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PMX1302001CE

CD Stereo System
Model No. SA-MAX500LMK
SB-MAX500 L SB-MAX500 R
Product Color: (K)...Black Type

SA-MAX500

Please refer to the original service manual for:


CD Mechanism Unit, Order No. PSG1201019AE
Speaker system SB-MAX500LMK, Order No. PMX1302002CE

Nota: El idioma original de este Manual de Servicio es en idioma inglés, sin embargo algunas notasaquí mencionadas serán escritas
en español para mejor descripción para Centros de Servicio de México.

TABLE OF CONTENTS
1 Safety Precautions 3 Service Navigation
1.1. General Guidelines 3.1. Service Information
1.3. Before Repair and Adjustment 3.2. Firmware Update Procedure
1.4. Protection Circuitry 4 Specifications
1.5. Caution For Fuse Replacement 5 General/Introduction
1.6. Safety Parts Information 5.1. Media Information
6 Location of Controls and Components
2 Warning 6.1. Remote Control Key Button Operation
2.1. Prevention of Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) 6.2. Main Unit Key Button Operation
to Electrostatically Sensitive (ES) Devices 7 Installation Instructions
2.2. Precaution of Laser Diode 7.1. Speaker and A/C Connection
2.3. Service caution based on Legal restrictions 8 Service Mode
2.4. Handling Precautions for Traverse Unit 8.1. Cold-Start
2.5. Grounding for electrostatic breakdown 8.2. Doctor Mode Table
prevention 8.3. Reliability Test Mode (CD Mechanism Unit)

© Panasonic Corporation 2013. All rights reserved.


Unauthorized copying and distribution is a violation
of law.
15.2. FL Display & Volume P.C.B.
15.3. Control, Mic, USB, Remote Sensor.
8.4. Self-Diagnostic Mode
8.5. Self-Diagnostic Error Code Table 15.4. SMPS
8.6. Sales Demonstration Lock Function 15.5. Control Jog LED, Volume Jog LED & CD
9 Troubleshooting Guide Interface P.C.B.
10 Disassembly and Assembly Instructions 16 Appendix Information of Schematic Diagram
10.1. Screw Types 16.1. Voltage & Waveform Chart
10.2. Disassembly Flow Chart 16.2. Illustration of ICs, Transistor and Diode
10.3. Main Components and P.C.B. Locations 16.3. Terminal Function of ICs
10.4. Disassembly of Top Cabinet 17 Exploded View and Replacement Parts List
10.5. Disassembly of Front Panel Unit 17.1. Exploded View and Mechanical replacement
10.6. Disassembly of FL Display P.C.B. Part List
17.2. Electrical Replacement Part List
10.8. Disassembly of Control P.C.B.
10.10. Disassembly of Volume P.C.B.
10.11 Disassembly of Volume Jog Led
10.12. Disassembly of Remote Sensor P.C.B.
10.13. Disassembly of USB P.C.B.
10.14. Disassembly of Mic P.C.B.
10.16. Disassembly of CD Lid
10.17. Disassembly of Rear Panel
10.18. Disassembly of CD Mechanism Unit
10.19. Disassembly of Main P.C.B.
10.20. Disassembly of Digital Amplifier IC
I
10.21. Disassembly of SMPS P.C.B.

10.22. Replacement of Switching Regulator (Q5700)


10.23. Replacement of Rectifier Diode (D5801)
10.24. Replacement of Rectifier Diode (D5802)
10.25. Disassembly of CD Interface P.C.B.
11 Service Position
11.1. Checking and Repairing of FL Display P.C.B.,
Control P.C.B., Volume P.C.B., Mic P.C.B. and
USB P.C.B.
11.2. Checking and Repairing of Main P.C.B. (Side
B)
11.3. Checking and Repairing of Main P.C.B. (Side
A)
11.4. Checking and Repairing of SMPS P.C.B.
12 Block Diagram
12.1. Servo & System Control
12.2. IC Terminal Chart
12.3. Audio
12.4. Power Supply
13 Wiring Connection Diagram
14 Schematic Diagram
14.1. Schematic Diagram Notes
14.2. MAIN (CD Servo/Micon/D-Amp) Circuit
14.3. FL Display Circuit
14.4. Volume Circuit
14.5. Control & USB Circuit
14.6. Mic Circuit
14.7. Remote Sensor

14.8. SMPS Circuit


14.9. Control Jog LED, Volume Jog LED & CD
Interface Circuit
15 Printed Circuit Board
15.1. Main P.C.B.
1 Safety Precautions
1.1. General Guidelines
1. IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE
There are special components used in this equipment which are important for safety. These parts are marked by in the
Schematic Diagrams, Circuit Board Layout, Exploded Views and Replacement Parts List. It is essential that these critical parts
should be replaced with manufacturer’s specified parts to prevent X-RADIATION, shock, fire, or other hazards. Do not modify
the original design without permission of manufacturer.

2. An Isolation Transformer should always be used during the servicing of AC Adaptor whose chassis is not isolated from the AC
power line. Use a transformer of adequate power rating as this protects the technician from accidents resulting in personal
injury from electrical shocks. It will also protect AC Adaptor from being damaged by accidental shorting that may occur during
servicing.
3. When servicing, observe the original lead dress. If a short circuit is found, replace all parts which have been overheated or
damaged by the short circuit.
4. After servicing, see to it that all the protective devices such as insulation barriers, insulation papers shields are properly
installed.
5. After servicing, make the following leakage current checks to prevent the customer from being exposed to shock hazards.

1.1.1. Leakage Current Cold Check


1. Unplug the AC cord and connect a jumper between the two prongs on the plug.
2. Measure the resistance value, with an ohmmeter, between the jumpered AC plug and each exposed metallic cabinet part on
the equipment such as screwheads, connectors, control shafts, etc. When the exposed metallic part has a return path to the
chassis, the reading should be between 1M: and 5.2M:.
When the exposed metal does not have a return path to the chassis, the reading must be

1.1.2. Leakage Current Hot Check


1. Plug the AC cord directly into the AC outlet. Do not use an isolation transformer for this check.
2. Connect a 1.5k:, 10 watts resistor, in parallel with a 0.15PF capacitors, between each exposed metallic part on the set and a
good earth ground such as a water pipe, as shown in Figure 1-1.
3. Use an AC voltmeter, with 1000 ohms/volt or more sensitivity, to measure the potential across the resistor.
4. Check each exposed metallic part, and measure the voltage at each point.
5. Reverse the AC plug in the AC outlet and repeat each of the above measurements.
6. The potential at any point should not exceed 0.75 volts RMS. A leakage current tester (Simpson Model 229 or equivalent)
may be used to make the hot checks, leakage current must not exceed 1/2 milliamp. In case a measurement is outside of the
limits specified, there is a possibility of a shock hazard, and the equipment should be repaired and rechecked before it is
returned to the customer.

Figure 1-1
1.3. Before Repair and Adjustment
Disconnect AC power to discharge the AC Capacitors (C5700, C5701, C5702, C5703, C5704, C5705, C5706, C5707, C5708)
through a 10 Ω, 10 W resistor to ground.
Caution:
DO NOT SHORT-CIRCUIT DIRECTLY (with a screwdriver blade, for instance), as this may destroy solid state devices.
After repairs are completed, restore power gradually using a variac, to avoid overcurrent.
Current consumption at AC~127 V/60 Hz in Power ON, FM Tuner, (No Signal at volume minimal) should be ~
850mA.

1.4. Protection Circuitry


The protection circuitry may have operated if either of the following conditions are noticed:
‡ No sound is heard when the power is turned on.
‡ Sound stops during a performance.
The function of this circuitry is to prevent circuitry damage if, for example, the positive and negative speaker connection wires are
“shorted”, or if speaker systems with an impedance less than the indicated rated impedance of the amplifier are used.
If this occurs, follow the procedure outlines below:
1. Turn off the power.
2. Determine the cause of the problem and correct it.
3. Turn on the power once again after one minute.
Note:
When the protection circuitry functions, the unit will not operate unless the power is first turned off and then on again.

1.5. Caution For Fuse Replacement


1.6. Safety Parts Information
Safety Parts List:
There are special components used in this equipment which are important for safety.
These parts are marked by in the Schematic Diagrams, Exploded View & Replacement Parts List. It is essential that these
critical parts should be replaced with manufacturer’s specified parts to prevent shock, fire or other hazards. Do not modify the
original design without permission of manufacturer.

Panasonic de México S.A. de C.V.


Ingeniería de Audio

Modelo: SC-MAX500LMK

Safety Nombre del componente Numero de Parte

CABLE TOMACORRIENTE. K2CB2CB00022

CONECTOR TOMACORRIENTE K2AB2B000007

TRANSFORMADOR DE PODER G4DYZ0000062

TRANSFORMADOR DE
ETS19AB2E6AG
RESPALDO

FUSIBLE PRIMARIO K5D802BNA005

ZNR ERZV05Z471CS

CAPACITOR DE AC F1BAF1020020

CAPACITOR DE AC F0CAF224A105

CAPACITOR DE AC F1BAF471A013

OPTOACOPLADOR B3PBA0000579

PCB SMPS RJB3573A


Tarjeta sin componentes

BOBINA PRIMARIO G0B932H00002

GAB. MET. SIN DOBLAR RKM0702Z-K

CD UNIT RD-DDL100-PX

RGR0439A-A
REAR PANEL
RGR0439A-A1

INSTRUCTIVO RQTM0193
2 Warning
2.1. Prevention of Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) to Electrostatically Sensi-
tive (ES) Devices
Some semiconductor (solid state) devices can be damaged easily by static electricity. Such components commonly are called Elec-
trostatically Sensitive (ES) Devices.

The following techniques should be used to help reduce the incidence of component damage caused by electrostatic discharge
(ESD).
1. Immediately before handling any semiconductor component or semiconductor-equipped assembly, drain off any ESD on your
body by touching a known earth ground. Alternatively, obtain and wear a commercially available discharging ESD wrist strap,
which should be removed for potential shock reasons prior to applying power to the unit under test.
2. After removing an electrical assembly equipped with ES devices, place the assembly on a conductive surface such as alumi-
num foil, to prevent electrostatic charge buildup or exposure of the assembly.
3. Use only a grounded-tip soldering iron to solder or unsolder ES devices.
4. Use only an anti-static solder removal device. Some solder removal devices not classified as “anti-static (ESD protected)” can
generate electrical charge sufficient to damage ES devices.
5. Do not use freon-propelled chemicals. These can generate electrical charges sufficient to damage ES devices.
6. Do not remove a replacement ES device from its protective package until immediately before you are ready to install it. (Most
replacement ES devices are packaged with leads electrically shorted together by conductive foam, aluminum foil or compara-
ble conductive material).
7. Immediately before removing the protective material from the leads of a replacement ES device, touch the protective material
to the chassis or circuit assembly into which the device will be installed.
CAUTION:
Be sure no power is applied to the chassis or circuit, and observe all other safety precautions.
8. Minimize bodily motions when handling unpackaged replacement ES devices. (Otherwise harmless motion such as the
brushing together of your clothes fabric or the lifting of your foot from a carpeted floor can generate static electricity (ESD) suf-
ficient to damage an ES device).
2.2. Precaution of Laser Diode

Caution:
This product utilizes a laser diode with the unit turned “on”, invisible laser radiation is emitted from the pickup lens.
Wavelength: 790 nm (CD)
Maximum output radiation power from pickup: 100 μW/VDE
Laser radiation from the pickup unit is safety level, but be sure the followings:
1. Do not disassemble the pickup unit, since radiation from exposed laser diode is dangerous.
2. Do not adjust the variable resistor on the pickup unit. It was already adjusted.
3. Do not look at the focus lens using optical instruments.
4. Recommend not to look at pickup lens for a long time.

Figure 2-1
2.3. Service caution based on Legal restrictions
2.3.1. General description about Lead Free Solder (PbF)
The lead free solder has been used in the mounting process of all electrical components on the printed circuit boards used for this
equipment in considering the globally environmental conservation.

The normal solder is the alloy of tin (Sn) and lead (Pb). On the other hand, the lead free solder is the alloy mainly consists of tin
(Sn), silver (Ag) and Copper (Cu), and the melting point of the lead free solder is higher approx.30 degrees C (86qF) more than that
of the normal solder.

Definition of PCB Lead Free Solder being used

The letter of “PbF” is printed either foil side or components side on the PCB using the lead free solder.

(See right figure)

Service caution for repair work using Lead Free Solder (PbF)
• The lead free solder has to be used when repairing the equipment for which the lead free solder is used.
(Definition: The letter of “PbF” is printed on the PCB using the lead free solder.)
• To put lead free solder, it should be well molten and mixed with the original lead free solder.
• Remove the remaining lead free solder on the PCB cleanly for soldering of the new IC.
• Since the melting point of the lead free solder is higher than that of the normal lead solder, it takes the longer time to melt the
lead free solder.
• Use the soldering iron (more than 70W) equipped with the temperature control after setting the temperature at 350±30 degrees
C (662±86qF).
Recommended Lead Free Solder (Service Parts Route.)
• The following 3 types of lead free solder are available through the service parts route.
RFKZ03D01K-----------(0.3mm 100g Reel)
RFKZ06D01K-----------(0.6mm 100g Reel)
RFKZ10D01K-----------(1.0mm 100g Reel)

Note
* Ingredient: tin (Sn), 96.5%, silver (Ag) 3.0%, Copper (Cu) 0.5%, Cobalt (Co) / Germanium (Ge) 0.1 to 0.3%
2.4. Handling Precautions for Traverse Unit
The laser diode in the optical pickup unit may break down due to static electricity of clothes or human body. Special care must be
taken avoid caution to electrostatic breakdown when servicing and handling the laser diode in the traverse unit.

2.4.1. Cautions to Be Taken in Handling the Optical Pickup Unit


The laser diode in the optical pickup unit may be damaged due to electrostatic discharge generating from clothes or human body.
Special care must be taken avoid caution to electrostatic discharge damage when servicing the laser diode.
1. Do not give a considerable shock to the optical pickup unit as it has an extremely high-precise structure.
2. To prevent the laser diode from the electrostatic discharge damage, the flexible cable of the optical pickup unit removed
should be short-circuited with a short pin or a clip.
3. The flexible cable may be cut off if an excessive force is applied to it. Use caution when handling the flexible cable.
4. The antistatic FPC is connected to the new optical pickup unit. After replacing the optical pickup unit and connecting the flexi-
ble cable, cut off the antistatic FPC.

Figure 2-2
2.5. Grounding for electrostatic breakdown prevention
• As for parts that use optical pick-up (laser diode), the optical pick-up is destroyed by the static electricity of the working environ-
ment.
Repair in the working environment that is grounded.

2.5.1. Worktable grounding


• Put a conductive material (sheet) or iron sheet on the area where the optical pickup is placed and ground the sheet.

2.5.2. Human body grounding


• Use the anti-static wrist strap to discharge the static electricity form your body Figure 2-3.

Figure 2-3
3 Service Navigation
3.1. Service Information
This service manual contains technical information which will allow service personnel’s to understand and service this model.
Please place orders using the parts list and not the drawing reference numbers.

If the circuit is changed or modified, this information will be followed by supplement service manual to be filed with original service
manual.

• CD Mechanism Unit:

1) This model uses CD Mechanism Unit.

• Micro-processor:

1) The following components are supplied as an assembled part.


- Micro-processor IC, IC2003 (MN101EF16KXW genérico) Este material se encuentra sin programar, debe ser programado.
- Micro-processor IC, IC2003 (RFKWMAKX500M0 para uso de Centros de Servicio).

• Speaker System:

1) This model uses Speaker System, SB-MAX500LMK.


3.2. Firmware Update Procedure

Start

Write encrypted UPD bin to CD-R

Turn On main set

Insert CD-R (with UPD bin) and


close

TOC reading

"CHECKING" NG "NO PLAY"


process end

OK

Writing starts:
"0%" -> "20%" -> "40%" ->
"60%" -> "80%" -> 100%"

"GOOD" display 3 sec

Set auto turn Off -> Cold Start

End
4 Specifications

Especificaciones Salida de audio (disco)


Número de canales 2,2 ch (FL, FR, SW)
FL = Canal frontal izquierdo
FR = Canal frontal derecho
Sección del amplificador SW = Canal de subwoofer
MPEG-1 Layer 3
Potencia de salida RMS en modo estéreo
Alto (ambos controlados por los canales)
250 W por canal (5 Ÿ), 1 kHz, 30% THD
Sección de memoria interna
Medio bajo (ambos controlados por los canales)
280 W por canal (4 Ÿ), 100 Hz, 30% THD Memoria
Bajo 550 W por canal (8 Ÿ), 100 Hz, 30% THD Tamaño de la memoria 4 GB
Potencia total del modo estéreo RMS Compatibilidad con formato de archivos de medios
2160 W (30% THD) MP3 (*.mp3)
Potencia de salida PMPO 23800 W Cómo grabar en la memoria
Velocidad de bits 128 kbps
Velocidad de grabación en la memoria
Sección del sintonizador, terminales
1x, 3x máx. (CD solamente)
Emisoras preconfiguradas 30 emisoras de FM Formato de archivo de grabación MP3 (*.mp3)
15 emisoras de AM Capacidad de total de canciones grabadas
(Usa 128 kbps, aproximadamente 1 canción
Frecuencia modulada (FM)
= 4 minutos)
Gama de frecuencias 1000 canciones
87,5 MHz a 108,0 MHz (en pasos de 100 kHz)
87,9 MHz a 107,9 MHz (en pasos de 200 kHz)
Terminales de la antena 75 Ÿ (desbalanceado) Sección de USB
Amplitud modulada (AM)
Gama de frecuencias Puerto USB
520 kHz a 1710 kHz (en pasos de 10 kHz) USB estándar USB 2,0 velocidad total
Conector del micrófono Compatibilidad con formato de archivos de medios
MP3 (*.mp3)
Sensibilidad 0,7 mV, 1,1 kŸ
Sistema de archivo de dispositivo USB
Terminal Mono, toma de 3,5 mm (1 sistema)
FAT12, FAT16, FAT32
Puerto de música (frontal) Energía puerto USB 500 mA (máx.)
Sensibilidad 100 mV, 4,7 kŸ Velocidad de bits
Terminal Estéreo, toma de 3,5 mm 16 kbps a 320 kbps (reproducción)
Entrada AUX Clavija jack RCA Cómo grabar en el USB
Velocidad de bits 128 kbps
Velocidad de grabación USB
Sección de discos compactos 1x, 3x máx. (CD solamente)
Formato de archivo de grabación MP3 (*.mp3)
Discos reproducidos (8 cm o 12 cm)
CD, CD-R/RW (CD-DA, MP3 )
Lector
Longitud de onda 790 nm (CD)

Generalidades

Fuente de alimentación ~ 127 V, 60 Hz


Consumo de energía 198 W
Dimensiones (An x Al x Prf)
485 mm x 231 mm x 378 mm
Peso 5 kg
Gama de temperaturas de funcionamiento
0°C a +40°C
Gama de humedades de funcionamiento
35% a 80% humedad relativa (sin condensación)
Consumo de energía en modo de espera
6,9Wh/día (considerando 23 horas en modo de espera
al día).

Nota:
‡ Las especificaciones están sujetas a cambios sin previo
aviso.
El peso y las dimensiones son aproximados.
‡ La distorsión armónica total se mide con el analizador de
espectro digital.
5 General/Introduction
5.1. Media Information
6 Location of Controls and Components
6.1. Remote Control Key Button Operation

SLEEP PLAY/ 10 12 Configurar el temporizador de apagado automático


AUTO OFF REC Apagar automáticamente el sistema
1 11
Mientras la fuente sea el disco, el dispositivo USB o de
12 memoria interna, la función de apagado automático
13 apagará el sistema si no lo usa durante 30 minutos.
ABC DEF
Pulse y mantenga pulsado el botón para usar esta
2 función.
GHI JKL MNO
Para cancelar, pulse y mantenga pulsado el botón
14 nuevamente.
P W
QRS TUV XYZ
13 Configure la función programa
3 15
EXT-IN 14 Ajustar el volumen del sistema
4
MEMORY RADIO
15 Desactivar el sonido del sistema
Pulse el botón nuevamente para cancelar.
5 “MUTE” también se cancela cuando usted ajusta el
volumen o cuando apaga el sistema.

16 Configurar el ítem del menú de reproducción


SOUND Configurar el ítem del menú de radio
6 D.BASS PRESET EQ
RADIO MENU 17 Funcionamiento de la lista de reproducción de la
16 memoria interna
H
ARC

PLA

7 17 18 Seleccionar la opción
TITLE SE

Y LIS
T

19 Configurar el modo de edición para USB y memoria


18
DISPLAY EDIT interna
DIMMER MODE
8 19 20 Explore la lista de reproducción de la memoria interna
Buscar pistas o álbumes
CD HI-SPEED USB MEMORY MODE
9 Gire la perilla para buscar las pistas.
REC Pulse [ X/II ] para iniciar la reproducción de la
selección.

Pulse [ALBUM/TRACK] para seleccionar el álbum o


pista y luego gire la perilla para buscar.
Pulse [ X/II ] para iniciar la reproducción de la
selección.

Interruptor de alimentación en espera/conectada 21 Puerto USB ( )


1
[ ], [ /I] Indicador de grabación USB
Pulse este interruptor para cambiar del modo de
alimentación conectada al modo de alimentación en 22 Sensor del control remoto
espera o viceversa. En el modo de alimentación en
Sensor del control remoto
espera, la unidad consume una pequeña cantidad de
Distancia: a aproximadamente 7 m
corriente.
Ángulo: aproximadamente 20° hacia arriba y hacia
abajo, 30° a la izquierda y derecha
2 Botones alfanuméricos
Para seleccionar un número de dos dígitos 23 Bandeja de disco
Ejemplo: 16= [ 10]¨ [1]¨ [6]
Para establecer un carácter
24 Toma puerto de música
Ejemplo: B= [2]¨ [2]

3 Borre una pista programada 25 Conector del micrófono


Borre una pista seleccionada en una lista de
reproducción 26 Ajuste el volumen del micrófono

4 Seleccionar la fuente de audio 27 Abrir o cerrar la bandeja del disco

5 Control de reproducción básica 28 Botones directos de la lista de reproducción de la


memoria interna
6 Seleccionar los efectos de sonido Pulse para agregar una pista a la lista de reproducción
correspondiente.
Pulse para seleccionar la lista de reproducción.
7 Iniciar la búsqueda del título para memoria interna
29 Panel de visualización
8 Vea la información del contenido
Disminuir el brillo del panel de visualización
Pulse y mantenga pulsado el botón para usar esta
función.
Para cancelar, pulse y mantenga pulsado el botón
nuevamente.

9 Control de operación de grabación

10 Configurar el temporizador de reproducción y de


grabación

11 Configurar el reloj y el temporizador


6.2. Main Unit Key Button Operation

28 29 28

1 14

6 4

20 27

21 26

5 9 22 9 23 5 24 25

1 Interruptor de alimentación en espera/conectada 12 Configurar el temporizador de apagado automático 23 Bandeja de disco


[ ], [ /I] Apagar automáticamente el sistema
Pulse este interruptor para cambiar del modo de Mientras la fuente sea el disco, el dispositivo USB o de 24 Toma puerto de música
alimentación conectada al modo de alimentación en memoria interna, la función de apagado automático
espera o viceversa. En el modo de alimentación en apagará el sistema si no lo usa durante 30 minutos. 25 Conector del micrófono
espera, la unidad consume una pequeña cantidad de Pulse y mantenga pulsado el botón para usar esta
corriente. función.
26 Ajuste el volumen del micrófono
Para cancelar, pulse y mantenga pulsado el botón
2 Botones alfanuméricos nuevamente.
27 Abrir o cerrar la bandeja del disco
Para seleccionar un número de dos dígitos
Ejemplo: 16= [ 10]¨ [1]¨ [6] 13 Configure la función programa
28 Botones directos de la lista de reproducción de la
Para establecer un carácter
Ejemplo: B= [2]¨ [2] memoria interna
14 Ajustar el volumen del sistema
Pulse para agregar una pista a la lista de reproducción
3 Borre una pista programada correspondiente.
15 Desactivar el sonido del sistema
Pulse para seleccionar la lista de reproducción.
Borre una pista seleccionada en una lista de Pulse el botón nuevamente para cancelar.
reproducción “MUTE” también se cancela cuando usted ajusta el
29 Panel de visualización
volumen o cuando apaga el sistema.
4 Seleccionar la fuente de audio
16 Configurar el ítem del menú de reproducción
5 Control de reproducción básica Configurar el ítem del menú de radio

6 Seleccionar los efectos de sonido 17 Funcionamiento de la lista de reproducción de la


memoria interna
7 Iniciar la búsqueda del título para memoria interna
18 Seleccionar la opción
8 Vea la información del contenido
Disminuir el brillo del panel de visualización 19 Configurar el modo de edición para USB y memoria
Pulse y mantenga pulsado el botón para usar esta interna
función.
Para cancelar, pulse y mantenga pulsado el botón 20 Explore la lista de reproducción de la memoria interna
nuevamente. Buscar pistas o álbumes

9 Control de operación de grabación Gire la perilla para buscar las pistas.


Pulse [ X/II ] para iniciar la reproducción de la
10 Configurar el temporizador de reproducción y de selección.
grabación
Pulse [ALBUM/TRACK] para seleccionar el álbum o
11 Configurar el reloj y el temporizador pista y luego gire la perilla para buscar.
Pulse [ X/II ] para iniciar la reproducción de la
selección.

21 Puerto USB ( )
Indicador de grabación USB

22 Sensor del control remoto


Sensor del control remoto
Distancia: a aproximadamente 7 m
Ángulo: aproximadamente 20° hacia arriba y hacia
abajo, 30° a la izquierda y derecha
7 Installation Instructions
7.1. Speaker and A/C Connection
Cómo realizar las conexiones
Conecte el cable de alimentación de ~ sólo después de haber hecho todas las demás conexiones.

Corriente alterna =
Para México:
ca ó Vca
Símbolo universal:

4 En este instructivo
nos referiremos a
la corriente
1a alterna como ∼

2 3
TO SB-MAX500

1b

1 Conecte los bafles.


Conecte los cables del bafle a las terminales del mismo color.

1a 1b
TO SB-MAX500
MID MID
LOW LOW HIGH LOW HIGH LOW
(8 ) (8 ) (5 ) (4 ) (5 ) (4 )

3 Conecte la antena de cuadro AM.


2 Conecte la antena interior FM.
Ponga la antena en posición vertical sobre su base
Coloque la antena donde la recepción sea la mejor. hasta que haga clic.

Cinta adhesiva

4 Conecte el cable de alimentación de ~

Al enchufe de
conexión a la
red de ~

No use un cable de alimentación de ~ de otro equipo.

Cómo ahorrar energía


El sistema consume aproximadamente 0.3 W cuando
está en modo de espera. Desconecte la fuente de
alimentación cuando no use el sistema.
Se perderán algunas configuraciones cuando
desconecte el sistema. Tendrá que configurarlas
nuevamente.
8 Service Mode
8.1. Cold-Start
Here is the procedure to carry out cold-start or initialize to shipping mode.
1. Unplug AC power cord
2. Press & hold [POWER] button
3. Plug AC power cord while [POWER] button being pressed
FL Display will show “_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _”
4. Release [POWER] button
8.2. Doctor Mode Table
8.2.1. Doctor Mode Table 1
Item Key Operation
FL Display
Mode Name Description Front Key

Doctor Mode To enter into Doctor Mode In CD Mode:


1. Press [ ] button on
main unit follow by [4]
and [7] on remote control.

2. To exit, press [DELETE]


button on remote control or,
press [POWER, /I] button on
Main Unit

EEPROM Displaying of In CD mode:


checksum 1. Year Develop. (Display 1) 1. Enter into Doctor Mode
check 2. Model Type.
3. ROM Type.
4. Firmware Version.

1 2 3 4 (Decimal)
Version No. (001 ~ 999) specific for each
firmware
8.2.2. Doctor Mode Table 2

Item Key Operation


FL Display
Mode Name Description Front Key

Volume Setting To check the volume setting of a main In Doctor Mode :


Check unit. 1. Press [7], [8], [9] button
on remote control.

Press [7]: VOL50


Press [8]: VOL35 Vo lume
Press [9]: VOL0

FL Display To check the FL segment display In Doctor mode :


Check All segment will light up while all LED 1. Press [1] button on
blink at 0.5s,intervals.(if any) remote control.

2. To cancel, press [0 ]
on remote control.

BRS11C Reliability To determine CD Mechanism BRS11C In Doctor Mode :


Test (Traverse) Access Inner & Outer disc operation. 1. Press [10] [1] [2] button
on remote control.
In this mode,ensure the CD is in the
main unit. The counter will
increment by one .
When reach 9999
will change to 0000
Cancellation Display
2. To cancel, press [0]
on remote control.
Note: Refer to Section 8.3 Fig 2. for
process flow .

BRS11C Reliability To determine CD Mechanism Unit In Doctor Mode :


Test (BRS11C) Open/Close & Access Inner & 1. Press [10] [1] [5] button
(Combination) Outer Disc Operation. on remote control.

In this mode,ensure the CD is in the


main unit. The counter will
increment by one .
When reach 9999
will change to 0000
Cancellation Display

2. To cancel, press [0]


Note: Refer to Section 8.3 Fig 3. for
on remote control .
process flow .

BRS11C Reliability To determine CD Mechanism Unit In Doctor Mode :


Test (Loading) (BRS11C) Open/Close operation. 1. Press [10] [2] [1] button
on remote control.
In this mode, the tray will open &
close.
The counter will
increment by one .
When reach 9999
will change to 0000
Cancellation Display
2. To cancel, press [0]
on remote control.
Note: Refer to Section 8.3 Fig 1 for
process flow .
8.2.3. Doctor Mode Table 3

Item Key Operation


FL Display
Mode Name Description Front Key
CD i. Function: To display result of In Doctor Mode:
Self- Adjustment self-adjustment for CD . 1. Press [10] [1] [4] button
(AJST) This is used for servicing on remote control .
Result Display and analysis.

Display of auto
adjustment result

Reference table:
ERROR Code
Status 0 1 2 4 6 8 A C E F
Condition

AOC1/AOC2 O O O O O O O O -
ABC2/ABC1 O - X O X O X O X -
2 nd AOC1 O - O X X O O X X -
FAGC/T AGC O - O O O X X X X -
AGC2 O - O O O O O O O

O: OK ;
X: NG (In case that time out happens.) 2. To cancel, press [0]
: Either one of FO AOC, TR AOC and on remote control .
FO coarse AGC is NG .
: If the AGC is NG (ignore others).

CD LSI For checking CD LSI Version and In Doctor Mode :


Ve rsion Check checksum information. 1. Press [4] button
on remote control .

Version (Decimal ) C hecksum (Hex)


2. To cancel, press [0]
on remote control .
(Display 1)

after
ROM Version 2 sec
(Display 2)

Year ROM Version (Decimal)


Develop Type
8.3. Reliability Test Mode (CD Mechanism Unit (BRS11C))
Below is the process flow chart of the aging test for the CD Mechanism Unit (BRS11C).

OPEN First Track


Operation Access

OPEN wait First Track


for 1 s Play 5 s

CLOSE Count up Last Track


Operation
Access

CLOSE wait Last Track Count up


for 4 s Play 5 s

Fig. 1. Reliability Test (Loading) Fig. 2. Reliability Test (Traverse)

First Track
Access

First Track
Play 10 s

Last Track
Access
Count up

Last Track
Play 10 s

Open
Operation

Open wait
for 1 s

CLOSE
Operation

Fig. 3. Reliability Test (Combination)


8.4. Self-Diagnostic Mode
Item Key Operation
FL Display
Mode Name Description Front Key
Self Diagnostic To enter into self diagnostic checking Step 1: Select CD mode
Mode (Ensure no disc is inserted).

Step 2: Press & hold [ ] button


follow by [ / ] on
main unit for 2 seconds.

Error code System will perform a check on any Example: Step 1: In self diagnostic mode,
information unusual/error code from the memory Press [ ] on main unit.

To exit, press [^/I] on main


unit or remote control.

Delete error To clear the stored in memory Step 1: In self diagnostic mode,
code (EEPROM IC) Press [0] on remote control.

To exit, press [^/I] on main


unit or remote control.

Cold Start To active cold start upon next AC In self diagnostic mode:
power up when reset start is 1. Press [3] button on
execute the next time. the remote control.

8.5. Self-Diagnostic Error Code Table


Self-Diagnostic Function (Refer Section 8.4. Self-Diagnostic Mode) provides information on any problems occurring for the unit and
its respective components by displaying the error codes. These error code such as U**, H** and F** are stored in memory and held
unless it is cleared.
The error code is automatically display after entering into self-diagnostic mode.

8.5.1. Power Supply Error Code Table


8.5.2. CD Mechanism Error Code Table (CD Mechanism Unit)

Error Code Diagnostic Contents Description of error Automatic FL Display Remarks

CD H15 CD Open Abnormal During operation Press [ ] on main unit for


POS_SW_R On fail to be next error.
detected with 4 sec. Error
No. shall be clear by force
or during cold start.

CD H16 CD Closing Abnormal During operation Press [ ] on main unit for


POS_SW_CEN On fail to next error.
be detected with 4 sec.
Error No. shall be clear by
force or during cold start.

F26 Communication between During switch to CD func- Press [ ] on main unit for
CD servo LSI and micro-p tion, if SENSE = “L” within next error.
abnormal. failsafe time of 20ms.

8.6. Sales Demonstration Lock Function


8.6.1. Entering into Sales demonstration lock mode

Here is the procedures to enter into the Sales demonstration lock mode.
Step 1: Turn on the unit.
Step 2: Select to any mode function.
Step 3: Press and hold [ OPEN/CLOSE] and [CD] keys for 5 sec or more.
The display will show upon entering into this mode for 2 sec..

Note: [ OPEN/CLOSE] button is invalid and the main unit displays “LOCKED” while the lock function mode is entered.

8.6.2. Cancellation of Sales demonstration lock mode

Step 1: Turn on the unit.


Step 2: Select to any mode function.
Step 3: Set volume to Vol 19.
Step 4: Press and hold [ OPEN/CLOSE] and [CD] keys for 5 sec or more.
The display will show upon entering into this mode for 2 sec..
9 Troubleshooting Guide
9.1. Part Location
9.1.1. SMPS P.C.B.

AC Inlet :
P5701

Fuse :
F1

SMPS Control IC :
IC5799 Photocoupler :
PC5702, PC5799
Switching Regulator IC :
IC5701 Thermistor : Sub Transformer :
TH5861 D5798
Sub Transformer :
T5751

Rectifier Diode :
D5801, D5802

Photocoupler :
PC5720

Connector :
Main Tr ansformer :
CN5802
T5701

Fig. 1 SMPS P.C.B.


9.1.2. Main P.C.B. (Front Side)

Regulator
Circuit
IC2014

Fig. 2 Main P.C.B. (Front Side)


Fig. 3 Main P.C.B. (Back Side)
9.1.3. D-AMP P.C.B.

Resistor Defective Resistor Defective Resistor Defective Resistor Defective


R5405 R5005 R5201 R5305
Resistor Defective Resistor Defective Resistor Defective Resistor Defective Resistor Defective
R5410 R5402 R5004 R5200 R5302

Resistor Defective Resistor Defective Resistor Defective


R5011 R5211 R5311
Resistor Defective
R5411 Resistor Defective Resistor Defective Resistor Defective
R5010 R5210 R5310
Audio Digital Audio Digital Audio Digital Audio Digital
Amp IC: IC5400 Amp IC: IC5000 Amp IC: IC5200 Amp IC: IC5300

Fig. 4 D-Amp P.C.B.


9.2. Troubleshooting Guide for F61 and/or F76
This section illustrates the checking procedures when upon detecting the error of “F61” and/or “F76” after power up of the unit. It is
for purpose of troubleshooting and checking in SMPS, Main & D-Amp P.C.B..

Symptom Checking Items Possible Fault(s) Remarks


Set cannot ON 1 AC Cord 1 AC Cord Faulty, Loose connection. Refer to
2 AC Inlet, P5701 2 P5701 solder crack, dry joint. Section 9.1.1
3 Fuse, F1 3 Fuse, F1 Open . Fig. 1. SMPS
4 Photocoupler 4 PC5702/PC5799 solder crack. P.C.B.
PC5702, PC5799 Dry joint, short circuit, open circuit.
5 Switching Regulator 5 IC5701 Faulty.
IC, IC5701
6 Main Transformer T57516a T5751 Fault y.
6b Switching Mode Power Supply Control IC (IC5799) faulty.
6c D5798 faulty.

Set can ON 1 Speaker Output 1 Faulty speaker unit, Loose connection, Short. Refer to
then F61 Section 9.1.2
2 D-AMP circuit 2a D-AMP IC, IC5700, IC5800, IC5000, IC5200, IC5300, IC5400 defective.
(Check DC voltage at speaker terminals, 3V and above defective)
2b DC Voltage ok but no sound, check DC Voltage at Pin 1. Fig. 3. Main P.C.B.
5V ok condition, 2.5V or 0V defective. and Section 9.1.3
2c 2a, 2b ok but no sound, check PWM waveform at Pin 10 and Pin 14 .
If no PWM, 24 resistors defective. Fig. 4. D-Amp
For IC5000 (R5004, R5005, R5010, R5011). P.C.B.
For IC5400 (R5402, R5405, R5410, R5411).
For IC5200 (R5200, R5201, R5210, R5211).
For IC5300 (R5302, R5305, R5310, R5311).

Set can ON 1 Main Transformer T57011a Short circuit between Pin 11 and Pin. 12 Refer to
then F76 1b Short circuit between Pin 13 and Pin 14 . Section 9.1.1
1c Short circuit between Pin 16 and Pin 17 . Fig. 1. SMPS
P.C.B.
2 Regulator Circuits 2aIC2010 faulty (No +9V output). Refer to
2b L2000 Open. Section 9.1.2
2c Q2022 faulty (No +5V output). Fig. 2. and Fig.3.
2d IC2014 faulty (No +3.3V output). Main P.C.B.
2e IC2011 faulty (No +5V output).
2f L2001 Open.

3 Photocoupler 3 PC5720 solder crack, Refer to


PC5720 Dry joint, short circuit, open circuit. Section 9.1.1
Fig. 1. SMPS P.C.B.
Set can ON 1 Rectifier Diode D5801 1a Improper contact between D5801 to Heatsink. Refer to Section
working normally Rectifier Diode D5802 Improper contact between D5802 to Heatsink. 9.1.1 Fig. 1. SMPS
for some time 2 Thermistor TH5860, 1b Set trigger temperature protection. P.C.B.
then F76 TH5861
9.3. D-Amp IC Operation & Control

(MAX500)
1170 ~ 1250 H 350
1260 ~ 1450 L 301
1460 ~ 1540 H 350
1550 ~ 1710 L 301

Table 4: F_HOP Control during 10 kHz Step

Note: During activating, the 3 control pins namely MUTE_F, MUTE_A and MODE_DA must
be used to cover the “Pop” sound cause by F-HOP switching.
Service Fixture & Tools
Prepare service tools before process service position.

Ref. No Service Tools Remarks


SFT1 Main P.C.B. (CN2007) - SMPS P.C.B. (CN5802) REX1552(15P Cable Wire)
10 Disassembly and Assembly Instructions
Caution Note:
s This section describes the disassembly and/or assembly procedures for all major printed circuit boards & main compo-
nents for the unit. (You may refer to the section of “Main components and P.C.B Locations” as described in the service
manual)
s Before carrying out the disassembly process, please ensure all the safety precautions & procedures are followed.
s During the disassembly and/or assembly process, please handle with care as there may be chassis components with
sharp edges.
s Avoid touching heatsinks due to its high temperature after prolong use. (See caution as described below)

s During disassembly and assembly, please ensure proper service tools, equipments or jigs is being used.
s During replacement of component parts, please refer to the section of “Replacement Parts List” as described in the ser-
vice manual.
s Select items from the following indexes when disassembly or replacement are required.
s Disassembly of Top Cabinet
s Disassembly of Front Panel Unit
s Disassembly of Mic P.C.B.
s Disassembly of Panel P.C.B.
s Disassembly of Memory LED P.C.B.
s Disassembly of Remote Sensor P.C.B.
s Disassembly of USB P.C.B.
s Disassembly of Music Port P.C.B.
s Disassembly of Top Bar LED P.C.B.
s Disassembly of Bottom Bar LED P.C.B.
s Disassembly of Main P.C.B.
s Replacement of Voltage Regulator (IC2010)
s Replacement of Voltage Regulator (IC2011)
s Disassembly of D-Amp P.C.B.
s Replacement of Audio Digital Amp (IC5400)
s Replacement of Audio Digital Amp (IC5000)
s Replacement of Audio Digital Amp (IC5200)
s Replacement of Audio Digital Amp (IC5300)
s Disassembly of SMPS P.C.B.
s Replacement of Switching Regulator IC (IC5701)
s Replacement of Rectifier Diode (D5702)
s Replacement of Rectifier Diode (D5801)
s Replacement of Rectifier Diode (D5802)
s Replacement of Rectifier Diode (D5803)
s Disassembly of CD Mechanism Unit (BRS11C)
s Disassembly of CD Interface P.C.B.
s Disassembly of CD Servo P.C.B.
s Disassembly of Rear Panel
10.2. Disassembly Flow Chart

10.4. Top Cabinet

10.5. Front Panel Unit 10.19. Main P.C.B. 10.21. SMPS P.C.B.

Voltage Regulator 10.22. Switching


10.14. Mic P.C.B.
IC (IC2010) Regulator IC (IC5701)

10.6. FL Display Voltage Regulator 10.23. Rectifier Diode


P.C.B. IC (IC2011) (D5702, D5801)

Memory LED Audio Digital 10.24. Rectifier Diode


P.C.B. Amp IC (IC5800) (D5802, D5803)

10.12. Remote Sensor Audio Digital


P.C.B. Amp IC (IC5700)

10.20. D-Amp P.C.B. 10.17. CD Mechanism


10.19. USB P.C.B.
Unit (BRS11C)

Music Port Audio Digital 10.25. CD Interface


P.C.B. Amp IC (IC5400) P.C.B.

10.10. Volume Audio Digital


LED P.C.B. CD Servo P.C.B.
Amp IC (IC5000)

Bottom Bar Audio Digital Rear Panel


LED P.C.B. Amp IC (IC5200)

10.8. Control Jog Audio Digital


P.C.B. Amp IC (IC5300)
10.3. Main Components and P.C.B. Locations

SMPS P.C.B.
10.4. Disassembly of Top Cabinet Step 5 Slightly lift up both side of Top Cabinet in an outward
direction as shown.
Step 1 Remove 3 screws.
Step 6 Remove the Top Cabinet.

Step 2 Remove 3 screws.

Caution: During assembling, ensure that the catches of the


Top Cabinet catches are properly located & inserted into
the Front Panel Unit as shown.

Step 3 Remove 5 screws.


Step 4 Slightly pull both side of Top Cabinet outwards as arrow
shown.
10.5. Disassembly of Front Panel Step 7 Remove the Front Panel Unit

Unit
Front Panel Unit
‡ Refer to “Disassembly of Top Cabinet”.

Step 1 Remove 1 screw at the SMPS P.C.B.

Step 4 Detach 30P FFC at the connector (CN2003) on Main


P.C.B..
Step 5 Detach 5P Wire at the connector (CN2700) on Main
P.C.B..

§
(Step 7)

CN2700
CN2003

Step 6 Release tabs at the bottom of the unit.


10.6. Disassembly of FL Display Caution: During assembling, ensure that the FL Display
P.C.B. is properly located and fully catched onto Front
P.C.B. Panel Unit.
s Refer to “Disassembly of Top Cabinet”.
s Refer to “Disassembly of Front Panel Unit”.

Step 1 Remove 6 screws.


Step 2 Release 4 catches.
Step 3 Lift up the FL Display P.C.B..

Step 4 Detach 30P FFC at a connector (CN6000) on the FL


Display P.C.B..

CN6000
10.8. Disassembly of Control P.C.B. Step 4 Remove 4 screws.
Step 5 From R part of P.C.B.
‡ Refer to “Disassembly of Top Cabinet”.
‡ Refer to “Disassembly of Front Panel Unit”.
‡ Refer to “Disassembly of FL Display P.C.B.”.

Step 1 Remove the Control Knob.

Step 2 Remove 2 screws.


Step 3 Remove the Side Cover.

Step 6 Release catches by following the sequences (1-3).


Step 7 Detach 12P Cable at a connector (CN6010) on the Con- 10.10. Disassembly of Volume P.C.B.
trol P.C.B.. ‡ Refer to “Disassembly of Top Cabinet”.
‡ Refer to “Disassembly of Front Panel Unit”.
‡ Refer to “Disassembly of FL Display P.C.B.”.
CN6010 ‡ Refer to “Disassembly of Control P.C.B.”.
ZJ6003

Step 1 Remove the Volume Knob.

Caution: During assembling, ensure that the Control P.C.B.


is properly located and fully catched onto the Front Panel
Unit.
Step 2 Remove 2 screws. Step 9 Release catches by following the sequences (1-4).
Step 3 Remove the Side Cover.

Step 4 Remove 5 screws.


Step 6 Detach 4P Cable at a connector (CN6005) on the LED
P.C.B..
Step 8 Detach 8P Cable at a connector (CN6002) on the Mic
P.C.B..

Caution: During assembling, ensure that the Volume P.C.B.


is properly located and fully catched onto the Front Panel
Unit.

CN6002 CN6005
10.11. Disassembly of Volume Jog 10.12. Disassembly of Remote Sensor
LED P.C.B. P.C.B.
‡ Refer to “Disassembly of Top Cabinet”. ‡ Refer to “Disassembly of Top Cabinet”.
‡ Refer to “Disassembly of Front Panel Unit”. ‡ Refer to “Disassembly of Front Panel Unit”.
‡ Refer to “Disassembly of FL Display P.C.B.”. ‡ Refer to “Disassembly of FL Display P.C.B.”.
‡ Refer to “Disassembly of Control P.C.B.”. ‡ Refer to “Disassembly of Control P.C.B.”.
‡ Refer to “Disassembly of Volume P.C.B.”. ‡ Refer to “Disassembly of Volume P.C.B.”.

Step 1 Lift up to remove the Volume Jog LED P.C.B.. Step 1 Remove the the Remote Sensor P.C.B..
Caution: During assembling, ensure that the Volume Jog Caution: During assembling, ensure that the Remote Sen-
LED P.C.B. is properly located & fully seated onto the Front sor P.C.B. is properly inserted & fully connected to the FL
Panel Unit. Display P.C.B..

CN6200

CN6001

10.13. Disassembly of USB P.C.B.


‡ Refer to “Disassembly of Top Cabinet”.
‡ Refer to “Disassembly of Front Panel Unit”.

Step 1 Remove 3 screws.


Step 2 Lift up to remove the USB P.C.B..
Caution: During assembling, ensure that the USB P.C.B. is
properly located & fully seated onto the Front Panel Unit.
10.14. Disassembly of Mic P.C.B. 10.15. Disassembly of LED P.C.B.
s Refer to “Disassembly of Top Cabinet”. s Refer to “Disassembly of Top Cabinet”.
s Refer to “Disassembly of Front Panel Unit”. s Refer to “Disassembly of Front Panel Unit”.

Step 1 Remove the Mic Knob. Step 1 Remove 2 screws.


Step 2 Detach 2P Cable at a connector (CN6005) on LED
P.C.B..

Step 2 Detach 8P Cable at a connector (CN6002) on the Mic


P.C.B..

CN6002
CN6005

Step 3 Release 2 catches.


Step 4 Remove LED P.C.B..
Caution: During assembling, ensure that the LED P.C.B. is
properly located and fully catched onto Lighting House.

Step 3 Remove 2 screws.


Step 4 Remove the Mic P.C.B..
Caution: During assembling, ensure that the Mic P.C.B. is
properly located & fully seated onto the Front Panel Unit.
10.16. Disassembly of CD Lid Step 2 Remove CD Lid as arrow shown.
Step 3 Remove CD Lid from the guide.
s Refer to “Disassembly of Top Cabinet”.
s Refer to “Disassembly of Front Panel Unit”.

Step 1 Remove the spring as arrow shown in order of


sequence (1) to (3).
Caution: During assembling, ensure that the spring is
assembly at correct position.

ZJ6300
10.17. Disassembly of Rear Panel Step 5 Release 2 tabs.
Step 6 Remove the Rear Panel.
s Refer to “Disassembly of Top Cabinet”.

Step 1 Remove 9 screws.

Step 3 Release catches on fans.


Step 4 Remove 2 fans.
10.18. Disassembly of CD Mecha- 10.19. Disassembly of Main P.C.B.
nism Unit s Refer to “Disassembly of Top Cabinet”.
s Refer to “Disassembly of Front Panel Unit”.
s Refer to “Disassembly of Top Cabinet”.
s Refer to “Disassembly of Rear Panel”.
s Refer to “Disassembly of Front Panel Unit”.
s Refer to “Disassembly of CD Mechanism Unit”.

Step 1 Remove 2 screws.


Step 1 Detach 2P Wire at the connector (CN2005) on the Main
P.C.B..
Step 3 Detach 2P Wire at the connector (CN2006) on the Main
P.C.B..
Step 4 Detach 13P Cable at the connector (CN5802) on the
SMPS P.C.B..
Step 5 Remove 2 screws.
Step 6 Lift up to remove the Main P.C.B..
Caution: During assembling, ensure that the Main P.C.B. is
properly located & fully seated onto the Inner Chassis Unit.

Step 2 Detach 10P FFC at the connector (FP8251) on the Main CN2005 CN2006
P.C.B.. Step 1 Step 3
Step 3 Detach 24P FFC at the connector (FP8201) on the Main
P.C.B..

SMPS P.C.B.

CN5802
Step 5
10.21. Disassembly of SMPS P.C.B.

s Refer to “Disassembly of Top Cabinet”.

Step 1 Remove 2 screws.

Step 2 Detach 15P Cable at a connector (CN5802) on the


SMPS P.C.B..
Step 3 Detach 2P Wire at a connector (CN2006) on the Main
P.C.B..
Step 4 Remove 1 screw.

CN5802

CN2006
Step 6 Remove 2 screws Step 8 Remove the SMPS P.C.B..
Step 7 Remove the Inner Fan Unit. Caution: During assembling, ensure that the SMPS P.C.B.
Caution: Keep the Fan Fixtures in safe place, place it back is properly located & fully seated onto the Inner Chassis
during assembling. Unit.
10.22. Replacement of Switching Reg- Step 3 Remove the Heatsink A with the Switching Regulator
(IC5701).AA
ulator (IC5701) Step 4 Remove 1 screw.
s Refer to “Disassembly of SMPS P.C.B.”. Step 5 Remove the Switching Regulator (IC5701) from the
Heatsink A.
10.22.1. Disassembly of Switching Regula- Caution: Avoid touching the Heatsink A due to its high
tor (IC5701) temperature after prolong use. Touching it may lead to
Step 1 Desolder pins of the Switching Regulator (IC5701) on injuries.
the solder side of the SMPS P.C.B.
Step 2 Desolder pins of the Heatsink A.
10.22.2. Assembly of Switching Regulator Step 4 Solder pins of the Switching Regulator (IC5701) on the
solder side of the SMPS P.C.B..
(IC5701)
Step 5 Solder pins of the Heatsink A on the solder side of the
Step 1 Apply grease to the Heatsink A.
SMPS P.C.B..
Step 2 Screw the Switching Regulator (IC5701) to the Heatsink
A.
Caution: Ensure the Switching Regulator (IC5701) is tightly
screwed to the Heatsink A.
Step 3 Fix the Heatsink A with the Switching Regulator
(IC5701) on the SMPS P.C.B. as shown.
Caution 1: Ensure the Heatsink A with the Switching Regu-
lator (IC5701) are properly inserted into the SMPS P.C.B..
10.23. Replacement of Rectifier Diode Step 3 Remove 1 screw at Rectifier Diode (D5702).
Step 4 Remove the Rectifier Diode (D5702) from the SMPS
(D5702) P.C.B..
s Refer to “Disassembly of SMPS P.C.B.”. Caution: Avoid touching the Heatsink B due to its high
temperature after prolonged use. Touching it may lead to
10.23.1. Disassembly of Rectifier Diode injuries.
(D5702)
Step 1 Desolder pins of the Rectifier Diode (D5702) and
(D5802) on the solder side of the SMPS P.C.B..
Step 2 Desolder pins of the Heatsink B.

10.23.2. Assembly of Rectifier Diode


(D5801)
Step 1 Apply grease to the Heatsink B.
Step 2 Screw the Rectifier Diode (D5702) to the Heatsink B.
Caution: Ensure the Rectifier Diode (D5702) is tightly
screwed to the Heatsink B.
Step 3 Fix the Heatsink B with Rectifier Diode (D5801) on the
SMPS P.C.B..
Caution: Ensure the Heatsink A with Rectifier Diode
(D5702) are properly inserted into the SMPS P.C.B..
Step 4 Screw the Switching Regulator IC (IC5701) to the Heat-
sink A.
Caution: Ensure that the Switching Regulator IC (IC5701) is
tightly screwed to the Heatsink A.
Step 4 Solder pins of the Rectifier Diode (D5702) on the solder 10.24. Replacement of Rectifier Diode
side of the SMPS P.C.B..
Step 5 Solder pins of the Heatsink A on the solder side of the (D5801)
SMPS P.C.B.. ‡ Refer to “Disassembly of SMPS P.C.B.”.

10.24.1. Disassembly of Rectifier Diode


(D5801)
Step 1 Desolder pins of the Rectifier Diode (D5801) on the sol-
der side of the SMPS P.C.B..
Step 2 Desolder pins of the Heatsink B.
Step 3 Remove 1 screw at Rectifier Diode (D5801). Step 4 Solder pins of the Rectifier Diode (D5801) on the solder
Step 4 Remove the Rectifier Diode (D5801) from the SMPS side of the SMPS P.C.B..
P.C.B.. Step 5 Solder pins of the Heatsink B.
Caution: Avoid touching the Heatsink B due to its high
temperature after prolonged use. Touching it may lead to
injuries.

10.24.2. Assembly of Rectifier Diode


(D5801)
Step 1 Apply grease to the Heatsink B.
Step 2 Screw the Rectifier Diode (D5801) to the Heatsink B.
Caution: Ensure the Rectifier Diode (D5801) is tightly
screwed to the Heatsink B.
Step 3 Fix the Heatsink B with Rectifier Diode (D5801) on the
SMPS P.C.B..
Caution: Ensure pins of the Rectifier Diode (D5801) are
properly inserted into the SMPS P.C.B..

10.25. Disassembly of CD Interface P.C.B.


‡ Refer to “Disassembly of Top Cabinet”.
‡ Refer to “Disassembly of Front Panel Unit”.
‡ Refer to “Disassembly of CD Mechanism Unit
(BRS11C)”.
Step 1 Remove 3 screws.
Step 2 Desolder pins of the motor (M7301).
Step 3 Desolder pins of the motor (M7302).
Replacement of Rectifier Diode Step 3 Remove 1 screw at Rectifier Diode (D5802).
Step 4 Remove the Rectifier Diode (D5802) from the SMPS
(D5802) P.C.B..
‡ Refer to “Disassembly of SMPS P.C.B.”. Caution: Avoid touching the Heatsink B due to its high
temperature after prolong use. Touching it may lead to
Disassembly of Rectifier Diode injuries.
(D5802)
Step 1 Desolder pins of the Rectifier Diode (D5802) on the sol-
der side of the SMPS P.C.B.
Step 2 Desolder pins of the Heatsink B.

Assembly of Rectifier Diode


(D5802)
Step 1 Apply grease to the Heatsink B.
Step 2 Screw the Rectifier Diode (D5802) to the Heatsink B.
Caution: Ensure the Rectifier Diode (D5802) is tightly
screwed to the Heatsink B.
Step 3 Fix the Heatsink B with Rectifier Diode (D5802) on the
SMPS P.C.B..
Caution: Ensure pins of the Rectifier Diode (D5802) are
properly inserted into the SMPS P.C.B..
Step 4 Solder pins of the Rectifier Diode (D5802) on the solder Replacement of Regulator
side of SMPS P.C.B..
Step 5 Solder pins of the Heatsink B.. Diode (D5803)
‡ Refer to “Disassembly of SMPS P.C.B.”.

Disassembly of Rectifier Diode


(D5803)
Step 1 Desolder pins of the Rectifier Diode (D5803) on the sol-
der side of SMPS P.C.B..
Step 2 Desolder pins of the Heatsink B.
Step 3 Remove 1 screw at Rectifier Diode (D5803). Step 4 Solder pins of the Rectifier Diode (D5803) on the solder
Step 4 Remove the Rectifier Diode (D5803) from SMPS P.C.B.. side of the SMPS P.C.B.
Caution: Avoid touching the Heatsink B due to its high Step 5 Solder pins of the Heatsink B..
temperature after prolonged use. Touching it may lead to
injuries.

Assembly of Rectifier Diode


(D5803)
Step 1 Apply grease to the Heatsink B.
Step 2 Screw the Rectifier diode (D5803) to the Heatsink B.
Caution: Ensure the Rectifier Diode (D5803) is tightly
screwed to the Heatsink B.
Step 3 Fix the Heatsink B with Rectifier Diode (D5803) on
SMPS P.C.B.
Caution: Ensure pins of the Rectifier Diode (D5803) are
properly inserted into the SMPS P.C.B..
11 Service Position
Note: For description of the disassembly procedures, see
the Section 10.

11.1. Checking and Repairing of FL


Step 13 Attach 8P Cable at a connector (CN6002) on the Mic
Display P.C.B., Control P.C.B., P.C.B..
Volume P.C.B., Mic P.C.B. and Step 14 Attach 12P Cable at a connector (CN6010) on the
Control P.C.B..
USB P.C.B. Step 15 Attach 30P FFC at a connector (CN6000) on the FL
Step 1 Remove Top Cabinet. Display P.C.B..
Step 2 Remove Front Panel Unit.
Step 17 FL Display P.C.B., Control P.C.B., Volume P.C.B., Mic
Step 3 Remove FL Display P.C.B..
P.C.B. and USB P.C.B. can be checked and repaired as dia-
Step 4 Remove Illumination Button P.C.B..
gram shown.
Step 5 Remove Control P.C.B..
Step 6 Remove Volume P.C.B..
Step 7 Remove USB P.C.B..
Step 8 Remove Mic P.C.B..
Step 10 Attach 11P Cable at a connector (CN2700) on the
Main P.C.B.. CN6010
Step 11 Attach 30P FFC at a connector (CN2003) on the Main
P.C.B..

CN2700
CN2003 Step 10
Step 11

CN6010
CN6002
11.2. Checking and Repairing of
Main P.C.B. (Side B) Step 13 Attach 11P Cable at a connector (CN2700) on the
Step 1 Remove Top Cabinet. Main P.C.B..
Step 2 Remove Front Panel Unit. Step 14 Attach 30P FFC at a connector (CN2003) on the Main
Step 3 Remove Rear Panel. P.C.B..
Step 4 Remove CD Mechanism Unit. Step 16 Side B Main P.C.B. can be checked and repaired as
Step 5 Remove Main P.C.B.. diagram shown.
Step 6 Attach 24P FFC at the connector (FP8201) on the Main
P.C.B..
Step 7 Attach 10P FFC at the connector (FP8251) on the Main
P.C.B..
Step 8 Attach 13P Cable at the connector (CN5802) on the
SMPS P.C.B..
Step 9 Attach 2P Wire at the connector (CN2006) on the Main
P.C.B...
Step 10 Attach 2P Wire at the connector (CN2005) on the Main
P.C.B..

FP8201
FP8251

CN5802

CN2005
11.3. Checking and Repairing of
Main P.C.B. (Side A) Step 14 Attach Cable at a connector (CN2700) on the
Step 1 Remove Top Cabinet. Main P.C.B..
Step 2 Remove Front Panel Unit. Step 15 Attach 30P FFC at a connector (CN2003) on the Main
Step 3 Remove Rear Panel. P.C.B..
Step 4 Remove CD Mechanism Unit. Step 17 Side A Main P.C.B. can be checked and repaired as
Step 5 Remove Main P.C.B.. diagram shown.
Step 6 Attach 24P FFC at the connector (FP8201) on the Main
P.C.B..
Step 7 Attach 10P FFC at the connector (FP8251) on the Main
P.C.B..
CN2003
Step 8 Attach 13P Cable at the connector (CN5801) on the
SMPS P.C.B..
Step 9 Attach 2P Wire at the connector (CN2006) on the Main
P.C.B...
CN2700
Step 10 Attach 2P Wire at the connector (CN2005) on the Main
P.C.B..

FP8251 FP8201

CN5801

CN2005

Flip the Main P.C.B..


11.4. Checking and Repairing of
SMPS P.C.B.
Step 1 Remove Top Cabinet.
Step 2 Remove SMPS P.C.B..
Step 3 Attach 13P Cable at the connector (CN5802) on the
SMPS P.C.B..

Step 4 Flip the SMPS P.C.B..


Step 5 Attach 2P Wire at the connector (CN2006) on the Main
P.C.B..
Step 6 SMPS P.C.B. can be checked and repaired as diagram
shown.
12 Block Diagram
12.1. Servo & System Control
: CD AUDIO INPUT SIGNAL LINE : AUDIO OUTPUT SIGNAL LINE : USB SIGNAL LINE

CD SERVO P.C.B. MAIN P.C.B. USB P.C.B.


IC8001
IC8051 MN6627992AB CN6301
C3ABPG000163 SERVO USB PORT
64M SDRAM PROCESSOR
VBUS 1 VBUS

USBDM1 123
D- FP8101 CN2009 D- D- CN2700 ZJ6300* D-
2 D-
TC - 1 29 2 2 2
A0 ~ A11
USBDP1 125
D+ FP8101 CN2009 D+ D+ CN2700 ZJ6300* D+
3 D+
28 3 3 3

Q2019 D6300
TC - 2 IC2003
D0 ~ D7 *MN101EF16KXW 5V SWITCH
D5V CN2700 ZJ6300* D5V
5 5
MICROPROCESSOR
QR2004

IC8401 15 XI USB REC LED 79 LED DRIVE


C3FBMY000303 X2000
16M FLASH 16 XO
MEMORY
13 XTIN
X2001
TO SERVO & SYSTEM CONTROL
SCLK 6
SI 5
33 CLKSF
BLOCK (2/2)
34 IO0SF 12 XTOUT
SO 2 30 IO1SF

EN
IC8501
EN 71 EN
C3FBYY000034 PCONT
PCONT 26 PCONT
4GB NAND IC2006
FLASH MEMORY C3EBEY000037 SMPS BP 31
SMPS BP
SMPS BP

DAT 0 11 38 MS D D A T 0
EEPROM SYNC 27
SYNC
SYNC
FROM/TO
DAT1 12 37 MSDDAT1
POWER SUPPLY
SCL 6 36 EE CLK OC
DAT 2 13 40 MS D D A T 2 OC 70 OC
DAT 3 24 39 MS D D A T 3
CD MECHANISM UNIT SDA 5 34 EE DATA
TEMP DET 97
TEMP DET
TEMP DET
BRS11C DCDET2 28
DC DET PWR
DC DET PWR
90 XI1 19 NRST

OPTICAL X8101 Q2011


PICKUP UNIT 89 XO1 SW LV1
3.3V RESET SW LVL1 51 SW LV1
FP8201 SW LV2
16
60 A
D2008 SW LVL2 52 SW LV2
FP8201 SW MUTE
15
58 B SW MUTE 5 SW MUTE
FP8201 CLIP ATTN
20
59 C CLIP ATTN 1 CLIP ATTN
CD TRACKING SIGNAL
FP8201 BASS CTR
57 D BASS CTR 45 BASS CTR
19
P33 135
AMUTE FP8101 CN2009 AMUTE
78 AMUTE
FP8201 27 4 MUSIC CTR
55 E MUSIC CTR 46 MUSIC CTR
14
SCL5 112
USB IN FP8101 CN2009 USB IN
62 USB IN
FP8201 23 8 BASS SHIFT
56 F BASS SHIFT 80 BASS SHIFT
10
SREQ/BLKCK 113
CD BLKCK FP8101 CN2009 CD BLKCK
64 CD BLKCK
24 7 F HOP
F HOP1 42 F HOP
FP8201 MD/LPD SO/STAT 106
CD STAT FP8101 CN2009 CD STAT
73 CD STAT
61 PD 21 10 MODE DA
5 MODE DA 44 MODE DA
FP8201 CD-LD SI/MDATA 107
CD MDATA FP8101 CN2009 CD MDATA
72 CD MDATA
6 22 9 MUTE F
MUTE F 41 MUTE F
MCLK 108
CD MCLK FP8101 CN2009 CD MCLK
74 CD MCLK
Q8201 26 5 FROM/TO
ASP CLK
ASP CLK 3 ASP CLK AUDIO
IRQ1A/MLD 105
CD MLD FP8101 CN2009 CD MLD
65 CD MLD
LASER DRIVE 62 LD 25 6 TU SCLK
TU CLK 23 TU SCLK
NRST 104
CD RESET FP8101 CN2009 CD RESET
61 CD RESET
20 11 TU RST
IC8251 TU RST 24 TU RST
3.3V C0GBY0000117
5CH MOTOR DRIVER ASP DATA 2
ASP DATA
ASP DATA
TU SDA
FP8201 F+ TU SDA 22 TU SDA
14 VOFC+
23
VINFC 1 48 FOP TU INT
FP8201 F- TU INT 25 TU INT
13 VOFC- CD LOUT FP8101 CN2009 CD LOUT
24 AOUT1L 94
13 18
CD L
LVL MTR
FP8201 T+ LVL MTR 96 LVL MTR
16 VOTK- AOUT1R 95
CD ROUT FP8101 CN2009 CD ROUT
CD R
22 15 16
VINTK 26 49 TRP CLIP SENSOR
FP8201 T- FROM/TO CLIP SENSOR 93 CLIP SENSOR
15 VOTK+
21 AUDIO AUTO BASS
LCH IN FP8101 CN2009 LCH IN AUTO BASS 94 AUTO BASS
AINL 2
17 14
LCH IN
SRDATAIN 114 9 SDTO MPORT SW
RCH IN FP8101 CN2009 RCH IN M.PORT SW 7 MPORT SW
AINR 1
19 12
RCH IN
DC DET AMP
AUDIOCLK 118 11 MCLK DCDET1 43 DC DET AMP
M7302*
SPINDLEMOTOR P85 139 13 PDN
+ SPM- CN7002 FP8251 SPM+
17 VOLD+
9 2 P31 137 10 LRCK
VINLD 23 50 SPOUT
SPM+ CN7002 FP8251 SPM-
18 VOLD-
P32 136 12 SCLK
10 1
TRV+ CN7002 FP8251 TRV+ 12 VOSL- IC8301
1 10
CN7002 FP8251
VINSL 4 51 TRVP
C0FBAK000026
FAN UNIT (REAR)
+ TRV- TRV- 11 VOSL+
2 9 DIGITAL AUDIO
M7301* P30 A/D CONVERTER
LOADING P.C.B. TRAVERSE MOTOR
134
POSITIVE CN2005 +
2
CN7001 LDM+ LDM+ CN7002 FP8251 LDM+
10 VOTR+ REV 7
LD CCW FP8101 CN2009 LD CCW
59 LOAD CCW NEGATIVE CN2005 -
5 3 8 4 27 1
CN7001 LDM- LDM- CN7002 FP8251 LDM-
9 VOTR- FWD 6
LD CW FP8101 CN2009 LD CW
60 LOAD CW
4 4 7 5 26 FAN
16V CONTROL
CIRCUIT

S7201 POSITIVE CN2006 +


RESET FAN OUT 2
REST SW CN7002 FP8251 REST SW CD INNER SW FP8101 CN2009 CD INNER SW
58 CD RESET SW FAN OUT1 20
7 4 3 28 NEGATIVE CN2006 -
1
QR2006
CN7001 OPEN SW OPEN SW CN7002 FP8251 OPEN SW CD OPEN SW FP8101 CN2009 CD OPEN SW
57 CD OPEN SW IC2012
3 5 6 2 29
FAN OUT2 21 SWITCH C0ABBB000067
CN7001 CLOSE SW CLOSE SW CN7002 FP8251 CLOSE SW CD CLOSE SW FP8101 CN2009 CD CLOSE SW
56 CLOSE SW DUAL OP-AMP FAN UNIT (INNER)
1 8 3 1 30
Q2024,Q2025,Q2031,Q2033
Q2002,Q2003,Q2020,Q2021

CD INTERFACE P.C.B.

NOTE: “ * ” REF IS FOR INDICATION ONLY SA-MAX500 SERVO & SYSTEM CONTROL (1/2) BLOCK DIAGRAM
: CD AUDIO INPUT SIGNAL LINE : AUDIO OUTPUT SIGNAL LINE : USB SIGNAL LINE

MAIN P.C.B.

IC2003
*MN101EF16KXW
MICROPROCESSOR

REMOTE SENSOR P.C.B.

IR6200
REMOTE CONTROL
SENSOR

TO SERVO & SYSTEM CONTROL RMT 86


RMT CN2003 CN6000 CN6001 CN6200 3.3V
11 17 3,4 3,4
BLOCK (1/2)

IC6000 PANEL P.C.B. TOP BAR LED P.C.B.


C0HBB0000057
FL DISPLAY FL6000
D6600,D6601,D6602
DRIVER FL DISPLAY
PW +2.4V CN6004 ZJ6600* PW +2.4V
FL DOUT CN2003 CN6000 FL DOUT 2 2
FL DATA 82 7 DIN F- 44 F-
14 14
FL CS CN2003 CN6000 FL CS
9 STB
SG1 ~ SG16
FL CS 83
13 15 GR1 ~ GR12
CN2003 CN6000
FL CLK 84
FLCLK
12 16
FLCLK
8 CLK F+ 1 F+ BOTTOM BAR LED P.C.B.
P2 3

P3 4 D6700,D6701,D6702
P0
PW +2.4V CN6005 ZJ6700* PW +2.4V
1
2 2

QR6003 Q6002

LED DRIVE LED DRIVE


MEMORY LED P.C.B.
LED DIMMER CN2003 CN6000 LED DIMMER
LED DIMMER 38 D6800
4 24

D6001,D6002 LED CA CN6006 ZJ6800* LED CA


QR6001 D6003,D6004 1 1

LED DRIVE 5V

LED AN CN6006 ZJ6800* LED AN


2 2

VOL JOG A 9
J VOLA CN2003 CN6000 J VOLA
18 10 VR6000
CN2003 CN6000 VOLUME
VOL JOG B 10
J VOLB
17 11
J VOLB
MAIN P.C.B. SPEAKERS

J ROTA CN2003 CN6000 J ROTA


SB-MAX500
ROTARY JOGA 33
15 13 VR6001
J ROTB CN2003 CN6000 J ROTB ALBUM/TRACK SUBW LED SUPPLY CN6000 CN2003 SUBW LED CN2001
ROTARY JOGB 32
16 12 22 6 1

SB-MAX500
SUBW LED CN2008
1

SB-MAX500
SUBW LED CN2000
1

SB-MAX500
SUBW LED CN2010
1

S6012 S6013
S6002 S6007 S6011 MEMORY USB S6016 S6010 S6009 S6015
POWER D.BASS SUPER WOOFER REC/PAUSE REC/PAUSE MANUAL EQ REWIND FORWARD OPEN/CLOSE

KEY 2 98
KEY2 CN2003 CN6000 KEY2
9 19

S6008
S6014 S6003 S6006 S6005 S6000 S6004 LATIN S6001
ALBUM/TRACK MEMORY USB CD RADIO/EXT-IN PLAY/PAUSE PRESET EQ STOP

KEY1 CN2003 CN6000 KEY1


KEY 1 99
10 18
MIC SW FROM AUDIO

NOTE: “ * ” REF IS FOR INDICATION ONLY SA-MAX500 SERVO & SYSTEM CONTROL (2/2) BLOCK DIAGRAM
12.2. IC Terminal Chart

IC8051 IC8001
TC 64M SDRAM SIGNAL NAME SERVO PROCESSOR
PORT NAME PIN NO PIN NO PORT NAME
A0 23 A0 14 A0

A1 24 A1 15 A1

A2 25 A2 16 A2

A3 26 A3 17 A3

A4 29 A4 20 A4

A5 30 A5 21 A5
1
A6 31 A6 22 A6

A7 32 A7 23 A7

A8 33 A8 24 A8

A9 34 A9 25 A9

A10 22 A10 13 A10

A11 35 A11 26 A11

IC8051 IC8001
TC 64M SDRAM SIGNAL NAME SERVO PROCESSOR
PORT NAME PIN NO PIN NO PORT NAME
DQ0 / DQ15 2 / 53 D0 142 D0

DQ1 / DQ14 4 / 51 D1 143 D1

DQ2 / DQ13 5 / 50 D2 144 D2

DQ3 / DQ12 7 / 48 D3 2 D3
2
DQ4 / DQ11 8 / 47 D4 3 D4

DQ5 / DQ10 10 / 45 D5 4 D5

DQ6 / DQ9 11 / 44 D6 5 D6

DQ7 / DQ8 13 / 42 D7 6 D7

SA-MAX500 IC TERMINAL CHART


12.3. Audio
: CD AUDIO INPUT SIGNAL LINE : AUX/TUNER/MUSIC PORT/MIC AUDIO INPUT SIGNAL LINE : AUDIO OUTPUT SIGNAL LINE : AM SIGNAL LINE : FM SIGNAL LINE

MAIN P.C.B.

IC2000
C1AB00003256
ASP
JK2000

L AUX L
2 38 IN3B

AUX IN R
3
AUX R
2 IN3A

IC52
C1AB00003566 Q2050 SURR R
7
JK51 AM/FM TO
RADIO RECEIVER SERVO & SYSTEM CONTROL CLIP SENSOR CLIP SENSOR CLIP SENSOR
CIRCUIT
SURR L
6

FM ANT 2 FMI LOUT 14 37 IN2B

ROUT 13 3 IN2A
IC2001
9 RCLK C0ABBB000067
IC2005
X51 SDIO 8 C0AABB000125 DUAL OP-AMP
17 DCLK Q2028,Q2029
JK52 L52
SCLK 7
DUAL OP-AMP Q2030,Q2032

2 3 4 4 AMI FR R TWEETER
RST 5 5

AM ANT 2
GCGPIO2 18 OUTB 22 FRONT FR R WOOFER
4
HIGH & LOW
1 1 6 DUAL AMPLIFIER FR L WOOFER
OUTA 17 PRE-AMP CIRCUIT 3
&
SUPER WOOFER FR L TWEETER
SW LV1 CIRCUIT 2
SW LV1
TU INT TU INT FROM SW LV2
SERVO & SYSTEM CONTROL SW LV2
TU RST SUBWOOFER
TU RST SW MUTE SW MUTE 1
TU SCLK
TU SCLK
TU SDA
TU SDA IC2004
FROM/TO ASP DATA
C0ABBB000067
SERVO & SYSTEM CONTROL ASP DATA 19 SDA
CLIP ATTN DUAL OP-AMP
CLIP ATTN
ASP CLK Q2004,Q2005,Q2006
ASP CLK 20 SCL Q2008,Q2009,Q2010
Q2001
CD L
CD L 44 IN6B
EXTSENSE 24 SWITCH
CD R
CD R 47 IN6A

MPORT SW TO AUDIO
MPORT SW
BLOCK (2/2)
BPF1 13
Q2037

BPF2 14 SWITCH
BPF3 15
Q2041

VOLINA 7 SWITCH

PANEL P.C.B.
Q2040

JK6401 MUSIC PORT P.C.B. VOLINB 33 SWITCH

MPORT SW ZJ6401* ZJ6002* CN6000 CN2003 MPORT SW Q2042


4
1 1 9 19
R MPORT R ZJ6401* ZJ6002* CN6000 CN2003 MPORT R SWITCH
BASS SHIFT
BASS SHIFT FROM/TO
3 50 IN5A
4 4 6 22 SERVO & SYSTEM CONTROL
MUSIC PORT L
2 MPORT L ZJ6401* ZJ6002* CN6000 CN2003 MPORT L
42 IN5B
2 2 8 20

1
LCH IN
RECOUTA 6 LCH IN
6
RCH IN
RECOUTB 34 RCH IN
7

MONOUTA MONOUTB
5 35

MIC P.C.B.
JK6500 Q2038,Q2039
5
AUTO BASS AUTO BASS
AUTO BASS
CIRCUIT
4 IC6500
C1AB00003130
MIC AMPLIFIER
3

MIC 2
LVL MTR
LVL MTR
MIC MIC ZJ6500* ZJ6003* CN6000 CN2003 MIC MIC MIXING LEVEL METER BASS CTR
1
CIRCUIT BASS CTR
3 3 4 24 AMP CIRCUIT CIRCUIT
MUSIC CTR
6 MUSIC CTR

7
IC2002 QR2001,Q2000,Q2007
VR6500
MIC VOLUME C0ABBB000067 Q2016,Q2017,Q2026
BUFFER AMP

TO
MIC SW ZJ6500* ZJ6003* MIC SW SERVO &
2 2
MIC SW
SYSTEM CONTROL

NOTE: “ * ” REF IS FOR INDICATION ONLY SA-MAX500 AUDIO (1/2) BLOCK DIAGRAM
: CD AUDIO INPUT SIGNAL LINE : AUX/TUNER/MUSIC PORT/MIC AUDIO INPUT SIGNAL LINE : AUDIO OUTPUT SIGNAL LINE : AM SIGNAL LINE : FM SIGNAL LINE

MAIN P.C.B.

IC5800
C1BA00000497
AUDIO DIGITAL
AMPLIFIER SPEAKERS
FR L TWEETER
2 2 IN1+ BOOT1 9

3
FR L WOOFER
21 IN2- OUT1 10
JK5601 +
5 FRONT(LEFT)
JK5601
6
- HIGH

Q5600,Q5601,Q5602 1 OSC BOOT2 15

MUTE F
MUTE F MODE JK5601
MODE DA
MOD DA
SELECTION
CIRCUIT
23 MODE OUT2 14
8
- FRONT(LEFT)
JK5601 + MID LOW
7
Q5603,Q5604

DC DET AMP
SPEAKER
FROM/TO DC DET AMP PROTECTION
SERVO & SYSTEM CONTROL SWITCH

23 MODE OUT1 10
JK5601 +
1 FRONT(RIGHT)
JK5601
F HOP
CLOCK
GENERATOR 2
- HIGH
F HOP 1 OSC BOOT1 9
CIRCUIT

IC5600
C0JBAB000902
HEX INVERTER
X5601,X5602
FR R TWEETER JK5601
5 2 IN1+ OUT2 14
4
- FRONT(RIGHT)
JK5601 + MID LOW
FR R WOOFER 3
4 21 IN2- BOOT2 15

IC5700
C1BA00000497
AUDIO DIGITAL
TO AUDIO AMPLIFIER
BLOCK (1/2)

IC5400 D-AMP P.C.B.


C1BA00000497
AUDIO DIGITAL
AMPLIFIER
SURR L SURROUND L CN2004 CN5050 SURROUND L
6 9 9
2 IN1+ BOOT1 9

SURR R SURROUND R CN2004 CN5050 SURROUND R JK5001 +


7 21 IN2- OUT1 10
7 11 4 (SB-MAX500)
JK5001
3
- (LEFT)
Q5601,Q5603,Q5604
MOD DA CN2004 CN5050 MOD DA
17 1 MODE
SELECTION 23 MODE BOOT2 15
MUTE F CN2004 CN5050 MUTE F CIRCUIT
13 5
JK5001
1 OSC OUT2 14
1
-
(SB-MAX500)
JK5001 + (RIGHT)
2
Q5101,Q5102

DC DET CN2004 CN5050 DC DET


SPEAKER
16 2
PROTECTION
SWITCH

CLOCK 1 OSC OUT1 10


FHOP CN2004 CN5050 FHOP
GENERATOR
14 4
CIRCUIT
23 MODE BOOT1 9

IC5500
C0JBAB000902
HEX INVERTER
X5500,X5501

SUBWOOFER 2 CN2004 CN5050 SUBWOOFER 2


2 IN1+ OUT2 14
3 15

SUBWOOFER 1 CN2004 CN5050 SUBWOOFER 1


21 IN2- BOOT2 15
1 17

IC5000
C1BA00000497
AUDIO DIGITAL
AMPLIFIER

SA-MAX500 AUDIO (2/2) BLOCK DIAGRAM


12.4. Power Supply

IC5799 SMPS P.C.B. MAIN P.C.B.


MIP2F20MSSCF
SWITCHING MODE POWER T5751
SUPPLY CONTROL SUB
CL 3 TRANSFORMER
D5795 D5798
VCC 4 6 8

5
D5896
SYS3.3V CN5802 CN2007 SYS3.3V SYS3.3V
7
8 8
2
2

10
1

D5793

D 5 3
IC5899
C0DAEYY00040
SHUNT
PC5799 REGULATOR
FEEDBACK TO POWER SUPPLY
BLOCK (2/2)
FB 2 3 2 K C R R

VDD 1 4 1

PC5702 SYNC CN5802 CN2007 SYNC SYNC


7 7
SYNC
SYNC

P5701 1 4
AC INLET L5701 Q5898
F1 D5730
3 4 2 3 SYNC SWITCH

2 1
DZ5701
PCONT CN5802 CN2007 PCONT PCONT
14 14
PCONT

PC5701
FEEDBACK QR5810

3 2
PCONT
SWITCH Q2035
D5701 FROM/TO
VOLTAGE SELECTOR P.C.B. AM SERVO & SYSTEM CONTROL
SMPS BP
4 1 QR5801 BEATPROOF SMPS BP
CIRCUIT
TL5* TL7* SWITCH
BLK BLK

T5701
S5701
VOLT ADJ MAIN Q5860,Q5861,Q5862
TH5860 DCDET2 CN5802 CN2007 DCDET2 DC DET PWR
TRANSFORMER TRANSFORMER 10 10
DC DET PWR
TEMPERATURE
DETECT
5 16
TL6* TL8* 4
RED RED QR5802
DC DET PWR
Q5721 DC DETECT 3

SWITCH
6
D5803
DC16V CN5802 CN2007 DC16V PW +16V
D5702 17
13 13
1
IC5701 D5726
C1ZBZ0004646
8
SWITCHING
REGULATOR 7
13
D5729 D5721
VCC 2
D5804
Q5720 D5802
D5724,D5727 D5731
OCP/BD 5 VOLTAGE 2 +35V SENSE CN5802 CN2007 +35V SENSE +35V SENSE ZJ2001* ZJ5000* +35V SENSE +35V SENSE
REGULATOR 14
5,6 5,6 5,6 5,6
35V

D5723 D5722
-35V SENSE CN5802 CN2007 -35V SENSE -35V SENSE ZJ2001* ZJ5000* -35V SENSE -35V SENSE
11
1,2 1,2 1,2 1,2
-35V

D5728
1 12 D5801
Q5700 Q5722
CURRENT
DRIVE 8 SWITCH LIMITING
SWITCH +35V SENSE CN5801 ZJ5500* +35V SENSE +35V SENSE
35V
PC5720 5,6 5,6
FEEDBACK -35V SENSE CN5801 ZJ5500* -35V SENSE -35V SENSE
1,2 1,2
-35V
4 1
IC5801
D5725
C0DAZYY00039
FB 4 3 2 FEEDBACK
CIRCUIT
SHUNT D-AMP P.C.B.
REGULATOR

TEMP DET CN5802 CN2007 TEMP DET TEMP DET FROM


9 9
TEMP DET
SERVO & SYSTEM CONTROL
TH5861

PRIMARY SECONDARY

NOTE: “ * ” REF IS FOR INDICATION ONLY SA-MAX500 POWER SUPPLY (1/2) BLOCK DIAGRAM
13 Wiring Connection Diagram
E USB P.C.B. H CD INTERFACE P.C.B.
(SOLDER SIDE) (SOLDER SIDE)
FP8251
USB PORT PbF 1
2 10 9

CN5801
M SMPS P.C.B. M7302*
(SOLDER SIDE) CN6301 (SPINDLE 1
6 9 2
MOTOR) 1
4 1 10
T5701
(MAIN TRANSFORMER) 2 FP8201
1 ZJ6300* 24
1 2 4 5 6 7 8 23
5 1
PbF

CN7002
A CD SERVO P.C.B.
2 1 910 TO OPTICAL PICKUP UNIT 1 2 (SIDE B)
(CD MECHANISM UNIT
9 BRS11C)
16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 10 1 2

2 M7301* FP9003
(TRAVERSE CN7001
P5701 MOTOR) 42 1 5
1 5 1
AC IN

T5751 110-127V/
(SUB TRANSFORMER) 220-240V FP8101
1 2 3 4 5 6 50/60Hz 1 30
TO LOADING P.C.B.
(CD MECHANISM
UNIT BRS11C) 30 1
10 9 8 7 PbF

CN5802 PbF
15 1 MIC VOLUME MIC
L D-AMP P.C.B. JK6500
FOR DEBUG
(SOLDER SIDE)
JK5001 VR6500 1
67
2
F MUSIC PORT P.C.B.
ZJ5500* 12 3 (SOLDER SIDE)
6 11 SUBWOOFER 54
10 (SB-WAKX105) 3 21
JK6401
9
1 8
7 SUBWOOFER
ZJ6501* ZJ6500*
21 1 4
K MIC P.C.B. 1
67
MUSIC
(SB-WAKX104) SPEAKERS (SOLDER SIDE) PbF 2
6 3 PORT
5 ZJ6402* 54
CN5050 4 12
3
16 2 SURROUND ZJ6400*
17 1 2
1 1 ZJ6401*
2 1 4 PbF

TO FAN UNIT TO SMPS


FOR DEBUG (INNER) CHASSIS GND

27 1
PbF 26 2
2 26
5 1 1 27
CN2700 CN2003
CN2002
12 CN2007
56 15 T6000
(SWITCHING
TRANSFORMER)
CN2004 1 23
4 VOLUME
12 CN6000
2 1 CN2006 9 5

27 2726

2
876

1 1
6 6

26

2
16
17
1 1 1 1 4
CN2009 ZJ2001* ZJ5000* VR6000 ZJ6003*
30 1 2
29 3

1
B MAIN P.C.B. C PANEL P.C.B.
(SIDE B) (SOLDER SIDE) CN6001
1 4

2 1 2930 12
CN6005

JK2000
CN2005 JK5601
2 21
3 JK51

VR6001
1 3 5 7

3
4 JK52 CN2010 CN2000 CN2008 CN2001 2 4 6 8
1 1 2 ALBUM/
1 2 1 2 1 2 TRACK

1
1 1 2

AUX IN FM ANT AM ANT


TO FAN UNIT
(REAR) TO SUBWOOFER TO SUBWOOFER
TO SPEAKERS
(FRONT)
D REMOTE SENSOR P.C.B.
(SB-WAKX105) (SB-WAKX104) (SOLDER SIDE)

CN6200 IR6200
4 1
SENSOR
1 3 PbF
PbF

PbF
ZJ6700*
1
2

J BOTTOM LED P.C.B.


(SOLDER SIDE)

NOTE: " * " REF IS FOR INDICATION ONLY. SA-MAX500 WIRING CONNECTION DIAGRAM
14 Schematic Diagram ‡ Voltage and signal line
: +B signal line
: -B signal line
16.1. Schematic Diagram Notes : CD Audio input signal line
: AUX/Tuner/Music Port/Mic Audio input signal line
‡ This schematic diagram may be modified at any time : Audio output signal line
with the development of new technology. : USB signal line
Notes: : AM signal line
: FM signal line
Playlist 2 switch.
Playlist 3 switch.
Playlist 4 switch.
Playlist 1 switch.
Playlist 5 switch.
Playlist 6 switch.
S6000: Radio/EXT-IN switch.
S6001: Stop ( ) switch.
S6002: Power ( ) switch.
S6003: Memory switch.
S6004: Play/Pause ( / ) switch.
S6005: CD switch.
S6006: USB switch.
S6007: D.BASS switch.
S6008: Latin Preset EQ switch.
S6009: Forward ( / ) switch.
S6010: Rewind ( / ) switch.
S6011: Super Woofer switch.
S6012: Memory Rec/Pause switch.
S6013: USB Rec/Pause switch.
S6014: Album/Track switch.
S6015: Open/Close switch ( ).
S6016: Manual EQ switch.
S7201: Reset switch.
VR6000: Volume Jog.
VR6001: Album/Track Jog.
VR6500: Mic Jog.

‡ Important safety notice:


Components identified by mark have special characteris-
tics important for safety.
Furthermore, special parts which have purposes of fire-retar-
dant (resistors), high quality sound (capacitors), low-noise
(resistors), etc are used.
When replacing any of components, be sure to use only
manufacturer’s specified parts shown in the parts list.

‡ In case of AC rated voltage Capacitors, the part no. and val-


ues will be indicated in the Schematic Diagram.
AC rated voltage capacitors:
C5700, C5701, C5704, C5705, C5708

‡ Resistor
Unit of resistance is OHM [Ω] (K=1,000, M=1,000,000).

‡ Capacitor
Unit of capacitance is μF, unless otherwise noted. F=Farads,
pF=pico-Farad.

‡ Coil
Unit of inductance is H, unless otherwise noted.

‡ *
REF IS FOR INDICATION ONLY.
14.2. CD Servo Circuit
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 1
A

A CD SERVO CIRCUIT : +B SIGNAL LINE : CD AUDIO INPUT SIGNAL LINE : AUDIO OUTPUT SIGNAL LINE : USB SIGNAL LINE

0.1

0.1
4.7
C8509

C8508
C8513
P1

A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A11

CLK

D7

D6
D5

D4
D3

D2
D1

D0

PW_3R3V_DIG
86 85 84 83 82 81 80 79 78 77 76 75 74 73 72 71 70 69 68 67 66 65 64 63 62 61 60 59 58 57 56 55 54 53 52 51 50 49 48 47 46 45 44

NC
NU
NU
NU
RFU
VSS
RFU
RFU
RFU
NU
NU
NU
RFU
VCC
NC
NC
NC
NU
NU
NU
RFU
RFU
RFU
VSS
VCC
RFU
NC
NC
NC
NU
NU
NU
NC
RFU
RFU
NC
NU
NU
NU
RFU
RFU
NC
RFU
87 43
C8503 1
88 NC VCCQ 42

0.1

0.1

0.1
C 89 RFU [87] NC [43] RFU RFU 41
90 VSS VSSQ 40

C8055

C8052

C8051
LB8052
91 NC RFU 39 J0JHC0000045
C8505 0.1 R8041
92 NC VDDI 38 10K
C8502 1
93 NC VDDI 37
94 NC NU 36
28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54

VSS
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A11
NC
CKE
CLK
UDQM
NC
VSS
DQ8
VDDQ
DQ9
DQ10
VSSQ
DQ11
DQ12
VDDQ
DQ13
DQ14
VSSQ
DQ15
VSS
95 NC RFU 35
96 NC RFU 34

C8510 0.1
97 RFU RFU 33 IC8051
C3ABPG000163

A10/AP
98 VCC RFU 32

LDQM

VDDQ

VDDQ
VSSQ

VSSQ
/RAS
/CAS
C8514 4.7

VDD

VDD

VDD
DQ7

DQ6
DQ5

DQ4
DQ3

DQ2
DQ1

DQ0
64M SDRAM

BA1
BA0

/WE
99 NC RFU 31

CS
A3
A2
A1
A0
100 NC RFU 30
D 101 NC RFU 29 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
102 NC DAT7 28

0.1

0.1

0.1
103 NC DAT6 27
R8501
0 104 NC DAT5 26 C8030 C8054 C8042
NRST_EMMC

C8053

C8057

C8056
105 NRST DAT4 25 0.1 0.1 0.1
106 RFU
IC8501 DAT3 24
107 RFU
C3FBYY000034 NU 23
4GB NAND FLASH MEMORY

DGND

NRAS
NCAS
NWE
108 VSS NU 22

BA1
BA0
A10

D7

D6
D5

D4
D3

D2
D1

D0
C8511 0.1

A3
A2
A1
A0

A9
109 VDD NU 21
TO CD SERVO
CIRCUIT (2/4)
110 RFU NC 20
111 NU NC 19
112 NU NC 18
E 113 NU NC 17
114 NC NC 16
DAT1_SD
115 NC RFU 15
DAT2_SD
116 NC RFU 14
R8505 47K
117 NU DAT2 13
R8506 47K
118 NU DAT1 12
R8507 47K
119 NU DAT0 11
R8504 47K
120 NC NC 10
121 NC NU 9 DAT0_SD CLK_SD R8502 47K
122 RFU NC 8 DAT3_SD CMD R8503 47K
C8512 0.1
123 VCCQ NC 7
124 CMD NC 6

F 125 CLK NC 5
126 NC NC 4
[129] NC
127 NC NC 3
VCCQ

VCCQ

VCCQ
VSSQ

VSSQ

VSSQ

128 NC NC 2
RFU
RFU

RFU

RFU

RFU
VSS
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC

NC

NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC

NU
NU
NU

NC
NC

NC

NU
NU
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
129 NC 1

130 131 132 133 134 135 136137 138 139 140 141142 143 144145 146 147 148 149 150 151 152 153 154 155 156157 158 159 160 161 162 163 164 165 166 167 168 169

PW_3R3V_DIG
0.1

0.1

0.1

LB8501
10

J0JHC0000045
G
C8504

C8507

C8506

C8501

1/4 2/4
TO CD SERVO
CIRCUIT (3/4)
3/4 4/4
H SA-MAX500 CD SERVO CIRCUIT
15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28

SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 2
A

A CD SERVO CIRCUIT : +B SIGNAL LINE : CD AUDIO INPUT SIGNAL LINE : AUDIO OUTPUT SIGNAL LINE : USB SIGNAL LINE

R8014 0 NCSSF
B
R8013 0 IO1SF

R8012 0 IO2SF
C8401
10

C8403
0.01 1 2 3 4

CE#

SO

WP#

VSS
IC8401

HOLD#
C9006
C3FBMY000303

SCLK
0.1

VDD
PW_+5V
16M FLASH MEMORY

SI
8 7 6 5 C
DGND
R8015 0 IO0SF C8066
0.1
R8016 0 CLKSF

R8017 0 IO03SF

LB8401
J0JHC0000045 PW_3R3V_DIG

FP9003
VSS 1
NRST D
NRST 2 PGND
FOR DEBUG STBY3.3V 3
SDATA PW_3R3V_MAIN
SDATA 4
SCLK 5
SCLK FP8101
CLOSE_SW LB8013 J0JDC0000104 30
1 CD_CLOSE_SW
OPEN_SW LB8014 J0JDC0000104
2 CD_OPEN_SW
VREF REST_SW LB8015 J0JDC0000104
FP8201 REV
3 CD_INNER_SW
F- 4 LD_CCW
TO CD SERVO F- 24 FWD
F+
CIRCUIT (1/4) F+ 23 PW_M+9V
5 LD_CW
T+ 6 M+9V
T+ 22 SERVO_GND C8071 0.1
T- 7 PGND
T- 21
R8201 0 C K8202 8 M+5V
C 20 0 C8040 C8402 K8205
R8202 0 D 0.1 6.3V100 0
C8072 0.1
9 CD_3.3V
E
D 19 LB8003 J0JHC0000045
CD/DVD SW 18 10 CD_3.3V
PW_3R3V_DAC R8027 10 LB8004 J0JHC0000045 C8074 0.1
RF 17 11 DGND
R8203 0 A C8061 C8064 C8073 0.1
A 16 0.1 6.3V220 12 A+5V
LCH_OUT LB8009 J0JDC0000104

TO OPTICAL
B 15
R8204
R8205
0
0
B
E DAGND
13 CD_LOUT
14 DAGND
TO B
F 14 RCH_OUT LB8008 J0JDC0000104 MAIN(MICON) CIRCUIT
PICKUP UNIT PD GND 13 C8101 0.1
15 CD_ROUT
(CN2009)
C8204 10 16 DA_GND
(CD MECHANISM VREF 12 LCH_IN IN SCHEMATIC
C8203 0.01 17 LCH_IN
UNIT BRS11C) VCC(5V) 11 ADGND DIAGRAM - 10
R8206 0 F 18 ADGND
E 10 RCH_IN
NC 9 19 RCH_IN
R8035 0
GND 8 20 CD_RESET
TP 64 TP 63 STAT LB8007 J0JDC0000104
NC 7 R8215 21 CD_STAT F
5.6 MDATA LB8006 J0JDC0000104
CD-LD 6 22 CD_MDATA
PD USB_IN LB8005 J0JDC0000104
MD/LPD 5 23 USB_IN
BLKCK R8038 100
NC 4 24 CD_BLKCK
K8201 Q8201 LD
MLD R8037 100
25 CD_MLD
NC 3 0 B1ADCF000001 MCLK R8036 100
26 CD_MCLK
DVD-LD 2 LASER DRIVE AMUTE
GND-LD 1 27 AMUTE
R8212 C8259 D+
4.7 10 28 D+
C8202 PW_3R3V_CD D-
0.1 29 D-
30 DGND
D8250 C8260 1
C8201 B0BC5R600003 0.01
10
G

LB8202
J0JHC0000045

P1

1/4 2/4
TO CD SERVO
CIRCUIT (4/4)
P1

3/4 4/4
SA-MAX500 CD SERVO CIRCUIT H
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 3
I

A CD SERVO CIRCUIT : +B SIGNAL LINE : CD AUDIO INPUT SIGNAL LINE : AUDIO OUTPUT SIGNAL LINE : USB SIGNAL LINE

IO0SF
CLKSF
IO03SF
NCSSF
IO1SF
IO2SF

CLK
A11
A9
A8
A7
A6
A5
A4

A3
A2
A1
A0
A10
NRAS
NCAS
NWE

D7
D6
D5
D4
D3
TO CD SERVO
CIRCUIT (1/4)

0.1
0.1

0.1

0.1

0.1

0.1

0.1
10

33

1
C8070

C8029

C8036
R8251

C8035

C8012
C8059

C8058

C8060

C8031
C8076 10
LB8402 R8032
J0JHC0000045 0
PW_3R3V_MAIN
R8031 10K
CKA134 P1
C8050 1
R8047 R9005 10K
36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 CKA138 10K
C8049 10

DVSS3
FIOVDD
IO0SF
CLKSF
IO3SF
NCSSF
IO1SF
IO2SF
IOVDD4
CLK
A11
A9
A8
A7
A6
A5
A4
DVSS2
IOVDD3
A3
A2
A1
A0
A10
NRAS
NCAS
NWE
DVSS1
DVDD1
IOVDD2
D7
D6
D5
D4
D3
IOVDD1
DAT1_SD D2
37 144
DAT0_SD D1
38 143
DAT3_SD D0
K DAT2_SD
39 142
40 MSDDAT2 [37] MSDDAT1 [144] D2 BA0
BA0 141
NRST_EMMC [38] MSDDAT0 [143] D1
41 MSDWP [39] MSDDAT3 [142] D0 BA1 140 BA1
R8042 10K R8039 0 PDN
CKA41 42 MSDCD P85 139
CLK_SD R8025 0 R8046 10K CKA137
43 MSDCDCLK P84 138 CKA135
CMD R8026 0 R8302 0 LRCK
44 MSDCMD P31 137
C8037 0.1 R8301 0 SCLK
45 IOVDD5 P32 136
AMUTE
46 DVSS4 P33 135
C8038 0.1 REST_SW
47 DVDD2 P30 134
FOP
48 FOP USBNOC 133
TRP
49 TRP USBPP 132
SPOUT C8032 0.1
50 SPOUT IOVDD9 131
TRVP CKA132
L 51 TRVP DVSS9 130
R8033 0
CKA52 52 TRVP2 USBDM2 129
VREF R8214 10K
53 OSCIN IC8001 USBAVDD2 128
C8039 0.1
C8065 10 MN6627992AB R8034 0
54 VREF USBDP2 127
E SERVO PROCESSOR
55 E USBAVSS 126
F R9002 30 D+
56 F USBDP1 125
D
57 D USBAVDD1 124
B R9001 30 D-
58 B USBDM1 123
C
59 C DVSS8 122
A C8028 0.1 R9003 R9004
60 A DVDD5 121 15K 15K
C8041 0.1 DGND
61 PD IOVDD8 120
LD R8001 0 LB8002
62 LD REGON 119 J0JCC0000407 TO CD SERVO
R8029 33 CLK_I2S
63 CDAVSS AUDIOCLK 118 CIRCUIT (4/4)
M PW_3R3V_CD
64 CDAVDD SRDAT 117 CKA117
R8209 C8008 0.022 R8021 33 SCLK
2.2M 65 CTCENV BCLK 116
PD C8009 68P R8022 10 LRCK
66 RFENV LRCK 115
SDTO
TP 50 67 RFOUT [111] P80 SRDATAIN 114
C8007 0.33 [71] ARFFB [110] P25 BLKCK
68 RFIN SREQ/BLKCK 113
C8022 4.7 [72] ARFIN [109] P24 USB_IN
69 ARFDC SCL5 112

IRQ1A/MLD
SRAMVDD
RDACVDD

SREGVDD
RDACVSS

SI/MDATA
SO/STAT
EXTRGO

AOUT1R
TRCCLK

70 ARFOUT

AOUT1L
111 CKA111
IOVDD6

IOVDD7
TP 51
DVDD3

DVDD4
SDATA

TRCD3
TRCD2
TRCD1
TRCD0
TRCST
DVSS5

DVSS6

DVSS7
PLLFO

TEST2
TEST1
TEST0
C8010 0.1
VCOF

MCLK
NRST
SCLK
DSLF
PLLF

71 110 CKA110
X01
X11

C8020 680P
72 109 CKA109

73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101102 103 104 105 106 107 108


C8047
0.015
CKA80
CKA81
CKA82
CKA83
CKA84
CKA85
CKA86

N
MCLK
PW_3R3V_DAC MDATA
LB8201
J0JHC0000045 CKA100 STAT
PW_3R3V_DIG R8210
CKA99 MLD
820
1000P

1000P
0.082

CKA98
0.01

R8211 R8010
10

2.7K 100K
0.1
0.1
0.1

0.1

0.1
4.7

0.1

0.1

C8013 C8018
10
10

0
0
0

R8011
C8027
C8017
C8014

C8021
C8019

6.3V100 0.33 100K R8002


10K
NRST
C8033

C8048
C8044

C8043

C8046
C8011
C8034
C8067
C8075
C8045

R8043
R8044
R8045

SERVO_GND

O
DAGND
1K
1K

C8068
3300P
SDATA

R8004
R8003

R8005
SCLK

R8006 1M TP 69 TP 67
220
C8026 4.7 LCH_OUT
C8025 4.7 RCH_OUT
3300P

X8101
H0J338300002

C8015 C8016
C8069

12P 12P 1/4 2/4

3/4 4/4
P SA-MAX500 CD SERVO CIRCUIT

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 4
I

A CD SERVO CIRCUIT : +B SIGNAL LINE : CD AUDIO INPUT SIGNAL LINE : AUDIO OUTPUT SIGNAL LINE : USB SIGNAL LINE

P1
TO CD SERVO
CIRCUIT (2/4)

P1

FP8251
1
TRV+ 10
TRV- 9

TO H LDM+ 8 IC8301
CD INTERFACE
LDM- 7
OPEN_SW
C0FBAK000026 K
DIGITAL AUDIO LB8301
OPEN_SW 6 J0JHC0000045
CIRCUIT (CN7002) DGND A/D CONVERTER PW_3R3V_MAIN
DGND 5
IN SCHEMATIC REST_SW R8040 C8001 0.1 C8002 10V10
REST_SW 4 100
DIAGRAM - 20 CLOSE_SW SDTO
9 SDTO DGND 8
CLOSE_SW 3
SPM+ LRCK C8003 0.1 C8004 10V10 L8302
SPM+ 2 10 LRCK VD(3.3V) 7
CLK_I2S G1C100KA0101 PW_+5V
SPM- 11 MCLK VA(5V) 6
SPM- 1
10 SCLK ADGND
12 SCLK ADGND 5
PDN C8005 2.2
13 PDN VCOM 4
R8018 47K R8030 100K LB8010
14 DIF CKS1 3 J0JDC0000104
R8019 47K C8062 10 LCH_IN
F+
F-

REV
FWD
15 CKS2 AINL 2
R8020 47K C8063 10 RCH_IN
16 CKS0 AINR 1
LB8011
J0JDC0000104 L

14 13 12 11 10 9 8 29 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 C8102
VOFC+
VOFC-
VOSL-
VOSL+
VOTR+
VOTR-
VCC
GND
REV
FWD
REGO1
VINSL
REGO2
TRB_1
VINFC
0.1
R8257 5.6K R8265 100K TRP

IC8251 R8256 100 R8252 1K SPOUT


CHASSIS GND
C0GBY0000117
VOTK+

VOLD+

TRB_2
VOTK-

VOLD-

VINLD

VINTK

MUTE
PVCC

VCTL

5CH MOTOR DRIVER


BIAS
GND
GND
NC

NC

C8258 C8253
1200P 0.15
15 16 17 18 19 20 21 30 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 TP 61
TO CD SERVO R8262 10 VREF
CIRCUIT (3/4)
M
SPM+
SPM-

C8254 R8254 C8255


T+
T-

0.015 5.6K 1800P

R8255 3.3K TRVP


R8258 CL8021 CL8022
R8261 R8260 K8002...AKX105 K8007...AKX105
47K 27K
100 R8259 4.7K FOP 0 0
R8264
1.2K CL8012 CL8017
PW_3R3V_CD

R8263 C8256 C8261


1K 1000P 1

PGND

C8262 C8252 C8251 N


6.3V100 0.01 16V47 LB8252
J0JHC0000045 PW_+5V

LB8251
J0JHC0000045 PW_M+9V

1/4 2/4

3/4 4/4
SA-MAX500 CD SERVO CIRCUIT P

15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28
Main(Micon) Circuit
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 5
A
: +B SIGNAL LINE : CD AUDIO INPUT SIGNAL LINE : AUDIO OUTPUT SIGNAL LINE : FM SIGNAL LINE
B MAIN(MICON) CIRCUIT : -B SIGNAL LINE : AUX/TUNER/MUSIC PORT/MIC AUDIO INPUT SIGNAL LINE : AM SIGNAL LINE : USB SIGNAL LINE

P1

C2067

3300P
1

680

1K
0
R2162

R2056

R2058

C2082
Q2040
B1ABCF000176 R2372

2200P
1K

0.047
SWITCH

0.47

0.33
LCH_IN

680

0.1
0.1
C2061 50V1
R2373 R2077

R2051
C2070
C2072
C2074
C2076
C2078
C2080
TUNER_L C2028 1 390K
Q2001 1K
CLIP_ATTN
C AUX_L C2032 1 B1ABCF000231
SWITCH
C2192
1
R2064
C2043 C2049 15K C2047 R2039 R2044
1000P 100P 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 C2092 50V1 22K 22K
0.068

IN3B

IN2B
IN1B
MONOUTB

RECOUTB
VOLINB
TONEHB
TONEM1B

TONEM2B

TONEB1B

TONEB2B

SRFIL
R2154 R2152 C2024 IN4B 26 R2024
40 3.9K
15K 15K 1000P C2090 50V1
41 NC INT 25 R2032 C2055 C2060
MPORT_L C2029 1 C2085 50V3.3 R2078 56K
42 IN5B EXTSENSE 24 47K 47P 100P
C2053 C2089 50V3.3
43 NC VOL2CAPB 23
CD_L R2012 680 C2020 10 1000P [39] NC [26] SURTC LEFT-OUT
44 IN6B OUTB 22 R2050
C2056 10V33 PW_+9V_1 22K
DAGND C2057 50V4.7
45 VREF
IC2000 V+ 21
ASP_CLK
D CD_R
46 IN6DIFF C1AB00003256 SCL 20
C2242 C2093
R2025
3.9K
C2041
6.3V100
5 6 7 8
R2103 680 C2021 10 IN6A ASP
47 SDA 19 0.1 16V1000
AGND V+
NC [14] BPF2
C2054 48 GND 18
1000P
[1] NC [15] BPF3
RIGHT-OUT C2241 IC2002
49 NC OUTA 17
MPORT_R C2031 1 C2086 50V3.3
0.1 C0ABBB000067 2
50 IN5A VOL2CAPA 16 BUFFER AMP

MONOUTA

RECOUTA

TONEM1A

TONEM2A
R2129

TONEB1A

TONEB2A
51 NC

TONEHA
15 V-

VOLINA
R2062 150K 0

BPF1
IN3A
IN2A

IN1A
52 IN4A 14
C2026 C2046 C2050 4 3 2 1
1000P 1000P 100P R2079 33 PW_+9V
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 R2029
ASP_DATA 47K
MIC_GND R2053
AUX_R C2153 C2084 C2088 22K
C2033 1

0
10 0.082 0.082

0.047

6.8K
C2048

0.33
TUNER_R C2034 1

0.1
0.1
R2030 50V1 C2059 C2064

R2193
E 47K 47 100
R2375 C2193

C2075
C2077
C2079
C2081
0.022 R2060
390K 1 R2043 R2045
R2061 22K 22K
6.8K
R2294

2200P
6.8K R2427
Q2041 0.47
680

680
R2063 68K

1K
12K
B1ABCF000176 R2355
15K 1
SWITCH
R2052
C2071
C2073

R2057
R2059

C2083
C2087
4.7 R2295
6.8K R2031 R2426
47K 68K
Q2037
C2068
1
B1ABCF000176 R2356
C2037
SWITCH 0.047
1K MIC
F R2054
0 R2374
1K

Q2042 R2377
1K
B1ABCF000176 SYS3.3V
SWITCH
TO MAIN(MICON)
R2246 CIRCUIT (2/10)
100
BASS_SHIFT
C2066
50V1

G
RCH_IN

MI: MAIN(MICON): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 5 ~ 14 1/10 2/10 3/10 4/10 5/10


DA: MAIN(D-AMP): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 15 ~ 16 TO MAIN(MICON)
CIRCUIT (6/10)
P1

6/10 7/10 8/10 9/10 10/10


H SA-MAX500 MAIN(MICON) CIRCUIT
15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28

SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 6
: +B SIGNAL LINE : CD AUDIO INPUT SIGNAL LINE : AUDIO OUTPUT SIGNAL LINE : FM SIGNAL LINE
B MAIN(MICON) CIRCUIT : -B SIGNAL LINE : AUX/TUNER/MUSIC PORT/MIC AUDIO INPUT SIGNAL LINE : AM SIGNAL LINE : USB SIGNAL LINE

TO MAIN(MICON)
CIRCUIT (3/10)

P1 P1

CN2001
2 LED_SUPPLY_GND TO SUBWOOFER
2
1 SUBW LED (SB-WAKX104)

CN2008
1
2 LED_SUPPLY_GND TO SUBWOOFER
D2028
DA2J10100L
R2358
10K
1 SUBW LED (SB-WAKX104)
AUTO_BASS

R2359 C2248 R2361 C2247 R2363 C2245 CN2010


1K 1 10K 0.1 33K 1 2 LED_SUPPLY_GND TO SUBWOOFER
Q2039
B1ADCE000012 1 SUBW LED (SB-WAKX105)
R2357 C2244 R2362 C2246
4.7M 1 AGC Q2038 470K 0.1
R2360 B1ABCF000176 CN2000
100K AGC
R2364 2 LED_SUPPLY_GND TO SUBWOOFER
2.2K
AGND
1 SUBW LED (SB-WAKX105)
DA AGND

CN2002
MMOD
6 MMOD
D2010 NRST
R2040 B0ADCC000002 5 MICORST
OCD_SCL
47K 4 OCD_SCL
C2063 R2135 R2101
2 2.2 3.9K 100
UP_DGND
3 VSS
FOR DEBUG
C2062 OCD_SDA
0.22 3
2 OCD_SDA
1 SYS3.3V
1 SYS3.3V

R2033
R2042 330K
1K CN2003 27
R2041 C2052 PW_+5V
1 +5V
68K Q2007 1 PW_CD+3.3V
2 CD3.3V
B1ABCF000176 VP_DET
SWITCH 3 VP_DET
LED_DIMMER
4 LED_DIMMER
Q2016 R2037 R2036 C2069 LED_GND
B1ADCE000012 100 82K 10V33 5 LED_SUPPLY_GND
C2027
SWITCH 16V10 6 SUBW_LED_SUPPLY
7 SYS3.3V
R2049 R2344 3.3K 8 DGND
R2046 680 KEY2
100K 9 KEY2
KEY1
D2006 10 KEY1
R2402 R2404 RMT
27K DA2J10100L 22K 11 RMT
LVL_MTR PW_+9V_1

Q2000
FL_CLK LB2001 0
12 FLCLK TO C
DA2J10100L

FL_CS LB2000 0
B1ADCE000012 13 FL_CS PANEL CIRCUIT
QR2001 SWITCH
FL_DA LB2002 0
14 FL_DOUT (CN6000)
B1GBCFJJ0051 ROT_JOGA
100K

IN SCHEMATIC

0.01
15 J_ROTA
33K

270
2.2

2.2
MUSIC_CTR SWITCH C2096 ROT_JOGB
1500P 16 J_ROTB DIAGRAM - 18
VOL_JOGB
Q2026 17 J_VOLB
R2271

R2405

C2199

D2012

R2035

R2028

C2003
VOL_JOGA
Q2017 B1ADCE000012 MPORT_SW
18 J_VOLA
B1GBCFJJ0051 SWITCH 19 MPORT_SW
QR2000 MPORT_L R2346 3.3K
BASS_CTR SWITCH 20 MPORT_L
B1GBCFJJ0051 PA_IN_GND
21 MPORT_GND
DC DETECT MPORT_R R2347 3.3K
DC_DET_PWR 22 MPORT_R
MIC_GND
23 MIC_GND
MIC
TO MAIN(MICON) 24 MIC
CIRCUIT (1/10) 25 +9V
PW_+18V
Q2027 FL_GND
26 DC 18V
B1ADCE000012 27 FL-GND
DC DETECT R2345 3.3K 1

1/10 2/10 3/10 4/10 5/10


TO MAIN(MICON)
MI: MAIN(MICON): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 5 ~ 14 CIRCUIT (7/10)
6/10 7/10 8/10 9/10 10/10
DA: MAIN(D-AMP): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 15 ~ 16
SA-MAX500 MAIN(MICON) CIRCUIT
29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42

SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 7
: +B SIGNAL LINE : CD AUDIO INPUT SIGNAL LINE : AUDIO OUTPUT SIGNAL LINE : FM SIGNAL LINE
B MAIN(MICON) CIRCUIT : -B SIGNAL LINE : AUX/TUNER/MUSIC PORT/MIC AUDIO INPUT SIGNAL LINE : AM SIGNAL LINE : USB SIGNAL LINE

TO MAIN(MICON)
CIRCUIT (2/10)

P1 P1

IC2010
C0DAAYG00001
+9V VOLTAGE SWITCHING
REGULATOR

STBY

GND

OUT

VCC
INV
5 4 3 2 1

TO MAIN(MICON)
R2398 0 UP_DGND CIRCUIT (4/10)
CN2007
SMPS_ID
SMPS_ID 15
PCONT
PCONT 14 R2156
PW_+16V PW_+9V
DC16V 13 1M
+16V_GND 12
R2400 0 FL_GND Q2022
ECO_CTL 11
ECO_CTL B1AAJC000019 D2018 D2022 L2000
DC_DET_PWR +5V VOLTAGE REGULATOR B0EAKM000117 B0EAKM000117
TO M DCDET2 10
R2353 0 TEMP_DET
PW_M+5V G0A330ZA0045

SMPS CIRCUIT TEMP_DET 9 D2020


SYS3.3V

B0JCPD000025
B0EAKM000117
(CN5802) SYS3.3V 8 C2191 R2278 C2198 C2167 R2176 C2171
SYNC 0.01 100 16V1000 0.47 1.5K 16V1000
IN SCHEMATIC SYNC 7

D2000
C2194 0.01 PW_+18V C2278
R2431 0.01
DIAGRAM - 25 +35V_SENSE 6
0
R2279 R2424
R2273 2.2 0 6.8K
+35V_SENSE 5 QR2005
OUTP_GND 4 B1GBCFJJ0051 R2274 2.2
OUTP_GND 3 DC DETECT D2017 C2009 R2192
R2275 2.2 C2187 C2188
0.01 10V33 B0BC5R6A0266 R2399 0.01 1K C2234
-35V_SENSE 2 25V1000
M+5V_GND 0
R2276 270
-35V_SENSE 1
Q2023
ZJ2001* B1ADCE000012 PW_+5V
CURRENT LIMITER
TO B +35V_SENSE 6
+35V_SENSE 5
IC2011
MAIN(D-AMP) C0DAAYG00001
OUTP_GND 4 IC2014 +5V VOLTAGE SWITCHING
CIRCUIT (ZJ5000*) OUTP_GND 3 C0DBEYY00123 REGULATOR
IN SCHEMATIC +3.3V VOLTAGE REGULATOR

STBY

GND

OUT

VCC
-35V_SENSE 2

INV
DIAGRAM - 15 -35V_SENSE 1
PW_CD+3.3V 5 4 3 2 1
1 VOUT VCC 8
C2249 R2421
10V33 15K
R2340 R2338 R2336 R2333 2 FB NC 7
470 470 470 470 GND R2422 R2429
1M
DA_GND R2296 0 0
3 GND NC 6
LED_GND R2425 L2001
R2432 0 4.7K G0A330ZA0045
R2341 R2339 R2337 R2334
470 470 470 470 USB_DGND R2068 0 4 NC EN 5
AGND R2010 0
R2335 DGND R2011 0
Q2035

B0JCPD000025
1K SMPS_BP C2277 C2201 C2010
10 0.01 0.47 R2409 R2311
B1BABG000007

DZ2000
R2087 0 2.7K 1.5K
BEATPROOF SWITCH C2007
0.01

C2004 R2408 C2226


3 C2202 0.01 1K 6.3V820
DA PW_-35V 0
2
DA PW_+35V ZJ2000
1
DA OUTPUT_GND

1/10 2/10 3/10 4/10 5/10


TO MAIN(MICON)
MI: MAIN(MICON): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 5 ~ 14 CIRCUIT (8/10)
6/10 7/10 8/10 9/10 10/10
DA: MAIN(D-AMP): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 15 ~ 16
SA-MAX500 MAIN(MICON) CIRCUIT
NOTE: “ * ” REF IS FOR INDICATION ONLY
43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56

SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 8
: +B SIGNAL LINE : CD AUDIO INPUT SIGNAL LINE : AUDIO OUTPUT SIGNAL LINE : FM SIGNAL LINE
B MAIN(MICON) CIRCUIT : -B SIGNAL LINE : AUX/TUNER/MUSIC PORT/MIC AUDIO INPUT SIGNAL LINE : AM SIGNAL LINE : USB SIGNAL LINE

P1 P1

OC
EN

CD_MLD

LD_CW
USB_IN
CD_MDATA

SW_LV2
SW_LV1
LD_CCW
CD_MCLK
CD_STAT

CD_BLKCK

CD_OPEN_SW
CD_RESET

CD_INNER_SW

CD_CLOSE_SW
R2205
R2014 10K 4.7K

C2115
10
IC2006
R2185 10K C3EBEY000037
EEPROM

DA2J10100L
R2182 10K

R2105
D2001
R2123

100K
560K R2332 10K R2206
4.7K
R2329 10K 1 NC VCC 8
C2148 C2163
0.022 330P
2 NC WP 7

47K

47K

47K
47K
47K
1K
1K

1K
1K
1K
3 NC SCL 6
R2070 R2218
47K 0
TO MAIN(MICON)

R2026

R2108

R2165
R2366
R2365

R2198
R2376
R2115
R2117
R2118
MUTE_F 4 GND SDA 5
CIRCUIT (3/10)
F_HOP
75 74 73 72 71 70 69 6 8 67 66 65 64 63 62 61 60 59 58 57 5 6 5 5 54 53 52 51
MODE_DA
R2075 47K R2226 47K

NC

NC

NC
NC
NC
OC
EN

CD_MLD

VSS
USB_IN

LOAD_CW

SW_LVL2
76 NC NC 50

LOAD_CCW
REGION 3

CD_BLKCK
CR TIMER

CLOSE_SW
CD_OPEN_SW
CD_RESET

CD_RESET_SW
R2126 R2163 0 R2227 47K
77 NC NC 49
AMUTE 47K R2065 47K
78 AMUTE NC 48
USB_REC_LED
79 USB REC LED NC 47
BASS_SHIFT MUSIC_CTR
80 BASS_SHIFT MUSIC_CTR 46
R2083 47K BASS_CTR
81 MUTE_A BASS_CTR 45
FL_DA
82 FL_DATA MODE_DA 44 MODE_DA DA
FL_CS [75] NC DC_DET_AMP
83 FL_CS [74] CD_MCLK [51] SW_LVL1 DCDET1 43
FL_CLK R2069 1K
84 FL_CLK [73] CD_STAT (SYS_TXD) F_HOP1 42 F_HOP DA
R2076 [72] CD_MDATA (SYS_RXD)
1K 85 REGION 2 MUTE_F 41 MUTE_F DA
RMT
86 RMT
*Este material se encuentra sin programar, NC 40
R2114 47K C2143
0.1 DC_DET_AMP DA
R2074 47K
87 NC
debe ser programado. VSS 39
R2066 47K LED_DIMMER
88 NC IC2003 LED DIMMER 38
C2141 0.1
89 VDD *MN101EF16KXW VDD18 37
R2067 47K MICROPROCESSOR
90 NC EE_CLK 36
R2406 47K
91 VSS EE_CS 35
[1] CLIP ATTN [23] TU_CLK
92 REGION 1 [2] ASP_DATA [24] TU_RST EE_DATA 34
CLIP_SENSOR ROT_JOGA
93 CLIP SENSOR [25] TU_INT ROTARY_JOGA 33
AUTO_BASS ROT_JOGB
94 AUTO BASS ROTARY_JOGB 32
SMPS_ID R2157 0
95 SMPS_ID
*RFKWMAKX500M0 31
SMPS_BP
MICROPROCESSOR para uso de Centros de servicio. SMPS_BP
LVL_MTR R2120 47K
96 LVL MTR NC 30
TEMP_DET ECO_CTL
97 TEMP_DET ECO_CNTRL 29
KEY2 DC_DET_PWR TO MAIN(MICON)

M.PORT_SW
98 KEY 2 DCDET2 28

VOL_JOG A
VOL_JOG B
CIRCUIT (5/10)

FAN_OUT1
FAN_OUT2
SW_MUTE
OCD_SDA
KEY1 R2196 1K SYNC

OCD_SCL
ASP_CLK

TU_SDA
99 KEY 1 SYNC 27

HP_SW

MMOD

VDD33
VDD18
XTOUT
PCONT

NRST
XTIN
100 VREF+ PCONT 26

VSS

XO
XI
100K
DZ2J033M0L

DZ2J033M0L

0.1

0.1

R2442 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 R2095 R2096


C2051 R2084 47K 47K 47K R2229
D2002

D2003

0.01 10K R2099 10K


10K
C2094

C2095

R2082

SYS3.3V
UP_DGND R2189 47K
R2102

6.3V220
R2310 4.7K R2027
220K R2098 0

3.3K

0.1
4.7K

1
H0A327200181
Q2011
B1GBCFLL0037

18P
18P

C2137
C2139

C2144
R2093

X2000
0.1

R2017
0
0
C2102 0.1 3.9K
RESET
R2094
C2123
C2129
C2130
R2136
R2140

3.9K C2150
D2008 50V3.3
DA2J10100L

R2178 10K
R2173 15K
3
R2177 15K
R2174 10K
2 R2018 3.3K
X2001
H2B800400007 QR2006
1 B1GBCFJJ0051
SWITCH
R2019 68K
MPORT_SW
CLIP_ATTN

VOL_JOGA
ASP_DATA

VOL_JOGB
SW_MUTE
OCD_SDA

FAN_OUT
OCD_SCL
ASP_CLK

TU_SCLK
TU_SDA

TU_RST
TU_INT
MMOD

NRST

1/10 2/10 3/10 4/10 5/10


TO MAIN(MICON)
MI: MAIN(MICON): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 5 ~ 14 CIRCUIT (9/10)
6/10 7/10 8/10 9/10 10/10
DA: MAIN(D-AMP): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 15 ~ 16 SA-MAX500 MAIN(MICON) CIRCUIT
57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70

SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 9
A
: +B SIGNAL LINE : CD AUDIO INPUT SIGNAL LINE : AUDIO OUTPUT SIGNAL LINE : FM SIGNAL LINE
B MAIN(MICON) CIRCUIT : -B SIGNAL LINE : AUX/TUNER/MUSIC PORT/MIC AUDIO INPUT SIGNAL LINE : AM SIGNAL LINE : USB SIGNAL LINE

R2089 C2113 R2124 C2122 R2147


10K 100P 22K 10 15K

C2109 R2111
50V1 47K

5 6 7 8 C2125 C2131 R2151 R2155 R2161 R2167 R2179


1 0.01 18K 27K 27K 2.2K 12K
V+
CN2004 C
17
IC2004 1 SUBWOOFER 1
C0ABBB000067

B0BC3R700004

B0BC3R700004
R2168 2 SIGNAL AGND
DUAL OP-AMP 0

D2004

D2007
3 SUBWOOFER 2
V- R2145 Q2009 Q2010 C2239 0.1 4 AGND
4 3 2 1
15K B1ABCF000176 B1ABCF000176 R2164 0
SW LEVEL CONTROL SW LEVEL CONTROL 5 SUBWOOFER 3/4
GND R2433 0
6 AGND
7 SURROUND R TO L
8 AGND D-AMP CIRCUIT
9 SURROUND L (CN5050)
10 AGND IN SCHEMATIC
R2410 11 NC DIAGRAM - 22
R2110 C2112 R2131
0 12 MUTE_S D
MUTE_F
10M 47P 1K 13 MUTE_F
F_HOP
R2180 14 FHOP
C2111 R2119 100K 15 FAN
0.01 12K DC_DET_AMP
16 DC_DET
MODE_DA
17 MOD_DA
1
C2118 C2124 R2149 C2238
0.39 10 470 2.2

AGND
R2132
SW_LV1 1K

Q2004
B1GDCFJJ0047
BUFFER E
TO MAIN(MICON)
CIRCUIT (4/10)
Q2006
R2133
B1GDCFJJ0047 R2148
SW_MUTE 0 MUTING CONTROL 1K Q2008
B1ABCF000176
MUTING
C2119
6.3V220
UP_DGND
Q2005
B1GDCFJJ0047 R2125
BUFFER 1K
SW_LV2
F

P1

TO MAIN(MICON) 1/10 2/10 3/10 4/10 5/10


MI: MAIN(MICON): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 5 ~ 14 CIRCUIT (10/10) SA-MAX500

AH
AD
AC
AA

AB

AF
10/10
DA: MAIN(D-AMP): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 15 ~ 16 6/10 7/10 8/10 9/10 MAIN(MICON) CIRCUIT H
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 10
I
: +B SIGNAL LINE : CD AUDIO INPUT SIGNAL LINE : AUDIO OUTPUT SIGNAL LINE : FM SIGNAL LINE
B MAIN(MICON) CIRCUIT : -B SIGNAL LINE : AUX/TUNER/MUSIC PORT/MIC AUDIO INPUT SIGNAL LINE : AM SIGNAL LINE : USB SIGNAL LINE

P1
TO MAIN(MICON)
CIRCUIT (1/10)

P1
C2099 0.01 C2005 1000P
CN2009 CD_CLOSE_SW
30
CD_CLOSE_SW 30
CD_OPEN_SW
CD_OPEN_SW 29
CD_INNER_SW
CD_INNER_SW 28
LD_CCW
LD_CCW 27
LD_CW
LD_CW 26
PW_+9V PW_CD+3.3V LB2007 0 PW_+3.3V
L M+9V 25
M+5V_GND TUNER_R TUN_ROUT
PGND 24
LB2006 J0JBC0000019 PW_M+5V R2003
M+5V 23 3.9K
C2022 R2007 C2015 C2008
CD_3.3V 22 1000P 3.3K 220P 10
CD_3.3V 21 AGND
DGND
DGND 20
L2004 G1C100KA0101 PW_+5V C2023 R2008 C2016
A+5V 19
CD_L 1000P 3.3K R2004 220P TO MAIN(MICON)
CD_LOUT 18 CIRCUIT (7/10)
TO A DAGND 17
DAGND TUNER_L 3.9K TUN_LOUT

CD SERVO CIRCUIT CD_R


CD_ROUT 16
(FP8101) DA_GND
DA_GND 15
IN SCHEMATIC R2021 0 C2039 16V10 LCH_IN JK2000
LCH_IN 14
DIAGRAM - 2 ADGND 13 1
M R2020 0 C2038 16V10 RCH_IN R2001
RCH_IN 12 8.2K
CD_RESET AUX_L [LCH]
CD_RESET 11 2
CD_STAT R2343 R2005
CD_STAT 10 0
CD_MDATA PA_IN_GND 10K
CD_MDATA 9 AUX IN
USB_IN R2006 R2002
USB_IN 8 10K 8.2K
LB2003 0 CD_BLKCK AUX_R [RCH]
CD_BLKCK 7 3
LB2004 0 CD_MLD
CD_MLD 6 C2000
LB2005 0 CD_MCLK 0.01
CD_MCLK 5 4
AMUTE
AMUTE 4
D+
D+ 3
D-
D- 2
USB_DGND
DGND 1
N 1

1/10 2/10 3/10 4/10 5/10

MI: MAIN(MICON): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 5 ~ 14


6/10 7/10 8/10 9/10 10/10
DA: MAIN(D-AMP): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 15 ~ 16
P SA-MAX500 MAIN(MICON) CIRCUIT

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 11
: +B SIGNAL LINE : CD AUDIO INPUT SIGNAL LINE : AUDIO OUTPUT SIGNAL LINE : FM SIGNAL LINE
B MAIN(MICON) CIRCUIT : -B SIGNAL LINE : AUX/TUNER/MUSIC PORT/MIC AUDIO INPUT SIGNAL LINE : AM SIGNAL LINE : USB SIGNAL LINE

TO MAIN(MICON)
CIRCUIT (2/10)

R59 2.2K TU_INT

H0A327200181
JK51 C58 12P
IC52

X51
20 19 18 17 16
G3 C1AB00003566 T1
TO MAIN(MICON)

NC

GCGPO1

GCGPO2

DCLK

DFS
VA51 AM/FM RADIO RECEIVER
C51 L51 C57 12P
EZAEG2A50AX 1000P G1CR18JA0020
1 NC DOUT 15
C59 TUN_LOUT
CIRCUIT (8/10)
FM ANT 1 R51 1K
G2 2 FMI LOUT 14
FM ANT THERMAL
3 RFGND ROUT 13
PAD TUN_ROUT
G1 LB51 GND 12
C60 1 R52 1K
4 AMI
J0JBC0000032 PW_+3.3V
VDD 11 L54 0

RCLK
SCLK
5 RST

SDIO
SEN

VIO
GND
C61
TO MAIN(MICON) 6 7 8 9 10
0.1 C63
1
CIRCUIT (6/10)

47K
47K
R64
0
L52
G2A380Y00002

R62
R61
G2
JK52
AM ANT 2 3 4 R53
AM ANT C52 4.7K
R54
AM ANT 1 4.7K
0.47 R55 220 TU_SDA
2

R56 220 TU_SCLK


1 6

G1 R57 1K TU_RST

C62
0.1
R2423...AKX105PH
AGND 0

P1 P1

1/10 2/10 3/10 4/10 5/10

MI: MAIN(MICON): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 5 ~ 14


6/10 7/10 8/10 9/10 10/10
DA: MAIN(D-AMP): SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 15 ~ 16
SA-MAX500 MAIN(MICON) CIRCUIT

15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 12
: +B SIGNAL LINE : CD AUDIO INPUT SIGNAL LINE : AUDIO OUTPUT SIGNAL LINE : FM SIGNAL LINE
B MAIN(MICON) CIRCUIT : -B SIGNAL LINE : AUX/TUNER/MUSIC PORT/MIC AUDIO INPUT SIGNAL LINE : AM SIGNAL LINE : USB SIGNAL LINE

TO MAIN(MICON)
CIRCUIT (3/10)

CN2006
2 POSITIVE
1 NEGATIVE
TO FAN UNIT(INNER)
DC_DET_AMP
PW_+16V

R2384 R2387 R2385 R2354


270K 6.8K 470K 0
TO MAIN(MICON)
CIRCUIT (9/10)
Q2003
C2254 R2378
B1ABCF000231
1 100 DC DETECT

C2252
6.3V100 Q2021 Q2002
TO MAIN(MICON)

6.3V220
CIRCUIT (7/10) B1ABCF000231 B1ABCF000231
FAN DRIVE

0.01
FAN DRIVE

C2253
C2258
R2383 R2388 C2042 D2009 R2389
82K 220 10 DA2J10100L 100K
R2382
Q2033 27
B1AAJC000019
FAN DRIVE CN2005
2 POSITIVE
1 NEGATIVE
TO FAN UNIT(REAR)
IC2012
C0ABBB000067 R2397
R2379 R2386 FAN CONTROL 470K
680 33K Q2020
B1AAJC000019 Q2031
FAN DRIVE
1 A OUT