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DVD Home Theater System

HTS8140/05/12/37/55/75/93/98
HTS8140/05/12/37/55/75/93/98
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Contents

Page

Contents

1 Technical Specifications and Connection

PWB Layout: MPEG Board

48

Facilities

2

HDMI Board: Circuit Diagram (Part 1 to Part 4)

50

Location of PC Boards

2

PWB Layout: HDMI Board

54

Technical Specifications

4

AVIO Board: Circuit Diagram (Part 1 to Part 2)

56

2 Measurements Setup, Service Aid &

PWB Layout: AVIO Board

58

Lead Free Requirements

6

DIO Board: Circuit Diagram (Part 1 to Part 3)

59

Service Hints : Replacing Defective Loader

10

PWB Layout: DIO Board

62

Service Hints:

Subwoofer Total Assy (Power Box)

64

Opening the DVD Door Panel Manually

11

Audio Board: Circuit Diagram (Part 1 to Part 4)

64

3 Directions For Use

12

PWB Layout: Audio Board

68

4 Dismantling Instructions & Service Positions

16

AIO Board: Circuit Diagram

70

5 Service Test Program

26

PWB Layout: AIO Board

71

6 Block Diagram and Wiring Diagram

35

Speaker Board: Circuit Diagram

72

Main Unit Block Diagram

35

PWB Layout: Speaker Board

73

Power Box Block Diagram

36

8 Exploded View & Spare Parts List

 

74

Main Unit Wiring Diagram

37

Main Unit Exploded View

74

Power Box Wiring Diagram

38

Speaker Box Assembly Exploded View

75

7 Circuit Diagram and PWB Layout

39

Subwoofer Powerbox Exploded View

76

Main Unit

39

Spare Parts List

78

Front Board: Circuit Diagram

39

9 Revision List

81

Front Board PWB Layout: Front Display

41

PWB Layout: Door Control Board

43

MPEG Board: Circuit Diagram (Part 1 to Part 4)

44

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Technical Specifications and Connection Facilities
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EN 3
POWER BOX
TUNER MODULE
SPEAKER BOARD
AIO BOARD
AV BOARD
AMPLIFIER
PSU
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Version Variations

Technical Specifications and Connection Facilities

Type/Versions Inputs/Outputs/Power
Type/Versions
Inputs/Outputs/Power
 

HTS8140

/05

/12

/37

/55

/75

/93

/98

HDMI Out (Rear)

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

YUV Out (Rear)

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

SCART Out (Rear)

x

x

-

-

-

-

-

IPOD Dock (Rear)

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

TV AUDIO IN Aux 1 (Rear)

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

VIDEO OUT (Rear)

-

-

x

x

x

x

x

USB (Front)

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

MP3 Direct (Front)

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

“ 0-27V/220~240V VOLTAGE SELECTOR switch (Power Box)”

-

-

-

-

x

x

x

Service Scenario Matrix

Main Unit

Type/Versions Board in used
Type/Versions
Board in used
 

HTS8140

/05

/12

/37

/55

/75

/93

/98

Front Board

Bd

Bd

Bd

Bd

Bd

Bd

Bd

MPEG Board

Bd

Bd

Bd

Bd

Bd

Bd

Bd

HDMI Board

Bd

Bd

Bd

Bd

Bd

Bd

Bd

AVIO Board

Bd

Bd

Bd

Bd

Bd

Bd

Bd

DIO Board

Bd

Bd

Bd

Bd

Bd

Bd

Bd

Type/Versions Board in used
Type/Versions
Board in used
 

HTS8140

/05

/12

/37

/55

/75

/93

/98

Audio Board

Bd

Bd

Bd

Bd

Bd

Bd

Bd

AIO Board

Bd

Bd

Bd

Bd

Bd

Bd

Bd

Speaker Board

Bd

Bd

Bd

Bd

Bd

Bd

Bd

PSU Board

Bd

Bd

Bd

Bd

Bd

Bd

Bd

Bd = Board Level Repair

Technical Specifications and Connection Facilities

1. Specifications

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1.1 Main unit:

1.3 (b) Radio (/05/12 only)::

. EN 5
.
EN 5

Dimension (WxHxD)

:

1047 x 174 x 155 (mm)

Tuning range

:

FM 87.5-108 MHz

Weight

:

8.9 kg

(50 kHz)

Center speaker:

26db quieting sensitivity

:

FM 20 dBf

Speaker impedance

:

4 ohm

IF rejection ratio

:

FM 60 dB

Speaker drivers

:

2x 2.5” woofer + 2 x 2”

Signal-to-noise ratio

:

FM 60 dB

 

Soft dome tweeter

Harmonic distortion

:

FM 3%

Frequency response

:

200 Hz - 20 kHz

Frequency response

:

FM 180 Hz - 10 kHz /±

Left/Right surround speakers:

6dB

Speaker impedance

:

6 ohm

Stereo separation

:

FM 26 dB (1 kHz)

Speaker drivers

:

4x 2.5” full range

Stereo Threshold

:

FM 23.5 dB

Frequency response

:

200 Hz - 20 kHz

1.2 Power (Subwoofer):

1.4 Amplifier:

Total output power (Home Theatre) : 500W

Power supply (/75/93/98 only)

Power supply (/55 only) Power supply (/05/12 only) Power consumption Standby power consumption (Normal) Standby power consumption (Low standby) System Impedance Speaker driver Frequency response Dimensions (WxHxD) Weight

: 110-127V / 220-240V

:

:

:

Frequency response

AUX AUX SCART (/05/12 only)

:

20 Hz - 20 kHz / ±3dB

(selectable by voltage

Frequency response

:

20 Hz - 20 kHz / ±3dB

selector switch),

Signal-to-noise ratio

:

> 65 dB (CCIR)

~50-60 Hz 120~230 V, 50~60 Hz

Input sensitivity :

:

500 mV

220~240 V, 50 Hz

AUX 1

:

500 mV

120 W

MP3 LINK

:

250 mV

:

< 3.5 W

:

: Bass Reflex Systeml

< 0.27 W

:

4 ohm

:

165 mm (6½”) woofer

:

35 Hz - 200 Hz

:

322 x 425 x 322 (mm)

:

12.7 kg

1.5 Disc:

Laser Type

: Semiconductor

:

:

:

Disc diameter

: 12cm / 8cm

Video decording

MPEG1/ MPEG2 / DivX

Video S/N

/ DivX Ultra / WMV9 56 dB

Audio DAC

24 bits / 192 kHz

Frequency response

:

4 Hz-20 kHz (44.1 kHz)

4

Hz-22 kHz (48 kHz)

PCM

Hz-44 kHz (96 kHz) : IEC 60958

4

Dolby Digital, DTS

:

:

:

IEC60958, IEC61937

Video DAC

12 bits, 148 MHz

Signal system

PAL / NTSC

1.6 USB:

Compatibility

:

:

Hi-Speed USB (2.0)

Class support

UMS (USB Mass

1.7 iPod docking station

Storage Class), MTP (Media Transfer Protocol)

Dimensions (WxHxD)

:

:

34.5 x 104 (mm)

Weight

163.5 g

1.3 (a) Radio (/55/75/93/98only):

Tuning range

:

FM 87.5-108 MHz

:

(50/100 kHz), AM/MW 531-1602 kHz (9 kHz) AM/MW 530-1700 kHz (10 kHz) FM 20 dBf, AM 4μV/m

26 dB quieting sensitivity IF rejection ratio

:

FM 60 dB, AM 45 dB

Signal-to-noise ratio

:

FM 60 dB, AM 40 dB

Harmonic distortion

:

FM 3%, AM 5%

Frequency response

:

FM 180 Hz~10 kHz /

 

±6dB

Stereo separation

:

FM 26 dB (1 kHz)

Stereo Threshold

:

FM 23.5 dB

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EN
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Measurements Setup, Service Aid & Lead Free Requirements

2. Measurements Setup, Service Aid & Lead Free Requirements

MEASUREMENT SETUP

Tuner FM

Bandpass

DUT 250Hz-15kHz LF Voltmeter e.g. 7122 707 48001 e.g. PM2534 RF Generator e.g. PM5326 S/N
DUT
250Hz-15kHz
LF Voltmeter
e.g. 7122 707 48001
e.g. PM2534
RF Generator
e.g. PM5326
S/N and distortion meter
e.g. Sound Technology ST1700B
Ri=50Ω

Use a bandpass filter to eliminate hum (50Hz, 100Hz) and disturbance from the pilottone (19kHz, 38kHz).

Tuner AM (MW,LW)

Bandpass 250Hz-15kHz LF Voltmeter DUT e.g. 7122 707 48001 e.g. PM2534 RF Generator e.g. PM5326
Bandpass
250Hz-15kHz
LF Voltmeter
DUT
e.g. 7122 707 48001
e.g. PM2534
RF Generator
e.g. PM5326
S/N and distortion meter
e.g. Sound Technology ST1700B
Frame aerial
e.g. 7122 707 89001
Ri=50Ω

To avoid atmospheric interference all AM-measurements have to be carried out in a Faraday´s cage. Use a bandpass filter (or at least a high pass filter with 250Hz) to eliminate hum (50Hz, 100Hz).

CD

Use Audio Signal Disc (replaces test disc 3)

SBC429 4822 397 30184

DUT

Signal Disc (replaces test disc 3) SBC429 4822 397 30184 DUT L R S/N and distortion

L

Disc (replaces test disc 3) SBC429 4822 397 30184 DUT L R S/N and distortion meter
R
R

S/N and distortion meter

e.g. Sound Technology ST1700B

L R S/N and distortion meter e.g. Sound Technology ST1700B LEVEL METER e.g. Sennheiser UPM550 with

LEVEL METER

e.g. Sennheiser UPM550 with FF-filter

Recorder

Use Universal Test Cassette CrO2

or Universal Test Cassette Fe

SBC419 4822 397 30069

SBC420 4822 397 30071

DUT

LF Generator

e.g. PM5110
e.g. PM5110

L

30069 SBC420 4822 397 30071 DUT LF Generator e.g. PM5110 L R S/N and distortion meter
R
R

S/N and distortion meter

e.g. Sound Technology ST1700B

e.g. PM5110 L R S/N and distortion meter e.g. Sound Technology ST1700B LEVEL METER e.g. Sennheiser

LEVEL METER

e.g. Sennheiser UPM550 with FF-filter

Measurements Setup, Service Aid & Lead Free Requirements

SERVICE AIDS

Service Tools:

Universal Torx driver holder Torx bit T10 150mm Torx driver set T6 - T20 Torx driver T10 extended

4822 395 91019 4822 395 50456 4822 395 50145 4822 395 50423

Compact Disc:

SBC426/426A Test disc 5 + 5A SBC442 Audio Burn-in Test disc 1kHz SBC429 Audio Signals disc Dolby Pro-logic Test Disc

4822 397 30096 4822 397 30155 4822 397 30184 4822 395 10216

HANDLING CHIP COMPONENTS

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2. EN 7
2. EN 7
Test Disc 4822 397 30096 4822 397 30155 4822 397 30184 4822 395 10216 HANDLING CHIP
EN 8 2.
EN 8
2.

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Measurements Setup, Service Aid & Lead Free Requirements

WARNINGMeasurements Setup, Service Aid & Lead Free Requirements All ICs and many other semi-conductors are susceptible

All ICs and many other semi-conductors are susceptible to electrostatic discharges (ESD). Careless handling during repair can reduce life drastically. When repairing, make sure that you are connected with the same potential as the mass of the set via a wrist wrap with resistance. Keep components and tools also at this potential.

F
F

ATTENTION

Tous les IC et beaucoup d’autres semi-conducteurs sont sensibles aux décharges statiques (ESD). Leur longévité pourrait être considérablement écourtée par le fait qu’aucune précaution n’est prise à leur manipulation. Lors de réparations, s’assurer de bien être relié au même potentiel que la masse de l’appareil et enfiler le bracelet serti d’une résistance de sécurité. Veiller à ce que les composants ainsi que les outils que l’on utilise soient également à ce potentiel.

ESD

que l’on utilise soient également à ce potentiel. ESD D WARNUNG Alle ICs und viele andere
D
D

WARNUNG

Alle ICs und viele andere Halbleiter sind empfindlich gegenüber elektrostatischen Entladungen (ESD). Unsorgfältige Behandlung im Reparaturfall kan die Lebensdauer drastisch reduzieren. Veranlassen Sie, dass Sie im Reparaturfall über ein Pulsarmband mit Widerstand verbunden sind mit dem gleichen Potential wie die Masse des Gerätes. Bauteile und Hilfsmittel auch auf dieses gleiche Potential halten.

WAARSCHUWINGund Hilfsmittel auch auf dieses gleiche Potential halten. Alle IC’s en vele andere halfgeleiders zijn gevoelig

Alle IC’s en vele andere halfgeleiders zijn gevoelig voor electrostatische ontladingen (ESD). Onzorgvuldig behandelen tijdens reparatie kan de levensduur drastisch doen verminderen. Zorg ervoor dat u tijdens reparatie via een polsband met weerstand verbonden bent met hetzelfde potentiaal als de massa van het apparaat. Houd componenten en hulpmiddelen ook op ditzelfde potentiaal.

AVVERTIMENTOcomponenten en hulpmiddelen ook op ditzelfde potentiaal. Tutti IC e parecchi semi-conduttori sono sensibili alle

Tutti IC e parecchi semi-conduttori sono sensibili alle scariche statiche (ESD). La loro longevità potrebbe essere fortemente ridatta in caso di non osservazione della più grande cauzione alla loro manipolazione. Durante le riparazioni occorre quindi essere collegato allo stesso potenziale che quello della massa dell’apparecchio tramite un braccialetto a resistenza. Assicurarsi che i componenti e anche gli utensili con quali si lavora siano anche a questo potenziale.

GB
GB

ESD PROTECTION EQUIPMENT:

Complete Kit ESD3 (small tablemat, wristband, connection box, extention cable and earth cable) Wristband tester

4822 310 10671 4822 344 13999

GB
GB

Safety regulations require that the set be restored to its original condition and that parts which are identical with those specified, be used

Safety components are marked by the symbol

! .
!
.
NL
NL

Veiligheidsbepalingen vereisen, dat het apparaat bij reparatie in zijn oorspronkelijke toestand wordt teruggebracht en dat onderdelen, identiek aan de gespecificeerde, worden toegepast.

De Veiligheidsonderdelen zijn aangeduid met het symbool

!
!
F
F

Les normes de sécurité exigent que l’appareil soit remis à l’état d’origine et que soient utiliséés les piéces de rechange identiques à celles spécifiées.

Less composants de sécurité sont marqués

!
!
CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT GB Warning !
CLASS 1
LASER PRODUCT
GB
Warning !

Invisible laser radiation when open. Avoid direct exposure to beam.

Varning !laser radiation when open. Avoid direct exposure to beam. Osynlig laserstrålning när apparaten är öppnad och

Osynlig laserstrålning när apparaten är öppnad och spärren

är urkopplad. Betrakta ej strålen.

D SF
D
SF

Varoitus !

Bei jeder Reparatur sind die geltenden Sicherheitsvorschriften zu beachten. Der Original zustand des Geräts darf nicht verändert werden; für Reparaturen sind Original-Ersatzteile zu verwenden.

Sicherheitsbauteile sind durch das Symbol

zu verwenden. Sicherheitsbauteile sind durch das Symbol ! markiert. Avatussa laitteessa ja suojalukituksen

! markiert.

Avatussa laitteessa ja suojalukituksen ohitettaessa olet alttiina näkymättömälle laserisäteilylle. Älä katso säteeseen!

I
I

Le norme di sicurezza esigono che l’apparecchio venga rimesso nelle condizioni originali e che siano utilizzati i pezzi di ricambio identici a quelli specificati.

Componenty di sicurezza sono marcati con

!
!
DK
DK

Advarse !

Usynlig laserstråling ved åbning når sikkerhedsafbrydere er ude af funktion. Undgå udsaettelse for stråling.

GB
GB

After servicing and before returning set to customer perform a leakage current measurement test from all exposed metal parts to earth ground to assure no shock hazard exist. The leakage current must not exceed

0.5mA.

F
F

"Pour votre sécurité, ces documents doivent être utilisés par des spécialistes agréés, seuls habilités à réparer votre appareil en panne".

Measurements Setup, Service Aid & Lead Free Requirements

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2. EN 9
2. EN 9

2.1 Lead Free Requirements

Pb(Lead) Free Solder

When soldering , be sure to use the pb free solder.

INDENTIFICATION:

Regardless of special logo (not always indicated)

Regardless of special logo (not always indicated) one must treat all sets from rules: 1 Jan

one must treat all sets from rules:

1 Jan 2005

onwards, according next

Important note: In fact also products of year 2004 must be treated in this way as long as you avoid mixing solder-alloys (leaded/ lead-free). So best to always use SAC305 and the higher temperatures belong to this.

Due to lead-free technology some rules have to be respected by the workshop during a repair:

Use only lead-free solder alloy Philips SAC305 with order code 022 149 0010. If lead-free solder-paste is required, please contact the manufacturer of your solder-equipment. In general use of solder-paste within workshops should be avoided because paste is not easy to store and to handle.

Use only adequate solder tools applicable for lead-free solder alloy. The solder tool must be able

o

To reach at least a solder-temperature of 400°C,

o

To stabilize the adjusted temperature at the solder-tip

o

To exchange solder-tips for different applications.

Adjust your solder tool so that a temperature around 30°C – 380°C is reached and stabilized at the solder joint. Heating- time of the solder-joint should not exceed ~ 4 sec. Avoid temperatures above 400°C otherwise wear-out of tips will rise drastically and flux-fluid will be destroyed. To avoid wear-out of

tips switch off un-used equipment, or reduce heat.

Mix of lead-free solder alloy / parts with leaded solder alloy / parts is possible but PHILIPS recommends strongly to avoid mixed solder alloy types (leaded and lead-free). If one cannot avoid or does not know whether product is lead-

free, clean carefully the solder-joint from old solder alloy and re-solder with new solder alloy (SAC305).

Use only original spare-parts listed in the Service-Manuals. Not listed standard-material (commodities) has to be purchased at external companies.

Special information for BGA-ICs:

- always use the 12nc-recognizable soldering temperature

profile of the specific BGA (for de-soldering always use the lead- free temperature profile, in case of doubt)

- lead free BGA-ICs will be delivered in so-called ‘dry-packaging’ (sealed pack including a silica gel pack) to protect the IC against moisture. After opening, dependent of MSL-level seen on indicator-label in the bag, the BGA-IC possibly still has to be baked dry. (MSL=Moisture Sensitivity Level). This will be communicated via AYS-website. Do not re-use BGAs at all.

For sets produced before 1.1.2005 (except products of 2004), containing leaded solder-alloy and components, all needed spare-parts will be available till the end of the service-period. For repair of such sets nothing changes.

On our website www.atyourservice.ce.Philips.com you find more information to:

BGA-de-/soldering (+ baking instructions)

Heating-profiles of BGAs and other ICs used in Philips-sets

You will find this and more technical information within the “magazine”, chapter “workshop news”.

For additional questions please contact your local repair-helpdesk.

EN 10 2.
EN 10
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2.2 Service Hints

Measurements Setup, Service Aid & Lead Free Requirements

2.2.1 Service Hints for Replacing Defective Loader

CAUTION

CHARGED CAPACITORS ON THE SERVO BOARD MAY DAMAGE THE DRIVE

ELECTRONICS WHEN CONNECTING A NEW DRIVE.THAT’S WHY, BESIDES THE SAFETY MEASURES LIKE

• SWITCH OFF POWER SUPPLY

• ESD PROTECTION

ADDITIONAL ACTIONS MUST BE TAKEN BY THE REPAIR TECHNICIAN.

The following steps have to be done when replacing the defective loader :

1.

Dismantling of the loader to access the ESD protection point if necessary.

2.

Solder the ESD protection point*.

3.

Disconnect flexfoil cable from the defective loader.

4.

Put a paper clip on the flexfoil to short-circuit the contacts (fig.1)

5.

Replace the defective loader with a new loader.

6.

Remove paperclip from the flexfoil and connect it to the new loader.

7.

Remove solder joint on the ESD protection point.

7. Remove solder joint on the ESD protection point. ATTENTION: The laser diode of this loader

ATTENTION: The laser diode of this loader is protected against ESD by a solder joint which shortcircuits the laserdiode to ground. For proper functionality of the loader this solder joint must be remove after connection loader to the set.

Type 1

must be remove after connection loader to the set. Type 1 (ESD protection point is accessible

(ESD protection point is accessible from top of loader)

Type 2

protection point is accessible from top of loader) Type 2 (ESD protection point is accessible from

(ESD protection point is accessible from bottom of the loader)

*Only applicable for defective loader needed to be sent back to supplier for failure analysis and to support backcharging evidence. This is also applicable for all partnership workshops.

Measurements Setup, Service Aid & Lead Free Requirements

Service Hint: Opening the DVD Door Panel manually

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2. EN 11
2. EN 11

1. Find a big paper clip, straighten it and mark at 3 cm from the tip as shown in the figure 1.

Mark
Mark

Figure 1

2. Remove the stand assembly 155 (see section 4.1.1 in chapter 4 for details). There will be a small hole at the bottom of the cabinet. Put the straightened part of the clip into the hole until the mark reaches just above the surface of the cabinet. When the tip of the straightened paper clip touches the interlock inside, it will release the door. Press and hold the paper clip and pull out the door gently in the direction as shown in figure 2.

will release the door. Press and hold the paper clip and pull out the door gently

1 Connect

EN 12

3.

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Directions for Use

3.1. Directions For Use ( for /05/12)

The following except of the Quick Use Guide serves as an introduction to the set. The Complete Direction for the Use can be downloaded in different languages from the internet site of Philips Customer care Center:

www.p4c.philips.com

C Connect to TV DVD Home Theatre unit (rear) SCART OUT HDMI OUT (AUX-SCART) Or
C
Connect to TV
DVD Home Theatre unit (rear)
SCART OUT
HDMI OUT
(AUX-SCART)
Or
HDMI IN
SCART
If your TV supports HDMI, connect the HDMI cable
from the HDMI OUT socket to the HDMI IN socket
on your TV. Or;
Connect a scart cable from the SCART socket to
the SCART IN socket on your TV.
Note HDMI connection does not support audio
output from your TV to this unit, a separate audio
connection is required.
D
Connect docking station
DOCK
A
Connect the iPod docking station to DOCK socket.
B
Connect the composite video cable to the VIDEO
IN socket on your TV.
Note To adjust the dock ‘support’ to fit your iPod,
you have to loosen the knob at the bottom of the unit.
To listen to the audio output from this connection,
press DOCK.
to the audio output from this connection, press DOCK. A Placement Proper speakers system placement is
A Placement Proper speakers system placement is important to ensure optimum sound performance. A Place
A
Placement
Proper speakers system placement is important to
ensure optimum sound performance.
A
Place the DVD Home Theatre unit (SoundBar) at the
normal listening ear-level, or at least above the knee-
level. Face it straight ahead towards the listening
area.
B
Place the subwoofer on the floor, at least one metre
away from the TV.
B
Prepare for rear connections
A
Pull up the catch to remove the rear cover.
B
Connect the required cables (see the following
sections for details) and direct all the cables to the
CABLE OUT point.
Note All the cables must be placed properly inside
the rear panel in order for the rear cover to close.
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2
Set up
3
Enjoy
Quick Start Guide
What’s in the box?
User
Manual
Home Theatre (SoundBar) Remote ControlDVD
and 2 batteries
Micro fibre
Docking
cleaning cloth
station
Wall mount bracket and 2 knobs
Wall mount bracket
and 2 knobs
HDMI cableComposite Video cable
HDMI cableComposite
Video cable
cable Scart cablePower
cable Scart cablePower
Subwoofer
Subwoofer
3.5mm stereo audio cable (for MP3 LINK)
3.5mm stereo audio cable
(for MP3 LINK)

See the user manual that came with your Philips DVD Home Theater System.

Directions for Use 3139 785 34231 One touch audio input switching This unit is able
Directions for Use
3139 785 34231
One touch audio input switching
This unit is able to render the audio signals from the
active source and switch automatically to the
corresponding audio input.
Before you can enjoy this feature, connect audio cables
from this unit to your TV/devices and follow the
instructions below to map the audio inputs to the
connected devices.
A
Press DISC .
B
Press OPTIONS.
C
Press B .
Select [ EasyLink ]D , then press B .
General Setup
EasyLink
Auto Wake-up TV
Disc Lock
Display Dim
OSD Language
System Standby
System Audio Control
Audio Input Mapping
Screen Saver
Sleep Timer
Standby Mode
DivX(R) VOD Code
E
Select [ System Audio Control ] > [ On ], then
press OK .
F
Select [ Audio Input Mapping ], then press OK .
G
Select [ OK ] in the menu, then press OK to start
scanning of devices.
H
When scanning complete, select the audio input of
this unit that is used to connect to your TV/device
(e.g. AUX1 Input), then press B.
I
Select the TV/device (appeared in its brand name)
in the right panel, then press OK.
Repeat steps 8~9 to map other connected devices.J
K
To exit the menu, press OPTIONS.
Note Philips does not guarantee 100%
interoperability with all HDMI CEC compliant devices.

3. EN 13

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2008 C Koninklijke Philips N.V.
All rights reserved.
12nc: 3139 245 30071
sgpjp_817/12-eng1
3 Enjoy EasyLink control This feature is only applicable if this DVD Home Theatre unit
3
Enjoy
EasyLink control
This feature is only applicable if this DVD Home Theatre
unit is connected to HDMI CEC compliant TV/device
using HDMI cable. It enables all the linked devices
response or react to certain commands simultaneously
with one touch control.
Satellite Receiver /
Cable Box
HDMI
HDMI
HDD / DVD Recorder
TV CEC
AUDIO
subwoofer
HDMI
AUDIO
A
Turn on the HDMI CEC operations on your TV and
other connected devices. See TVs/devices manual for
details.
B
You can now enjoy the EasyLink controls.
One touch play [ Auto Wake-up TV ]
A
Press PLAY.
It turns on this unit and start disc play (if a video disc
is detected), and your TV automatically turns on and
switches to the correct viewing channel.
Note This is only possible if this unit is in standby
mode. If this unit is in active mode, you have to press
DISC followed by PLAY to start disc play.
One touch power off [ System Standby ]
A
Press and hold 2.
It turns off all linked devices.
Note This unit responses to standby command from
other HDMI CEC compliant TV/devices.
Need help?
User Manual
HDMI CEC compliant TV/devices. Need help? User Manual 2 Set up A Find the viewing channel
2 Set up A Find the viewing channel A Press 2 to turn on this
2
Set up
A
Find the viewing channel
A
Press 2 to turn on this DVD Home Theatre unit.
B
Turn on the TV. Use the TVs remote control to
select the correct viewing channel.
Note To search for the correct viewing channel,
press the Channel Down button on the TVs remote
control repeatedly (or AV, SELECT, ° button) until
you see the Video In channel.
B
Start Ambisound setup
When you turn on this DVD Home Theatre unit
(SoundBar) for the first time, follow the instructions on
the TV to complete the setup.
OSD Language
Please choose your language:
English
Dansk
Deutsch
Español
Français
Italiano
Stop: Exit
Change
Select
A
Select a language for on-screen display, then press
B.
B
[ Welcome ] message is displayed, press B to
continue.
C
[ Orientation ] message is displayed, press B to
continue.
D
Select a most suitable predefined setting according
to your room environment and setup, press B to
confirm and go to the next setup screen.
[
Room Acoustics ]
Select the type of walls that surround your room.
The default setting is [ Hard (concrete, wood) ].
[
Room Placement ]
Select the SoundBar placement position in your
room. The default setting is [ Middle of room ].
[
Height ]
Select the height at which the SoundBar is placed.
The default setting is between 0.8~1.2 metres.
[
Listening Position ]
Select the distance between the listening position and
the SoundBar. The default setting is between 2~3
metres.
E
When [ Complete ] screen is displayed, press B to
exit.
Note Refer to the accompanying user manual
for other setup options.
E Connect audio output from TV (for EasyLink control) To hear the TV audio through
E Connect audio output from TV (for
EasyLink control)
To hear the TV audio through this DVD Home Theatre
unit, connect an audio cable (not supplied) from the
TV AUDIO IN-AUX1 sockets to the AUDIO OUT
sockets on your TV.
L
R
TV AUDIO IN
(AUX1)
Note To listen to the audio output from this
connection, press AUX/DI /MP3 LINK repeatedly
until ‘AUX1 INPUT’ is displayed on the display panel.
F Connect subwoofer and power
cable
Subwoofer (rear)
B
A
LOUDSPEAKERS
TO SUBWOOFER
A
Unwind the cables from TO MAIN UNIT on the
subwoofer, then connect the grey end cable to TO
SUBWOOFER socket and white end cable to
LOUDSPEAKERS socket on this DVD Home
Theatre unit.
B
Connect the power cable from subwoofer to the AC
power outlet.

1 Connect

HTS8150

HTS8140

Connect

Set up

Enjoy

Home Theatre (SoundBar) Remote ControlDVD and 2 batteries

3.5mm stereo audio cable (for MP3 LINK)

antenna

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Directions for Use

3.2. Directions For Use ( for /55/75/93/98)

The following except of the Quick Use Guide serves as an introduction to the set. The Complete Direction for the Use can be downloaded in different languages from the internet site of Philips Customer care Center:

www.p4c.philips.com

C Connect to TV DVD Home Theatre unit (rear) HDMI OUT VIDEO OUT Or HDMI
C
Connect to TV
DVD Home Theatre unit (rear)
HDMI OUT
VIDEO OUT
Or
HDMI IN
VIDEO IN
If your TV supports HDMI, connect the HDMI cable
from the HDMI OUT socket to the HDMI IN socket
on your TV. Or;
Connect the composite video cable from the VIDEO
OUT socket to the VIDEO IN socket on your TV.
Note HDMI connection does not support audio
output from your TV to this unit, a separate audio
connection is required.
D
Connect docking station
DOCK
A
Connect the iPod docking station to DOCK socket.
B
Connect the composite video cable to the VIDEO
IN socket on your TV.
Note To adjust the dock ‘support’ to fit your iPod,
you have to loosen the knob at the bottom of the unit.
To listen to the audio output from this connection,
press DOCK.
to the audio output from this connection, press DOCK. A Placement Proper speakers system placement is
A Placement Proper speakers system placement is important to ensure optimum sound performance. A Place
A
Placement
Proper speakers system placement is important to
ensure optimum sound performance.
A
Place the DVD Home Theatre unit (SoundBar) at the
normal listening ear-level, or at least above the knee-
level. Face it straight ahead towards the listening
area.
B
Place the subwoofer on the floor, at least one metre
away from the TV.
B
Prepare for rear connections
A
Pull up the catch to remove the rear cover.
B
Connect the required cables (see the following
sections for details) and direct all the cables to the
CABLE OUT point.
Note All the cables must be placed properly inside
the rear panel in order for the rear cover to close.
Register your product and get support at www.philips.com/welcome 1 2 3 Quick Start Guide What’s
Register your product and get support at
www.philips.com/welcome
1
2
3
Quick Start Guide
What’s in the box?
User Manual Micro fibre Docking cleaning cloth station
User
Manual
Micro fibre
Docking
cleaning cloth
station
User Manual Micro fibre Docking cleaning cloth station Wall mount bracket and 2 knobs H D
User Manual Micro fibre Docking cleaning cloth station Wall mount bracket and 2 knobs H D
User Manual Micro fibre Docking cleaning cloth station Wall mount bracket and 2 knobs H D
User Manual Micro fibre Docking cleaning cloth station Wall mount bracket and 2 knobs H D

Wall mount bracket and 2 knobs

Wall mount bracket and 2 knobs
Wall mount bracket and 2 knobs

HDMI cable

H D M I c a b l e
Wall mount bracket and 2 knobs H D M I c a b l e
Wall mount bracket and 2 knobs H D M I c a b l e
Wall mount bracket and 2 knobs H D M I c a b l e
Wall mount bracket and 2 knobs H D M I c a b l e
Wall mount bracket and 2 knobs H D M I c a b l e
Subwoofer Power cable 2 Composite Video cables AM/MW loop
Subwoofer
Power cable
2 Composite
Video cables
AM/MW loop

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3 Enjoy EasyLink control One touch audio input switching This feature is only applicable if
3
Enjoy
EasyLink control
One touch audio input switching
This feature is only applicable if this DVD Home Theatre
unit is connected to HDMI CEC compliant TV/device
using HDMI cable. It enables all the linked devices
response or react to certain commands simultaneously
with one touch control.
This unit is able to render the audio signals from the
active source and switch automatically to the
corresponding audio input.
Before you can enjoy this feature, connect audio cables
from this unit to your TV/devices and follow the
instructions below to map the audio inputs to the
connected devices.
Satellite Receiver /
Cable Box
A
Press DISC .
HDMI
B
Press OPTIONS .
HDMI
HDD / DVD Recorder
TV CEC
C
Press B .
Select [ EasyLink ]D , then press B .
AUDIO
subwoofer
General Setup
HDMI
AUDIO
EasyLink
Auto Wake-up TV
Disc Lock
Display Dim
OSD Language
System Standby
System Audio Control
Audio Input Mapping
Screen Saver
Sleep Timer
A
Turn on the HDMI CEC operations on your TV and
other connected devices. See TVs/devices manual for
details.
Standby Mode
DivX(R) VOD Code
E
Select [ System Audio Control ] > [ On ], then
press OK .
B
You can now enjoy the EasyLink controls.
F
Select [ Audio Input Mapping ], then press OK.
G
Select [ OK ] in the menu, then press OK to start
One touch play [ Auto Wake-up TV ]
scanning of devices.
A
Press PLAY.
It turns on this unit and start disc play (if a video disc
is detected), and your TV automatically turns on and
switches to the correct viewing channel.
H
When scanning complete, select the audio input of
this unit that is used to connect to your TV/device
(e.g. AUX1 Input), then press B .
I
Select the TV/device (appeared in its brand name)
Note This is only possible if this unit is in standby
mode. If this unit is in active mode, you have to press
DISC followed by PLAY to start disc play.
in the right panel, then press OK.
Repeat steps 8~9 to map other connected devices.J
K
To exit the menu, press OPTIONS.
One touch power off [ System Standby ]
A
Press and hold 2.
It turns off all linked devices.
Note Philips does not guarantee 100%
interoperability with all HDMI CEC compliant devices.
Note This unit responses to standby command from
other HDMI CEC compliant TV/devices.
Need help?
User Manual
See the user manual that came with your Philips DVD Home Theater System.
2008 C Koninklijke Philips N.V.
All rights reserved.
12nc: 3139 245 30051
2 Set up A Find the viewing channel A Press 2 to turn on this
2
Set up
A
Find the viewing channel
A
Press 2 to turn on this DVD Home Theatre unit.
B
Turn on the TV. Use the TVs remote control to
select the correct viewing channel.
Note To search for the correct viewing channel,
press the Channel Down button on the TVs remote
control repeatedly (or AV, SELECT, ° button) until
you see the Video In channel.
B
Start Ambisound setup
When you turn on this DVD Home Theatre unit
(SoundBar) for the first time, follow the instructions on
the TV to complete the setup.
OSD Language
Please choose your language:
English
Melayu
Русский
ไทย
Stop: Exit
Change
Select
A
Select a language for on-screen display, then press
B.
B
[ Welcome ] message is displayed, press B to
continue.
C
[ Orientation ] message is displayed, press B to
continue.
D
Select a most suitable predefined setting according
to your room environment and setup, press B to
confirm and go to the next setup screen.
[
Room Acoustics ]
Select the type of walls that surround your room.
The default setting is [ Hard (concrete, wood) ].
[
Room Placement ]
Select the SoundBar placement position in your
room. The default setting is [ Middle of room ].
[
Height ]
Select the height at which the SoundBar is placed.
The default setting is between 0.8~1.2m.
[
Listening Position ]
Select the distance between the listening position and
the SoundBar. The default setting is between 2~3m.
E
When [ Complete ] screen is displayed, press B to
exit.
Note Refer to the accompanying user manual
for other setup options.
E Connect audio output from TV (for EasyLink control) To hear the TV audio through
E Connect audio output from TV (for
EasyLink control)
To hear the TV audio through this DVD Home Theatre
unit, connect an audio cable (not supplied) from the TV
AUDIO IN-AUX1 sockets to the AUDIO OUT sockets
on your TV.
L
R
TV AUDIO IN
(AUX1)
Note To listen to the audio output from this
connection, press AUX/DI /MP3 LINK repeatedly
until ‘AUX1 INPUT’ is displayed on the display panel.
F Connect subwoofer and power
cable
Subwoofer (rear)
B
A
LOUDSPEAKERS
TO SUBWOOFER
A
Unwind the cables from TO MAIN UNIT on the
subwoofer, then connect the grey end cable to TO
SUBWOOFER socket and white end cable to
LOUDSPEAKERS socket on this DVD Home
Theatre unit.
B
Connect the power cable from subwoofer to the AC
power outlet.
EN 16 4.
EN 16
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4.

Dismantling Instructions

4.1

Dismantling of the Main Unit

Notes:

The position numbers described with asterisk” * “refer to exploded view drawing “Breakdown of item 101” (see section 8.2). The position numbers without asterisk refer to Main Unit Exploded View drawing (see section 8.1).

Follow the flow chart as described in “Summary of dismantling instructions” for easy removal for PCBAs and Sub-assembly modules in Main Unit.

4.1.1.

Dismantling of HDMI Board, DIO Board and AVIO Board

1.

After releasing the locking tab and removing the cable cover (Pos 0039*), remove 2 screws (pos 288) to dismantle the Stand Assembly (pos 155) as shown in figure 1.

dismantle the Stand Assembly (pos 155) as shown in figure 1. Figure 1 2. Remove 4

Figure 1

2. Remove 4 more screws (pos 286) on the Rear Cover (Pos 0038*). Remove the rubber pads (pos 154) to see 4 more screws (pos 287) beneath them. Then remove the screws (pos 287) and dismantle the Rear Cover as shown in figure 2.

(pos 287) and dismantle the Rear Cover as shown in figure 2. Figure 2 3. Remove

Figure 2

3. Remove 3 screws (pos 275). to remove HDMI Shield (pos 160) and then remove 2 more screws (pos 273 & Pos 274) to dismantle the HDMI board (pos 1060) as shown in figure 3.

dismantle the HDMI board (pos 1060) as shown in figure 3. 4. Remove 2 screws (pos

4.

Remove 2 screws (pos 278) and 2 more screws (pos 277 & Pos 276) to dismantle the DIO board (pos 1040) as shown in figure 4.

to dismantle the DIO board (pos 1040) as shown in figure 4. Figure 4 5. Remove

Figure 4

5.

Remove 2 screws at position 279 on one side of the AVIO Board as shown in figure 5-a. Then remove 1 more screw (if the set is for /37/55/75/93/98) or 2 more screws (if the set is for /05/12) on the other side of the AVIO Board as shown in figure 5-b to dismantle the AVIO Board (pos 1030).

shown in figure 5-b to dismantle the AVIO Board (pos 1030). Figure 5-a Figure 5-b (/05/12)

Figure 5-a

5-b to dismantle the AVIO Board (pos 1030). Figure 5-a Figure 5-b (/05/12) Figure 5-b (/37/55/75/93/98)

Figure 5-b (/05/12)

the AVIO Board (pos 1030). Figure 5-a Figure 5-b (/05/12) Figure 5-b (/37/55/75/93/98) Note: Beware of

Figure 5-b (/37/55/75/93/98)

Note:

Beware of how and where the FFC cables are attached to the Rear Bracket by double sided tape while dismantling them so that they could be re-assembled properly after repair.

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4. EN 17

4.1.2.

Dismantling of the whole assembly of the Rear Bracket and PCBs on it

Note:

If it is necessary to dismantle any part below the Rear Bracket (Pos 150), the Rear Bracket and all the PCBs on the rear bracket (pos:150 +1030 + 152 + 151+ 1040 + 153 + 273 + 274 + 275 + 276 + 277 + 278 + 279 + 280) should be removed from the main unit first.

1.

Remove 12 screws; 4 screws at pos 282, 4 screws at Pos 283, and 4 more screws at Pos 284 as shown in figure 6.

Pos 283, and 4 more screws at Pos 284 as shown in figure 6. Figure 6

Figure 6

2. Remove the HDMI Board to see the short FFC cable below it. Disconnect the
2.
Remove the HDMI Board to see the short FFC cable below it.
Disconnect the cable from the HDMI board and take the cable
out from the Rear Bracket as shown in figure 7 and dismantle
the Rear Bracket with the PCBs on it.
Figure 7
Note:
Pay attention to how and where the FFC cables are attached
to the Rear Bracket by double sided tape for proper re-
assembly after repair.

4.1.3.

Dismantling of MPEG Board

1.

Remove the Rear Bracket with the PCBs on it. (Refer to 4.2). Unscrew 4 screws to remove the MPEG Board (pos 1010) as and MPEG Shield (pos 159) beneath it shown in figure 8.

as and MPEG Shield (pos 159) beneath it shown in figure 8. Figure 8 4.1.4. Dismantling

Figure 8

4.1.4.

Dismantling of Rear Frame

1.

Remove the Rear Bracket with the PCBs on it (refer to 4.2). Disconnect the cables shown in the figure 9. Remove the MPEG Board (refer to 4.3). Remove the tapes and loosen the FFC cables to dismantle from the Rear Frame (pos 149) as shown in figure 10.

from the Rear Frame (pos 149) as shown in figure 10. Figure 9 Figure 10 Note:

Figure 9

the Rear Frame (pos 149) as shown in figure 10. Figure 9 Figure 10 Note: Pay

Figure 10

Note:

Pay attention to how and where the FFC cables and the tapes are attached to the Rear Frame for proper re-assembly after repair.

EN 18 4.
EN 18
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2.

Unscrew 4 screws as shown in figure 11 and dismantle the rear frame.

4.1.6.

Figure 11
Figure 11
Figure 11

Figure 11

1.

2.

4.1.5.

Dismantling of DVD Mechanism

1.

Remove the Rear Bracket with PCBs on it (refer to 4.2). Remove the MPEG Board and Rear Frame. (Refer to 4.3 and 4.4). Unscrew 4 screws (pos 269) and remove the assembly of DVD Mechanism 1080 and Bracket Traverse pre-assembly P003 as shown in figure 12.

 
Figure 12

Figure 12

3.

4.

2.

Flip over the DVD Assembly and unscrew 4 more screws (pos 268) and remove the DVD Mechanism 1080 from the assembly as shown in figure 13.

DVD Mechanism 1080 from the assembly as shown in figure 13. Figure 13 Dismantling of Door

Figure 13

Dismantling of Door Control Board and Front Display Board

Remove the Rear Bracket with PCBs on it (refer to 4.2). Remove the MPEG Board and Rear Frame. (Refer to 4.3 and

4.4).

Remove 4 screws (pos 260) as shown in figure 14 to remove the assembly that includes positions: 1050-1052, 255, 1090, 116, 1070, 123, 122, 290, 259, 121, 118, 257, 120, 256, 119, 117, and 258.

122, 290, 259, 121, 118, 257, 120, 256, 119, 117, and 258. Figure 14 Unscrew 1

Figure 14

Unscrew 1 screw (pos 255) to dismantle the Door Control Board 1050-1052 from the assembly.

Unscrew 3 screws (pos 254) to remove the Front Display Board 1050-1051 as shown in figure 15.

from the assembly. Unscrew 3 screws (pos 254) to remove the Front Display Board 1050-1051 as

Figure 15

Dismantling Instructions & Service Positions

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4. EN 19
4.1.7. Dismantling of Touch Panel assembly 1. Remove the Stand Assembly. (Refer to 4.1) 2.
4.1.7.
Dismantling of Touch Panel assembly
1.
Remove the Stand Assembly. (Refer to 4.1)
2.
Unscrew 2 screws (pos 261) as shown in figure 16 to
dismantle the Touch Panel
Figure 16
Note:
Beware that there is a FFC Cable from Touch Panel attached
to the Disc Compartment by double sided tape. Lift up the
Touch Panel gently and remove the FFC Cable below the
Touch Panel carefully as shown in figure 17. Then detach the
Touch Panel from the Door Frame Pre-assembly P004.
the Touch Panel from the Door Frame Pre-assembly P004. Figure 17 4.1.8. Dismantling of the Door

Figure 17

4.1.8. Dismantling of the Door Frame Pre Assembly 1. Refer to 4.2, 4.3, 4.4, 4.5
4.1.8.
Dismantling of the Door Frame Pre Assembly
1.
Refer to 4.2, 4.3, 4.4, 4.5 and 4.6 to remove the Rear Bracket
(pos 150), Rear Frame (pos 149), the PCBs on Rear Bracket
and the MPEG Board.
2.
Remove Touch Panel Assembly (refer to 4.7) to see 6 screws
(pos 252) below it. Unscrew the screws as shown in figure 18
Figure 18
3.
Remove 6 more screws (pos 253) on the other side as shown
in figure 19. Take out the Door Frame Pre Assembly P004
together with Door Control Board Assembly (that includes
positions: 1050-1052, 255, 1090, 116, 1070, 123, 122, 290,
259, 121, 118, 257, 120, 256, 119, 117, and 258.) and the
Front Display Board 1050-1051. Then remove the screws
at positions: 254 and 260 respectively (refer to 4.6) to take
apart the Door Control Board Assembly and the Front Display
Board from the Door Frame Pre Assembly.
to take apart the Door Control Board Assembly and the Front Display Board from the Door

Figure 19

EN 20 4.
EN 20
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4.1.9.

Dismantling of Left and Right Speaker Grills and Holders

1)

Remove the PCBAs, the Brackets covering the screws for Speaker Grills and Holders. The Door Frame Pre-assembly P004 should also be removed (see section 4.1.1 to 4.1.8).

2)

Remove 4 screw for the Left Speaker Grill and Holder (pos SPK1*), and 5 screws for the Right Speaker Grill and Holder (pos SPK2*) as shown figure 20 and figure 21. Force out the Speaker Grill and Holder Assembly from the Front Cabinet in the direction as shown in figure 22.

the Front Cabinet in the direction as shown in figure 22. Figure 20 Figure 21 Figure

Figure 20

Cabinet in the direction as shown in figure 22. Figure 20 Figure 21 Figure 22 Notes:

Figure 21

in the direction as shown in figure 22. Figure 20 Figure 21 Figure 22 Notes: 1)

Figure 22

Notes:

1)

Forcing out the Speaker Grill and Holders, care should be taken that it should not damage or deform the Grills and the Grill Holders.

2)

The double side pastes (DST 12NC 9965 100 13557) sealing the Speaker Grill Holder to the Front Cabinet (pos 0005*) will be damaged when they are dismantled form the front cabinet. To assemble back the Speaker Grills and Holder to the Front Cabinet, put the double side pastes at the positions shown by the arrows in figure 23.

3)

It must be checked and made sure that the speakers do not rattle after repair.

arrows in figure 23. 3) It must be checked and made sure that the speakers do

Figure 23

Dismantling Instructions & Service Positions

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4. EN 21

4.1.10. Dismantling of the Speakers, Front Cabinet , Flare and MP3 Line-in Board

1)

2)

Remove all the PCBAs, Brackets and the Door Frame Pre- assembly. (see section 4.1.1 to 4.1.8)

Remove the Speaker Grills and Holders (see section 4.1.9) to see the speakers as shown in figure 24 and figure 25. Remove the screws, S1 (4 screws), S2 (4 screws), S3 (4 screws), and S4 (3 screws), as shown in figure 24 and figure 25) to dismantle the Surround, Main and Center speakers units (pos 0007*, 0009*, and 0010*), and the Soft Dome Tweeter Assembly (pos SPK3*).

S5 S1 S4 S2 S3 S5
S5
S1
S4
S2
S3
S5

3)

Figure 24

S5
S5
S4 S3 S2 S1 S5
S4
S3
S2
S1
S5

Figure 25

Remove the Grommets (pos 0004*), remove 16 screws (S6 in figure 24 and figure 25) from one side side, and remove 10 screws from the other side as shown in figure 26 to dismantle the Front Cabinet (pos 0005*).

in figure 26 to dismantle the Front Cabinet (pos 0005*). 4) Figure 26 Remove the Front

4)

Figure 26

Remove the Front Cabinet (pos 0005*) to see 16 screws as shown in figure 27, and remove them to dismantle the Flare (pos 0008*).

27, and remove them to dismantle the Flare (pos 0008*). 5) Remove the USB Receptacle (pos

5)

Remove the USB Receptacle (pos 0016*) by unscrewing one screw as shown in figure 28-a. Then Remove 3 more screws as shown in figure 28-b to dismantle the Metal Frame (pos 0019*) together with MP3 Line-in Board (pos 0018*) and USB Grounding Plate (pos 0017*) from the Rear Cabinet (pos 0013*). Remove one more screw as shown in figure 28-c to dismantle the MP3 Line-in Board (pos 0018*) from the Metal Frame (pos 0019*).

the MP3 Line-in Board (pos 0018*) from the Metal Frame (pos 0019*). Figure 28-a Figure 28-b

Figure 28-a

the MP3 Line-in Board (pos 0018*) from the Metal Frame (pos 0019*). Figure 28-a Figure 28-b

Figure 28-b

the MP3 Line-in Board (pos 0018*) from the Metal Frame (pos 0019*). Figure 28-a Figure 28-b

Figure 28-c

EN 22 4.
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Summary of Dismantling Instructions for Main Unit (section 4.1.1 to 4.1.10)

Summary of Dismantling instructions for Main Unit (section 4.1.1 to 4.1.10)

Note:

* Breakdown of position 101exploded view

** Main unit exploded view

pos 0039* Cable Cover (see 4.1.1) pos 155** Stand Assembly (see 4.1.1)
pos 0039* Cable Cover (see 4.1.1)
pos 155** Stand Assembly (see 4.1.1)
pos 0038* Rear Cover (see 4.1.1) pos 1030** AVIO Board (see pos 160** HDMI Shield
pos 0038* Rear Cover (see 4.1.1)
pos 1030** AVIO Board (see
pos 160** HDMI Shield and pos
1060** HDMI Board (see 4.1.1)
pos 1040** DIO Board (see
4.1.1)
4.1.1)
Assembly [pos 150** +1030** + 152**
+ 151**+ 1040** + 153** + 273** +
274** + 275** + 276** + 277** + 278**
+ 279** + 280**], the Rear Bracket
and all the PCBAs on it . (see 4.1.2)
pos P007** Touch
Panel Assembly (see
4.1.7)
pos 1010** MPEG Board and pos
159** MPEG Shield (see 4.1.3)
pos 149** Rear Frame (see 4.1.4)
pos 1050-
1052**+255**+1090**+116**+
1070**+123**+122**+290**+
P004** Door Frame Pre-
assembly (see 4.1.8).
Note: RemoveThe Door Frame Pre
Assembly + Door Control
Assembly + Front Display Board
altogether for further dismantling o
the Speaker Box Assembly (see
section 4.1.8)
259**+ 121**+118**+257**+
120**+ 256**+119**+117**+
258**, Door Control Assembly
(see 4.1.6)
Pos P003** + 1080**+ 146** +
268** DVD Assembly (see
4.1.5)
pos SPK1* and SPK2*
Speaker Grilles and Holders
(see 4.1.9)
Pos 1050-1051** Front Display
Board (see 4.1.6)
Pos 1080** DVD Mechanism
(see 4.1.5)
pos SPK3*, 0007*, 0009* and 0010*Speakers (see pos 0005* Front Cabinet (see 4.1.10) 4.1.10) pos
pos SPK3*, 0007*,
0009* and
0010*Speakers (see
pos 0005* Front Cabinet (see 4.1.10)
4.1.10)
pos 0016* USB Receptacle (see
pos 0008*Flare (see 4.1.10)
4.1.10)
0019* the Metal Frame and pos
0017* USB Grounding Plate (see
4.1.10)
pos 0018* MP3 Line-in board (see
4.1.10)

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4.2. Dismantling of Active Subwoofer Power Box Module

Note:

The position numbers refer to Active Subwoofer Power Box Exploded View drawing. (See section 8.2)

4.2.1.

Dismantling of Power Box Module from Subwoofer Total Assembly

1)

Loosen 5 screws at the base of the Subwoofer as shown in figure 29. Remove 3 screws on the Rear Plate 230 as shown in figure 30. Then pull out the Power Box Assembly in the direction as shown in figure 31.

Power Box Assembly in the direction as shown in figure 31. Figure 29 Figure 30 4.2.2.

Figure 29

Assembly in the direction as shown in figure 31. Figure 29 Figure 30 4.2.2. Dismantling of

Figure 30

in the direction as shown in figure 31. Figure 29 Figure 30 4.2.2. Dismantling of Tuner

4.2.2. Dismantling of Tuner Module, Speaker Board, and AIO Board

1)

2)

3)

Remove 1 screw (S1 in figure 32) on the Rear Plate 230 to dismantle the Tuner Module 1020.

Remove 3 screws (S2 in figure 32) on the Rear Plate 230 to dismantle the Speaker Board 1060.

Remove 2 screws (S3 in figure 32) on the Rear Plate 230 to dismantle the AIO Board 1050.

S2 S1 S3 S4 S5 S6 S7
S2
S1
S3
S4
S5
S6
S7

Figure 32

4.2.3. Dismantling of AV Board and Amplifier Board

1)

2)

3)

Remove 1 screw (S1 in figure 32) and remove the Tuner Module 1020.

Remove 1 screw (S4 in figure 32) on the Rear Plate 230. Then remove 2 more screws on the Bracket 236 (S8 in figure 33) to dismantle the AV Board 1040.

Remove 4 screws on the Bracket 236 (S9 in figure 33) to dismantle the Amplifier Board 1010.

S8 S9
S8
S9

Figure 33

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4.2.4.

Dismantling of PSU Board

1)

Remove 4 screws on the Rear Plate 230 from positions S4, S5, S6 and S7 as described in figure 32.

2)

Remove 3 more screws, 1 screws on one side of the Bracket 236 and 2 screws on the other side of the Bracket 236 as shown in figure 34.

3)

Disconnect the 3 cables from the PSU Board 1030 as shown in figure 35. Release the catches of the Bracket 236 from the Bottom Plate 161. Disconnect all the cables also from the Speaker and AIO Boards on the Rear Plate 230 to the AV Board and Amplifier Board on the Bracket 236.Then remove the Bracket 236, AV Board 1040 and Amplifier Board 1010.

4)

After removing the Bracket, AV Board and Amplifier Board, remove 4 screws as shown in figure 36 to dismantle the PSU Board 1030 from the Bottom Plate 161.

to dismantle the PSU Board 1030 from the Bottom Plate 161. Figure 34-a Figure 34-b Figure

Figure 34-a

the PSU Board 1030 from the Bottom Plate 161. Figure 34-a Figure 34-b Figure 35 Figure

Figure 34-b

1030 from the Bottom Plate 161. Figure 34-a Figure 34-b Figure 35 Figure 36 Note: For

Figure 35

from the Bottom Plate 161. Figure 34-a Figure 34-b Figure 35 Figure 36 Note: For APAC

Figure 36

Note: For APAC sets, remove 2 more screws on the Rear Plate 230 to dismantle the voltage selector switch first. Then remove the screws from Bottom Plate 161 and dismantle the PSU Board.

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4.3. Service Positions

Service Position 1 (main unit)

AVIO Board HDMI Board Insulation Sheet
AVIO Board
HDMI Board
Insulation Sheet

MPEG Board

Figure 37

Hint: Dismantle the HDMI Board from the Rear Bracket. Dismantle the Rear Bracket together with
Hint:
Dismantle the HDMI Board from the Rear Bracket. Dismantle
the Rear Bracket together with AIO Board, and DIO Board
from the Main Unit. Dismantle the MPEG Board. (Refer to
section 4.1 for details)
Service Position 2 (main unit)
Insulation
Front Board
Sheet
MPEG Board
Door Control Board
Figure 38
Hint:
Dismantle the HDMI Board, the Rear Bracket together with
AIO Board and DIO Board, and the MPEG Board. Remove
the Rear Bracket. Dismantle the Front Board and Door
Control Assembly. (Refer to section 4.1 for details.)

Service Position 3 (power box)

Insulation Sheet AV Board Amplifier Board
Insulation Sheet
AV Board
Amplifier Board

Figure 39

Hint: Dismantle AV Board and Amplifier Board and PSU Board. Remove the Bracket leaving only
Hint:
Dismantle AV Board and Amplifier Board and PSU Board.
Remove the Bracket leaving only the PCBAs dismantled.
Service Position 4 (power box)
Insulation Sheet
PSU Board
Figure 40
Hint:
Dismantle AV Board and Amplifier Board and PSU Board.
Remove the Bracket leaving only the PCBAs dismantled.
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5. Service Test Program

To start Service Test Program, power up the set, open the tray with remote control or front panel key and press 2,5,8 on the remote control. The tray will close by itself and the set will display “S-Vxx-yy”.

Display shows “SERVICE” followed by ROM version “S-Vxx-yy”

Display shows “SERVICE” followed by ROM version “S-Vxx-yy”

Display shows “SERVICE” followed by ROM version “S-Vxx-yy”
Display shows “SERVICE” followed by ROM version “S-Vxx-yy”
Main Menu Display Test key n "DisplayTest" triggered? y Activate and display "Pattern1" key n
Main Menu
Display Test
key
n
"DisplayTest"
triggered?
y
Activate and display
"Pattern1"
key
n
"DisplayTest"
triggered?
y
Activate and display
"Pattern2"
n
key
"
"
triggered?
y

S

refers to Service Mode

V

refers to Version

xx

refers to Software version number of BEA (counting up from 01 to 99)

yy

refers to Software version number of Front uP (counting up from 01 to 99)

5.1 Display Test

Purpose:

This test is used to check the driving circuits, the display and whether there are any short-circuits, open-circuits or any other defects.

Display test key =

Player:

or any other defects. Display test key = Player: Following display patterns are used to test

Following display patterns are used to test the display and its connections to µP.

Pattern 1: Default: All display control pins are ON. All LEDs are ON including source icons

- to check the open-circuits

are ON including source icons - to check the open-circuits Pattern 2: Alternate display control pins

Pattern 2: Alternate display control pins are on (Test Pattern: 0x55)

- to check the short-circuits on Data port

Pattern: 0x55) - to check the short-circuits on Data port 5.2 How to exit Service Test

5.2 How to exit Service Test Program

Disconnect power cable from the AC mains.

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5.3. Procedure to check software version

HTS8140 has the following upgradable types of software:

Backend (BEA) software

Servo software

IPOD Software

(Active Subwoofer) Power Box Software, and

CEC Software

Follow the procedure below to check the software versions of the set:

1)

Power up the set and select DISC source.

2)

Open the DVD Door with remote control or front panel

3)

key. Press “INFO” button on the Remote Control.

4)

The TV Screen will show:

MPEG Vxx 8140-zz d yy Servo:aaaaaaaa Reg:D Fyy Pbb IPcc CECnn

Where:

xx

= Backend (BEA) software version

zz

= Stoke version

d

= Default stroke version region

yy

= Front software version

aaaaaaaa

= Servo software version

D

= User set region

bb

= (Active Subwoofer) Power Box software version

cc

= IPOD software version

nn

= CEC software version

For example, HTS8140/12 set having Backend (BEA) software version 17, Servo software version D1640000, IPOD software version 20, Power Box software version 10 and CEC software version 08 will display as follows:

MPEG V17 8140-12 2 14 Servo: D1640000 Reg:2 F14 P10 IP20 CEC08

Firmware Upgrading

The following methods are supported for firmware upgrading:

1. Normal Upgrade Process via CD upgrade disc for

upgrading:

Backend (BEA) and servo software

2. Special Upgrade Process downloading software to target module from Service PC via Programming Interface Board for upgrading:

IPOD software

Subwoofer Power Box Software, and

CEC Software

5.4. Normal Upgrade Process (via CD upgrade disc)

5.4.1. Burning of firmware

1)

Download the latest software release package (BEA and

2)

Servo software) and extract the files from ZIP archive. Start the CD burning software and create a new CD Project (Data disc) with the following settings:

a. File System:

ISO9660

b. Format:

MODE 2/XA

c. Recording format:

Single Session (Track at

3)

once), Finalized CD Place the extracted content of the zip-archive into the root

4)

directory of the new CD project. Burn the data onto a blank CDR or CDRW.

Note: ISO9660 is mandatory, UDF discs are not supported! The final CDROM must not contain any other data except the file from the zip-archive.

5.4.2. Procedure to upgrade the firmware via CD upgrade disc

1)

Power up the set and open the DVD Door.

2)

Insert the prepared upgrade CDROM and close the DVD

3)

Door. The OSD will display:

“Upgrade file detected

File Copying->Upgrading”

4)

The DVD Door will then open automatically to allow the

5)

upgrade disc to be taken out. Take out the upgrade disc. It may take one or two minutes

6)

to complete the ERASE and WRITE process. When the upgrade process is successfully completed, the DVD Door will automatically close and the set will go to standby mode.

5.5. Special Upgrade Process (via programming interface board to target module)

5.5.1. Preparing Hardware and Software Interface Components

A. Required Hardware

The general block diagram for hardware setup is shown in figure 1.

USB Port in Service PC USB
USB Port in
Service PC
USB

Cable

Target module (MPEG Board, HDMI Board or Subwoofer Power Box)
Target module
(MPEG
Board, HDMI
Board or
Subwoofer
Power Box)

Programming

Interface board

Programming Interface board
Programming Interface board

6 pin FFC Cable, or 13 Pin interface cable of Subwoofer Power Box

Figure 1 Hardware Setup Block Diagram

The required hardware interface components are:

Service PC with One free USB port

USB A to B Cable* (see figure 1)

Programming interface board (12NC 9965 200 34643)

6 pin FFC Cable (see figure 2)

* The USB cable is desirable to be version 2.0 and support high-speed data transfer rates.

Type A plug for Service PC
Type A
plug for
Service
PC

Figure 1 USB Cable

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Figure 2 6-pin FFC cable

Programming Interface Board

Reset button USB type B receptacle 1106 Jumper header 1110 6 pin Connector 1109
Reset
button
USB type B
receptacle
1106
Jumper
header 1110
6 pin Connector 1109

Figure 3 Programming Interface Board Layout

DIP Switch Settings

DIP Switch 1102 in Programming Interface Board should be used to configure hardware settings for special upgrade process. The On position is marked as shown in figure 4. The Off position is usually the opposite of the On position. Use a screwdriver with a small head, or a pair of tweezers to move the switch into the On or Off position.

tweezers to move the switch into the On or Off position. Figure 4 DIP Switch 1102

Figure 4 DIP Switch 1102 (All Off position)

Refer to table 1 in next coming section 5.5.3 for different settings of the DIP switch for IPOD, HDMI CEC and Power Box Software Upgrade Processes.

Jumper Header settings and cable connections

Programming Interface Board has 3-Pin Jumper Header 1110 for supplying +3V, +5V or no power to the target module in Special Software Upgrade Process.

For IPOD Software Upgrade to MPEG Board and CEC Software upgrade to HDMI Board, +5 V pin and the middle pin of the jumper header 1100 must be shorted by a jumper as shown in figure 5.

+5 Vpin
+5 Vpin

Figure 5

Note: Active Subwoofer Power Box will use its own power supply while upgrading power box software. So the jumper header 1100 should be left open without any jumper. (See figure 6)

+5 Vpin
+5 Vpin

Figure 6

Refer to table 2 in next coming section 5.5.3 for different settings of the Jumpers and cable connections for IPOD, HDMI CEC and Power Box Software Upgrade Processes

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B. Required Software in service PC

The following application and driver software are required to be configured and installed in service PC:

1)

Flash Programmer (Flash MCU Programming

2)

Software) PL-2303 USB-to-Serial Driver

Notes:

The Flash Programmer, Flash MCU Programming Software, is used as a terminal program to download the software to the target module via interface programming board.

To run the Flash Programmer on the Service PC, the service PC should be IPM PC/AT or PC/AT compatible with OS: Microsoft Windows 2000 or Windows XP.

As the Flash Programmer software uses serial COM Port configuration for communicating to programming interface board, a USB-to-Serial Driver must be installed for the programming interface board. After installing the USB-to- Serial Driver, the programming interface board connected to service PC via USB cable will appear as a “Prolific USB-to-Serial Comm Port (COMx)” in service PC.

Use file “The Flash Programming Software Kit 9965 100 17380.zip” (See figure 7) for the preparation of required software in service PC.

7) for the preparation of required software in service PC. Figure 7 Installing USB-to-Serial Driver in

Figure 7

Installing USB-to-Serial Driver in service PC

1)

Extract “PL-2303 Driver Installer” from “Flash Programming Software Kit.zip” into a destination folder in service PC. PL-2303 Driver should appear as an icon in destination folder as shown in figure 8-a.

as an icon in destination folder as shown in figure 8-a. Figure 8-a 2) Double-click the

Figure 8-a

2)

Double-click the icon to run the InstallShield Wizard and

3)

follow the on-screen instructions then to install the driver. When the driver installation is completed, go to Control Panel -> System -> Hardware tab -> Device Manager- > Ports (COM & LPT). If the interface programming interface board is connected to service PC via USB cable, it should appear as “Prolific USB-to-Serial Comm Port (COMx)” in Device Manager (see figure 8-b).

Take note of COM port number
Take note
of COM port
number

Figure 8-b

4)

the Flash Programmer Communication configuration which will be described in next section. Note: the USB-to-Serial Comm Port will not show up in Device Manager if the programming interface board is not connected to service PC via USB cable.

Take note of the COM Port number to use it for setting

Preparing Flash Programmer Software

1)

Open zip file “Flash Programmer.zip” from “Flash Programming Software Kit.zip” and extract all the files as shown in figure 9. A folder “Flash Programmer” and 8 setup files should appear in the destination folder as shown in figure 10.

Choose Destination Extract all files
Choose Destination
Extract all files

Figure 9

Set up files
Set up files

Figure 10

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2)

The required program, “FlashProg.exe” should be found in “Flash Programmer” folder as shown in figure 11.

in “Flash Programmer” folder as shown in figure 11. Figure 11 5.5.2. Preparing the Flash Programmer

Figure 11

5.5.2. Preparing the Flash Programmer

1) Configuring the work environment features

To use the flash programmer application to download the software upgrade to the target board, the following work environment features must be configured:

• The setup file to be used

• The target device name

• The COM port and data transfer rate

Follow the procedure below to configure the work environment features:

1)

Run the flash programmer”FlashProg.exe”. The Flash Programmer main window will appear. Go to Setup -> Setup File as shown in figure 12.

Go to Setup -> Setup File as shown in figure 12. Figure 12 2) Setup dialog

Figure 12

2)

Setup dialog box will then pop up. Go to “Setup File” tab, “Browse” the folder that contains the setup files as shown in figure 13. Locate appropriate setup file for the target module as described in table 3 (in next coming section

5.5.3).

as described in table 3 (in next coming section 5.5.3). Figure 13 locate setup file For

Figure 13 locate setup file

For example, if the target board is MPEG Board for downloading the IPOD software, then the setup file should be

HTS8140_IPOD_V1.0.ini.

3)

Go to Device tab as shown in figure 14. Choose the MCU series and type for the target module as described in to table 3 (in next coming section 5.5.3). Click “Apply” to confirm selection. The MCU type will appear in “Chosen Device” box.

The chosen device should appear here Select series and device, and click ‘Apply’
The chosen device
should appear here
Select series and device, and click ‘Apply’

Figure 14 Select Series and Device

For example, if the target board is MPEG Board for downloading the IPOD software, then the target device is TMP91FW60 in series 900/L1. After clicking “Apply” button, the chosen device TMP91FW60 should appear in the Chosen Device box.

4)

Go to communication tab as shown in figure 15. Choose the USB-to-Serial COM Port number from the COM port drop down list.

COM Port number from the COM port drop down list. Figure 15 Choose COM Port and

Figure 15 Choose COM Port and Data Rate

For example if the target module is MPEG board for downloading IPOD software, then the data rate should be 19200 bps

Note: The COM port number for USB-to-Serial COM Port will not appear in the drop down list in the Communication tab of the Setup dialog box if the programming interface board is not connected to service PC via USB cable.

5)

Select the Data Rate as described in table 3 (in next coming section 5.5.3).

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5.5.3. Procedure to upgrade the firmware via Programming Interface Board

1)

Download the software upgrade file into service PC. The

2)

software upgrade files should be placed into the same folder as the setup files (*.ini) to make it easier to locate in Flash Programmer software for downloading them to the target module. Connect the programming interface board to the Service

3)

PC via USB Cable. Connect the target module to the programming interface

4)

board. Configure DIP switching settings, and jumper settings (see Figure 16-a, 16-b and 16-c;see) Run the Flash programmer application and configure work environment features. (see section 5.5.2 for details)

MPEG Board Download Setup

Service PC DIP Switch Pin 2 = ON Jumper for +5V supply Connector 1109 6
Service PC
DIP Switch Pin 2 = ON
Jumper for +5V supply
Connector 1109
6 pin
cable
MPEG Board
Connector 1300

Figure 16-a MPEG Board download set up (IPOD software upgrade)

Hints:

Dismantle the Main Unit, and take out the MPEG Board 1010 (see dismantling instructions in chapter 4)

Connect 6-pin cable from connector 1109 on Programming Interface Board to connector 1300 on MPEG Board,

Set DIP switch pin 2 (Boot) = ON (refer to table 1),

Connect jumper to apply +5 V to target module (refer to table 2).

HDMI Board download setup

Service PC HDMI Board Connector 1201 DIP Switch Pin 1 = ON Jumper for +5V
Service PC
HDMI Board
Connector 1201
DIP Switch Pin 1 = ON
Jumper for +5V supply
Connector 1109
6 pin cable

Figure 16-b HDMI Board download set up (HDMI CEC software upgrade)

Hints:

Dismantle the Main Unit, and take out the HDMI Board 1060 (see dismantling instructions in chapter 4)

Connect 6-pin cable from connector 1109 on Programming Interface Board to connector 1201 on HDMI Board,

Set DIP switch pin 1 (Boot) = ON (refer to table 1),

Connect jumper to apply +5 V to target module (refer to table 2).

Subwoofer Power Box Module Download Setup

Service PC Power Cable from AC Mains DIP Switch Pin 2, 4, 6 = ON
Service PC
Power Cable
from AC Mains
DIP Switch Pin 2, 4, 6 = ON

Figure 16-c Subwoofer Power box download set up (Subwoofer Power Box software upgrade)

Hints:

Supply AC Mains to the Active Subwoofer Power Box

Connect 13 pin cable from the Subwoofer Power Box to the connector 1103 on Programming Interface Board

Set DIP switch pin 2 (Boot) = ON, pin 4 (CU_DET) = ON, pin 6 (M_CTR) = ON (refer to table 1)

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Switch Position

DIP Switch

 

Description

IPOD SW

HDMI CEC

 

Power Box SW upgrade

 

upgrade

SW upgrade

 

1

 

Boot

OFF

 

ON

 

OFF

2

 

Boot

ON

 

OFF

 

ON

3

 

CU_DET

OFF

 

OFF

 

OFF

4

 

CU_DET

OFF

 

OFF

 

ON

5

 

CU_DET

OFF

 

OFF

 

OFF

6

 

M_CTR

OFF

 

OFF

 

ON

Table 1 DIP Switch Settings

 

Software

Target Module

Jumper Setting

type of cables needed

IPOD

MPEG Board 1010

 

Connect jumper to supply +5V

 

HDMI CEC

HDMI Board 1060

 

6 pin cable

Power Box

Active Subwoofer Power Box

 

no jumper

13 pin interface cable

Table 2 Jumper Settings and Cables needed

Software

Target Module

Setup file

Series

Device

Data Rate

IPOD

MPEG Board

HTS8140_IPOD_V1.0.ini

900/L1

TMP91

19200 bps

1010

FW60

 

HDMI Board

   

TMP86

 

HDMI CEC

1060

HTS8140_CEC_v1.0.ini

870/C

FH92

9600 bps

 

Active

       

Power Box

Subwoofer

Power Box

HTS8140_PWRBOX_FRONT_V1.0.ini

900/L1

TMP91

FY42

115200 bps

5)

Table 3 Flash Programmer Work Environment Configuration

Go to the “Object File” tab in Setup Dialog box of Flash Programmer. “Browse” and locate the software upgrade file as shown in figure 17-a and 17-b.

IPOD Software Power Box Software
IPOD Software
Power Box Software

Figure 17-a Example: Locating the IPOD and Power Box software upgrade files (Motorola S Format *.s32)

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HDMI CEC Software
HDMI CEC Software

Figure 17-b Example: Locating the HDMI CEC software upgrade file (iHEX format *.h20)

6)

After locating the software upgrade file, click OK in Object File tab of Setup Dialog Box. The Setup Dialog Box will disappear.

Note: If communication between the devices is not ready, the error message as described in figure 18 might appear. Just click “OK” to make it disappear.

18 might appear. Just click “OK” to make it disappear. Figure 18 7) Press the Reset

Figure 18

7)

Press the Reset button (the white button) on the Programming Interface Board.

8)

When the devices (programming interface board and target module) are ready, there will be indicated as “Connected” in status bar at the bottom of the Flash Programmer Main Window as shown in figure 19-a. Erase all data in the target module as shown in figure 19-b or

19-c.

Status bar will show “Connected” when the devices are ready
Status bar will show “Connected” when the devices are ready

Figure 19-a

show “Connected” when the devices are ready Figure 19-a Figure 19-b Message box asking for erasing

Figure 19-b Message box asking for erasing all data in target device will pop up as shown in figure 19. Click “Yes” Button to ease all data.

Chip Erase button
Chip Erase button

Figure 19-c In case the message box for chip erasing does not pop up automatically, click E (Erase Button) to erase all data in target device. Chip Erase message will then pop up as shown in figure 19-b. Click “Yes” to erase all data.

9)

When all data in the target module has been erased, the message box as shown in figure 20 will pop up.

erased, the message box as shown in figure 20 will pop up. Figure 20 10) After

Figure 20

10) After the chip erasing has been completed, click P (program) button. This will download the software into the target module as shown in figure 21. When the software upgraded is completed the message box as shown in figure 22 will appear.

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Chip Program button
Chip Program
button

Figure 21

34231 Service Test Program Chip Program button Figure 21 Figure 22 11) Check the software version

Figure 22

11) Check the software version of the target module to confirm that it has been upgraded. (Refer to section 5.3 for details).

5.6. Reprogramming of DVD Version Matrix

After repair, the customer setting and region code may be lost. Reprogramming will put the set back in the state which it has left the factory, i.e. with the default setting and the allowed region code.

Model

Region

Region

TV Type

 

Code

HTS8140/05/12

EUROPE

2

PAL

HTS8140/37

NAFATA

1

NTSC

HTS8140/55

LATAM

4

NTSC

HTS8140/75

AUSTRALIA

4

PAL

HTS8140/93

CHINA

6

PAL

HTS8140/98

APAC

3

MUTLI

To reprogram, do as follows:

1)

Power up the set and select DISC source

2)

Open the tray with remote control or front panel key

3)

Press the following buttons on the Remote Control

<9><9><9><9> <SUBTITLE> <1>… for HTS8140/05/12 <9><9><9><9> <SUBTITLE> <2>… for HTS8140/37 <9><9><9><9> <SUBTITLE> <3>… for HTS8140/55 <9><9><9><9> <SUBTITLE> <4>… for HTS8140/98 <9><9><9><9> <SUBTITLE> <5>… for HTS8140/93 <9><9><9><9> <SUBTITLE> <6>… for HTS8140/75

4)

The display shows “YYYY-ZZ” and the tray will close

YYYY = model number (e.g. 8100, 8140, 6600, etc.) ZZ = stroke version (e.g. 12, 37, 59, etc.)

5.7.

Trade Mode

Trade mode is a feature that will block all set keys when enabled. It is for dealers to prevent customers from moving disc, changing source etc. using the set keys on the touch panel. Rotary and Remote Control (RC) keys are still allowed in Trade Mode.

To activate Trade Mode:

1)

Power up the set and select DISC source.

2)

Open DVD Door by pressing “OPEN/CLOSE” button on

3)

Remote Control. Then press buttons <2> <5> <9> on the RC.

4)

The TV Screen will show ‘TRA ON’ and the DVD Door will close.

Trade Mode is then enabled.

To deactivate Trade Mode:

1)

Power up the set and select DISC source.

2)

Open DVD Door by pressing “OPEN/CLOSE” button on

3)

Remote Control. Then press buttons <2> <5> <9> on the RC.

4)

The display will show ‘TRA OFF’ and the tray will close.

Trade Mode is then disabled.

5.8

How to change tuning grid (/55/75/93/98 only)

In some countries, the frequency step between adjacent channels in FM band is 50 kHz or

100 kHz (AM/MW band is 9 kHz or 10 kHz).

1 Press RADIO repeatedly to select ‘FM’ or ‘AM/MW’ band.

2 Press” x “.

3 Press and hold” u “until ‘GRID 9’ or

‘GRID 10’ is displayed. ‘GRID 9’ for FM 50 kHz (or AM 9 kHz) and ‘GRID 10’ for FM 100 kHz (or AM 10 kHz). Note This feature only applicable for certain region. Change tuning grid erases all preset radio stations.

Block Diagram, Wiring Diagram

Main Unit Block Diagram

3139 785 34231

6. EN 35
6. EN 35

Main Unit_block_3139 249 45871-130-a3.pdf_26 May 2008

Block Diagram, Wiring Diagram

3139 785 34231

6. EN 36
6. EN 36

Power Box Block Diagram

Coxial Input Optical Input AIO BOARD From Center Unit SPDIF1 SPDIFIN1 3V3 SPDIF-OPT 3V3 Buffer
Coxial Input
Optical Input
AIO BOARD
From Center Unit
SPDIF1
SPDIFIN1
3V3
SPDIF-OPT
3V3
Buffer
+5VL
-5V6
SPDIF0