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MANUAL MODEL: LCS500UNSERVICE

MANUAL MODEL: LCS500UNSERVICE Internal Use Only Website http://biz.lgservice.com CAR CD/MP3/WMA RECEIVER SERVICE MANUAL

Internal Use Only Website http://biz.lgservice.com

CAR CD/MP3/WMA RECEIVER SERVICE MANUAL

MODEL: LCS500UN

CAUTION

BEFORE SERVICING THE UNIT, READ THE “SAFETY PRECAUTIONS” IN THIS MANUAL.

P/NO : AFN74552074 DECEMBER, 2010

P/NO : AFN74552074

DECEMBER, 2010

P/NO : AFN74552074 DECEMBER, 2010
P/NO : AFN74552074 DECEMBER, 2010
P/NO : AFN74552074 DECEMBER, 2010
P/NO : AFN74552074 DECEMBER, 2010
P/NO : AFN74552074 DECEMBER, 2010
P/NO : AFN74552074 DECEMBER, 2010
P/NO : AFN74552074 DECEMBER, 2010
P/NO : AFN74552074 DECEMBER, 2010

SECTION 1

CONTENTS

SUMMARY

SERVICING PRECAUTIONS

1-2

ESD PRECAUTIONS

1-3

SPECIFICATIONS

1-4

LOCATION OF USERS CONTROLS 1-5

1-6

HOW TO CONNECT AUDIO SET TO POWER SUPPLY 1-7

FIRMWARE UPGRADE METHOD

SECTION 2

ELECTRICAL

ELECTRICAL TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE & WAVEFORMS

2-1

1. SYSTEM CONTROL ERROR CORRECTION FLOW CHART

2-1

2. SOUND ERROR CORRECTION FLOW CHART

2-4

3. DISPLAY ERROR CORRECTION FLOW CHART

2-7

4. TUNER ERROR CORRECTION FLOW CHART

2-10

5. CDP ERROR CORRECTION FLOW CHART

2-11

6. USB ERROR CORRECTION FLOW CHART

2-14

7. BLUETOOTH ERROR CORRECTION FLOW CHART (OPTIONAL)

2-16

8. AUX ERROR CORRECTION FLOW CHART

2-17

• WAVEFORMS

 

2-18

• CIRCUIT VOLTAGE CHART

2-20

INTERNAL BLOCK DIAGRAM OF ICs

2-23

1. IC301

(HA13173AH)

2-23

2. IC801

(TB2946HQ)

2-25

3. IC802

(BD3702FV)

2-26

4. IC901

(MC5502)

2-27

WIRING DIAGRAM

 

2-29

BLOCK DIAGRAM

2-31

CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS

2-33

1. MAIN CIRCUIT DIAGRAM

2-33

2. FRONT CIRCUIT DIAGRAM

2-35

3. CDP CIRCUIT DIAGRAM

 

2-37

PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD DIAGRAMS

2-39

1. MAIN P.C.BOARD

 

2-39

2. FRONT P.C.BOARD

2-41

3. CDP P.C.BOARD

2-43

SECTION 3

EXPLODED VIEWS

1. CABINET AND MAIN FRAME SECTION

3-1

2. MECHANISM(PICK-UP) SECTION

3-3

SECTION 4

REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST

1. CABINET AND MAIN FRAME SECTION 3-1 2. MECHANISM(PICK-UP) SECTION 3-3 SECTION 4 REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST

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1. CABINET AND MAIN FRAME SECTION 3-1 2. MECHANISM(PICK-UP) SECTION 3-3 SECTION 4 REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST

SECTION 1

SUMMARY

SERVICING PRECAUTIONS

1. Always disconnect the power source before:

1) Removing or reinstalling any component, circuit board, module or any other instrument assembly. 2) Disconnecting or reconnecting any instrument electrical plug or other electrical connection. 3) Connecting a test substitute in parallel with an electrolytic capacitor in the instrument. CAUTION: A wrong part substitution or incorrect polarity installation of electrolytic capacitors may result in an explosion hazard.

2. Do not defeat any plug/socket B+ voltage interlocks with which instruments covered by this service manual might be equipped.

3. Do not apply power to this instrument and or any of its electrical assemblies unless all solid-state de- vice heat sinks are correctly installed.

4. Always connect a test instrument’s ground lead to the instrument chassis ground before connecting the test instrument positive lead. Always remove the test instrument ground lead last.

1) The service precautions are indicated or printed on the cabinet, chassis or components. When servicing, follow the printed or indicated service precautions and service materials. 2) The Components used in the unit have a speci ed con ammability and dielectric strength. When replacing any components, use components which have the same ratings. Components marked in the circuit diagram are important for safety or for the characteristics of the unit. Always replace with the exact components. 3) An insulation tube or tape is sometimes used and some components are raised above the printed writing board for safety. The internal wiring is sometimes clamped to prevent contact with heating components. Install them as they were. 4) After servicing always check that the removed screws, components and wiring have been installed correctly and that the portion around the service part has not been damaged. Further check the insulation between the blades of attachment plug and accessible conductive parts.

not been damaged. Further check the insulation between the blades of attachment plug and accessible conductive

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not been damaged. Further check the insulation between the blades of attachment plug and accessible conductive

ESD PRECAUTIONS

Electrostatically Sensitive Devices (ESD)

Some semiconductor (solid state) devices can be damaged easily by static electricity. Such components com- monly are called electrostatically sensitive devices (ESD). Examples of typical ESD devices are integrated circuits and some eld-effect transistors and semiconductor chip components. The following techniques should be used to help reduce the incidence of component damage caused by static electricity.

1. Immediately before handling any semiconductor component or semiconductor-equipped assembly, drain off any electrostatic charge on your body by touching a know earth ground. Alternatively, obtain and wear a com- mercially available discharging wrist strap device, 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 ESD devices, place the assembly on a conductive surface such as aluminum foil, to prevent electrostatic charge buildup or exposure of the assembly.

3. Use only a grounded-tip soldering iron to solder or unsolder ESD devices.

4. Use only an anti-static solder removal device. Some solder removal devices not classi ed as “anti-static” can generate electrical charges suf cient to damage ESD devices.

5. Do not use freon-propelled chemicals These can generate electrical charges suf cient to damage ESD de- vices.

6. Do not remove a replacement ESD device from its protective package until immediately before you are ready to install it. (Most replacement ESD devices are packaged with leads electrically shorted together by conductive foam, aluminum foil or comparable conductive materials).

7. Immediately before removing the protective material from the leads of a replacement ESD device, touch the protective material to the chassis or circuit assembly into which the device will by installed. CAUTION : BE SURE NO POWER IS APPLIED TO THE CHASSIS OR CIRCUIT, AND OBSERVE ALL OTHER SAFETY PRECAUTIONS.

8. Minimize bodily motions when handing unpackaged replacement ESD devices. (Otherwise harmless motion such as the brushing together of your clothes fabric or the lifting of your foot from a carpeted oor can generate static electricity suf cient to damage an ESD device).

CAUTION. GRAPHIC SYMBOLS

THE LIGHTNING FLASH WITH ARROWHEAD SYMBOL. WITHIN AN EQUILATERAL TRIANGLE, IS INTENDED TO ALERT THE
THE LIGHTNING FLASH WITH ARROWHEAD SYMBOL. WITHIN AN EQUILATERAL TRIANGLE,
IS INTENDED TO ALERT THE SERVICE PERSONNEL TO THE PRESENCE OF UNINSULATED
“DANGEROUS VOLTAGE” THAT MAY BE OF SUFFICIENT MAGNITUDE TO CONSTITUTE A
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK.
THE EXCLAMATION POINT WITHIN AN EQUILATERAL TRIANGLE IS INTENED TO ALERT
THE SERVICE PERSONNEL TO THE PRESENCE OF IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION IN
SERVICE LITERATURE.
IS INTENED TO ALERT THE SERVICE PERSONNEL TO THE PRESENCE OF IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION IN SERVICE

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IS INTENED TO ALERT THE SERVICE PERSONNEL TO THE PRESENCE OF IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION IN SERVICE

• GENERAL Output Power Power Source Speaker impedance Ground System Dimensions (W x H x D) Net Weight

• TUNER

FM

Frequency Range

S/N Ratio

Distortion

Usable Sensitivity

AM (MW)

Frequency Range

S/N Ratio

Distortion

Usable Sensitivity

SPECIFICATIONS

53 W x 4 CH (Max.) DC 12 V 4 Negative 178 x 50 x 169 mm (Without Control Panel) 1.22 kg

87.5 ~ 107.9, 87.5 ~ 108 MHz, 65 ~ 74 or 87.5 ~ 108 MHz 55 dB 0.7 % 12 dBµV

520 ~ 1720 or 522 ~ 1620 kHz 50 dB 1.0 % 28 dBµV

• CD Frequency Response S/N Ratio Distortion Channel Separation (1 kHz)

20 Hz ~ 20 kHz 80 dB 0.12 % 55 dB

• AUX Frequency Response S/N Ratio Distortion Channel Separation (1 kHz) Max Input Level (1 kHz)

20 Hz ~ 20 kHz 80 dB 0.1 % 45 dB 1.1 V

• Bluetooth (optional) TX POWER Frequency Range Version

4 dBm 2402 ~ 2480 MHz Bluetooth Speci cation 2.0 + EDR

• USB

Version

USB 1.1

• Line OUT Frequency Response Output Volatage

20 Hz ~ 20 kHz 2 V (Max.)

Subwoofer (optional) Frequency Selecting Output Volatage

55/85/120 Hz 2.0 V (Max.)

Designs and specications are subject to change without notice.

Output Volatage 55/85/120 Hz 2.0 V (Max.) Designs and speci fi cations are subject to change

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Output Volatage 55/85/120 Hz 2.0 V (Max.) Designs and speci fi cations are subject to change

LOCATION OF USERS CONTROLS

FRONT PANEL

A B C D E F G H IJ K L M N O P
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
IJ
K
L
M
N
O
P
Q
R
S
T
U
A [SRC] Selects function sources.
[• OFF] Power on/off.
I
[ ] Releases a disc.
J
[
] Opens the front panel.
B [MENU] Activates setting menu.
K
C Volume knob
[Mute]
Temporarily stops the sound.
• Adjusts volume level.
L
[
] Returns to the previous step.
• Confirms the settings.
• Checking tracks or files in CD mode or preset
stations in TUNER mode.
M
❙- / +❙
Skip / Search / Seek / Tune
D [BAND] Selects a band.
[• TA] Traffic Announcement (OPTIONAL)
Searches stations that have TA/TP information.
N
[FUNC] In each mode, sets playback items.
O
❙❙ Plays and pauses playback.
P
[INT] Intro scan
E Remote Sensor
Q
[RPT] Repeat function
F Display window
R
[SHF] Shuffle
G [EQ] / [• XDSS+]
Improves sound quality.
S
Numeric buttons
Selects a numbered preset station in TUNER
H [DISP]
T
• Press it, you can check the clock time.
[AUX] If connected to other portable player,
you can enjoy musics from it on the unit.
• Press and hold it, you can turn off the display
light.
U
USB port
you can enjoy musics from it on the unit. • Press and hold it, you can

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you can enjoy musics from it on the unit. • Press and hold it, you can

FIRMWARE UPGRADE METHOD

[ MAIN AND CD/USB FIRMWARE UPGRADE ]

1. Conrmation of version information

• Change the Source of audio set to tuner. (Default: tuner)

• Turn power off using power key.

• Press power key for 5 s. (After power on, continue pressing)

• After 5 s, beep sound rings two times. Then version information would show up at display.

• In order to check version of MAIN and CD/USB system, Press band key.

2. Upgrade Program reading

• Insert update CD or USB in ACC on state and

then

LCS Model

CD : [Reading File Check Download?]

USB : [USB Check Download?]

LCF Model

CD : [Reading File Check MN(CD) Down?]

USB : [USB Check MN(CD) Down?] is displayed in order.

3. Upgrade start

• In order to start upgrade, Press LCS Model Preset 1 Key, LCF Model Play/Pause
• In order to start upgrade,
Press
LCS Model
Preset 1 Key,
LCF Model
Play/Pause Key

until “CHECK CD” Display on the LCD.

4. Upgrade progress display

• Upgrade is in progress now. [ CHECK CD ERASE WRITE I-VRF D-VRF ]

5. Upgrade Completion

• When Upgrade nished, the display shows up “DOWN OK”. After a while, the audio set is reset automatically.

• Caution! If power is off on the way of upgrading rmware, the set can’t be recovered. Therefore pay lots of attention for power not to be off.

[ BLUETOOTH FIRMWARE UPGRADE ] - OPTIONAL

1. Insert the burned disc into the LCS700/LCF800, and wait until “DOWNLOAD?” is on LCD.

2. Press “1

and wait until “DOWNLOAD?” is on LCD. 2. Press “1 ” key for about 1 s,

” key for about 1 s, then starts the upgrading process with double beep sound.

3. Upgrading Process is as below Initial Link establishment(LINK ESTAB) DFU initial(DFU INIT.) Link establishment (LINK ESTAB) DFU Preprocess (PREPROCESS) Writing Wait 20Sec Finalize

4. When Upgrading is completed, the upgrading CD is ejected automatically.

5. When the operation malfunctions, “DFU ERROR” appears on LCD for 2 s, then the upgrading CD is ejected automatically.

6. Download won’t be proceeded if the existing rmware is identi ed as same as that of the le downloaded. If so, “UNNECESSARY” or “UNNEEDED” is on LCD for 2 s, then the upgrading CD is ejected automatically.

7. It takes 5~6 min to download.

or “UNNEEDED” is on LCD for 2 s, then the upgrading CD is ejected automatically. 7.

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or “UNNEEDED” is on LCD for 2 s, then the upgrading CD is ejected automatically. 7.

HOW TO CONNECT AUDIO SET TO POWER SUPPLY

• It is sufcient only to supply power for upgrade.

• Shown from the right gure, connect yellow line (Battery) and red line (Ignition) to plus and minus terminal respectively.

• Jack is connected to the audio set via its shapes matched each other.

• We need power supply for operation of audio set (Voltage : 12~15 V Current : Over 2 A) Before connection between set and power supply, adjust voltage level to 15 V typically (It is okay up to 12 V.) Power Supply has a variety of shapes and capacity of voltage and current. At rst check these things.

to 12 V.) Power Supply has a variety of shapes and capacity of voltage and current.
to 12 V.) Power Supply has a variety of shapes and capacity of voltage and current.

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to 12 V.) Power Supply has a variety of shapes and capacity of voltage and current.
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SECTION 2

ELECTRICAL

ELECTRICAL TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE & WAVEFORMS

1. SYSTEM CONTROL ERROR CORRECTION FLOW CHART

Something wrong with the system control?

Something wrong with the system control?

Something wrong with the system control?
Something wrong with the system control?
Something wrong with the system control?
Something wrong with the system control?
No power?

No power?

No power? YES

YES

Checked the Fuse?

YES

Checked the Back up Vdd and Gnd?

YES

Checked the Regulator Back up Vdd ?

YES

Checked the Main Micom B+ Detect ?

YES

Checked the Main Micom Vdd?

YES

Checked the Main Micom GND?

YES

Checked the Main Micom Reset?

YES

Checked the Main Micom X-tal?

YES

Checked the ACC in?

YES

Checked the detachable switch?(LCF Series only)

YES

Checked the Front Panel KEY input?

YES

OK

Series only) YES Checked the Front Panel KEY input? YES OK NO NO NO NO NO

NO

NO

NO

NO

NO

NO

NO

NO

NO

NO

NO

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1A

1B

1C

1D

1E

1F

F301 Inside of CN302

CN302(1, 2, 3)

IC301(15, 14)

IC402(56)

IC402(30, 47, 50, 99, 100)

IC402(20, 51, 97, 98)

IC401, IC402(90)

X401, X402

Q301, R408, IC402(38)

SW402, IC402(87)

IC402(53, 54), LCS Series : PN901(16, 17) LCF Series : PN902(9, 10)

X401, X402 Q301, R408, IC402(38) SW402, IC402(87) IC402(53, 54), LCS Series : PN901(16, 17) LCF Series
1A Not available to Remocon? YES NO Checked the Remocon Sens Vdd? YES NO Checked
1A
Not available to Remocon?
YES
NO
Checked the
Remocon Sens Vdd?
YES
NO
Checked the
Remocon Sens line?
YES
OK

RC902, R961

R962, IC402(81), LCS Series : PN901(1) LCF Series : PN902(24)

1B
1B
Not available to Volume control?

Not available to Volume control?

Not available to Volume control? YES

YES

NO Checked the Encoder Volume? YES NO Checked the Volume IC Control? YES
NO
Checked the
Encoder Volume?
YES
NO
Checked the
Volume IC Control?
YES

OK

EV901, IC402(82, 83), LCS Series : PN901(6, 7) LCF Series : PN902(18, 19)

IC402(9, 10), IC802(25, 26)

1C
1C
Not available to Key Control?

Not available to Key Control?

Not available to Key Control? YES

YES

NO Checked the Tact switch? YES NO Checked the Key line? YES
NO
Checked the
Tact switch?
YES
NO
Checked the
Key line?
YES

OK

LCS Series : SW901~SW917 LCF Series : SW901~SW913

IC402(53, 54), LCS Series : PN901(16, 17) LCF Series : PN902(9, 10)

LCS Series : SW901~SW917 LCF Series : SW901~SW913 IC402(53, 54), LCS Series : PN901(16, 17) LCF

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LCS Series : SW901~SW917 LCF Series : SW901~SW913 IC402(53, 54), LCS Series : PN901(16, 17) LCF
1D Not available to Telephone Mute? YES NO Checked the Tel Mute input? YES NO
1D
Not available to Telephone Mute?
YES
NO
Checked the Tel
Mute input?
YES
NO
Checked the
Mute Control?
YES
OK

ZD499, Q312, Q326, IC402(34)

IC402(14, 15), IC802(15)

1E
1E
Not available to ANT(Motor Type) Control?

Not available to ANT(Motor Type) Control?

YES

IC802(15) 1E Not available to ANT(Motor Type) Control? YES NO Checked the ANT control? YES OK
NO Checked the ANT control? YES
NO
Checked the
ANT control?
YES

OK

D430, IC301(12, 13), IC402(33)

1F
1F
Not available to Remote(Power AMP) control?

Not available to Remote(Power AMP) control?

Not available to Remote(Power AMP) control? YES

YES

NO Checked the Remote control? YES
NO
Checked the
Remote control?
YES

OK

CN302(8), Q320, Q319, IC402(36)

to Remote(Power AMP) control? YES NO Checked the Remote control? YES OK CN302(8), Q320, Q319, IC402(36)

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to Remote(Power AMP) control? YES NO Checked the Remote control? YES OK CN302(8), Q320, Q319, IC402(36)

2. SOUND ERROR CORRECTION FLOW CHART

Something wrong with the Sound? 2A 2B 2C No sounds of All Functions? YES NO
Something wrong with the Sound?
2A
2B
2C
No sounds of All Functions?
YES
NO
Checked the
E-VR Vdd?
YES
NO
Checked the
E-VR Ground?
YES
NO
Checked the
E-VR Control?
YES
NO
Checked the E-VR
Mute Control?
YES
NO
Checked the E-VR
Signal in/out?
YES
NO
Checked the
Power IC Vdd?
YES
NO
Checked the
Power IC Ground?
YES
NO
Checked the
Power IC Control?
YES
NO
Checked the Power
IC Signal in/out?
YES
NO
Checked
the Main Connector?
YES
OK

IC802(24)

IC802(27)

IC802(25, 26), IC402(9, 10)

IC802(15), IC402(15)

IC802(1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23)

IC801(23)

IC801(1, 2, 8, 13, 18, 24)

IC801(4, 22), IC402(22, 32)

IC801(3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 12, 14, 15, 17, 19, 21, 23)

CN302(11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18)

IC801(4, 22), IC402(22, 32) IC801(3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 12, 14, 15, 17, 19, 21, 23)

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IC801(4, 22), IC402(22, 32) IC801(3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 12, 14, 15, 17, 19, 21, 23)
2A Hearing the Pop Noise? YES NO Checked the Mute Contorl? YES OK
2A
Hearing the Pop Noise?
YES
NO
Checked the
Mute Contorl?
YES
OK

IC402(14, 15, 32), IC802(15), IC801(22), Q603, Q604, Q605, Q606, Q608

2B
2B
No Sound External AMP?

No Sound External AMP?

No Sound External AMP? YES

YES

NO Checked the Line Out Signal? YES NO Checked the Line Out AMP Mute Control?
NO
Checked the
Line Out Signal?
YES
NO
Checked the Line Out
AMP Mute Control?
YES
NO
Checked the Line Out
AMP Signal in/out?
YES

OK

IC802(18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23)

Q603, Q604, Q605, Q606, Q608, IC402(15)

JK601

2C
2C
No output Beep sound?

No output Beep sound?

No output Beep sound? YES

YES

NO Checked the Beep Control? YES
NO
Checked the
Beep Control?
YES

OK

IC402(80), IC802(14)

Q608, IC402(15) JK601 2C No output Beep sound? YES NO Checked the Beep Control? YES OK

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Q608, IC402(15) JK601 2C No output Beep sound? YES NO Checked the Beep Control? YES OK

CAUTION - Tip for repair

Before exchange power amp IC(TB2946) for no audio problem, you have to check below list.

1. Check VCC (pin 20, 6) & GND

2. Check input pin 11, 12, 14, 15

3. Check Standby, pin 4

: Follow the below list.

4. Check Mute function, pin 22

: Follow the below list.

Stand-by

Power

Sound

Voltage

ON

OFF

OFF

0 to 1.5

OFF

ON

ON

3.5 to 6 V

5. Check Ripple pin 10.

: Normally it is high (about 10 V)

Mute

Sound

Voltage

ON

OFF

0 to 1.5

OFF

ON

3.5 to 6 V

6. Re-soldering all the pin of IC.

: Prevent crack of solder line.

* Keep changed IC, We request that you send it to HQ.

line. * Keep changed IC, We request that you send it to HQ. 2-6 1 20

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1 20 6 TAB V CC1 V CC2 OUT1 () + 9 IN1 11 PW-GND1
1
20
6
TAB
V CC1
V CC2
OUT1
()
+
9
IN1
11
PW-GND1
8
R
C
L
1
OUT1 (
-
)
7
OUT2 (
+
)
5
IN2
12
PW-GND2
2
R
C
L
1
OUT2 (
-
)
3
16
AC-GND
C
6
OUT3 ( )
+
17
IN3
15
PW-GND3
18
R
C
L
1
OUT3 ( )
-
19
OUT4 ( )
+
21
IN4
14
PW-GND4 24
R
C
L
1
OUT4 ( )
-
23
PRE-GND
13
OFF-SET
RIP
STBY
DET
MUTE
5 V
10
4
25
22
PLAY
R
1
MUTE
:
PRE-GND
:
PW-GND
C
2
C
4
C
5
C
3

Picture 1) Power IC desc.

DET MUTE 5 V 10 4 25 22 PLAY R 1 MUTE : PRE-GND : PW-GND

3. DISPLAY ERROR CORRECTION FLOW CHART

Something wrong with the Display?

CORRECTION FLOW CHART Something wrong with the Display? No Display or Some Display is broken? YES
CORRECTION FLOW CHART Something wrong with the Display? No Display or Some Display is broken? YES
CORRECTION FLOW CHART Something wrong with the Display? No Display or Some Display is broken? YES
No Display or Some Display is broken?

No Display or Some Display is broken?

No Display or Some Display is broken? YES

YES

NO Checked the LCD Driver Vdd? YES NO Checked the LCD Driver Ground? YES NO
NO
Checked the LCD
Driver Vdd?
YES
NO
Checked the LCD
Driver Ground?
YES
NO
Checked the LCD
Driver Reset?
YES
NO
Checked the LCD
Driver OSC?
YES
NO
Checked the LCD
Driver data interface?
YES
NO
Checked the LCD to
LCD Driver line?
YES

OK

3A 3B
3A
3B

LCS Series : IC901(56) LCF Series : LCD901(7)

LCS Series : IC901(60) LCF Series : LCD901(10)

LCS Series : IC901(57), IC402(79)

LCS Series : IC901(61) LCF Series : LCD901(6)

LCS Series : IC402(44, 46, 74, 79), PN901(2, 8, 18, 19), IC901(57, 62, 63, 64) LCF Series : IC402(44, 46, 74, 79), PN902(7, 8, 17, 23), LCD901(2, 3, 4, 5)

LCS Series : IC901(1~55), LCD, Check the short

Series : IC402(44, 46, 74, 79), PN902(7, 8, 17, 23), LCD901(2, 3, 4, 5) LCS Series

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Series : IC402(44, 46, 74, 79), PN902(7, 8, 17, 23), LCD901(2, 3, 4, 5) LCS Series
3A
3A
Not available to illumination with button? YES NO Checked the Dimmer control input? YES NO
Not available to illumination with button?
YES
NO
Checked the Dimmer
control input?
YES
NO
Checked the
RED LED Vdd?
YES
NO
Checked the
RED LED?
YES
OK
YES
NO Checked the BLUE(GREEN) LED Vdd? YES NO Checked the BLUE(GREEN) LED? YES
NO
Checked the
BLUE(GREEN) LED Vdd?
YES
NO
Checked the
BLUE(GREEN) LED?
YES

OK

CN302(7), IC301(9)

IC301(4), Q303, IC402(61)

LCS Series : LD921~LD945 LCF Series : LD921~LD936

IC301(4), Q304, IC402(43)

LCS Series : LD951~LD975 LCF Series : LD951~LD966

: LD921~LD945 LCF Series : LD921~LD936 IC301(4), Q304, IC402(43) LCS Series : LD951~LD975 LCF Series :

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: LD921~LD945 LCF Series : LD921~LD936 IC301(4), Q304, IC402(43) LCS Series : LD951~LD975 LCF Series :
3B Not available to LCD Lighting control? YES NO Checked the Dimmer control input? YES
3B
Not available to LCD Lighting control?
YES
NO
Checked the Dimmer
control input?
YES
NO
Checked the
White LED Vdd?
YES
NO
Checked the
White LED?
YES
OK

CN302(7), IC301(9)

IC301(4), Q302, IC402(49)

LCS Series : LD991, LD992 LCF Series : LD990~LD993

White LED? YES OK CN302(7), IC301(9) IC301(4), Q302, IC402(49) LCS Series : LD991, LD992 LCF Series

2-9

White LED? YES OK CN302(7), IC301(9) IC301(4), Q302, IC402(49) LCS Series : LD991, LD992 LCF Series

4. TUNER ERROR CORRECTION FLOW CHART

Something wrong with the Tuner system?

CORRECTION FLOW CHART Something wrong with the Tuner system? Not available to Tuner? YES NO Checked
Not available to Tuner?

Not available to Tuner?

Not available to Tuner? YES

YES

NO Checked the Tuner Vdd? YES NO Checked the Tuner Vdd control? YES NO Checked
NO
Checked the
Tuner Vdd?
YES
NO
Checked the Tuner
Vdd control?
YES
NO
Checked the
Tuner Ground?
YES
NO
Checked the E-VR
Mute Control?
YES
NO
Checked the
I2C data?
YES
NO
Checked the
Audio Signal?
YES

OK

IC101(6, 22)

IC301(10, 11), IC402(40), D417

IC101(5, 10, 17, 23)

IC802(15), IC402(15)

IC101(18, 19), IC402(3, 4)

IC101(8, 9)

22) IC301(10, 11), IC402(40), D417 IC101(5, 10, 17, 23) IC802(15), IC402(15) IC101(18, 19), IC402(3, 4) IC101(8,

2-10

22) IC301(10, 11), IC402(40), D417 IC101(5, 10, 17, 23) IC802(15), IC402(15) IC101(18, 19), IC402(3, 4) IC101(8,

5. CDP ERROR CORRECTION FLOW CHART

Something wrong with the CD Player?

CORRECTION FLOW CHART Something wrong with the CD Player? No Loading? YES NO Checked the CD
CORRECTION FLOW CHART Something wrong with the CD Player? No Loading? YES NO Checked the CD
CORRECTION FLOW CHART Something wrong with the CD Player? No Loading? YES NO Checked the CD
No Loading?

No Loading?

No Loading? YES

YES

NO Checked the CD Vdd? YES NO Checked the CD DSP Ground? YES NO Checked
NO
Checked the CD Vdd?
YES
NO
Checked the CD
DSP Ground?
YES
NO
Checked the Motor
DRV Vdd?
YES
NO
Checked the CD
DSP Reset?
YES
NO
Checked the CD
DSP X-tal?
YES
NO
Checked the Disc in
load switch?
Fig 1, 2
YES
NO
Checked the Loading
Motor Control?
Fig 3, 4
YES
NO
Checked the 12/8 cm
sense switch?
Fig 1, 2
YES

OK

5A 5B 5C
5A
5B
5C

CN520(14, 12)

IC501(4, 5, 7, 9, 12, 44, 49, 51, 74, 77, 81, 102, 104, 116, 117)

IC504(7, 8, 20)

CN520(19)

X501(4.2336 MHz)

CN506(2)

CN520(21, 23)

CN506(1)

49, 51, 74, 77, 81, 102, 104, 116, 117) IC504(7, 8, 20) CN520(19) X501(4.2336 MHz) CN506(2)

2-11

49, 51, 74, 77, 81, 102, 104, 116, 117) IC504(7, 8, 20) CN520(19) X501(4.2336 MHz) CN506(2)
5A
5A
No Reading & "FILE CHECK" Display?

No Reading & "FILE CHECK" Display?

No Reading & "FILE CHECK" Display? YES

YES

NO Checked the Limit Switch? Fig 1, 2 YES NO Checked the Motor DRV Mute
NO
Checked the
Limit Switch?
Fig 1, 2
YES
NO
Checked the Motor
DRV Mute Control?
YES
NO
Checked the Motor
Loading Control?
Fig 3, 4
YES
NO
Checked the CD
DSP Control?
YES
NO
Checked the
Focus Control?
YES
NO
Checked the RF
signal out check?
YES
NO
Checked the Spindle
motor Control?
YES
NO
Checked the
SLED Control?
YES
NO
Checked the
tracking Control?
YES

OK

CN506(8)

IC504(21)

CN520(21, 23)

CN520(1, 3, 4, 5)

IC501(111), IC504(15, 16)

IC501(82)

IC501(107), IC504(11, 12)

IC503(109), IC504(13, 14)

IC501(113), IC504(17, 18)

5) IC501(111), IC504(15, 16) IC501(82) IC501(107), IC504(11, 12) IC503(109), IC504(13, 14) IC501(113), IC504(17, 18) 2-12

2-12

5) IC501(111), IC504(15, 16) IC501(82) IC501(107), IC504(11, 12) IC503(109), IC504(13, 14) IC501(113), IC504(17, 18) 2-12
5B CD no sound? YES NO Checked the DSP signal out? YES OK
5B
CD no sound?
YES
NO
Checked the
DSP signal out?
YES
OK

IC501(46, 47)

5C
5C
No ejected the CD?

No ejected the CD?

No ejected the CD? YES

YES

NO Checked the Eject key? YES NO Checked the Loading Motor Control? Fig 3, 4
NO
Checked the
Eject key?
YES
NO
Checked the Loading
Motor Control?
Fig 3, 4
YES

OK

IC402(54)

CN520(21, 23)

NO Checked the Eject key? YES NO Checked the Loading Motor Control? Fig 3, 4 YES

2-13

NO Checked the Eject key? YES NO Checked the Loading Motor Control? Fig 3, 4 YES

6. USB ERROR CORRECTION FLOW CHART

Something wrong with the USB?

ERROR CORRECTION FLOW CHART Something wrong with the USB? Only "NO USB" or "USB CHECK" Display?
ERROR CORRECTION FLOW CHART Something wrong with the USB? Only "NO USB" or "USB CHECK" Display?
ERROR CORRECTION FLOW CHART Something wrong with the USB? Only "NO USB" or "USB CHECK" Display?
Only "NO USB" or "USB CHECK" Display?

Only "NO USB" or "USB CHECK" Display?

Only "NO USB" or "USB CHECK" Display? YES

YES

NO Checked the USB Vdd? YES NO Checked the USB interface IC Ground? YES NO
NO
Checked the USB Vdd?
YES
NO
Checked the USB
interface IC Ground?
YES
NO
Checked the USB
interface IC Reset?
YES
NO
Checked the USB
interface IC X-tal?
YES
NO
Checked
the D+/D- Port?
YES
NO
Checked the USB
indication Port?
YES
6A 6B
6A
6B

IC302

IC501(4, 5, 7, 9, 12, 44, 49, 51, 74, 77, 81, 102, 104, 116, 117)

CN520(19)

X501

IC501(52, 53)

IC501(52, 53)

OK

IC302 IC501(4, 5, 7, 9, 12, 44, 49, 51, 74, 77, 81, 102, 104, 116, 117)

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IC302 IC501(4, 5, 7, 9, 12, 44, 49, 51, 74, 77, 81, 102, 104, 116, 117)
6A
6A
"FILE CHECK" Display?

"FILE CHECK" Display?

"FILE CHECK" Display? YES

YES

NO Checked the CD DSP Ground? YES NO Checked the USB interface IC Reset? YES
NO
Checked the CD
DSP Ground?
YES
NO
Checked the USB
interface IC Reset?
YES
NO
Checked the
DSP X-tal?

IC501(4, 5, 7, 9, 12, 44, 49, 51, 74, 77, 81, 102, 104, 116, 117)

CN520(19)

X501

YES NO Checked the DSP Control? YES OK 6B
YES
NO
Checked the
DSP Control?
YES
OK
6B
USB no sound?

USB no sound?

USB no sound? YES

YES

NO Checked the CD DSP signal out ? YES
NO
Checked the CD
DSP signal out ?
YES

OK

CN520(1, 3, 4, 5)

IC501(52, 53)

YES OK 6B USB no sound? YES NO Checked the CD DSP signal out ? YES

2-15

YES OK 6B USB no sound? YES NO Checked the CD DSP signal out ? YES

7. BLUETOOTH ERROR CORRECTION FLOW CHART (OPTIONAL)

Something wrong with the BT?

FLOW CHART (OPTIONAL) Something wrong with the BT? No pairing? YES NO Checked the BT phone
FLOW CHART (OPTIONAL) Something wrong with the BT? No pairing? YES NO Checked the BT phone
FLOW CHART (OPTIONAL) Something wrong with the BT? No pairing? YES NO Checked the BT phone
No pairing?

No pairing?

No pairing? YES

YES

NO Checked the BT phone list? YES NO Checked the BT module Vdd? YES NO
NO
Checked the
BT phone list?
YES
NO
Checked the BT
module Vdd?
YES
NO
Checked the BT
module 5 V?
YES
NO
Checked the BT
module data interface?
YES

OK

7A
7A

See the manual phone list.

CN403(13)

CN403(14)

IC402(1, 2, 71, 72)

7A
7A
No sound?

No sound?

No sound? YES

YES

NO Checked the BT Vdd? YES NO Checked the BT audio data? YES NO Checked
NO
Checked the BT Vdd?
YES
NO
Checked the BT
audio data?
YES
NO
Checked the E-VR
signal in/out?
YES

OK

CN403(13)

CN403(1, 2, 3)

IC802(3, 4)

Checked the BT audio data? YES NO Checked the E-VR signal in/out? YES OK CN403(13) CN403(1,

2-16

Checked the BT audio data? YES NO Checked the E-VR signal in/out? YES OK CN403(13) CN403(1,

8. AUX ERROR CORRECTION FLOW CHART

Something wrong With the AUX?

AUX no sound? YES NO Checked the AUX Signal input? YES NO Checked the E-VR
AUX no sound?
YES
NO
Checked the AUX
Signal input?
YES
NO
Checked the
E-VR & Power AMP?
YES
OK

LCS Series : JK903, IC802(7, 9), CN901(15, 17, 19), PN901(3, 4, 5) LCF Series : JK903, IC802(7, 9), CN971(20, 21, 22), PN902(20, 21, 22)

See the Sound Error correction Process.

4, 5) LCF Series : JK903, IC802(7, 9), CN971(20, 21, 22), PN902(20, 21, 22) See the

2-17

4, 5) LCF Series : JK903, IC802(7, 9), CN971(20, 21, 22), PN902(20, 21, 22) See the

• WAVEFORMS

1. MAIN PART

1) MICOM(IC402) BLUETOOTH MODULE(CN403)

1. MAIN PART 1) MICOM(IC402) ↔ BLUETOOTH MODULE(CN403) IC402:[PIN71] IC402:[PIN72] 2) MICOM(IC402) ↔ DISPLAY

IC402:[PIN71]

IC402:[PIN72]

2) MICOM(IC402) DISPLAY (LCS SERIES : CN901, LCF SERIES : CN902)

↔ DISPLAY (LCS SERIES : CN901, LCF SERIES : CN902) 3) MICOM(IC402) ↔ TUNER IC(IC101) 4)

3) MICOM(IC402) TUNER IC(IC101)

LCF SERIES : CN902) 3) MICOM(IC402) ↔ TUNER IC(IC101) 4) MICOM(IC402) ↔ VOLUME IC(IC802) 2-18 IC402:[PIN46]

4) MICOM(IC402) VOLUME IC(IC802)

↔ TUNER IC(IC101) 4) MICOM(IC402) ↔ VOLUME IC(IC802) 2-18 IC402:[PIN46] IC402:[PIN44] IC402:[PIN74] IC402:[PIN79]
↔ TUNER IC(IC101) 4) MICOM(IC402) ↔ VOLUME IC(IC802) 2-18 IC402:[PIN46] IC402:[PIN44] IC402:[PIN74] IC402:[PIN79]

2-18

IC402:[PIN46]

IC402:[PIN44]

IC402:[PIN74]

IC402:[PIN79]

IC402:[PIN4]

IC402:[PIN3]

IC402:[PIN9]

IC402:[PIN10]

2-18 IC402:[PIN46] IC402:[PIN44] IC402:[PIN74] IC402:[PIN79] IC402:[PIN4] IC402:[PIN3] IC402:[PIN9] IC402:[PIN10]

2. CDP PART

Fig.1) SWITCHING CONDITION FOR LOADING

LOADING S/W 12/8 S/W LIMIT S/W CHUCKING S/W
LOADING S/W
12/8 S/W
LIMIT S/W
CHUCKING S/W

CN506:[PIN2]

CN506:[PIN1]

CN506:[PIN8]

CN506:[PIN11]

Fig.3) MOTOR CONTROL SIGNAL FOR LOADING

FEW REW LO+ LO-
FEW
REW
LO+
LO-

CN520:[PIN21]

CN520:[PIN23]

CN506:[PIN9]

CN506:[PIN10]

LO- CN520:[PIN21] CN520:[PIN23] CN506:[PIN9] CN506:[PIN10] Fig.2) SWITCHING CONDITION FOR UNLOADING LOADING S/W 12/8

Fig.2) SWITCHING CONDITION FOR UNLOADING

LOADING S/W 12/8 S/W LIMIT S/W CHUCKING S/W
LOADING S/W
12/8 S/W
LIMIT S/W
CHUCKING S/W

CN506:[PIN2]

CN506:[PIN1]

CN506:[PIN8]

CN506:[PIN11]

Fig.4) MOTOR CONTROL SIGNAL FOR UNLOADING

FEW REW LO+ LO-
FEW
REW
LO+
LO-

CN520:[PIN21]

CN520:[PIN23]

CN506:[PIN9]

CN506:[PIN10]

2-19

Fig.4) MOTOR CONTROL SIGNAL FOR UNLOADING FEW REW LO+ LO- CN520:[PIN21] CN520:[PIN23] CN506:[PIN9] CN506:[PIN10] 2-19

• CIRCUIT VOLTAGE CHART

 

IC101

 

IC301

 

PIN

PIN NAME

VOLTAGE

PIN

PIN NAME

 

VOLTAGE

 
   

AM

FM

   

TUNER

CD

B/T

USB

Mode

Mode

MODE

MODE

MODE

MODE

1

AMRFIN

2.9

-

1

GND

0

0

0

0

2

AMRFDEC

4.2

-

2

FREG_B

-

-

13.6

-

3

FMIN2

-

3.1

3

FREG_F

-

-

1.24

-

4

FMIN1

-

3.1

4

ILL_8.4

8.4

8.4

8.4

8.4

5

GNDRF

GND

GND

5

CTL4(FREG)

-

-

5

-

6

VCC2

8.3

8.3

6

CD_8 V

8

8

8

8

7

AMRFAGC

1.8

-

7

DSP_3.3 V

3.3

3.3

3.3

3.3

8

LOUT

3.8

3.8

8

BACK UP

14.1

14.1

14.1

14.1

9

ROUT

3.8

3.8

9

CTL3(ILL)

5

5

5

5

10

GNDAUD

GND

GND

10

AUDIO_8.4 V

8.4

8.4

8.4

8.4

11

AMIFAGC2

-

-

11

CTL1(6,7,10)

5

5

5

5

12

MPXIN

3.7

3.7

12

EXT(P.ANT)

13.8

13.8

13.8

13.8

13

MPXOUT

4

4

13

CTL2(P.ANT)

5

5

5

5

14

RSSI

1.2

0.8

14

VDD_5.6 V

5.6

5.6

5.6

5.6

15

XTAL2

6

6

15

BACK UP

14.1

14.1

14.1

14.1

16

XTAL1

6

6

17

GNDD

GND

GND

18

SCL

4.7

4.7

19

SDA

3.9

3.9

20

VREF

4

4

21

VREGSUP

7.1

7.1

22

VCC1

8.3

8.3

23

GND

GND

GND

24

VCODEC

5.7

5.7

25

PLL

-

-

26

PLLREF

2.25

2.25

27

TEST

-

-

28

AMSELIN1

1.55

-

29

AMSELIN2

1.55

-

30

AMIFAGC1

3

-

31

AMSELOUT1

6.8

-

32

AMSELOUT2

6.8

-

 

IC801

PIN

PIN NAME

VOLTAGE

1

TAB

0

2

PWR_GND

0

3

OUT

7.2

4

STBY

5

5

OUT

7.2

6

VCC

14.3

7

OUT

7.2

8

PWR_GND

0

9

OUT

7.2

10

RIPPLE

8.4

11

IN

6.9

12

IN

6.9

13

PRE_GND

0

14

IN

6.9

15

IN

6.9

16

AC_GND

6.9

17

OUT

7.2

18

PWR_GND

0

19

OUT

7.2

20

VCC

14.3

21

OUT

7.2

22

MUTE

5

23

OUT

7.2

24

PWR_GND

0

25

OFFSET

6.4

14.3 21 OUT 7.2 22 MUTE 5 23 OUT 7.2 24 PWR_GND 0 25 OFFSET 6.4

2-20

14.3 21 OUT 7.2 22 MUTE 5 23 OUT 7.2 24 PWR_GND 0 25 OFFSET 6.4
 

IC802

 

CN402

 

CN403

PIN

PIN NAME

VOLTAGE

PIN

PIN NAME

VOLTAGE

PIN

PIN NAME

VOLTAGE

1

CD_R

4.2

1

DI

0

1

BT_L

2.5

2

CD_L

4.2

2

AGND

0

2

AGND

0

3

BT_R

4.2

3

DO

0

3

BT_R

2.5

4

BT_L

4.2

4

LCH

0

4

BT_TX

3

5

TUNER_R

4.2

5

CLK

0

5

DGND

0

6

TUNER_L

4.2

6

AGND

3.259

6

BT_RX

3.4

7

AUX_R

4.2

7

LOAD_SW

0

7

EEPROM_SDA

4.9

8

DN

4.2

8

RCH

4.99

8

EEPROM_SCL

4.9

9

AUX_L

4.2

9

LG2TA

4.98

9

N.C

1.6

10

N.C

4.2

10

AGND

4.98

10

N.C

1.6

11

N.C

4.2

11

CE

0

11

N.C

1.6

12

N.C

4.2

12

8 V

0

12

MUTE

0

13

N.C

4.2

13

TA2LG

8.05

13

VDD_3.3 V

3

14

BEEP

4.2

14

3.3 V

0

14

PWR_5 V

4.8

15

MUTE

5

15

GND

0

15

GND

0

16

LRST

-

16

GND

4.78

16

N.C

-

17

LDOUT

-

17

GND

0

18

OUT_SL

4.2

18

GND

5

19

OUT_SR

4.2

19

RESET

4.98

20

OUT_RL

4.2

20

GND

0

21

OUT_RR

4.2

21

FEW_IN

4.99

22

OUT_FL

4.2

22

GND

5.02

23

OUT_FR

4.2

23

REW_IN

0

24

VCC

8.4

24

GND

4.76

25

SCL

4.9

25

8/12

4.76

26

SDA

4.9

26

GND

1.54

27

GND

0

27

RESERVED

2.52

28

FIL

4.2

28

GND

2.52

 

29

CHUK_SW

5.06

30

GND

0.02

RESERVED 2.52 28 FIL 4.2 28 GND 2.52   29 CHUK_SW 5.06 30 GND 0.02 2-21

2-21

RESERVED 2.52 28 FIL 4.2 28 GND 2.52   29 CHUK_SW 5.06 30 GND 0.02 2-21
2-22

INTERNAL BLOCK DIAGRAM OF ICs

1. IC301 (HA13173AH)

1-1. BLOCK DIAGRAM

+B VB DBUP C1 8 100uF C2 0.1uF Over voltage detect 15 VBUP 3.5V CTL
+B
VB
DBUP
C1
8
100uF
C2
0.1uF
Over voltage detect
15
VBUP
3.5V
CTL 1
11
CBUP
100uF
1.5V
BIAS
TSD
CTL 2
13
VREF
2.5V
CTL 3
VDDOUT
9
14
2.5V
CVDD
10uF
CTL 4
5
2.5V
DSPOUT
7
CDSP
EXTOUT
DEXT1
10uF
12
DEXT2
VREF
CDOUT
6
CEXT
10uF
CCD
VREF
ILMOUT
0.1uF
4
CILM
0.1uF
AUDIOOUT
10
FREG B
2
10uF
QFREG
3
1
TAB
RFREG3
FREG F
GND
GND
CFREG
RFREG1
10uF
RFREG2

CAUDIO

0.1uF AUDIOOUT 10 FREG B 2 10uF QFREG 3 1 TAB RFREG3 FREG F GND GND

2-23

0.1uF AUDIOOUT 10 FREG B 2 10uF QFREG 3 1 TAB RFREG3 FREG F GND GND

1-2. PIN FUNCTION (Note1)

       

Protection function

 

Pin No.

Pin name

 

Function

Normal

(Note2)

(Note3)

(Note3)

 

operation

TSD On

VB=24V

VB=50V

 

1 GND

Ground

-

-

-

-

 

2 FREG_B

External Trs bass drive (Note4)

On/Off

On/Off

Off

Off

 

3 FREG_F

FREG feedback terminal

On/Off

On/Off

Off

Off

 

4 ILMOUT

8.4

V output for JLM/500mAmax

On/Off

Off

Off

Off

 

5 CTL4

FREG control terminal

-

-

-

-

 

6 CDOUT

8.0

V output for CD/1.3Amax (Note4)

On/Off

Off

Off

Off

 

7 DSPOUT

3.3

V output for DSP/250mAmax (Note4)

On/Off

Off

Off

Off

 

8 VB

Battery

- -

   

- -

 

9 CTL3

ILM control terminal

- -

   

- -

 

10 AUDIOOUT

8.4

V output for AUDIO/500mAmax (Note4)

On/Off

Off

Off

Off

 

11 CTL1

DSP, CD, Audio control terminal

-

-

-

-

 

12 EXTOUT

High side output/600mAmax (Note4)

On/Off

Off

Off

Off

 

13 CTL2

EXT control terminal

-

-

-

-

 

14 VDDOUT

5.7

V output for micro controller (Note4)

On

On

On

Off

 

15 VBUP

 

Back up

-

-

-

-

Note1. In the uper table. “On” means always On. “Off” means compulsory Off and “On/Off” means that it can control by con- trol terminal. Note2. Thermal protection circuit A built-in thermal protection circuit (TSD:Thermal shut down) prevents thermal damage to the IC. All outputs except VDD(pin14) and FREG (pin2&3) are switched off when the circuit operates, revert to the original state when the tem- perature drops to a certain level. Note3. Overvoltage protection circuit The overvoltage protection circuit (surge protector) turns off all outputs without Vdd, when VB voltage is more than about 21V. And the overvoltage protection circuit (surge protector) turns off Vdd output with other all outputs, when VB voltage is more than about 26V. When the overvoltage protection operates on VB>=18V condition, the stand by current increases. Note4. Overcurrent protection circuit FREG_B (pin2), ILMOUT (pin4), CDOUT (pin6), DSPOUT (pin7), AUDIOOUT (pin10), EXITOUT (pin12), VDDOUT (pin14) output circuits are built-in overcurrent protection circuit based on the respective output current. These over- current protection circuits limit the current with a curve shape of “7” in the voltage-current graph. This prevents IC destruction due to overcurrent.

current with a curve shape of “7” in the voltage-current graph. This prevents IC destruction due

2-24

current with a curve shape of “7” in the voltage-current graph. This prevents IC destruction due

2. IC801 (TB2946HQ)

2-1. BLOCK DIAGRAM 10 1 6 20 Ripple TAB V CC2 V CC1 C1 11
2-1. BLOCK DIAGRAM
10
1
6
20
Ripple
TAB
V CC2
V CC1
C1
11 IN1
Out1 (+)
9
PW-GND1
8
R
L
Out1 (-)
7
C1
12 IN2
Out2 (+)
5
PW-GND2
2
R
L
13 Pre-GND
Out2 (-)
3
C1
15 IN3
Out3 (+)
17
PW-GND3
18
R
L
C6
Out3 (-)
16 AC-GND
19
C1
14 IN4
Out4 (+)
21
PW-GND4
24
R
5 V
L
4
Stby
Out4 (-)
Play
23
R1
Mute
22 Mute
Offset/short
25
C4
C2
C5
C3

B

(+) 21 PW-GND4 24 R 5 V L 4 Stby Out4 (-) Play 23 R1 Mute

2-25

(+) 21 PW-GND4 24 R 5 V L 4 Stby Out4 (-) Play 23 R1 Mute

3. IC802 (BD3702FV)

3-1. BLOCK DIAGRAM
3-1. BLOCK DIAGRAM

3-2. PIN DESCRIPTION

Terminal

Terminal

 

Terminal

Terminal

 

No.

Name

 

Description

No.

Name

Description

1

A1

A

input terminal of 1ch

15

MUTE

External compulsory mute terminal

2

A2

A

input terminal of 2ch

16

LRST

Level meter reset terminal

3

B1

B

input terminal of 1ch

17

LOUT

Output terminal for Level meter

4

B2

B

input terminal of 2ch

18

OUTS2

Subwoofer output terminal of 2ch

5

C1

C

input terminal of 1ch

19

OUTS1

Subwoofer output terminal of 1ch

6

C2

C

input terminal of 2ch

20

OUTR2

Rear output terminal of 2ch

7

DP1

D

positive input terminal of 1ch

21

OUTR1

Rear output terminal of 1ch

8

DN

D

negative input terminal

22

OUTF2

Front output terminal of 2ch

9

DP2

D

positive input terminal of 2ch

23

OUTF1

Front output terminal of 1ch

10

EP1

E

positive input terminal of 1ch

24

VCC

Power supply terminal

11

EN1

E

negative input terminal of 1ch

25

SCL

I 2 C Communication clock terminal

12

EN2

E

negative input terminal of 2ch

26

SDA

I 2 C Communication data terminal

13

EP2

E

positive input terminal of 2ch

27

GND

GND terminal

14

MIN

Mixing input terminal

28

FIL

VCC/2 terminal

terminal of 2ch 27 GND GND terminal 14 MIN Mixing input terminal 28 FIL VCC/2 terminal

2-26

terminal of 2ch 27 GND GND terminal 14 MIN Mixing input terminal 28 FIL VCC/2 terminal

4. IC901 (MC5502)

4-1. PIN CONFIGURATION

4. IC901 (MC5502) 4-1. PIN CONFIGURATION 4-2. BLOCK DIAGRAM 2-27

4-2. BLOCK DIAGRAM

4. IC901 (MC5502) 4-1. PIN CONFIGURATION 4-2. BLOCK DIAGRAM 2-27
4. IC901 (MC5502) 4-1. PIN CONFIGURATION 4-2. BLOCK DIAGRAM 2-27

2-27

4. IC901 (MC5502) 4-1. PIN CONFIGURATION 4-2. BLOCK DIAGRAM 2-27

4-3. PIN DESCRIPTION

Pin No.

Pin Name

I/O

Pin Description

1 ~ 12

SEG1/ P1 ~ SEG12/ P12

O

LCD Segment output pins / General-purpose output pins(Only 1/4Duty Mode) Select Segment output pins or General-purpose output pins by the instruction.

13

~ 51

SEG13~SEG51

O

LCD Segment output pins.

52

SEG52/ COM0

O

LCD Segment output pin or LCD Common output pin. SEG52 in 1/3 Duty use, COM0 in 1/4 Duty use.

53