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Service Guide

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SERVICE GUIDE

KYE SYSTEMS CORP

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Revision History

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Table of Contents

Revision History

2

Table of Contents

3

Getting Started

4

Conventions Used in this Guide

4

Safety Precautions

4

Chapter 1. How to Handle Defective Returns

5

1.1 Overview

5

1.2 Problems

6

1.2.1 FL/FR, RL/RR channels no sound

7

1.2.2 CEN channel no sound

8

1.2.3 Woofer channel no sound

8

1.2.4 Woofer no power

9

Chapter 2. Specifications

Satellite

10

Host(Woofer)

11

Chapter 3. Block Diagram

12

Chapter 4. Exploded View

Host(Woofer)

13

Satellite

14

Chapter 5. Part List

15

Chapter 6. Schematic Diagram

 

16

Chapter 7. Important Notes

17

7.1 Packing Requirement for Sending the PCB Assembly by post

17

7.2 Short of Spare Parts while Repairing a Speaker system

17

PCB Assembly by post 17 7.2 Short of Spare Parts while Re pairing a Speaker system
PCB Assembly by post 17 7.2 Short of Spare Parts while Re pairing a Speaker system
PCB Assembly by post 17 7.2 Short of Spare Parts while Re pairing a Speaker system
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Getting Started

Conventions Used in this Guide

Pay Special Attention: Instructions that are important to remember and may prevent mistakes.

Caution: Information that, if not followed, may result in damage to the product.

Safety Precautions

The following precautions should be observed in handling the speaker described in this guide:

Place the speakers on a flat, level and stable surface. Do not place the speakers in environments subject to mist, smoke, vibration, excessive dust, salty or greasy air, or other corrosive gases and fumes. Do not drop or jolt the speakers. Do not allow anything to drop into the subwoofer case through its ventilator, as it could result in fatal electric shock or fire. Place the unit far enough from other equipments for good heat dissipation. Disconnect the AC power cord from the AC outlet before performing any maintenance on the speakers. Do not perform any maintenance with wet hand. Prevent foreign substances, such as water, other liquids or chemical, from entering the speakers while performing maintenance procedures on the speakers.

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Chapter 1. How to Handle Defective Returns

1.1 Overview

Receiving Defective speaker form customers

Receiving Defective speaker form customers

Receiving Defective speaker form customers
Receiving Defective speaker form customers
1.1 Overview Receiving Defective speaker form customers Verifying problems proceeding necessary tests Function NG
Verifying problems proceeding necessary tests Function NG Analyzing possible malfunction causes Deciding &
Verifying problems
proceeding
necessary tests
Function NG
Analyzing possible
malfunction causes
Deciding & proceeding the
rectification methods
Replace necessary
defective parts
Proceeding tests to verify if the speaker is functioning normally
Proceeding tests to
verify if the speaker is
functioning normally

Function OK

Return the speakers with proper

repackaging to customers

Function NG

Function OK

OK Return the speakers with proper rep acka g in g to customers Function NG Function
OK Return the speakers with proper rep acka g in g to customers Function NG Function
OK Return the speakers with proper rep acka g in g to customers Function NG Function
OK Return the speakers with proper rep acka g in g to customers Function NG Function

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1.2 Problems

Item

Problem Description

1.2.1

FL/FR, RL/RR channels no sound

1.2.2

CEN channel no sound

1.2.3

Woofer channel no sound

1.2.4

Woofer no power

1.2.2 CEN channel no sound 1.2.3 Woofer channel no sound 1.2.4 Woofer no power Version 1.0
1.2.2 CEN channel no sound 1.2.3 Woofer channel no sound 1.2.4 Woofer no power Version 1.0
1.2.2 CEN channel no sound 1.2.3 Woofer channel no sound 1.2.4 Woofer no power Version 1.0
1.2.2 CEN channel no sound 1.2.3 Woofer channel no sound 1.2.4 Woofer no power Version 1.0

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* Attention

Please follow the numbered sequence marked within parenthesis given in individual Flow chat, in that this is the best-recommended sequence to rectify the problems.

1.2.1 FL/FR, RL/RR channels no sound

FL/FR,RL/RR channels no sound
FL/FR,RL/RR channels no sound
FL/FR,RL/RR channels no sound
FL/FR,RL/RR channels no sound

FL/FR,RL/RR channels no sound

FL/FR,RL/RR channels no sound
FL/FR,RL/RR channels no sound
FL/FR,RL/RR channels no sound
FL/FR,RL/RR channels no sound
FL/FR,RL/RR channels no sound
FL/FR,RL/RR channels no sound
FL/FR,RL/RR channels no sound
FL/FR, RL/RR channels no sound FL/FR,RL/RR channels no sound Defective U1,U2,C119,C120,C1 25,C126,C101,C102,C
FL/FR, RL/RR channels no sound FL/FR,RL/RR channels no sound Defective U1,U2,C119,C120,C1 25,C126,C101,C102,C

Defective

U1,U2,C119,C120,C1

25,C126,C101,C102,C

103,C104

U1,U2,C119,C120,C1 25,C126,C101,C102,C 103,C104 Check and replace defective IC or components Problem

Check and replace

defective IC or

components

103,C104 Check and replace defective IC or components Problem Analyzer and Identify the Causes Broken or

Problem

Analyzer and Identify the Causes

Broken or short circuit

Broken or short circuit

Broken or short circuit
Broken or short circuit
Analyzer and Identify the Causes Broken or short circuit Check solder points on PCB Speaker cable

Check solder points on

PCB

Speaker cable dis-connect or

Speaker cable dis-connect or

speaker damaged

Speaker cable dis-connect or speaker damaged
Speaker cable dis-connect or speaker damaged
Speaker cable dis-connect or speaker damaged
on PCB Speaker cable dis-connect or speaker damaged Re-connected speaker cable or replace defective speakers

Re-connected speaker cable

or replace defective speakers

Solutions

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1.2.2 CEN channel no sound

CEN channel no sound
CEN channel no sound
CEN channel no sound
CEN channel no sound

CEN channel no sound

CEN channel no sound
CEN channel no sound
CEN channel no sound
CEN channel no sound
CEN channel no sound
CEN channel no sound
CEN channel no sound
SW-5.1 1000 1.2.2 CEN channel no sound CEN channel no sound Defective U3,C129,C105 Check and replace
SW-5.1 1000 1.2.2 CEN channel no sound CEN channel no sound Defective U3,C129,C105 Check and replace

Defective

Defective U3,C129,C105

U3,C129,C105

U3,C129,C105
Defective U3,C129,C105
Defective U3,C129,C105
no sound CEN channel no sound Defective U3,C129,C105 Check and replace defective IC or components Problem

Check and replace

defective IC or

components

Check and replace defective IC or components Problem Analyzer and Identify the Causes Broken or short

Problem

Analyzer and Identify the Causes

Broken or short circuit

Broken or short circuit

Broken or short circuit
Broken or short circuit
Analyzer and Identify the Causes Broken or short circuit Check solder points on PCB Speaker cable

Check solder points on

PCB

Speaker cable dis-connect or

Speaker cable dis-connect or

speaker damaged

Speaker cable dis-connect or speaker damaged
Speaker cable dis-connect or speaker damaged
Speaker cable dis-connect or speaker damaged
on PCB Speaker cable dis-connect or speaker damaged Re-connected speaker cable or replace defective speakers

Re-connected speaker cable

or replace defective speakers

Solutions

1.2.3 Woofer channel no sound

Woofer channel no sound Problem Analyzer and Identify the Causes Defective Broken or short circuit
Woofer channel no sound
Problem
Analyzer and
Identify the Causes
Defective
Broken or short circuit
Speaker cable dis-connect or
U4,U5,C135,VR2,
speaker damaged
Solutions
Check solder points on
Check and replace
Re-connected speaker cable
PCB
defective IC or
or replace defective speakers
components
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1.2.4 Woofer no power

Woofer no power
Woofer no power
Woofer no power
Woofer no power

Woofer no power

Woofer no power
Woofer no power
Woofer no power
Woofer no power
Woofer no power
Woofer no power
Woofer no power
Guide SW-5.1 1000 1.2.4 Woofer no power Woofer no power Defective D1~D8, Power SW, Fuse Check
Guide SW-5.1 1000 1.2.4 Woofer no power Woofer no power Defective D1~D8, Power SW, Fuse Check

Defective

D1~D8,

Power SW, Fuse

Woofer no power Defective D1~D8, Power SW, Fuse Check and replace defective IC or components Problem

Check and replace

defective IC or

components

SW, Fuse Check and replace defective IC or components Problem Analyzer and Identify the Causes Broken

Problem

Analyzer and Identify the Causes

Broken or short circuit

Broken or short circuit

Broken or short circuit
Broken or short circuit
Analyzer and Identify the Causes Broken or short circuit Check solder points on PCB Speaker cable

Check solder points on

PCB

Speaker cable dis-connect or

Speaker cable dis-connect or

speaker damaged

Speaker cable dis-connect or speaker damaged
Speaker cable dis-connect or speaker damaged
Speaker cable dis-connect or speaker damaged
on PCB Speaker cable dis-connect or speaker damaged Re-connected speaker cable or replace defective speakers

Re-connected speaker cable

or replace defective speakers

Solutions

or speaker damaged Re-connected speaker cable or replace defective speakers Solutions Version 1.0 Page 9 of
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Chapter 2. Specifications

Satellite – Center (AT 1KHZ):

NO

Description

Unit

Specifications

1

Out Power at THD 10%

W

2

± 0.5

2

Sensitivity

mV

440

± 50

3

Freq Response

(Ref:-3dB)

Hz

80~20K

4

S/N ratio

dB

50

5

Hum & Noise

Vol:max

mV

3

Satellite – Front (AT 1KHZ):

 

NO

Description

Unit

Specifications

1

Out Power at THD 10%

W

2± 0.5

2

Sensitivity

mV

440

± 50

3

Freq Response

(Ref:-3dB)

Hz

80~20K

4

Separation

dB

35

5

S/N ratio

dB

50

6

Hum & Noise

Vol:max

mV

3

Satellite – Rear (AT 1KHZ):

 

NO

Description

Unit

Specifications

1

Out Power at THD 10%

W

2

± 0.5

2

Sensitivity

mV

440

± 50

3

Freq Response

(Ref:-3dB)

Hz

80~20K

4

Separation

dB

35

5

S/N ratio

dB

50

6

Hum & Noise

Vol:max

mV

3

≧ 35 5 S/N ratio dB ≧ 50 6 Hum & Noise Vol:max mV ≦ 3
≧ 35 5 S/N ratio dB ≧ 50 6 Hum & Noise Vol:max mV ≦ 3
≧ 35 5 S/N ratio dB ≧ 50 6 Hum & Noise Vol:max mV ≦ 3
≧ 35 5 S/N ratio dB ≧ 50 6 Hum & Noise Vol:max mV ≦ 3

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Host (Woofer) (AT 100Hz):

NO

Description

Unit

Specifications

1

Out Power at THD 10%

W

15 ± 3

2

Sensitivity

mV

180 ± 50

3

Freq Response

(Ref:-3dB)

Hz

50~200

4

S/N ration

dB

45

5

Hum & Noise

Vol: max

mV

5

4 S/N ration dB ≧ 45 5 Hum & Noise Vol: max mV ≦ 5 Version
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Chapter 3. Block Diagram

FL OUT SPEAKER FR OUT SPEAKER FL OUT SPEAKER FR OUT SPEAKER FL OUT INPUT
FL OUT
SPEAKER
FR OUT
SPEAKER
FL OUT
SPEAKER
FR OUT
SPEAKER
FL OUT
INPUT SCH
SPEAKER
FR OUT
SPEAKER
2 CH INPUT
VOLUME
SUBWOOFER OUT
TRANS3
SPEAKER
FUSE
POWER SW
250V/2A
AC IN
POWER SCH
BASS
INPUT VOLUME SUBWOOFER OUT TRANS3 SPEAKER FUSE POWER SW 250V/2A AC IN POWER SCH BASS Version
INPUT VOLUME SUBWOOFER OUT TRANS3 SPEAKER FUSE POWER SW 250V/2A AC IN POWER SCH BASS Version
INPUT VOLUME SUBWOOFER OUT TRANS3 SPEAKER FUSE POWER SW 250V/2A AC IN POWER SCH BASS Version
INPUT VOLUME SUBWOOFER OUT TRANS3 SPEAKER FUSE POWER SW 250V/2A AC IN POWER SCH BASS Version

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Chapter 4. Exploded View

Host (Woofer)

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Satellite

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Chapter 5. Part List

NO

DESCRIPTION

Qty

UNIT

Part No

1

SW-5.1 1000/BODY/SATELLITE-FL

1

PC

1000-001

2

SW-5.1 1000/BODY/SATELLITE-FR

1

PC

1000-002

3

SW-5.1 1000/BODY/SATELLITE-RL

1

PC

1000-003

4

SW-5.1 1000/BODY/SATELLITE-RR

1

PC

1000-004

5

SW-5.1 1000/BODY/SATELLITE-CEN

1

PC

1000-005

6

SPEAKER UNIT A-301

4 OHM/3”

5

PC

1000-006

7

RUBBER, Ø10/SATE

20

PC

1000-007

8

SW-5.1 1000/BODY/WOOFER/230V-EU

1

PC

1000-008

9

SPEAKER UNIT5” 4 OHM 20W

1

PC

1000-009

10

PCBA SW-5.1 1000

1

PC

1000-010

11

IC TDA2030A

1

PC

1000-011

12

IC 2025

3

PC

1000-012

13

CARTON, SW-5.1 1000

1

PC

1000-013

14

CUSHION, SW-5.1 1000

1

SET

1000-014

15

RUBBER, Ø20/HOST

4

PC

1000-015

16

TRANSFORMER, 230V:14V AC x2 & 0.7A;

1

PC

1000-016

9VAC&1.8A

17

AUDIO CABLE, 3 ST to 3 ST, SW-5.1 1000

1

PC

1000-017

18

AUDIO CABLE, 1ST to 2RCA, SW-5.1 1000

3

PC

1000-018

19

S/N LABEL(NO CARTON&WOOFEWR)

2

PC

1000-019

20

MANUAL SW-5.1 1000

1

PC

1000-020

21

Round Red type Label(NO CARTON)

1

PC

1000-021

22

PE BAG, SW-5.1 1000

5

PC

1000-022

23

PE BAG, SW-5.1 1000

1

PC

1000-023

24

PE BAG, POWER CORD, SW-5.1 1000

1

PC

1000-024

25

PE BAG, AUDIO CABLE

1

PC

1000-025

26

CARDBOARD, English, SW-5.1 1000

1

PC

1000-026

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Chapter 6. Schematic Diagram

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Chapter 7. Important Notes

7.1 Packing Requirement for Sending the PCB Assembly by Post

PCB assembly is a kind of sophisticated electronic circuit board. Well packing will be required when sending them by post.

* Some sophisticated IC components are mounted on the PCB assembly,

hence it is necessary to pack each PCB assembly with a separate static protecting bag, in order to avoid static electricity.

* Reliable external packing is also very important when sending PCB

assembly by post, in that it would avoid unnecessarily lost or damage.

7.2 Short of Spare Parts while Repairing a Speaker System

If you are short of spare parts when you have some speaker systems waiting to be repaired, it would be recommended to take the necessary parts form one speaker system, so that you may have the as many speaker systems.

the necessary parts form one speaker system, so that you may have the as many speaker
the necessary parts form one speaker system, so that you may have the as many speaker
the necessary parts form one speaker system, so that you may have the as many speaker
the necessary parts form one speaker system, so that you may have the as many speaker

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