pioneer_pdr-609.pdf

Pioneer PDR 609 - JAKI LASER

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PDR-609

THIS MANUAL IS APPLICABLE TO THE FOLLOWING MODEL(S) AND TYPE(S).
Model

Power Requirement

Type

Remarks

PDR-609
KU/CA

O

AC120V

WV

O

AC220- 240V

WY

O

AC220- 240V

FOR U.S. MODELS
NECESSARY INFORMATION FOR DHHS
RULES MARKED ON THE REAR BASE AND ON
THE TOP OF CD MECHANISM AS BELOW.
DANGER - LASER RADIATION WHEN OPEN.
AVOID DIRECT EXPOSURE TO BEAM.

CONTENTS
1. SAFETY INFORMATION ....................................... 2
2. EXPLODED VIEWS AND PARTS LIST ................. 4
3. BLOCK DIAGRAM AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM .. 12
4. PCB CONNECTION DIAGRAM ........................... 36
5. PCB PARTS LIST ................................................ 46
6. ADJUSTMENT ..................................................... 51
7. GENERAL INFORMATION .................................. 64
7.1 DIAGNOSIS ................................................... 64

7.1.1 ERROR CODE .........................................
7.1.2 TROUBLE SHOOTING ............................
7.1.3 ERROR MEESAGE "CHECK TEMP" .......
7.1.4 CD-R DISC MANUFACTURER CODE .....
7.1.5 DISASSEMBLY ........................................
7.1.6 DIAGNOSIS OF CD-R CORE ASSY ........
7.2 PARTS ...........................................................
7.2.1 IC .............................................................
7.2.2 DISPLAY ..................................................
8. PANEL FACILITIES AND SPECIFICATIONS .......

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PIONEER CORPORATION

4-1, Meguro 1-chome, Meguro-ku, Tokyo 153-8654, Japan
PIONEER ELECTRONICS SERVICE, INC. P.O. Box 1760, Long Beach, CA 90801-1760, U.S.A.
PIONEER EUROPE NV Haven 1087, Keetberglaan 1, 9120 Melsele, Belgium
PIONEER ELECTRONICS ASIACENTRE PTE. LTD. 253 Alexandra Road, #04-01, Singapore 159936

c PIONEER CORPORATION 2000
T - ZZY AUG. 2000 Printed in Japan

PDR-609

1. SAFETY INFORMATION
This service manual is intended for qualified service technicians ; it is not meant for the casual do-ityourselfer. Qualified technicians have the necessary test equipment and tools, and have been trained
to properly and safely repair complex products such as those covered by this manual.
Improperly performed repairs can adversely affect the safety and reliability of the product and may
void the warranty. If you are not qualified to perform the repair of this product properly and safely, you
should not risk trying to do so and refer the repair to a qualified service technician.
WARNING
This product contains lead in solder and certain electrical parts contain chemicals which are known to the state of California to cause
cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm.
Health & Safety Code Section 25249.6 - Proposition 65

NOTICE
(FOR CANADIAN MODEL ONLY)
Fuse symbols
(fast operating fuse) and/or
be of identical designation.

(slow operating fuse) on PCB indicate that replacement parts must

REMARQUE
(POUR MOD?LE CANADIEN SEULEMENT)
Les symboles de fusible
(fusible de type rapide) et/ou
de remplacement doivent avoir la m?me désignation.

(fusible de type lent) sur CCI indiquent que les pi?ces

(FOR USA MODEL ONLY)

1. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
T he following check should be performed for the
continued protection of the customer and service
technician.

ANY MEASUREMENTS NOT WITHIN THE LIMITS
OUTLINED ABOVE ARE INDICATIVE OF A POTENTIAL
SHOCK HAZARD AND MUST BE CORRECTED BEFORE
RETURNING THE APPLIANCE TO THE CUSTOMER.

LEAKAGE CURRENT CHECK
Measure leakage current to a known earth ground (water
pipe, conduit, etc.) by connecting a leakage current tester
such as Simpson Model 229-2 or equivalent between the
earth ground and all exposed metal parts of the appliance
(input/output terminals, screwheads, metal overlays, control
shaft, etc.). Plug the AC line cord of the appliance directly
into a 120V AC 60Hz outlet and turn the AC power switch
on. Any current measured must not exceed 0.5mA.

Reading should
Leakage not be above
current 0.5mA
tester

Device
under
test
Test all
exposed metal
surfaces

Also test with
plug reversed
(Using AC adapter
plug as required)

AC Leakage Test

2

Earth
ground

2. PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE
Many electrical and mechanical parts in the appliance
have special safety related characteristics. These are
often not evident from visual inspection nor the protection
afforded by them necessarily can be obtained by using
replacement components rated for voltage, wattage, etc.
Replacement parts which have these special safety
characteristics are identified in this Service Manual.
Electrical components having such features are identified
by marking with a on the schematics and on the parts list
in this Service Manual.
The use of a substitute replacement component which does
not have the same safety characteristics as the PIONEER
recommended replacement one, shown in the parts list in
this Service Manual, may create shock, fire, or other hazards.
Product Safety is continuously under review and new
instructions are issued from time to time. For the latest
information, always consult the current PIONEER Service
Manual. A subscription to, or additional copies of, PIONEER
Service Manual may be obtained at a nominal charge from
PIONEER.

PDR-609

IMPORTANT
THIS PIONEER APPARATUS CONTAINS
LASER OF CLASS 3b.
SERVICING OPERATION OF THE APPARATUS
SHOULD BE DONE BY A SPECIALLY
INSTRUTED PERSON.

LASER DIODE CHARACTERISTICS
MAXIMUM OUTPUT POWER: 23 mW
WAVELENGTH: 778 - 787 nm

LABEL CHECK
WV type

WY types

WY and WV types

Printed on Rear Panel

KU/CA type

Shield Case

Printed on Rear Panel

ADVARSEL
USYNLIG LASERSTR?LING VED ?BNING N?R SIKKERHED SAFBRYDERE ER UDE AF FUNKTION.
UNDG? UDSAETTELSE FOR STR?LING

VORSICHT!
UNSICHTBARE LASER-STRAHLUNG TRITT AUS, WENN DECKEL
(ODER KLAPPE) GEÖFFNET IST! NICHT DEM STRAHL AUSSETZEN!
VRW1094

WY type

Additional Laser Caution
1. Laser Interlock Mechanism
The position of the switch (S101) on the LOAB Assy for
detecting loading state is detected by the system
microprocessor, and the design prevents laser diode
oscillation when the switch (S101) is not on TRAY terminal
side (TRAY signal is OFF or high level.). Thus, the
interlock will no longer function if the switch (S101) is
deliberately set to TRAY terminal side (low level).
The interlock also does not function in the test mode * .
Laser diode oscillation will continue, if pin 1 of CN101 on
the CD-R CORE ASSY is connected to low level.
2. When the cover is opened with the servo mechanism
block removed and turned over, close viewing of the
objective lens with the naked eye will cause exposure to a
Class 1 laser beam.

* Refer to page 51.

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PDR-609

2. EXPLODED VIEWS AND PARTS LIST

o Parts marked by " NSP " are generally unavailable because they are not in our Master Spare Parts List.
o The mark found on some component parts indicates the importance of the safety factor of the part.
Therefore, when replacing, be sure to use parts of identical designation.
o Screws adjacent to mark on the product are used for disassembly.
2.1 PACKING
NOTES:

KU/CA type only

11

12
o
REC

TIM

SYN
CHR
O

E

DISP
/CH LAY
ARA

4
PQ

ME
DEL NU
ETE/

7

MA

CUR
SOR

PRO
GRA
M

SKI
P PLA
Y

SE

T

SKI
P ID

5
TU

& gt; 10

C

3
MN

WX

9

AUT
MA
O/
NUA
L

DE

L

V

6

F

O

YZ

NA

ME

3

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ENT
ER

RAN
DOM

JK

8

10/0

1
REP
EAT
FAD
ER

AB

2

I

RS

RK

4

13

1
GH

SC
RO
LL

2

?

7
NAM
E CLIP

CHE
CK

8
CLE
AR

CLE

I
SELNPU
ECT T
ER

AR

Î

WV, and WY type only

3

18
1

2

6
WV type only
WY type only

6

11

12
o
REC

TIM

SYN
CHR
O

E

DISP
/CH LAY
ARA

1
GH

SC
RO
LL

4
PQ

ME
DEL NU
ETE/

13

8

CUR
SOR

T

SKI
P ID

9

6

F

O

YZ

NA

ME

?
?

7
NAM
E CLIP

CHE
CK

8
CLE
AR

CLE

I
SELNPU
ECT T
ER

AR

7

AUT
MA
O/
NUA
L

DE

3
MN

WX

& gt; 10

C

L

V

3

ENTE
R

RAN
DOM
PRO
GRA
M

SE

JK

5
TU

10/0

1
REP
EAT
FAD
ER
SKI
P PLA
Y

AB

2

I

RS

RK

4

WY type only

7

MA

Î

3

18

8
1

9
10

13

20
WY type only
15 (2/2)

15 (1/2)
17
WV type only
11

12

16 (2/2)

o
REC

TIM

SYN
CHR
O

E

DISP
/CH LAY
ARA

4
PQ

7

MA

CUR
SOR

SE

T

SKI
P ID

JK

5
TU

8

10/0

& gt; 10

C

MN
WX

9

AUT
MA
O/
NUA
L

DE

3

L

V

6

F

O

YZ

NA

ME

3

?

ENTE
R

RAN
DOM
PRO
GRA
M

AB

2

I

RS

RK

4

1
REP
EAT
FAD
ER
SKI
P PLA
Y

1
GH

SC
RO
LL
ME
DEL NU
ETE/

?

7
NAM
E CLIP

CHE
CK

8
CLE
AR

CLE

I
SELNPU
ECT T
ER

AR

Î

16 (1/2)

18
1

21

13

14
4

3

PDR-609

(1) PACKING PARTS LIST
Mark No.

Description

Part No.

AC Power Cord
Warranty Card
Audio Cable (L= 1m)
ooooo
ooooo

See Contrast table (2)
See Contrast table (2)
PDE1249

6

NSP

1
2
3
4
5

Operating Instructions
(English)
Operating Instructions
(German/Italian)
Operating Instructions
(Dutch/Swedish)
Operating Instructions
(Spanish/ Portuguese)
Operating Instructions
(English/French)

See Contrast table (2)

7
8
9
10

See Contrast table (2)
See Contrast table (2)
See Contrast table (2)

14
15

Remote Control Unit
Dry Cell Battery (R6P, AA)
Polyethylene Bag
(0.03 × 230 × 340)
Packing Case
Protecter (F)

16
17
18
19
20

Protecter (R)
Mirror Mat Sheet
Battery Cover
ooooo
Accessory Spacer

See Contrast table (2)

21

NSP

11
12
13

See Contrast table (2)

PWW1169
VEM-013
Z21-038

Rear Spacer

See Contrast table (2)

See Contrast table (2)
RHA1238
RHA1239
Z23-007
RZN1156

(2) CONTRAST TABLE
PDR-609/KU/CA, WV and WY types are constructed the same except for the following:
Part No.
Mark No.

Symbol and Description

Remarks
KU/CA
type

NSP

1
2
6
7
8
9
10
14
20
21

WV
type

WY
type

AC Power Cord
Warranty Card
Operating Instructions
(English)
Operating Instructions
(German/Italian)
Operating Instructions
(Dutch/Swedish)
Operating Instructions
(Spanish/ Portuguese)
Operating Instructions
(English/ Frenche)

ADG7021
ARY7045
PRB1306

ADG7004
ARY7022
PRB1306

ADG1127
ARY7022
Not used

Not used

Not used

PRD1060

Not used

Not used

PRD1064

Not used

Not used

PRD1065

Not used

Not used

PRE1290

Packing Case
Accessory Spacer
Rear Spacer

PHG2418
Not used
Not used

PHG2429
Not used
RHC1072

PHG2419
PHC1093
Not used

5

PDR-609

2.2 EXTERIOR SECTION
35
KU/CA type only

18
13

9

8

25

34
36
23

9

Refer to
" 2.4 CD-R CORE ASSY(1/2) " ,
" 2.5 CD-R CORE ASSY(2/2) " .

19
KU/CA type only

17

21

21 G
H
KU/CA
Type Only
14

23

30
J

G

22

I

F
H

8

D

33

2

11

A
9

J

31
32
9

21
I

78

E

H

21
28

21
27

8

26

8F

21

6
12

8E

NOTE

D

D4

8

3

12

B

A

29

1
C

24
10

21
21

Refer to
" 2.3 FRONT PANEL ASSY) "

8

A

5
B
C

21

16
15

15

6

8
NOTE
This Parts of no service part.
partially of the PCB board of COMPLEX Assy.

PDR-609

(1) EXTERIOR SECTION PARTS LIST
Mark No.
1
2
3
4
5

NSP
NSP
NSP
NSP
NSP

Description

Part No.

Mark No.

Description

Part No.

AUDIO ASSY
AC Inlet
25P Flexible Cable/60v
9P Flexible Cable/60v
Connector Ass'y (8p)

See Contrast table (2)
See Contrast table (2)
PDD1220
PDD1221
PDE1311

21
22
23
24
25

Screw
Screw
Screw
Binder
Bonnet (Fe)

BBZ30P080FCC
BBZ40P080FCC
FBT40P080FZK
PEC-107
PYY1147

6
7
8
9
10

Connector Ass'y (6p)
Power Supply Unit
Screw (Steel)
Screw (Steel)
Under Base

PDE1314
PWR1029
ABA1011
ABA1207
PNA2560

26
27
28
29
30

Caution Label HE
Caution Label
Caution Label
Power Button B (Abs)
Tray Panel (Abs)

See Contrast table (2)
See Contrast table (2)
See Contrast table (2)
PAC2003
PNW2972

11
12
13
14
15

Rear Base 609 (Mtl)
Mecha Base (Mtl)
Shield Case (Mtl)
Shield Plate (Mtl)
PCB Holder

See Contrast table (2)
PNB1623
PNB1630
See Contrast table (2)
PNW2029

31
32
33
34
35

CD-R CORE PCB ASSY
Screw
Fuse (FU1: 2A)
Bush
Nylon Rivet

PYY1286
PPZ30P080FMC
215002
See Contrast table (2)
See Contrast table (2)

16
17
18
19
20

Insulator
CD-R CORE Ass'y
Caution Label
Disc Caution Label
ooooo

PNW2766
PXA1631
See Contrast table (2)
See Contrast table (2)

36

Shield Finger

See Contrast table (2)

(2) CONTRAST TABLE
PDR-609/KU/CA, WV and WY types are constructed the same except for the following:
Part No.
Mark No.

Symbol and Description

Remarks
KU/CA
type

NSP

WV
type

WY
type

1
2
11
14
18

AUDIO ASSY
AC Inlet
Rear Base 609 (Mtl)
Shield Plate (Mtl)
Caution Label

PWZ4098
AKP7025
PNA2562
PNB1631
PRW1516

PWZ4099
AKP7005
PNA2563
Not used
Not used

PWZ4099
AKP7005
PNA2563
Not used
Not used

19
26
27
28
34

Disc Caution Label
Caution Label HE
Caution Label
Caution Label
Bush

PRW1532
Not used
Not used
Not used
ABF1015

Not used
Not used
Not used
PRW1018
Not used

Not used
PRW1233
VRW1094
Not used
Not used

35
36

Nylon Rivet
Shield Finger

AEC1160
PBK1153

Not used
Not used

Not used
Not used

7

PDR-609
2.3 FRONT PANEL SECTION
27
9

25
1

7
17
27

G

28

27

14
3
11

F

12
15
10
8

26

24
A

2

A

E

13
18
4

5
Accessories of VR Assy.

(1) FRONT PANEL SECTION PARTS LIST
Mark No.
NSP
NSP

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11

Description
OPERATING ASSY
HEADPHONE ASSY
VOLUME ASSY
Knob (Abs)
Vol Knob (Pls)
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Mode Button B (Abs)
Play Button B (Abs)
Manual Button B L (Abs)
Manual Button B R (Abs)
Rec Button B (Abs)

Part No.

Mark No.

Description

Part No.

12
13
14
15

PAC2004
PAC2005
PAC2006
PAC2007
PAC2025
NSP

Name Plate
Display Window OR
LED Lens(Abs)
Front Panel

PAM1776
See Contrast table (2)
PNW2745
See Contrast table (2)

16
17
18
24
25

See Contrast table (2)
See Contrast table (2)
See Contrast table (2)
PAC1707
PAC1901

ooooo
Sub Panel (Abs)
Jog Knob B (Pls)
Screw With Washer
19P Flexible Cable/60v

PNW2975
RAC2210
ABA1005
PDD1219

26
27
28

CD-R Getter Label
Screw
Rimocon Sheet

AAX7837
PPZ30P080FMC
AEE7021

(2) CONTRAST TABLE
PDR-609/KU/CA, WV and WY types are constructed the same except for the following:
Part No.
Mark No.

Symbol and Description

Remarks
KU/CA
type

NSP
NSP

8

1
2
3
13
15

OPERATING ASSY
HEADPHONE ASSY
VOLUME ASSY
Display Window OR
Front Panel

WV
type

WY
type

PWZ4108
PWZ4118
PWZ4128
PAM1826
PNW2971

PWZ4109
PWZ4119
PWZ4129
PAM1827
PNW2976

PWZ4109
PWZ4119
PWZ4129
PAM1827
PNW2976

PDR-609
2.4 CD-R CORE ASSY (1/2)

o Bottom View

9
8

1

12

B

17

3
19
Refer to
" 2.5 CD-R CORE ASSY (2/2) " .

13

18

6
7

5
4

15

2

To
CD-R CORE
CN101

14

11

16
10

o CD-R CORE ASSY(1/2) PARTS LIST
Mark No.
NSP

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

Description

Part No.

Mark No.

Description

Part No.

LOAB Assy
32P Flexible Cable / 30V
Connector Assy
DC Motor (LOADING)
Connector Assy 2P

VWG2171
PDD1222
PG03KK-E07
PXM1027
VKP2253

11
12
13
14
15

Tray
Gear Pulley
Loading Gear
Drive Gear
Drive Cam

VNL1910
VNL1866
VNL1860
VNL1861
VNL1862

Motor Pulley
Loading Motor Assy
Clamper Plate
Rubber Belt
Loading Base S

PNW1634
VXX2505
VNE2162
VEB1320
PNW2968

16
17
18
19

Lock Plate
Bridge
Clamper
Screw

VNL1820
VNL1859
VNL1738
JGZ179028FMC

9

PDR-609
2.5 CD-R CORE ASSY (2/2)

19
20

25
15

10
9

7

11

18
24

24

22

16
To
CD-CORE
CN452

17

2
3
5

C

1
4

21
4

27
(Black)

26
(Gray)

8

o Bottom View

1

How to Install the Disc Table
1 Use nippers or other tool to cut the two sections marked A in figure 1 .
2 While supporting the spindle motor shaft with the stopper, put spacer on

24

top of the carriage base, and stick the disc table on top (takes about 9kg
pressure). Take off the spacer.

22

14

12
6

A

1
A

Spacer

13

2

(Pressure of about 9kg)
Disc table Assy
Spacer setting
Position
Spacer

11mm
2.8mm
Carriage
Base

Spindle
motor

Spacer

PCB
OK

16

10

Servo Base

NG

Stopper

PDR-609

o CD-R CORE ASSY(2/2) PARTS LIST
Mark No.
NSP

Part No.

MECHA PCB Assy
DC Motor (SPINDLE)
DC Motor (CARRIAGE)
Float Rubber
Carriage Motor Assy

PWX1625
PXM1044
PXM1045
PEB1308
PEA1353

6
7
8
9
10

Rack Spring
Reflection Sheet
Float Base
Pinion Gear
Gear A

DBH1285
PNM1325
PNW2964
PNW2994
PNW2855

NSP

11
12
13
14
15

Gear B
Gear C
Rack
Rack Stopper
Disc Table

PNW2856
PNW2969
PNW2965
PNW2966
PNW2860

NSP

16
17
18
19
20

Carriage Base
Flexible Cable (08P)
Guide Bar
Sub Guide Bar
Magnet

PNW2967
VDA1822
VLL1504
VLL1505
VYM1024

21
22
23
24
25

CD-R Pickup
Screw
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Screw
Disc Table Assy

PEA1356
Z39-018
JGZ17P028FMC
PEA1349

26
27

Floating Spring (Gray)
Floating Sprin B (Black)

PBH1232
PBH1234

NSP

NSP
NSP

1
2
3
4
5

Description

11

1

2

3

4

PDR-609

3. BLOCK DIAGRAM AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
3.1 BLOCK DIAGRAM
A

IC503
LC324265AT-25
D-RAM

IC504
PCX1027
VCO IC

(25P)

Address

CN502

Data

ADLRCK

84

IC501
PDC069A
EFM ENCODER IC

DALRCK

79
78

DADATA

77
158
159
160

131

23
29
32
30
31

C

18
19
17
26
20
23

A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H

A-H

25

48
91

39

98
89

IC101
AK8567
RF PROCESSOR

29
32

88
10
9

30
80

31

RFWBL

IC251-IC254
BOUT
RUNNING OPC
AOUT
CIRCUIT
BLOCK

WRF
RFDC

RFDC

FE

FE

TE

TE

RFAC

RFAC

LD CONTROL
CIRCUIT
RFDC

MECHA PCB
ASSY
FG

1

FG

SPDL

1
2

7

SPDL

8

16

TRK+

17

TRK-

SL

4

137

135

134

(OP)

18

SL

4

6

11

6

12

CARRIAGE MOTOR
ASSY (SLIDER)
PEA1353

65 67 66 64

39
41
50

IC201
PA9007A
SERVO AMP IC

SPDL

13

IC401
CXD2585Q
CD DECODER

57

58

IC301
PE5190A
MECHANISM
CONTROL uCOM.
59
4

15

FCS-

DC MOTOR
ASSY
(SPINDLE)
PXM1044

M

52

FG
FCS+

M

31

19

CN601 CN452
1

24

43

AOUT
TE

FG

22

DOUT

17.2872MHz

C
PC651
NJL5809K-F1

(CO)

DIN3

21

BOUT

20

20

DIN2

CDTX

26

13

DABCK
14
DIN1 (OP)

CDTX

17

CDDATA

CD-R
PICKUP
PEA1356

24

CDLRCK

19

7
16

CN101
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
FCS+
FCS-
TRK+
TRK-

18

CDDATA

33.8688MHz

CDBCK

Disc (CD, CD-R, CD-RW)

CDLRCK

X501

CDBCK

B

17.2872MHz

58

136

117

25

3

DAMCK

A CD-R CORE PCB ASSY

CN1

2

ADDATA

85

24

5

ADBCK

83

IC302
MM1522XU
TEMPERATURE
SENSOR IC

IC451
BA5810FP
TRK DRIVER
FCS DRIVER
SLD DRIVER
SPDL DRIVER
LOADING DRIVER

CN302
(9P)

IC303
PYY1287
(BR93LC66F)
EEPROM

14
9

L

10

M
LOADING
MOTOR
ASSY
VXX2505

D

L

L

4

: RF SIGNAL ROUTE

L

5

: AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE

CN453

(OP)

V+5A (6P)
CN901
V+5D

: OPTICAL SIGNAL ROUTE
(CO)

1

: COAXIAL SIGNAL ROUTE

CD-R CORE ASSY
(PXA1631)

(D)

V+6P

: AUDIO SIGNAL (DIGITAL) ROUTE
(R)

5

: AUDIO SIGNAL (REC) ROUTE

12
1

2

3

3
2

4

5

6

7

8

PDR-609

IC801
NJM4565M

(8P)

(R)
3

(25P)

CN801(2/2)

2

(R)

VR802
REC VR

(8P)

A

(8P)

CN801(1/2) CN807(1/2)

(R)

1

3

3

3

1

6

JA801

(R)

Lch

4

6

6

3

4

IC803
AK4524VF
A/D
CONVERTER

CN401

F VR ASSY

(8P)

CN807(2/2)

1

INPUT
8

Rch

8

27,28
25,26

(R)

DAMCK

7

DALRCK

16

12

14

KU/CA type Only
16
1

DABCK

14

21

IC404
NJM4558MD

13

3

R ch

1

CN402
(5P)

DOUT

24

OUTPUT

WY and wv types Only

(CO)

DIN3

22

3

(OP)

DIN1

20

IC401
PE8001A
D/A CONVERTER

2

L ch

7

5

DADATA

13

JA1403

DATA

ADDATA

ADDATA

3

11

BCK

13

ADBCK

LRCK

5
2

7

5

1
2

IC405
BA4560F

D AUDIO ASSY

B

3
4

1

3

5

CN410

(5P)

1

E

2
3

HEADPHONE
VR ASSY

4
5

JA403

PHONES
VR401
HEADPHONE VR
JA651

(OP)

DIN1

OPTICAL IN
IC601

(CO)

DIN3

IC601
TC74HCU04AF
(OP)

C

JA652

(CO)
4

L602

1

COAXIAL IN
JA654

COAXIAL OUT
DITOUT

10

5

(OP)

OPTICAL OUT
JA653
CN602

CN601

(9P)

CN701

(19P)

V+8A

(19P)

V+5A V+16A V+12A V-16A V-12A

IC701
PDC066
MODE CONTROL
MICROCOMPUTER
85

IC902

3

4

5

10

2

3

4

5

10

GND

2

V+8A

V-16A

86

GND

IC901
V+16A

IC903

V+5D

(14P)

CN901

D701
D702

G OPERATING ASSY
V701
PEL1101
FL DISPLAY

KEY MATRIX

(14P)
(6P)

CN202

D

CN201

1
3
2

+5V REG.

5

+6V REG.

+16V REG.

-16V REG.

+5V REG.

KU/CA: AC120V
WV, WY: AC220- AC240V

H
POWER SUPPLAY UNIT

SWITING REGULATOR

13
5

6

7

8

1

2

3

4

3

4

PDR-609
3.2 OVERALL CONNECTION DIAGRAM
A
CN201

CN901

CN302

CN602

CN502

CN401

H
POWER SUPPLY UNIT
(PWR1029)

CN202

CN901
B

A A 1/5- A 5/5
CD-R CORE PCB ASSY
(PYY1286)

B

CN101

CN451

CN601

CN452

LOAB ASSY
(VWG2171)

C

C

MECHA PCB ASSY
(PWX1625)

CD-R PICKUP
(PEA1356)

CN1

CN101

Refer to page18

CD-R CORE ASSY
(PXA1631)

D

14
1

2

5

6

7

8

PDR-609
Note : When ordering service parts, be sure to refer to " EXPLODED VIEWS and PARTS LIST " or " PCB PARTS LIST " .

A

D D 1/2- D 2/2

B

AUDIO ASSY
(KU/CA : PWZ4098)
(WV, WY: PWZ4099)

C

CN601

CN402

CN801

CN410

CN807

CN701

E

G OPERATING ASSY

HEADPHONE ASSY
(KU/CA : PWZ4118)
(WV, WY: PWZ4119)

(KU/CA: PWZ4108)
(WV, WY: PWZ4109)

F

D

VOLUME ASSY
(KU/CA : PWZ4128)
(WV, WY: PWZ4129)

15
5

6

7

8

1

2

3

4

PDR-609
3.3 CD-R CORE PCB ASSY (1/5)

A 1/5

A

CD-R CORE PCB ASSY
(PYY1286)

B

A 4/5

THERMO SENSOR

1/2

2/2

A 3/5
C

RESET

EEEPROM
PYY1196

D

16

A 1/5
1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

PDR-609

A

A 3/5

8 BIT LATCH

NC

B

A 2/5

A 2/5,4/5
PE5190B
MECHA CONTROL
MICROCOMPUTER

10
9

A 5/5

8
7

C

6

3

2
1

D

CN302

: The power supply is shown with the marked box.

5

D 2/2 CN602

5

4

6

7

A 1/5
8

17

1

2

3

4

PDR-609
3.4 CD-R CORE PCB ASSY (2/5)

A 1/5

A

A 2/5

CD-R CORE PCB ASSY
(PYY1286)

11
12

CD-R PICKUP
(PEA1356)
B

C

(R)

(R)

CN1 CN101

D

A 2/5
1

2

(R)

(R)

18

A 1/5

A 3/5

A 4/5
3

4

5

6

7

8

PDR-609

A 1/5

A 4/5

A 5/5

A

A 1/5

A 4/5

B

RF PROCESSOR

1/2

A 3/5

C

2/2
1/2

2/2

F rank: 1%

F rank: 1%

CN102
TP_POINT

D

: RF SIGNAL ROUTE
(R)

14
13

16
15

: AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE (REC)

17

A 3/5
5

6

7

A 2/5
8

19

1

2

3

4

PDR-609
3.5 CD-R CORE PCB ASSY (3/5)
A

A 3/5
CD-R CORE PCB ASSY
(PYY1286)

2/2
1/2

2/2
1/2

1/2
2/2

A 2/5
B
2/2
1/2

A 5/5
C

18

A 2/5

D

20

A 3/5
1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

PDR-609

A

A 4/5

A 1/5
NC

A 4/5

MULTI PLEXER

A 2/5

NC

NC

B

A 1/5

NC
NC
NC
NC

C

SERVO AMP

D

5

6

7

A 3/5
8

21

1

2

3

4

PDR-609
3.6 CD-R CORE PCB ASSY (4/5)

A 5/5
A 1/5

A

(OP)

(OP)

23

B

A 1/5

EFM ENCODER

A 5/5
C

NC

4M DRAM

D

22

A 4/5
1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

PDR-609

24

A 4/5

A

CD-R CORE PCB ASSY
(PYY1286)

A 2/5
(D)

A 3/5

(D)

A 5/5
(D)

(OP)

D 1/2 CN401

(R)

(R)

B

(D)

(D)

(D)

(R)

C

19 20

21

A 5/5
A 2/5

22

D

A
2/5

(R)

A 3/5

5

: AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE (REC)

(D)

: AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE (DIGITAL)

(OP)

: AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE (OPTICAL)

6

7

A 4/5
8

23

1

2

3

4

PDR-609
3.7 CD-R CORE PCB ASSY (5/5)
A 4/5
A

A 5/5
CD-R CORE PCB ASSY

A 3/5

(PYY1286)

LOADING MOTOR
PXM1027

CN453

VKP2253

B

CN451

CN452

27

25
C

F rank (1%)

26

CN101

S101

B
LOAB ASSY
(VWG2171)

C
CARRIAGE MOTOR
ASSY (SLIDER)
PEA1359

(PWX1625)

S601
PSG1014

PC651
NJL5809K-F1

R602

D

MECHA PCB ASSY

J601

240

08FM-1.0ST

DC MOTOR ASSY
(SPINDLE)
PXM1044

R651

CN601

A 2/5
24

A 5/5 B C
1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

PDR-609

A

F rank (1%)

A 1/5

A 2/5

A 1/5

B

A 4/5

28

(D)
(D)

C

CN901

H
CN202

SIGNAL ROUTE

D

: RF SIGNAL
(D)

: AUDIO SIGNAL (DIGITAL)

: The power supply is shown with the marked box.

A 5/5
5

6

7

8

25

1

2

3

4

PDR-609

VOLTAGES and WAVEFORMS
Signal Logic
o Spindle System

Note :
The encircled numbers denote measuring point in the schematic
diagram.

A 4/5 CD-R CORE PCB ASSY

A 1/5 CD-R CORE PCB ASSY

A

Media

SPDLG1
(IC501-pin97)

SPDLG3
(IC501-pin99)

5V

Pickup Position

0V

Inner
CD

0V

5V

7

IC301 - pin 24 (XLATDEC)
V: 200mV/div. , H: 5msec/div.

3

CN302 - pin 5 (MSCK)
V: 200mV/div. , H: 500nsec/div.
(PLAY)

8

IC301 - pin 25 (CLOCKRF)
V: 200mV/div. H: 5msec/div.

4

CN302 - pin 7 (SYSREQ)
V: 200mV/div. , H: 5msec/div.

9

IC301 - pin 26 (DATA)
V: 200mV/div. , H: 5msec/div.

CN302 - pin 8 (MACK)
V: 200mV/div. , H: 5msec/div.

10

IC301 - pin 27 (XLATRF)
V: 200mV/div. , H: 5msec/div.

5V

* Inner: Absolute time is less than 23 minutes.
Outer: Absolute time is more than 23 minutes.
B

CN302 - pin 2 (MSO)
V: 200mV/div. , H: 5msec/div.

5V

STOP

2

5V

0V

IC301 - pin 21 (CLOCKDEC)
V: 200mV/div. , H: 5msec/div.

0V

8cm CD-R

6

5V

5V

12cm Outer

CD-R
CD-RW

0V

12cm Inner

CN302 - pin 1 (MSI)
V: 200mV/div. , H: 5msec/div.

5

Outer

1

A 1/5 CD-R CORE PCB ASSY
CLV
(IC301-pin 30)

ECLV
(IC301-pin 29)

STOP

0V

0V

CAV, W-CLV

5V

0V

E-CLV

5V

5V

Operating
Mode

* W-CLV: WOBBLECLV , E-CLV: EFMCLV

o Digital Input System

A 4/5 CD-R CORE PCB ASSY
at FS = 44.1 kHz

Others

0V

5V

at DIGITAL LOCK

at DIGITAL UNLOCK

0V

5V

XVCO
(IC501-pin 101)

C

DIRERR
(IC501-pin 142)

o Audio System

A 4/5 CD-R CORE PCB ASSY
A/D Converter used
at Analog REC Pause,
REC, Monitor
ADCSTBY
(CN502-pin 4)

Others

5V

0V

at MUTE ON
at MUTE OFF
(Audio Signal Not Output) (Audio Signal Output)
AMUTE
(CN502-pin 9)
D

5V

0V

o Others

A 1/5 CD-R CORE PCB ASSY
XPFAIL
(CN302-pin 9)

5V

26
1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

PDR-609

A

11

CN101 - pin 29 (F+)
V: 200mV/div. , H: 20usec/div.

12

A 5/5

A 4/5

A 2/5 CD-R CORE PCB ASSY

CD-R CORE PCB ASSY

CN101 - pin 30 (T+)
V: 200mV/div. , H: 20usec/div.

19

IC501 - pin 37 (REWLDON)
V: 200mV/div. , H: 1msec/div.
(REC) RW

25

CN452 - pin 4 (SL+)
V: 200mV/div. , H: 5msec/div.
(PLAY)

20

17

CN102-pin 8 (FE)
V: 20mV/div. , H: 2msec/div.
(PLAY)

CD-R CORE PCB ASSY

IC501 - pin 38 (WLDON)
V: 200mV/div. , H: 1msec/div.
(REC)

26

CN452 - pin 7 (SP+)
V: 200mV/div. , H: 5msec/div.
(PLAY)

B

A 3/5
CD-R CORE PCB ASSY
13

CN102 - pin 1 (EQRF)
V: 20mV/div. , H: 500nsec/div.
(PLAY)

14

CN102 - pin 2 (RF)
V: 50mV/div. , H: 500nsec/div.
(PLAY)

18

Foot of R212 (SPDL)
V: 20mV/div. , H: 2msec/div.
(PLAY)

21

IC501 - pin 45 (ODON)
V: 200mV/div. , H: 200nsec/div.
(REC)

27

CN452 - pin 1 (FG)
V: 200mV/div. , H: 1msec/div.
(PLAY)

22

IC501 - pin 48 (WDAT)
V: 200mV/div. , H: 200nsec/div.
(REC)

28

IC401 - pin 25 (MDP)
V: 200mV/div. , H: 5usec/div.
(PLAY)

C

15

CN102 - pin 4 (MPP)
V: 20mV/div. , H: 2msec/div.
(PLAY)

23

IC501 - pin 126 (SPDO)
V: 200mV/div. , H: 100usec/div.
(REC)

16

CN102 - pin 5 (TE)
V: 20mV/div. , H: 2msec/div.
(PLAY)

24

Foot of R583 (ATFG)
V: 200mV/div. , H: 20usec/div.
(REC)

D

27
5

6

7

8

1

2

3

4

PDR-609
3.8 AUDIO ASSY (1/2)

D 1/2

D 2/2

A

WV and WY type only

AUDIO ASSY
(R)

(KU/CA: PWZ4098)
(WV,WY: PWZ4099)

B

(D)

A 4/5 CN502

CN401

(D)

(D)

(OP)

(CO)

KU/CA

WY, WV

(D)

D 2/2

(D)

(CO)
(OP)

KU/CA
type only

C

KU/CA

WY, WV

CN901

SIGNAL ROUTE
: AUDIO SIGNAL
(OP)

H

(CO)

CN201

(D)
(R)

: OPTICAL SIGNAL
: COAXI AL SIGNAL
: AUDIO SIGNAL (DIGITAL)
: AUDIO SIGNAL (REC)

D

: The power supply is shown with the marked box.

D 2/2
28

D 1/2
1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

PDR-609

A

WV and WYtype only

A

B

B

BA4560F

CN402
KU/CA type only

A

D 2/2

C

KU/CA

B

R419
R420
R421
R422
R423
R424
R2429
R2430

WY, WV

4.7K
4.7K
0
0
180
180
100(RD)
100(RD)

1K
1K
1.8K
1.8K
1.8K
1.8K
100(RDR)
100(RDR)

KU/CA
C425
C426
C427
C428
C431
C432

WY, WV

470P
470P
220/25
220/25
22/50
22/50

1500P
1500P
PCH1128
PCH1128
PCH1124
PCH1124

CN410

E

5

D

HEADPHONE ASSY
(KU/CA : PWZ4118)
(WV, WY: PWZ4119)

6

7

D 1/2 E
8

29

1

2

3

4

PDR-609
3.9 AUDIO ASSY (2/2)
KU/CA

D 2/2 AUDIO ASSY

A
LINE IN
Lch

C803
C804
C811
C815
C819
C820
C832
C836

(KU/CA: PWZ4098)
(WV, WY: PWZ4099)

WY, WV

22/50
22/50
22/50
220/25
220/50
22/50
10/50
10/50

PCH1124
PCH1124
PCH1124
PCH1128
PCH1128
PCH1124
PCH1128
PCH1128

(R)

(R)
(R)

F

CN807

CN801

VOLUME ASSY
(KU/CA: PWZ4128)
(WV, WY: PWZ4129)

(R)

(R)

(R)

(R)

(R)

B
LINE IN
Rch
OPT IN

(OP)
(CO)
(OP)

OPT IN

COAX IN

(OP)

(OP)

(CO)

(CO)

(CO)

C

(OP)

(OP)

OPT OUT

COAX OUT

(CO)

(CO)

SR IN

D
TEXT SR

30

D 2/2 F
1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

PDR-609

A

KU/CA
type only

(R)

KU/CA
type only

D 1/2

(R)

(R)

(OP)

B

(OP)
(CO)

(CO)
(OP)

(OP)

WV, WY
type only

CN601

CN602

C

A 1/5 CN302

SIGNAL ROUTE
: AUDIO SIGNAL
(R)

: AUDIO SIGNAL (REC)
(OP)
(CO)

: OPTICAL SIGNAL
: COAXI AL SIGNAL

G
CN701

D

: The power supply is shown with the marked box.

5

6

7

D 2/2
8

31

1

2

3

4

3

4

PDR-609
3.10 OPERATING ASSY
A

KU/CA

B

WV, WY

S702:
S703:
S704: SYNCHRO
S705:
S706:
S707: TEXT
S708: MENU/DELETE
S709: OPEN/CLOSE
S710: RECORD
S711: REC MUTE
S712: SCROLL
S713: TIME
S714: DISPLAY/CHARA
S715: MONITER
S716: ERASE
S717: FINALIZE
S718: AUTO/MANUAL
S719: INPUT

C

D

32

G
1

2

5

6

7

8

PDR-609

A

D 2/2 CN601
CN701

B

KU and WY
type Only

C

: The power supply is shown with the marked box.

G OPERATING ASSY
(KU/CA: PWZ4108)
(WV, WY: PWZ4109)
D

5

6

7

G
8

33

1

2

3

4

PDR-609
3.11 POWER SUPPLY ASSY
A

H POWER SUPPLAY ASSY
(PWR1029)

B

FU1: 2A 250V
(215002)

491.800 (800mA)

C

CAUTION : FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION AGAINST RISK OF FIRE.
REPLACE WITH SAME TYPE NO. 491.800
MFD. BY
LITTELFUSE INC. FOR IC3.

o NOTE FOR FUSE REPLACEMENT
CAUTION - FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION AGAINST RISK OF FIRE.
REPLACE WITH SAME TYPE NO.215002
MFD. BY
LITTELFUSE INC. FOR FU1.

AC IN

D

34

H
1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

PDR-609

A

CN201

B

D 1/2
49101.6 (1.6A)

CN901

49101.6 (1.6A)

CN202

A 5/5
CN901

Service Parts
No.
FU1
IC01
IC02
IC03
IC04

Part No.
215002 (2A)
49101.6 (1.6A)
49101.6 (1.6A)
491.800 (0.8A)
49101.6 (1.6A)

49101.6 (1.6A)

C

CAUTION : FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION AGAINST RISK OF FIRE.
REPLACE WITH SAME TYPE NO. 49101.6 MFD. BY
LITTELFUSE INC. FOR IC1, IC2 and IC4 .

marked parts: Only these parts are supplied as service parts.

D

H
5

6

7

8

35

1

2

3

4

PDR-609

4. PCB CONNECTION DIAGRAM
NOTE FOR PCB DIAGRAMS :
A

1. Part numbers in PCB diagrams match those in the schematic
diagrams.
2. A comparison between the main parts of PCB and schematic
diagrams is shown below.
Symbol In PCB
Diagrams

Symbol In Schematic
Diagrams
B CEB CE

Connector

Capacitor

Transistor

BCE
B

C

EB

C

SIDE A

E
Transistor
with resistor

BCE
D
DGS

Part Name

3. The parts mounted on this PCB include all necessary parts for
several destinations.
For further information for respective destinations, be sure to
check with the schematic diagram.
4. View point of PCB diagrams.

GSD

GS
Field effect
transistor

P.C.Board

SIDE B

Chip Part

Resistor array

B
3-terminal
regulator

C

D

36
1

2

3

4

1

2

3

4

PDR-609

4.1 LOAB and MECHA PCB ASSYS
A

SIDE A

SIDE B

B LOAB ASSY

B
(VNP1762-A)

A

CN451

C MECHA PCB ASSY

C MECHA PCB ASSY

CARRIAGE
MOTOR

M

C

SPINDLE
MOTOR

M

A
CN452
(PNP1476-A)

(PNP1476-A)

D

BC
1

2

3

4

37

IC307 IC308
IC161 IC306 IC305 IC931
IC309
Q452 Q451 IC255
IC304 IC421 IC422

IC201

IC401

Q203
Q204

IC506
Q101 IC502

C

IC507 IC303
IC107 IC504
IC102
IC103

4

3

2

A

38

1

LOADING MOTOR

A CD-R CORE PCB ASSY

4
3
2
1

PDR-609

4.2 CD-R CORE PCB ASSY
A

SIDE A

B

(PNP1477-B)

D

D CN401

1

D CN602

2

IC451

Q202 Q201
IC301 Q402
Q401

IC207 IC206
IC251 IC253
IC252 IC254

3

To
CD-R PICKUP

(PNP1477-B)

3

A

4

39

CN101

IC501
IC310
IC101

H CN201

2

B

IC503 Q502

C CN601

1
4

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SIDE B
A

A CD-R CORE PCB ASSY

B

C

D

1

2

3

4

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4.3 AUDIO, HEADPHONE and VOLUME ASSYS
A

SIDE A

A

D AUDIO ASSY

F VOLUME ASSY
B

G
CN701
(PNP1478-A)

A
CN502

C

E HEADPHONE ASSY

(PNP1478-A)

D

40

DEF
1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

PDR-609

H CN201
A

SIDE A

A CN302
B

C

IC902 IC901
IC903
Q401 Q407 Q409
Q408 Q410

Q402

(PNP1478-A)

D

5

6

7

D
8

41

1

2

3

4

PDR-609

D AUDIO ASSY

A

SIDE B

B

C

(PNP1478-A)
IC601

IC404
IC801

IC405

Q405 Q404 Q403

D

42

D
1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

PDR-609

A

SIDE B

F VOLUME ASSY

B

(PNP1478-A)

C

E

Q404 Q403

IC401
IC803
IC804

HEADPHONE ASSY

(PNP1478-A)

IC402 IC403

D

5

6

7

DEF
8

43

1

2

3

4

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4.4 OPERATING ASSY
SIDE A

G OPERATING ASSY

A

B
(PNP1478-A)

G OPERATING ASSY
SIDE B

C

(PNP1478-A)
Q701 Q702

Q712

Q713

D

44

G
1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

PDR-609

D CN601
SIDE A
A

B

SIDE B

C

IC701

D
IC702

5

6

IC706

7

G
8

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5. PCB PARTS LIST
NOTES : ÷ Parts marked by " NSP " are generally unavailable because they are not in our Master Spare Parts List.
÷ The
mark found on some component parts indicates the importance of the safety factor of the part.
Therefore, when replacing, be sure to use parts of identical designation.
÷ When ordering resistors, first convert resistance values into code form as shown in the following examples.
Ex. 1
When there are 2 effective digits (any digit apart from 0), such as 560 ohm and 47k ohm (tolerance is shown by
J = 5%, and K = 10%).
560 Ohm = 56 × 10 1 = 561 ................................................... RD1/4PU 5 6 1 J
47k Ohm = 47 × 10 3 = 473 .................................................. RD1/4PU 4 7 3 J
0.5 Ohm = R50 ...................................................................... RN2H Â 5 0 K
1 Ohm = 1R0 ......................................................................... RS1P 1 Â 0 K
Ex. 2
When there are 3 effective digits (such as in high precision metal film resistors).
5.62k Ohm = 562 × 10 1 = 5621 ........................................... RN1/4PC 5 6 2 1 F

5.1 LIST OF WHOLE PCB ASSEMBLIES
Part No.
Mark

Symbol and Description
KU/CA
type

NSP

NSP
NSP

WY
type

CD-R CORE PCB ASSY
MECHA PCB ASSY
LOAB ASSY

PYY1286
PWX1625
VWG2171

PYY1286
PWX1625
VWG2171

COMPLEX ASSY
AUDIO ASSY
OPERATING ASSY
HEADPHONE ASSY
VOLUME ASSY

PWM2315
PWZ4098
PWZ4108
PWZ4118
PWZ4128

PWM2316
PWZ4099
PWZ4109
PWZ4119
PWZ4129

PWM2316
PWZ4099
PWZ4109
PWZ4119
PWZ4129

PWR1029

PWR1029

Remarks

PYY1286
PWX1625
VWG2171

POWER SUPPLY UNIT

NSP
NSP

WV
type

PWR1029

CONTRAST OF PCB ASSEMBLIES

E

HEADPHONE ASSY

Although PWZ4118 and PWZ4119 are different in part number, they consist of the same components.

F

VOLUME ASSY

Although PWZ4128 and PWZ4129 are different in part number, they consist of the same components.

G OPERATING ASSY
PWZ4108 and PWZ4109 are constructed the same except for the folloWing:
Part No.
Mark

Symbol and Description

Remarks
PWZ4108

R781
R785

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PWZ4109

Not used
RS1/10S473J

RS1/10S473J
Not used

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PCB PARTS LIST FOR PDR-609/KU/CA UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED
Mark No.

Description

Part No.

A CDR-CORE ASSY
SEMICONDUCTORS
IC101
IC252-IC254, IC421
IC451
IC303
IC401

AK8567
BA4510F
BA5810FP
BR93LC66F
CXD2585Q

IC255
IC310
IC502
IC102, IC103, IC304
IC309

HD74HC4053FP
HD74HC573T
LC324265AT-25
LM358M
LP2980IM5-4.5

IC161
IC302
IC251
IC201
IC504

MM1385AN
MM1522XU
NJU7016M
PA9007A
PCX1027

IC501
IC301
IC503
IC931
IC307

PDC069A
PE5190B
PQ20WZ51
PST9245
TC7S00F

IC506
IC308
IC507
Q451, Q452
Q204, Q205, Q401, Q402

TC7S02F
TC7S14F
TC7WU04F
2SK208
DTA124EK

Q501
Q101, Q201, Q203
Q502
D104, D201, D303, D451, D452
D105, D202, D251

DTA143EK
DTC114TK
DTC124EK
1SS355
DA204K

D252
D161, D162, D501-D503

MA704
RB521S-30

COILS AND FILTERS
X301
X501
L101, L1579, L302-L304
L401, L402, L501-L503
L507, L508, L511, L513, L514

PSS1024
PSS1025
QTL1013
QTL1013
QTL1013

L517, L521, L522
L509, L510, L515, L516
L518-L520

QTL1013
VTL1077
VTL1077

CAPACITORS
C901 (56uF/10V)
C129
C139, C304, C307-C309, C320
C104, C105
C574

ACH7109
CCSRCH100D50
CCSRCH101J50
CCSRCH121J50
CCSRCH220J50

C406, C420
C106, C119, C404
C128, C263, C352
C213, C256, C474, C475, C511
C517, C518

CCSRCH221J50
CCSRCH331J50
CCSRCH470J50
CCSRCH471J50
CCSRCH5R0C50

Mark No.

Description

Part No.

C902
C144, C151, C163, C201, C253
C325, C501, C503, C505, C519
C531, C537, C539, C549, C570
C581, C582

CEV101M6R3
CEV220M6R3
CEV220M6R3
CEV220M6R3
CEV220M6R3

C281
C101, C127, C130, C401, C409
C452
C108, C232, C258, C543
C114-C117, C123, C133, C215

CEV2R2M50
CEV470M6R3
CEV470M6R3
CKSQYB105K10
CKSQYB334K16

C227-C229
C426
C141, C207, C233, C252, C257
C322, C403, C407, C525, C932
C121, C137, C140, C161, C162

CKSQYB334K16
CKSQYB474K16
CKSRYB102K50
CKSRYB102K50
CKSRYB103K50

C226, C230, C231, C251, C412
C425, C454-C459, C470-C473
C515, C546, C557, C572, C583
C136, C198, C209, C224, C225
C303, C305, C306, C310, C314

CKSRYB103K50
CKSRYB103K50
CKSRYB103K50
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16

C421, C514, C516, C521, C522
C547, C548
C208, C414
C122
C138, C259

CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB104K16
CKSRYB152K50
CKSRYB222K50
CKSRYB223K50

C212, C451
C113, C205
C480, C481
C124
C102, C206, C413

CKSRYB272K50
CKSRYB333K16
CKSRYB471K50
CKSRYB472K50
CKSRYB473K16

C132
C204, C408, C468, C469
C125, C463, C464
C416, C905
C107, C111, C120, C126, C131

CKSRYB563K16
CKSRYB681K50
CKSRYB682K50
CKSRYF103Z50
CKSRYF473Z25

C135, C142, C145, C164, C199
C202, C211, C214, C217
C254, C255, C260-C262, C313
C315-C319, C321, C324, C351
C361, C402, C405, C410, C411

CKSRYF473Z25
CKSRYF473Z25
CKSRYF473Z25
CKSRYF473Z25
CKSRYF473Z25

C415, C453, C465, C482, C502
C504, C506, C508-C510
C512, C513, C520, C524
C527, C528, C530, C532-C536
C538, C540-C542, C545, C550

CKSRYF473Z25
CKSRYF473Z25
CKSRYF473Z25
CKSRYF473Z25
CKSRYF473Z25

C552, C554, C556, C558, C571
C584, C904, C931
C585 (0.22F/3.5V)
C143 (0.1F/5.5V)

CKSRYF473Z25
CKSRYF473Z25
PCH1145
PCH1146

RESISTORS
R454, R472 (10Ohmx4)
R307, R308, R360, R361(22kOhmx4)
R536, R552 (100kOhmx4)
R321, R322, R503 (100Ohm)
R507-R510, R556 (100Ohm)

ACN7041
ACN7073
ACN7081
DCN1092
DCN1092

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Mark No.

Description

Part No.

Mark No.

Description

Part No.

R1901-R1904, R901-R905
R116, R468, R470, R476, R478
R114
R115
R465, R467

RS1/10S0R0J
RS1/16S1002F
RS1/16S1302F
RS1/16S1502F
RS1/16S1603F

Q402
Q601
Q401
D602-D604
D801, D802

DTA114ES
DTA114TK
DTC124ES
1SS355
DA204K

R596
R118, R119, R477, R479
R464, R466
R102
R126

RS1/16S2001F
RS1/16S2002F
RS1/16S2202F
RS1/16S4701F
RS1/16S4703F

D406, D601

DAP202K

R598
R469, R471
Other Resistors

RS1/16S5100F
RS1/16S9102F
RS1/16S & & & J

OTHERS
CN101
CN453
CN451
CN901
CN102

FFC CONNECTOR 32P
CONNECTOR 2P
CONNECTOR 3P
CONNECTOR 6P
CONNECTOR 8P

PKN1024
S2B-PH-SM3
S3B-PH-SM3
S6B-PH-SM3
S8B-PH-SM3

CN452
CN302
CN502
KN901

FFC CONNECTOR 8P
FFC CONNECTOR 9P
FFC CONNECTOR 25P
EARTH METAL FITING

VKN1300
VKN1301
VKN1317
VNF1109

B MECHA PCB ASSY
SEMICONDUCTORS
PC651

L403, L405-L407, L603-L605
L803-L805, L901, L9447, L9448
L602

DTL1058
OTL1040
PTL1003

CAPACITORS
C626, C821-C823
C607
C839
C832, C834, C836, C838
C602, C612, C616, C618

CCSQCH101J50
CCSQCH470J50
CCSQCH471J50
CEAT100M50
CEAT101M10

C909
C431, C432, C803, C804
C819, C820
C427, C428, C811, C815
C913, C914

CEAT102M16
CEAT220M50
CEAT220M50
CEAT221M25
CEAT221M25

C435, C436
C605
C1413, C1476, C1603, C439, C440
C606, C615, C809, C824, C841
C901, C902, C907, C951

CEAT470M25
CKSQYB102K50
CKSQYB103K50
CKSQYB103K50
CKSQYB103K50

C613, C831, C833, C835, C837
C601, C611, C617, C619, C622
C402, C403, C406, C437
C632, C633, C637, C638, C813
C1807, C1808

CKSQYB104K25
CKSQYB473K25
CKSQYF103Z50
CKSQYF103Z50
CQHA271J50

C433, C434
C1421, C1422
C1427, C1428, C425, C426

CQMBA102J50
CQMBA332J50
CQMBA471J50

NJL5809K-F1

SWITCHE
S601

PSG1014

RESISTORS
Other Resistors

RD1/4PU & & & J

OTHERS
J601

D20PWW0305E

OTHERS
KR CONNECTOR (3P)

S3B-PH-K-S

SWITCHE
S101

RESISTORS

VSK1011

D AUDIO ASSY (PWZ4098)
SEMICONDUCTORS
IC803
IC405
IC404
IC801
IC903

AK4524VF
BA4560F
NJM4558MD
NJM4565M
NJM7805FA

IC901
IC902
IC601
IC804
Q407, Q408

NJM7812FA
NJM7912FA
TC74HCU04AF
TC7SU04F
2SD2144S

R2429, R2430
R410
R1409, R409
R443, R444
R1425, R1426, R423, R424

RD1/2VM101J
RD1/2VM272J
RD1/2VM562J
RD1/4VM102J
RD1/4VM181J

R431, R432
R433, R434, R441, R442
R1423, R1424, R1429, R1430
R1421, R1422, R419, R420
R805, R806

RD1/4VM223J
RD1/4VM471J
RD1/4VM562J
RN1/10SE4701D
RS1/2LMF101J

Other Resistors

C LOAB ASSY
CN101

COILS AND FILTERS

RS1/10S & & & J

OTHERS
CN402
CN901
CN601
JA601
JA604

CONNECTOR 5P
CONNECTOR 14P
FFC CONNECTOR 19P
OPTICAL LINK IN
OPTICAL LINK OUT

05PL-FJ
14R-FJ
9604S-19C
GP1FA550RZ
GP1FA550TZ
PKB1028
PKB1033
PKN1004
VKB1132
VKN1240

CN401 FFC CONNECTOR 25P
KN401-KN403, KN601
EARTH METAL FITTING

48

JA605
1P JACK (ORG)
JA603
1P JACK (ORG)
JA606, JA607 JACK
JA1403 4P JACK
CN602 FFC CONNECTOR 9P

VKN1256
VNF1084

PDR-609
Mark No.

Description

Part No.

D AUDIO ASSY (PWZ4099)

Description

Part No.

RESISTORS

SEMICONDUCTORS
IC803
IC405
IC404
IC801
IC903

AK4524VF
BA4560F
NJM4558MD
NJM4565M
NJM7805FA

IC901
IC902
IC401
IC601
IC402, IC804

NJM7812FA
NJM7912FA
PE8001A
TC74HCU04AF
TC7SU04F

Q407-Q410
Q402
Q404, Q601
Q403
Q405

2SD2144S
DTA114ES
DTA114TK
DTA124EK
DTC124EK

Q401
D602-D604
D401, D801, D802
D403
D404-D406, D601

DTC124ES
1SS355
DA204K
DAN202K
DAP202K

COILS AND FILTERS
L403, L405-L407, L603-L605
L402, L404, L803-L805, L901
L9447, L9448
L602

Mark No.

DTL1058
OTL1040
OTL1040
PTL1003

R410
R1409, R409
R443, R444
R425-R428
R423, R424

RD1/2VM272J
RD1/2VM562J
RD1/4VM102J
RD1/4VM103J
RD1/4VM182J

R431, R432
R433, R434, R441, R442
R2429, R2430
R421, R422
R805, R806

RD1/4VM223J
RD1/4VM471J
RDR1/2PM101J
RN1/10SE1801D
RS1/2LMF101J

Other Resistors

RS1/10S & & & J

OTHERS
CN402
CN901
CN601
JA601
JA604

CONNECTOR 5P
CONNECTOR 14P
FFC CONNECTOR 19P
OPTICAL LINK IN
OPTICAL LINK OUT

05PL-FJ
14R-FJ
9604S-19C
GP1FA550RZ
GP1FA550TZ

JA605
1P JACK (ORG)
JA603
1P JACK (ORG)
JA606, JA607 JACK
JA1403 4P JACK
CN602
FFC CONNECTOR 9P

PKB1028
PKB1033
PKN1004
VKB1132
VKN1240

CN401
FFC CONNECTOR 25P
KN401-KN403, KN601
EARTH METAL FITTING

VKN1256
VNF1084

G OPERATING ASSY

CAPACITORS
C413-C415, C626, C821-C823
C444-C446, C607
C834, C838
C602, C612, C616, C618
C903, C904, C908

CCSQCH101J50
CCSQCH470J50
CEAT100M50
CEAT101M10
CEAT101M25

C913, C914
C435, C436, C952
C605
C1476, C1603, C401, C403
C439, C440, C606, C615, C809

CEAT102M35
CEAT470M25
CKSQYB102K50
CKSQYB103K50
CKSQYB103K50

C824, C841, C901, C902, C907
C951
C404, C409, C613, C831, C833
C835, C837
C601, C611, C617, C619, C622

CKSQYB103K50
CKSQYB103K50
CKSQYB104K25
CKSQYB104K25
CKSQYB473K25

C406, C437, C632, C633, C638
C813
C442, C443
C1807, C1808
C433, C434

CKSQYF103Z50
CKSQYF103Z50
CKSQYF473Z25
CQHA271J50
CQMBA102J50

C423-C426, C429, C430
C405, C410, C909 (470uF/6.3V)
C421, C422, C431, C432 (47uF/50V)
C803, C804, C819, C820 (47uF/50V)
C407, C408, C420 (4.7uF/50V)

CQMBA152J50
PCH1123
PCH1124
PCH1124
PCH1127

C427, C428, C811 (220uF/25V)
C815, C832, C836 (220uF/25V)

PCH1128
PCH1128

SEMICONDUCTORS
IC709
IC701
IC706
Q711, Q712
Q701, Q702

BR24C64F
PDC066A
TC74HC00AF
2SC2412K
DTA124EK

D701, D702

SLR-343VC

COILS AND FILTERS
X701

(10MHz)

DSS1048

SWITCHES
S701
S702-S719

RSC1003
VSG1009

CAPACITORS
C707, C711, C712
C1701, C702, C703
C705, C706, C710, C721
C733, C734, C737

CCSQCH101J50
CEAL101M6R3
CKSQYB103K50
CKSQYB103K50

RESISTORS
R727 (22kOhm)
Other Resistors

ACN7073
RS1/10S & & & J

OTHERS
CN701 FFC CONNECTOR 19P
9604S-19C
REMOTE RECEIVER UNIT GP1U27X
V701
FL TUBE
PEL1101

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Part No.

E HEADPHONE ASSY
COILS AND FILTERS
L451-L453

QTL1015

CAPACITORS
C458, C459
C451
C452, C453

CCSQCH102J50
CKCYF473Z50
CKSQYF104Z25

RESISTORS
VR401

(500Ohm-B x2)

RCV1123

FJ CONNECTOR 5P
HEADPHONE JACK
EARTH METAL FITTING

05R-FJ
RKN1002
VNF1084

OTHERS
CN410
JA403
KN410

F

VOLUME ASSY

RESISTORS
VR802
(50kOhm-A x2)
Other Resistors

PCS1017
RS1/10S & & & J

H POWER SUPPLAY UNIT
SEMICONDUCTORS
IC3 (800mA/125V)
IC1, IC2, IC4 (1.6A/125V)

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6. ADJUSTMENT
6.1 DISCS TO BE USED
o SERVO SYSTEM ADJUSTMENT
CD: Test disc for adjustment (STD-903) or equivalent
Test disc for inspection (STD-914) or equivalent

6.2 MEASURING INSTRUMENTS
(1) Laser power meter
Following power meter manufactured by Advantest Corporation or equivalent:
TQ8210 + TQ82017
TQ8215 + TQ82021
TQ8215 + TQ82010 + TQ82017
LE8010 (by LEADER)
(2) Oscilloscope
(3) CD Jitter Meter

6.3 TEST MODE
6.3.1 How to Enter the Test Mode
TEST MODE : ON
MENU/
DELETE key

STOP
state

MENU/
DELETE

Display

AUTO/
MANUAL key

Display

STOP key

AUTO/
MANUAL

FL all lights
Press above keys more
than five seconds.

TEST MODE : STOP

CANCEL

Power key -OFF

STOP key

6.3.2 TP- POINT
A CD-R CORE PCB ASSY

TP- point

SIDE A
CN102

87654321

Front

CN102
1. EQRF
2. RF
3. MPXO
4. MPP
5. TE
6. VC
7. ATFM
8. FE

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6.4 NECESSARY ADJUSTMENT POINTS
When

Adjustment Points

EXCHANGE CD-R CORE (Mechanism) ASSY

Exchange Mechanism Assy

Mechanical
point

CD-R Pickup

Electric
point

Exchange Mechanism Assy

6.6 LD Power adjustment
6.7 Servo Adjustment (Automatic Adjustment)

Mechanical
point

Spindle Motor

Electric
point

6.7 Servo Adjustment (Automatic Adjustment)

EXCHANGE CD-R CORE (PCB) ASSY

Exchange PCB

Mechanical
point

CDRR CORE (PCB) ASSY

Electric
point

52

6.6 LD Power adjustment
6.7 Servo Adjustment (Automatic Adjustment)

PDR-609

6.5 OPERATIONS IN TEST MODE
=

1

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COMPACT DISC DIGITAL RECORDER

DIGITAL
REC LEVEL

ANALOG
REC LEVEL

??B- & gt; ?/
PUSH ENTER

L
SCROLL

TIME

DISPLAY/
CHARA

ANALOG
REC BALANCE R

MONITOR

NAME

MENU/
DELETE

TRACK NO.
WRITE

ERASE

FINALIZE

AUTO
MANUAL

INPUT
SELECTOR

SYNCHRO

Legato Link Conversion

CD TEXT

0

!

7632

Adjustment mode switch

-

~

LD Power Adjustment (INPUT SELECTOR: ANALOG)
Key No.

Assignment Key

Contents of Movement

1

0 (OPEN/CLOSE)

Tray Open/Close

2

7 (STOP)

LD power adjustment end
Turn off the LD and disc selection set to CD.

3

6 (PLAY/PAUSE)

Store the power adjustment value to the EEPROM and shift to the next power adjustment.

4

? (RECORD)

LD POWER adjustment standby Switch the setting of 4o? key during adjustment.
(coarse adjustment j fine adjustment : default is the coarse adjustment)

5

o (REC MUTE)

Starts the LD POWER adjustment (from 0)
(CD: Playback power, CD-R/RW: Record power)

6

? (F SCAN)

Move the pickup to outer periphery of the disc

7

1 (R SCAN)

Move the pickup to inner periphery of the disc

8

4 ? (JOG ?)

Adjustment value setting

9

ENTER

Adjustment data register

-

ERASE

Disc specification switch

TIME

Adjustment from the adjustment result stored in the EEPROM at adjustment standby.
During adjustment, shift to the next power adjustmnet not to store the current power adjustment value
in the EEPROM.

=

Servo Adjustment (INPUT SELECTOR: OPTICAL)
Key No.

Assignment Key

Contents of Movement

1

0 (OPEN/CLOSE)

Tray Open/Close

2

7 (STOP)

Servo OFF

3

6 (PLAY/PAUSE)

Spindle servo ON, Tracking servo ON/OFF

4

? (RECORD)

Starts the automatic adjustment of servo adjustment ( " FEOS " is displayed.)

6

? (F SCAN)

Move the pickup to outer periphery of the disc

7

1 (R SCAN)

Move the pickup to inner periphery of the disc

8

4 ? (JOG ?)

Adjustment value setting

9

ENTER

Adjustment data register

0

FINALIZE

Focus servo ON

-

ERASE

Disc specification switch
Continue pressing it more than three seconds and initialize the adjustment data.

~

SYNCHRO

Execute the average adjustment

!

AUTO/MANUAL

Servo adjustment mode feed

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6.6 LD POWER ADJUSTMENT
6.6.1 Playback Power Adjustment

DANGER - LASER RADIATION WHEN OPEN.
AVOID DIRECT EXPOSURE TO BEAM.

Test Point

Pickup objective lens

Adjustment Value

0.9 mW ? 0.05 mW

Purpose

Optimizing playback power of laser diode.

Symptom when Out of Adjustment

Incapable of disc discrimination, playback, or track searches. Or track jumping.
FL Indication

Adjustment method
[Procedure]
1.
2.
3.
4.

Enter the Test mode.
Press the INPUT SELECTOR key so that " ANALOG " appears on the FL display.
Press the ERASE key so that " CD " appears on the FL display.
Move the pickup to the position where the power is easy to measure by pressing the SCAN key.
(1 ?)
5. Press the RECORD and REC MUTE key in order, and light the LD.
6. Turn the JOG key to adjust the power.
Switch the coarse adjustment and the fine adjustment by pressing the RECORD key, and adjust it.
(initial state is the coarse adjustment.)
7. Press the ENTER key to register the adjustment if the power became the adjustment value.
8. Press the STOP key to goes out the LD, and adjustment is completed.

6.6.2 CD-R Record Power Adjustment

DANGER - LASER RADIATION WHEN OPEN.
AVOID DIRECT EXPOSURE TO BEAM.

Test Point

Pickup objective lens

Adjustment Value

R REC : 4.3 mW ? 0.1 mW (= A value) ; R Over Drive : A value + 0.1mW ? 0.01 mW

Purpose

Optimizing CD-R recording power of laser diode.

Symptom when Out of Adjustment

Incapable of CD-R recording, self-pre recorded CD-R disc playback. Sound pauses,
track jumping, or bad RF wave shape (though no failure in playing CD).
Adjustment method

[Procedure]
1.
2.
3.
4.

Enter the Test mode.
Press the INPUT SELECTOR key so that " ANALOG " appears on the FL display.
Press the ERASE key so that " CD-R " appears on the FL display.
Move the pickup to the position where the power is easy to measure by pressing the SCAN key.
(1 ?)
5. Press the RECORD and REC MUTE key in order, and light the LD.
& lt; Adjustment of CD-R Record Power & gt;
6. Turn the JOG key to adjust the power.
Switch the coarse adjustment and the fine adjustment by pressing the RECORD key, and adjust it.
(initial state is the coarse adjustment.)
7. Press the PLAY/PAUSE key to register the adjustment if the power became the adjustment value.
(assume the power when it was decided by A value)
When it is registered, shift to the Overdrive power adjustment automatically.
& lt; Adjustment of CD-R Overdrive Power & gt;
8. Turn the JOG key to adjust the power.
Switch the coarse adjustment and the fine adjustment by pressing the RECORD key, and adjust it.
(initial state is the coarse adjustment.)
9. Press the ENTER key to register the adjustment if the power became the adjustment value.
10. Press the STOP key to goes out the LD, and adjustment is completed.

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FL Indication

PDR-609

6.6.3 CD-RW Record Power Adjustment

DANGER - LASER RADIATION WHEN OPEN.
AVOID DIRECT EXPOSURE TO BEAM.

Test Point

Pickup objective lens

Adjustment Value

RW Bias : 2.3 mW ? 0.05 mW, RW Rec : 3.2 mW ? 0.05 mW, RW Erase : 5.2 mW ? 0.1 mW

Purpose

Optimizing CD-RW recording power of laser diode.

Symptom when Out of Adjustment

Incapable of CD-RW recording, self-pre recorded CD-RW disc playback. Sound
pauses, track jumping, or bad RF wave shape (though no failure in playing CD).
Adjustment method

FL Indication

[Procedure]
1.
2.
3.
4.

Enter the Test mode.
Press the INPUT SELECTOR key so that " ANALOG " appears on the FL display.
Press the ERASE key so that " CD-RW " appears on the FL display.
Move the pickup to the position where the power is easy to measure by pressing the SCAN key.
(1 ?)
5. Press the RECORD and REC MUTE key in order, and light the LD.
& lt; Adjustment of CD-RW BIAS Power & gt;
6. Turn the JOG key to adjust the power.
Switch the coarse adjustment and the fine adjustment by pressing the RECORD key, and adjust it.
(initial state is the coarse adjustment.)
7. Press the PLAY/PAUSE key to register the adjustment if the power became the adjustment value.
When it is registered, shift to the CD-RW Record Power Adjustment automatically.
Note: In the CD-RW Bias Power Adjustment, in the case that the power is over 2.3 mW when the LD
lighted, do not need to perform the Bias Power Adjustment. Set adjustment value of the CD-RW
record power to + 0.9mW ? 0.05mW against the power in LD lighting then.
& lt; Adjustment of CD-RW Record Power & gt;
8. Turn the JOG key to adjust the power.
Switch the coarse adjustment and the fine adjustment by pressing the RECORD key, and adjust it.
(initial state is the coarse adjustment.)
9. Press the PLAY/PAUSE key to register the adjustment if the power became the adjustment value.
When it is registered, shift to the CD-RW Erase Power Adjustment automatically.
& lt; Adjustment of CD-RW Erase Power & gt;
10.Turn the JOG key to adjust the power.
Switch the coarse adjustment and the fine adjustment by pressing the RECORD key, and adjust it.
(initial state is the coarse adjustment.)
11. Press the ENTER key to register the adjustment if the power became the adjustment value.
12. Press the STOP key to goes out the LD, and adjustment is completed.

Cautions:
(1) All the reading values of power meter of this adjustment are values with an average.
(2) How to confirm the adjustment value:
When enter the power adjustment mode, enter it by pressing the RECORD and TIME keys in order.
Furthermore, can confirm the adjustment value of each power stored in EEPROM by switching the TIME key.
However, RW cannot see all adjustment results. Use DAC the same as erase power in the Bias Power Adjustment, and
perform the adjustment of record power while outputting the setting value of erase power decided in the Bias Power
Adjustment. And perform the Erase Power Adjustment while outputting the setting value of the record power.
Therefore, the value of Bias Power Adjustment does not remain after adjustment of the erase power. (as for the displayed
adjustment value, erase power is the same as bias power.)
It is only erase power that can confirm the adjustment result with the power meter among power of RW.
As for the value of Record Power Adjustment, only setting numeric value is readable, but output power becomes the same
as the erase power.
Bias power cannot confirm the setting value, too. Be not used during actual record operations either.
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6.7 SERVO ADJUSTMENT
MANUAL ADJUSTMENT
6.7.1 Preparations
1.
2.
3.
4.

Enter the TEST mode.
Press the INPUT SELECTOR key so that " OPTICAL " appears on the FL display.
Press the ERASE key more than three seconds to initialize it.
Press the SYNCHRO key to perform the average process.
\ " OPTICAL " disappears on the FL display when completed.

6.7.2 Focus Offset Adjustment
Test Point

CN102-pin 8 (Focus err)

Adjustment Value

0 mV ? 30 mV

Purpose

Optimizing DC offset voltage of focus-error amplifier.

Symptom when Out of Adjustment

Focus-in does not function, or bad RF wave shape.
Adjustment method

FL Indication

[Procedure]
1. Monitor the FOCUS ERROR waveform with VC.
2. Adjust the JOG key so that FE offset becomes zero.
3. Press the ENTER key to register the adjustment.

CN102
FE 8
10: 1 prove

Oscilloscope

VC 6

6.7.3 SRFO Offset Adjustment
Test Point

CN102-pin 2 (RF)

Adjustment Value

0 mV ? 30 mV

Purpose

Optimizing DC offset voltage of RFDC output circuit when recording.

Symptom when Out of Adjustment

Recording does not function.
Adjustment method

[Procedure]
1. Press the AUTO/MANUAL key and shift to the SRFO Offset Adjustment.
2. Monitor the RFDC waveform with VC.
2. Adjust the JOG key so that RFDC offset becomes zero.
3. Press the ENTER key to register the adjustment.

CN102
RF 2
10: 1 prove
VC 6

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Oscilloscope

FL Indication

PDR-609

6.7.4 RFOM Offset Adjustment
Test Point

CN102-pin 2 (RF)

Adjustment Value

0 mV ? 30 mV

Purpose

Optimizing DC offset voltage of RFDC output circuit when playing back.

Symptom when Out of Adjustment

Focus-in does not function, incapable of searching, or track jumping.
Adjustment method

FL Indication

[Procedure]
1. Press the AUTO/MANUAL key and shift to the RFOM Offset Adjustment.
2. Monitor the RFDC waveform with VC.
2. Adjust the JOG key so that RFDC offset becomes zero.
3. Press the ENTER key to register the adjustment.

CN102
RF 2
10: 1 prove

Oscilloscope

VC 6

6.7.5 MPP Offset Adjustment
Test Point

CN102-pin 4 (MPP)

Adjustment Value

0 mV ? 50 mV

Purpose

Optimizing DC offset voltage of main signal output circuit.

Symptom when Out of Adjustment

Playback does not function, incapable of searching, or track jumping.
Adjustment method

FL Indication

[Procedure]
1. Press the AUTO/MANUAL key and shift to the MPP Offset Adjustment.
2. Monitor the MPP waveform with VC.
2. Adjust the JOG key so that MPP offset becomes zero.
3. Press the ENTER key to register the adjustment.

CN102
MPP 4
10: 1 prove

Oscilloscope

VC 6

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6.7.6 SPP Offset Adjustment
Test Point

CN102-pin 3 (MPX)

Adjustment Value

0 mV ? 50 mV

Purpose

Optimizing DC offset voltage of sub-signal output circuit.

Symptom when Out of Adjustment

Playback does not function, incapable of searching, or track jumping.
Adjustment method

FL Indication

[Procedure]
1. Press the AUTO/MANUAL key and shift to the SPP Offset Adjustment.
2. Monitor the MPX waveform with VC.
2. Adjust the JOG key so that SPP offset becomes zero.
3. Press the ENTER key to register the adjustment.

CN102
MPX 3
10: 1 prove

Oscilloscope

VC 6

6.7.7 Tracking Gain adjustment
Test Point

CN102-pin 3 (MPX)

Adjustment Value

Minimize (MPP+SPP)

Purpose

Matching gains of pickup main signal output and sub-signal output.

Symptom when Out of Adjustment

Playback does not function, or incapable of searching.
Adjustment method

[Procedure]
1. Press the AUTO/MANUAL key and shift to the Tracking Gain (MS MIX) Adjustment.
2. Move the Pickup to center of the disc by pressing the SCAN key. ( 1 ? )
3. Monitor the MPX signal and set a CD disc.
4. Press the FINALIZE key to FOCUS IN.
5. Press the PLAY/PAUSE key to turn the SPINDLE. (CAV)
6. Adjust the JOG key so that MPX waveform (MPP+SPP) becomes minimum.
7. Press the ENTER key to register the adjustment.
8. Press the STOP key to stop the disc rotation.

CN102

39kOhm

MPX 3
VC 6

58

0.001uF

10: 1 prove

Oscilloscope

FL Indication

PDR-609

6.7.8 MPP Offset Readjustment
Test Point

CN102-pin 5 (Tracking err)

Adjustment Value

0 mV ? 50 mV

Purpose

Optimizing DC offset voltage of tracking-error output circuit.

Symptom when Out of Adjustment

Playback does not function, incapable of searching, or track jumping.
Adjustment method

FL Indication

[Procedure]
1. Press the AUTO/MANUAL key and shift to the MPP Offset Readjustment.
(Press the AUTO/MANUAL key several times to appear the right indication.)
2. Monitor the TE waveform with VC.
Be careful with monitoring TE waveform instead of MPP waveform in the readjustment !
3. Adjust the JOG key so that TE offset becomes zero.
4. Press the ENTER key to register the adjustment.

CN102
TE 5
10: 1 prove

Oscilloscope

VC 6

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6.7.9 Focus Bias Adjustment
Test Point

CN102-pin 2 (RF)

Adjustment Value

Minimize jitter value

Purpose

Optimizing DC offset voltage of focus servo loop circuit including pickup.

Symptom when Out of Adjustment

Focus-in does not function, sound pauses, bad RF wave shape, or incapable to
playback some discs.
Adjustment method

FL Indication

[Procedure]
1. Press the AUTO/MANUAL key and shift to the Focus Bias Adjustment.
2. Press the SYNCHRO key to perform the average process.
\ " OPTICAL " disappears on the FL display when completed.
3. Move the Pickup to center of the disc by pressing the SCAN key. ( 1 ? )
4. Monitor the jitter value and set a CD disc. (use the jitter meter)
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.

Press the FINALIZE key to FOCUS IN.
Press the PLAY/PAUSE key to turn the SPINDLE. (CAV)
Press the PLAY/PAUSE key to TRACKING ON. (EFM CLV)
Adjust the JOG key so that jitter value becomes minimum.
Press the ENTER key to register the adjustment.
\ Shift to the RFDC Level Adjustment automatically.
10. Adjustment is completed automatically.
\Each display the reason that became abnormal when adjustment was not completed normally.
When did not converge in limit of adjustment possibility
(when it became the lowest level)
When failed in writing to the EEPROM
11. Press the STOP key to stop the unit.

Caution:
In this adjustment, shift to the RFDC Adjustment when pressing the ENTER key before step 9, and there is
it when completed in normal on the indication.
However, must not omit operation of steps 7 from 5 because RFDC is not adjusted to normal when
pressing the ENTER key with the state that steps 7 from 5 are not executed.

CN102
RF 2
10: 1 prove

Oscilloscope

VC 6

o The arbitrary value that " * * " modified it by adjustment.
o " ? " is not displayed in the point that selected an item with the AUTO/MANUAL key, and blink when changes setting value by the input
of the JOG key. Press the ENTER key to register the setting value, and disappear the FL indication that the setting value is stored in
the EEPROM by normal.

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AUTOMATIC ADJUSTMENT
6.7.10 Preparation
Test Point

CN102-pin 3 (MPX)

Discs to be Used

CD test disc (STD-903)
Method

FL Indication

[Procedure]
1. Press the INPUT SELECTOR key so that " OPTICAL " appears on the FL display.
\ If it was not displayed the Focus Offset Adjustment, press the AUTO/MANUAL key and shift to the
Focus Offset Adjustment.
2. Monitor the MPX signal with VC and set a CD disc.

CN102
MPX 3
10: 1 prove

Oscilloscope

VC 6

6.7.11 Automatic Adjustment Start
Method

FL Indication

[Procedure]
1. Press the RECORD key to start the automatic adjustment.
\ Execute it from " 6.7.1 preparations " to " 6.7.6 SPP Offset Adjustment " of the Manual Adjustment
automatically. And stop by the state that selected an item of next " 6.6.7 Tracking Gain Adjustment " once.

6.7.12 Tracking Gain Adjustment
Test Point

CN102-pin 3 (MPX)

Adjustment Value

Minimize (MPP + SPP)

Purpose

Matching gains of pickup main signal output and sub-signal output.

Symptom when Out of Adjustment

Playback does not function, or incapable of searching.
Adjustment method

FL Indication

[Procedure]
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

Move the Pickup to center of the disc by pressing the SCAN key. ( 1 ? )
Monitor the MPX signal with VC and set a CD disc.
Press the FINALIZE key to FOCUS IN.
Press the PLAY/PAUSE key to turn the SPINDLE. (CAV)
Adjust the JOG key so that MPX waveform (MPP+SPP) becomes minimum.
Press the ENTER key to register the adjustment.
\ Stop the disc rotation and Excute " 6.7.8 MPP Offset Readjustment " automatically. And select an item
of next " 6.6.9 Focus Bias Adjustment " , and stop with the state completed to average processing.

CN102

39kOhm

MPX 3
VC 6

0.001uF

10: 1 prove

Oscilloscope

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6.7.13 Focus Bias Adjustment
Test Point

CN102-pin 2 (RF)

Adjustment Value

Minimize jitter value

Purpose

Optimizing DC offset voltage of focus servo loop circuit including pickup.

Symptom when Out of Adjustment

Focus-in does not function, sound pauses, bad RF wave shape, or incapable to
playback some discs.
Adjustment method

FL Indication

[Procedure]
1. Move the Pickup to center of the disc by pressing the SCAN key. ( 1 ? )
2. Monitor the jitter value and set a CD disc. (use the jitter meter)
3. Press the FINALIZE key to FOCUS IN.
4. Press the PLAY/PAUSE key to turn the SPINDLE. (CAV)
5. Press the PLAY/PAUSE key to TRACKING ON. (EFM CLV)
6. Adjust the JOG key so that jitter value becomes minimum.
7. Press the ENTER key to register the adjustment.
\ Shift to the RFDC Level Adjustment automatically.
8. Adjustment is completed automatically.
\ Each display the reason that became abnormal when adjustment was not completed normally.
When did not converge in limit of adjustment possibility
(when it became the lowest level)
When failed in writing to the EEPROM
9. Press the STOP key to stop the operation.

Caution:
In this adjustment, shift to the RFDC Adjustment when pressing the ENTER key before step 7, and there is
it when completed in normal on the indication.
However, must not omit operation of steps 5 from 3 because RFDC is not adjusted to normal when
pressing the ENTER key with the state that steps 5 from 3 are not executed.

CN102
RF 2
10: 1 prove

Oscilloscope

VC 6

How to execute the automatic adjustment once again after the automatic adjustment is completed:
1. Press the STOP key to stop the disc rotation. (servo OFF)
2. Press the AUTO/MANUAL key and shift to the Focus Offset adjustment.
3. Press the RECORD key to start the automatic adjustment.
Adjust from " 6.7.11 automatic Adjustment Start " to " 6.7.13 Focus Bias Adjustment " .
Press the STOP key when stops execution of the automatic adjustment on the way and stop processing. Then return to the state of
" 6.6.10 Preparations " and stop the operation.

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& lt; Pickup replacement repair, the final check inspection method after adjustment & gt;
Disc required:
CD-R disc
* [STD-R07(PVC:RDD-74B,RDD-74BJ)]
[STD-R08(PVC:RDD-74,RDD-74U)]
or equivalent
CD-RW disc
* [STD-R11(PVC:RDW-74,RDW-74J)]
or equivalent

[Inspection items]
1. Recording-playback jitter
Method: Measure RF signal (CN102-pin2) by Jitter Meter (Trailing edge).
Specification: 35nS or below.
2. Recording-playback block error
Method: While pushing " MENU/DELETE " key, press " MONITOR " key.
Display: appears in about 4 sec like C1 * * * * *
Specification: 65 pieces or less
(Press " STOP " key to reset display)
3. Recording-playback ATIP error
Method: While pushing " MENU/DELETE " key, press " DISPLAY/CHARA " key.
Display: appears in about 10 sec like ATIP * * * * * *
Left 3 digit datum = Total number of errors
Right 3 digit datum = Maximum continuous error number (Specification item)
Specification: Max continuous error (Right side datum) must be 7 pieces or less.
(Press " STOP " key to reset display)
[Warning]
Scratch, dust, fingerprint, etc. on recording disc may cause deterioration of performance. Be careful no to be occurred.
When CD-RW disc is used for measurement, do not use the same position at more than 100 times.

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7. GENERAL INFORMATION
7.1 DIAGNOSIS
7.1.1 ERROR CODE
Error Code Display for Service
The PDR-609 can display the error codes for service.
When the STOP key is held down for about 10 seconds in stop
state in Normal mode, an FL display as shown below is obtained.

Display

999999

Right 2 FL digits : Error code for service

**
Error code Number(2 digits)

The error code for service is displayed as a number (ERROR
NUMBER), which follows a message " CHECK DISC " or
" CHECK. " For details, see the table below.

Error code table for service
Code

Symptom

Contents of Error

Possible Cause
o Defective tray position sensor
o Defective loading motor
o Improper soldering
o Pattern short
o Improper power supply

L*

The unit stops during the
tray open/close operation.
(CHECK display)

Improper loading

E*

The unit stops when PLAY
or REC/PAUSE starts.
(CHECK display)

o Disconnected flexible cable
Defective slider
o Defective drive circuit
o The pickup cannot be returned to the o Abnormal power supply
specified position.
o Abnormal TOC position switch
o Improper soldering

P*

The unit does not read the
inserted disc, and stops.
(CHECK DISC display)

Defect in spindle
o Disc upside-down.
o Dirty or cracked disc
o Abnormal disc rotation
o No signal obtained from the disc

The unit stops before it
enters REC/PAUSE mode.

Defects related to the recording laser
power
o Dirty or cracked disc
o The optimum recording power
cannot be obtained.
o Trouble in RF detection.

o Defective laser diode
o Trouble in RF detection
o Defective RFT RFB circuit
o Recording power is not sufficient.
o Improper soldering, pattern short
o Trouble with power supply
o Unable to read ATIP or subcode

F*

The unit stops during
playback or recording.

Defective pickup
o Unable to focus because of dirt or
crack on the inserted disc.
o Unable to output the proper laser
power

o Defective laser diode
o Defective focus drive circuits
o Defective pickup
o Improper soldering
o Pattern short
o Trouble of power supply

A*

The unit stops in a
recording-related operation,
displaying " CHECK DISC. "

C*

o Unable to focus
Stop during recording
The unit stops in a recording o The unit stops, being obstructed by a
dirt or a crack on the disc.
related operation, displaying
" CHECK DISC. "
The unit does not read the
inserted disc, and stops.

d*

o Defective spindle motor
o Defective spindle drive circuit
o Abnormal FG signals
o Defective WBL circuit
o Defective decoder circuit
o Unable to read ATIP or subcode
o High error rate

If any hardware trouble occurs before
displaying A* or d*, the unit stops
displaying a code other than these
codes. Therefore, these service
codes are generated only for troubles
with the disc.

The indication for * shows themechanism mode listed below.
No.

Mechanism Mode

No.

Mechanism Mode

No.

PLAY

5

SETUP

1

OPEN

6

TOC READ

B

TOC REC

2

STOP

7

-

C

OPC

3

-

8

SEARCH

D

TOC CHECK

4

64

A

Mechanism Mode

0

REC

-

9

REC/PAUSE

E

PMA, ACTUAL PAUSE REC

Checkpoints

IC451 (BA5810FP)

S601 (PSG1014)
IC451 (BA5810FP)
IC401 (CXD2585Q)

PC651
(NJL5809K-F1)
IC451 (BA5810FP)
IC401 (CXD2585Q)

IC201 (PA9007A)
IC101 (AK8567)
IC308 (TC7S14F)

IC451 (BA5810FP)
IC401 (CXD2585Q)

PDR-609

Error code table for service
Code

Generation Condition

L*

In the tray opening procedure, if opening action is not completed within 4.5 sec., the procedure moves to closing action.
Afterwards if this closing action is not completed within 4.5 sec., the procedure recalls opening action again.
This recalled opening action is not also completed within 4.5 sec., the operation halts.
In the tray closing procedure, if closing action is not completed within 4.5 sec., the procedure moves to opening action.
Afterwards if this opening action is not completed within 4.5 sec., the operation halts.

E*

(1) When the slider moves in REV direction, and if TOC position SW does not become " H " within 3.4 sec., the operation halts.
(2) After (1) is completed normally and then the slider moves in the FWD direction, and if TOC position SW does not become " L "
within 300 msec., the operation halts.
(3) After (2) is completed normally and then the slider moves in the REV direction, and if TOC position SW does not become " H "
within 300 msec., the operation halts.

P*

When Q data is not read in 1 sec. and ATIP data is not read in 1 sec. ,the system tries to read them for 3 times. And when even
then both Q data and ATIP data are not read, the operation halts, etc.

C*

When reading PCA area, searching to playback starting position is failed, then even this is tried twice and the search is not
completed, the operation halts.
When writing PCA area, the rotation does not reach to the required speed at writing position, so that writing is not possible to start.
Or searching to writing starting position is failed and retried for 19 times, as a result that both are incomplete, then the operation
halts.

F*

Once disc discrimination is completed, and focus-in action is failed, then the operation halts.

A*

If the pick-up jump occurs during recording, and not recovered, then the operation halts.
If ATIP data is not to be read for 4 sec. during recording, then the operation halts.

d*

If PMA writing is not completed within 60 sec., then the operation halts.
If reading of TOC and PMA is failed, or missing information is observed in read data, the error occurs.
When to start recording and RF signal exists instead at the end edge boundary of disc, the error occurs.

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PDR-609

7.1.2 TROUBLE SHOOTING
Power isn't turn on. FL display isn't light up. FL display is abnormal.

START

POWER ON
o FU1 fuse it.
o IC02 and IC03 (micro-fuse) fuses it.
o IC701 (Mode Controller) breaks.

Is the
FL display light ?

No

Check the connection of PCBs.
o Between POWER SUPPLY assy and AUDIO assy
o Between POWER SUPPLY assy and CD-R CORE assy

Yes

Is the
FL display normal ?

No

FL display is dark or flickered.

Exchange of POWER SUPPLAY assy.

Yes
" check " is displayed
in the FL display.

Press the STOP button
for 20 seconds.
Refer to section " 7.1.1 ERROR CODE " .

OK

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Power ON Sequence
RESET

model check
IC701(PDC066) 94 pin: 609/ System
IC701(PDC066) 92 pin: Legato
IC701(PDC066) 91 pin: High bit

Terminal TEST check
IC701(PDC066)
12pin: 2V or less

Yes

Operation mode usually

No

IC701(PDC066)
12pin: 3.5V

Yes

The unit checker mode

No

It is an adjustment mode
by 3.5V or more.

The backup data is read from EEPROM
(Input selector and digital Volume etc.)

MAIN LOOP

o EEPROM communication
IC7502(PDC066) 98 pin: EEP DATA
IC7502(PDC066) 100 pin: EEP CLOCK

At the operation usually

" POWER ON " display

Reset release of mechanism
control microcomputer (88 pin: " H " )

Mechanism communication beginning
Setting of audio format
One second later
Mechanism communication
Initialization of AD/DA Converter
Mechanism communication
Input selection setting

o Mechanism communication
IC701(PDC066) 7 pin: MACK (Output)
IC701(PDC066) 28 pin: MREQ (Input)
IC701(PDC066) 95 pin: MSI (Output)
IC701(PDC066) 96 pin: MSO (Input)
IC701(PDC066) 97 pin: MSCK (Input)

Key reception

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7.1.3 ERROR MEESAGE " CHECK TEMP "
If recording is operated on PDR-609 at high or low temperature atmosphere, a message " CHECK TEMP " is displayed the operation
halts.
This message is displayed to indicate clearly the problem that would probably happen to recording and playback operation if the
product is placed on a heating object like an amplifier or in a closed space like a rack in which heating object such as an amplifier
causes utmost high temperature, and then if the product is moved into different atmosphere then the problem disappears. The
temperature sensor which is placed inside of the product becomes +70?é or higher or -15?é or lower, the message is displayed.
Once this is displayed, all the actions stop. In addition, the product itself has its own temperature rise, outside product threshold
temperature would be a little lower. And these temperatures are not the specification values that guarantee the operation.

7.1.4 CD-R DISC MANUFACTURER CODE
PDR-609 has a function to investigate " Manufacturer Code " of CD-R disc. By referring " Lead-in Start Time " , which is displayed when
the following procedure is performed, to the following table the manufacture becomes clear, judgement whether this is a checked
disc or not becomes possible. Remind that in case of CD-R discs label indication is sometimes different from manufacturer's name.
By this operation you can announce more exact unchecked disc to your customer. It is worth using.
*Operation procedure
(1) Insert the disc to be investigate the manufacture.
(2) While pushing " MENU/DELETE " key, press " INPUT SELECTOR " key.
(3) Check that DISPLAY indicates " PEC********* " (RID).
(4) Press " INPUT SELECTOR " key for 14 times.
(5) Check that DISPLAY indicates " LIA 97:**:** "
(6) Refer this value to the following table.
(7) Press " STOP " key to end

o Manufacturer Code table
[ Operation confirmation media ]
Media maker

74, 80, 21 minutes type

63, 18 minutes type

TDK Corporation: 80 minutes type

97:15:00- 04

-

Ritek Co. : 80 minutes type

97:15:10- 19

-

Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation : 80 minutes type

97:15:20- 24

-

Taiyo Yuden Company Limited

97:24:00- 04

97:46:00 - 04

SONY Corporation

97:24:10- 14

-

Hitachi Maxell, Ltd

97:25:20- 24

-

FUJI Photo Film Co.,Ltd

97:26:40- 44

-

Pioneer Video Corporation

97:27:30- 34

97:48:30- 34

Kodak Japan Limited

97:27:45- 49

97:48:15- 19

Mitsui Chemicals, Inc.

97:27:55- 59

97:48:55- 59

Ricoh Company Limited

97:27:65- 69

-

Ritek Co. : 80, 74 minutes type

97:31:00- 09

-

TDK Corporation: 74 minuts type

97:32:00- 04

97:49:00- 04

Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation : 74 minutes type

97:34:20- 24

-

Note:
o The above-mentioned operation confirmation media are done the media change after the product is designed, and when a
constant performance cannot be maintained, become outside the support.

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[ Media outside support ]
Media maker
Seantram Technology Inc.

74, 80, 21 minutes type
97:22:15 - 19

Acer Media Technology, Inc

97:22:60 - 64

AMS Technology Inc.

97:25:50 - 54

Xcitek Inc.

97:25:60 - 64

FORNET INTERNATIONAL PTE LTD.

97:26:00 - 04

POSTECH Corporation.

97:26:10 - 19

Lead Data Inc.

97:26:50 - 59

CMC Magnetics Corporation

97:26:60 - 69

DIGITAL STORAGE TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD

97:27:01 - 04

Plasmon Data systems Ltd.

97:27:15- 19

Princo Corporation

97:27:26 - 28

GIGASTORGE CORPORATION

97:28:10 - 19

Multi Media Masters & Machinary SA

97:28:20 - 24

Vanguard Disc Inc.

97:29:10 - 14

Prodisc Technology Inc.

97:32:15 - 19

Note:
o The disc where the codes other than the above-mentioned were displayed is unconfirmed media.

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7.1.5 DISASSEMBLY
CD-R CORE ASSY

1
2

oRear view

Remove a Bonnet (six screws).
Tray Open

8

Remove three connectors.

OPEN/
CLOSE

POWER

CN901
CN502
CN302

9

4

10

×2

9

×2

5
CD-R CORE Assy

Tray Panel

2

3

Unhook ×2

Servo Mechanism Block

6

×2

6

×2

7

3

Shield Case

Bridge

Drive
Gear

2

Front

1

Tray

×2

Unhook

4

CD-R CORE
Assy

CN453

6

CN452

Remove four
connectors.

7
5
Diagnosis of CD-R
CORE Assy

70

CN101

CN451

5

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9
Servo Mechanism Assy

8

Unhook ×2
oBottom view
Unhook

Rear side

7.1.6 DIAGNOSIS OF CD-R CORE ASSY
When diagnosing the CD-R CORE Assy, use the following Flexible Cables and Connector Assys for service.

1

Remove the CD-R CORE Assy. (Refer to the Disassembly of the CD-R CORE Assy and steps
Mechanism Block.

2

Replace seven cables (

1

~

6

1

to

7

of the Servo

) for service and diagnose it.

POWER SUPPLY Assy

AUDIO Assy

4

3

CN202

1

CN602

CN401

o Flexible Cables and Connector Assys for service
CD-R CORE PCB Assy <-> Other Assys

1
2

CN101
CN451

CN452

6

CN901

2

CN302 <-> CN602 (AUDIO Assy)
9P FFC : PDD1226

5

CN502

CN502 <-> CN401 (AUDIO Assy)
25P FFC : PDD1227

4

CN302

CN452 <-> CN601 (Servo Mechanism Assy)
8P FFC : PDD1225

3

5

CN901 <-> CN202 (POWER SUPPLY Assy)
Connector Assy (6P) : PG06KK-F50

CN101 <-> CN1 (Pickup)
32P FFC : PDD1224

6

CN451 <-> CN101 (LOAB Assy)
Connector Assy (3P) : PG03KK-50

CD-R CORE PCB Assy

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7.2 PARTS
7.2.1 IC
o The information shown in the list is basic information and may not correspond exactly to that shown in the schematic diagrams.

oList of IC

PDC069, PE5190, BA5810FP, AK8567, PDC066

PDC069 (CD-R CORE PCB ASSY : IC501)
o Encorder IC

oPin Function (1/5)

72

PDR-609

oPin Function (2/5)

73

PDR-609

oPin Function (3/5)

74

PDR-609

oPin Function (4/5)

75

PDR-609

oPin Function (5/5)

76

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PE5190A (CD-R CORE PCB ASSY : IC301)
o Mechanism Control IC

oPin Function (1/2)
No.
1

Mark
P32/XCLK0/SCL

Pin Name

I/ O

MSCK

I/O

2

P33/SO0/SDA

MSO

I/O

3

P34/TO0

SREQ

I

Pin Function
Serial transfer clock output of clock synchronous system
Serial transfer data output of clock synchronous system
Serial hand shake to the system control IC input

4

P35/TO1

MACK

O

Serial hand shake to the system control IC output

5

P36/TO2

EECS

O

Enable output for EEPROM access

6

P37/TO3

XECE

O

Enable output for reading the jig for test

7

XRESET

XRESET

I

Reset input (L: Reset)

8

VDD1

Vdd1

-

+5V

9

X2

X2

-

Crystal input for system clock (32MHz)

10

X1

X1

-

Crystal output for system clock (32MHz)

11

VSS1

Vss1

-

GND

12

P0 0

APCDAC0

O

NC

13

P0 1

APCDAC1

O

NC

14

P0 2

APCDAC2

O

NC

15

P0 3

PW0

O

Recording laser power monitor Output (0)

16

P04

PW1

O

Recording laser power monitor Output (1)

17

P05

PW2

O

Recording laser power monitor Output (2)

18

P0 6

PW3

O

Recording laser power monitor Output (3)

19

P07

PW 4

O

Recording laser power monitor Output (4)

20

P67/XREFRQ/HLDAK XRW

O

CD-RWreversing output (CD/CD-R: H, CD-RW: L)

21

P66/XWAIT/HLDRQ

CLOKDEC

O

CLOCK output for CXD2585Q command

22

P65/XWR

XWR

O

Strobe signal output for read operation of the external memory

23

P64/XRD

XR D

O

Strobe signal output for write operation of the external memory

24

P63/A19

XLATDEC

O

Latch output of CXD2585Q command

25

P62/A18

CLOKRF

O

When communicating output AK8567 exclusive use clock (CXD2585 ( &quot; H &quot; fixation)
(AKCLOCK)

26

P61/A17

DATA

O

CXD2585Q/AK8567 common DATA output

27

P60/A16

XLATRF

O

LATCH output for AK8567 command

28

P57/A15

XTERST

O

Tracking error envelope detection reset output

29

P56/A14

ECLV

O

Spindle servo EFMCLV mode switch output

30

P55/A13

CLV

O

Spindle servo CAV and WOBBLE CLV mode switch output

31

P54/A12

GAINUP

O

GAIN set switch output for CD-RW (CD-RW= &quot; H &quot; )

32

P53/A11

AGCON

O

WOBBLE extraction AGC circuit ON/OFF switch output

33

P52/A10

CDROPC

O

Signal output for AC circuit control for CD-R running OPC

34

P51/A9

LDON

O

LASER DIODE ON/OFF output (ON= &quot; H &quot; )

O

Reset output for the servo and digital system ICs (L: Reset)

O

Data address line

35

P50/A8

LRST

36

P47/AD7

AD7

37

P46/AD6

AD6

38

P45/AD5

AD5

39

P44/AD4

AD4

40

P43/AD3

AD3

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oPin Function (2/2)
No.

Mark

Pin Name I/O

41

P42/AD2

AD2

42

P41/AD1

AD1

Pin Function

O

Data address line

43

P40/AD0

AD0

44

ASTB/CLKOUT

ASTB

O

External latch signal of lower address signal for external memory access

45

Vss0

GND

-

GNDD

46

TEST

GND

-

GNDD

47

P10/PWM0

VWDSW

O

Laser driver time constant switch output for WRITE (H:ON,L:OFF)

48

P11/PWM1

TMODE

O

TEST MODE output (TEST MODE:H)

49

P12/ASCK2/XSCK2 QCLK

O

CLOCK output CXD2585Q sub-Q reading

50

P13/RXD2/SI2

QDATA

I

DATA output CXD2585Q sub-Q reading

51

P14/TXD2/SO2

N.C

O

-

52

P15

XRFDET

I

EFM playback RF detection

53

P16

FOK

I

FOCUS OK input (L: Focus OK)

54

P17

XCD

O

CD/other switch output (CD= &quot; L &quot; )

55

Vdd0

Vdd0

-

+5V

56

P70/ANI0

MPXTEST

I(A) AK8567 MPX input (various data for servo system adjustment)

57

P71/ANI1

WRFPH

I(A) A OUT input (running OPC)

58

P72/ANI2

WRFSH

I(A) B OUT input (running OPC)

59

P73/ANI3

TERM

I(A) Temperature sensor input

60

P74/ANI4

RFB

I(A) Playback RF lower side envelope input

61

P75/ANI5

RFT

I(A) Playback RF upper part envelope input

62

P76/ANI6

M11

I(A) CDRMR1 (RF upper part (envelope without coupling) input

63

P77/ANI7

TRAY

I(A) LOADING POSITION input (OPEN= &quot; L &quot; )

64

Avdd

Avdd

-

+5V

65

Avref1

Avref1

-

+4.5V

66

Avss

Avss

-

GNDA

67

ANO0

VWDC2

O(A) CD-R OverDrive/CD-RW record power output (0)
O(A) CD-R OverDrive/CD-RW record power output (1)

68

ANO1

DA1

69

Avref2

AVref2

-

+4.5V

70

Avref3

AVref3

-

GNDA

71

P20/NMI

XPFAIL

I

Power failure detection

72

P21/INTP0

XINT1

I

The EFM ENCODER SYNC1 detection

73

P22/INTP1

XINT2

I

The EFM ENCODER SYNC1 detection

74

P23/INTP2/C1

ATIPSYNC

I

ATIP FLAME SYNC detection

75

P24/INTP3

SCOR

I

EFM DECODER FLAME SYNC detection

76

P25/INTP4/ASCK

FG

I

SPINDLE FG detection

77

P26/INTP5

SENS

I

SENS input

78

P27/SI0

MSI

I

Synchronous serial transfer data input

79

P30/RXD/SI1

SCLK

O

CLOCK output for SONY CXD2585Q serial READ OUT reading

80

P31/TXD/SO1

N.C

O

Note: (A) in item I/O shows &quot; ANALOG &quot; .

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BA5810FP (CD-R CORE PCB ASSY : IC451)
o 5 Channel Driver IC

oBlock Diagram

28

27

26

25

24

23

22

21

20

19

18
10k

17

16

15

10k 10k

10k

CH1~ POWVCC34
CH4 (CH3, CH4)
MUTE
7.5k
7.5k

10k

10k

10k

10k

16k
LEVEL
SHIFT

16k

LEVEL
SHIFT

LEVEL
SHIFT

LOADING PRE
FWD REV

16k

7.5k

LEVEL
SHIFT
7.5k

16k

10k

10k

10k

10k
3

POWER
SAVE

3

4

PREVCC
(PRE, LOADING)

POWVCC12
(CH1, CH2)

7

8

10k
1

2

5

6

9

10

11

10k 10k
12

10k

13

14

oPin Function
No. Pin Name

Pin Function

No.

Pin Name

Pin Function

1

FWD

Input for loading forward

15 V04(+)

Not inverted output of CH4

2

REV

Input for loading reverse

16 V04(-)

Inverted output of CH4

3

LDCONT

Output control terminal for loading

17 V03(+)

Not inverted output of CH3

4

PS

Control terminal for power saving mode

18 V03( -)

Inverted output of CH3

5

IN1

Input of CH1

19 GND

Substrate GND terminal

6

IN2

Input of CH2

20 POWVCC34

power supply input terminal (CH3, CH4)

7

PREVCC

Pre and loading power steps power supply input
terminal

21 MUTE

Input for mute control terminal

8

POWVCC12 Power supply input terminal (CH1, CH2)

22 OPOUT3

Output of CH3 OP-AMP

9

VOL(-)

23 OPIN3(-)

Inverting input of CH3 OP-AMP

Inverted output of loading

10 VOL(+)

Not inverted output of loading

24 OPIN3(+)

Not inverting input of CH3 OP-AMP

11 V02(-)

Inverted output of CH2

25 OPOUT4

Output of CH4 OP-AMP

12 V02( +)

Not inverted output of CH2

26 OPIN4(-)

Inverting input of CH4OP-AMP

13 V01(-)

Inverted output of CH1

27 OPIN4(+)

Not inverting input of CH4 OP-AMP

14 V01( +)

Not inverted output of CH1

28 BIAS

Input of Bias-amplifier

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AK8567 (CD-R CORE PCB ASSY : IC101)
o RF Processor

oPin Function (1/2)

80

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oPin Function (2/2)

81

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PDC066 (OPERATING ASSY : IC701)
o System microcomputer

oPin Function (1/2)
No.

Pin Name

Type
O

Pin Function

1

TEXT SYNC CONTRL

Remote control crimp control terminal for TEXT synchronized

2

NC

O

-

3

WEN/WD1

I/O

Terminal for flash writing (ENA/DATA)

4

WD0

I/O

5

CLK

I

Terminal for flash writing (DATA)
Terminal for flash writing (CLOCK)

6

TEXT SR

O

Remote control crimp output terminal for TEXT synchronized

7

SREQ

O

Mechanism communication beginning REQ output

8

NC

O

-

9

NC

O

-

10

NC

O

-

11

RESET (XPFAIL)

-

Reset terminal

12

TEST

I

Test mode (0V: usually , 5V :Adjustment mode)

13

NC

O

-

14

VSS

-

GND

15

CF1

-

Ceramic departure pendulum (10MHz)

16

CF 2

-

Ceramic departure pendulum

17

VDD

-

VDD

18

KEY IN1

I

Key input (A/D conversion)

19

KEY IN2

I

Key input (A/D conversion)

20

KEY IN3

I

Key input (A/D conversion)

21

R-EN1

I

Remote control input of rotary encoder 1 input

22

R-EN2

I

Remote control input of rotary encoder 2 input

23

NC

O

-

24

NC

O

-

25

NC

O

-

26

NC

O

-

27

REMIN

I

-

28

MACK

I

Communication request terminal from mechanism

29

NC

O

-

30

NC

-

-

31
I
45

G15
I
G1

-

Output terminal for VFD digit

46

VDD3

-

VDD

47
I
50

P1
I
P4

O

Output terminal for VFD segment

51

VP

-

GND

52

P5

I

I

O

Output terminal for VFD segment

71

82

P24

PDR-609

oPin Function (2/2)
No.

Pin Name

Type

Pin Function

72

VDD

-

VDD

73
I
84

P25
I
P36

O

Output terminal for VFD segment

85

LED2

O

Finalize LED

86

LED1

O

Monitor LED

87

XOPT

O

Optical input control output terminal

88

XRST

O

Mechanism control reset output terminal

89

VSS

-

GND

90

VDD

-

VDD

91

HI- BIT

I

There is the model switch &quot; It is H &quot; Hi bit.

92

LEGATO

I

There is the model switch &quot; It is H &quot; legato link.

93

DEMO

I

There is a mode for the model switch &quot; It is H &quot; demonstration.

94

609 or SYSTEM

I

Model switch PDR-609 is fixed &quot; H &quot; .

95

MCOMDATAO

O

Mechanism control communication DATA OUT.

96

MCOMDATAI

I

Mechanism control communication DATA IN.

97

MCOMCLK

O

Mechanism control communication clock.

98

SDA

I/O

EEPROM data OUT/IN

99

NC

O

-

O

EEPROM clock

100 SCL

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7.2.2 DISPLAY
PEL1101 (OPERATING ASSY : V701)

o FL TUBE
1

o Grid Assignment

o Pin Connection

84

>>

PDR-609

o Anode Connection

85

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8. PANEL FACILITIES AND SPECIFICATIONS
8.1 PANEL FACILITIES
Front Panel
1

2

3

4

5

COMPACT DISC DIGITAL

??B- &amp; gt; ?/

SCROLL

TIME

DISPLAY/
CHARA

MONITOR

TRACK NO.
WRITE

ERASE

11

1
2
3

4

5

6

86

FINALIZE

AUTO
MANUAL

INPUT
SELECTOR

12

13

14

POWER switch
Switches power to the unit on and off.
SCROLL
Press to scroll through long names in CD text.
TIME
Switches the display mode (elapsed track time, remaining track time,
total disc playing time, etc.)
DISPLAY/CHARA
Press to switch between display modes (disc title, artist name, track
title), and between upper- and lower-case characters while using CD
text.
MONITOR
Press to monitor the selected input and display digital source
information.Indicator lights up to remind you when you are
monitoring.
OPEN/CLOSE 0
Press to open or close the disc tray.

15

RECORD ?
Press to enter record-pause mode for setting input levels, etc.
8 REC MUTE o
Records a blank section on a disc (for space between tracks, etc.)
9 DIGITAL REC LEVEL / 4 ? (Jog dial)
Turn the jog dial to: set the digital recording level ; skip tracks; select
options in the menu ; cycle through characters in CD text ; select
tracks to erase .
Push the jog dial to: start playback (stop mode only) ; input track
numbers (during programming) ; select characters in CD text ;
confirm menu settings .
10 ANALOG REC LEVEL
Sets the recording level for analog-input recording.
11 ERASE
Press to start erasing tracks, or to re-initialize a disc.
12 FINALIZE
Press to start the disc finalization process (to make recordable CDs
playable on ordinary CD players). Indicator lights up during
finalization.
7

PDR-609

6

7

8

9

SC DIGITAL RECORDER

DIGITAL
REC LEVEL

10

ANALOG
REC LEVEL

PUSH ENTER

L

ANALOG
REC BALANCE R
MENU/
DELETE

NAME

SYNCHRO

CD TEXT

16

17

18

13 AUTO/MANUAL
Switches between automatic and manual track numbering when
recording a disc.
14 INPUT SELECTOR
Switches between the analog, optical digital and coaxial digital
inputs.
15 Remote sensor
16 Character display
17 1 ? / REC BALANCE
Press and hold for fast-reverse and fast-forward playback . Use when
recording to set left and right input levels.Use to move cursor back
and forth across character display while using CD text.
18 6
Press to play, pause, or resume playing, a disc. Also use to start
recording from record-pause mode.
19 NAME
Use to cycle through CD text naming options.
20 7
Press to stop playback or recording.

19

20

Legato Link Conversion

21

22

23

24

21 SYNCHRO
Press to start recording on detection of an input signal.
22 MENU/DELETE
Press to cycle through the preference menu options . Press to delete
characters while editing CD text.
23 PHONES jack
Plug in a pair of stereo headphones for private listening or monitoring.
24 LEVEL
Use to adjust the phones volume.

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Display
1

2

3

TRK

TOTAL
REMAIN
TIME
DISC
TRACK
ARTST
ANALOG
OPTICAL

45 6

INDEX

MIN

SEC

7

CD TEXT

CD-RW

FINALIZE

MANU TRK

SKIP ON
RPT-1
PGM
dB RDM

VOL
32

18

12

6

2

0

OVER

COAXIAL

20

2

19

CD text indicators)
DISC Lights up when disc information is displayed.
TRACK Lights up when track information is displayed.
ARTST Lights up when artist information is displayed.
TOTAL / REMAIN / TIME
Indicates whether the current displayed time is elapsed, remaining, or total
time for a disc or individual tracks.

3

Message/time display

4

FADER
Blinks during fade in or fade out.

5

3 Lights up during playback.
8 Lights during play- or record-pause.

6

REC
Lights up to when recording or record-paused. Blinking display indicates
record muting.

7

CD TEXT
Lights if the CD currently loaded contains CD text.

8

CD / CD-R / CD-RW
Indicates the type of disc currently loaded.

9

FINALIZE
Lights up if the CD-RW currently loaded has been finalized. Also blinks
during automatic finalization recording .

10 SYNC / SYNC-1
Lights up when the recorder is in automatic synchro recording mode.
11 AUTO TRK
Lights when automatic track numbering is on during recording.

18

17

16 15 14

13 12

11

12 MANU TRK
Lights up when manual track numbering is on during recording.
13 SKIP ON
Lights up to indicate that a disc contains skip IDs. When setting or clearing
skip IDs, the word SKIP blinks.
14 PGM
Lights up when program-play is active.

15 RDM
Lights up when random-play is active.
16 RPT / RPT-1
Lights up when repeat play is active.
17 Recording level balance
Displays the digital recording volume. If the balance has been changed, the
indicator (L or R) of the louder channel lights up. Both indicators light
when the balance is unchanged. Track numbers are displayed while using CD
text.
18 OVER indicator
Indicates that the input signal overloaded the disc during recording.
19 Recording level meter
Displays the input level during recording, or the recorded level during
playback.
20 ANALOG
Lights when the analog input is selected.
OPTICAL
Lights when the optical digital input is selected.
COAXIAL
Lights when the coaxial digital input is selected.

88

9 10

FADER SYNC-1
AUTO TRK

50

1

8

PDR-609

7

REMOTO CONTROL UNIT

8

9

18

1
2

AUTO/
REC SYNCHRO MANUAL

o

TIME

ABC

DEF

1

2

3

DISPLAY
/CHARA

GHI

JKL

MNO

4

5

6

SCROLL

PQRS

TUV

WXYZ

7

8

9

3
4
5
6
7

19

MENU/
DELETE

MARK

NAME

10/0
4

20

11
12

21

&amp; gt; 10

13
?

CURSOR

22

3

8

10

14

23
9

1

ENTER

14
15
16

15

7

10
11
12
13

?

24
25

REPEAT RANDOM NAME CLIP

8
FADER PROGRAM CHECK

SKIP PLAY

SKIP ID

SET

CLEAR
INPUT
SELECTER

CLEAR

26
27

16
17
18

28
29

Î

19

20

17
21
22
1
2
3

4

5
6

o REC MUTE
Records a blank section on a disc (for space between tracks, etc.)
? REC
Press to enter record-pause mode.
TIME
Switches the display mode (elapsed track time, remaining track time, total
disc playing time, etc.)
DISPLAY/CHARA
Press to switch between display modes (disc title, artist name, track title), and
between upper- and lower-case characters while using CD text .
SCROLL
Press to scroll through long names in CD text.
MARK / 10/0
Press to choose symbol characters when using CD text. As a numeric key, this
represents zero.

23

24
25
26
27
28
29

MENU/DELETE
Press to cycle through the preference menu options. Press to delete characters
while editing CD text.
4
Press to skip backward tracks. Also performs those operations assigned to
turning the jog dial .
Playback control / ENTER
3 Press to play, or resume playing, a disc.
1 and ?Press and hold for fast-reverse and fast-forward playback,
and to move cursor position using CD text.
7 Press to stop playback or recording.
ENTER Confirm playback, recording, menu settings, and characters in CD
text.
?
Press to skip backward index points.
RANDOM
Press to start random playback.
REPEAT
Use to set the repeat mode (current track, disc, or repeat off).
PROGRAM
Use to program the playback order of tracks on a disc.
FADER
Press to fade in or fade out during playback or recording.
SKIP PLAY
Press to switch skip play on and off.
SKIP ID SET
Instructs the player to skip a particular track on playback.
SKIP ID CLEAR
Clears the above setting.
SYNCHRO
Press to start recording on detection of an input signal.
AUTO/MANUAL
Switches between automatic and manual track numbering when recording a
disc.
Number / Letter buttons
Use to jump directly to track numbers for playback, selecting track numbers
for editing / programming, and selecting letters when using CD text.
NAME
Use to cycle through CD text naming options.
&amp; gt; 10
Use to select track numbers over 10.
?
Press to skip forward tracks. Also performs those operations assigned to
turning the jog dial .
?
Press to skip forward index points.
NAME CLIP
Press to copy the current CD text to the recorder's memory.
8
Press to pause playback or recording.
CHECK
Press repeatedly to step through the program playlist.
CLEAR
Press to clear the last track in a programmed playlist.
INPUT SELECTOR
Switches between the analog, optical digital and coaxial digital inputs.
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PDR-609

8.2 SPECIFICATIONS
(For PDR-609/WV and WY type)
1 General
Model .............................. Compact disc audio system
Applicable discs ................ CDs, CD-Rs and CD-RWs
Power supply ......................... AC 220-240 V, 50/60 Hz
Power consumption ............................................. 14 W
Operating temperature ....................... +5 °C to +35 °C
Weight (without package) ...................................3.5 kg
Max. dimensions ....... 420 (W) x 295 (D) x105 (H) mm

*Recording specification values are for the LINE input
(analog)

3 Input jacks
Optical digital input jack
Coaxial digital input jack
Audio LINE input jack
Control IN jack

2 Audio unit

4 Output jacks

Frequency characteristics .................... 2 Hz to 20 kHz
Playback S/N ......................................... 112 dB (EIAJ)
Playback dynamic range ......................... 98 dB (EIAJ)
Playback total harmonic distortion .... 0.0017 % (EIAJ)
Playback channel separation ............................. 98 dB
Recording S/N .................................................... 92 dB
Recording dynamic range .................................. 92 dB
Recording total harmonic distortion ................ 0.004 %
Output voltage ........................................................ 2 V
Wow-flutter .................... Less than measurement limit
((?0.001 % W.PEAK) (EIAJ))
Number of channels ......................2 channels (stereo)
Digital output:
Coaxial output ...................... 0.5 Vp-p ?20 % (75 Ohm)
Optical output -15 to -21 dBm (wavelength: 660 nm)
Frequency deflection: Level 2 (standard mode)

Optical digital output jack
Coaxial digital output jack
Audio LINE output jack
Control Text jack

5 Accessories
o
o
o
o
o

Remote control unit ...............................................
Size AA/R6P dry cell batteries ..............................
Audio cable ...........................................................
AC power cord ......................................................
Operating Instructions ...........................................

NOTE : The specifications and design of this product are
subject to change without notice, due to improvements.

Accessories
? Remote control
(PWW1169)

? Audio cable
(PDE1249) (L=1m)

AUTO/
REC SYNCHRO MANUAL

o

TIME

ABC

DEF

1

2

3

GHI

JKL

MNO

4

5

6

PQRS

TUV

WXYZ

7

8

9

DISPLAY
/CHARA

SCROLL
MENU/
DELETE

MARK

NAME

10/0
4

&amp; gt; 10

White

?

CURSOR

3
1

ENTER

?

7
REPEAT RANDOM NAME CLIP

8
FADER PROGRAM CHECK

SKIP PLAY

SKIP ID

SET

CLEAR
INPUT
SELECTER

CLEAR

Î

Red

? AC Power cords
(KU/CA: ADG7021)
(WV: ADG7004)
(WY: ADG1127)

90

? dry cell batteries
(size AA/R6) × 2
(VEM-013)

1
2
2
1
1


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