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SERVICE MANUAL
COLOUR TELEVISION
2 2006 YA370

AV-1406FE, AV-14146/N, AV-14149/N, AV-14F16, AV-14FMG6/G, AV-14FMG6/S
BASIC CHASSIS

CG4

TABLE OF CONTENTS
1 2 3 4 5 PRECAUTION. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-3 SPECIFIC SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-4 DISASSEMBLY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-5 ADJUSTMENT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-11 TROUBLESHOOTING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-24

COPYRIGHT 2006 Victor Company of Japan, Limited

No.YA370 2006/2

SPECIFICATION
Contents Items AV-1406FE AV-14146/N AV-14149/N AV-14F16 46.2 cm 34.1 cm 37.5 cm 10 kg B/G, I, D/K B/G, I, D/K, M PAL PAL SECAM SECAM NTSC 3.58 / NTSC 4.43 (NTSC:EXT only). NTSC 3.58 / NTSC 4.43 VHF Low VHF High UHF CATV 46.25 MHz to 140.25 MHz 147.25 MHz to 423.25 MHz 431.25 MHz to 863.25 MHz Mid (X to Z+2, S1 to S10) / Super (S11 to S20) / Hyper (S21 to S41) bands 38.0 MHz (B/G, I, D/K, M) 32.5 MHz (5.5 MHz: B/G) 32MHz (6.0 MHz: I) 31.5MHz (6.5 MHz: D/K) 33.5MHz (4.5 MHz: M) AV-14FMG6/G AV-14FMG6/S

Dimensions (W H D) Mass TV RF System Colour System

Receiving Frequency

Intermediate Frequency

VIF 38.0 MHz (B/G, I, D/K) SIF 32.5 MHz (5.5 MHz: B/G) 32MHz (6.0 MHz: I) 31.5MHz (6.5 MHz: D/K)

Colour Sub Carrier

PAL 4.43 MHz SECAM 4.40625 MHz / 4.25 MHz NTSC 3.58 MHz / 4.43 MHz AC110 V to AC240 V, 50 Hz / 60Hz 68 W (Max) / 47W(Avg) Visible size: 34 cm measured diagonally ( H : 28.7 cm V : 21.7 cm) 22.5 kV1.5kV (at zero beam current) 5 cm 9 cm, Oval type 2 3 W (monaural) 75 unbalanced, coaxial Video 1 V(p-p), 75 , RCA pin jack 2 Audio 500 mV(rms) (-4 dBs), High impedance, RCA pin jack 2 Video 1 V(p-p), 75, RCA pin jack 1 Audio 500 mV(rms) (-4 dBs), Low impedance, RCA pin jack 1 3.5 mm mini jack 1 RM-C360GY (Battery size : AA / R6 / UM-3 2)

Power Input Power Consumption Picture Tube High Voltage Speaker Audio Power Output Aerial Input Terminal Input Terminal [Front / Rear] Output Terminal [Rear] Headphone Jack Remote Control Unit

Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.

1-2 (No.YA370)

3.2

MEMORY IC REPLACEMENT

This model uses the memory IC. This memory IC stores data for proper operation of the video and drive circuits. When replacing, be sure to use an IC containing this (initial value) data. 3.2.1 MEMORY IC REPLACEMENT PROCEDURE 1. Power off Switch off the power and disconnect the power plug from the AC outlet. 2. Replace the memory IC Be sure to use the memory IC written with the initial setting values. 3. Power on Connect the power plug to the AC outlet and switch on the power. 4. System constant check and setting It must not adjust without adjustment signals. (1) Press the [DISPLAY] key and the [PICTURE MODE] key of the REMOTE CONTROL UNIT simultaneously. (2) The SERVICE MENU screen of Fig. 1 will be displayed. (3) While the SERVICE MENU is displayed, again press the [DISPLAY] key and [PICTURE MODE] key simultaneously, and the SYSTEM CONSTANT SET screen of Fig. 2 will be displayed. (4) Check the setting values of the SYSTEM CONSTANT SETTING. If the value is different, select the setting item with the [MENU / ] key, and set the correct value with the [MENU - / +] key. (5) Press the [DISPLAY] key twice, and return to the normal screen. 5. Receiving channel setting Refer to the OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS and set the receive channels (Channels Preset) as described. 6. User settings Check the user setting items according to the given in page later. Where these do not agree, refer to the OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS and set the items as described. 7. SERVICE MENU setting Verify what to set in the SERVICE MENU, and set whatever is necessary (Fig.1). Refer to the SERVICE ADJUSTMENT for setting.

SERVICE MENU
1.IF 2.V/C 3.DEF 4.VSM PRESET 5.PRESET 6.SETUP TOUR OFF 1-6 : SELECT DISP : EXIT

************ *** **

**.*** **** ***

Fig.1

SYSTEM CONSTANT- I

SYSTEM CONSTANT SET 1 COLOUR : TRIPLE BILINGUAL : NO TUNER : MU ECO SENSOR : NO LANGUAGE : E/R/U : SELECT / - / + : OPERATE DISP : EXIT

SYSTEM CONSTANT- II

SYSTEM CONSTANT SET 2 B/B SOUND : OFF LOCK : 180 COLOUR AUTO : NO QSS : MINT ALC : NO TEXT RATE : 20 / : SEL - / + : OPE DISP : EXIT

SYSTEM CONSTANT- III

KEY ASSIGNMENT OF REMOTE CONTROL UNIT
POWER
SYSTEM COLOUR SOUND TV/VIDEO PICTURE MODE

1 4

2 5 8 0

3 6 9 -/-MUTING

PICTURE MODE key NUMBERS key MENU / key

SYSTEM CONSTANT SET 3 AMP TUNER : NO VNR : YES TEXT TABLE : CYL VOLUME PWM : POS
/ : SEL - / + : OPE DISP : EXIT

OFF TIMER

7

CHANNEL RETURN+ SCAN

DISPLAY key MENU - / + key

DISPLAY

Fig.2

MENU

CHANNEL

VOLUME

(No.YA370)1-7

3.2.2 SETTINGS OF FACTORY SHIPMENT 3.2.2.1 BUTTON OPERATION Setting item POWER CHANNEL VOLUME 3.2.2.2 Off PR1 10 INPUT ON TIMER VNR (2) MENU-2 Setting item AUTO SHUTOFF CHILD LOCK BLUE BACK (3) MENU-3 Setting item SETUP TOUR LANGUAGE (4) MENU-4 Setting item TINT COLOUR BRIGHT CONT. SHARP Setting position BRIGHT 15 15 15 30 15 STANDARD 15 15 15 15 15 SOFT 15 15 15 13 12 ON ENGLISH Setting position OFF OFF OFF Setting position Setting position 3.2.2.3 REMOTE CONTROL MENU OPERATION (1) MENU-1 Setting item TV PR1 OFF 0:00 Setting position

REMOTE CONTROL DIRECT OPERATION Setting item Setting position PR1 10 TV BRIGHT PAL B/G

CHANNEL VOLUME TV/VIDEO PICTURE MODE COLOUR SYSTEM SOUND SYSTEM

3.2.3 SYSTEM CONSTANT SETTING Setting item COLOUR BILINGUAL TUNER ECO SENSOR LANGUAGE B/B SOUND LOCK COLOUR AUTO QSS ALC TEXT RATE AMP TUNER VNR TEXT TABLE VOLUM PWM Setting value AV-1406FE TRIPLE NO MU NO E/R/U OFF 180 NO MINT NO 20 NO YES CYL POS AV-14146/N E/C/M/I AV-14149/N AV-14F16 AV-14FMG6/G MULTI E/R/A/P AV-14FMG6/S ON YES

1-8 (No.YA370)

3.2.4 SERVICE MENU SETTING ITEMS Setting item 2. V/C Setting value 1.CUT OFF 2.DRIVE 3.BRIGHT 4.CONT. 5.COLOUR 6.TINT 7.SECAM BL ADJUST 8.SHARP [Do not adjust] 1. VER. POSITION 2. HOR. POSITION 3. VER. HEIGHT 4. VER. LINEARITY 5. VER. SCURVE 6. HOR. VCO ADJUST [Do not adjust] TINT COLOUR BRIGHT CONT. SHARP Setting item 5. PRESET [Do not adjust] Setting value Colour System 1. C-TRAP FIX 2. SHARP PEAK 3. ABL 4. GAMMA 5. Y. DELAY TIME 6. BLACK EXP START 7. C-BPF 8. CW / SCP 9. VIF DET LEVEL 11. IF AGC MIN 12. VIF AGC 13. VIF PMOD 19. VNR 20. RGB LIM 21. RGB LIMIT LEVEL 23. TEXT H. POSITION 24. READ DATA Sound System 10. SIF DET LEVEL 14. SIF BPF BW ADJUST 15. SIF TRAP F0 ADJUST 16. SIF TRAP F0 ADJUST 2 17. SIF -TRAP 18. SIF -BPF 22. SIF SW

3. DEFLECTION

4.VSM PRESET

3.2.5 REPLACEMENT OF IC301 (IF V/C DECODER) For the IC301(IF V/C DECODER) of this model, all data are written in the micro-computer. So, write the data in the microcomputer in accordance with the following procedures before starting adjustment. PROCEDURES (1) Turn the POWER OFF. (2) Replace the IC301 with a new one. (3) While pressing [MENU] button and [VOL+] button ON the FRONT CABINET simultaneously, turn the POWER ON. When the POWER is turned ON, the data is written in the micro-computer immediately. LOCATIONS OF FRONT PANEL BUTTONS

MENU

VOLUME +

POWER

(No.YA370)1-9

4.6

BASIC OPERATION OF SERVICE MENU

4.6.1 TOOL OF SERVICE MENU OPERATION Operate the SERVICE MENU with the REMOTE CONTROL UNIT. 4.6.2 SERVICE MENU ITEMS With the SERVICE MENU, various adjustments can be made, and they are broadly classified in the following items of settings. 1.IF 2.V/C 3.DEF 4.VSM PRESET 5.PRESET 6.SETUP TOUR Adjustment of the IF circuits. Adjustment of the VIDEO circuit. Adjustment of the DEFLECTION circuit. Adjustment of the initial setting values of VSM condition as STANDARD, SOFT and BRIGHT. Adjustment of the RF circuit [Do not adjust]. It should be able to select mode (LANGUAGE and AUTO CH PRESET) [Should be OFF].

4.6.3 HOW TO ENTER THE SERVICE MENU Press the [DISPLAY] key and the [PICTURE MODE] key of the REMOTE CONTROL UNIT simultaneously. Then enter the SERVICE MENU mode as shown in Fig.1.

SERVICE MODE SELECT KEY

POWER

SERVICE MENU
1.IF 2.V/C 3.DEF 4.VSM PRESET 5.PRESET 6.SETUP TOUR OFF 1-6 : SELECT DISP : EXIT

SYSTEM COLOUR SOUND TV/VIDEO

PICTURE MODE

1 4

2 5 8 0

3 6 9 -/-MUTING

PICTURE MODE key

************ *** **

**.*** **** ***

OFF TIMER

7

NUMBERS key

Fig.1
DISPLAY key MENU - / + key

CHANNEL RETURN+ SCAN

DISPLAY

4.6.4 HOW TO STORE OF SETTING VALUE The setting value will be stored automatically when release the REMOTE CONTROL UNIT keys

MENU

MENU / key

CHANNEL

VOLUME

4.6.5 HOW TO EXIT THE SERVICE MENU When complete the adjustment work, press the [DISPLAY] key to return to the SERVICE MENU. And then press the [DISPLAY] key again, return to the normal screen.

4.6.6 SELECTION OF SUB MENU SCREEN Press one of [1] to [5] keys of the REMOTE CONTROL UNIT and select the SUB MENU SCREEN form the SERVICE MENU.

(No.YA370)1-13

4.6.7 METHOD OF SETTING 1. IF [1. VCO] (1) [1] key (2) [1] key (3) [MENU / ] keys (4) [MENU - / +] keys (5) [DISPLAY] key Select 1. IF. Select 1. VCO. Select setting items. Adjust the values of the items. As you press this key twice, you will return to the SERVICE MENU.

[2. DELAY POINT] (1) [1] key (2) [2] key (3) [MENU - / +] keys (4) [DISPLAY] key

Select 1. IF. Select 2. DELAY POINT. Set (adjust) the setting values of the setting items. When this is pressed twice, you will return to the SERVICE MENU.

NOTE: When the setting value has been changed, the new value will be stored in memory immediately.

2. V/C, 3. DEF and 4. VSM PRESET (1) [2] to [4] keys (2) [MENU / ] keys (3) [MENU - / +] keys (4) [DISPLAY] key Select one from 2. V/C, 3. DEF and 4. VSM PRESET. Select setting items. Adjust the values of the items. When this is pressed, return to the SERVICE MENU.

NOTE: When the setting value has been changed, the new value will be stored in memory immediately. 5. PRESET (Do not adjust) 6. SETUP TOUR (1) By pressing the [6] key, you can change the ON or OFF [should be OFF]. Should be OFF: If it is ON, when you turn off the power and turn on a power again, the JVC's logo will be shown about 15 seconds automatically, and the SETUP TOUR starts. (2) [MENU - / +] keys (3) [MENU ] key Select Language. Auto Search.

1-14 (No.YA370)

4.6.8 SERVICE MENU FLOW CHART
SERVICE MENU 1. IF
VCO (CW) ***.** MHz TOO HIGH ABOVE REFERENCE JUST REFERENCE BELOW REFERENCE TOO LOW AFT ADJUST *** (**) VCO ADJUST *** (**) FINE DISP : EXIT

SERVICE MENU
1.IF 2.V/C 3.DEF 4.VSM PRESET 5.PRESET 6.SETUP TOUR OFF 1-6 : SELECT DISP : EXIT IF 1. VCO 2. DELAY POINT 1-2 : SELECT DISP : EXIT

************ **.*** *** ** **** ***

6. SETUP TOUR

OFF 2. V/C ON / OFF
DELAY POINT AGC TAKE-OVER V/C 1. CUTOFF PAL (R) * ** (G) * ** (B) * ** - / + : OPERATE UHF

(By pressing [6] key)

**

DISP : EXIT

50Hz / : SELECT - / + : OPERATE

DISP : EXIT

3. DEF

DEF PAL 1. VER. POSITION 50Hz / : SELECT - / + : OPERATE

**

DISP : EXIT

4. VSM PRESET

BRIGHT TINT COLOUR BRIGHT CONT. SHARP / : SELECT - / + : OPERATE

** ** ** ** **
DISP : EXIT

5. PRESET

PRESET PAL 1. C-TRAP FIX 50Hz / : SELECT - / + : OPERATE B/G

*

DISP : EXIT

(No.YA370)1-15

4.7

INITIAL SETTING VALUE OF SERVICE MENU

Adjustment of the SERVICE MENU is made on the basis of the initial setting values ; however, the new setting values which set the screen in its optimum condition may differ from the initial setting. Do not change the initial Setting Values of the Setting (Adjustment) items not listed in "ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE". [2. V/C] Setting item 1.CUT OFF RED GREEN BLUE 2.DRIVE 3.BRIGHT 4.CONT. 5.COLOUR 6.TINT TV VIDEO 7.SECAM BL ADJUST 8.SHARP (Do not adjust) TV VIDEO RED BLUE Variable range -128 - +127 -128 - +127 -128 - +127 -128 - +127 -128 - +127 -128 - +127 -63 - +63 -63 - +63 -63 - +63 -63 - +63 -31 - +31 -31 - +31 -31 - +31 Initial setting value PAL -50 -50 -50 +0 +0 +0 +0 +0 ----+0 -17 (Fixed) +10 (Fixed) SECAM -50 -50 -50 +0 +0 +0 +0 +0 ----+0 -17 (Fixed) +10 (Fixed) NTSC 3.58 -50 -50 -50 +0 +0 +0 +0 +0 +0 +0 +0 -17 (Fixed) +10 (Fixed) NTSC 4.43 -50 -50 -50 +0 +0 +0 +0 0 0 0 +0 -17 (Fixed) +10 (Fixed)

[3. DEFLECTION] Setting item 1. VER. POSITION 2. HOR. POSITION 3. VER. HEIGHT 4. VER. LINEARITY 5. VER. SCURVE 6. HOR. VCO ADJUST [Do not adjust] Variable range -4 - +3 -16 - +15 -64 - +63 -32 - +31 -32 - +31 -63 - +63 Initial setting value fv : 50Hz +0 +1 -20 +15 -32 -32 fv : 60Hz -3 +4 -2 +0 +0 +0

[4.VSM PRESET] Setting item TINT COLOUR BRIGHT CONT. SHARP Variable range 0 - 30 0 - 30 0 - 30 0 - 30 0 - 30 Initial setting value BRIGHT 15 15 15 30 15 STANDARD 15 15 15 15 15 SOFT 15 15 15 13 12

1-16 (No.YA370)

[5. PRESET] The items in the following table, it is no requirement for adjustment.If values had changed by the miss operation, set the initial setting values in the following table. COLOUR SYSTEM (Do not adjust) Setting item 1. C TRAP FIX 2. SHARP PEAK 3. ABL 4. GAMMA 5. Y. DELAY TIME TV VIDEO 6. BLACK EXP START 7. C-BPF 8. CW / SCP 9. VIF DET LEVEL 11. IF AGC MIN 12. VIF AGC 13. VIF PMOD 19. VNR 20. RGB LIM 21. RGB LIMIT LEVEL 23. TEXT H. POSITION 24. READ DATA TV VIDEO Variable range 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-3 0-3 0-3 0-1 0-1 0-1 -63 - +63 0-1 0-1 0-1 0 - 63 0-1 0-7 -16 - +15 --Initial setting value (Fixed value) PAL 1 0 1 0 0 0 3 1 1 0 +0 0 0 0 15 1 2 -3 --SECAM 1 0 1 0 2 2 3 1 1 0 +0 0 0 0 15 1 2 -3 --NTSC 3.58 1 0 1 0 2 0 3 0 1 0 +0 0 0 0 15 1 2 -3 --NTSC 4.43 1 0 1 0 3 2 3 0 1 0 +0 0 0 0 15 1 2 -3 ---

SOUND SYSTEM (Do not adjust) Setting item 10. SIF DET LEVEL 14. SIF BPF BW ADJUST 15. SIF TRAP FO ADJUST 16. SIF TRAP FO ADJUST 2 17. SIF -TRAP 18. SIF -BPF 22. SIF SW Variable range -7 - +7 -7 - +7 -7 - +7 -7 - +7 0-1 0-1 0-1 Initial setting value (Fixed value) B/G +0 +0 +0 +0 0 0 1 I +0 +0 +0 +0 0 0 1 D/K +0 +0 +0 +0 0 0 1 M +0 +0 +0 +0 0 1 0

(No.YA370)1-17

4.8

ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE

4.8.1 CHECK ITEM Item B1 VOLTAGE Measuring instrument Signal generator Test point Adjustment part Description (1) Receive a whole black signal. (2) Connect a DC voltmeter to 1-pin and 5-pin of S1 connector. (3) Make sure that the voltage is DC116.2V2.0V.

TP-B1 : 1-pin TP-E : 5-pin (S1 connector) DC voltmeter [MAIN PWB]

4.8.2 TUNER / IF CIRCUIT Item IF VCO Measuring instrument Signal generator Remote control unit
VCO (CW) ***.** MHz TOO HIGH ABOVE REFERENCE JUST REFERENCE BELOW REFERENCE TOO LOW AFT ADJUST ***(**) VCO ADJUST ***(**) FINE DISP : EXIT

Test point

Adjustment part [1. IF] 1. VCO

Description Please use signal generator which is correct proof about the sending frequency. (1) Receive any broadcast. (2) Select 1.IF from the SERVICE MENU. (3) Select < 1.VCO >. (4) Select VCO ADJUST with [MENU / ] key. (5) Press [MENU - / +] keys until the colour of the characters TOO HIGH changes blue to yellow. Then gradually press the [MENU - / +] keys until the TOO LOW changes yellow. At this time, confirm that the value of VCO ADJUST is near +00. (6) Select AFT ADJUST with [MENU / ] key. (7) Press [MENU - / +] keys until the characters JUST REFERENCE changes blue to yellow. (8) Press the [DISPLAY] key three times to return to normal screen.

YELLOW

TOO HIGH ABOVE REFERENCE

JUST REFERENCE
BELOW REFERENCE TOO LOW ADJUSTMENT AT THIS POINT IS USELESS ADJUSTMENT POINT

1-18 (No.YA370)

Item DELAY POINT (AGC)

Measuring instrument Signal generator Remote control unit

Test point

Adjustment part [1. IF] 2. DELAY POINT (AGC TAKE-OVER) (1) (2) (3) (4)

Description Receive a black and white signal (colour off). Select 1. IF. Select < 2. DELAY POINT >. Set the setting values of the setting items as shown bellow table. (5) Then adjust the [MENU - / +] keys until video noise disappears. (6) Turn to other channels and make sure that there are no irregularities.

DELAY POINT

UHF

AGC TAKE-OVER - / + : OPERATE

**

DISP : EXIT

Setting Item NTSC3.58 DELAY POINT (AGC TAKE-OVER) OTHER

Variable range

Initial setting value 45 35

0 - 127

4.8.3 FOCUS Item FOCUS Measuring instrument Signal generator Test point Adjustment part FOCUS VR [In HVT] Description (1) Receive a crosshatch signal. (2) While watching the screen, adjust the FOCUS VR to make the vertical and horizontal lines as fine and sharp as possible. (3) Make sure that when the screen is darkened, the lines remain in good focus.

(No.YA370)1-19

4.8.4 DEFLECTION CIRCUIT There are 2 modes of adjustment (setting value) 50Hz mode and 60Hz mode, depending upon the kind of signals (vertical frequency 50Hz / 60Hz). When adjusted in 50Hz mode and 60Hz mode will be automatically set. The setting (adjustment) using the REMOTE CONTROL UNIT is made on the basis of the initial setting values.The setting values which adjust the screen to the optimum condition can be different from the initial setting values. Make sure that the adjustment is properly done on the screen of 60Hz mode. NOTE: Adjust to make both 50Hz & 60Hz are the same v. size and fine straight line. When adjust again, adjust 50Hz mode first. When adjust in 60Hz mode, only 60Hz mode is adjust. Item V. HEIGHT / V. POSITION Measuring instrument Signal generator Remote control unit Test point Adjustment part [3. DEF] 1. VER. POSITION 3. VER. HEIGHT (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) Description Receive a crosshatch signal. Select 3. DEF from the SERVICE MENU. Select < 1. VER. POSITION >. Set the initial setting value of < 1. VER. POSITION >. Adjust < 1. VER. POSITION > to agree the vertical centre with display centre. (6) Select <3. VER. HEIGHT >. (7) Set the initial setting value of <3. VER. HEIGHT >. (8) Adjust <3. VER. HEIGHT > to make the vertical screen size 92% of the picture size.

Screen size

Picture size 100%

Fig.1 H. POSITION Signal generator Remote control unit
(A) (B)

[3. DEF] 2. HOR. POSITION

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5)

Receive a circle pattern signal. Select 3. DEF from the SERVICE MENU. Select < 2. HOR. POSITION >. Set the initial setting value of < 2. HOR. POSITION >. Adjust <2.HOR. POSITION> to be equal the width of (A) and (B) as shown in Fig.2.

Fig.2 V.LINEARITY / V.S-CURVE Signal generator Remote control unit
Top

[3. DEF] 4. VER. LIN. 5. VER. SCURVE

Centre

When the vertical linearity has been deteriorated remarkably, perform the following steps. (1) Receive a crosshatch signal. (2) Select 3. DEF from the SERVICE MENU. (3) Select < 4. VER. LIN. >. (4) Set the initial setting value of < 4. VER. LIN. >. (5) Select < 5. VER. SCURVE >. (6) Set the initial setting value of < 5. VER. SCURVE >. (7) Adjust < 4. VER. LIN. > and < 5. VER. SCURVE > so that the spaces of each line as shown in Fig.3 on TOP, CENTRE and BOTTOM become uniform.

Bottom

Fig.3

1-20 (No.YA370)

4.8.5 VIDEO CIRCUIT The setting (adjustment) using the REMOTE CONTROL UNIT is made on the basis of the initial setting values. The setting values which adjust the screen to the optimum condition can be different from the initial setting values. Do not change the initial setting values of the setting items not listed in "ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE". Item WHITE BALANCE (LOW LIGHT) Measuring instrument Signal generator Remote control unit Test point Adjustment part [2.V/C] 1. CUT OFF (R) 1. CUT OFF (G) 1. CUT OFF (B) SCREEN VR [IN HVT]
KEY ASSIGNMENT OF REMOTE CONTROL UNIT

Description (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) Receive a black and white signal (colour off). Select 2. V/C from the SERVICE MENU. Select < 1. CUT OFF >. Set the initial setting value of < 1. CUT OFF >. Press the [1] key to show the single horizontal line on screen. Turn the SCREEN VR fully counter-clockwise, then slowly turn it clockwise to where one of a red, blue or green colour is faintly visible. Adjust the two colors which did not appear until the single horizontal line that is displayed becomes white using the [4] to [9] keys. Turn the SCREEN VR to where the single horizontal line glows faintly. Press the [2] key to turn off the single horizontal line. Press the [DISPLAY] key twice to return to the normal screen.

(7)
CUTOFF OFF (H.LINE OFF) CUTOFF ON (H.LINE ON) 4 R. CUTOFF( ) 7 8 9 B. CUTOFF( ) 5 6 1 2 3

(8)
G.CUTOFF( ) B. CUTOFF( )

(9) (10)

R. CUTOFF( )

R
WHITE BALANCE (HIGH LIGHT) Signal generator Remote control unit

G

B

G.CUTOFF( )

[2.V/C] 2. DRIVE (R) 2. DRIVE (B)

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5)

KEY ASSIGNMENT OF REMOTE CONTROL UNIT

Receive a black and white signal (colour off). Select 2. V/C from the SERVICE MENU. Select < 2. DRIVE >. Set the initial setting value of < 2. DRIVE >. Adjust the screen until it becomes white using the [4], [6], [7] and [9] keys. (6) Press the [DISPLAY] key twice to return to the nomal screen.

1

2

3

4 R. DRIVE( ) 7 R. DRIVE( )

5

6 B. DRIVE( )

8

9 B. DRIVE( )

R
SUB BRIGHT Remote control unit

B
[2. V/C] 3. BRIGHT (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) Receive any broadcast. Select 2. V/C from the SERVICE MENU. Select < 3. BRIGHT >. Set the initial setting value of < 3. BRIGHT >. If the brightness is not the best with the initial setting value, make fine adjustment until you get the best brightness. Receive any broadcast. Select 2. V/C from the SERVICE MENU. Select < 4. CONT >. Set the initial setting value of < 4. CONT >. If the contrast is not the best with the initial setting value, make fine adjustment until you get the best contrast.

SUB CONTRAST

Remote control unit

[2. V/C] 4. CONT.

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5)

(No.YA370)1-21

Item SUB COLOUR

Measuring instrument Remote control unit

Test point

Adjustment part

Description

[2. V/C] [Method of adjustment without measuring instrument] 5. COLOUR PAL COLOUR (PAL / SECAM / NTSC) (1) Receive a PAL broadcast. (2) Select 2. V/C from the SERVICE MENU. (3) Select < 5. COLOUR >. (4) Set the initial setting value of < 5. COLOUR >. (5) If the colour is not the best with the initial setting value, make fine adjustment until you get the best colour. SECAM COLOUR (1) Receive a SECAM broadcast. (2) Make fine adjustment of SECAM COLOUR as previously. NTSC 3.58 COLOUR (1) Receive a NTSC 3.58MHz broadcast. (2) Make similar fine adjustment of NTSC 3.58 COLOUR as previously. NTSC 4.43 COLOUR (1) When NTSC 3.58 adjustment completed, NTSC 4.43 will be automatically set at the respective values.

Signal generator

TP-47G/R [2. V/C] [Method of adjustment using measuring instrument] TP-E 5. COLOUR PAL COLOUR [CRT SOCKET (PAL / SECAM / NTSC) (1) Receive a PAL full field colour bar signal (75% Oscilloscope PWB] white). (2) Select 2. V/C from the SERVICE MENU. Remote (3) Select < 5. COLOUR >. control unit (4) Set the initial setting value of < 5. COLOUR >. (5) Connect the oscilloscope between TP-47G/R and TP-E. (6) Adjust PAL COLOUR to bring the value of (A) in the voltage table.
B

M

R

SECAM COLOUR (1) Receive a SECAM full field colour bar signal (75% white). (2) Set the initial setting value of SECAM COLOUR . (3) Adjust SECAM COLOUR to bring the value of (A) in the voltage table. NTSC 3.58 COLOUR (1) Receive a NTSC 3.58 full field colour bar signal (75% white). (2) Set the initial setting value of NTSC 3.58 COLOUR. (3) Adjust NTSC 3.58 COLOUR to bring the value of (A) in the voltage table. NTSC 4.43 COLOUR (1) When NTSC 3.58 is set, NTSC 4.43 will be automatically set at the respective values.

W

0V Y

(A)
C

G

(+)

MODEL
AV-1406FE AV-14F16 AV-14146/N AV-14149/N AV-14FMG6/G AV-14FMG6/S

Voltage setting (A) PAL
+9.5V

SECAM

NTSC3.58 NTSC4.43
+12V (VIDEO) +11V (RF) +12V (VIDEO) +11V (RF)

+11V

+9.5V

+11V

1-22 (No.YA370)

Item SUB TINT

Measuring instrument Signal generator Remote control unit

Test point

Adjustment part [2. V/C] 6. TINT

Description [Method of adjustment without measuring instrument] NTSC 3.58 TINT (1) Receive a NTSC 3.58 full field colour bar signal (75% white). (2) Select 2. V/C from the SERVICE MENU. (3) Select < 6. TINT >. (4) Set the initial setting value of < 6. TINT >. (5) If you cannot get the best tint with the initial setting value, make fine adjustment until you get the best tint. NTSC 4.43 TINT (1) When NTSC 3.58 is set, NTSC 4.43 will be automatically set at the respective values.

Signal generator

TP-47G/R [2. V/C] TP-E 6. TINT [CRT SOCKET Oscilloscope PWB] Remote control unit

[Method of adjustment using measuring instrument] NTSC 3.58 TINT (1) Receive a NTSC 3.58 full field colour bar signal (75% white). (2) Select 2. V/C from the SERVICE MENU. (3) Select < 6. TINT >. (4) Set the initial setting value of < 6. TINT >. (5) Connect the oscilloscope between TP-47G/R and TP-E. (6) Adjust NTSC 3.58 TINT to bring the value of (B) in the voltage table in the left. NTSC 4.43 TINT (1) When NTSC 3.58 is set, NTSC 4.43 will be automatically set at the respective values.

M

R

B

(-) W (B)
C
0V

Y

G

(+)

MODEL
AV-1406FE AV-14F16 AV-14146/N AV-14149/N AV-14FMG6/G AV-14FMG6/S

Voltage setting (B) NTSC3.58 NTSC4.43
+10V (VIDEO) +8.5V (RF) +10V (VIDEO) +8.5V (RF)

(No.YA370)1-23

Item

Measuring instrument

Test point

Adjustment part [2. V/C] 7. SECAM BL ADJUST (1) (2) (3) (4) (5)

Description Input a SECAM full field colour bar signal. Select 2. V/C from the SERVICE MENU. Select < 7. SECAM BL ADJUST >. Set the initial setting value of < 7. SECAM BL ADJUST >. Switch the [1] key (colour OFF) and [2] key (colour ON) and make sure that there is no colour on the black and white screen. If the black and white screen is not best with the initial setting value, make fine adjustment until you get the best black and white screen. While watching the screen, adjust the value to be the same colour between ON & OFF by [1] or [2] key. Press the [DISPLAY] key twice to return to the normal screen.

SECAM BLACK Signal OFFSET generator Remote control unit

(6)

(7) (8)

4.8.6 VSM PRESET SETTING Item VSM PRESET Measuring instrument Remote control unit Test point Adjustment part [4. VSM PRESET] TINT COLOUR BRIGHT CONT. SHARP (1) (2) (3) (4) Description Select 4. VSM PRESET from the SERVICE MENU. Set the PICTURE MODE to BRIGHT. Select < TINT >. Set the initial setting value of < TINT > as shown in the below table. (5) Select < COLOUR > to < SHARP > in turn, and set the values. (6) Respectively select the "SOFT" and "STANDARD". Make similar adjustment as same step as above.
VSM PRESET Setting item TINT COLOUR BRIGHT CONT. SHARP BRIGHT 15 15 15 30 15 15 13 12 STANDARD SOFT

BRIGHT TINT COLOUR BRIGHT CONT. SHARP / : SELECT - / + : OPREATE ** ** ** ** ** DISP : EXIT

SECTION 5 TROUBLESHOOTING This service manual does not describe TROUBLESHOOTING.

1-24 (No.YA370)

BLOCK DIAGRAM
MAIN PWB(1/2)
STB_PW

IC703 5V REG.& RESET

POWER LED

TU001 TUNER

IF

Q102 IF AMP

SF102 SAW FILTER

SAW

LED(TIM)

TIMER LED

REMOCON SCL/SDA

REMOCON RECEIVER HEAD PHONE SPEAKER L SPEAKER R

SCL/SDA

SCL/SDA

AUDIO OUT

IC651 AUDIO AMP

IC702 MEMORY

IC701 MICRO COMPUTER

EXT RGB/YS

IC301 1CHIP DECODER
R OUT

MAIN PWB(2/2)
Q351 R OUT Q352 G OUT Q353 B OUT CRT

FRONT IN

VIDEO AUDIO VIDEO AUDIO

VIDEO IN AUDIO IN G OUT

REAR IN

B OUT

REAR OUT

VIDEO AUDIO

VIDEO OUT AUDIO OUT V OUT

IC421 V OUT

H OUT

Q521 H DRIVE

Q522 H OUT

AC IN IC971 9V REG. POWER SW LF901 D901 T921 SW TRANSF. IC921 POWER REG. IC972 5V REG.
9V OUT

DEF YOKE (V)

5V OUT

(H) T522 FBT
EHV SCREEN FOCUS B1

(No.YA370)2-3

2-4(No.YA370)

CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS

MAIN PWB CIRCUIT DIAGRAM (1/2) SHEET1
D704 R721 10k D705 S702 S701 R726 4.7k Q710 X
R737 100k

NOTE : Refer to the part list for the part number of IC702.
S704 S703 R727 15k C721 .033 R728 1k R736 82k D701 X R731 4.7k R730 10K S705 IC704

MODE ( ) PIN NO. DC V IC301 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 IC651 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 IC701 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 0.0 4.4 6.3 3.4 0.0 5.0 5.0 5.5 9.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 0.0 2.8 4.2 9.0 3.8 2.8 2.8 0.0 0.0 0.0 4.4 3.2 3.0 3.5 4.2 3.7 4.1 3.9 4.2 4.2 9.0 4.0 4.7 4.0 6.1 4.2 4.3 2.7 6.2 1.0 3.7 3.9 1.2 3.1 5.4 5.0 0.7 0.0 4.4 0.7 12.5 5.6 0.0 2.4 9.4 9.6 0.0 9.7 19.9 4.5 4.9 0.0 0.0 0.0 4.9 4.9 2.3 3.0 4.9 0.0 0.0 2.4 0.1 1.8 1.8 0.0 0.8 0.0 4.9 4.9 4.9 4.9 2.3 4.9 0.0 4.1 4.9 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

MODE ( ) PIN NO. DC V 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 IC702 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 IC703 1 2 3 4 5 IC704 1 2 3 Q102 E C B Q103 E C B Q161 E C B Q301 E C B Q302 E C B Q651 E C B Q652 E C B Q653 E C B Q702 E C B Q703 E C B Q708 E C B Q710 E C B Q803 E C B Q804 E C B TU001 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 4.9 4.7 4.9 4.4 4.4 4.9 0.0 2.1 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 4.9 4.9 0.0 4.9 14.4 5.8 0.0 4.9 4.9 4.5 4.9 0.0 0.0 9.0 2.3 0.0 0.0 4.0 2.5 8.3 3.2 4.6 0.0 4.0 4.0 9.0 4.6 0.0 0.3 0.0 0.0 1.0 0.6 15.1 0.0 15.2 0.0 4.2 0.0 0.0 4.8 0.1 0.0 2.0 0.0 0.0 0.1 0.0 0.0 8.1 4.7 0.0 0.0 0.1 4.6 NC 0.0 4.4 0.0 4.5 4.9 0.0 31.3 NC 0.0

R749 4.7k

A_MUTE

VOL

R773 X R771 820

C719 1/50

R703 X Q709 X CN0S3 CN0S4 X CN0S5 X

10k

X

R740 3.9k

R796

R750

R748 100 D706 X
C732 X C731 X

R772 820 Q708 *3

PC701 R702 X

C701 X R701 X

J005 Y655 Y654 Y653 X BW BW

D707 *4

C738 X C744 .01 R741 560 R729 1k

C730 .01 C728 180p

K703 BW

IC702 IC703

K704 BW C729 180p IC701 * C709 .01 R738 10k C722 100p
R725 1k C717 180p L701 5.6

H006 IC651 R662 270 R661 270 R668 5.6 D652 *7 C663 .001 C655 10/50 R666 100 C659 4.7/50 R664 6.8k C658 220/25 R660 15k R653 330 C653 10/50 R651 4.7k Q651 *1 C651 C652 .047
A_MUTE A_VCC A.PROT A_GND

R739 10k Q703 *1

C708 1000/10

R719 1k

C736 X

C733 X

C734 X C735 X

C713 .01

C712 .01

C706 .01 C705 470/16

R667 100 D654 *7 LB

D655 *4 C664 100/16

D651 *4

C718 .01

C707 .01

C716 180p

CP701 BW

C726 X

R708 1k

R709 4.7k

R710 4.7k

R711 4.7k

K701 BW

C725 X

X701 C711 .01 C710 100/16 Q702 *1 R714 4.7k R720 4.7k R713 4.7k

C720 .01

R742 56k R797 15k C724 150p

C656 1/50 Q653 *2

R716 220

R715 220

R707 560

Y705 BW

R723 27

R746 10k

C723 X R734 X R706 560

R718 560

D656 *4 C657 100/25

R665 10k R656 8.2k C665 .01 R657 2.2k
VOL

C654 470/16 R659 4.7 R652 1k

D653 *4 R654 22k

R655 47k D657 *4

P_ON/OFF

3.58/OTH

A.PROT

OSD_YS

OSD_G

OSD_R

OSD_B

SCL1 SDA1

PIC_MUTE 2

STB_PW

AFT

R712 4.7k

R658 2.2k

Q652 *1

LINE_V
PIC_MUTE

AUDIO

VIDEO

D305

Y976 X C321 12p

Q302 *1

R321 1.5k Q301 *2
1k

C314 .01

LINE_A C315 100/16

R314

D731 *4 V_SYNC FBP R307 1.2k R308 1.8k C308 100/16 R306 220 C309 .01

H_VCC

R502 0 H_OUT R501 BW

R313

0

SDA1

C501 470/10 C310 220p

C311 .01

C401 .47

C322 .027/25 R322 2.7k

C317 .047/25

C162 1500p

C323 0.47/50

R325 X

C161 X R161 X

Y160 X

R164 X

V_OUT R401 10k

R503 6.8k C402 C503 C502 X 10/50 .01 C437 .1 C316 10/50

1k

D306 100

.47/50

D501 *6

C504 X

X302

R323 10k R327 4.7M C313 3.3/50

Y301 x Y302 0 D301 *5

R324 1k C324 10/50

C312

R163 X

C164 X Q161 X

C166 X

MAIN PWB ASS'Y (1/2) SCG-1323A-H2:AV-14F16 SCG-1324A-H2:AV-14FMG6/G SCG-1325A-H2:AV-14FMG6/S SCG-1326A-H2:AV-1406FE SCG-1327A-H2:AV-14146/N SCG-1328A-H2:AV-14149/N
J006 X

D303

R312

CF161 X

Y975 BW Y001 X Y002 BW IC301

CF162 X

R166 X

C165 X

Y161 BW

R162 X

R165 X

AFT

C119 .47/50
C326 220p R120 390

R303 100

R304 100

R305 100

3
OSD_YS

X301 C113 .0047 C112 47/25

220

.01

J004

C301 680p C302 4.7/50 R302 4.7k

C341 10/50 D341 *4
OSD_R OSD_G OSD_B

C303 10p

C304 .47/50

C115 .01

SCL1

R301

220

C305 .47/50

C117 .22 D302 *5

C120 120p

!
R159 180k R160 X

TU001

C122 .01

8.2

R121

J003

L104

X

C116

R326 100

C325 10/50

L001

8.2

R102 75 C001 K001 BW 10/50 C004 470/16

L103

J002

C841 1500p VIDEO R802 75 1 2 2 AUDIO
SCL1 SDA1

R341 3.3K

C365 1/50

C366 1/50

C367 1/50

SF101 X C121 .01 C114 X C110 0 C111 X R114 X D102 BW R117 X C107 .0047 R115 X C105 .0047 L101 6 C106 .0047

R158 X

C003 x

SF122 R001 X R111 180 R109 .8k C104 .0047 C103 47/25 R103 10 C009 X

D001 L002 X

C002 .01

R810 C842 X C805 220/16 C806 470/16 R807 68 R806 270 Q803

56

C005 .1

C006 X

C306 .01

C307 470/16 CN00T SF102 R118 X Q103 X

R811 220 LINE_V

R374 6.8K

R116 X

Q102 *10

IC001 X R002 220 220

R112 10 R113 100

R110 2.7k

P_ON/OFF

STB_PW

R815 180 R816 680

C109 X
V_SYNC

C108 X

CF103 X

CF102 X

R003

A.PROT

C811 10/50

1

3.58/OTH
H_VCC H_OUT V_OUT

A_GND

A_VCC

X_RAY

Q804 *1

R817 4.7k C812 X

LINE_A A_MUTE

A_GND

5V

FBP

R004 56k

C007 C008 X 4.7/50

FBP

H_VCC

STB_PW

H_OUT

9V

A_VCC

V_OUT

X_RAY

V_SYNC

ABL

MAIN PWB(2/2) SHEET 2
IC301-10 (H) IC301-11 (H) IC301-12 (H) IC301-14 (1s) IC301-36 (H) IC301-40

P_ON/OFF

A.PROT

IC301-42 (1s) (H)

IC301-46 (V)

IC701-27 (H)

IC701-35 (V)

3.5 Vp-p

3.5 Vp-p

4 Vp-p

0.35 Vp-p

3.0 Vp-p

0.5 Vp-p

2.5 Vp-p

2.5 Vp-p

5.0 Vp-p

5 Vp-p

(No.YA370)2-5

2-6(No.YA370)

32V

MAIN PWB CIRCUIT DIAGRAM (2/2) SHEET 2
P_ON/OFF

MAIN PWB(1/2) SHEET 1
STB_PW A.PROT A_GND H_VCC A_VCC LB 5V 9V

V_SYNC

H_OUT

V_OUT

X_RAY

FBP

CN0PW

ABL

32V

! SK351
R365 12k L353 BW R362 1.5k TP-47B

! VA901
Y973 0 Y972 X R353 150 Q961 X

Q353

! C901

! F901

T3.15AH

Y961 BW

R368 1.8k IC421

TP-47G/R

! S901

C356 330p R359 100 R356 330 R348 X R361 1.5k

R961 X

R962 X R963 X R964 X R965 X C961 X

H001 Q352

R364 12k

MODE (V) PIN NO. DC
! SK351
Y303 Y304 BW BW TP-E K351 C352 .01 C351 X

! LF901

Q962 X

L352 BW

!
! TH901
RY971 X D973 X Q973 X R986 X R987 X R985 X

TP-47R/G

R430 82k

R352 X R345 150 R367 1.8k R355 330

C355 220p R358 100

FOCUS SCREEN

C972 X D424 X IC971 R976 12 C422 X V_OUT C976 220/25 C977 220/16 D982 *4 IC972 R979 47 Q402 *1 D983 *4

CNDEG R904 X

Y905 BW

R423 0 R424 0 R425 3.3k

C427 100/35

R429 10k

Y904 BW

R421 4.7k

R422 X

C428 100/35 D421 C421 X D423 *6

CN10T C425 X

Y902 BW

Y903 BW

! C991

D974 X

R988 X

C357 470/10 R346 150

R363 12k

L351 BW

R360 1.5k

D351 D352 D353

.001

X X X

! C910

! C992

C423 18p R426 0 C424 .01 R443 1 C436 .33 D427 R453 2.7K D425 *4 C426 330p R441 8.2k R432 3.9

R431 10k

R442 10k C433 4.7/50

R351 X Q351 R366 1.8k R354 330

R347 X C354 270p R357 100

R349 X

Q351 E C B Q352 E C B Q353 E C B

2.5 125.8 3.2 2.6 123.3 3.3 2.5 128.5 3.2

Q351-C (H)
L354 BW R369 X

Q352-C
(H)

Q353-C
(H)

R901

! C907
.001

! C904
.001

R436 82k

C435 2200/25 R444 R433 3.9 X C430 .0047

D355 D356 D354

X X X

110 Vp-p
CN10U

120 Vp-p

120 Vp-p

D901 C978 220/25 C929 .01 H004 X C979 220/10

K421 *8

! C905
R923 .001 R928 68k C947

Q401

C429 10/50

R440 220 CN00U H002

C909

! T921

IC921 100k R906

R921 1.8

! CP981
100k R903 K943 *8 D943

Q974 L943 4.7 R978 47k

R524 X

! Q522
T501

MODE (V) PIN NO. DC
C525 26V

R525

C523 47/25 Q521 R526 270 C529 .001 R530 X

D930

C930 X C931 C924 4.7/50 R925 1M R922 220 K901 *8 K902 *8

C948 1000/25 C949 L942 470p 4.7

R521 X C528 X D555 X

C944 K942 *8 D942

R977 1.2k

C582 X

C527

D554 *4 R554 680

L551

! T522

R531 330 R974 2.2k C971 X

R532 1k

X

D927

C927 .1

R929

R934 68k

D933

! CP982
C946 1000/25 C945 1000/25

Q975 *3

C526 .01

R980

C555 .1/100 R529 D553

FR556 X

C922 .1

D929 X C932 220p

R924 150K D928 *7 C925 47/35

D931 *4 D921 *5 D925 *5

R933 4.7 C941 560p L941 82 D941 C942 100/160

C530 X R528 X

Y502 BW

Y501 BW

L522 X

! R551
1

R584 BW

D584 X R581 1.8k C581 .1 R582 27K

H003

D920

3.9k C926 3300p

R935

K941 *8

R574 2.2 2.2 C531 100/160 R573

C552 1000/35

D551 *5 X C551

D582 *5 R585 X

R583 39k D581

R575 X

R571 2.7K C571 100/10

C553 X R552 D552 *5

D571 R984 X R983 X D986 X R982 X Q981 X

R576 22k Q571 C572 47/25 R577 5.6K

C554 4.7/250

Q572 *1

R578 10k

Q982 X CN0S2 X

D985 X C981 X

D562 X C561 X R565 X

R566 XX C562

D561

R981 X

X

! C993

! R991
8.2M

Y503 X CN0S1 CN0HV

MAIN PWB ASS'Y (2/2) SCG-1323A-H2:AV-14F16 SCG-1324A-H2:AV-14FMG6/G SCG-1325A-H2:AV-14FMG6/S SCG-1326A-H2:AV-1406FE SCG-1327A-H2:AV-14146/N SCG-1328A-H2:AV-14149/N

FOR TEST

IC421-1 (V)

IC421-3 (V)

IC421-5 (V)

IC421-6 (V)

Q521-C (H)

Q521-B (H)

Q522-C (H)

Q522-B (H)

T522-1 (H)

T522-3 (H)

T522-5

T522-7

T522-9

(H)

(H)

(H)

0.6 Vp-p

30 Vp-p

60 Vp-p

30 Vp-p

38 Vp-p

1.5 Vp-p

1000Vp-p

2 Vp-p

1000 Vp-p

55Vp-p

220 Vp-p

25 Vp-p

220Vp-p

IC421 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 IC921 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 IC971 1 2 3 IC972 1 2 3 Q401 E C B Q402 E C B Q521 E C B Q522 E C B Q571 E C B Q572 E C B Q974 E C B Q975 E C B

3.7 26.0 2.0 0.0 13.8 26.3 3.7 314.0 NC 0.0 0.0 31.8 0.0 0.7 12.8 9.0 0.0 9.2 4.9 0.0 0.0 0.0 5.4 0.0 4.9 0.0 0.0 9.7 0.3 0.0 115.3 0.0 115.5 0.0 115.1 0.0 4.9 0.0 15.3 15.1 0.0 0.0 0.1 4.3

(No.YA370)2-7

2-8(No.YA370)