................... NTSC/PAL/PAL-M/PAL-N/ Maximum current supply
SECAM compatible ................................... 1.0 A
Durable temperature range (power off) USB Class ....................... MSC (Mass Storage Class)
................................... 20 C to +80 C File system....................... FAT16, FAT32
MP3 decoding format ...... MPEG-1 & 2 Audio Layer 3
WMA decoding format ..... Ver. 7, 7.1, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 (2 ch
Audio
audio)
Maximum power output ... 50 W 4
(Windows Media Player)
70 W 1/2 (for subwoofer)
Continuous power output AAC decoding format ....... MPEG-4 AAC (iTunes encoded
................................... 22 W 4 (50 Hz to 15 000 Hz, only)
5 % THD, 4 load, both chan- (Ver. 10.6 and earlier)
nels driven) WAV:
D WAV signal format .... Linear PCM, MS ADPCM
Load impedance .............. 4 (4 to 8 (2 for 1 ch)
allowable) (.wav)
Preout maximum output level Sampling Frequency
................................... 4.0 V ............................ Linear PCM:16 kHz,
Equalizer (8-Band Graphic Equalizer): 22.05 kHz, 24 kHz, 32 kHz,
Frequency ................. 40 Hz/80 Hz/200 Hz/400 Hz/ 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz
1 kHz/2.5 kHz/8 kHz/10 kHz MS ADPCM:22.05 kHz,
Gain ......................... 12 dB 44.1 kHz
HPF:
Frequency ................. 50 Hz/63 Hz/80 Hz/100 Hz/
FM tuner
125 Hz Frequency range .............. 87.5 MHz to 108.0 MHz
Slope ........................ 12 dB/oct Usable sensitivity ............. 9 dBf (0.8 V/75 , mono, S/N:
30 dB)
E Subwoofer (mono):
Signal-to-noise ratio ......... 72 dB (IEC-A network)
Frequency ................. 50 Hz/63 Hz/80 Hz/100 Hz/
125 Hz
AM tuner
Slope ........................ 18 dB/oct
Frequency range .............. 530 kHz to 1 640 kHz (10 kHz)
Gain ......................... +6 dB to 24 dB
531 kHz to 1 602 kHz (9 kHz)
Phase ....................... Normal/Reverse
Usable sensitivity ............. 25 V (S/N: 20 dB)
Bass boost:
Signal-to-noise ratio ......... 62 dB (IEC-A network)
Gain ......................... +12 dB to 0 dB
Bluetooth
(AVH-X7550BT)
DVD Player
Version ............................ Bluetooth 3.0 certified
System ............................ DVD video, Video CD, CD,
Output power ................... +4 dBm Maximum
WMA, MP3, AAC, DivX, JPEG,
F (Power class 2)
MPEG player
Usable discs .................... DVD video, Video CD, CD, CD- Note
R/RW, DVD-R/RW/R DL Specifications and the design are subject to
Region number ................ 4 modifications without notice.
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RI Type A
Frequency response......... 5 Hz to 44 000 Hz (with DVD,
General at sampling frequency 96 kHz)
Rated power source ......... 14.4 V DC Signal-to-noise ratio ......... 96 dB (1 kHz) (IEC-A network)
(allowable voltage range: (RCA level)
12.0 V to 14.4 V DC) Output level:
Grounding system ............ Negative type Video ........................ 1.0 Vp-p/75 (0.2 V)
Maximum current consumption Number of channels ........ 2 (stereo)
................................... 10.0 A MP3 decoding format ...... MPEG-1 & 2 Audio Layer 3
Backup current .................... 5 mA or less WMA decoding format ..... Ver. 7, 7.1, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 (2 ch
Dimensions (W H D): audio)
DIN (Windows Media Player)
Chassis .............. 180 mm 50 mm AAC decoding format ....... MPEG-4 AAC (iTunes encoded
160 mm only) (.m4a) B
Nose .................. 188 mm 58 mm (Ver. 10.6 and earlier)
32 mm DivX decoding format ....... Home Theater Ver. 3, 4, 5.2, 6
D
Chassis .............. 178 mm 50 mm (Except ultra and HD) (.avi,
165 mm .divx)
Nose .................. 170 mm 46 mm MPEG video decoding format
27 mm ................................... MPEG1, MPEG2, MPEG4-part2
Weight ............................. 2.0 kg
USB
Display USB standard specification
Screen size/aspect ratio ... 7.00 inch wide/16:9 ................................... USB 1.1, USB 2.0 full speed
(effective display area: USB 2.0 high speed (For
154.1 mm 85.9 mm) audio files)
Pixels ............................... 1 152 000 (2 400 480) Maximum current supply C
Display method ................ TFT active matrix, driving type ................................... 1.0 A
Color system .................... NTSC/PAL/PAL-M/PAL-N/ USB Class ....................... MSC (Mass Storage Class)
SECAM compatible File system....................... FAT16, FAT32
Durable temperature range (power off) MP3 decoding format ...... MPEG-1 & 2 Audio Layer 3
................................... 20 C to +80 C WMA decoding format ..... Ver. 7, 7.1, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 (2 ch
audio)
Audio
(Windows Media Player)
Maximum power output ... 50 W 4
AAC decoding format ....... MPEG-4 AAC (iTunes encoded
70 W 1/2 (for subwoofer)
only)
Continuous power output
(Ver. 10.6 and earlier)
................................... 22 W 4 (50 Hz to 15 000 Hz,
WAV:
5 % THD, 4 load, both chan-
WAV signal format .... Linear PCM, MS ADPCM D
nels driven)
(.wav)
Load impedance .............. 4 (4 to 8 (2 for 1 ch)
Sampling Frequency
allowable)
............................ Linear PCM:16 kHz,
Preout maximum output level
22.05 kHz, 24 kHz, 32 kHz,
................................... 4.0 V
44.1 kHz, 48 kHz
Equalizer (8-Band Graphic Equalizer):
MS ADPCM:22.05 kHz,
Frequency ................. 40 Hz/80 Hz/200 Hz/400 Hz/
44.1 kHz
1 kHz/2.5 kHz/8 kHz/10 kHz
Gain ......................... 12 dB
FM tuner
HPF: Frequency range .............. 87.5 MHz to 108.0 MHz
Frequency ................. 50 Hz/63 Hz/80 Hz/100 Hz/ Usable sensitivity ............. 9 dBf (0.8 V/75 , mono, S/N:
125 Hz 30 dB)
Slope ........................ 12 dB/oct Signal-to-noise ratio ......... 72 dB (IEC-A network) E
Subwoofer (mono):
Frequency ................. 50 Hz/63 Hz/80 Hz/100 Hz/ AM tuner
125 Hz Frequency range .............. 530 kHz to 1 640 kHz (10 kHz)
Slope ........................ 18 dB/oct 531 kHz to 1 602 kHz (9 kHz)
Gain ......................... +6 dB to 24 dB Usable sensitivity ............. 25 V (S/N: 20 dB)
Phase ....................... Normal/Reverse Signal-to-noise ratio ......... 62 dB (IEC-A network)
Bass boost:
Gain ......................... +12 dB to 0 dB Bluetooth
(AVH-X7550BT)
DVD Player Version ............................ Bluetooth 3.0 certified
System ............................ DVD video, Video CD, CD, Output power ................... +4 dBm Maximum
WMA, MP3, AAC, DivX, JPEG, (Power class 2)
MPEG player F
Usable discs .................... DVD video, Video CD, CD, CD-
Note
R/RW, DVD-R/RW/R DL Specifications and the design are subject to
Region number ................ 2 modifications without notice.
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2.2 DISC/CONTENT FORMAT

The Bluetooth word mark and logos are owned by the Bluetooth SIG, Inc.
and any use of such marks by Pioneer Corporation is under license.
Other trademarks and trade names are those of their respective owners.

is a trademark of DVD Format/Logo Licensing Corporation.

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3. BASIC ITEMS FOR SERVICE


3.1 CHECK POINTS AFTER SERVICING
A
To keep the product quality after servicing, please confirm following check points.

No. Procedures Item to be confirmed


1 Confirm whether the customer complain has The customer complain must not be
been solved. reappeared.
If the customer complain occurs with the Display, video, audio and operations must be
normal.
specific media, use it for the operation check.
2 Flap-mecha Check the operation of the flap mechanism. The flap mechanism operation must be
smooth without making the noise and
scratches.
3 DVD Measure playback error rates at the Deterioration of mecha-drive can be
innermost and outermost tracks by using the checked. B
test mode with the following disc. The error rate must be less than the
DVD test disc (TDV-582) threshold value.
(Refer to the chapter of DIAGNOSIS for the
threshold value.)
4 DVD Play back a DVD. Display, video, audio and operations must be
(Menu operation; Title/chapter search) normal.
5 CD Play back a CD. Display, audio and operations must be
(Track search) normal.
6 Check whether no disc is inside the product. The media used for the operating check must
be ejected. C

7 Appearance check No scratches or dirt on its appearance after


receiving it for service.

For check items concerning image and voice, please refer to the followings:

Check items concerning image Check items concerning voice


Block-noise Distortion
Crosscut noise Noise
Dot noise Low volume
Distorted image (Image skip) High volume
Low brightness Changes in level D
Too bright Pause of sound
Color fading
Partial discoloration

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3.2 PCB LOCATIONS

A C DVD Core Unit


(MS7.1)

D Compound Unit (A)


E Compound Unit (B)
B

G Main PCB Unit


F Monitor Unit
H SW PCB Unit

C
B Keyboard Unit
A DVD Amp Unit
A:AVH-X7500BT/XNUC
B:AVH-X7500BT/XNEW5
C:AVH-X7500BT/XNUW5
D:AVH-X7550BT/XNRC
E:AVH-X7550BT/XNRD
F:AVH-X7550BT/XNRI
Unit Number : CWN7332(A)
D Unit Number : CWN7330(B)
Unit Number : CWN7331(C)
Unit Number : CWN7333(D)
Unit Number : CWN7334(E)
Unit Number : CWN7335(F)
Unit Name : DVD Amp Unit
Unit Number : CWN7337
Unit Name : Keyboard Unit
Unit Number : CWX4332
Unit Name : DVD Core Unit(MS7.1)
Unit Number : CWX4034
Unit Name : Compound Unit(A)
E
Unit Number : CWX3394
Unit Name : Compound Unit(B)
Unit Number : CWN7351(A,D)
Unit Number : CWN7350(B,C,E,F)
Unit Name : Monitor Unit
Unit Number : EWX2008
Unit Name : Main PCB Unit
Unit Number : EWX2009
Unit Name : SW PCB Unit

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3.3 JIGS LIST


- Jigs List
Name Jig No. Remarks A
DVD-Video GGV1025 Inspection method of pickup unit and skew adjustment
CD-DA TCD-782 Inspection method of pickup unit
Torques (T2) driver GGK1095 Skew adjustment
30P FFC GGD1222 DVD CORE UNIT <--> DVD AMP UNIT
Polyester film tape (Teraoka 612S) GYH1031

- Grease List
Name Jig No. Remarks
Grease GEM1038 DVD Mechanism Module
Grease GEM1045 DVD Mechanism Module B

Grease GEM1050 DVD Mechanism Module


Grease GEM1085 DVD Mechanism Module
Grease GEM1024 DVD Mechanism Module and Drive Unit
Grease GEM1043 DVD Mechanism Module and Drive Unit
Bond GEM1033 DVD Mechanism Module
Bond GEM1068 DVD Mechanism Module
Grease GEM1084 Drive Unit

3.4 CLEANING D

Before shipping out the product, be sure to clean the following portions by using the prescribed cleaning tools:
Portions to be cleaned Cleaning tools
DVD pickup lenses Cleaning liquid : GEM1004
Cleaning paper : GED-008

Portions to be cleaned Cleaning tools


Fans Cleaning paper : GED-008 E

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(MS7.1)
CXK6902
C D E
CKS6025-A

DVD MECHANISM MODULE


CN1901

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VD
VD
VD
NC
NC
NC
NC

VD5
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ROUT
LOUT

PGND
PGND
AGND
AGND
AGND
VGND

DGND
DGND
DGND
DGND
DGND
DGND
2

AMUTE
IECOUT

XRESET
IRQPWR
STANBY
4. BLOCK DIAGRAM

SYStoMS7
MS7toSYS
COMPOSIT
CKS6025-A
TUNER

2
2

CN1301
ANTENNA

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4 XL 2
BT MIC

CKN1040-A

3 YB
JA1801 JA1701
AEQ MIC IN

2 XR

CXE5830
1 YT

CKS6548-A
CN201
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3

TOUCH PANEL
V16HI 60 1 V16HI 2
TMPSENS 59 2 TEMPSENS
CKS6437-A
JA1601
WIRED

V16HI_GND 58 3 V16HI_GND
REMOTE
4.1 OVERALL CONNECTION DIAGRAM

COMDC 57 4 COMDC
PWRVI_GND 56 5 PWRVI_GND
PWRVI_GND 55 6 PWRVI_GND
PWRVI_GND 54 7 PWRVI_GND USB5V 1

AVH-X7500BT/XNUC
PWRVI_GND 53 8 PWRVI_GND USB_D- 2
SYStoSH 52 9 SYStoSH USB_D+ 3
PWRVI 51 10 PWRVI USBGND 4
CKN1091-A

PWRVI 50 11 PWRVI GNDD RT1


USB
JA1901

PWRVI 49 12 PWRVI GNDD RT2


PWRVI 48 13 PWRVI

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3

SHMUTE 47 14 SHMUTE
DDC33_GND 46 15 DDC33_GND
1 DDC33_GND 45 16 DDC33_GND
2 DDC33_GND 44 17 DDC33_GND
3 DDC33_GND 43 18 DDC33_GND
4 SHIRQ 42 19 SHIRQ
5 DDC33 41 20 DDC33 CCR 1
6 DDC33 40 21 DDC33 CCG 2
7 DDC33 39 22 DDC33 CCB 3
8 DDC33 38 23 DDC33 CCSYNC 4
9 SHRST 37 24 SHRST GNDSIG 5
10 SHtoSYS 36 25 SHtoSYS DVDVBS 6
11 LCDPW 35 26 LCDPW GNDDVD 7
12 GNDA 34 27 GNDA YS 8
13 SH-R 33 28 SH_R ASENB 9
14 GNDA 32 29 GNDA CCAUL 10

CKS6543-A
CN1603
SH_L

CKS6467-A
15 SH-L 31 30 CCAUR 11

CN101
16 GNDA 30 31 GNDA GNDAU 12
17 ILMGND 29 32 ILMGND ONSEI+ 13
18 icomp_GND 28 33 iComp_GND ONSEI- 14
19 icomp 27 34 iComp REAUR 15
CN1601

20 ILM+B 26 35 ILM+B REAUL 16

4
4

F
21 CCYNC 25 36 CCSYNC GNDRAU 17
Note: When ordering service parts, be sure to refer to " EXPLODED VIEWS AND PARTS LIST" or

22 CCR 24 37 CCR CCREM 18


23 GNDSIG 23 38 GNDSIG DSEN 19
24 CCB 22 39 CCB TVON 20
25 GNDSIG 21 40 GNDSIG GION 21
26 CCG 20 41 CCG MONON 22
A 1/9 IF BLOCK

27 GNDV 19 42 GNDV VSW5 23

F 2/4 SH BLOCK
NAVI / iPhone LINK CABLE

28 MONVBS 18 43 MONVBS SYS_TO_NAVI 24


A 2/9 AMP BLOCK

29 GNDV 17 44 GNDV NAVI_TO_SYS 25


A 5/9 E-VOL BLOCK

AF 1/4 LCD/IF BLOCK


A 6/9 AVSEL BLOCK

30 USBFLG 16 45 USBFLG GNDD 26


A 7/9 IN/OUT BLOCK

A 9/9 TUNER BLOCK

31 SHSTBY 15 46 SHSTBY
A 4/9 SYSTEM BLOCK

32 USB5V 14 47 USB5V

F 3/4 BL_POWER BLOCK


33 USBCNT 13 48 USBCNT
A 8/9 BT&IN/OUT BLOCK

CKS6536-A
CN111
AF 4/4 LCD_POWER BLOCK
34 NC 12 49 NC

MONITOR UNIT
DVD AMP UNIT

CWX4352
A 3/9 POWER SUPPLY BLO

35 DGND 11 50 DGND

TFT LCD
26 CCG 20 41 CCG MONON 22

K
27 GNDV 19 42 GNDV VSW5 23

CK
BLE
28 MONVBS 18 43 MONVBS SYS_TO_NAVI 24

OCK
29 GNDV 17 44 GNDV NAVI_TO_SYS 25

LOCK

BLOCK
BLOCK
30 USBFLG 16 45 USBFLG GNDD 26

BLOCK

BLOCK
31 SHSTBY 15 46 SHSTBY

M BLOCK
32 USB5V 14 47 USB5V

WER BLOCK
33 USBCNT 13 48 USBCNT

UT BLOCK

CKS6536-A
CN111
OWER BLOCK
34 NC 12 49 NC

NITOR UNIT
AMP UNIT

CWX4352
35 DGND 11 50 DGND

TFT LCD
36 DGND 10 51 DGND
37 DGND 9 52 DGND

SUPPLY BLOCK
38 DGND 8 53 DGND
39 DGND 7 54 DGND NC 1
40 DGND 6 55 DGND RCA_SWL 2
41 GNDUSB 5 56 DGND RCA_SWR 3
5

5
42 DM 4 57 DM RCA_SWLG 4
43 OPEN 3 58 NC RCA_SWRG 5
44 DP 2 59 DP 30 29 RCA_RL 6
45 GNDUSB 1 60 DGND RCA_RR 7
46 VIDEO_OUT RCA_RLG 8
47 RCA_RRG 9 PRE OUT(FL/FR)
AUXIN
48 VCR_IN RCA_FL 10
49 RCA_FR 11
PRE OUT(RL/RR)
50 AUX_V RCA_FLG 12
51 BCAM_IN RCA_FRG 13
PRE OUT(SWL/SWR)
VIDEO_IN
52 NC 14
53 NC 15 VCR_IN(AUDIO)
54 FR VCRIN_L 16
VCR_IN(VIDEO)

CKM1599
55 FL BCAM_IN 17
56 RR VCRIN_LG 18
CKM1599-A
57 RL
CN1703 BCM_VG 19 VCR_OUT(VIDEO)
58 SWR VCRIN_R 20
59 SWL AUX_V 21 BACK CAM_IN
60 VCRIN_RG 22
2 1 VCRIN_VG 23 AUX
AUX_L 24
VCRIN_V 25

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AUX_G 26

VSS
VCROUT_VG 27

BT18V
AUX_R 28

BT18V
BT33V
UART_AT_TX

LINEOUT_L
BT18_EN
UART_AT_RX

LINEOUT_R
nRESET
UART_DBG_TX
UART_DBG_RX
VCROUT_V 29

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CKS4428-A
CN551
CN1702

BACKLIGHT
VSS
I2S_IN

MIC2_P
MIC1_P

MIC2_N
MIC1_N
BOOTS
I2S_CLK
I2S_OUT

MIC_BIAS
I2S_MCLK
I2S_SYNC
BT MODULE
FR- 1
RR- 2
FR+ 3
1 1 B_PWM RR+ 4
2 2 R_PWM FL- 5
3 3 G_PWM RL- 6
4 4 ILMGND FL+ 7
5 5 DGND RL+ 8
6 6 REMIN P.B. 9
7 7 NC MUTE 10

AVH-X7500BT/XNUC
CN1001

8 8 DDC33 SYSREM 11

B
9 ILM 12

CKS6526-A
9 ILM+B

CKS6526-A

CN2001
10 10 KDT1 BGSENS 13

CN1604

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7

11 11 RESET ACC 14
POWER SUPPLY

12 12 DSENS GND 15
13 13 ROT1 BUP 16
14 14 ROT2
15 15 KDT0

KEYBOARD UNIT
AVDD

CKS4822-A
CKS6567-A

ANGLEIN
OCA_SW

SLIDEMTR
CN1602

MTRS

MOTV
MOTV
MOTV
MTRSEL

MGND
MGND
MGND
ANGMTR

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FAN MOTOR
CKS6063-A
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DRIVE UNIT

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4.2 BLOCK DIAGRAM

A
A DVD AMP UNIT (1/2)

AV SELECTOR
IC1501
CN1301 AK4223VQ
COMPOSIT MS_V 5 22 AVSE
12 VIN4 LOUT2
LOUT MS_L 36
14 LIN3
13 REAR
VOUT2
TUN_L 27
A LIN6
24 VD5 SH_L 43 14 MONV
VD TO 2/2 B LIN1 VOUT1
28 VD8
29 iCOMP 11
C VIN1
30
AUX_L 30
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Q1301
AUX_V 7
SYS+B VIN3

B AUX_AGND 29
GND5
VCR_L 33
LIN4
C

VCR_V 9 46 AVSCL
VIN2 SCL
BCAM_IN 3 45 AVSDA
VIN5 SDA
AMUTE iTV_L 40 17 AVSRST
23 LIN2 RSTN
XRESET XRST
22
IRQPWR IRQPW
21 AUX_L AUX_
SYS MS7 TXDVD
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iNAVI iNAVI
MS7 SYS RXDVD
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STANBY STNBY
18

105 AVSCL
AVSCK
CN1703 (1/2)
103 AVSDA
AUX_L AUX_L AVSDATA
24
VCR IN/BACK CAMERA IN/AUX

104 AVSRST
AVSRST

AUX_V AUX_V
21 17 35
C AUX_G AUX_AGND 9
AMUTE EVSEL
33
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16 34 BTAN
IRQPW EVSCK
7 36 EVSACLK
TXDVD SACLK
VCRIN_L VCR_L 8 120 EVSAOUT
16 RXDVD SAIN
VCRIN_V VCR_V STNBY 29
25 STB 38
SYSMUTE
BCAM_IN 1 OFFSET
17 PWERR

Q1706 SYSTEM uCOM


SYS+B IC1301(1/2)
CN1601 (1/2) IC1605 A :PDB101A8
NJM4565V
CCAUL 2
10 - 1 iTV_L MIC SENS B C D :PDB102A8
GNDAU 3
12 + E F
Q1705
62
AEQAUXSW
IC1606 (1/2)
NJM4565V IC1606 (2/2)
ONSEI+ 6 NJM4565V
D 13
ONSEI- 5
- 7 2
- 1 iNAVI
14 + 3
+
NAVI/iPhone LINK CABLE

Q1605
SYS+B 68
AMPPW
74 TELMUTE
TELMUTEIN
75
PBSENS
76
BGSENS
77
ISENS
111
Q1303 ASENS
110
TVON 3 BSENS
20 RGBARI

GUIDEON 39
21 GUIDEON 57
BTRST
SYS_TO_NAVI 4
24 TXNAVI 56
BTRX
NAVI_TO_SYS 5
25 RXNAVI 55
BTTX

Q1606
ASENBO
E 9 BUP

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ASENBO

BUZZER
BZ1601

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BEEP
A :AVH-X7500BT/
JA1601
2 WIREDAD 118
B :AVH-X7500BT/
REMOTE

WIREDAD
WIRED

3 WIRED 117
WIRED
C :AVH-X7500BT/
1 GND
D :AVH-X7550BT/
E :AVH-X7550BT/
JA1701 F :AVH-X7550BT/
2 MIC1_P
BT MIC

F 1 MIC1_N

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EVOL
IC1451
PML020A
AVSEL_L 8
IN2L
CN1703 (2/2)
REAR_V VCROUT_V
29

PREOUT/VCROUT
MONVBS 61 RCA_FL RCA_FL
D TO 2/2 FRONT_L 10

60 RCA_RL RCA_RL
REAR_L 6

59 RCA_SWL RCA_SWL
PRE_SWL 2

EV12
54
VP
Q1703
(2/2)
Q1703
(1/2) Q1702
B

SCL

SDA

RST RCAMUTE
Q1102
BUP

AUX_L 18
MICIN SYSMUTE
iNAVI 14
IN5L
AMP
IC1101
PA2030A
CN1001
SCL SP_RL 11 17 FL+
IN1 OUT3(+) 3
SDA EVSEL 32 SP_FL
STB 15 19 FL-
IN3 OUT3(-) 1
RST EVSDA 31
DATA
EVSCK 30
CLK 9 RL+
EVSACLK 28 OUT1(+) 4
SACLK
7 RL-
EVSAOUT 27 OFFSET OUT1(-) 2
SAOUT Q1101 C
OFFSET 25
BTANAL 9 H-SW/VOS-DET
IN3L
CLK
OUT
AMPMUTE
Q1103
SYSMUTE 22
MUTE
SET

POWER SUPPLY
Q1104
4
SYS+B STBY

AMPPW
BUP 15
BREM
IC1001
NJW4830U2
1 5 BREM
IN OUT 12

TELMUTE
TELMUTE Q1005 MUTE
14
PBSENS
PBSENS Q1006 P.B.
9
D
BGSENS
BGSENS Q1004 BGSENS
10
ILMSENS
UTE
ISENS Q1003 ILM
13
ASENS
ASENS Q1001 (2/2) ACC
11
BSENS
BSENS Q1001 (1/2)
BUP

CN1702
nRESET
7
UART_AT_TX
11
UART_AT_RX
12

DAC
IC1701 E
WM8761BGED
9 2 I2S_OUT
VOUTL DIN 13
3 I2S_CLK
BTDAC5 REG. BCKIN 15
IC1207 1 I2S_SYNC
MM1856A50N LRCIN 16
BT MODULE

1 5 8 14 I2S_MCLK
DD8 VIN VOUT VDD MCLK 17
3 13
AVH-X7500BT/XNUC CONT FORMAT
BT33V 8
AVH-X7500BT/XNEW5 BT33

BT18 REG.
AVH-X7500BT/XNUW5 IC1208
S-1172B18-E6
AVH-X7550BT/XNRC DD5
6
VIN VOUT
1 BT18V
5

AVH-X7550BT/XNRD 3 BT18_EN
6
ON/OFF 4
AVH-X7550BT/XNRI
MIC1_P MIC1_P
21
MIC_BIAS
22
MIC1_N MIC1_N
20 F

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A DVD AMP UNIT (2/2)


A
RF FRONT END IC
IC1801
TDA7706
JA1801
ANTENNA

1 5 57 TUN_L
FMMIXIN1 DACOUTL A TO1/2
16
2,3 PINDIN
18
LNAIN
31 43
RSTN TUNRST
DC/DC CONVERTER I2CSDA
33 42
TUNDATA
IC1206 34 44
DD8 AN33012UA I2CSCL TUNCLK
Q1208
P1207 3 1
VD8 RS1 VCC BUP
P1208 2
VCC_S1
ILM+B 24
VCC_S2
4
HSD1
7
FB1
6
B DD5
COMP1 EN1
8 70
VDCNT8
Q1209 12 64
P1205 FLAG DDCERR
23
VD5 RS2
P1206
PWRVI

22 13
HSD2 SYNC
18 9
FB2 EN2
19
COMP2

USB5 REG.
IC1210
AN33014UA
24 4
USB5 LX PVCC1 BUP
2 5
RSO PVCC2
9 6
RSIN VCC
C 12
FB
11 19 USBFLG
COMP FLAG
16 USBCNT
EN
17 65
SYNC DDCCLK

DDC33 REG.
IC1209
BD9876EFJ
1 8
DDC33 LX VCC BUP
4
BT33 FB
5
SYNC
6 69
EN VDCNT5

MOTV
D IC1203
VDD33 REG. BA00DD0WHFP
IC1201
NJW4181U3-33B 4 2
MOTV Vout Vcc BUP
1 3 1 91
VDD33 VOUT VIN BUP CTL MTRPW

EV12 REG.
IC1204
NJW4132U2-A
Q1205
1 5
EV12 SW V+ SYS+B
3 4 86
IN EN/SYNC HIOUTCLK

TUN5 REG.
IC1205
NJM2886DL3-05
4 2
TUN5 VOUT VIN DD8
1
CONT

SYS+B
E IC1202
BA00CC0WFP
4 2
FAN MOTOR

CN1201 FAN SYS+B VOUT VCC BUP


Q1204 1
FANV P1201
BUP CTL
2
GND
1 Q1201

66
SYSPW

Q1202
49
CLCNT1

Q1203
50
CLCNT2

SWVDD33 REG.
Q1212
SWVDD33 VDD33
F
99
FLPSEN

AVH-X7500BT/XNUC
24
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

USB

2
3
JA1901
USB5V

USB_D-

USB_D+
CN1603
DP
59
DM
57
USB5V
USB5 47
124 TEMPSENS
TEMPSEN 2
119 COMDC
43 COMDC 4
TUNRST 73 LCDPW
42 LCDPW 26
TUNDATA
44 30 SYStoSH
TUNCLK TXSOC 9
31 SHtoSYS
RXSOC 25
95 SHMUTE
SOCAMUTE1 14
94 SHIRQ
SOCIRQPW 19
93 SHRST
SOCXRST 24
37 SHSTBY
SOCSTB 46
USBFLG
45
B

CN101
70 USBCNT
VDCNT8 48
64
DDCERR
A :AVH-X7500BT/XNUC PWRVI 10
11
B :AVH-X7500BT/XNEW5 12

F
13
C :AVH-X7500BT/XNUW5 DDC33 20

D :AVH-X7550BT/XNRC 21
22
E :AVH-X7550BT/XNRD 23

ILM+B 35
F :AVH-X7550BT/XNRI
SH_L SH_L
B 30
iComp iComp
TO 1/2 C 34
MONVBS MONVBS
D 43

CCR
37
CCG
41
CCB
CCSYNC
39
C
36

65
CN1601 (2/2)
DDCCLK
CCR
1

NAVI/iPhone
LINK CABLE
CCG
2
CCB
3
SYSTEM uCOM CCSYNC
4
IC1301(2/2)
MONON
A :PDB101A8 DDC33 22

B C D :PDB102A8
E F CN1602
AVDD
SWVDD33 3

69 MOTV 11
VDCNT5
12
13

121 OCA_SW
OCA_SW 1

ANGLE_IN
122 ANGLEIN
2
D

CN1
98 MTRS
MTRS 7

91 MGND
MTRPW IC1611 8
TC74VHCT08AFKS1
1
9
G
DD5 3 ANGMTR
89 2 6
MTR1

4
6 SLIDEMTR
87 5 5
MTR2
86
HIOUTCLK 9
8 MTRSEL
97 10 4
MTRSEL

CN1604
ILM+B 9
DDC33 8

G_PWM
92 G_PWM
3
E
90 R_PWM
R_PWM 2
CN2001

88 B_PWM
B_PWM 1
126 KDT1
KDT1 10
127 KDT0
KDT0 15
59 ROT2
B

ROTIN2 14
60 ROT1
66 ROTIN1 13
SYSPW
10 DSENS
DSENS 12
112 REMIN
REMIN 6
49 26 RESET
CLCNT1 NRST 11

50
CLCNT2

F
99
FLPSEN

AVH-X7500BT/XNUC
5 6 7 8
25
1 2 3 4

C DVD CORE UNIT (MS7.1)


A

NRES

VIDEO+AUDIO
IC1501
MN2DS0018MA
70 149
NRES SRCK
151
ADOUT
150
LRCK
46
FLASH 16MB X 2 SDODAC
47
SCKDAC
45
LTDAC
26 59 148
CE XCFS1 DACCK
IC1401
CWW5655 152
IECOUT
B 138
COMPOSITE
191
STANDBY
STSCOMN 57
CE 26 213
NEXCE 56
CMDCOMN
IC1402 IRQPWR
58
CWW5656 55
AMUTE

D[0-15]

A[0-19]
11 31
WE NEXWE
NRES 12 28 214
RESET OE NEXOE VCC5

SDRAM
C IC1480
M12L64164A-5TG2Y
VOLTAGE DETECT AVCC5
MA[0-11] VD8
121
VDSENS
MDQ[0-15]
109
VREFH VREF
15 179 113
LDQM DQM0 VIN5
39 180 114
UDQM DQM1 VIN6 VCC33
20 193
BA0 BA0
21 197
BA1 BA1
16 181
WE NWE
17 188
CAS NCAS
18 189
RAS NRAS
19 190
CS NCSM
38 183 VCC12
CLK MCK
185
MCKI

D
124
DSCSNS
MOTOR DRIVER CLAMP
67
IC1201
BD8217EFV
LOP 41 19 53
LOADING LDO+ CTL1 CONT1
MOTOR
M LOM 42 20 54
LDO- CTL2 CONT2
31 65 111
SL1IN STEPPER2 F+H_G+H
29 64 112
SL2IN STEPPER1 E+G_E+F
CN1201 27 71
FG FG
33 110 106
COIL_V 12 Vc VHALF LPCO2
5 V_OUT 35 126
TIN TD
6 37 127
COIL_W 13 FIN FD
7 W_OUT 39 62 104
LDIN LDIN LPCO1
8 53 66
COIL_U 11 SPIN MD
9 U_OUT 120
VIN1
10 97
VIN1RF
E VIN2 119
VIN2RF 98
HALL_U+ 9 117
17 HU+ VIN3
HALL_U- 8 100
16 HU- VIN3RF
HALL_V+ 7 118
15 HV+ VIN4
HALL_V- 6 99
SPINDLE 14
HALL_W+ 5
HV- VIN4RF
115
MOTOR 13
HALL_W-
HW+ VIN7
4 VIN8 116
12 HW-
STEPPING CDMPD
105
MOTOR DVDMPD
103
HALL_BIAS- 10 TEMP 122
11 HALL_VC
HALL_BIAS+ 63 RFINP 96
18 VCC5 HOME

A+ 15 FCO+ 43
4 SLO1+
A- 16 FCO- 44
2 SLO1-
B+ 17 45
3 SLO2+ TKO+
B- 18 46
1 SLO2- TKO-
F
SWITCH
20

AVH-X7500BT/XNUC
26
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

A
CN1901
XRESET
9

AUDIO 2CH ANALOG OUT


IC1801
PCM1753DBQ
1 7 ANALOG LOUT
BCK VOUTL 17
2
DATA
3 LRCK
13 MD
14 MC
15 ML
16
SCK

IECOUT A CN1301
COMPOSIT
25 B
19
STANBY
13
SLVSTS
12
HSTCMD 11
IRQPWR 10
AMUTE
8

VD5
VDD5 7
VCC5 REG.
IC1901 VD8 .12
S-1133B50-U5
5 4 VD8
VCC5 VOUT VIN 3
3

D
ON/OFF

AVCC5 REG. COMPOUND UNIT(A)


IC1900
S-1200B50-M5
CN1301 DISC SENS C
5 1 S1203 S1204
AVCC5 VOUT VIN DSCSNS Disc detect 4 DISC SENS
3 3
ON/OFF 8cm
S1205

VCC33 REG. 8cm


S1202
IC1004 8cm 5 8cm
2
NJM2885DL1-33
8cm 3 8cm
4 12cm
3 1 S1201
VCC33 OUT IN VDD5 12cm 2 12cm
5
GND 1
6
VCC12 REG.
IC1005
R1232D121B

E
8 2
VCC12 LX VIN VDD5
5 3
VOUT VDD
CE
4
COMPOUND UNIT(B)
D
CLAMP
S1206
CLAMP1 TP1
CLAMP2 TP2

CN1101
F+H/G+H
21
E+G/E+F
22
Q1102 Q1104
LD(CD)
24

Q1101 Q1103
LD(DVD)
25

A
8

B
7 E
C 9

D 10
PU UNIT(SERVICE)
FE1 11
FE2 12
78MD
14
65MD 15
TH 5
RF 17

F+ 2
F- 1
T- 3
T+
4
F
VREF 19
VCC
VCC5 20

AVH-X7500BT/XNUC
5 6 7 8
27
1 2 3 4

F MONITOR UNIT
A
CN101
COMDC
57

MONVBS 59
18 CVBS1

IC231
MM1856A50N RGB VIDEO ISOLATOR
ILM+B 1 5
26 VIN VOUT VIDEO DECODER SH PART uCOM
3 IC451 IC236
CONT IC232 ML86V7675TBZA3A R5S72690RW266FP
BH7673G Q231
CCR 4 1
24 IN+ OUT

12
RIN1
191
HSD
IC233 190
BH7673G Q232 DE
44
B 20
CCG 4
IN+ OUT
1 VSD
43
STBYB
1 179
GIN1 RSTB

IC234
BH7673G Q233
CCB 4 1 189
22 IN+ OUT DCLK

iComp 5
27 BIN1

IC235 LCD33
BH7673G Q234
51 V_SDA0
CCYNC 4 1 SDA 4
25 IN+ OUT 52 V_SCL0 VIN
SCL 6
16 CE
CSYNC_A

C DDC33
SOC12 REG.
iPod CP
IC421
SOC33 IC173 337S3959
CN1603

VDEC33 BD00IA5WEFJ
VCC
DDC33 8 1
38 VCC VO SOC12 8
5 2 Q421
39 EN FB
SOC33 LCD
40
A

41 VDEC15 REG.
IC175 76
CPPW
R12
MM1856A15N
1 5
VIN VOUT VDEC15
3
CONT
SDRAM
IC381 Q601
PWRVI
48
LCD33 REG. M12L128168A-5TG2N 66 13
LPSYNC RT
49 IC171
50 PWRVI MM3526A33P
4 5
51 VDD VOUT LCD33
LCDPW 3
35 CE
FLASH ROM
IC401
A D :CXX5303
D B C E F :CXX5302
SHRST 3
37 RESET

88
RES
239
TMPSENS BLSYNC
59 THERMISTOR 223
TH101 BLEN
DAC 22
IC431 DIMMER
118
WM8761BGED BLERR
SH_L 9
31 VOUTL

V_SDA0
SHMUTE 77 V_SCL0
47 SHMUTE
SHIRQ 216
42 SOCIRQ
SHSTBY 68
15 SHSTBY 70
SYStoSH 202 VDECCK/TCHCLK
52 StoSO 71
SHtoSYS 203 VDECDT/TCHDATA
36 SOtoS 42
E 16
USBFLG 16
USBFLG
TCHIRQ
USBCNT 24
13 USBCONT
DM 93
4 USBDM
DP 94
2 USBDP
USB5V 95
TAGGING
14 VBUS IC402
MX25L8006EM2I-

AVH-X7500BT/XNUC
28
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

TFT LCD
A
COMDC CN111
Q111 Q112
Vcom
20

50
R[0-5] I
55

42
LCD
G[0-5] I
47

34
B[0-5] I
39

HSD
31
DE
32
VSD
STBYB
30
B
27
RSTB
28

IC237
TC7SZ34FU
2 4 DCLK
33

GRADATION VOLTAGE AVDD


59
21
4 23
VIN LX1
6 24
CE LX2
7
7 V[1-10] I
VFB 16
12
AMPOUT

20
CPVCC V96 VGH
5 C
22 VGL
CPPSW Q602 3

21 VCC
LCD POWER CPP LCD33 4
IC601 25
R1290K103A
58

1
13
RT 17
CPPFB

5
VREF
DTC 10
15
CPNFB
CN551
19
CPN BL10.75
PWRVI 1 D
LCD BACKLIGHT DRIVER
IC551
BD81A04EFV-M BACKLIGHT
1 20
VCC OUTL
28 17
CS OVP
5 13 LED
SYNC LED1 2
27 14
EN LED2
8
PMW
9
FAIL1
10
FAIL2

V_SDA0
V_SCL0 TOUCH PANEL CONTROLLER
IC201
AK4187VN CN201
1 8 XL
SCL XN 4
2
SDA YN
13 YB
3
TOUCH
4
PENIRQN YP
12 YT
1 PANEL E

TAGGING
IC402
MX25L8006EM2I-12G A :AVH-X7500BT/XNUC D :AVH-X7550BT/XNRC
B :AVH-X7500BT/XNEW5 E :AVH-X7550BT/XNRD
C :AVH-X7500BT/XNUW5 F :AVH-X7550BT/XNRI

AVH-X7500BT/XNUC
5 6 7 8
29
1 2 3 4

B KEYBOARD UNIT
A
REMOTE CONTROL SENSOR
IC2001
CN2001 GP1UXC14RK
REMIN 1
6 REM
VCC
3
DDC33
8

ILM+B
9

KEY MATRIX
D2001 D2002
KDT0
15
S2002,S2003,S2005
KDT1 S2006,S2007,S2008
10
RESET
S2009,S2010 B R G B R G
11

B
CN1604

VOLUME/MUTE
S2004

4 5

ROT1 1 3
A

13

14 ROT2 2

Q2002
B_PWM
1

Q2001(1/2)
R_PWM
2

Q2001(2/2)
G_PWM
3

C DSENS
S2001
DSENS
12

G MAIN PCB UNIT


MOTOR DRIVER
IC1
CN1 BA6247FP
ANGMTR 5 22 OUT2
D 6 IN1 OUT2

M ANGLE
5
SLIDEMTR 6
IN2
MOTOR
18 OUT1_A
OUT1

MTRSEL 8
4 IN3
Q1 1 OUT3
OUT3
MTRS 14
7 VR SLIDE
M MOTOR
OUT1_S
MOTV 9
10 VCC1

16
11 VCC2
CN1602

H SW PCB UNIT
A

SWVDD SWVDD SWVDD


3

E ANGLE ANGLE ANGLE


2 VR51

OCD_SW OCD_SW OCD_SW


1

DEG0 CLOSE OPEN


S1 S51 S52

MGND MGND MGND


8

AVH-X7500BT/XNUC
30
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

5. DIAGNOSIS
5.1 OPERATIONAL FLOWCHART
A

RESET

VDD50 : pin 24 VDD50=3.3V?

bsens : pin 110 bsens=L?


B

asens : pin 111 asens=L?

dsens : pin 10 dsens=L?

Y
socstb : pin 37
socstb=H? C

Standby
ASENBO : pin 100
ASENBOH

DDCCLKClock Out D
DDCCLK : pin 65 (Frequency of 413.9 kHz)

VDCNT5 : pin 69
VDCNT5, VDCNT8H
VDCNT8 : pin 70

Starts
Communication
with Display microcomputer
E

Source keys operate



Source ON

SYSPW : pin 66 SYSPWH

AVH-X7500BT/XNUC
5 6 7 8
31
1 2 3 4

5.2 INSPECTION METHOD OF PICKUP UNIT

A Judgement of pickup conditions

Disc used:
CD-DA : TCD-782
DVD-Video : GGV1025

* Handle or store discs with care as scratched or dirty discs cannot provide accurate judgement.

How to diagnose

* For the details of checks 1 to 3, see the next page.


B
See also the mecha test mode described in the service manual.

START Replace pickup

Diagnose in a Adjust skew


Light up pickup
normal way.
No
Check 1 Yes Check 2
C Check LD current Check RF level

Check LD current Check RF level


To Replace pickup Within prescribed
Within prescribed
value? No value? No
Yes Yes
Check 3
Check measured value of error ratio
Check 2
Check RF level
* Make sure to avoid any unwiped
spots or actuator breakage. Check error ratio
Within prescribed
D Check RF level Lens cleaning
value? No
Within prescribed Clean lens Yes
completed?
value? No No
Yes Yes

To Replace pickup
Check 3
Check measured value of error ratio
* Make sure to avoid any unwiped
spots or actuator breakage.

Check error ratio Lens cleaning


Within prescribed Clean lens
completed?
value? No No
E
Yes Yes

To Replace pickup

No problem found
End
in pickup

AVH-X7500BT/XNUC
32
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

Check 1: Check LD current A

<Check>
Check the voltage value between terminals in the focus closed status in the test mode.

NO. Disc used Spot to check Rated value Remarks: LD current value (ref.)
1 GGV1025 DVDLD1-VCC5_3 88~572(mV) 10~65(mA)

DVDLD1 B

VCC5_3
C

NO. Disc used Spot to check Rated value Remarks: LD current value (ref.)
2 TCD-782 CDLD1-VCC5_3 150~900(mV) 10~60(mA)

VCC5_3

E
CDLD1

Mind breakage of a laser diode caused by static electricity.


F

AVH-X7500BT/XNUC
5 6 7 8
33
1 2 3 4

A Check 2: Check RF level

<Check>
Check the ASMAX value on the test mode screen in the focus closed status in the test mode.
NO. Disc used Spot to check Rated value Remarks:
ASMAX value on 0000 0026 or more RF level requiring gain + 6dBup
1 GGV1025
test mode screen (check) (ASMAX level)
ASMAX value on 0000 0029 or more RF level requiring gain + 6dBup
2 TCD-782
test mode screen (check) (ASMAX level)

ASMAX value:
00000045 in this case

Check 3: Check measured values of error ratio

<Check>
Check the error ratio of a specified ID in the tracking closed status in the test mode.

NO. Disc used Spot to check Rated value Remarks:


D
1 GGV1025 ID : 40000 1.000E-3 or less

2 GGV1025 ID : 200000 1.000E-3 or less

3 TCD-782 ID : Home position 2.500E-3 or less

Error ratio:
0.742E-5 in this case

AVH-X7500BT/XNUC
34
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

5.3 DIAGNOSIS FLOWCHART

Check Flow at MS7 Back End A

START

VDD5
NO STANBY NO NO
Can playback (VCC33,VCC12)
OK? Power supply voltage OK?
start? Execute check 1 Execute check 2

YES YES YES

NO NO NO NO RESET B
Does operation Is the image Is the sound OK?
take time? erroneous? erroneous?
Execute check 3

YES YES YES YES

NO Flash life NO AVCC5 voltage NO AVCC5 voltage NO SDRAM IF NO VSENS


OK? OK? OK? OK? OK?
Execute check 12 Execute check 8 Execute check 8 Execute check 6 Execute check 4

YES YES YES YES YES

NO Video circuit NO DACCLK NO VD8,VCC5 NO 27 MHz


OK? normal? Power supply voltage OK? OK?
Execute check 11 Execute check 9 Execute check 7 Execute check 5
C

YES YES YES YES

Audio circuit Go to FE Check Replace unit


NO OK?
Execute check 10

YES

Go to FE Check

D
Repair defective parts
*1) Caution
*1) When a flash ROM generally needs to be
replaced by service, do not replace an IC but
Go to FE Check a core unit (as no key or others is written in a
NO flash alone).
Normal?

YES Go to FE Check

END

NO Go to FE-related
FE part normal?
repair
E
YES
Replace unit

NO
Normal?

YES

END

AVH-X7500BT/XNUC
5 6 7 8
35
1 2 3 4

A Check 1: STANBY OK?

<Check>
Check the voltage of the sending pin when the power is ON.
Checking should be based on DGND.

NO. Spot to check Module NO. Rated value Unit


1 STANDBY-DGND1 ALL VCC33-0.6V or more V

B PCB side A

STANDBY

DGND1

Fig. 1.1: Spots to check in STANDBY

AVH-X7500BT/XNUC
36
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

Check 2: VDD5 (VCC33, VCC12) Power supply voltage OK? A

VDD8 IC1401 FLASH power(Data)


F.E. driver control system IC1402 FLASH power(Program)
IC1480 SDRAM power
VCC33 (= 3.3V) IC1501 DVD-LSI power
IC1004 and IC1005
VDD5
DC/DC converter
VCC 3.3V/1.2V output
VCC12 (= 1.2V) IC1501 DVD-LSI power

Fig. 2.1: Power configuration


B

<Check>
Check the voltage of the sending pin when the power is ON.
Checking should be based on DGND.

NO. Spot to check Module NO. Rated value Unit


1 VDD5_2 - DGND1 ALL 5.0 0.4 V
2 VCC33_1 - DGND1 ALL 3.3 0.15 V
3 VCC12-1 - DGND1 ALL 1.2 0.12 V

PCB side A C

VCC12-1

VDD5_2
VCC33_1

DGND1

Fig. 2.2: Spots to check in VDD5, VCC33, VCC12 voltages

AVH-X7500BT/XNUC
5 6 7 8
37
1 2 3 4

A Check 3: RESET OK?

<Check>
Check the voltage of the sending pin when the power is ON.
Checking should be based on DGND.

NO. Spot to check Module NO. Rated value Unit


1 NRES-DGND1 ALL VCC33 x 0.7 or more V

PCB side A
B

NRES

DGND1

D
Fig. 3.1: Spots to check in RESET

AVH-X7500BT/XNUC
38
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

Check 4: VSENS OK? A

CN1901
HOST I/F
R1550, R1551 IC1501
VD8 voltage-dividing VSENS DVD-LSI
circuits

IC1004
DC/DC converter VCC33
VDD5 IC1005 VCC12
regulator B

STANBY
NRES

Fig. 4.1: Power configuration and VSENS

<Check>
Check the voltage of the sending pin when the power is ON.
Checking should be based on DGND.
C
NO. Spot to check Module NO. Rated value Unit
1 VSENS - DGND1 ALL VCC33 x 0.7 or more V

PCB side A

DGND1

VSENS
E

Fig. 4.2: Spots to check in VSENS

AVH-X7500BT/XNUC
5 6 7 8
39
1 2 3 4

Check 5: 27 MHz normal?

<Outline> Each CLOCK is created inside IC1501


A
using a 27 MHz crystal oscillator (X1501).

IC1501

DVD-LSI
X1501 OSCO
27 MHz
Crystal OSCI

VCC33 VCC12
Fig. 5.1: Clock configuration

<How to check>
Check based on DGND when the power is ON.
If NG is found, check the relevant lines, periphery of IC1501,
soldering of peripheral components and defective components.
NO. Spot to check Module NO. Rated value Unit
1 IC1501 156pin ALL 27 MHz 50ppm ppm
C

Rated
value

GND
Fig. 5.2: Rated value of a clock

D PCB side A

DGND1
E

IC1501 156pin

Fig. 5.3: Spots to check in 27 MHz

AVH-X7500BT/XNUC
40
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

Check 6: SDRAM I/F OK?

<Outline> The capacity of the communication I/F SDRAM between LSI and the memory should be
64 Mbit to assure the MPEG stream data as a buffer. A
Note that XCSM, XWE, XCAS, XRAS and XCSM in IC1480 are called in a different manner
in IC1501 as NCSM, NWE, NCAS, NRAS and NCSM respectively.

IC MA0~11 IC1501
1480 MDQ0~15 DVD-LSI
SDRAM MCK
XWE(NWE)
XCAS(NCAS)
XRAS(NRAS)
XCSM(NCSM)
DQM0
DQM1 B
BA0
BA1

Fig. 6.1: SDRAM I/F


<Check>
Check conduction between Spot to check 1 and Spot to check 2 when the power is OFF.
If NG is found, check soldering and defective components in all processes for output -> input
at the relevant spots.
C
NO. Signal name Spot to check 1 Spot to check 2 Rated value
1 MA0 IC1480 23pin IC1501 201pin 56 ohm 5%
2 MA1 IC1480 24pin IC1501 203pin 56 ohm 5%
3 MA2 IC1480 25pin IC1501 207pin 56 ohm 5%
4 MA3 IC1480 26pin IC1501 209pin 56 ohm 5%
5 MA4 IC1480 29pin IC1501 208pin 56 ohm 5%
6 MA5 IC1480 30pin IC1501 206pin 56 ohm 5%
7 MA6 IC1480 31pin IC1501 202pin 56 ohm 5%
8 MA7 IC1480 32pin IC1501 200pin 56 ohm 5%
9 MA8 IC1480 33pin IC1501 198pin 56 ohm 5%
10 MA9 IC1480 34pin IC1501 194pin 56 ohm 5%
11 MA10 IC1480 22pin IC1501 199pin 56 ohm 5% D
12 MA11 IC1480 35pin IC1501 192pin 56 ohm 5%
13 MDQ0 IC1480 2pin IC1501 160pin 56 ohm 5%
14 MDQ1 IC1480 4pin IC1501 162pin 56 ohm 5%
15 MDQ2 IC1480 5pin IC1501 164pin 56 ohm 5%
16 MDQ3 IC1480 7pin IC1501 168pin 56 ohm 5%
17 MDQ4 IC1480 8pin IC1501 170pin 56 ohm 5%
18 MDQ5 IC1480 10pin IC1501 172pin 56 ohm 5%
19 MDQ6 IC1480 11pin IC1501 176pin 56 ohm 5%
20 MDQ7 IC1480 13pin IC1501 178pin 56 ohm 5%
21 MDQ8 IC1480 42pin IC1501 177pin 56 ohm 5%
22 MDQ9 IC1480 44pin IC1501 175pin 56 ohm 5%
23 MDQ10 IC1480 45pin IC1501 171pin 56 ohm 5% E
24 MDQ11 IC1480 47pin IC1501 169pin 56 ohm 5%
25 MDQ12 IC1480 48pin IC1501 167pin 56 ohm 5%
26 MDQ13 IC1480 50pin IC1501 163pin 56 ohm 5%
27 MDQ14 IC1480 51pin IC1501 161pin 56 ohm 5%
28 MDQ15 IC1480 53pin IC1501 159pin 56 ohm 5%
29 MCK IC1480 38pin IC1501 183pin 105.7 ohm or less
30 XWE IC1480 16pin IC1501 181pin 56 ohm 5%
31 XCAS IC1480 17pin IC1501 188pin 56 ohm 5%
32 XRAS IC1480 18pin IC1501 189pin 56 ohm 5%
33 XCSM IC1480 19pin IC1501 190pin 56 ohm 5%
34 DQM0 IC1480 15pin IC1501 179pin 56 ohm 5%
F
35 DQM1 IC1480 39pin IC1501 180pin 56 ohm 5%
36 BA0 IC1480 20pin IC1501 193pin 56 ohm 5%
37 BA1 IC1480 21pin IC1501 197pin 56 ohm 5%

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PCB side B
A

Spot to check 1 (IC1480)

PCB side A

Spot to check 2 (IC1501)

Fig. 6.2: Spots to check in SDRAM I/F

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Check 7: VD8, VCC5 Power supply voltage OK? A

VD8_1
F.E. driver system

IC1901
VD VCC5 (= 5.0 V) PU power
VCC 5V
REG IC

Fig. 7.1: Power configuration


B
<Check>
Check the voltage of the sending pin when the power is ON.
Checking should be based on PGND, AGND.
NO. Spot to check Module NO. Rated value Unit
1 VD8_1 - PGND3 ALL 8.0 0.4 V
2 VD - PGND_3 ALL 8.0 0.4 V
3 VCC5_1 - AGND1 ALL 5.0 0.1 V

PCB side A
C

VD8_1

VD

PGND3

AGND1 D

VCC5_1

E
Fig. 7.2: Spots to check in VD8, VCC5 voltages

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A Check 8: AVCC5 voltage OK?

IC1900
VD AVCC 5V AVCC5 (= 5.0 V ) IC1801
REG IC Audio-DAC

Fig. 8.1: Power configuration

<Check>
Play back DVD-REF-A1 TITLE1 to check the voltage of the sending pin.
B Checking should be based on PGND, AGND.

NO. Spot to check Module NO. Rated value Unit


1 VD - PGND_3 ALL 8.0 0.4 V
2 AVCC5 - GNDAU1 ALL 5.0 0.1 V

PCB side A

VD

PGND3 GNDAU1

AVCC5

E
Fig. 8.2: Spots to check in VD8, AVCC5 voltages

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Check 9: DACCLK normal? A

<Outline> DACCLK for Audio-DAC is created through IC1501


using a 27 MHz crystal oscillator (X1501).

IC1501

X1501 DVD-LSI IC1801


27 MHz DACCLK Audio-DAC
Crystal

VCC33 VCC12

Fig. 9.1: Clock configuration

<How to check>
DVD: DVD-REF-A1 TITLE 1
CD: Play back a general CDDA
Common in all modules compatible with DVD-V C
Checking should be based on DGND.
If NG is found, check the relevant lines, periphery of IC1501,
soldering of peripheral components and defective components.

NO. Spot to check 1 (sending pin) Media Rated value 1 Rated value 2 Rated value 3
1 DACCK DVD 2.0 V~VCC33V DGND~0.8 V 36.8640 MHz 300 ppm
2 DACCK CD 2.0 V~VCC33V DGND~0.8 V 33.8688 MHz 300 ppm

Rated value 1

D
Rated
Rated
value 2
value 3

GND

Fig. 9.2: Rated value of a clock

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PCB side A

Spot to check 2 (IC1501 148pin)


Spot to check 1 (probe)

Fig. 9.3: Spots to check in 27 MHz, DACCLK

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Check 10: Audio circuit OK? A

<Outline>The serial three-wire digital output +DACCLK that is output from DVD-LSI (IC1501) is converted
to the analog audio signal using Audio-DAC (IC1801), and the converted signal is output from
HOST I/F (CN1901).
Simultaneously, the analog MUTE signal is output through HOST I/F from DVD-LSI (IC1501).
The digital audio signal (IECOUT) output from DVD-LSI (IC1501) is output through CN1901.

CN1901
HOST I/F

IC1501
DVD-LSI LRCK IC1801 LO B
ADOUT Audio-DAC
SRCK RO

GNDAU
IECOUT

Fig. 10.1: Audio circuit


C

<How to check>
Play back DVD-REF-A1 TITLE2 CHAPTER1 (48k/16bit 1kHz 0dB).
Checking should be based on DGND.
If NG is found, check the relevant lines, periphery of main components described above,
soldering of peripheral components and defective components.

NO. Spot to check 1 (sending pin) Rated value 1 Rated value 2 Reference waveform
1 ADOUT VCC33V-0.6V or more 0.4V or less Waveform 1
2 SRCK VCC33V-0.6V or more 0.4V or less Waveform 2
3 LRCK VCC33V-0.6V or more 0.4V or less Waveform 3
D

Rated value 2
Rated value 1

GND

Fig. 10.2: Rated value of serial three wires

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PCB side B

LRCK

C
ADOUT

SRCK

Fig. 10.3: Spots to check for serial three wires

Perform the following check based on GNDAU2 using the measurement circuit
shown below:

47 k 47 k

LO GNDAU2 RO

NO. Spot to check 1 (sending pin) Rated value (rms) Reference waveform
4 LO 1400 150 mV Waveform 4
5 RO 1400 150 mV Waveform 4

Rated value is an effective value (rms)


E

Fig. 10.4: Rated value of analog audio out (LO, RO)

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PCB side A
A

LO
RO

GNDAU
B

Fig. 10.5: Spots to check in analog audio out

Checking should be based on DGND.


Checking should be performed after connecting 24Pin FFC to the jig or other equipment.
NO. Spot to check 1 (sending pin) Rated value 1 Rated value 2 Reference waveform
6 IEC VCC33V-0.6V or more 0.4V or less Waveform 5

PCB side A
D

IEC

Fig. 10.6: Spot to check in digital audio signal (IECOUT)

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Check 11: Video circuit OK?

<Outline> A composite signal is output from DVD-LSI (IC1501)


A
and is output from HOST I/F (CN1901).

CN1901
HOST I/F
IC1501
DVD_LSI
COMPOSIT
Video Composite
DAC

Fig. 11.1: Video circuit


B

<How to check>
Play back DVD-REF-A1 TITLE2 CHAPTER5 (WHITE 100IRE).
Monitor the COMPOSITE signal based on GNDV1 (sending pin) using an oscilloscope.
Set the Trigger mode and Trigger line to TV trigger and line 150 respectively.

NO. Spot to check 1 (sending pin) Rated value Reference waveform


1 COMPOSITE 1000 mVpp 5 % Waveform 6

If NG is found, check the relevant lines, periphery of main components described above,
C soldering of peripheral components and defective components.
PEAK

COMPOSITE signal Rated value

Color burst
Pedestal level
BOTTOM
Horizontal synchronous signal
Fig. 11.2: Waveform when 100% composite white is output
D
PCB side A

E COMPOSITE

Fig. 11.5: Spot to check in VIDEO signal

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To determine whether the FLASH memory has come to the end of its life A

In case the user operation is poorly responded or the overall operation is heavy, the FLASH memory may have
reached the end of its life.
Whether the FLASH memory has reached the end of its life is determined by viewing the display of the LD live time.

1. Display the LD live time.


(For how to display the LD live time, see LD power on time mode.)
2. The second digit of the live time from the left being E as in *E** ****
means the FLASH memory has reached the end of its life.

E.g.:
B

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AUDIO

CH1 : LO
CH1 : ADOUT3 CH2 : RO
A Reference voltage: DGND2 1 V/div. 5 usec/div Reference voltage: GNDAU2 1 V/div. 500 usec/div

G G

Waveform 1 Waveform 4
B

CH1 : SRCK CH1 : IECOUT


Reference voltage: DGND2 1 V/div. 5 usec/div Reference voltage: DGND2 1 V/div. 500 nsec/div

G
G
C

Waveform 2 Waveform 5

CH1 : LRCK
Reference voltage: DGND2 1 V/div. 5 usec/div

Waveform 3

VIDEO

[WHITE 100IRE]
E
CH1 : COMPOSITE

Reference voltage: GNDV1 200 mV/div. 10 usec/div

F
Waveform 6

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5.4 ERROR CODE LIST

LIST OF ERRORS A

How to restore
UART ACC Source Eject Play
Error status OSD *1 *2 Meaning Off/On Off/On Key
Media Error UNPLAYABLE DISC 00h Discs of unplayable formats only X X X -
(Error status will be No error)
Open (No display) 10h Door open error * * * *
Read Error ERROR-02-99 20h Transfer start error X X X X
Focus Error (Focus Error ERROR-02-90 21h Focus error X X X X
in mechanism set up)
Surface Error ERROR-02-9E 22h Focus error during setup (no focus has - - X -
been taken with the disc)
Address not found ERROR-02-80 23h No address is found X X X X
(Invalid Track) B
Spindle Lock ERROR-02-91 24h Spindle lock NG (disc cannot rotate) X X X X
Carriage HOME ERROR-02-92 25h Carriage home NG (a pickup attempts X X X X
carriage home but stops unable to return)
ID/SUBCODE Read ERROR-02-94 26h ID/SUBCODE Read Error (ID/SUBCODE X X X X
Error not readable due to scratches, dirt, etc.)
AV CHIP decode Error ERROR-02-9A 2Ah AV CHIP decode NG (AV chip cannot X X X X
be decoded)
AV CHIP Recovery NG ERROR-02-9B 2Bh AV CHIP recovery NG X X X X
Error of PLAY BACK ERROR-02-9C 2Ch Playback status error (error due to X X X X
Mode Status software factor)
Disc Data Error ERROR-02-9D 2Dh Disc Data NG X X X X
Temp Error (In Case of THERMAL PROTECTION IN 30h High temperature (playback stops as the X - - -
High Temperature) MOTION pickup temperature exceeds 89 degrees C)
No Disc (including Disc (No display) 40h No disc inserted (including disc loading/ * * * * C
loading and ejecting) ejecting)
Loading_Mecha Error (No display) 50h Loading mechanical error (disc X - X -
cannot be clamped)
DRM Error PROTECTED DISC 70h DRM error (no all song can be played X X X -
back by DRM)
Region code Error DIFFERENT REGION DISC 90h Region code NG (playback impossible X X X -
due to different mechanical regions)
CPRM*7 Key Error *8 UNPLAYABLE DISC 93h Playback key error X - X -
REQUEST error ERROR-02-A0 A0h REQUEST error X X X X
Issuance of read ERROR-02-A1 A1h Issuance of read command failed X X X X
command failed (chip
dependent)
L0 adjustment NG ERROR-02-A2 A2h L0 adjustment NG X X X X
L1 adjustment NG ERROR-02-A3 A3h L1 adjustment NG X X X X D
LD system NG ERROR-02-A4 A4h LD system NG X X X X
Gain adjustment system ERROR-02-A5 A5h Gain adjustment system NG X X X X
NG
Gain determination ERROR-02-A6 A6h Gain determination system NG X X X X
system NG
Servo initial setting NG ERROR-02-A7 A7h Servo initial setting NG X X X X
Disc unclamped ERROR-02-A8 A8h Disc unclamped X X X X
Tracking system NG ERROR-02-A9 A9h Tracking system NG X X X X
Media setting system NG ERROR-02-AA AAh Media setting system NG X X X X
Focus Error ERROR-02-AB ABh JUMP between layers NG X X X X
Error of PLAY BACK ERROR-02-B0 B0h Navigation command error X X X X
Mode Status
Error of PLAY BACK ERROR-02-B1 B1h Retry over X X X X E
Mode Status
DivX DRM Inofrmation ERROR-02-C1 C1h DivX DRM information update error X - - -
Update Error *10
Undefined Error ERROR-FF-FF FFh Undefined error X X X X
X: An error is cancelled by operation. -: No error is cancelled by operation. *: No setting
*1 Contents displayed in OSD. The articles with several display patterns have the upper line with the Japanese version of Full GUI, and the lower
line with the Touch Panel model and Full GUI (English version).
*2 Parameter sent by the DVD mecha, on the UART command such as Notify reception error. See Chapter 2 for details.
*3 CPPM (Content Protection for Prerecorded Media): Copyright technology used in DVD-A. This is achieved with the keys recorded in the media
as well as the device keys the player has.
*4 Available only for the models compatible with DVD-A.
In case of an error, the audio output will be muted only but the playback operation will continue. Also, acceptance of the user operation will be
the same as normal.
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*5 AWM (Audio Watermark): Electronic watermark where the information on the owner of copyright or CCI (Copy Control Information) is included
A
for determination of illegally copied discs or other means.
*6 No notice as an error status will be conducted, but error occurrence will be notified in the operation status notice. See Chapter 2 for details.
*7 CPRM (Content Protection for Recordable Media): Copyright technology for the digital contents used for recordable DVDs or memory cards.
*8 Available only for the models compatible with DVD-VR
*9 This occurs when the audio property information notice is sent from the DVD mecha but no audio property activation notice is returned.
The time taken for occurrence should be specified in the latency time for the audio property notice set in the connection confirmation command.
*10 This occurs when the DRM information update notice is sent from the DVD mecha but no DRM information update response is returned.

External storage device (USB)

Message Cause Action Message Cause Action Message Cause Action


B Unplayable This type of file Select a file that Incompatible The connected Connect a USB Error-02-9X/- Communication Perform one of
File cannot be can be played. USB USB device is portable audio DX failed. the following op-
played on this not supported player or USB erations.
unit. by this unit. memory that is Turn the ignition
There are no Transfer the audio USB Mass Stor- switch OFF and
songs. files to the USB age Class compli- back ON.
portable audio ant. Disconnect the
player/USB mem- The USB device The connected USB portable
ory and connect. is not formatted USB device audio player/USB
with FAT12, should be format- memory.
Security for the Follow the USB Change to a dif-
connected USB memory instruc- FAT16 or FAT32. ted with FAT12,
FAT16 or FAT32. ferent source.
memory is en- tions to disable Then, return to
abled. security. Check USB The USB con- Check that the the USB portable
Format Read Sometimes Wait until the nector or USB USB connector or audio player/USB
there is a delay message disap- cable has short- USB cable is not memory.
between the pears and you circuited. caught in some-
thing or dam- It is not pos- This units flash Select a file that
C start of playback hear sound. sible to write memory used can be played.
and when you aged.
it in the as the tempo-
start to hear any The connected Disconnect the flash. rary storage
sound. USB storage de- USB portable area is full.
Protect All the files on Replace the USB vice consumes audio player/USB
more than maxi- memory and do Format Read Sometimes Wait until the
the connected storage device. there is a delay message disap-
USB storage de- mum allowable not use it. Turn
current. the ignition between the pears and you
vice are em- start of playback hear sound.
bedded with switch to OFF,
then to ACC or and when you
DRM. start to hear any
ON and then con-
Skipped The connected The protected nect a compliant sound.
USB storage de- files are skipped. USB portable Audio For- This type of file Select a file that
vice contains audio player/USB mat not sup- is not supported can be played.
DRM protected memory. ported on this unit.
files.

D
iPod iTunes tagging Bluetooth

Message Cause Action Message Cause Action Message Cause Action

Format Read Sometimes Wait until the iPod full. Memory used Sync the iPod Error-10 The power failed Turn the ignition
there is a delay message disap- Tags not for tag informa- with iTunes and for the switch OFF and
between the pears and you transferred. tion on the iPod clean up the Bluetooth mod- then to ACC or
start of playback hear sound. is full. tagged playlist. ule of this unit. ON.
and when you Memory full. This units flash The tag informa- If the error mes-
start to hear any Tags not memory used tion on this unit is sage is still dis-
sound. stored. Con- as the tempo- transferred to the played after
Error-02-6X/- Communication Disconnect the nect iPod. rary storage iPod automati- performing the
9X/-DX failed. cable from the area is full. cally when an above action,
iPod. Once the iPod is con- please contact
iPods main nected. your dealer or an
menu is dis- authorized
Tag transfer This units tag Check the iPod Pioneer Service
played, reconnect
E failed. Re- information and try again. Station.
the iPod and reset connect your cannot transfer
it. iPod. to the iPod.
iPod failure. Disconnect the Tag store Tag information Try again.
cable from the failed. cannot be
iPod. Once the stored in this
iPods main unit.
menu is dis-
played, reconnect Error-8D Built-in FLASH Turn the ignition
the iPod and reset ROM encoun- OFF or ON.
it. tered an error.

Error-02-67 The iPod firm- Update the iPod Already This tag infor- Tag information
ware version is version. stored mation is al- can only be saved
old. ready stored in once for any
memory. given song. Tag
Stop There are no Transfer songs to information can-
songs. the iPod. not be saved for
F There are no Select a list that the same song
songs in the contains songs. more than once.
current list.
Not Found No related Transfer songs to
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Pandora A
Message Cause Action Message Cause Action Understanding auto EQ error
Error-19 Communication Disconnect the Communica- If there is no Please reconnect
messages
failed. cable from the tion error oc- ACK after 10 at- your iPhone and When correct measurement of the cars interior
iPod. Once the cured. Please tempted retries try again. acoustic characteristics is not possible using
iPods main reconnect at 750 ms, the auto EQ, an error message may appear on the
menu is dis- your device. accessory display. In such cases, refer to the table below to
played, reconnect should assume see what the problem is and how it may be cor-
the iPod and reset that communi- rected. After checking, try again.
it. cation is inter-
Start up the The Pandora ap- Start up the rupted and
Message Cause Action
Pandora Ap- plication has Pandora applica- disconnect
plication not started run- tion from your from Please con- The microphone Plug the optional
from your ning yet. iPhone. PandoraLink. nect the mi- is not con- microphone se-
Device. Device has No Bluetooth Follow the in- crophone for nected. curely into the
not been device found. structions that ap- measure- jack.
Unable to Unable to save Try again later.
registered. pear on the ment. When B
save thumb thumb rating. finished,
rating. Try Go to screen.
Bluetooth please push
again later. HOME key.
Connection
Unable to Unable to save Try again later. Menu to Error. Please The microphone Confirm that
save Book- Bookmark. register. check xxxx cannot pick up the speakers are
mark. Try speaker. the measuring connected cor-
again later. BT error. Bluetooth con- Follow the in-
Press BAND nection failed. structions that ap- tone of a speak- rectly.
Pandora sys- Pandora system Try again later. key to retry. pear on the er. Correct the
tem mainte- is undergoing screen. input level setting
nance. Try maintenance. of the power amp
again later. Start up Connection to Follow the in- connected to the
Pandora. the Pandora ap- structions that ap- speakers.
Skip limit Skip limit Do not exceed the Press BAND plication failed. pear on the
reached. reached. skip limit. Plug the micro-
key to retry. screen. phone securely
This version This version of Connect an Check Connection to Follow the in- into the jack.
of the the Pandora ap- iPhone that has a Pandora. the Pandora ap- structions that ap- Error. Please The surround- Stop your car in
Pandora Ap- plication is not compatible ver- Press BAND plication failed. pear on the C
plication is supported. sion of the check noise. ing noise level a place that is
key to retry. screen. is too high.
not sup- Pandora applica- quiet, and switch
ported. tion installed. Disconnect- Bluetooth con- Follow the in- off the engine, air
ed.Press nection lost. structions that ap- conditioner and
Check Device Device error Please check your BAND key to pear on the heater.
message dis- iPhone. retry. screen. Set the micro-
played in the
phone correctly.
Pandora appli-
cation. Error. Please Power is not Connect the
check bat- being supplied battery correctly.
Pandora is Unable to play Please check your
tery. from the battery Check the bat-
unable to music from iPhone.
to this unit. tery voltage.
play music. Pandora.
Please see
your Device.
Understanding messages
Create sta- No station Create a station
tion within found. in the Pandora Messages Translation
the Pandora application on
D
Application your iPhone. Pioneer recommends
on Device. the use of a camera
which outputs mirror-
No Active No station se- Select a station. Screen image may
reversed images. Oth-
Station lected. appear reversed.
erwise, the screen
image will appear re-
versed.

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5.5 CONNECTOR FUNCTION DESCRIPTION

1. VIDEO INPUT
2. REAR VIEW CAMERA INPUT
3. AUDIO INPUT L
4. AUDIO INPUT R
5. FRONT OUTPUT L
6. FRONT OUTPUT R
1. REAR MONITOR OUTPUT 9 10 7. REAR OUTPUT L
2. AUX IN 8. REAR OUTPUT R
9. SUBWOOFER OUTPUT L
2 1 1 2
10. SYBWOOFER OUTPUT R
B FM/AM ANTENNA

NAVI INTERFACE USB BT MIC


WIRED
1 15 2 26
REMOTE CONTROL
2 16 1 25

USB
1. FL- 1 : CCR 14 : ONSEI-
2. RL- 2 : CCG 15 : NC (REAUR) 1 2 3 4
D 3. FL+ 3 : CCB 16 : NC (REAUL)
4 : CSYNC 17 : NC (GNDRAU) 1 : USB5V
4. RL+
5 : GNDSIG 18 : NC (CCREM) 2 : USB D-
5. FR-
6 : NC (DVDVBS) 19 : GNDD (DSEN) 3 : USB D+
6. RR-
7 : NC (GNDDVD) 20 : TVON 4 : GND
7. FR+
8. RR+ 8 : NC (YS) 21 : GUIDE ON
9. P.BRAKE 9 : ASENBO 22 : MONON
10. Reverse Gear Sense 10 : CCAUL 23 : NC (VSW5)
11. ACC 11 : CCAUR 24 : SYS_TO_NAVI
12. SYS.REMOTE 12 : GNDAU 25 : NAVI_TO SYS
13. ILM 13 : ONSEI+ 26 : GNDD
14. MUTE
E 15. B.UP
16. GND

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5.6 MECHANICAL DESCRIPTION

Overview of FLAP operation


A
1. FLAP is operated by two motors; motor for backward and forward drive (EXA4013) and motor for angle drive (EXA4013).
2. To detect the operating status of angle and the operating position, the analog potential generated from angle encoder is
detected.
3. The angle last position memory function memorizes the last position into MCU using 256 resolution STEP of VDD.
4. To detect the horizontal operating status, the analog signal of O/C/D SW* is detected.
5. At the reset start, the ejection operation is carried out and the system enters the startup status after entering storage
status once.
6. The angle is adjusted with angle keys (+/-).
7. OPEN/CLOSE key stores and ejects the monitor. Temporary folding key temporarily folds the monitor.
8. On the navigation menu screen, monitor automatic storage ejection ON/OFF and setback ON/OFF when ACC is turned
ON/OFF are set.

*O/C/D SW B
Detection by OPENSW, CLOSESW and DEG0SW are consolidated to one pin and the signal is detected as an analog signal.
O/C/D SW O/C/D SW voltage (V)
Status Description OPENSW CLOSESW DEG0SW analog signal (AD) MIN TYP MAX
1 Storage position OFF OFF OFF E8H ~ FFH 3.00 3.25
2 Horizontal indefinite position (angle 0 degree) ON ON OFF 64H ~ 8CH 1.29 1.52 1.82
3 Eject position OFF ON OFF BAH ~ E7H 2.40 2.67 2.99
4 Rising OFF ON ON 27H ~ 63H 0.51 1.02 1.28
5 Setback ON ON ON 00H ~ 26H 0.00 0.50
5 Horizontal indefinite position (except angle 0 degree) ON ON ON
6 20mm before storage position ON OFF OFF 8DH ~ B9H 1.82 2.07 2.39

Description of FLAP ejection operation

(1) When OPEN key is pressed or the automatic switching setting is turned ON, the motor for angle drive is rotated in 0
direction for 500 ms (pushing operation is carried out) after ACC is set to ON.

(2) In 500 ms, the motor for angle drive is stopped and the motor for backward and forward drive is rotated in ejection
direction.

(3) If the status of analog signal of O/C/D SW changes from 2 to 3, the motor for backward and forward drive is
continuously rotated in ejection direction for 600 ms.

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(4) In 600 ms, the motor for backward and forward drive is stopped and the motor for angle drive is rotated in UP direction.
A

(5) If the angle VOL voltage becomes approximately 90 voltage, the motor for angle drive is braked and the ejection is
completed. (If the previous angle is memorized, the system operates at the angle)

90 voltage or last memory position

(6) If the setback setting is turned ON, the motor for angle drive is braked after the monitor angle voltage reaches the
previous angle memory, and then the motor for backward and forward drive is rotated in the storage direction at low
speed. After that, if the status of analog signal of O/C/D SW changes from 4 to 5, the motor for backward and forward
drive is stopped.

(7) To remove the backlash of gear, the motor for backward and forward drive is rotated in horizontal ejection direction for
E 32ms, and then it is stopped.

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Description of FLAP storage operation


A
(1) When CLOSE key is pressed or the automatic switching setting is turned ON, the motor for angle drive is rotated in 0
direction in 6 seconds after ACC is set to ON. When the setback setting is turned ON, the motor for backward and
forward drive is rotated in ejection direction at high speed. If the status of analog signal of O/C/D SW changes from 5 to
4, the motor is continuously rotated for 600 ms, and then the motor for angle drive is rotated in 0 direction.

(2) After the status of analog signal of O/C/D SW changes from 4 to 3, the motor for angle drive is rotated in 0 direction for
900 ms and the pushing operation is carried out.
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(3) In 900 ms, the motor for angle drive is braked and the motor for backward and forward drive is rotated in storage direction.

(4) If the status of analog signal of O/C/D SW changes from 2 to 6, the motor for backward and forward drive is rotated in
storage direction at low speed.

(5) In 700ms after the status of analog signal of O/C/D SW changes from 6 to 1, the motor is braked and the monitor
storage is completed.

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Description of FLAP angle adjustment


A
(1) From the monitor stop position, the motor for angle drive is rotated in UP direction and DOWN direction by + key and
- key, respectively. If you keep pressing the key, the monitor continuously moves between approximately 50 and 100 in
non-step manner. If you press the key when the setback setting is turned ON, the motor for backward and forward drive
is rotated in horizontal ejection direction. In 600 ms after the status of analog signal of O/C/D SW changes from 5 to 4,
the angle voltage is changed for the effective portion of angle adjustment key to adjust the angle. In 3 seconds after the
adjustment, the motor for backward and forward drive is rotated in horizontal storage direction at low speed. If the status
of analog signal of O/C/D SW changes from 4 to 5, the motor is braked.

Description of FLAP temporary folding operation


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(1) If you press the temporary folding key from the monitor stop position, the motor for angle drive is rotated in 0 direction.
If you press the key when the setback setting is turned ON, the motor for backward and forward drive is rotated.
In 600 ms after the status of analog signal of O/C/D SW changes from 5 to 4, the motor is braked, and then the motor
for angle drive is rotated in 0 direction.

(2) After the status of analog signal of O/C/D SW changes from 4 to 3, the motor for angle drive is rotated for 900 ms and
the monitor is stopped at the horizontal position by brake. In 7 seconds after this operation, the navigation operation
sound is output 3 times in 1-second intervals. In 10 seconds, the motor for angle drive rotates in angle UP direction and
it is stopped at the last memory position by brake. If the setback setting is turned ON, the motor for angle drive stops at
the last memory position, and then the motor for backward and forward drive rotates in horizontal storage direction at
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low speed. After the status of analog signal of O/C/D SW changes from 4 to 5, the motor stops.

Precautions on FLAP operation


1. The angle position always checks the angle voltage and memorizes the last memory depending on increase and
decrease of voltage. However, if the monitor is forcibly moved with a hand etc., it is not memorized.
F 2. If the analog signal of O/C/D SW does not change within the specified time during the horizontal operation, the system
stops at the position.

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BackUp instantaneous interruption, operation by ON/OFF of Acc
5

Automatic switching setting OFF Automatic switching setting ON

5
Status of FLAP (2) Acc OFF,
BackUp instantaneous BackUp instantaneous Less than 6 seconds (3) In 6 seconds after
interruption (1) Acc OFF (1) Acc ON interruption (2) ON Acc is turned OFF (3) ON
after Acc is turned OFF
FLAP position
0 FLAP position indefinite stop Nothing is changed Nothing is changed Nothing is changed Identifying operation Not in this status
started
Resetting the setback for identifying Not in this status
1 FLAP position Operation continued Operation continued Operation continued Operation continued

2 Flopping for identifying FLAP position Operation continued Operation continued Operation continued Operation continued Not in this status

3 Storing for identifying FLAP position Operation continued Operation continued Operation continued Operation continued Not in this status
Nothing is changed
(System does not enter
standby status. However, Changes depending
Nothing is changed
4 Close stop Nothing is changed (immediate standby) Nothing is changed Nothing is changed the system immediately Nothing is changed Nothing is changed on automatic
(to standby)

6
6

enters standby status if switching setting /


Acc is turned OFF at close position
stop immediately after the
position is identified)
Nothing is changed
Stop avoiding obstacle in horizontal Nothing is changed (System does not
5 Nothing is changed (immediate standby) Nothing is changed Nothing is changed Nothing is changed Nothing is changed Nothing is changed
direction enter standby status.)
Closing operation
6 Ejecting Operation continued Operation continued Operation continued Operation continued Operation continued Operation continued started Not in this status
Operation continued
7 Forcibly ejecting Operation continued Operation continued Operation continued Operation continued Operation continued Operation continued (close after forcible Not in this status
ejection)
Closing operation
8 Rising Operation continued Operation continued Operation continued Operation continued Operation continued Operation continued started Not in this status
Nothing is changed Closing operation

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(immediate standby) Nothing is changed
Nothing is changed Nothing is changed Nothing is changed Opening operation
Stop avoiding obstacle in vertical

7
7

Nothing is changed Nothing is changed (System does not Nothing is changed


10 direction (immediate standby) Nothing is changed enter standby status.) (to standby) started
Closing operation Not in this status
11 Setback shifting Operation continued Operation continued Operation continued Operation continued Operation continued Operation continued started
Operation continued Not in this status
12 Setback resetting Operation continued Operation continued Operation continued Operation continued Operation continued Operation continued (close after reset)
Closing operation Not in this status
13 Angle increasing Operation stop Operation stop Nothing is changed Operation stop Operation stop Nothing is changed started
Closing operation Not in this status
14 Angle decreasing Operation stop Operation stop Nothing is changed Operation stop Operation stop Nothing is changed started
Nothing is changed Nothing is changed Nothing is changed Nothing is changed Nothing is changed Nothing is changed
(angle adjustment (angle adjustment (angle adjustment (angle adjustment (angle adjustment (angle adjustment Closing operation Not in this status
15 Waiting for angle adjustment started
wait time continued) wait time continued) wait time continued) wait time continued) wait time continued) wait time continued)
Closing operation Not in this status
16 Temporary folding shifting Operation continued Operation continued Operation continued Operation continued Operation continued Operation continued started
Nothing is changed Nothing is changed Nothing is changed Nothing is changed Nothing is changed Nothing is changed
(temporary folding (temporary folding (temporary folding (temporary folding (temporary folding (temporary folding Closing operation Not in this status
17 Temporary folding stop started
8

waiting time continued) waiting time continued) waiting time continued) waiting time continued) waiting time continued) waiting time continued)

8
Closing operation Not in this status
18 Temporary folding resetting Operation continued Operation continued Operation continued Operation continued Operation continued Operation continued started
19 Flopping Operation continued Operation continued Operation continued Operation continued Operation continued Operation continued Operation continued Operation continued
20 Storing Operation continued Operation continued Operation continued Operation continued Operation continued Operation continued Operation continued Operation continued

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6. SERVICE MODE
6.1 DVD TEST MODE
A
Test mode image

[MUTE] + [FORWARD] + Reset start


Switch position of the remote control unit.
[AVH mode]
(1)-(8) and EJECT is the key of remote control unit.

Legend: Key operation

Operation status

Contents displayed by the DVD mecha (only those compatible with video)
B Eight letters worth of the data is transmitted to the product (to the HOST side) through the UART communication

Activate test mode

TEST [Note] The first four letters only. The rest of four letters are spaces

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5)

Select LD live Select simplified


Select FE test Select EDC1 test Select EDC2 test
time mode FE test mode

Continue to FE test mode image Continue to EDC1 test mode image Continue to EDC2 test mode image Continue to LD live time mode image Continue to simplified FE test mode

[Note] The DVD mecha needs to be activated in the test mode again to move to another test after selecting each test (FE/EDC1/EDC2).

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Front-End test mode image


Legend: Key operation

Operation status
A
Contents displayed by the DVD mecha (only those compatible with video)
Eight letters worth of the data is transmitted to the product (to the HOST side) through the UART communication

FE test mode

0X00 0000

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) EJECT


Power ON FE offset coefficient
TE offset coefficient Disc type Disc type EJECT
Disc type CD Disc type CD-RW
AS offset coefficient 1 DVD layer 2 DVD layers
0FFF 0000 ENV offset coefficient
TG offset coefficient
DBAL coefficient 0000 0000 0100 0000 0200 0000 0300 0000
VIN1 offset cancel value
VIN2 offset cancel value
VIN3 offset cancel value
VIN4 offset cancel value
VIN5 offset cancel value
VIN6 offset cancel value B
VIN7 offset cancel value
VIN8 offset cancel value
VIN9 offset cancel value
VIN10 offset cancel value

1x00 0000

(1) (2) (3),(4) (5) (6) (7) (8)


CRG+/- LD-ON/OFF CRG_HOME CRG_transfer to the Power_OFF
F close F search outermost circumference
Measure S curve
Operated while keys LO-ON : 1100 0000 1E00 0000
1FFF 0000 1A00 0000 LD-OFF : 1000 0000 1D00 0000
are pressed down
(2) 1B00 0000 : CRG+
1C00 0000 : CRG-
Stop F search

[Note] LD-OFF automatically occurs if no action is taken for approx. 10 seconds after LD-ON.
1100 0000
An error occurs if F close is attempted in the LD-OFF status.
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Even during the focus search (S-shape measurement mode), failure of LD-OFF within 10 seconds violates
Focus closed status safety regulations. Therefore, LD-OFF occurs in 9 seconds despite focus search after LD-ON.
FEMAX level For F close after the focus search (S-shape measurement mode), power OFF first, then power ON again
FEMIN level
ASMAX level
ENVMAX level
FE normalization coefficient
Spindle gain coefficient Add two items: TEMAX level display / TEMIN level display
TEMAX level display
TEMIN level display

(2)

2x00 0000

(1) (2) (3),(4) (8)


Tracking balance Focus Jump CRG+/- Power_OFF

L0 layer : 2000 0000 Operated while keys


2FFF 0000 L1 layer : 2100 0000 are pressed down D
2B00 0000 : CRG+
TBAL coefficient (0 layer) 2C00 0000 : CRG-
TBAL coefficient (1 layer)
TE normalization coefficient (0 layer) Delete GBAL coefficient.
TE normalization coefficient (1 layer) For TBAL coefficient and TE normalization coefficient,
Off-track adjustment result separate the display data identification in layer 0/layer 1.

3000 0000

(1) (3),(4) (6) (8)


Tracking close CRG +/- RF level value Power_OFF

3FFF 0000 Operated while keys 3FFF 0000


are pressed down
3B00 0000 : CRG+
3C00 0000 : CRG- Tracking closed status FBAL coefficient (0 layer)
FBAL coefficient (1 layer)
Focus gain coefficient (0 layer)
* In the CRG +/- operation test, continue operation until the Focus gain coefficient (1 layer)
For FBAL coefficient, focus gain coefficient, E
tracking gain coefficient and AS normalization
NULL command is issued from the HOST Tracking gain coefficient (0 layer)
Tracking gain coefficient (1 layer) adjustment value, separate the display data
AS normalization adjustment value (0 layer) identification in layer 0/layer 1.
AS normalization adjustment value (1 layer)

5000 0000

(1) (2) (7) (8)


Start displaying
Measure error
RF level value T.OPEN Power_OFF
ratio

Notify RF level once Error ratio To (2)


Focus gain coefficient (0 layer)
every 500 msecs Focus gain coefficient (1 layer)
Tracking gain coefficient (0 layer)
(1) Tracking gain coefficient (1 layer)
AS normalization adjustment value (0 layer)
End displaying RF AS normalization adjustment value (1 layer) F
level value

For focus gain coefficient, tracking gain coefficient and


a AS normalization adjustment value, separate the display b
data identification in layer 0/layer 1.

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a b

Tracking closed status FBAL coefficient (0 layer)


FBAL coefficient (1 layer)
Focus gain coefficient (0 layer) For FBAL coefficient, focus gain coefficient,
A Focus gain coefficient (1 layer) tracking gain coefficient and AS normalization
Tracking gain coefficient (0 layer)
Tracking gain coefficient (1 layer) adjustment value, separate the display data
AS normalization adjustment value (0 layer) identification in layer 0/layer 1.
AS normalization adjustment value (1 layer)
4000 0000

4x00 0000

(1) (2) (5) (6) (3),(4) (7) (8)


Measure Change playback ID Search T.Jump+/- Power_OFF
error ratio speed Focus Jump T.OPEN

Error ratio Jump+ : 4B00 0000


L0 layer : 4x00 0000 4A00 0000 Jump- : 4C00 0000 To (2)
Focus gain coefficient (0 layer)
Focus gain coefficient (1 layer) DVDX1.3~ L1 layer : 4x00 0000
Tracking gain coefficient (0 layer) 1.6CAV (1)-(4) (3)
Tracking gain coefficient (1 layer) CDX4CLV:
4x00 0000 Specify ID Specify No.
AS normalization adjustment value (0 layer) of tracks
AS normalization adjustment value (1 layer)
B
Display ID Display No.
Three types of speed patterns only as shown above. of tracks The first two digits of the specified ID represent the test status.
For focus gain coefficient, tracking gain (5) (5)
coefficient and AS normalization adjustment The rest of six digits are the ID.
value, separate the display data identification E.g.) To specify 300000 for the ID, the specified ID is: 4A03 0000
in layer 0/layer 1. Start searching Start jumping
L0 layer DVD X CAV, CD X 2CLV :4000 0000
Error occurs L0 layer DVD X 1CLV, CD X 1CLV :4200 0000
L1 layer DVD X CAV :4100 0000
L1 layer DVD X 1CLV :4300 0000
V changed To specify the number of tracks, select one from the prepared number of tracks.
V Change to cyclic in (3). Determine in (4).
Display error L0 layer DVD X 1.3~1.6CAV, CD X 4CLV :4000 0000 For CDs: 1, 4, 10, 11 or 32 tracks
L0 layer DVD X 1CLV :4200 0000 For DVDs: 1, 4, 10, 11, 32, 64 or 100 tracks
(8) L1 layer DVD X 1.3~1.6CAV :4100 0000
L1 layer DVD X 1CLV :4300 0000 Change how to specify an ID address.
Power_OFF Specify a digit with the commands (1) and (2). Commands (3) and (4) are to increase/decrease the
number. Determine with the command (5).
Taking the Joy-Stick as an example, (1) = right, (2) = left, (3) = up, (4) = down and (5) = determine.

Error occurs in Power_OFF

[Note] The equipment needs to be powered OFF and activated again in the test mode as no restoration is possible in case of an error in the Power_OFF.
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Display error

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EDC test mode image


Legend: Key operation

Operation status

Contents displayed by the DVD mecha (only those compatible with video) A
Eight letters worth of the data is transmitted to the product (to the HOST side) through the UART communication

EDC 1/2 test mode [Note] The same image is shared in EDC1 and EDC2.

0000 0000

(1) (2) [Note] Ejecting is allowed at any time during the


EJECT operation
EDC test mode, provided that the BD disc status
Select 0 layer Select 1 layer bit in the UART communication is uncertain

Eject
0000 0000 0100 0000 Test mode
Eject B

1003 0000 1103 0000


After completion of EJECT operation

(1)-(4)
Specify ID

0 layer : 10** ****


1 layer : 11** ****
[Note] ** **** is the ID specified value

(5)

Start EDC 1/2


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0 layer : 20** ****
1 layer : 21** ****
[Note] ** **** is the current ID value

**** ****
[Note] **** **** is the current ID value

[Note] Update the display at intervals of 0.5 seconds until 0/1 layer is selected or ejected.

LD live time mode image


Legend: Key operation
D
Operation status

Contents displayed by the DVD mecha (only those compatible with video)
LD live time mode
Eight letters worth of the data is transmitted to the product (to the HOST side) through the UART communication

0000 0000

(1) (2) (5) (6)


Display CD LD Display DVD LD Set CD LD Set DVD LD
live time live time live time live time

10** **** 20** ****


[Note] ** **** represents [Note] ** **** represents 30** **** 40** ****
CD LD live time DVD LD live time [Note] ** **** is the [Note] ** **** is the
set time set time

(1)-(4)
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(1)-(4) Specify the (8) Specify the (8)
set time set time
(5)
(5)
Register the Register the
set time set time

10** **** 20** ****


[Note] ** **** represents [Note] ** **** represents
CD LD live time DVD LD live time

[How to specify a set time]


Specify a digit with the commands (1) and (2). Commands (3) and (4) are to increase/decrease the number.
Determine with the command (5). Cancel with the command (8). F

[Note] All live times exceeding 999999 hours are notified as 999999 hours.
[Note] The live time represented in *E** **** may not be an accurate
value as it represents the end of the life of the FLASH memory.

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Simplified FE test mode

Numbers on each screen can be selected with the test key commands.
A No display data for the test mode is notified in the simplified FE test mode.

<Screen transition>

1 Select
LD ON Select
Select
B completed
5 Select
Return

2 Select
Acquire
ASMAX Select
Select value
5 Select
Return
Display
ASMAX
value

C 3 Select
Acquire RF
Select level value Select
5 Select
Return Display RF level
value
Search (Updated at intervals
destination ID of approx. 500 msecs)
0x00100000

4 Select
Acquire
Select DVD error Select
Select
ratio
5 Select
Return

5 Select
Return
Search destination ID
Inner : 0x00040000
Outer : 0x00200000 Display error
D Middle : 0x00100000 *1: Display the selected position
Inner DVD : Inner
ratio
Outer DVD : Outer
Middle DVD : Middle
CD : CD
Select CD

Search destination
CRG home position

5 Select
CRG Move
Select completed Select
5 Select
Return
CRG transfers to
the outermost
circumference

<In case of an error>

Select

<In case of an error in Power_OFF>

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Service Test Mode

The service test mode is used to check functions in fault diagnosis by a serviceman in case of any defect found in the A
DVD mecha.
This mode is enabled only when the test mode is activated. At this time, no normal operation is executed.

1. Outline
The service test mode is used to check functions in fault diagnosis by a serviceman in case of any defect found in the
DVD mecha. No general user goes into this mode.
The mode is implemented mainly to check the FE part. It is originally the test mode at the FE part implemented in the
PC communication, which is modified to allow implementation in the HOST communication.
The command for the test mode received in the HOST communication is interpreted by the application part, converted
to the PC communication command and transferred to the OS.
The OS transfers this command to the PC task as if it received the command in the PC communication.
The execution result is noticed to the application part by an e-mail instead of the PC communication. B
The application part then transmits the result in the HOST communication to display OSD.

2. Conditions for operation


(1) This service test mode is enabled only when the test mode is activated. At this time, no normal operation is executed.
(2) No request from the host is received while the core executes the test mode command.
(3) The core start-up notice is not necessary in the test mode.

3. Requests for HOST


The service test mode requires two items: the item that displays the notice command in the FE test mode in HOST
and the item to display the mecha OSD with no change in the simplified FE test mode.
Displaying the test result only in the mecha OSD, the simplified FE test mode does not require the notice of the test
result to HOST. C

Therefore, the simplified FE test mode needs to display the video output of the mecha on the monitor.

4. I/F specifications

5. Operation flow
Specification for the UART (HOST) communication
1) Key commands for the test mode
STATUS = 00h, TP = 11h, D0 = EEh, (Key commands for the test mode)
D1: Types of key commands exclusive for the test mode
Value of D1 Purpose
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01h Test mode command (1)
02h Test mode command (2)
03h Test mode command (3)
04h Test mode command (4)
05h Test mode command (5)
06h Test mode command (6)
07h Test mode command (7)
08h Test mode command (8)
D0h Test mode command EJECT
E
F0h Test mode command NULL
* In CRG+/-, operation stops when the key is released. At that time, the DVD mecha should make the
key command request (TP = B1h) on a regular basis to prevent any omission of key release.

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2) Display data for the test mode

STATUS = 00h, TP = B5h, D0 = 02h, (Display data for the test mode)
A D1: Display data identifier exclusive for the test mode
[The values of D1 are as shown in the table below]
D2 9: Eight letters worth of display data in ASCII. (Status or results are displayed)
Value of D1 Purpose Continuous display specification
01h Status display
02h FE offset coefficient 1-1
03h TE offset coefficient 1-2
04h AS offset coefficient 1-3
05h ENV offset coefficient 1-4
06h TG offset coefficient 1-5
07h DBAL coefficient 1-6
B 30h VIN1 offset cancel value 1-7
31h VIN2 offset cancel value 1-8
32h VIN3 offset cancel value 1-9
33h VIN4 offset cancel value 1-10
34h VIN5 offset cancel value 1-11
35h VIN6 offset cancel value 1-12
36h VIN7 offset cancel value 1-13
37h VIN8 offset cancel value 1-14
38h VIN9 offset cancel value 1-15
39h VIN10 offset cancel value 1-16
08h FEMAX level 2-1
C 09h FEMIN level 2-2
0Ah ASMAX level 2-3
0Bh ENVMAX level 2-4
0Ch FE normalization coefficient 2-5
0Dh Spindle gain coefficient 2-6
0Eh TBAL coefficient (0 layer) 3-1
1Eh TBAL coefficient (1 layer) 3-2
10h TE normalization coefficient (0 layer) 3-3
20h TE normalization coefficient (1 layer) 3-4
40h Off-track adjustment result 3-5
11h FBAL coefficient (0 layer) 4-1
21h FBAL coefficient (1 layer) 4-2
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12h Focus gain coefficient (0 layer) 4-3 5-2
22h Focus gain coefficient (1 layer) 4-4 5-3
13h Tracking gain coefficient (0 layer) 4-5 5-4
23h Tracking gain coefficient (1 layer) 4-6 5-5
14h AS normalization adjustment value (0 layer) 4-7 5-6
24h AS normalization adjustment value (1 layer) 4-8 5-7
15h Error ratio 5-1
16h TEMAX level 2-7
17h TEMIN level 2-8
50h RF level
* Each coefficient (excluding the status display) outputs data at intervals of every second.
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E.g.) Power-on (examples of 1- in the continuous display specifications above)
D1 = 01h, set the status display data to D2 D9 and transmit
[1 second later]
D1 = 02h, set the FE offset coefficient to D2 D9 and transmit
[1 second later]
D1 = 03h, set the TE offset coefficient to D2 D9 and transmit
:
:
[1 second later]
D1 = 07h, set the DBAL coefficient to D2 D9 and transmit
[1 second later]
F D1 = 01h, after setting the status display data to D2 D9 and transmitting, wait for keys

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Note 1 A media type is specified here. Settings should be implemented according to this specification.
Note 2 Switching gains should be: normal gain -> OEIC =H -> OEIC =H and FEPx4 amps ON
Note 3 Any other operation is prohibited during measurement
Note 4 Playback speed should be: 1.3 1.6CAV for DVDs and x4CLV fixed for CDs

Number of keys required for the product: nine ((1) (8) plus EJECT) A
The test mode commands 1 to 8 + EJECT as well as the NULL command should be used for the
HOST communication.

To specify the number of tracks, select one from the prepared numbers of tracks.
Test Mode In Activate the test mode Change to cyclic in (3). Determine in (4).
For CDs: 1, 4, 10, 11 or 32 tracks
For DVDs: 1, 4, 10, 11, 32, 64 or 100 tracks

Change how to specify an ID address


Specify a digit with the commands (1) and (2). Commands (3) and (4) are to increase/decrease
Set the source to DVD the number. Determine with the command (5).
Taking the Joy-Stick as an example, (1) = right, (2) = left, (3) = up, (4) = down and (5) = determine.

*F close and F search will not be executed unless LD is ON.

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5)


B
To FE * To 1 * To 2 * To 3 * To simplified FE test mode
test mode

(1) (2)-(5) EJECT Powered OFF status (2):1 DVD layer


(3):2 DVD layers
Power On Disc Type Eject (4):CD
Note 1 (5):CD-RW
Powered ON status

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

Power Off Focus Close CRG- LD_ON CRG_HOME Carriage transferred


Focus Search CRG+ C
Adjustment to the outermost
included circumference

(2)

Focus Search
STOP

(8) (1) (2) (3) (4)


Focus Close status 1
Power Off T.Bal Focus Jump CRG+ CRG-
Other adjustment
included
D
(8) (1) (3) (4) (5) Focus Close status 2

Power Off Tracking Close CRG+ CRG- RF level value


Adjustment
included
RF level display status

(8) (1) (2) (7)

Power Off Start displaying Measure Tracking Open


RF level value error ratio
Note 3
(1)

End displaying E
RF level value

Tracking Close status

(8) (1) (2) (5) (6) (3),(4) (7)

Power Off Measure Switch playback Focus Jump ID Search T.Jump Tracking Open
error ratio speed
+/-
Note 3 Note 4
(1)-(4) (3)

Specify ID Specify No.


of tracks

(5) (5) F

Start ID search Start jumping

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*1 *2

A EDC1 EDC2
mode mode

(1) (2) (1) (2)


Select Select Select Select
0 layer 1 layer 0 layer 1 layer

(1)-(4) (1)-(4)

Specify ID Specify ID

B (5) (5)

Start EDC1 Start EDC2

*3

LD live time
mode
C

(1) (2) (5) (6)

Display CD Display DVD Set CD LD Set DVD LD


LD live time LD live time live time live time

(1)-(4) Specify (8) (1)-(4) Specify (8)


set time set time

(5) (5)
D
Register Register
set time set time

[How to specify a set time]


Specify a digit with the commands (1) and (2). Commands (3) and (4) are to increase/decrease the number. Determine with the command (5).
Cancel with the command (8).

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6.2 MONITOR TEST MODE

MONITOR TEST MODE MENU SCREEN A

Method for Mode IN


While pressing [Mute] + [Reverse] key, restart the system.

Display specification

Operational description Remote controller key


Selection cursor up movement Up
Selection cursor down movement Down
Menu enter Band

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1. Version Information
Method for Mode IN
A

While pressing [Mute] + [Mode] key, restart the system.


Choose 1. Version Information among the Monitor Test Menu screen.

Display specification

Page: 1

<Navi>
When Navi is connected : Connect
When Navi is not connected :-
C
<Eject Lock>
When Eject Lock is on : ON
When Eject Lock is canceled : OFF

Operational description Remote controller key


Return to test mode menu RETURN
Page up NEXT
Page down PREV

Page: 2
D

Page: 3

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2. Touch Panel Test


Method for Mode IN A

While pressing [Mute] + [Reverse] key, restart the system.


Choose 2. Touch Panel Test among the Monitor Test Menu screen.

Display specification

Top menu

Condition that the mark meaning adjustment is completed, (*) is lit


(the mark is lit when any of one condition is satisfied)
Outermost circle check -1 C
When Outermost circle check of line calibration-1 is finished normally
When Outermost circle check of line calibration-2 is finished normally
-> Since Outermost circle check of line calibration-2 includes Outermost circle check of line calibration-1.
Outermost circle check -2
When Outermost circle check of line calibration-2 is finished normally
Calibration check
When Calibration check of line calibration is finished normally

Condition that the mark meaning adjustment is completed, (*) is extinguished


(the mark is extinguished when any of one condition is satisfied)
Outermost circle check -1
When conditions that the mark is lit are not satisfied D
When Data Initialize is executed
When EEPROM initialize is executed
Outermost circle check -2
When conditions that the mark is lit are not satisfied
When Outermost circle check of line calibration-1 is finished abnormally
-> Since Outermost circle check of line calibration-2 includes Outermost circle check of line calibration-1.
When Data Initialize is executed
When EEPROM initialize is executed
Calibration check
When conditions that the mark is lit are not satisfied
When Data Initialize is executed
E
When EEPROM initialize is executed
Operational description Remote controller key
Return to test mode menu RETURN
Selection cursor up movement Up
Selection cursor down movement Down
Menu enter Band

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A 1. Effective Area Calibration - 1

Outermost circle check screen

First point Second point

Operational description Remote controller key


Check is interrupted Band

Outermost circle check result screen

Finished normally Finished abnormally


C

D
Operational description Remote controller key
Check is finished Band

2. Effective Area Calibration - 2

Outermost circle check screen

First point Second point

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3rd point 4th point A

Operational description Remote controller key


Check is interrupted Band

Outermost circle check result screen

Finished normally Finished abnormally

Operational description Remote controller key


Check is finished Band

3. 16 Point Calibration

Calibration check screen

Touch the cursor [+] displayed on the screen. By touching it correctly, it disappears and another cursor appears.
By repeating this action 16 times, obtain calibration value of each [+].
When touching the last 17th cursor, calibration values at 16 points and information of normal finish in 17 bytes
are written in EEPROM and the screen returns to TOP menu by pressing a key.

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Operational description Remote controller key


Return to top menu Band

Calibration check result screen

Operational description Remote controller key


Return to top menu Band

D
4. Touch Panel Coordinates Test

[+] is displayed at a touched place.


(Two [+] are displayed by touching two places.)

Operational description Remote controller key


Return to top menu RETURN

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5. Calibration Test A

Calibration confirmation screen

Touch the cursor [+] displayed on the screen. By touching it correctly, it disappears and another cursor appears.
Otherwise, the cursor is displayed in red.
Repeating this action for 4 points and by pressing the last 4th point, O.K. is displayed.

Operational description Remote controller key


Return to top menu RETURN
D

Calibration confirmation result screen

Operational description Remote controller key


Return to top menu RETURN

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A 6. Data Initialize

Condition that the mark meaning adjustment is completed, (*) is lit


(the mark is lit when any of one condition is satisfied)
Outermost circle check
When Outermost circle check of line calibration-1 is finished normally
When Outermost circle check of line calibration-2 is finished normally
Calibration check
When Calibration check of line calibration is finished normally
Outermost circle check of user calibration
When Outermost circle check of user calibration is finished normally
C User calibration check
When Calibration check of user calibration is finished normally

Condition that the mark meaning adjustment is completed, (*) is extinguished


(the mark is extinguished when any of one condition is satisfied)
Outermost circle check
When conditions that the mark is lit are not satisfied
When Data Initialize is executed
When EEPROM initialize is executed
Calibration check
When conditions that the mark is lit are not satisfied
When Data Initialize is executed
D When EEPROM initialize is executed
Outermost circle check of user calibration
When conditions that the mark is lit are not satisfied
When Data initialize is executed
When EEPROM initialize is executed
When Outermost circle check of line calibration or 16-point adjustment is finished
normally after Outermost circle check of user calibration is finished normally
User calibration check
When conditions that the mark is lit are not satisfied
When Data initialize is executed
When EEPROM initialize is executed
E
When Outermost circle check of line calibration or 16-point adjustment is finished
normally after 16-point adjustment of user calibration is finished normally

Operational description Remote controller key


Return to test mode menu RETURN
Selection cursor up movement Up
Selection cursor down movement Down
Menu enter Band

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3. EEPROM Adjustment
Method for Mode IN A

Choose 3. EEPROM Adjustment among the Monitor Test Menu screen.

Display specification

Top menu

Operational description Remote controller key


Return to test mode menu RETURN
Selection cursor up movement Up
Selection cursor down movement Down
Menu enter Band
C

1. Flicker Adjustment

< Flicker Adjustment >

Flicker adjustment image (lattice)


D

COM DC

Operational description Remote controller key


Return to top menu RETURN
-1 REV
+1 FF

Following items in EEPROM Adjustment menu are not used on service.

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4. Display Test

A Method for Mode IN

Choose 5. Display Test among the Monitor Test Menu screen.

Display specification

Top menu

Operational description Remote controller key


Return to test mode menu RETURN
Selection cursor up movement Up
Selection cursor down movement Down
Menu enter Band
C

1. RGB

RGB is plotted in the following pattern:


R:100% -> R:50% -> G:100% -> G:50% -> B:100% -> B:50% -> Magenta:100% -> Magenta:50% -> Cyan:100% ->
Cyan:50% -> Yellow:100% -> Yellow:50% -> Black -> Gray -> White -> Green & Magenta dot signal
(The display of the screen will be changed in 1 second.)

R: 100%

E
Operational description Remote controller key
Return to test mode menu RETURN
Stop / restart of auto display Band

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2. Monochrome Stripe A

Display of monochrome stripe signals.

Monochrome stripe (Vertical)

Operational description Remote controller key


Return to test mode menu RETURN
Pattern change Band

3. Color Bar C

Display of color bar signals.

Color bar (Vertical)

Operational description Remote controller key


Return to test mode menu RETURN
Pattern change Band

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A 4. Ramp & 10step

Display of step signals and signals for alpha blend check.

Right-white 64step

Alpha blend set value


(in hexadecimal)

Operational description Remote controller key


Return to test mode menu RETURN
Alpha blend Up (+0x10) Up
Alpha blend Down (-0x10) Down
Alpha blend Up (+0x01) FF
Alpha blend Down (-0x01) REV
C Pattern change Band

5. Raster Signal

Display of signals for step confirmation.

White 0%

Operational description Remote controller key


Return to test mode menu RETURN
E
Pattern change Band

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6. Contrast A

Display of Black / White signals.

Black

Operational description Remote controller key


Return to test mode menu RETURN
Pattern change Band

7. Center Marker C

Display of signal for screen central location setting.

Center marker

Operational description Remote controller key


Return to test mode menu RETURN

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7. DISASSEMBLY
While the photograph shown is slightly different from this model in shape, the disassembly procedure is the same.
A

Removing the Grille Assy (Fig.1)

1 Remove the two screws.

1 1
2 Remove the two screws and then remove
the Holder.
Grille Assy
B 3 Disconnect the connector and then remove
the Grille Assy.

3
2 2

C Holder

Fig.1

Removing the Display Module Unit (1/2) (Fig.2)


2
(Rear Side)
1 Remove the five screws.

D 1
2 Take up the Display Module Unit vertically
once, and then set it to the status shown
in Fig.3 on the next page.
(Because the plate shown in the dotted line
frame is bended if it is forcibly rotated when
you remove it)
(Left Side) Display Module Unit

E 1 1

(Right Side)

1 1

Fig.2

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Removing the DVD Mechanism Module A


and the Display Module Unit (2/2) (Fig.3)
1 1
1 Remove the four screws and then lift the
Bracket toward the Display Module Unit.

Assembly on precaution:
The board thickness of bracket to which FPC
is attached is thin. Check the positioning hole B
is properly set before tighten the screw.
1 1

Bracket Display Module Unit

DVD Mechanism Module


2 Remove the four screws.
2 C
2
3 Disconnect the connector and then remove
the DVD Mechanism Module.

2 2

4 Disconnect the two connectors and then


remove the Display Module Unit.

4
E

Display Module Unit


F

Fig.3

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A Removing the Holder and the Rear Panel (Fig.4)

1 Straighten the tabs at two locations indicated


and then remove the Holder. 3 3

2 Remove the screw.


3
3
3 2
Rear Panel
3 Remove five screws and then remove the
Rear Panel.
B

Gasket Holder

Attention at assembly:
Tuck the Gasket with Chassis and Rear Panel
as shown on the photo below when mounting 1 1
the Rear Panel.

C
Rear Panel

Gasket

Chassis
D
Chassis

Fig.4

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Removing the DVD Amp Unit (Fig.5) A


Cord Assy
1 Remove the four screws. (CDE9863)

2
2 Straighten the tabs at three locations indi-
cated and then remove the DVD Amp Unit.

1
1

1 B

2
2
1

DVD Amp Unit


The styling of a Code Assy (CDE9863)

1
1 Confirm there is no inclination in the housing.

2 Cross the cord.

3 Hook the cord to holder of Power-IC.

4 Turn the cord to rear direction.

4
3

5 Attach bush to Rear Panel.


5

Fig.5

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Removing the Monitor Assy (Fig.6)


A
Cover (1)
1 Remove the four screws and then remove
the Cover (1).
1 1
2 Disconnect the connector.
2

3 Pull out the Monitor Assy in the direction


indicated by an arrow. 1 1

C
3
Monitor Assy

Sheet
4 Release the two latches.

D
5 Remove the two screws and then remove
the Cover (2).

4 4
6 Remove the four screws.

7 Disconnect the connector and then remove 6 6


the Monitor Assy.

7
E

6 6
Note:
FPC can be removed and attached without
removing Sheet (CNN4437). 5 5
If it is removed, it cannot be reused.

Monitor Assy Cover (2)

Fig.6

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Removing the Monitor Unit (Fig.7)


A
Monitor Unit
Tape
1 Disconnect the three connectors.

3 3
2 Remove the two Gaskets.
2 2
Attention at assembly:
Attach the Gaskets as shown on the photo 1 1
when mounting the Monitor Unit.

3 Release the two latches and then remove B


the Monitor Unit. 1

Note1:
FPC between LCD and Monitor Unit is fixed with a tape. If you peeled it off for replacing parts,
fix it with a new tape again.
Tape: GYH1031 (Polyester Film Tape (Teraoka 612S))

12 mm
18 mm

Note2: D
At the assembly, take care not to clip the cord of backlight with a plate.
Carry out the wire processing by rotating it once for preventing interference with a monitor case.

Fig.7
E

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Removing the Main PCB Unit and the SW PCB Unit (Fig.8)
A

1 Remove the two screws.


Cover
1 1
2 Remove the six screws and then remove
the Cover.
2 2 2
3 Remove the five Gears. 2
(Pay attention not to miss the Gears because
they are not secured.)
2 2
B 4 Remove the four solders.

5 Remove the screw.

3
6 Remove the Washer, Arm(1) and Torsion 3 3
Spring. 3
3
7 Remove the Washer, Arm(2) and Torsion
Spring.

C 8 Remove the screw and then remove the


Main PCB Unit and the SW PCB Unit.

Note:
As Main PCB Unit and SW PCB Unit are SW PCB Unit
connected with FFC, Main PCB Unit and
SW PCB Unit are removed at the same time.
Arm(2) Main PCB Unit

7
Arm(1)
6
8 5
D
4
4

Fig.8

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How to Hold the Mechanism A

1. Hold the specified parts (indicated by broken lines) of upper and lower frames.
2. Hold the main frame and the upper frame.
3. Do not hold the front part of the upper frame because the intensity is low.
4. Do not touch the switch on the ceiling surface of the mechanism. (Fig. 1)
5. Take care not to catch the flexible part on the side face.
6. Take note that a deformation may be generated if you hold the front part of the upper frame or CRG mechanism
part or a foreign object is inserted.

Handling OK
B

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A Handling NG

B
Fig. 1

Do not touch here Do not touch here


Do not touch here

F
: Do not touch here

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Removing the PU unit A

1. Set the mechanism to the locking position (disc load standby position).
2. Set the ceiling surface of the mechanism module downward.
3. Short-circuit two parts of lands of the pickup flexible part. (Fig. 1)
4. Remove the connector of the pickup flexible part. (Fig. 2)
(The flexible part is damaged if the board is removed without removing the flexible part, so be sure to remove it.)

Fig. 1
B

Short circuit

Connector
(pickup flexible part) C

Fig. 2

1. Unscrew two screws and remove the CRG motor ASS'Y.

D
Locking screw (CRG) CRG motor ASSY Locking screw (CRG)

Fig. 3

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1. Apply the main shaft holddown spring to the temporary applying part of CRG chassis.
2. Remove the CRG motor ASS'Y following How to remove the CRG motor ASS'Y.
3. Remove the retainer plate spring of the main shaft.
4. While holding up the tip of the pickup rack, slide the main shaft and remove the PU unit.

(Caution) When you attach the PU again, carry out the adjustment surely following the description in the
service manual of the mounted product.
Be sure to carry out the actual applying of main shaft holddown spring.

B
Retainer plate spring Main shaft

PU unit

Main shaft holddown spring

Fig. 4
Sub shaft

Temporary applying part of CRG chassis


D

Temporary applying Actual applying

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How to Hold PU (Fig. 5) A

1. When you hold PU, hold Handling OK part shown in the figure and do not hold Handling NG part.

Handling OK Handling NG

Do not touch the radiator.

Do not touch the ACT(object lens).

Do not pull the FPC. C

Do not touch the Miller or


Collimator lens.

Fig. 5

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8. EACH SETTING AND ADJUSTMENT


8.1 DVD ADJUSTMENT
A

1) Precautions in adjustment

Employing the single voltages including 5 V and 3.3 V as the power supply, the machine has the reference potential
for signals being not the GND but VREF (approx. 2.2 V) and VHALF (approx. 1.65 V).
Confusion between the reference voltage and the GND for connection at the time of adjusting the product not only
prevents the proper measurement of potentials but results in the erroneous operation of the servo, giving a high
impact on the pickup. Therefore, be careful of the following:
Do not confuse the reference voltage and the GND at the negative side of the instrument probe. Particularly, do not
connect the negative side of ch1 of the oscilloscope to the reference voltage, or the negative side of the probe of
B ch2 to the GND. Also, set the instrument to the floating status as the instrument often has the same potential as the
negative side of the probe.
If the reference voltage is connected to the GND by mistake, turn OFF the regulator or the power immediately.

Make sure to remove various filters and wire rods necessary for measurement while the regulator is OFF.
Before adjustment and measurement after turning ON the regulator, run the instrument for around a minute until
the circuit is stabilized.
In the test mode, do not apply any mechanical or electric shock during adjustment as protections through software
do not operate in this mode.
Once the EJECT key is pressed, do not press any other key until the disc is completely ejected.
Power OFF immediately in case of run a way.
Turning the volume for adjusting the laser power of the pickup unit may result in the breakage of the laser diode.
C

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-SKEW adjustment

The skew adjustment for the pickup is required when the following replacement is performed:
(1) Replacement of the pickup unit A
(2) Replacement of the spindle motor
(3) Replacement of the carriage chassis
(4) Replacement of the main shaft of the pickup unit
(5) Replacement of the sub-shaft of the pickup unit

Measuring instrument, jigs and tools: Oscilloscope


Driver for adjusting SKEW => torques (T2) driver
Bond for fixing SKEW (GEM1033)
Bond for screw lock (GEM1068)

Disc used: GGV1025

Measurement criterion: AGND2 B


Measurement point: RF

Connection diagram
DVD core unit

RF

AGND2

Enlarged

Oscilloscope

Symptoms seen in case of inadequate adjustment: Worsened error ratio 10-3 (normally 10-4 or less)
Large RF jitter
RF waveform is distorted
Tracking leading-in/servo is unstable

* Note: Do not directly look at laser beam in adjustment.

There are two types of adjustments available: adjustment while monitoring the RF waveform with the oscilloscope F
(method 1) and adjustment while checking the RF level values with the OSD (method 2).
The adjustment procedure is shown below. For how to enter the test mode and the operation procedure, see the
sections in the Service Test Mode.

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Adjustment procedure:

1. Turn back the DVD mechanism module to ensure pickup adjustment.


A As turning back the module may result in the scratched disc, place a coin around 1.5mm thick on the desk,
and turn back and set the module so that the spot indicated in 1 comes directly above the coin.

2. Attach the pickup.


(See How to Remove the Pickup of the Mecha Unit.)
For the precautions in handling the pickup, see the Precautions in PU Handling below:

3. For the method 1:


Refer to the connection diagram and connect the oscilloscope based on AGND2 so the RF signal can be monitored.
For the method 2:
The device requires no setting. Skip to the fourth procedure.

4. Power ON the product and load the adjustment disc (GGV1025).


B
5. After setting the disc type to 1 DVD layer in the front-end test mode, power ON and move the pickup to the inner
circumference (CRG-Home).

6. LD ON

7. Execute focus close, all automatic adjustment in the status and tracking close.
Further, execute all automatic adjustment in that status as well.

8. Search the middle circumference (ID: 100000) and take the pickup to the middle circumference.

9. For the method 1:


Skip to the tenth procedure.
C For the method 2:
After Tracking Open first, execute all automatic adjustment and then tracking close with the command that can be
displayed in RF.
Further, execute all automatic adjustment in that status as well.

10. Using the torques (T2) driver,


For the method 1:
Slightly screw the skew adjustment screw A while viewing the RF waveform level of the oscilloscope to maximize the level.
Slightly screw the skew adjustment screw B while the pickup stays in the middle circumference to maximize the level.
Slightly screw the skew adjustment screw A again while the pickup stays in the middle circumference to maximize the level.
(Perform adjustment in order of A => B => A, and finally rotate the screws clockwise to complete adjustment.)
For the method 2:
Slightly screw the skew adjustment screw A while viewing the RF level value in the OSD display to maximize the level.
D Slightly screw the skew adjustment screw B while the pickup stays in the middle circumference to maximize the level.
Slightly screw the skew adjustment screw A again while the pickup stays in the middle circumference to maximize the level.
(Perform adjustment in order of A => B => A, and finally rotate the screws clockwise to complete adjustment.)

11. Power OFF in the test mode, and check that the disc is stopped before ejecting.

12. Apply adhesive for fixing skew and screw lock.


See the figure below for the spots to adhere.

E
1

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Spots for SKEW adjustment

B
B

Spots to adhere in SKEW


Spots to adhere in RAD-SKEW PU case

C
D
Spots to apply adhesive

C
C
E

Sheet-metal (yoke base) part Resin (suspension supporter) part


D
PU case
Spots to adhere in TAN-SKEW

Sheet-metal (yoke base) part

D&E Sectional diagram of the spot to adhere in R-SKEW


* Note: Make sure to cross-link both the resin and
sheet-metal parts.

Spots to apply adhesive


* Note: Make sure to cross-link both the case and sheet-metal parts.

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Spots to apply screw lock

Spots to apply screw lock


Apply screw lock more than half around a screw head
* Note: Screw lock should not run off the outermost
edge of the PU case.

Precautions in handling pickup

* Note: Avoid contact with the shaded part shown in the figure below.

RF level adjustment part


C

Avoid contact with optical components.


Avoid contact with the spring.
Hologram (beware of static electricity)
GRT adjustment part

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8.2 PCL OUTPUT CONFIRMATION

- PCL Output
With the TESTIN (72 pin) status of IC1301 to be "H", it is shifted to PCL Output Test mode after reset started.
The clock signal is output from the CLKOUT terminal IC1301 (Pin 78).
The frequency of the clock signal is 9.375 MHz.
If the clock signal out of the range, the X'tal (X1301) should be replaced with new one.
C1306

R139

R13
C1329

R1397
R139

R1380
R1329
R1330

R1398
R1336
C1326

R1335

6
C1319
B
120 125 105 110 115 100 R1382
1

95
R1383
R1396
5

R1384 C1318
90

R1408 C1320
10

R1385
85

R1395 R1407

C1315
R1404
R1386
15

IC1301
80

R1403
20

R1394
R1387
75

R1393
25

R1419
70

R1390
3.3 V
30

C1389
65

35 40 45 50 55 60 R1389
R1392
C1370
R1371

R1373 R1418
R1406
R1365
R1366

R1376
R1377

C
R1379

R1333
R1370

C1324
R1356

R1411
R1410 P1208
R1369

R1375

R1378
R1372

C1323
R1374
R1368

R1340

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9. EXPLODED VIEWS AND PARTS LIST


NOTES : Parts marked by " * " are generally unavailable because they are not in our Master Spare Parts List.
The > mark found on some component parts indicates the importance of the safety factor of the part.
A
Therefore, when replacing, be sure to use parts of identical designation.
"
Screw adjacent to mark on the product are used for disassembly.
For the applying amount of lubricants or glue, follow the instructions in this manual.
(In the case of no amount instructions,apply as you think it appropriate.)
9.1 PACKING

X7500BT/XNEW5
X7500BT/XNUW5
X7500BT/XNUC
X7550BT/XNRC
X7550BT/XNRD
B X7550BT/XNRI

X7500BT/XNUC
X7550BT/XNRC
X7550BT/XNRD
X7550BT/XNRI
X7500BT/XNEW5

X7500BT/XNUC
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(1) PACKING SECTION PARTS LIST


Mark No. Description Part No. Mark No. Description Part No.

1 Cord Assy See Contrast table (2) 13 Microphone Assy CPM1083


2 Cord Assy CDP1585 14 Holder CZN7192
A
3 Screw Assy See Contrast table (2) 15 Cushion CZN7193
4 Screw BMZ50P060FTC
5 Screw See Contrast table (2) 16 Card Remote Control Unit See Contrast table (2)
17 IM CD-ROM See Contrast table (2)
6 Screw (M4 x 3) CBA1870 18-1 Owner's Manual See Contrast table (2)
7 Screw CMZ50P060FTC 18-2 Quick Start Guide See Contrast table (2)
8 Polyethylene Bag See Contrast table (2) 18-3 Installation Manual See Contrast table (2)
9 Unit Box See Contrast table (2)
10 Contain Box See Contrast table (2) * 18-4 Caution Card See Contrast table (2)
* 18-5 Caution Card See Contrast table (2)
11 Protector CHP4684 * 18-6 Warranty Card See Contrast table (2) B
12 Protector CHP4685 * 18-7 Caution Card See Contrast table (2)

(2) CONTRAST TABLE


AVH-X7500BT/XNUC, AVH-X7500BT/XNEW5, AVH-X7500BT/XNUW5, AVH-X7550BT/XNRC, AVH-X7550BT/
XNRD and AVH-X7550BT/XNRI are constructed the same except for the following:
Mark No. Description AVH-X7500BT/XNUC AVH-X7500BT/XNEW5 AVH-X7500BT/XNUW5
1 Cord Assy CDP1288 CDP1543 CDP1543
3 Screw Assy CEC4353 CEC2991 CEC2991
5 Screw BPZ20P060FTC Not used Not used
8 Polyethylene Bag CEG1544 CEG1474 CEG1474
C
9 Unit Box CHG8284 CHG8282 CHG8283

10 Contain Box CHL8284 CHL8282 CHL8283


16 Card Remote Control Unit CXE5116 Not used Not used
17 IM CD-ROM Not used CPJ1450 Not used
18-1 Owner's Manual CRD4711 Not used CRB4117
18-2 Quick Start Guide Not used CRD4675 Not used

18-3 Installation Manual Not used CRD4677 Not used


* 18-4 Caution Card Not used CRP1436 Not used
* 18-5 Caution Card Not used CRP1441 Not used D
* 18-6 Warranty Card QRY3001 CRY1376 CRY1330
* 18-7 Caution Card CRM1947 CRM1948 CRM1948

Mark No. Description AVH-X7550BT/XNRC AVH-X7550BT/XNRD AVH-X7550BT/XNRI


1 Cord Assy CDP1288 CDP1288 CDP1288
3 Screw Assy CEC2991 CEC2991 CEC2991
5 Screw Not used Not used Not used
8 Polyethylene Bag CEG1474 CEG1474 CEG1474
9 Unit Box CHG8285 CHG8286 CHG8287

E
10 Contain Box CHL8285 CHL8286 CHL8287
16 Card Remote Control Unit CXE5116 CXE5116 CXE5116
17 IM CD-ROM Not used Not used Not used
18-1 Owner's Manual CRD4712 CRD4714 CRD4713
18-2 Quick Start Guide Not used Not used Not used

18-3 Installation Manual Not used Not used Not used


* 18-4 Caution Card Not used Not used Not used
* 18-5 Caution Card Not used Not used Not used
* 18-6 Warranty Card Not used Not used Not used
* 18-7 Caution Card CRM1948 CRM1948 CRM1948 F

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Owner's Manual,Installation Manual


Part No. Language

CRD4711 English, French, Spanish(Espanol)


A
CRD4675 English, French, Italian, Spanish(Espanol), German, Dutch

CRD4677 English, French, Italian, Spanish(Espanol), German, Dutch

CRB4117 Russian

CRD4712 English, Traditional Chinese

CRD4714 English, Spanish(Espanol), Portuguese(B)

CRD4713 English, Arabic, Persian

CONTENTS OF CD-ROM (Operation Manual), CPJ1450


B Part No. Language

* CRB4101 English

* CRB4102 French

* CRB4103 Italian

* CRB4104 Spanish(Espanol)

* CRB4105 German

* CRB4106 Dutch

* CRB4107 Swedish
C * CRB4108 Norwegian

* CRB4109 Finnish

* CRB4110 Danish

* CRB4111 Portuguese

* CRB4112 Greek

* CRB4113 Turkish

All operation manuals are supplied in PDF files by the CD-ROM.


Regarding the availability of paper manual, contact Pioneer Service representative in your region.
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9.2 EXTERIOR (1)

X7500BT/XNUC
A X7550BT/XNRC X7500BT/XNUC
X7550BT/XNRD X7550BT/XNRC
X7550BT/XNRI X7550BT/XNRD
X7550BT/XNRI

C X7500BT/XNEW5
X7500BT/XNUW5

D A

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(1) EXTERIOR (1) SECTION PARTS LIST


Mark No. Description Part No. Mark No. Description Part No.

1 Screw BMZ20P025FTC 21 Cover CNN4266


2 Screw (M2 x 3) CBA1877 22 Cushion CNN4267
A
3 Cord Assy See Contrast table (2) 23 Sheet CNN4382
4 24 Holder CNV9890
> 5 Fuse (10 A) CEK1136 25 Arm CNV9891

6 Cap See Contrast table (2) 26 Lighting Conductor CNW2688


7 Resistor See Contrast table (2) 27 Lighting Conductor CNW2689
8 Screw CMZ50P060FTC 28 Lighting Conductor CNW2690
9 Holder CND3854 29 Detach Grille Assy See Contrast table (2)
10 Bracket CND3855 30

11 Panel CNU2269 31 B
12 Card Remote Control Unit See Contrast table (2) 32
13 Battery Cover See Contrast table (2) 33
14 Grille Assy See Contrast table (2) 34
15 Screw BPZ20P060FTC 35

16 Button (HOME) CAI4010 36 Knob Unit CXE5949


17 Button (EJECT, OPEN) CAI4011 37 Spring YBL5010
18 Button CAI4012 38 Grille Unit CXE5991
19 Spring CBH2997 39 Sheet QNM3060
20 FFC CDE9865
C

(2) CONTRAST TABLE


AVH-X7500BT/XNUC, AVH-X7500BT/XNEW5, AVH-X7500BT/XNUW5, AVH-X7550BT/XNRC, AVH-X7550BT/
XNRD and AVH-X7550BT/XNRI are constructed the same except for the following:
Mark No. Description AVH-X7500BT/XNUC AVH-X7500BT/XNEW5 AVH-X7500BT/XNUW5
3 Cord Assy CDP1288 CDP1543 CDP1543
6 Cap CNS1472 Not used Not used
7 Resistor RS1/2PMF102J Not used Not used
12 Card Remote Control Unit CXE5116 Not used Not used
13 Battery Cover CNU1624 Not used Not used D

14 Grille Assy CXE5810 CXE5810 CXE5810


29 Detach Grille Assy CXE5815 CXE5815 CXE5815

Mark No. Description AVH-X7550BT/XNRC AVH-X7550BT/XNRD AVH-X7550BT/XNRI


3 Cord Assy CDP1288 CDP1288 CDP1288
6 Cap CNS1472 CNS1472 CNS1472
7 Resistor RS1/2PMF102J RS1/2PMF102J RS1/2PMF102J
12 Card Remote Control Unit CXE5116 CXE5116 CXE5116
13 Battery Cover CNU1624 CNU1624 CNU1624
E

14 Grille Assy CXE5811 CXE5811 CXE5811


29 Detach Grille Assy CXE5816 CXE5816 CXE5816

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9.3 EXTERIOR (2)

A
B
B
C

D
Display Module Unit
D

E
F
G C

F G

E D
E

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EXTERIOR (2) SECTION PARTS LIST

Mark No. Description Part No.


1 Screw BMZ20P025FTC
A
2 Screw BSZ26P060FTC
3 Screw (M2 x 2) CBA1872
4 FFC CDE9864
5 Bracket CND6667

6 Bracket CND6668
7 Bracket CND6669
8 Insulator CNN2764
9 Sheet CNN4437
10 FPC CNQ5853

B
11 Cover CNU2182
12 Sheet CNN1694
13 Sheet CNN1750
14 Insulator CNN4259
15 Gasket CNN4439

16 Grille CNU2178
17 Monitor Unit
X7500BT/XNUC CWN7351
X7500BT/XNEW5 CWN7350
X7500BT/XNUW5 CWN7350 C

X7550BT/XNRC CWN7351
X7550BT/XNRD CWN7350
X7550BT/XNRI CWN7350
18 TFT LCD CWX4352
19 Touch Panel Assy CXE5830

20 DVD Mechanism Module (MS7.1) CXK6902

Sheet (No.9 : CNN4437) is NOT reusable.

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9.4 EXTERIOR (3)

A
B

A
D

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EXTERIOR (3) SECTION PARTS LIST

Mark No. Description Part No.


1 Screw AMZ26P040FTC
A
2 Screw BMZ20P025FTC
3 Screw BSZ26P060FTC
4 Screw BSZ26P160FTC
5 Cord Assy CDE9863

6 Chassis CNA3278
7 Rear Panel CNB3849
8 Holder CND4167
9 Holder CND6670
10 Insulator CNN4258

B
11 Gasket CNN4451
12 Heat Sink CNR1941
13 Cap CNV6727
14 DVD Amp Unit
X7500BT/XNUC CWN7332

X7500BT/XNEW5 CWN7330
X7500BT/XNUW5 CWN7331
X7550BT/XNRC CWN7333
X7550BT/XNRD CWN7334
X7550BT/XNRI CWN7335 C

15 Antenna Cable CDH1390


16 Clamper (CN1800) CEF1046
17 Holder CND6671
18 Holder CND6797
19 Holder CND6798

20 Spacer CNN1909
21 BT Module CWX4317
22 Fan Motor CXM1262
23 Screw PMZ20P160FTC D

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9.5 EXTERIOR (4)

The application position of grease is referred to page 114 and page 115.
A

C D

G
D
A
G
F

E B

H
F

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EXTERIOR (4) SECTION PARTS LIST


Mark No. Description Part No. Mark No. Description Part No.

1 Display Module Unit CXE6641 50 Guide ENV3035


2 Screw CBA1608 A
3 Screw (M2 x 1.5) CBA1615 51 Guide ENV3036
4 Screw (M2 x 3) CBA1877 52 Arm ENV3037
5 Screw (M2.3 x 6) CBA2027 53 Gear ENV3038
54 Lever ENV3039
6 Screw (M2 x 2) CBA2129 * 55 Main PCB Unit EWX2008
7 Washer CBF1038
8 Shaft CLA4821 * 56 SW PCB Unit EWX2009
9 Gear CNR1862 57 Case Unit EXA4010
10 Gear CNV8980 58 Frame Unit EXA4011
59 Motor Unit EXA4013
11 Screw EBA2003 60 Screw IMS20P030FTC B
12 Torsion Spring EBH3010
13 Torsion Spring EBH3011 61 Screw JGZ20P025FTC
14 Plate Spring EBL2005 62 Washer YE15FTC
15 Plate Spring EBL2006 63 Plate Spring CBL1848
64 Insulator CNN4260
16 Plate Spring EBL2007 65 Cover CNW2687
17 Plate Spring EBL2008
18 FFC EDD2002 66 Screw (M2 x 3) CBA1877
19 Shaft ELA3022
20 Shaft ELA3023
C

21 Shaft ELA3024
22 Shaft ELA3026
23 Shaft ELA3027
24 Shaft ELA3028
25 Chassis ENA3007

26 Cover ENC2025
27 Lever ENC2026
28 Holder ENC2027
29 Holder ENC2032
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30 Sheet ENM3002

31 Sheet ENM3003
32 Sheet ENM3004
33 Gear ENR2001
34 Gear ENR2002
35 Gear ENR2003

36 Gear ENR2004
37 Gear ENR2005
38 Gear ENV3023 E
39 Rack ENV3024
40 Rack ENV3025

41 Arm ENV3026
42 Guide ENV3027
43 Guide ENV3028
44 Gear ENV3029
45 Gear ENV3030

46 Gear ENV3031
F
47 Gear ENV3032
48 Holder ENV3033
49 Holder ENV3034

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The gear assembly figure of the Drive Unit

A
CNV8980 ENV3038
CNR1862 ENV3038
ENV3029

ENR2005
C
ENV3032 ENR2004

Grease

D
(3)
(3)

(2) (2)

(1) : GEM1024
F
(2) : GEM1043
(3) : GEM1084

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(2)

(1)

(1)
(2)
(2)
C

(1) (1) (1) (1)

(2)

(1) : GEM1024
(2) : GEM1043

D
(1)

(2) (1) (2) (1)

(1)

(1) (1)

(1) (1)
(1) (1) (1) (1)

(1)

(2) (2)

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9.6 DVD MECHANISM MODULE

L
A R

(1/2) (A)

(C)
(B)
(C)

(F) (B)
B
(F) (B)

(E)
(F)
(F)
F

(F)
(A)

(F)
A
D
C
A
(C)

(D)

(C) (A)
(B)
(A)
D
(A)
(A)

F
C (A)
B
(A)

B
C G

E D (A)
E

D
(2/2) E (A)
(C) (A)

(B)
(A)
(A)
E
G
(A) : GEM1045

(B) : GEM1043 23%


(A)
(C) : GEM1024
C (C)
(D) : GEM1050
F (B)
(E) : GEM1085 (A)

(F) : GEM1038

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DVD MECHANISM MODULE SECTION PARTS LIST


Mark No. Description Part No. Mark No. Description Part No.

1 Screw BMZ20P020FTC 50 Gear CNV8875


2 Screw BMZ20P025FNI A
3 Screw CBA1787 51 Gear CNV8876
4 Washer CBF1038 52 Gear CNV8877
5 Washer CBF1064 53 Gear CNV8878
54 Gear CNV8879
6 Spring CBH2589 55 Gear CNV8880
7 Spring CBH2590
8 Spring CBH2592 56 Lever CNV8903
9 Spring CBH2593 57 Lever CNV8904
10 Spring CBH2596 58 Roller CNV8905
59 Lever CNV8908
11 Spring CBH2597 60 Arm CNV8909 B
12 Spring CBH2599
13 Spring CBH2600 61 Damper CNV9061
14 Spring CBH2601 62 Damper CNV9062
15 Spring CBH2604 63 Rack CNV9063
64 Arm CNV9116
16 Spring CBH2605 65 Arm CNV9117
17 Spring CBH2710
18 Spring CBH2711 66 Arm CNW2082
19 Spring CBH2890 67 Roller CNV7165
20 Spring CBH2935 68 Compound Unit(B) CWX3394
69 Bracket Unit CXB8685 C

21 Spring CBH2586 70 Brush Motor Unit(LOAD)(M1) CXE4539


22 Spring CBH2588
23 Spring CBH2898 71 Compound Unit(A) CWX4034
24 Spring CBH2926 72 Arm Unit CXC5486
25 Spring CBH2591 73 Roller Unit CXC5708
74 Chassis Unit CXC6443
26 75 Arm Unit CXC7872
27 Spring CBL1726
28 Shaft CLA4918 76 Frame Unit CXE2486
29 Shaft CLA4919 77 Guide Unit CXC8572
D
30 Lever CND5494 78 Shaft CLA4771
79 Holder CND5456
31 Frame CND2250 80 Guide CNV9569
32 Holder CND2251
33 Holder CNC9939 81 Collar CNV9570
34 Sheet CNM6883 82 Motor(STEPPING)(M2) CXM1364
35 Sheet CNM8283 83 Motor(SPDL)(M3) CXM1435
84 Screw JFZ20P018FTC
36 Sheet CNM9658 85 Washer YE20FTC
37
38 Cam CNV7156 86 Screw IMS20P030FTC E
39 Clamper CNV7158 87 DVD Core Unit(MS7.1) CWX4332
40 Rack CNV7175 88 Pickup Unit(Service) CXX2558
89 Gear CNW2264
41 Collar CNV8845 90 Motor CXM1321
42 Lever CNW1926
43 Arm CNV8867 91 Screw JFZ14P020FTC
44 Arm CNV8868
45 Arm CNW2081

46 Arm CNV8871
F
47 Arm CNV8872
48 Arm CNV8873
49 Gear CNV8874

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10. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM


10.1 DVD AMP UNIT (IF BLOCK)
A Note: When ordering service parts, be sure to refer to " EXPLODED VIEWS AND PARTS LIST" or
"ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST".

VDD33

BUP
Ref No. : 1001 - 1099
*
B D1011
A 4/9 A, D, E, F 1SR154-400

B, C NM
ISENS ILMSNS
Q1003 FL-
LTC014EEB R1009 D1004 R1011 * RL-
10k DA2J101 0 FL+
3216
C1002

C1003

R1010
1u/16
1608

1608

4.7k
NM
RL+
FR-
RR-
FR+
GNDD GND RR+

D1002
BSENS R1002 HZU7L(A1) R1008 *
10k 0
C 3216
HN1C01FU(YGR)
C1
B2
E2
6
5

R1004

R1005

C1001
4

ASENS
4.7k

NM
Q1001

47k
E1
B1
1
2
3
C2

BGSE

GNDD GND
ASENS
BSENS BSENS
R1006 D1003

100k
R1007

HZU7L(C3)
47k

R1001 D1001
Q1002
BGSENS BGSENS NM NM NM
R1003
NM

D
PBSENS PBSENS

TELMUTE TELMUTE GNDD GND

A 2/9 PBSE

FR+ FR+
FR- FR-
RR+ RR+
RR- RR-
E FL+ FL+
FL- FL-
RL+ RL+ TELM
RL- RL-

A 1/9
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A 1/9 DVD AMP UNIT


(IF BLOCK)

A AVH-X7500BT/XNUC
FM(30%) (A,D,E,F):+19.7 dBs
B AVH-X7500BT/XNEW5 FM(30%) (B,C):+23.7 dBs
AM(30%) (A,D,E,F):+19.7 dBs
C AVH-X7500BT/XNUW5 AM(30%) (B,C):+23.7 dBs
TV:+35.9 dBs
D1011 D1012 R1008 R1011 R1019 D AVH-X7550BT/XNRC AUX:+35.9 dBs B
VCR:+35.9 dBs
E, F 1SR154-400 1SR154-400 0 0 0
E AVH-X7550BT/XNRD USB:+35.9 dBs
DVD/CD:+35.8 dBs
C NM NM 1k 1k 1k Navi Guide:+13.9 dBs VEHICLE I/F
F AVH-X7550BT/XNRI BT-Audio:+35.9 dBs CN1001
BT-HF:+40.9 dBs CKM1516-A
FL- FL-
1 FL-
RL- RL-
2 RL-
FL+ FL+

POWER SUPPLY
3 FL+
RL+ RL+
4 RL+
FR- FR-
5 FR-
RR- RR-
6 RR-
FR+ FR+
7 FR+
RR+ RR+
8 RR+
PB
9 P.B.
BG
10 BGSENS
ACC
11 ACC
BREM
ILM
12 BREM C
13 ILM

B.UP3

B.UP2
B.UP1
MUTE
14 MUTE
15 BUP
16 GND

GND3

GND1
D1011
D1012

GND2
BGSENS
BGSENS D1005 R1012
*
RKZ5.6KG(B2) 10k L1001 R1019
Q1004

1SR154-400
1SR154-400
LTC014EEB NM 0
1000p/50
C1004

GND

D1006 *
GNDD GND CRG03

0.1u/16
D1007

C1008
BREM
IC1001 NM
NJW4830U2

VDD FLT
4 3
D
5
OUT
GND
IN
2
1
GND
AMPPW A 2/9
0.1u/16

0.1u/16

A 4/9
C1005

C1007

C1006

1608
NM

PBSENS
R1014

GND
22k

D1008 R1015 L1002


Q1006
DA2J101 10k NM
D1009

C1009

C1010

LSAR523UB
1608

1608
NM

NM

NM

PBSENS R1020
1k
R1017
47k

GND
GNDD
R1016
22k

TELMUTE
E

TELMUTE R1021 Q1005


1k LSAR523UB
R1013

D1013 R1018 L1003


47k

DA2J101 10k NM
C1011

C1012

GNDD
1608
D1010

NM

1608
NM
NM

NOTE : GND
Symbol indicates a resistor.
No differentiation is made between chip resistors and
discrete resistors.
Symbol indicates a capacitor. : The power supply is shown with the marked box.
No differentiation is made between chip capacitors and
discrete capacitors. F
NM : No Mount

A 1/9
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10.2 DVD AMP UNIT (AMP BLOCK)

A
BUP
Ref No. : 1101 - 1199
14.4V
RCAMUTE

D1101 R1107
VDD33

1k
A 8/9 RCAMUTE

DAJ101
RN4987

4 3

47u/16

47u/16
C1110

C1111
2
5
B 6 1 LTC043ZEB
Q1102 GNDA Q1103
A 4/9 SYSMUTE

A 1/9
AMPPW AMPPW

A 4/9

R1103
10k
C
A 4/9 OFFSET

Q1101
LTC014YEB

GNDD
RR-

C1112
RR+

RL-

C1113
D RL+

A 1/9

FL+
C1114
FL-
E

FR+
C1115

FR-

SP_RL C1101
SP_RR
A 5/9 SP_FR
C1102
C1104
F
SP_FL C1103

A 2/9
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A 2/9 DVD AMP UNIT


(AMP BLOCK)
SYS+B BUP
DD33
9.0V

AMPMUTE
R1106

R1101
10k

R1105 10k
LTC043ZEB B
Q1103 220 RN4982
1000p/50
R1104

C1109
NM

4 3

R1108
2

47k
5

GNDA 6 1
Q1104

AMPPW
GNDA

0.001u/16

0.1u/16
C1108

C1116
C1107

NM
10k

AMP C
IC1101
PA2030A
01
B 1
TAB
2
PW-GND2
NDD
RR- 3
OUT2(-)
C1112

4
NM

STBY
RR+ 5
OUT2(+)
6
VCC2
RL- 7
OUT1(-)
C1113

8
NM

PW-GND1
RL+ D4 9 D
OUT1(+)
C1106 10u/16 10
RIPPLE
CCH1998-A 11
IN1
C1117 12
IN2
CCG1357-A 0.1u 13
PRE-GND
14
IN4
2125 15
IN3
C1105 1u 16
AC-GND
FL+ CCG1325-A 17
OUT3(+)
C1114

18
NM

PW-GND3
GNDA
FL- 19
OUT3(-) E
20
VCC1
FR+ 21
OUT4(+)
C1115

22
NM

MUTE
FR- 23
OUT4(-)
24
PW-GND4
R1102 25
H-SW/VOS-DET
10k
GND

C1101 0.22u 1608


CCG1313-A
C1102 0.22u 1608
CCG1313-A
C1104 0.22u 1608 F
CCG1313-A
C1103 0.22u 1608
CCG1313-A

A 2/9
AVH-X7500BT/XNUC
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121
1 2 3 4

10.3 DVD AMP UNIT (POWER SUPPLY BLOCK)

A 12.3

EV12 EV12
EV12 Q1205 D1206
LSCR523UB 0 14.1V RB551VM-30 L1201 D1220 D1221
R1224 CTH1561-A IC1204 CRG03 CRG03

0 47p/50 R1216
R1215

NM
22uH

680
1 5
SW V+
2

R1219 C1216
GND

10u/35
C1220

C1221
R1217
3 4

220k

NM
R1292 NM

R1291 NM

(D)
IN- EN/SYNC

R1278 2k
R1279 2k
HZU13(B1)
0.1u/16
C1213

C1214

C1215
D1205

NM

NM
NJW4132U2-A
365.8/413.9kHz

R1222 R1218

16k
(D)

C1217

C1296
10u/35

10u/35
10u

10u
680
(D)
FAN
GNDP

(Fast-acting)
CN1201 P1201
CKS4822-A CEK1278-A BUP
FANV Q1204
(0.5A)
B 2
2SD1760F5(QR) R1202 R1203 R1204
1 2 220 220 220
1 D1202 D1201
RKZ8.2KG(B2) RKZ6.8KG(B2)

R1205
47k
Q1201
FAN MOTOR 6 1

RKZ9.1KG(B2)
C1 E1
0.01u/16

0.01u/16 5 2
C1203

D1203
C1201

C1202
10u/35

Q1202 B2 B1
Q1203 LTC014EEB 4 3

R1206
LTC014EEB

10k
E2 C2
KTX213U

A 4/9 CLCNT2 GND


CLCNT1

MOTV TUN5
SYS+B
IC1203 IC1205
BA00DD0WHFP NJM2886DL3-05

R1269
CONT
VOUT
C
GND

GND

NM
Vout
CTL

ADJ
Vcc

VIN
TUN5

NC
VDD33 SWVDD33 MOTV
TUN5
1
2
3
4
5

5
4
3
2
1
D1207 D1208 L1202 P1202
9.16V 2 1

CCG1192-A
Q1212 SW33 MOTV
L1210 NM CRG03 2.2u NM
1 6

1u/10

R1283
C1222

C1223
(1A)
R1287

E1 C1
0.1u/10

0
NM
47k

C1297

2 5
R1211

2.2k

B1 B2
D%

3 4 R1225 0
1SR154-400
100u/16

1u/16

C2 E2
C1212

C1211

D1219
R1288

1k

KTX213U
R1212

D%
27k

GNDP

CCG1236-A-T 10u/35
CCG1236-A-T 10u/35
For MS7.1 Mecha
FLPSEN
VD8

CCG1236-A-T

1000p/50
R1213

VD8
D%

10u/35
4.7k

0.1u/10
A 4/9 GNDD 8.1V
P1207 8.1V
L1203
CTH154
R1214

GNDM GNDD 1 2 10u


0

CEK1285-A
(2.5A) DD8

C1950

C1951

CCG1233-A-T
3216

3216

NM

3225size
MTRPW Fast acting fuse

C1231
C1232
C1233
C1234
C1230

47u/10
GNDP GNDD
ILM+B
D For MS7.1 Mecha (1.5A)

3225
3216
3216
VD5 ILM+B Fast acting fuse
PWRVI 8.1V
For LCD3.3V Reg ILMB P1208
+
VD5
2

CCG1192-A
1
2125

BL
0.1u/16
2125

0.1u/16
C1298

CEK1282-A
C1273

C1299
CCG1192-A 10u

VD5
2125
PWRVI

10u
L1206 P1205

NM 1 2
5.18V CEK1283-A
PWRVI
0.1u/10
C1260

C1953

C1952

5.2V P1206 Fast acting


NM

Fuse
1 2
100u/10
100u/10

ILMGND
0.1u/10

(1.75A) GNDD
C1261

C1262

C1263
C1293

CEK1283-A
NM

Fast acting
Fuse GNDP GNDD GNDP
(1.75A)
PWRVI_GND D1217

NM

USB5
USB5 L1208
USB5
5.0V R1261 CTH1524-A
IC1208 IC
C1286 R1265

ACN7160-A 10u S-1172B18-E6 MM18


BTDAC5
DCH1256-A

D1216 L1209

DB2X41400L NM
1k

1k
1k
1k

NM

0.056
BT18
100u/10
0.1u/16

C1287

C1288
C1276

2125

NC
R1251
R1260
R1253

4
R1252

ON/OFF NC BTDAC5
22u

E
NM

3 4 BTDAC5
BT18 VSS1 VSS2
2 5 VOU
1.8V VOUT VIN 5
IC1210 BT18 1 6
C1256

1u/10

GNDP
C1257

1 NC1 24
1608
NM
R1285

LX
NM

C1259 4.7u
CCG1201-A

2 RSO 23
CCG1201-A

PGND
C1274
C1258

3 NC2 22
4.7u
2125

2125

BT
21 GNDP 0.1u/16
4 PVCC1
R1280

BTVCC C1280
0

5 PVCC2 20
10u/35

47u/16
C1275

TL
C1284
3216

R1262 0.1u/16
6 VCC 19 GNDP
FLAG
R1266 R1255 D1214 R1271
0.1u/16

0 GNDP
C1285

7 NC3 18
RADJ
8 RSIN 17 NM 47k (D) 365.8/413.9kHz NM NM
GNDP SYNC
9 VREG 16
33k (D)
C1281 R1256

R1268 R1257

C1283 EN
470p/50 1.5k

10 SGND 15 C1278
27p/50 CT
R1259 C1282 11 COMP 14 1000p/50
RT
GNDP 12 R1254 220k
0

7.5k 2200p/50 FB 13
SS
C1279 4700p/25
AN33014UA R1264 R1263
R1267

200k 390k
1u/10
C1277
8.2k (D)
R1258

F
GNDP
GNDP

A 3/9
AVH-X7500BT/XNUC
122
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

D1220

CRG03
D1221

CRG03
Ref No. : 1201 - 1299
A 3/9 DVD AMP UNIT
(POWER SUPPLY BLOCK)
C1221

NM

SYS+B IC1202 VDD33 IC1201


BA00CC0WFP NJW4181U3-33B

SYS+B

VOUT

1 VOUT
VDD33 BUP

GND

2 GND
VCC
CTL

3 VIN
C
VDD33 VDIN

1
2
3
4
5
8.98V 3.3V D1204
SYSB
1SR154-400

33k D%

0.1u/50
0.1u/10
47u/16
R1209

0.001u/16
C1204

C1207
C1208

C1205

C1206
NM
1SR154-400
D1218
100u/16

1u/16
C1209

C1210

D%
R1208
510
B

R1210
4.7k
D%
GNDP

R1207

GND_SYS NM

GNDD
HIOUTCLK
SYSPW

DDCERR
VDCNT8 A 4/9
VDCNT5
DDCCLK
Slow Blow Fuse DDIN 10uH
P1203 L1205 D1211
B 1 NM 2
0.001u/16 CTH1486-A RB060M-30
1000p/50

10u/35

CCH2027-A
C1250

C1219

C1252
C1248

C1255
NM
DDC 5/8
(4.5A)

3300u/16V
D1212

RB060M-30
BT18ON
A 8/9
C
3216
3216
1608

1608

3216

USBFLG
GNDP
A 7/9
CCG1236-A-T
USBCNT
0.047u/50

1000p/50

10u/35
C1235

10u/35
10u/35

10u/35
C1236

C1240
C1237

C1238

C1241

C1246
3216
NM

CCN1321-A

IC1206 AN33012UA
CCN1341-A

R1237

0.012
R1234

1 VCC 24
VCC_S2
0.011

CCG1233-A-T 47u/10
CCG1236-A-T 10u/35
CCG1236-A-T 10u/35

Q1209 3 S
CCG1236-A-T 10u/35
CCG1236-A-T 10u/35

Q1208 2 VCC_S1 23 SFT1342


S 3 RS2
SFT1342 3 RS1 22 1
SW HSD2
4 HSD1 21 C1243 0.1u/16 G
1
SS2
G GNDP C1242 D
5 SS1 20 GNDP
1000p/50

PGND
0.1u/10
0.1u/10

R1239 C1228 C1225 R1231 2 DD5


D 0.1u/16 6 COMP1 19 12k
L1203 2
8.1V CTH1544-A 4.7k 0.01u/16 COMP2 0.01u/16 L1204 5.2V
7 FB1 18
R1243 FB2
10u 510 C1229 8 EN1 17 C1224 R1227 CTH1519-A
VREG 15u
1u/10

D8
C1226
8p/50
C1227
8p/50

680p/50 470p/50 560


C1245
CCG1233-A-T

16
3216 C1249

C1253
C1254
3216 C1251

9 EN2
3225 C1247

R1228
RB056L-40

RB056L-40

SGND
3225size

1000p/50
3225size
C1231
C1232
C1233
C1234
C1230

D1209

D1210

R1242
47u/10

10 CT 15
R1230 R1229
R1240

27k RT 33k
4.3k
(D)
2.7k 1.1k
(D)

(D) 11 TL_CTRL 14 (D)


C1239

R1232 10k

TL
0.1u/10

12 FLAG 13
0.1u/10
R1238
R1233

C1244

SYNC
D
220k

3.6k
R1241

(D)
NM
(D)
3225
3216
3216

R1244

NM
R1226 R1235 200k
GNDP
GNDP
NM R1236

390k 365.8/413.9kHz

DDC33
NM 2

BT33
P1204

(0.5A)

DDC33
R1270
NM

R1250

3.3V
0
1

IC1207 DDC33 L1207 IC1209


BT33
MM1856A50N R1245 R1201 CTH1524-A
TDAC5 1 8
RB056L-40

D1213 0 0 10u LX 2 7 VCC C1269


C1265
0.01u/16

10u/35

9
47u/16
C1294
C1272

C1264
C1295

D1215

NC CONT
3216

0.01u/25
10u/35

4 3 GND 3 6 BST 0.01u/16


C1270

C1271

NM
3216

BTDAC5 GND FIN E


R1284

2