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STAGEPAS 500

SERVICE MANUAL

Speaker

Mixer

Speaker

CONTENTS
SPECIFICATIONS ............................................... 3
PANEL LAYOUT .................................. 4
DIMENSIONS ......................................................... 4
CIRCUIT BOARD LAYOUT .............. 5
DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURE ........................... 6
LSI PIN DESCRIPTIONLSI ............................ 16
IC BLOCK DIAGRAMIC................................. 18
CIRCUIT BOARDS ..................................... 19
INSPECTIONS ......................................................... 27
ADJUSTMENT OF AMPLIFIER UNIT
..................................................... 30
FACTORY SETTING .................................. 30
TROUBLE SHOOTING ............ 31
PARTS LIST
BLOCK DIAGRAM
CIRCUIT DIAGRAM

PA 011840
200612-155400

HAMAMATSU, JAPAN
Copyright (c) Yamaha Corporation. All rights reserved. PDF

07.01

STAGEPAS 500

IMPORTANT NOTICE
This manual has been provided for the use of authorized Yamaha Retailers and their service personnel. It has been assumed that basic
service procedures inherent to the industry, and more specifically Yamaha Products, are already known and understood by the users,
and have therefore not been restated.

WARNING :

Failure to follow appropriate service and safety procedures when servicing this product may result in personal injury,
destruction of expensive components and failure of the product to perform as specified. For these reasons, we advise
all Yamaha product owners that all service required should be performed by an authorized Yamaha Retailer or the
appointed service representative.

IMPORTANT :

This presentation or sale of this manual to any individual or firm does not constitute authorization certification,
recognition of any applicable technical capabilities, or establish a principal-agent relationship of any form.

The data provided is belived to be accurate and applicable to the unit(s) indicated on the cover. The research engineering, and service
departments of Yamaha are continually striving to improve Yamaha products. Modifications are, therefore, inevitable and changes in
specification are subject to change without notice or obligation to retrofit. Should any discrepancy appear to exist, please contact the
distributors Service Division.

WARNING :

Static discharges can destroy expensive components. Discharge any static electricity your body may have accumulated
by grounding yourself to the ground bus in the unit (heavy gauge black wires connect to this bus.)

IMPORTANT :

Turn the unit OFF during disassembly and parts replacement. Recheck all work before you apply power to the unit.

WARNING: CHEMICAL CONTENT NOTICE!


The solder used in the production of this product contains LEAD. In addition, other electrical/electronic and/or plastic (Where applicable)
components may also contain traces of chemicals found by the California Health and Welfare Agency (and possibly other entities) to cause
cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm.
DO NOT PLACE SOLDER, ELECTRICAL/ELECTRONIC OR PLASTIC COMPONENTS IN YOUR MOUTH FOR ANY REASON WHAT SO EVER!
Avoid prolonged, unprotected contact between solder and your skin! When soldering, do not inhale solder fumes or expose eyes to solder/
flux vapor!
If you come in contact with solder or components located inside the enclosure of this product, wash your hands before handling food.

IMPORTANT NOTICE FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM


Connecting the Plug and Cord
WARNING: THIS APPARATUS MUST BE EARTHED
IMPORTANT. The wires in this mains lead are coloured in accordance
with the following code:
GREEN-AND-YELLOW
: EARTH
BLUE
: NEUTRAL
BROWN
: LIVE

As the colours of the wires in the mains lead of this apparatus may not
correspond with the coloured markings identifying the terminals in your plug
proceed as follows:
The wire which is coloured GREEN-and-YELLOW must be connected to the
terminal in the plug which is marked by the letter E or by the safety earth
symbol
or colored GREEN or GREEN-and-YELLOW.
The wire which is coloured BLUE must be connected to the terminal which is
marked with the letter N or coloured BLACK.
The wire which is coloured BROWN must be connected to the terminal which is
marked with the letter L or coloured RED.

WARNING
Components having special characteristics are marked
originally installed.

and must be replaced with parts having specification equal to those

STAGEPAS 500

SPECIFICATIONS
General Specifications
Maximum Output Power
250 W+250 W (10 %)/4 @10 % THD at 1 kHz (SPEAKER L/R)
200 W+200 W/4 @1 % THD at 1 kHz (SPEAKER L/R)

Maximum Output Level


116 dB (1 m)

Frequency Response (Nominal output level @ 1 kHz)


-3 dB, 0 dB, +1 dB @20 Hz20 kHz (MUSIC/SPEECH=MUSIC)
(MONITOR OUT)
-3 dB, 0 dB, +1 dB @80 Hz20 kHz (MUSIC/SPEECH=SPEECH)
(REC OUT)
-3 dB, 0 dB, +1 dB @20 Hz20 kHz, 1 W Output
(MUSIC/SPEECH=MUSIC, without Speaker EQ)
(SPEAKERS L/R)

Total Harmonic Distortion

250W+250W(10%)/4 @10% THD at 1kHz (SPEAKERS L/R)


200W+200W/4 @1% THD at 1kHz (SPEAKERS L/R)

116dB (1m)

( @1kHz)
-3dB, 0dB, +1dB @20Hz20kHz (MUSIC/SPEECH=MUSIC)
(MONITOR OUT)
-3dB, 0dB, +1dB @80Hz20kHz (MUSIC/SPEECH=SPEECH)
(REC OUT)
-3dB, 0dB, +1dB @20Hz20kHz, 1W
(MUSIC/SPEECH=MUSIC, EQ)
(SPEAKERS L/R)

0.5 % @20 Hz, 1 kHz, 20 kHz, +14 dBu GAIN=nominal


(MONITOR OUT, REC OUT)

0.5% @20Hz, 1kHz, 20kHz +14dBu GAIN=


(MONITOR OUT, REC OUT)

Hum & Noise (Equivalent Input Noise, Rs=150 , MIC/LINE=MIC)

&(, Rs=150, MIC/LINE=MIC)

-106 dBu (CH1/2)


-112 dBu (CH3/4)
-65 dBu Residual output noise (SPEAKERS L/R)

Crosstalk (1 kHz)
-70 dB between input channels

Phantom Voltage
+15 V (CH14)

LIMIT/COMP switch
ON=Comp, OFF=Limit (CH1/2)

Power Consumption
65 W

Weight
24 kg (Speaker x 2 + Powered Mixer)

Stereo Input Channel Equalization


15 dB
HIGH 10 kHz shelving
LOW 100 Hz shelving

Accessories
Power Cable, Speaker Cable, Owners Manual

Option
Microphone

Speakers (500S)
Enclosure
2 way bass-reflex type, Polypropylene, Black

Crossover Frequency
4.0 kHz (LF: 12 dB/oct, HF: 12 dB/oct)

Frequency Range
55 Hz20 kHz (-10 dB)

Speaker Unit
LF: 10" (25 cm) Cone
HF: 1" (2.54 cm) Compression Driver

-106dBu (CH1/2)
-112dBu (CH3/4)
-65dBu (SPEAKERS L/R)

(1 kHz)
-70 dB

+15V (CH1-4)

LIMIT/COMP
ON=, OFF=(CH1/2)

65 W

24 kg (2)

(15 dB)
HIGH: 10kHz
LOW: 100Hz

(500S)

2-way, ,

4.0kHz (LF:12dB/oct, HF:12dB/oct)

55Hz20kHz (-10dB)

LF: 10" (25 cm)


HF: 1" (2.54 cm)

STAGEPAS 500

PANEL LAYOUT

MASTER

q [AC IN] jack ([AC IN])


w [POWER] switch ([POWER])
e [SPEAKERS L/R] jacks (for included speakers (500S) only)
([SPEAKERS L/R]((500S)))
r [REC OUT L/R] jacks ([REC OUT L/R])
t [MONITOR OUT L(MONO)/R] jacks
([MONITOR OUT L(MONO)/R])
y Channel input jacks (CH 1 to 4)
( (CH 14))
u Stereo channel input jacks (CH 5/6, 7/8, 9/10)
((CH 5/67/89/10))
i [MIC/LINE] switches ([MIC/LINE])
o [PHANTOM] switch ([PHANTOM])

!0
!1
!2
!3
!4
!5
!6
!7
!8
!9

5/6

7/8

9/10

[LIMIT/COMP] switches ([LIMIT/COMP])


Equalizer [HIGH]/[LOW] (EQ())
[REVERB] switches ([REVERB])
[REVERB] control ([REVERB])
[LEVEL] controls ([LEVEL])
[MASTER LEVEL] control
([MASTER LEVEL])
[SPEECH/MUSIC] switch
([SPEECH/MUSIC])
[MONITOR OUT] control
([MONITOR OUT])
[LEVEL] meter ([LEVEL])
[POWER] indicator ([POWER])

DIMENSIONS
Mixer

2
1
MASTER

175

152

342

2-M8 x 25

330

544.5

5/6

7/8

9/10

Speaker

111.5

298

120

Unit: mm

STAGEPAS 500

CIRCUIT BOARD LAYOUT


Front view

Right side view


Speaker HF <Tweeter>
HF <>

NETWORK

NETWORK

POWER
DSP

CONTROL1 (1/3)

CONTROL2 (2/3)

CONTROL3 (3/3)

AMP
JACK

Speaker LF <Woofer>
LF <>

Rear view
CONTROL1 (1/3)

POWER

CONTROL2 (2/3)

DSP

CONTROL3 (3/3)
AMP

JACK

STAGEPAS 500

DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURE
1.

Front Grille Assembly

1.

Ass'y 1

1-1

1-1

(Time required: About 1 minute)


Remove the four (4) screws marked [190]. The front
grille assembly can then be removed. (Fig. 1)

[190]4Ass'y
1

2.
2.

Speaker LF (Woofer)

2-1
2-2

LF
2
Ass'y 1
[170A] 8 LF
1
LF
LF 1

2-1
2-2
2-3

3.
3-1

3-2
3-3
*

(Time required: About 2 minutes)


Remove the front grille assembly. (See procedure 1)
Remove the eight (8) screws marked [170A]. The
speaker LF (woofer) can then be removed. (Fig. 1)
Remove the wire LF (red/black) attached to the
speaker LF (woofer). (Photo 1)

Front Cabinet Unit, Rear Cabinet Unit


(Time required: About 2 minutes)
Remove the fourteen (14) screws marked [150A].
The front cabinet unit and rear cabinet unit can then
be separated. (Fig. 1, Fig. 2)
Remove the wire LF (red/black) attached to the
speaker LF (woofer). (Photo 1)
Remove the wire HF (yellow/blue) attached to the
speaker HF (tweeter). (Photo 2)
Take care not to open the front cabinet unit and
rear cabinet unit too wide or the speaker LF
(woofer) terminal and speaker HF (tweeter)
terminal may be damaged.

<Front view>

2-3

3.

3-1

[150A] 14

12
LF
LF 1
HF
HF
2

LF
HF

3-2
3-3

<Rear view>

[170A]

[150A]

Front cabinet unit


()

[150A]

[150A]
[190]

Rear cabinet unit


()

[190]

Front grille assembly


(Ass'y)

Speaker LF (Woofer)
(LF ())

[170A]

[150A]

[170A]

[150A]

[190]

[190]

[150A]

[150A]
[170A]

[150A]
[170A]: Bind Head Tapping Screw-PP BIND
5.0X18 BL CR3 (WJ559700)
[190]: Bind Head Tapping Screw-PP BIND
4.0X12 NI-BL (WJ329500)

Fig.1 ( 1)

[150A]: Bind Head Tapping Screw-AA BIND


5.0X45 NI-BL (WJ329900)

Fig.2 ( 2)

STAGEPAS 500

Speaker HF (Tweeter)
(HF())

Speaker LF (Woofer)
(LF())
Wire LF (Black)
(LF())

Wire LF (Red)
(LF())

Wire HF (Yellow)
(HF())

Wire HF (Blue)
(HF())

Photo 1 ( 1)

4.
4-1
4-2

5.
5-1
5-2
5-3

5-4

Photo 2 ( 2)

Speaker HF (Tweeter)

4.

HF

(Time required: About 3 minutes)


Separate the front cabinet unit and rear cabinet unit.
(See procedure 3)
Remove the two (2) screws marked [140]. The
speaker HF (tweeter) can then be removed from
the front cabinet unit. (Photo 3)

4-1

3
[140] 2
HF
3

Network Assembly, NETWORK Circuit


Board (Time required: About 4 minutes)

5.

Separate the front cabinet unit and rear cabinet unit.


(See procedure 3)
Remove the SP connector assembly from the
network assembly. (Photo 4)
Remove the four (4) screws marked [30]. The
network assembly can then be removed from the
rear cabinet unit. (Photo 4)
Remove the four (4) screws marked [N40]. The
NETWORK circuit board can then be removed.
(Photo 4-1)

5-1

<Rear view>

4-2

Ass'yNETWORK
4

3
Ass'y SP
4
[30]4
Ass'y 4
[N40] 4 NETWORK
4-1

5-2
5-3
5-4

Network assembly
(Ass'y)

SP connector assembly
(SP)

Front cabinet unit


()
[140]

Rear cabinet unit


()
[30]
[30]

[30]:

Bind Head Tapping Screw-BB BIND


3.0X10 NI-BL (WJ329200)

Photo 4 ( 4)
Speaker HF
(Tweeter)
(HF
())

y
Network AssemblyAss
NETWORK

[N40]

[140]: Bind Head Tapping Screw-BB BIND


4.0X20 NI-BL (WJ329100)

Photo 3 ( 3)

[N40]

[N40]: Pan Head Tapping Screw-BB PAN


3.0X8 CR3 (WJ329000)

Photo 4-1 ( 4-1)

STAGEPAS 500

6.

Mixer Assembly, Cover Mold Assembly

6-1

7.
7-1
7-2

7-3
7-4

(Time required: About 1 minute)


Rotate the two (2) straight slots on the fastener
heads with a coin driver or minus driver until each
straight slot is in alignment with the OPEN position.
The mixer assembly or cover mold assembly can
then be removed. (Photo 5)

6.
6-1

JACK Circuit Board

7.

(Time required: About 1 minute)


Remove the mixer assembly or cover mold
assembly. (See procedure 6)
Remove the three (3) screws marked [50A]. The
mount bracket assembly can then be removed
together with the JACK circuit board. (Photo 6)
Remove the SP connector assembly from the JACK
circuit board. (Photo 6-1)
Remove the hexagonal nut marked [210a]. The
JACK circuit board can then be removed from the
mount bracket assembly. (Photo 6-1)

7-1
7-2
7-3
7-4

Ass'y Ass'y
1

2
OPENAss'y
Ass'y 5

JACK 1
Ass'y Ass'y
6
[50A] 3 JACK
Ass'y 6
JACK SP 6-1
[210a]1
Ass'y JACK
6-1
Fastner head
()

Fastner head
()

Coin driver or minus driver


(
)

Fastner head
()

Fastner head
()

Fastner head
()

Mixer assembly
(Ass'y)

Cover mold assembly


(Ass'y)

Photo 5 ( 5)

[210a]

Mount bracket assembly


(Ass'y)

Mount bracket assembly


(Ass'y)

[50A]
[50A]: Bind Head Tapping Screw-PP BIND
4.0X12 NI-BL (WJ329500)

Photo 6 ( 6)

JACK

SP connector assembly
(SP)
[210a]: Hexagonal NutM15.0 BL

Photo 6-1 ( 6-1)

STAGEPAS 500

8.
8-1
8-2

Rear Case

8.

(Time required: About 2 minutes)


Remove the mixer assembly. (See procedure 6)
Remove the eight (8) screws marked [400]. The rear
case can then be removed from the mixer assembly.
(Photo 7)

8-1
8-2

2
Ass'y 6
[400] 8 Ass'y
7

9.

Shield Bracket 2

9.

9-1
9-2
9-3

(Time required: About 2 minutes)


Remove the mixer assembly. (See procedure 6)
Remove the rear case. (See procedure 8)
Remove the four (4) screws marked [380]. The
shield bracket 2 can then be removed. (Photo 8)

9-1
9-2
9-3

2 2
Ass'y 6
8
[380]42
8

10.

POWER Circuit Board

10.

10-1
10-2
10-3
10-4

(Time required: About 3 minutes)


Remove the mixer assembly. (See procedure 6)
Remove the rear case. (See procedure 8)
Remove the shield bracket 2. (See procedure 9)
Remove the six (6) screws marked [290]. The POWER
circuit board can then be removed. (Photo 9)

10-1
10-2
10-3
10-4

Mixer AssemblyAss
y

POWER 3
Ass'y 6
8
2 9
[290] 6 POWER
9

Shield bracket 2 (2)

[400]

[380]

[380]

Rear case ()

[400]
[380]: Bind Head Tapping Screw-BB BIND
3.0X8 CR3 (AAX61980)

[400]: Hexagonal Tapping Screw-B B


3.0X8 NI-BL (AAX62010)

Photo 8 ( 8)

Photo 7 ( 7)

[290]

POWER

[290]

[290]: Pan Head Tapping Screw-BB PAN3.0X8 CR3 (WJ329000)

Photo 9 ( 9)

STAGEPAS 500

11.
11-1
11-2
11-3
11-4

DSP Circuit Board

11.

(Time required: About 2 minutes)


Remove the mixer assembly. (See procedure 6)
Remove the rear case. (See procedure 8)
Remove the shield bracket 2. (See procedure 9)
Remove the DSP circuit board from the connectors
CN27 and CN33 of the CONTROL2 (2/3) circuit
board. (Photo 10)

11-1
11-2
11-3
11-4

CONTROL2 (2/3)

DSP 2
Ass'y 6
8
2 9
CONTROL2 (2/3)CN27CN33
DSP 10

[CN32]

[CN33]
DSP

[CN27]

[CN28]

Photo 10 ( 10)

12.
12-1
12-2
12-3
12-4
12-5

12-6

12-7

12-8

AMP Circuit Board, CONTROL3 (3/3)


Circuit Board (Time required: About 4 minutes)

12.

Remove the mixer assembly. (See procedure 6)


Remove the rear case. (See procedure 8)
Remove the shield bracket 2. (See procedure 9)
Remove the two (2) hexagonal nuts marked [240aA]
from the panel printing side. (Photo 11)
Remove the two (2) screws marked [270]. The
phone bracket can then be removed together with
the AMP circuit board and CONTROL3 (3/3) circuit
board. (Photo 12)
Remove the two (2) screws marked [260A]. The
AMP circuit board and CONTROL3 (3/3) circuit
board can then be removed from the phone bracket.
(Photo 13)
Remove the screw marked [260B]. The AMP circuit
board A can then be removed from the CONTROL3
(3/3) circuit board. (Photo 13)
Remove the screw marked [260C]. The AMP circuit
board B can then be removed from the CONTROL3
(3/3) circuit board. (Photo 13)

12-1
12-2
12-3
12-4
12-5

12-6

12-7
12-8

AMP CONTROL3 (3/3)


4
Ass'y 6
8
2 9
[240aA] 2
11
[ 2 7 0 ] 2 A M P
CONTROL3 (3/3)
12
[260A]2
AMP CONTROL3 (3/3)
13
[260B]1CONTROL3 (3/3)
AMP A 13
[260C]1CONTROL3 (3/3)
AMP B 13

CONTROL3 (3/3)

Panel assembly
(Ass'y)

[240aA]
[270]

AMP

[270]

Phone bracket ()

[240aA]: Hexagonal NutM15.0 BL

Photo 11 ( 11)

10

[270]: Bind Head Tapping Screw-BB BIND


3.0X8 CR3 (AAX61980)

Photo 12 ( 12)

STAGEPAS 500

[260A]

[260B]

[260C]

[260A]

CONTROL3 (3/3)

AMP B
Phone bracket
()

AMP A

[260A], [260B], [260C]: Bind Head Tapping Screw-BB BIND3.0X8 CR3 (AAX61980)

Photo 13 ( 13)

13.
13-1
13-2
13-3

13-4

13-5

Shield Bracket 1 Assembly


(Time required: About 4 minutes)
Remove the mixer assembly. (See procedure 6)
Remove the rear case. (See procedure 8)
Remove the two (2) each screws marked [P30]. The
two (2) handles can then be removed. (Photo 14,
Photo15, Photo16)
Remove the six (6) screws marked [170B] and two
(2) hexagonal nuts marked [240aB] from the panel
printing side. (Photo 17)
Remove the shield bracket 2. (See procedure 9)

13.

1 Ass'y

13-1
13-2
13-3
13-4
13-5

4
Ass'y 6
8
[P30] 2 2
14 15 16
[170B] 6 [240aB]
2 17
2 9

[P30]

[P30]: Bind Head Screw BINDM3.0X8 CR3


(AAX61910)

Photo 14 ( 14)

[P30]
[P30]: Bind Head Screw BINDM3.0X8 CR3
(AAX61910)

Photo 15 ( 15)
[170B]

[240aB]

Panel assembly
(Ass'y)

Handle ()
1
5
6
2

Photo 16 ( 16)

[170B]

[170B]: Bind Head Tapping Screw-BB BIND


3.0X10 NI-BL (WJ329200)
[240aB]: Hexagonal NutM15.0 BL

Photo 17 ( 17)

11

STAGEPAS 500

13-6

Disconnect the connectors CN801, CN802 and


CN803 of the POWER circuit board and the connector
CN542 of the CONTROL3 (3/3) circuit board. The
shield bracket 1 assembly (including AMP circuit
board, CONTROL3 (3/3) circuit board and POWER
circuit board) can then be removed. (Photo 18)
When installing the shield bracket 1 assembly,
tighten the screws marked [170B] in numerical
order ( ). (Photo 17)

Shield bracket 1
(1) [CN803]

[CN801]

CONTROL3 (3/3)

13-6

POWER CN801CN802CN803
CONTROL3 (3/3) CN542
1 Ass'yAMP
CONTROL3 (3/3)POWER
18
1 Ass'y
[170B]
17

Shield Bracket 1 Assembly1 Ass'y

POWER

CONTROL3 (3/3)

AMP

AMP

[CN542]

Shield bracket 1
(1)
POWER

[CN802]

Photo 18 ( 18)

14.
14-1
14-2
14-3
14-4
14-5

14.

CONTROL1 (1/3) Circuit Board


(Time required: About 8 minutes)
Remove the mixer assembly. (See procedure 6)
Remove the rear case. (See procedure 8)
Remove the shield bracket 2. (See procedure 9)
Remove the shield bracket 1 assembly.
(See procedure 13)
Remove the ten (10) hexagonal nuts marked [140a],
ten (10) flat washers marked [140b] and ten (10)
screws marked [150B] from the panel printing side.
(Photo 19)

[140a], [140b]

CONTROL1 (1/3) 8
Ass'y 6
8
2 9
1 Ass'y
13
14-5 [140a] 10
[140b] 10 [150B] 10
19
14-1
14-2
14-3
14-4

[150B]

[150B]

Panel assembly
(Ass'y)

[140a], [140b]

[140a], [140b]

[140a], [140b]

[140a]: Hexagonal NutM11.0


[140b]: Flat WasherM9.2
[150B]: Bind Head Tapping Screw-BB BIND3.0X10 NI-BL (WJ329200)

Photo 19 ( 19)

12

STAGEPAS 500

14-6

Remove the CONTROL1 (1/3) circuit board from


the connectors CN21 and CN26 of the CONTROL2
(2/3) circuit board. (Photo 20)
The four (4) push buttons marked [120] and four
(4) push spacers marked [130] are not parts of
the CONTROL1 (1/3) circuit board. When
replacing the CONTROL1 (1/3) circuit board, be
sure to remove these parts and attach them to
the new CONTROL1 (1/3) circuit board. (Photo 21)

CONTROL1 (1/3)

14-6

CONTROL2 (2/3)CN21CN26
CONTROL1 (1/3) 20
[120] 4 [130]
4CONTROL1 (1/3)
CONTROL1 (1/3)

CONTROL1 (1/3)
21

[120]: Push button


()

[CN22]

[CN25]
[CN21]

[CN26]

[130]: Push spacer


()

CONTROL2 (2/3)

CONTROL1 (1/3)

Photo 21 ( 21)
Photo 20 ( 20)

15.
15-1
15-2
15-3
15-4
15-5
15-6
15-7

CONTROL2 (2/3) Circuit Board

15.

(Time required: About 9 minutes)


Remove the mixer assembly. (See procedure 6)
Remove the rear case. (See procedure 8)
Remove the shield bracket 2. (See procedure 9)
Remove the DSP circuit board. (See procedure 11)
Remove the shield bracket 1 assembly.
(See procedure 13)
Remove the CONTROL1 (1/3) circuit board.
(See procedure 14)
Remove the seven (7) volume knobs (white) marked
[80] and the volume knob (red) marked [90] from
the panel printing side. (Photo 22)

15-1
15-2
15-3
15-4
15-5

CONTROL2 (2/3) 9
Ass'y 6
8
2 9
DSP 11
1 Ass'y
13
15-6 CONTROL1 (1/3)14
15-7 [80] VR7 [90]
VR1 22

[90]: Volume knob (Red)


(VR())

[80]: Volume knob (White)


(VR())

Panel assembly
(Ass'y)

Photo 22 ( 22)

13

STAGEPAS 500

15-8

Remove the five (5) screws marked [110]. The


CONTROL2 (2/3) circuit board can then be
removed. (Photo 23)
The following parts are not parts of the
CONTROL2 (2/3) circuit board. When replacing
the CONTROL2 (2/3) circuit board, be sure to
remove these parts and attach them to the new
CONTROL2 (2/3) circuit board. (Photo 24)
[40]: Push buttons
7 pcs.
[50B]: Volume knob (S) (white)
1 pc.
[60]: Volume knobs (S) (green) 14 pcs.
[70]: Volume knob (S) (blue)
1 pc.
[110]

CONTROL2 (2/3)

15-8

[110] 5 CONTROL2 (2/3)


23
CONTROL2 (2/3)
CONTROL2 (2/3)

CONTROL2 (2/3)
24
[40]:
7
[50B]: VRS
1
[60]: VRS
14
[70]: VRS
1

[50B]: Volume knob (S) (White) [70]: Volume knob (S) (Blue) (VR(S)())
[40]: Push button ()
(VR(S)())

[110]

[110]: Bind Head Screw BIND


M3.0X8 CR3 (AAX61910)

[40]: Push button


()

16.

16-6
16-7

(Time required: About 5 minutes)


Remove the mixer assembly. (See procedure 6)
Remove the rear case. (See procedure 8)
Remove the shield bracket 2. (See procedure 9)
Remove the shield bracket 1 assembly.
(See procedure 13)
Remove the two (2) connector assemblies
(connector assembly (1P) and connector assembly
(2P)) and earth wire soldered to the power switch
and AC inlet. (Fig. 3)
Remove the power switch by pressing its claws. (Fig. 4)
Remove the AC inlet by pressing its claws. (Fig. 5)

17.

Fan (Time required: About 5 minutes)

17.

17-1
17-2
17-3
17-4

Remove the mixer assembly. (See procedure 6)


Remove the rear case. (See procedure 8)
Remove the shield bracket 2. (See procedure 9)
Remove the shield bracket 1 assembly.
(See procedure 13)
Remove the four (4) screws marked [210]. The fan
can then be removed from the shield bracket 1
assembly. (Photo 25)
The fan is fixed with two-sided tape. Apply
power little by little to remove the fan.

17-1
17-2
17-3
17-4

16-1
16-2
16-3
16-4
16-5

17-5

14

Power Switch, AC Inlet

[60]: Volume knob (S) (Green)


(VR(S)())

Photo 24 ( 24)

Photo 23 ( 23)

16.

CONTROL2 (2/3)

16-1
16-2
16-3
16-4
16-5

16-6
16-7

AC
5
Ass'y 6
8
2 9
1 Ass'y
13
AC
2 1P, 2P
3
4
AC 5

5
Ass'y 6
8
2 9
1 Ass'y
13
17-5 [210] 4 1
Ass'y 25

STAGEPAS 500

Soldering ()
Power switch
()

Panel ()
Connector assembly (1P) (brown)
( 1P ())
Earth wire (green)
( ())

AC inlet
(AC)
(brown)
()

Power switch
()

(blue)
()

Soldering
()

Connector assembly (2P)


( 2P)

Panel ()

Fig.3 ( 3)
Claw ()
Claw ()

Claw
()

Claw ()

AC inlet
(AC)

Panel ()

Fig.5 ( 5)

Fig.4 ( 4)
[210]

Fan ()

Shield bracket 1 assembly


(1 Ass'y)

[210]
[210]: Bind Head Tapping Screw-BB BIND3.0X20 NI-BL (WK008800)

Photo 25 ( 25)

15

STAGEPAS 500

LSI PIN DESCRIPTIONLSI


YMW767-VTZ (X6055A00) CPU (SWL01B)
PIN
NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64

16

NAME

I/O

Vss

I
I
I
I
I
I
O
I
O
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I
O
I
O
I
I
O
I
O
O
O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O

TESTN

PLLBPN
PLLVDD
CIN
PLLVss
TRSTN
TMS
TCK
TDI
TDO
XI
XO
Vss
VDD
ICN
ECSN
EWRN/PD5
ERDN/PD4
EA3/PD3
EA2/PD2
EA1/PD1
EA0/PD0
IOVDD
ED0/PC0
ED1/PC1
ED2/PC2
ED3/PC3
ED4/PC4
ED5/PC5
ED6/PC6
ED7/PC7
Vss
IRQ0N/PH0
TxD0
RxD0
TxD1/PG2
RxD1/PH1
SCLK1/PH2
SDO
SDI/PH3
BCLK
WCLK/SYO
SYSCLK/PG3

Vss
VDD
IOVDD
PA0
PA1
PA2
PA3
PA4
PA5
PA6
PA7
Vss
PB0
PB1
PB2
PB3
PB4
PB5
PB6
PB7/SYI

FUNCTION
Ground
Input for TEST
PLL bypass select
PLL Power supply +2.5 V
Capacitor terminal for PLL
PLL Ground
JTAG input
JTAG output
Crystal oscillator
Crystal oscillator
Ground
Power supply +2.5 V
Hardware reset
CPU I/F chip select
CPU I/F write enable / Port D
CPU I/F read enable / Port D
CPU I/F address bus / Port D
Power supply +3.3 V

CPU I/F data bus / Port C

Ground
Interrupt input / Port H
Serial output
Serial input
Serial output / Port G
Serial input / Port H
External synchronization clock / Port H
Serial output
Serial input / Port H
Bit clock output
Word clock output
Clock output / Port G
Ground
Power supply +2.5 V
Power supply +3.3 V

I/O port A

Ground

I/O port B

DSP: IC1007
PIN
NO.
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
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
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128

NAME

I/O

Vss
IOVDD

O
O
O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O

LBN/LWRN/PF6
UBN/UWRN/PF7

RDN/PF4
MD00
MD08
MD01
MD09
MD02
MD10
MD03
Vss
MD11
MD04
MD12
MD05
MD13
MD06
MD14
MD07
MD15
WRN/PF5
Vss
VDD
IOVDD
MA17
MA16
MA15
MA14
MA13
MA12
MA11
MA10
MA09
MA08
MA07
MA06
MA05
Vss
MA04
MA03
MA02
MA01
CS0N/PG0
MA18
MA19
MA21/PF1
MA22/PF2
MA20
MA23/PF3
CSIN/PG1
MA00/PF0
Vss
VDD
IOVDD
CS2N/PE0
CS3N/PE1
CS4N/CASN/PE2

CS5N/PE3
CS50RDN/PE4
CS51WRN/PE5
CS52WRN/PE6
CS53WRN/RASN/PE7

FUNCTION
Ground
Power supply +3.3 V
External memory lower-byte enable / Port F
External memory upper-byte enable / Port F
External memory read enable / Port F

External memory data bus

Ground

External memory data bus

Ground
Power supply +2.5 V
Power supply +3.3 V

External memory address bus

Ground
External memory address bus
External memory chip select / Port G
External memory address bus
External memory address bus / Port F
External memory address bus
External memory address bus / Port F
External memory chip select / Port G
External memory address bus / Port F
Ground
Power supply +2.5 V
Power supply +3.3 V

External memory chip select / Port E

STAGEPAS 500

AK5381VT (X8575A00) ADC (Analog to Digital Converter)


PIN
NO.

NAME

I/O

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

AINR
AINL
CKS1
VCOM
AGND
VA
VD
DGND

I
I
I
O
-

FUNCTION

Rch Analog input pin


Lch Analog input pin
Mode select 1 pin
Common voltage output pin
Analog ground
Analog power supply +5V
Digital power supply +3.3V
Digital ground

PIN
NO.

NAME

I/O

9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16

SDTO
LRCK
MCLK
SCLK
PDN
DIF
CKS2
CKS0

O
I/O
I
I/O
I
I
I
I

DSP: IC1004
DAC1A:
IC401
FUNCTION

Audio serial data output pin


Output channel clock pin
Master clock input pin
Audio serial data clock pin
Power down mode pin
Audio interface format pin
Mode select 2 pin
Mode select 0 pin

PCM1742EK (X8574A00) DAC (Digital to Analog Converter)


PIN
NO.

NAME

I/O

FUNCTION

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

BCK
DATA
LRCK
DGND
VDD
Vcc
VOUTL
VOUTR

I
I
I
O
O

Audio data bit clock input


Audio data digital input
L-channel and R-channel audio-data latch-enable input
Digital ground
Digital power supply +3.3V
Analog power supply +5V
Analog output for L-channel
Analog output for R-channel

PIN
NO.

NAME

9
AGND
10
VcoM
11 ZEROR/ZEROA
12 ZEROL/NA
13
MD
14
MC
15
ML
16
SCK

DSP: IC1008
DAC1A:
IC401

I/O

FUNCTION

O
O
I
I
I
I

Analog ground
Common voltage decoupling
Zero-flag output for R-channel/Zero-flag output for L-/R-channel
Zero-flag output for L-channel/No assign
Mode control data input
Mode control clock input
Mode control latch input
System clock input

17

STAGEPAS 500

IC BLOCK DIAGRAMIC

FA3641N (X8570A00)
PWM Control

CS

VCC

POWER: IC803
REF 7

5V

ENB
1

FB

REF

IS(+)/IS(-)

VCC

GND

OUT

15.5V
UVLO
15.5V

5V REF

RTRch

6.5 A

0.82V~0.68V
+

VCC

CS

0.9mA
+

8.5V~7.9V

16.5V/9V

0.8V

ENB

3.0V
+

4V

OUT

GND

OUTPUT

FB

PWM
+

Dmax
OSC

70%

FF

RM RT

R
0.24V

RT

IS +

QB
Q

LB1407-E LF (AAX68710)
AC/DC Voltage Level Meter
CONTROL2 (2/3): IC604
12, 11, 10, 9
Vref Vcc Rch
3
Vcc

14

D7

Rch

13

D6

Vref

12

D5

--

IN+

11

D4

IN--

10

D3

OUT

D2

GND

D1

IN +

IN --

OUT

GND

D6

D1

14

13

R7

R6

R1

5.83 k

4.12 k

1 k

-COM
7

-COM
6

COM
1

NJM2068M-D TE1 (AAX62750)


Dual Operational Amplifier

PC494GS-T2-A (X8569A00)
Switching Regulator

CONTROL1 (1/3): IC101, 201, 501, 701, 704


CONTROL2 (2/3): IC102, 104-106, 108, 202,
203, 205, 206, 302, 402,
502, 503, 702, 703, 901,
902
CONTROL3 (3/3): IC541, 542
IC103, 107, 204, 603, 1009,
DSP:
1011

POWER: IC802

Output A
Inverting
Input A
Non-Inverting
Input A
-DC Voltage Supply

18

D7

+V

3
4

+
+

-V

+DC Voltage
Supply

Output B

6
5

Inverting
Input B
Non-Inverting
Input B

Non-Inv. Inv.
Input Input
16

15

Ref
Out

Output
Control

Vcc

C2

E2

E1

14

13

12

11

10

ERROR
AMP
2

ERROR
AMP
1

Non-Inv. Inv.
Input Input

REFERENCE
REGULATOR

OSCILLATOR
0.1V
3

FeedBack

DeadTime
Control

CT

RT

GND

C1

STAGEPAS 500

INSPECTIONS
1.

Test Conditions
Measuring Voitage:

AC 100 V 50/60 Hz (J)


AC 120 V 60 Hz (U, C)
AC 230 V 50 Hz (B, H)
AC 220 V 50 Hz (O)
Load:
4
Input:
1 KHz
MASTER LEVEL VR VR:
MAX.
Tone-control VR VR:
HIGH, LOW = All channel Center.
REVERB SW SW:
All channel OFF.
REVERB level VR:
MIN.
SPEECH/MUSIC SW / SW: MUSIC
LIMIT/COMP SW / SW:
LIMIT
USE MEASUREMENT FILTER:
DIN-Audio
PHANTOM SW SW:
OFF
NOTE:
q Use a low pass filter (20 KHz) to measure noise at the SP jack (SPEAKERS).
SP SPEAKERS20 KHz
w The sleeve of the SPEAKERS Lch is the hot terminal. So, pay attention not to let it
contact GND.
SPEAKERS Lch
Sleeve
Tip

2.

Electric Characteristic

ITEM

1 OUTPUT POWER

INPUT CONDITIONS

INPUT1-SW=LINE
INPUT1-LEVEL=NOMINBAL

INPUT1-SW=LINE
INPUT1-LEVEL=MAX.

No.

T. H. D.

INPUT1-SW=LINE
INPUT1-LEVEL=MAX.

OUTPUT CONDITIONS

SP OUT:
L, R
1 %THD OUTPUT
1 %
20-20KHz FILTER
SP OUT:
L, R
50 W OUTPUT
50 W
MONITOR OUT:
L, R
+14 dBu OUTPUT
(Load: 10 k)

NOMINAL

210 W

LIMIT

>200 W

0.5 %

<1 %

0.1 %

<0.5 %

27

STAGEPAS 500

ITEM

3 INPUT SENSITIVITY

No.

INPUT CONDITIONS

INPUT 1, 2, 3, 4 (Each)
INPUT=XLR
INPUT-SW=LINE
INPUT-LEVEL=MAX.

OUTPUT CONDITIONS

SP OUT:
L, R
REF: 200 W OUTPUT
MONITOR OUT:
L
+4 dBu OUTPUT
(Load: 10 k)
MONITOR OUT:
L
+4 dBu OUTPUT
(Load: 10 k)

INPUT 1, 2, 3, 4 (Each)
INPUT=XLR
INPUT-SW=MIC
INPUT-LEVEL=MAX.
INPUT 1, 2, 3, 4 (Each)
L
INPUT=PHONE
INPUT-SW=LINE
INPUT-LEVEL=MAX.
INPUT 5 and 6, 7 and 8
L, R
(Each pair)
INPUT=PHONE, RCA
INPUT-LEVEL=MAX.
INPUT 9 and 10 (Each)
REC OUT:
L, R
INPUT=RCA
-10 dBV OUTPUT
INPUT-LEVEL=MAX.
(Load: 10 k)
4 LIMIT/COMP SW
INPUT 1, 2
MONITOR OUT:
L
/ INPUT=PHONE
+4 dBu OUTPUT
INPUT-SW=LINE
(Load: 10 k)
INPUT-LEVEL=MAX.
LIMIT/COMP SW=COMP
5 FREQUENCY
INPUT:
60 Hz
SP OUT:
L, R
RESPONSE
1, 2, 3, 4 (Each)
REF: 1 KHz, 1W OUTPUT

INPUT=XLR
: 1 KHz, 1W
INPUT-SW=LINE
10 KHz
INPUT-LEVEL=MAX.
INPUT:
60 Hz
SP OUT:
L, R
5 and 6, 7 and 8,
REF: 1 KHz, 1W OUTPUT
9 and 10 (Each pair)
: 1 KHz, 1W
INPUT=PHONE, RCA
10 KHz
INPUT-LEVEL=MAX.
6 TONE-CONTROL
INPUT 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10
REF: 300 mV RECOUT
CHARACTERISTIC
(Each)
: 300 mV RECOUT
LOW=MIN.
(Load: 10 k)
REF: 30 Hz, LOW VR CENTER
INPUT 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10
(Each)
LOW=MAX.
REF: 30 Hz, LOW VR CENTER
INPUT 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10
(Each)
HIGH=MIN.
REF: 30 KHz, HIGH VR CENTER
INPUT 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10
(Each)
HIGH=MAX.
REF: 30 KHz, HIGH VR CENTER
INPUT1
HIGH, LOW VR CENTER
SPEECH/MUSIC=SPEECH
REF: 80 Hz, MUSIC MODE

28

NOMINAL

-23 dBu

LIMIT

-23 dBu2 dB

-30 dBu

-30 dBu2 dB

-60 dBu

-60 dBu2 dB

-20 dBu

-20 dBu2 dB

-20 dBu

-20 dBu2 dB

-20 dBu

-20 dBu2 dB

-25 dBu

-24 dBu2 dB

+5.0 dB

+4.02 dB

+1 dB

+12 dB

+5.0 dB

+4.02 dB

+1 dB

+12 dB

-15.0 dB

-15.02 dB

+15.0 dB

+15.02 dB

-15.0 dB

-15.02 dB

+15.0 dB

+15.02 dB

-3.0 dB

-3.02 dB

STAGEPAS 500

ITEM

7 CROSSTALK

No.

SIGNAL TO NOISE
RATIO

9 RESIDUAL NOISE

10

PHANTOM VOLTAGE

11 LEVEL METER
INDICATION

12 POWER CONSUMPTION

INPUT CONDITIONS

INPUT 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 to
Adjacent INPUT
CH
HIGH, LOW VR CENTER
INPUT SHORT

INPUT-SW=LINE
MASTER-LEVEL=MIN.
SW-MIC
INPUT=XLR
INPUT IMPEDANCE=150
PHANTOM SW=ON
INPUT1

OUTPUT CONDITIONS

SP OUT:
REF: 1 KHz, 200 W OUTPUT
: 1 KHz, 200 W
(MEASURE WITH 20 KHz LPF)
SP OUT:
SP OUT
REF: 100 W OUTPUT MONITOR
: 100 W
OUT
SP OUT

NOMINAL

75 dB

LIMIT

>70 dB

53dB
95dB

>50 dB
>90 dB

-54 dBu

<-50 dBu

SP OUT
(MEASURE WITH 20 KHz LPF AES17)
CH1-4 XLR w-q
e-q
SP OUT:
REF: LEVEL METER=0
LEVEL METER0
SP OUT:
REF: 25 W OUTPUT

-70 dBu

<-65 dBu

15V

15V1V

22 dBu

22 dBu2 dB

90 W

<93 W

(NOTE): 0 dBu=0.775 V

3.

Overload Protection
The product shall be set to 25 W output on SP OUT.
When + and - of SP OUT short-circuit, the product should stop the output and should blink POWER LED.
* Cycle power (turn off and then on the POWER switch) to return to normal operation.
SP OUT 25 W SP OUT SP OUT POWER LED

POWER OFF ON

DC Detection Circuit ProtectionDC


When DC is detected in AMP output, the power latch circuit is activated to turn off the power. In this case, it is
impossible to turn on the power until the power switch is turned off to discharge the capacitors C806 to C809. (It will
take about 10 minutes to discharge.)
AMP DC OFF POWER
OFF C806 C809 10

Temperature Elevation Protection


When the temperature of the TH803 (temperature of the heat sink) is 70 C or more, the protection circuit is activated
to turn off the output. The output will be automatically turned on when the temperature comes down.
TH803 70 OFF

POWER Circuit Board

TH803

Part of the TH803


TH803

29

STAGEPAS 500

4.

Limiter Indication
The product shall be set to 32 dBu output on SP OUT.
Then, LIMITER LED(RED) should light on and all LEDs of LEVEL meter should light on.
SP OUT 32 dBu LIMITER LEDLEVEL LED

ADJUSTMENT OF AMPLIFIER UNIT


1.
2.

Connect a 4 of dummy resistor to the SPEAKERS


jacks.
After turning on the power, wait more than 60
seconds until performance is stabilized. Then, adjust
the trimmer potentiometer to make the voltage
across the dummy resistor 3 mV or less.

1.
2.

SPEAKERS4
ON 60
3 mV

AMP Circuit Board

Part of the trimmer potentiometer

FACTORY SETTING
POWER switchPOWER :
MASTER LEVEL volumeMASTER LEVEL :
LEVEL CH 1-10 volumeLEVEL CH 1-10 :
SPEECH/MUSIC switchSPEECH/MUSIC :
REVERB switchREVERB :
LIMIT/COMP switchLIMIT/COMP :
REVERB volumeREVERB :
MONITOR OUT volumeMONITOR OUT :
Equalizer HIGH, LOW volume HIGH, LOW :
MIC/LINE switchMIC/LINE :
PHANTOM switchPHANTOM :

30

OFF
MIN.
MIN.
MUSIC
OFF
LIMIT
MIN.
MIN.
CENTER
MIC
OFF

STAGEPAS 500

TROUBLE SHOOTING

Points marked by A to L in the figure of circuit board are the points to be checked as indicated by the
same marks in the flowchart on the next page or after.
A L

POWER Circuit Board

D , E , F
to CONTROL2
(2/3)-CN1

B ,C

AC IN

Component side

CONTROL3 (3/3) Circuit Board

K
H

Component side
31

STAGEPAS 500

Trouble

Shooting (POWER circuit board)

Note: Check and repair must be done carefully, otherwise the electrical shock may be caused.
[ ]
START

< Fuse: Primary >

A
F801 (Fuse)
OPEN ?

Yes

< Power Supply: -VB >

< Power Supply: +15 V >

< Power Supply: +5 V >

< Power Supply: -15 V >

B
CN804: 1 pin
<+VB> about +44 V(DC)
?

No

Yes

CN804: 3 pin
<-VB> about -44 V(DC)
?
Yes

No

CN802: 2 pin
about +15 V (DC)
?
Yes

No

CN802: 3 pin
about +5 V (DC)
?
Yes

No

CN802: 1 pin
about -15 V (DC)
?
Yes

*Discharge [ ]: +VB,-VB
820 3W
PGND

+VB (-VB)

discharge 1 minute [1]

< Power Circuit Board >

No Load []

No

< Power Supply: +VB >

Check
IC804,D816-819
and peripheral
IC804,D816-819

Check
IC806 and peripheral
IC806

Check
IC805,D816-819
and peripheral

No

IC805,D816-819

*Disconnect AC plug from the wall outlet


before discharging electricity.
[AC
]

< CONTROL3 (3/3) Circuit Board >

Connect the circuit boards. ("CONTROL3 (3/3): CN804-CN541", "AMP (L ch)", "AMP (R ch)")
"CONTROL3 (3/3): CN804-CN541""AMP (L ch)""AMP (R ch)"

< L ch: VDR >

CN543: 3 pin
<VDR> about -35 V (DC)
?
[ AMP ]
Yes
GND: 2124 820/50V (+)

< R ch: VDR >

Check
Q556,D543,R594,R595
Q556,D543,R594,R595

CN545: 3 pin
<VDR> about -35 V (DC)
?
[ AMP ]
Yes
GND: 2124 820/50V (+)
1

32

No

No

Check
Q557,D544,R596,R597
Q557,D544,R596,R597

STAGEPAS 500

< FAN > < Signal Path > < Power LED >
Connect the circuit boards("CONTROL1 (1/3)", "DSP", "CONTROL2 (2/3):CN542-CN24") and a fan.
"CONTROL1(1/3)""DSP""CONTROL2(2/3):CN542-CN24" FAN

Yes

Power LED=BLINKING
[]
?
No

POWER switch: OFF

ON

No
Power LED=BLINKING
[]
?
No ( Q549: ON )
Yes

I
Power LED = ON
[]
?

Yes
( Q549: OFF )

CN544: 11 pin
(CN546: 11 pin)
OUTPUT OK
?

( Q545: OFF )
Q545:
No
Base = 0.6 V (DC)
?

AMP

J
No

Power LED = ON
[]
?
Yes

Yes

Replace the AMP circuit boards.


AMP

Yes ( Q545: ON )
< AMP:Operate Mode>

Replace the AMP circuit boards.


AMP

Q548: ON
No

Check
R564566, 568,569,572,573
R580583, 598
Q541545, 548
C561

L
Q548:
Base = 0 V
?
Q548:OFF
Yes

Check
R577579, 584587
Q550553
C563, 564

R564566,568,569,572,573
R580583,598
Q541545,548
C561

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No

Remove the AMP circuit boards.

R577579, 584587
Q550553
C563,564

Check
R563,567,570,571,574576, 535
Q546,547,558,559
C559,562,
D541,542

2
Replace the POWER circuit board.

R563,567,570,571,574576,535
Q546,547,558,559
C559,562,
D541,542

POWER

END

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