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RDC-7 No.3653

Sep,2000

AV Controller
MODEL RDC-7

Silver model
UDD, UDT UPP,UPT UGT 120V AC, 60Hz 230V AC, 50Hz 220 -230V AC, 50/60Hz

SAFETY-RELATED COMPONENT WARNING!!
COMPONENTS IDENTIFIED BY MARK ON THE SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM AND IN THE PARTS LIST ARE CRITICAL FOR RISK OF FIRE AND ELECTRIC SHOCK. REPLACE THESE COMPONENTS WITH ONKYO PARTS WHOSE PARTS NUMBERS APPEAR AS SHOWN IN THIS MANUAL. MAKE LEAKAGE-CURRENT OR RESISTANCE MEASUREMENTS TO DETERMINE THAT EXPOSED PARTS ARE ACCEPTABLY INSULATED FORM THE SUPPLY CIRCUIT BEFORE RETURNING THE APPLIANCE TO THE CUSTOMER.

TABLE OF CONTENTS
SPECIFICATIONS-------------------------------------------------------2 SERVICE PROCEDURE-------------------------------------------------3 FRONT PANEL FACILITIES-------------------------------------------4 REMOTE CONTROLLER-----------------------------------------------5 REAR PANEL FACILITIES-----------------------------------------------6 EXAMPLE OF HOW TO CONNECT YOUR EQUIPMENT------8 CONNECTING POWER AMPLIFIERS--------------------------------10 DISASSEMBLING PROCEDURES--------------------------------------11 ASSEMBLING PROCEDURES-------------------------------------------12 IC BLOCK DIAGRAMS AND DESCRIPTIONS---------------------13~30 WIRING VIEW-------------------------------------------------------------31 CHASSIS EXPLODED VIEW-------------------------------------------33 CHASSIS EXPLODED VIEW PARTS LIST----------------------------35 MAIN MICROPROCESSOR CONNECTION DIAGRAM----------37 MAIN MICROPROCESSOR TERMINAL DESCRIPTION--------39 SUB MICROPROCESSOR CONNECTION DIAGRAM------------41 SUB MICROPROCESSOR TERMINAL DESCRIPTION-----------43 PC BOARD CONNECTION VIEW--------------------------------------45 BLOCK DIAGRAM-------------------------------------------------------47 PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD PARTS LIST-------------------49 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM / PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD VIEW----------------50~94 CONFIRMATION----------------------------------------------------------95 FL TUBE VIEW-------------------------------------------------------------96 PACKING VIEW-------------------------------------------------------------97

RDC-7

SPECIFICATIONS
CONTROLLER SECTION
Input Sensitivity and Impedance PHONO LINE (CD, TAPE 1-2, DVD, VIDEO 1-5) MULTICHANNEL INPUT (FRONT L/C/R, SURROUND L/R, SURROUND BACK L/R) (SUBWOOFER) COAXIAL 1-5 (DIGITAL) DVD, VIDEO1-5 COMPONENT VIDEO 1-3 : 2.5 mV, 50 kohms : 200 mV, 50 kohms : 200 mV, 50 kohms : 36 mV, 50 kohms : 0.5 Vp-p, 75 ohms : 1 Vp-p, 75 ohms : 1 Vp-p, 75 ohms (Y) : 0.28 Vp-p, 75 ohms (C) : 1 Vp-p, 75 ohms (Y) : 0.5 Vp-p, 75 ohms (P B , P R ) Power Consumption Dimensions (W H D) Weight

GENERAL
Power Supply : AC 120 V, 60 Hz AC 230 V, 50 Hz AC 220 V, 50/60 Hz : 75 W : 450 196 440 mm 17-11/16" 7-11/16" 17-5/16" : 16.2 kg, 35.7 lbs.

REMOTE CONTROLLER
Transmitter Signal range Power supply : Infrared : Approx. 5 meters, 16 ft. : Two "AA" batteries (1.5 V 2)

Output Level and Impedance Rec out (TAPE 1-2, VIDEO 1-2) : 200 mV, 2.2 kohms : 1 V, 470 ohms Pre out(RCA) : 1 V, 470 ohms Pre out(XLR) : 100mV, 470 ohms ZONE 2 OUT VIDEO (VIDEO 1-2, MONITOR : 1 Vp-p, 75 ohms OUT, ZONE 2 OUT) 1 Vp-p, 75 ohms (Y) 0.28 Vp-p, 75 ohms (C) : 1 Vp-p, 75 ohms (Y) COMPONENT VIDEO OUT 0.5 Vp-p, 75 ohms (P B , P R) : 110 mV RMS at 1 kHz, 0.5% T.H.D. Phono Overload : 20 Hz to 30 kHz : 1dB Frequency Response (CD in, Direct mode) 5 Hz to 100 kHz : +1dB,-3dB (CD in, Direct mode) : 20 to 20 kHz : 0.8 dB RIAA Deviation: Tone Control : 10 dB at 100 Hz Bass : 10 dB at 10 kHz Treble Signal-to-Noise Ratio (Stereo) : 80 dB (IHF A, 5 mV input) PHONO : 100 dB (IHF A, 0.5 V input) CD/TAPE

Specifications and features are subject to change without notice. Power supply and voltage vary depending on the area in which the unit is purchased.

TUNER SECTION
FM Tuning Range Usable Sensitivity Mono Stereo: 50 dB Quieting Sensitivity Mono Stereo Capture Ratio Image Rejection Ratio USA & Canadian models European & Australian models IF Rejection Ratio Signal-to-Noise Ratio Mono Stereo Alternate Channel Attenuation Selectivity AM Suppression Ratio Total Harmonic Distortion Mono Stereo Frequency Response Stereo Separation
AM

: 87.5 -- 108.0 MHz (50 kHz steps) : 11.2 dBf, 1.0 V (75 ohms IHF) 0.9 V (75 ohms DIN) : 17.2 dBf, 2.0 V (75 ohms IHF) 23 V (75 ohms DIN) : 17.2 dBf, 2.0 V (75 ohms) : 37.2 dBf, 20 V (75 ohms) : 2.0 dB : 40 dB : 85 dB : 90 dB : 76 dB : 70 dB : 55 d B : 50 dB (DIN) : 50 dB : 0.2 % : 0.3 % : 30 Hz -- 15 kHz, 1.0 dB : 45 dB at 1 kHz 30 dB at 100 Hz -- 10 kHz : 530--1,710 kHz (10 kHz steps) : 522--1,611 kHz (9 kHz steps) : 531--1,602 kHz (9 kHz steps) : 30 V : 40 dB : 40 dB : 40 dB : 0.7 %

Tuning Range USA & Canadian models European & Australian models Asian models Usable Sensitivity Image Rejection Ratio IF Rejection Ratio Signal-to-Noise Ratio Total Harmonic Distortion

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RDC-7

SERVICE PROCEDURE
1. Replacing the fuses
This symbol located near the fuse indicates that the fuse used is show operating type, For continued protection against fire hazard, replace with same type fuse , For fuse rating, refer to the marking adjest to the symbol. Ce symbole indique que le fusible utilise est e lent. Pour une protection permanente, n'utiliser que des fusibles de meme type. Ce demier est indique la qu le present symbol est apposre. REF.NO. F9001 F9002 NOTE : PART NO. 252163 ! 252074 ! DESCRIPTION 4A-UL/T-237, Fuse 2A-SE-EAK, Fuse

5. Changing the AM band step
When you change the band step, change the parts as shown below. To 10kHz To 9kHz R7091 Short Open R7191 Open 10 kohms R7276 R7277 R7376 R7377 Short Short Open Open Open Open 10kohms 10 kohms

MAIN MICROPROCESSOR PC BOARD NAAR-6837 From soldering side

Q7001 MAIN MICROPROCESSOR 100

R7091

2. To initialize the unit
This device employs a microprocessor to perform various functions and operations. If interference generated by an external power supply, radio wave, or other electrical souce results in accident which causes the specified operations and functions to pperate abnormally. To perform a result, please follow the procesure below. 1. Turn teh Power switch to on. 2. Press and the hold down the VIDEO-1 button, then press the STANDBY/ON button. 2. After " clear " is displayed, the preset memory and each mode stored in the memory, such as surround, are initialized and will return to the factory setting 3. Press the STANDBY/ON button. 4. Disconnect the power supply cord.

SUB MICROPROCESSOR PC BOARD NADIS-6832 From soldering side

R7191

: 120 V model only : Asian model only for 120V : European model only : Asian model only for 230V : 220V model only

S7641

Q7201 SUB MICROPROCESSOR

3. Safety-check out
(Only U.S.A. model) After correcting the original service problem perform the follwing safety check before releasing the set to the customer Connect the insulating-resistance tester between the plug of power supply cord and terminal GND on the back panel. Specifications: More than 10Mohm at 500V

6. Connection of computer
When you change the program of microprocessor or control the unit by the computer, connect the cable RS232C of straight type between a computer and terminal RS232C on the rear panel.

4. Memory Preservation
This unit does not require memory preservation batteries. A built-in memory power back-up system preserves the contents of the memory during power failures and even when the unit is un-plugged. The unit must be plugged in order to charge the back-up system. The memory preservation period after the unit has been unplugged varies depending on climate and placement of the unit. On the average, memory contents are protected over a period of a few weeks after the last time the unit has been unplugged. This period is shorter when the unit is exposed to a highly humid climate.

5

4 9

3 8

2 7

1 6

R7376 R7276 R7277 R7377

1 6

2 7

3 8

4 9

5

To PC GND 1 2 3 7 8 9

To the unit GND 1 2 3 7 8 9

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RDC-7

Front panel facilities
Here is an explanation of the controls and displays on the front panel of the RDC-7.

Front panel

Digital format: The current input source is set for a digital format of Auto. Bass level: The current bass level is +2. Treble level: The current treble level is -2.

Front panel
Display

Power
After plugging in the power cord into the rear panel and wall outlet, pressing this button connects the RDC-7 to the AC mains and turns it on. Before turning on the power, make sure all cables are properly connected. Turning on the RDC-7 may cause a momentary power surge that might interfere with other electrical equipment on the same circuit. If this is a problem, plug the RDC-7 into a different electrical circuit.

Master Volume

Standby/On
On Standby

Standby/On
Pressing this button while the main power is turned on the STANDBY indicator lights up and the front display turns off. Pressing it again returns it to the standby state. This state turns off the display, disables control functions, and turns off all outputs to the main zone (those for the remote zone remain available).

Input Source Buttons (DVD, VIDEO 15, TAPE 1 2, AM, FM, PHONO, and CD) and Indicators
These buttons are used to select the input source for the main zone. When an input source is selected, the indicator will light in blue. To select the input source for the remote zone (Zone 2) or recording out (Rec Out), first press the Zone 2 or Rec Out button, and then the desired input source button.

Power
On Off

Display

Zone 2 ( GRN ) Rec ( RED)

DVD

Video 1

Video 2

Video 3

Video 4

Video 5

Tape 1

Tape 2

AM

FM

Phono

CD

Open/Close

AV Controller

RDC-7

On and Standby indicator Master Volume

Zone 2/Rec Indicator
For Zone 2, the indicator above the selected input source button will light green. For recording, it will light red.

Front door

The MASTER VOLUME knob is used to control the volume for the main zone. The volume for the remote zone (Zone 2) is independent.

Lower buttons in the front door
Caution: The front door of the AV Controller is motorized. Use the open/close button to open or close the door. Manually opening or closing the door, or moving the AV Controller while holding the door, will cause the door to malfunction or break.

Open/Close Front panel door
Press this button to open and close the front door that covers the lower buttons.

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Display
Clear Phones

AV Controller

RDC-7

The DISPLAY button is used to display information about the current input source signal. Each time you press the display button, the screen changes to show you different information concerning the input signal. The screen changes as follows: Program format Sampling frequency Digital input Digital format Bass level Treble level. If the input source signal does not have any information for a particular screen, then that screen will be skipped. Displaying the data of the current input source Each display is explained below.
LFE(Low Frequency Effect) Program format: Front channel Surround channel Source signal 48 kHz

Rec Out
Press the Rec Out button to output to a recording component for recording purposes. After pressing the Rec Out button, press one of the input source selector buttons within 8 seconds to select the component to record to. When one is selected, the indicator above that button will light in red. To record from the same input source that you are using (that is selected for the main zone), press the Rec Out button twice in succession. Note: The Rec Out and Zone 2 buttons use the same circuit and therefore cannot be used at the same time. When Rec Out is selected, nothing is output from Zone 2.

Front panel display

Zone 2
The RDC-7 includes a second signal path separate from the main one that can be used for a remote zone (Zone 2) or for making recordings. By connecting an additional amplifier or other video equipment to the Zone 2 outputs, you can output to a separate room an input source that is different from that being used in the main room. This allows you to watch one program in one room while somebody else is watching a different program in another. Press the Zone 2 button to enable output to the ZONE 2 outputs. After pressing the Zone 2 button, press one of the input source selector buttons within 8 seconds to select the input source for the remote zone. When one is selected, the indicator above that button will light in green.

DOLBY DIGITAL MPEG DTS

SLEEP INPUT DIGITAL ANALO G

Sampling frequency: Sampling frequency

DOLBY PRO LOGIC

12 3 4 5 DVD

VIDEO COMPONENT 1 2 3

Digital input: The current input source is set for digital input at OPT1.

Front panel facilities
To use the same input source for the both the main and remote zones, press the Zone 2 button twice in succession. Note: The Rec Out and Zone 2 buttons use the same circuit and therefore cannot be used at the same time. when Zone 2 is selected, the currently selected input source is output from the recording terminal.

Remote controller
Memory
This button only operates when FM or AM is selected as the input source. This button allows you to preset frequencies for stations when using the FM/AM tuner. You can preset up to 40 stations (or frequencies) to be used with the PRESET buttons.

EXIT
Set the new settings and return to the previous menu screen.

RETURN
Returns to the DVD menu screen when the DVD mode is selected.

TRACK Menu, , , Enter, , , Exit
These buttons are used with the On Screen Display (OSD) menu. They also perform the same functions as (upper edge of ENTER button), the OSD MENU, (lower edge of ENTER button), (left edge of ENTER (right edge of ENTER button), ENTER, and EXIT button), RETURN buttons on the remote controller. Menu: Press to bring up the OSD menu. Exit: Press to exit the OSD menu when at the Menu Screen, or move to one screen previous to the one that is displayed if at any other screen. and : When selecting items in the OSD Menu, press these buttons to move the on-screen cursor (or the highlighted portion) upward and downward. and : When setting parameters in the OSD menu, press these buttons to select parameter values or modes. Enter: Press to display the screen for the selected item in the OSD Menu. Note for European models: These buttons are also used to set programs and finish scans when performing a PTY or TP scan with the RDS broadcasts. Selects a CD track when the CD mode is selected.

Off
When not using either Rec Out or Zone 2, press that button and then press the Off button to turn off the signal. If the Rec Out or Zone 2 signal is turned on and the connected component is not turned on, the electric signal will still be sent through the circuitry and the excess load may cause deterioration of the audio signal.

CD/TAPE/DVD/MD operation buttons
Operates other Onkyo and Integra components.

Input Selector buttons
Selects an input source. DVD: DVD, CD:CD,T1:Tape1, T2:Tape2, TUN:AM/ FM, PH:Phono, V1:Video1, V2:Video2, V3:Video3, V-: Use this button in conjunction with a numeric button to select Video 1 through 5.

DSP
Press these buttons to scroll through the listening modes and set a new one for the input source you are currently listening to. For each different input signal, different listening modes are possible.

1-9, 0, +10
AUDIO TRACK DISC MUTING

Numeric key. The +10 button changes the value of the 10's digit.

Re-EQ
Selects the Re-EQ mode.

LATE NIGHT
Selects the late night mode.
REC OPEN/COLSE

Dimmer (other than European models)
Press to set the brightness of the front display. There are 4 settings available: normal, dark, very dark, and off. The dimmer control for the front display can be performed at the remote controller.

DIMMER
Adjusts the display brightness.

DVD

CD

STNBY
Turns the RDC-7 in standby. Be aware that pressing the STNBY button only places the RDC-7 in standby and does not turn the power completely off.

5
RT/PTY/TP (European models only)
This button is only available on European models. Use this button to help tune into the Radio Data System (RDS) for FM broadcasting. RDS was developed within the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) and is available in most European countries. Each time the button is pressed, the display changes from RT (radio text) to PTY (program type) to TP (traffic program) and then back to RT again.

T1

T2

TUN

PH

V1

V2

V3 DSP

PHONES
This is a standard stereo jack for connecting stereo headphones. The audio for the front right and left speakers are sent to the headphone speakers. When the headphones are plugged in, the listening mode automatically changes to stereo and output to the speakers is stopped.

V

STEREO

DIRECT

1
SURROUND

2
THX

3
DSP

LIGHT
Illuminates the buttons.

4
Re-EQ

5
CH SEL

6
LEVEL +

MODE MACRO
Programming or running a macro function.

7
LATE NIGHT

8
DIMMER

9
LEVEL

+ 10

0

ENT

OSD
Brings up the OSD menu.

HOME THEATER CONTROLLER

RC-418M

MENU
Displays the menu when the DVD mode is selected.

Tuning
Use these buttons to change the tuner frequency. The tuner frequency is displayed in the front display and it can be changed in 50 kHz increments for FM and 9 kHz increments for AM. When a station is tuned into, will appear in the front display. When FM is selected, you can hold down one of the tuning buttons and then release it to activate the autosearch feature. It will search for a station in the direction of the button you pressed and stop when it tunes into one.

Front panel display

ENTER/cursor Listening mode or digital input format indicators VOL SEND/LEARN indicator
Lights red when a signal is emitted from the remote controller. Adjusts the volume.

TEST
Outputs a test tone for setting speaker levels.

Multi function display

LCD display
Displays the input and operating status.

TV/VCR
Used to program the signals from remote controllers for other components. Program the TV/VCR switching mode.

ON
Turns on the RDC-7.

Preset
When AM or FM is selected as the input source, press one of these buttons to jump to a radio station that you preset using the MEMORY button. Pressing the right button moves from the most recently preset station to older ones, and pressing the left button moves in the reverse order.

Sleep indicator

SLEEP
Sets the sleep function.

MUTING
Activate the mute function.

DIRECT MACRO Input source format indicator
Programming or running a direct macro function.

DISC
Selects a disc in the CD changer when the CD mode is selected.

MODE buttons Video display
Sets the remote controller into the mode for the device corresponding to the button pressed.

OPEN/CLOSE
Open and close the front door.

Listening mode buttons
Pressing these buttons to change the listening mode directly.

FM Mode
If you are listening to an FM radio station in stereo and the sound cuts out or there is a great deal of noise, then press this button. The MONO display will appear and the output will change to mono. Though you will not hear the audio in stereo, this may stop the sound from cutting out and reduce excess noise.

DISPLAY
Changes the display.

RDC-7

DVD SET
Brings up the DVD setup menu when the DVD mode is selected.

Speaker output level setting buttons
Use to set the speaker output levels.

ENT
Enters numerical values and settings when either the MD or DVD mode is selected.

CH
Selects the tuner preset stations.

RDC-7

Rear panel facilities
Here is an explanation of the terminals found on the rear of the RDC-7 and how they are used. Before connecting your audio and video components, be sure to read this section carefully and then proceed to the explanations on how to connect each individual component.
Improper connection

Inserted completely

Be sure to always refer to the instructions that came with the component that you are connecting. Do not plug in the power cord until all connections have been made. For input jacks, red connectors (marked R) are used for the right channel, white connectors (marked L) are used for the left channel, and yellow connectors (marked V) are used for video connection. Insert all plugs and connectors securely. Improper connections can result in noise, poor performance, or damage to the equipment. Do not bind audio/video connection cables with power cords and speaker cables. Doing so may adversely affect the picture and sound quality.

ANTENNA
These jacks are for connecting the FM indoor antenna and AM loop antenna that are supplied with the RDC7.

COMPONENT VIDEO INPUT/OUTPUT
If your DVD player or other device has component video connectors, be sure to connect them to these component video connectors on the RDC-7. The RDC7 has three component video input connectors to obtain the color information (Y, PB, PR) directly from the recorded DVD signal or other video component and one component video output connector to output it directly into the matrix decoder of the display device. By sending the pure DVD component video signal directly, the DVD signal forgoes the extra processing that normally would degrade the image. The result is vastly increased image quality, with incredibly lifelike colors and crisp detail.
Y PB PR RCA type

PRE OUT (RCA type)
These jacks are for connecting power amplifiers. If the jacks on your power amplifier are RCA type jacks, connect them here. Two terminals are provided for each of the front left, center, and right channels. The same signal is output from both terminals 1 and 2.

RCA type

MONITOR OUT
There are 2 monitor outputs and each one includes both composite video and S-video configurations. When connecting two video monitors or televisions, be aware that the OSD interface can only be used with MONITOR OUT 1 (OSD will not be displayed on the video monitor connected to MONITOR OUT 2).
R
1 AM ANT. 1

AC INLET
Plug the supplied power cord into this AC INLET and then into the power outlet on the wall.

L

PRE OUT
1

C

SUBWOOFER
1

VIDEO
1

S VIDEO AC-3 RF DIGITAL OUTPUT COMPONENT VIDEO
Y INPUT 1 PB PR Y INPUT 2 PB PR Y INPUT 3 PB PR Y OUTPUT PB PR

FRONT
2 2 2 2

MONITOR OUT 2

(COAXIAL)

SURR SURR BACK

R

L ZONE 2
OUT

1 DIGITAL INPUT
(COAXIAL)

FM ANT. 75

DIGITAL INPUT/OUTPUT (coaxial, optical, and input-only AC-3RF)
These are the digital audio inputs and outputs. There are 5 digital inputs with coaxial jacks, 3 with optical jacks, and 1 AC-3RF input. The inputs accept digital audio signals from a compact disc, LD, DVD, or other digital source component. For digital output, there is 1 coaxial output and 1 optical output. The digital outputs can be connected to MD recorders, CD recorders, DAT decks, or other similar components.
COAXIAL Coaxial cable

PRE OUT
RIGHT LEFT CENTER SUBWOOFER

OUT

2

Power cord (supplied)

6
MULTI CHANNEL INPUT

OUT

VIDEO 1
IN

3 AC INLET
SURROUND RIGHT SURROUND LEFT SURROUND BACK RIGHT SURROUND BACK LEFT

TAPE 1

IN OUT OUT

4
AV CONTROLLER

VIDEO 2
IN

MODEL NO. RDC-7
5 DIGITAL OUTPUT
(OPTICAL)

TAPE 2

IN

VIDEO 3 VIDEO 4 VIDEO 5
DVD

IN

To an AC wall outlet

IN

1
IN

CD
RS 232

PHONO R L

IN

2
IN

DIGITAL INPUT
(OPTICAL)

12V TRIGGER
A B MAIN

IR IN
ZONE 2

3
IN

GND

R

L

VIDEO

S VIDEO

AC-3RF

Coaxial cable

OPTICAL

Optical fiber cable

Do not use a power cord other than the one supplied with the RDC-7. The power cord supplied is designed for use with the RDC-7 and should not be used with any other device. Never have the power cord disconnected from the RDC-7 while the other end is plugged into the wall outlet. Doing so may cause an electric shock. Always connect by plugging into the wall outlet last and disconnect by unplugging from the wall outlet first.

Optical digital input terminal An optical digital input terminal is equipped with a protection cap. When connecting, remove this cap. When not using, put the cap back on the terminal.

When using the digital inputs and outputs, make sure to also connect the analog connections whenever possible. When using one of the optical input or output jacks, remove the protective cap and keep it safely. When the jack is not used, replace the protective cap. When using an optical input or output jack, always use an optical fiber cable.

Rear panel facilities
MULTI CHANNEL INPUT
By connecting a DVD player, MPEG decoder, or other component that has a multi channel port, you can playback the audio with 5.1 channel or 7.1 channel output. So, be sure to prepare a cable that can properly connect the RDC-7 to the peripheral device.
RDC-7 MULTI CHANNEL INPUT (DB-25-type terminal)

RS 232
The RS 232 port is to be used in conjunction with an external controller to control the operation of the RDC-7 by using an external device. The RS 232 port may also be used in the future to update the operating software of the RDC-7 so that it will be able to support new digital audio formats and the like as they are introduced.

ZONE 2
These are the audio and video output jacks for the remote zone (Zone 2). Use these outputs to connect the remote zone. These outputs are activated by the Zone 2 button on the front panel.

RI (RI)
By connecting the RI connector as shown in the diagram below, you can use the RC-418M remote controller to operate Integra/Onkyo cassette tape decks and compact disc players that also have Integra/Onkyo s connectors. Simply connect a remote control cable from this connector to the RI connector of the cassette tape deck or compact disc player. An RI remote control cable with a 3.5-mm (1/8-inch) miniature twoconductor plug comes with every cassette tape deck and compact disc player that has an RI connector.

PRE OUT (Balanced type)
MULTI CHANNEL INPUT

GND
Use this GND terminal for connecting the ground (or earth) wire if a turntable is connected.

These jacks are for connecting power amplifiers. If the jacks on your power amplifier are XLR (balanced) type jacks, connect them here. The pin assignments for these terminals are shown below.
XLR type Balanced cable

DB-25 to RCA 6-ch cable (supplied)

Tighten locking screws

AUDIO IN/OUT
These are the analog audio inputs and outputs. There are 10 audio inputs (6 of which are linked to video inputs) and 4 audio outputs (2 of which are linked to video outputs). The audio jacks are nominally labeled for cassette tape decks, compact disc players, turntables, and DVD players. To the audio jacks for VIDEO 1 to 5, connect the audio output from VCRs, LD players, and other video components. The audio inputs and outputs require RCA-type connectors.
RCA type

RI connector
RDC-7

(Green) (Red) (Blue)

(Brown) (Yellow) (Black)

1. GND 2. non-inverting (+) 3. inverting (-) Ex: Onkyo Cassette tape deck Ex: Integra/Onkyo CD player

RI connector

Front left Front right Center

Surround left Surround right Subwoofer

DVD player or MPEG decoder

When using the PHONO jacks, remove the caps that cover then and store them safely where they will not be lost. Whenever the PHONO jacks are not in use, replace the caps on them. When connecting a VCR or other video component, make sure you connect the audio and video leads together (i.e., both to VIDEO 3). With LD players that have an AC-3RF terminal, connect the audio source to the audio inputs of VIDEO 4 because only it supports the AC-3RF settings during digital setup. The RDC-7 is designed for use with turntables that use moving magnet cartridges.

These pin assignments conform to the standards made by the Audio Engineering Society. Check the instruction manual that came with your power amplifier and verify that the input pin assignments are compatible with those for the RDC-7.

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1. Connecting the output terminal Match the pins and insert the terminal until you hear a click. Ensure that it is secure by gently pulling it.

The MULTI CHANNEL INPUT is a DB-25 port and the RDC7 is equipped provided with a DB-25-to-RCA 6-channel cable. When making a multi-channel connection to a DVD player or MPEG decoder, connect the DB-25 end of the cable to the MULTI CHANNEL INPUT port on the RDC-7 and RCA-type ends to the ends of the cables connected to the other component. The channel colors are shown below. Front left (Blue) Front right (Red) Center (Green) Surround left (Black) Surround right (Yellow) Subwoofer (Brown) If the DVD player or MPEG decoder that you are connecting to is provided with DB-25-to-DB-25 cable, then connect that directly to the RDC-7 and do not use the cable supplied with the RDC-7. When connecting the cable, be sure to secure the locking screws on the DB-25 connectors.

For remote control operation, the audio connection cables must also be connected. The RC-418M remote controller does not support turntables. If the connected component has two RI connectors, you can use either one to connect to the RDC7. The other one can be used to daisy chain with another component. For Integra DVD or MD players, you can control them by simply pointing the RC-418M controller directly at the component.

VIDEO IN/OUT
These are the video inputs and outputs. There are 6 video inputs and 2 video outputs and each one includes both composite video and S-video configurations. Connect VCRs, LD players, DVD players, and other video components to the video inputs. S-video sources can be viewed via the S-video or composite outputs, while composite sources can only be viewed through the composite output. The 2 video output channels can be used to be connected to video tape recorders for making recordings.
Composite video jack

2. Disconnecting tha output terminal Pull out the cable (in the direction indicated by the arrow) while holding down the connection cable button. Push

IR IN MAIN
If the RDC-7 is located inside a rack or cabinet that will not allow infrared beams to reach the IR sensor, you will need to connect a remote sensor* to this input to be able to use the remote controller. Then install the remote sensor in an unblocked location where you can easily point the remote controller. * An optional remote sensor kit is required.

12V TRIGGER
This is a 12-volt output terminal so that the RDC-7 can control other external devices. For other devices that have an input terminal of the same kind, you can connect it to this terminal with 1/8-inch mini-jack cable so that its power is turned on when you press an input source button. The RDC-7 is equipped with two 12-volt trigger terminals and each supplies a current of 100 mA. When you connect to either of these terminals, make the appropriate settings in the OSD menu.The initial settings are Onand Off,so if you are only A: B: connecting to A, these settings will not need to be changed.

IR IN ZONE 2
This jack allows you to connect a multiroom system kit so that you can use the remote controller while you are in the remote zone (Zone 2), which may be far separated from the RDC-7. * To be able to use the remote controller in the remote zone (Zone 2), you must connect one of the following (sold separately): Integra Multi-Room System Kit (IR Remote Controls ler Extension System). A multiroom A/V distribution and control system from Niles , Xantech , or the like.
R R

S video jack

When connecting a VCR or other video component, make sure you connect the audio and video leads together (i.e., both to VIDEO 3). With LD players that have an AC-3RF terminal, connect the video source to the video inputs of VIDEO 4 because only it supports the AC-3RF settings during digital setup.

RDC-7

RDC-7

Example of how to connect your equipment
Standard connections
VCR (VIDEO 1) TV monitor (MONITOR OUT 1) Projector (MONITOR OUT 2) Cable/Satellite (Set top box, VIDEO 3) DVD recorder or other digital video recording device Here is explanation of how to connect the main components to the RDC-7 in the standard manner. There are many ways that any one component can be connected, and it is up to you to decide which method best fits your situation. The directions given here are only one option and should only be thought of as such. It is best to fully understand the nature of each connector and terminal as well as each of your components and their features to ascertain which method of connection is best. Be sure to always refer to the instruction manual that came with the component that you are connecting. Do not plug in the power cord until all connections have been made. For input jacks, red connectors (marked R) are used for the right channel, white connectors (marked L) are used for the left channel, and yellow connectors (marked V) are used for video connection. Insert all plugs and connectors securely. Improper connections can result in noise, poor performance, or damage to the equipment. Do not bind audio connection cables with power cords and speaker cables. Doing so may adversely affect the sound quality.

R
1 AM ANT. 1

L

PRE OUT
1

C

SUBWOOFER
1

VIDEO
1

S VIDEO AC-3 RF DIGITAL OUTPUT COMPONENT VIDEO
Y INPUT 1 PB PR Y INPUT 2 PB PR Y INPUT 3 T PB PR Y OUTPUT PB PR

FRONT
2 2 2 2

MONITOR OUT 2

(COAXIAL)

SURR SURR BACK

R

L ZONE 2
OUT

1 DIGITAL INPUT
(COAXIAL)

FM ANT. 75

PRE OUT
RIGHT LEFT CENTER SUBWOOFER

OUT

2

OUT MULTI CHANNEL INPUT

VIDEO 1
IN

3 AC INLET
SURROUND RIGHT SURROUND LEFT SURROUND BACK RIGHT SURROUND BACK LEFT

TAPE 1

IN OUT OUT

4

VIDEO 2
IN

AV CONTROLLER

MODEL NO. RDC-7
5 DIGITAL OUTPUT
(OPTICAL)

TAPE 2

IN

VIDEO 3 VIDEO 4 VIDEO 5
DVD

IN

IN

1
IN

CD
RS 232

PHONO R L

IN

2
IN

DIGITAL INPUT
(OPTICAL)

12V TRIGGER
A B

IR IN
MAIN ZONE 2

Connecting power amplifiers: Speaker configuration and placement: Radio antenna: Enjoying the RDC-7 from a remote room (Zone 2):

8

3
IN

GND

R

L

VIDEO

S VIDEO

Turntable (PHONO)

Default setting
Input source CD PHONO Digital input COAXIAL 1 Component video

CD player (CD)

FM AM TAPE 1 TAPE 2 OPTICAL 1 OPTICAL 2 OPTICAL 3 ---COAXIAL 2 COAXIAL 3 COAXIAL 4 COAXIAL 5 COMPONENT VIDEO 1 ---COMPONENT VIDEO 2 COMPONENT VIDEO 3 -------

Tape deck, DAT, MD recorder, CD-R (TAPE 2)

DVD VIDEO 1 VIDEO 2 VIDEO 3 VIDEO 4 DVD player (DVD) LD player (VIDEO 4) VIDEO 5

DAT deck, CD-R, MD recorder (TAPE 1)

Analog signal Digital signal flow

---- : No setting : No applicable

Example of how to connect your equipment
Connecting your audio components
Below is an example of how you can connect your audio components to the RDC-7.

4. Connecting an MD recorder, DAT deck, or CD recorder
Using an RCA-type audio connection cable, connect the output terminals (PLAY) of the device to the TAPE 1 IN jacks on the RDC-7 and the input terminals (REC) to the TAPE 1 OUT jacks. Make sure that you properly connect the left channel to the L jack and the right channel to the R jack. If the device has a digital output jack as well, be sure to also connect it to either a DIGITAL INPUT (COAXIAL) or DIGITAL INPUT (OPTICAL) jack on the RDC-7 depending on the type of connector on the device. With the initial settings of the RDC-7, the TAPE 1 input source is set for digital input at the OPTICAL 1 jack. If the digital connection is made at a different jack, this must Digital be changed at the OSD Menu: Input Setup Setup Digital Input. If the device also has a digital input jack, it can be connected to the DIGITAL OUTPUT (COAXIAL) or DIGITAL OUTPUT (OPTICAL) jack on the RDC-7 for recording of the signal from the input source selected at the RDC-7.

6. Connecting a LD player
Using an RCA-type video connection cable, connect the video output terminal (composite) on the LD player to the VIDEO 4 IN jack on the RDC-7. If there is an Svideo output terminal on the LD player, connect it to the S VIDEO 4 IN jack using an S-video cable. If the LD player has an AC-3RF output, connect it to the AC-3RF jack on the RDC-7. If this connection is made, AC-3RFmust be set in the OSD Menu: Input Setup Digital Setup Digital Format. Using an RCA-type audio connection cable, connect the audio output terminal on the LD player to the audio VIDEO 4 IN jacks on the RDC-7. Make sure that you properly connect the left channel to the L jack and the right channel to the R jack. If the LD player has a digital output jack as well, be sure to also connect it to either a DIGITAL INPUT (COAXIAL) or DIGITAL INPUT (OPTICAL) jack on the RDC-7 depending on the type of connector on the LD player. With the initial settings of the RDC-7, the VIDEO 4 input source is set for digital input at the COAXIAL 4 jack. If the digital connection is made at a different jack, this must be changed at the OSD Menu: Input Setup Digital Setup Digital Input.

9. Connecting a DVD recorder or other digital video recording device
Using an RCA-type video connection cable, connect the video output terminal (composite) on the device to the VIDEO 2 IN jacks on the RDC-7 and video input terminal to the VIDEO 1 OUT jacks. If there is an S-video input/output terminal on the device, connect it to the S VIDEO 2 IN/OUT jack using an S-video cable. If the device has component video outputs, connect them to one of the COMPONENT VIDEO INPUT jacks. Using an RCA-type audio connection cable, connect the audio output terminal on the device to the same VIDEO 2 IN audio jacks on the RDC-7 and audio input terminal to the VIDEO 1 OUT audio jacks. Make sure that you properly connect the left channel to the L jack and the right channel to the R jack. If the device has a digital output jack as well, be sure to also connect it to either a DIGITAL INPUT (COAXIAL) or DIGITAL INPUT (OPTICAL) jack on the RDC-7 depending on the type of connector on the device. With the initial settings of the RDC-7, the VIDEO 2 input source is set for digital input at the COAXIAL 2 jack. If the digital connection is made at a jack different from the initial settings, this must be changed at the OSD Menu: Input Setup Digital Setup Digital Input. If the device also has a digital input jack, it can be connected to the DIGITAL OUTPUT (COAXIAL) or DIGITAL OUTPUT (OPTICAL) jack on the RDC-7 for recording of the signal from the input source selected at the RDC-7.

1. Connecting a turntable
Using an RCA-type audio connection cable, connect the output terminal on the turntable to the PHONO IN jacks on the RDC-7. Make sure that you properly connect the left channel to the L jack and the right channel to the R jack. Note: The RDC-7 is designed for use with moving magnet cartridges. For proper operation, connect a ground (or earth) wire to the GND terminal. For some turntables, however, connecting the ground wire may cause increased noise, and in such a case, a ground wire is not necessary and should not be connected.

2. Connecting a compact disc player
Using an RCA-type audio connection cable, connect the output terminal on the compact disc player to the CD IN jacks on the RDC-7. Make sure that you properly connect the left channel to the L jack and the right channel to the R jack. If the compact disc player has a digital output jack as well, be sure to also connect it to either a DIGITAL INPUT (COAXIAL) or DIGITAL INPUT (OPTICAL) jack on the RDC-7 depending on the type of connector on the compact disc player. With the initial settings of the RDC-7, the CD input source is set for digital input at the COAXIAL 1 jack. If the digital connection is made at a different jack, this must be changed at the OSD Menu: Input Setup Digital Setup Digital Input .

Connecting your video components
Below is an example of how you can connect your video components to the RDC-7.

7. Connecting a video cassette recorder
Using an RCA-type video connection cable, connect the video output terminal (composite) on the video cassette recorder to the VIDEO 1 IN jacks on the RDC-7 and video input terminal to the VIDEO 1 OUT jacks. If there is an S-video input/output terminal on the video cassette recorder, connect it to the S VIDEO 1 IN/OUT jack using an S-video cable. If the video cassette recorder has component video outputs, connect them to one of the COMPONENT VIDEO INPUT jacks. Using an RCA-type audio connection cable, connect the audio output terminal on the video cassette recorder to the same VIDEO 1 IN audio jacks on the RDC7 and audio input terminal to the VIDEO 1 OUT audio jacks. Make sure that you properly connect the left channel to the L jack and the right channel to the R jack.

The flow of the video signals is as follows: the signal that comes in from VIDEO IN is sent to VIDEO OUT, the signal that comes in from S-VIDEO IN is sent to S-VIDEO OUT and VIDEO OUT, and the signal that comes in from COMPONENT VIDEO IN is sent to COMPONENT VIDEO OUT. If only the video connection for the MONITOR OUT is made, even if the input from each source component is through a component video connection, the picture will not appear. If only the S-video connection for the MONITOR OUT is made, the picture will not appear.

10. Connecting a television monitor or projector
Using an RCA-type video connection cable, connect the video input terminal (composite) on the monitor to one of the MONITOR OUT jacks on the RDC-7. If there is an S-video input terminal on the monitor, connect it to the S VIDEO MONITOR OUT jack using an S-video cable. If the device has component video inputs, connect them to the COMPONENT VIDEO OUTPUT jacks. Note that the OSD Menu will not be displayed on the monitor connected to MONITOR OUT 2. This allows you to connect large screens or projectors to MONITOR OUT 2 and use a smaller television connected to MONITOR OUT 1 just to make settings in the OSD Menu.

9

3. Connecting a cassette tape deck, MD recorder, DAT deck, or CD recorder
Using an RCA-type audio connection cable, connect the output terminals (PLAY) of the device to the TAPE 2 IN jacks on the RDC-7 and the input terminals (REC) to the TAPE 2 OUT jacks. Make sure that you properly connect the left channel to the L jack and the right channel to the R jack. If the device has a digital output jack as well, be sure to also connect it to either a DIGITAL INPUT (COAXIAL) or DIGITAL INPUT (OPTICAL) jack on the RDC-7 depending on the type of connector on the device. With the initial settings of the RDC-7, the TAPE 2 input source is set for digital input at the OPTICAL 2 jack. If the digital connection is made at a different jack, this must be changed at the OSD Menu: Input Setup Digital Setup Digital Input . If the device also has a digital input jack, it can be connected to the DIGITAL OUTPUT (COAXIAL) or DIGITAL OUTPUT (OPTICAL) jack on the RDC-7 for recording of the signal from the input source selected at the RDC-7.

5. Connecting a DVD player
Using an RCA-type video connection cable, connect the video output terminal (composite) on the DVD player to the DVD VIDEO IN jack on the RDC-7. If there is an S-video output terminal on the DVD player, connect it to the DVD S VIDEO IN jack using an S-video cable. If the DVD player has component video outputs, connect them to one of the COMPONENT VIDEO INPUT jacks. Using an RCA-type audio connection cable, connect the audio output terminal on the DVD player to the audio DVD IN jacks on the RDC-7. Make sure that you properly connect the left channel to the L jack and the right channel to the R jack. If the DVD player has a digital output jack as well, be sure to also connect it to either a DIGITAL INPUT (COAXIAL) or DIGITAL INPUT (OPTICAL) jack on the RDC-7 depending on the type of connector on the DVD player. With the initial settings of the RDC-7, the DVD input source is set for digital input at the OPTICAL 3 jack. If the digital connection is made at a different jack, this must be changed at the OSD Menu: Input Setup Digital Setup Digital Input .

8. Connecting a satellite tuner or television
Using an RCA-type video connection cable, connect the video output terminal (composite) on the satellite tuner or television to the VIDEO 3 IN jacks on the RDC-7. If there is an S-video output terminal on the satellite tuner or television, connect it to the S VIDEO 3 IN jack using an S-video cable. If the satellite tuner or television has component video outputs, connect them to one of the COMPONENT VIDEO INPUT jacks. Using an RCA-type audio connection cable, connect the audio output terminal on the satellite tuner or television to the same VIDEO 3 IN audio jacks on the RDC-7. Make sure that you properly connect the left channel to the L jack and the right channel to the R jack. If the satellite tuner or television has a digital output jack as well, be sure to also connect it to either a DIGITAL INPUT (COAXIAL) or DIGITAL INPUT (OPTICAL) jack on the RDC-7 depending on the type of connector on the set top box or television. With the initial settings of the RDC-7, the VIDEO 3 input source is set for digital input at the COAXIAL 3 jack. If the digital connection is made at a jack different from the initial settings, this must be changed at the OSD Menu: Input Setup Digital Setup Digital Input.

RDC-7

RDC-7

Connecting power amplifiers
Connecting power amplifiers with RCA type connector
Connect your power amplifier to the PRE OUT jacks on the RDC-7. If the jacks on your power amplifier are RCA type jacks, connect them to the jacks shown in the diagram given below. Two terminals are provided for each of the front left, center, and right channels. The same signal is output from both terminals 1 and 2. Surround back right speaker Surround back left speaker Surround right speaker Surround left speaker Front right speaker Front left speaker Center speaker Subwoofer Subwoofer

Connecting power amplifiers with XLR type connector
Connect your power amplifier to the PRE OUT jacks on the RDC-7. If the jacks on your power amplifier are XLR (balanced) type jacks, connect them to the jacks shown in the diagram given below.

Front right speaker Front left speaker Surround right speaker Surround left speaker Center speaker Surround back right speaker Surround back left speaker Subwoofer

Power amplifier

Power amplifier

10
R
1 1

L

PRE OUT
1

C

SUBWOOFER
RIGHT LEFT

PRE OUT
CENTER SUBWOOFER

1

FRONT
2 2 2 2
SURROUND RIGHT SURROUND LEFT SURROUND BACK RIGHT SURROUND BACK LEFT

SURR SURR BACK

RDC-7
R
1 AM ANT. 1

L

PRE OUT
1

C

SUBWOOFER
1

VIDEO
1

S VIDEO AC-3 RF DIGITAL OUTPUT COMPONENT VIDEO
Y INPUT 1 PB PR Y INPUT 2 PB PR Y INPUT 3 PB PR Y OUTPUT PB PR 1 AM ANT.

R
1

L

PRE OUT
1

C

SUBWOOFER
1

VIDEO
1

S VIDEO AC-3 RF DIGITAL OUTPUT COMPONENT VIDEO
Y INPUT 1 PB PR Y INPUT 2 PB PR Y INPUT 3 PB PR Y OUTPUT PB PR

FRONT
2 2 2 2

MONITOR OUT 2

FRONT
2 2 2 2

MONITOR OUT 2

(COAXIAL)

(COAXIAL)

SURR SURR BACK

R

L ZONE 2
OUT

SURR 1 DIGITAL INPUT
OUT (COAXIAL)

R

L ZONE 2
OUT

1 DIGITAL INPUT
(COAXIAL)

FM ANT. 75

PRE OUT
RIGHT LEFT CENTER SUBWOOFER

2

FM ANT. 75

SURR BACK
OUT

PRE OUT
RIGHT LEFT CENTER SUBWOOFER

2

OUT MULTI CHANNEL INPUT

VIDEO 1
IN

OUT

VIDEO 1
IN

3 AC INLET
SURROUND RIGHT SURROUND LEFT SURROUND BACK RIGHT SURROUND BACK LEFT

TAPE 1

MULTI CHANNEL INPUT

3 AC INLET
SURROUND RIGHT SURROUND LEFT SURROUND BACK RIGHT SURROUND BACK LEFT

IN OUT OUT

TAPE 1

IN OUT OUT

4

4

VIDEO 2
IN

AV CONTROLLER

MODEL NO. RDC-7
5 DIGITAL OUTPUT
(OPTICAL)

VIDEO 2
IN

AV CONTROLLER

MODEL NO. RDC-7
5 DIGITAL OUTPUT
(OPTICAL)

TAPE 2

IN

VIDEO 3 VIDEO 4 VIDEO 5
DVD

TAPE 2

IN

IN

VIDEO 3 VIDEO 4 VIDEO 5
DVD

IN

IN

1
IN

IN

CD
RS 232

1
IN

CD 2 DIGITAL INPUT
(OPTICAL) RS 232

PHONO R L

IN

12V TRIGGER
A B MAIN

IR IN
ZONE 2

PHONO R L

IN

2
IN

DIGITAL INPUT
(OPTICAL)

12V TRIGGER
A B MAIN

IR IN
ZONE 2

IN

3
IN

3
IN

GND

R

L

VIDEO

S VIDEO

GND

R

L

VIDEO

S VIDEO

RDC-7

DISASSEMBLING PROCEDURES
1. Top cover
Remove two screws A holding the top cover and bracket. Remove six screws B holding the top cover and chassis. Remove two screws C holding the top cover and the rear panel. Lift up the top cover and remove it.

2. Front panel assembly
Remove the top cover. Disconnect two FFCs on the sockets of P7201B and P7202A. Remove three screws D holding the front panel and chassis from the top side. Remove six screws E holding the front panel and chassis from the bottom side.
P7202 P7201

A C B

E

D
B

3. Bottom board
Remove four screws F holding the leg and chassis. Remove twelve screws G holding the bottom board and chassis.

4. Rear panel
When PC board assembly are removed, remove the rear panel. Remove the 8 screws A holding the rear panel and the chassis. Remove the four special screws C. Remove the 46 screws D to K. Remove the two screws N. A : ATTB+8C(BC) (Part No.838440089) x 8 Chassis B : 3TTB+6B(BC) (Part No.838440068) x 3 Tuner unit C : Special screw (This screw is included to Terminal) x 4 Multi channel input PC board D : 3TTB+8B(BC) (Part No.838430088) x 5 Input selector PC board E : 3TTB+8B(BC) (Part No.838430088) x 4 Input/Output terminal PC board F : 3TTB+8B(BC) (Part No.838430088) x 4 Video terminal PC board G : 3TTB+8B(BC) (Part No.838430088) x 4 S Video terminal PC board H : 3TTB+8B(BC) (Part No.838430088) x 7 DSP circuit terminal PC board I : 3TTB+8B(BC) (Part No.838430088) x 8 XLR jack PC board (1) J : 3TTB+8B(BC) (Part No.838430088) x 8 XLR jack PC board (2) K : 3TTB+8B(BC) (Part No.838430088) x 2 Primary circuit PC board L : 3TTB+8B(BC) (Part No.838430088) x 4 Component video PC board M : 3TTB+8B(BC) (Part No.838430088) x 2 Cover N : 3TTB+8B(BC) (Part No.838430088) x 2 Primary circuit PC board

F G F G

D B
R
1 1

E
L
PRE OUT
1

F
VIDEO

G
S VIDEO
1 MONITOR OUT

H

M

L

M

K

C

SUBWOOFER
1

AC-3 RF DIGITAL OUTPUT

A B

AM ANT.

FRONT
2 2 2 2

COMPONENT VIDEO
Y INPUT 1 PB PR Y INPUT 2 PB PR Y INPUT 3 PB PR Y OUTPUT PB PR

2

(COAXIAL)

SURR SURR BACK

R

L ZONE 2
OUT

1 DIGITAL INPUT
(COAXIAL)

FM ANT. 75

PRE OUT
RIGHT LEFT CENTER SUBWOOFER

OUT

2

OUT MULTI CHANNEL INPUT

VIDEO 1
IN

I
AC INLET

3

A N

TAPE 1

IN OUT OUT

4
SURROUND RIGHT SURROUND LEFT SURROUND BACK RIGHT SURROUND BACK LEFT

VIDEO 2
IN

AV CONTROLLER

MODEL NO. RDC-7
5 DIGITAL OUTPUT
(OPTICAL)

J

TAPE 2

IN

C
RS 232

VIDEO 3 VIDEO 4 VIDEO 5
DVD

IN

IN

1
IN

CD PHONO R L
IN

2
IN

DIGITAL INPUT
(OPTICAL)

12V TRIGGER
A B MAIN

IR IN
ZONE 2

A

3
IN

GND

R

L

VIDEO

S VIDEO

A

A

11

RDC-7

ASSEMBLING PROCEDURES
1. Attachment of door knob
When you replace the door knob assembly of lef side, cut the two knobs below.

3. Attachment of door
Put the cushions according to the center of rib.
Cushion

Rib

Cut

3. Attachment of holders
Apply the floil G-902S (Part No.260447) on the lever L and the lever R.

Inlay the door base to the door. Put the five cushions on the door base. Attach the stay L and stay R. Put the spacers on the stay L and the stay R.
Spacer 53 Cushion Door base Door

Floil
Stay L Cushion

Stay R

Lever L

Lever R

Spacer 53 : 2.6TTS+6B(BC)

4. Attachment of shaft assembly
Apply Floil on the groove of holders.
Groove Groove

Turn Gear A counter clockwise fully.

Attach the gear S as shown below.

Cross

Gear A Holder R Holder L

Hang the spring from the down side of lever. Attach the gear A to the holder R, and insert the shaft A to fix the gear A.
Holder L Gear A Holder R

3 2

Spring

Spring

4 1

Lever

Shaft A Lever

1. Insert the retainer S. 2. Turn the gear A clockwise fully. 3. Insert the headphone jack to the front panel 4. Attach the motor assembly. 5. Attach the part above on the front panel.

Insert the shaft to the shaft L and the shaft R.

Apply floil

2.6TTS+6B(BC) Retainer W Gear S

Shaft R
PC board ass'y PC board ass'y NAETC-6833 NAETC-6833

Shaft

Plastic rivet Plastic rivet

Shaft L

Turn the gear clockwise fully and insert the PC board ass'y (NAETC-6835) Fix the PC board ass'y by the plastic rivet.

12

RDC-7

Q8704 : XCS05XL-4VQ100C
Pin Descriptions

Pin No. 12, 25, 51 63, 75, 89 100 1, 11, 23, 38 49, 64, 77, 88

74

50

52

24

26

76

4 5 6

28

30

20

RDC-7

Pin Descriptions

Pin No.

30

36

2, 27, 54, 79

21, 48, 73, 99

80

72

73

21

RDC-7

Q728,Q768: MBM29LV002/004TC-910PTN (Flash memory)
BLOCK DIAGRAM
RY/BY Buffer DQ 0 to DQ7

RY/BY

VCC VSS

Erase Voltage Generator

Input/Output Buffers

WE
State Control

RESET

Command Register Program Voltage Generator Chip Enable Output Enable Logic STB Data Latch

CE OE

STB

Y-Decoder

Y-Gating

Low VCC Detector

Timer for Program/Erase

Address Latch

X-Decoder

Cell Matrix

A0 to A17

DESCRIPTION
Pin A0 to A17
18 A0 to A17 DQ 0 to DQ 7 8

Function Address Inputs Data Inputs/Outputs Chip Enable Output Enable Write Enable Ready/Busy Output Hardware Reset Pin/Temporary Sector Unprotection No Internal Connection Device Ground Device Power Supply

DQ0 to DQ7 CE OE
CE OE WE RESET RY/BY

WE RY/BY RESET N.C. VSS VCC

25

RDC-7

Q8701 : CC1536E (MASTER CLOCK MODULE)
256/384FSYP1:P

BITCLKx4

BITCLKx2

PHADJGND

BITCLK:2

128/192FSY

BITCLK:2

WDCLK:2

BITCLK

WDCLK

WDCLK

PHASEADJ

MCLKx2

MCLK

VCO CTL

256FSB

GNDD

P1:D

GNDA

KEY

64FS

32FS

05FS

2FS

1FS

1FS

FS4

+5V VCO 2 P1:B 1 P1:A

P1:O

P1:N

P1:P

128FSB

P1:H

WC INV

P1:M

P1:G

P1:K

P1:R

P1:Q

P1:L

18

17

16

15

14

13

12

11

10

P1:J

9

8

7

6

5

4

+5VD

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

1/10W

R2

R3

R1

R4

R8

1/10W

1.3k

1.3k

1.3k

220k

1.3k

+5VD

+5V VCO

1/10W

1/10W R5

I/O I/O IVCC I/O I/O(TMS) I/O I/O GND I/O I/O I/O(TDI)

C23 1uF 25V (1024/1536FSBUF) (512/736FSBUF) 16V .047uF C1 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 I/O I/O I/O I/O GND VCC I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O

R6

11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

1.3k

R7

1.3k

1.3k

1/10W

+5VD PROGTCK PROGTDO PROGTMS

23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33

I/O GND I/O I/O(TCK) I/O I/O VCC I/O I/O I/O(TDO) I/O

NOT ON PC BOARD

+5VD

I/O I/O I/O VCC INPUT/OE2(GCLK2) INPUT/GCLRn INPUT/OE1n INPUT/GCLK1 GND I/O I/O

44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34

DOWN UP+5VD 5050

EPM7064STC44-10 U1

VCOOUT

+5VD

PROGTDI 11VREGEN VCOREGEN

19

20

21

22

23

24

25

26

27

28

29

30

31

32

33

34

3

P1:C

P1:F

P1:E

P1:I

35

P1:AG

P1:AD

P1:AH

P1:AC

P1:AA

P1:AB

P1:AE

GNDD

FS0

FS1

FS2

WC IN

WC INN

O/E

+16VIN

LOCKOK

CLOCKON

FSXOUT

GNDA

PROTCK

PROGTMS

+11VOUT

PROGTDO

R10 DOWN 100k 1%

Q1 BSS84ZXC C26 .1uF 16V 5050 CR3 BAV99LT1 1

11VREGEN

464 1% 1/10W

U2 1 IN 5 OUT 2 GND 3 EN ADJ 4

+5V VCO R12

PROGTDI

+5VD

P1:AK

P1:AF

P1:AI

P1:W

P1:U

P1:S

P1:V

P1:X

P1:Y

P1:T

P1:Z

36

+5VD R23 3 1.37k 1% 1/10W CR3 BAV99LT1 R14 1 3 C13 0.022uF R16 3.92k 1% 1/10W 5 1 3 C14 0.22uF +11VOUT 4 C16 .1uF 16V VCO CTL R17 C25 5600pF 2.21k 1% C19 .1uF 16V CR4 3BBY421 1 2 C8 .047uF 16V C10 .01uF 18 1/2W VCC2 VCC1 C9 4.7uF 20% 16V 4 VREF 2 0.27uH 3 C15 .1uF 16V L1 TANK VEE1 U3 MC121480 VEE2 AGC OUT 6 R9 C11 .01uF Q3 BFT93 C17 4.7uF 20% 16V R18 C12 .01uF C18 .1uF 16V 1 7 22 1/8W VCOOUT 100 1% 1/8W GNDA

R13 19.1k 1% 1/10W

R11 +16VIN 1 UPR15 100k 1%

Q2 BSS138ZX

2

+5V VCO C7 4.7uF 20% 16V U5 C6 0.047uF 16V 1 2 IN OUT 5 464 1% 1/10W R20 +11VOUT R19 4.99k 1% 1/10W 4.99k 1% 1/10W C21 4.7uF 20% 16V C22 C20 R21 PHASEADJ 2

8

5

2

OPA237 GNDA

GND 4 3 EN ADJ MIC5205BM5

VCOREGEN 3.92k 1% 1/10W C24 0.047uF 20% 16V

1.0uF 0.01uF 20V

GNDA

R22

TP1

All resistors are thick film or metal film. All capacitor dilelectrics are X7R. All capacitor values are in microfarads, 50V, 10%. All resistor values are in ohms, 1/8W, 5%. NOTE: Unless otherwise specified.

29

RDC-7

WIRING VIEW

AC-3 RF

DIGITAL OUTPUT

DIGITAL INPUT
(COAXIAL)

DIGITAL OUTPUT

DIGITAL INPUT

S VIDEO
MONITOR VIDEO VIDEO VIDEO VIDEO VIDEO DVD ZONE2 1 2 3 4 5

VIDEO
MONITOR VIDEO VIDEO VIDEO VIDEO VIDEO DVD ZONE2 1 2 3 4 5 SUBWOOFER

PRE OUT
CENTER LEFT RIGHT P4711A 1 SUBWOOFER 2 ZONE 2 VIDEO1

U4

P2024 P2524

U18

U2 NAAF-6814
INPUT OUTPUT TERMINAL PC BOARD

NADG-6830
DSP CIRCUIT PC BOARD
P705
AC INLET

U14

NAAF-6862
P2011 P2011

XLR JACK PC BOARD(2)
J4722B

NAVD-6849
S VIDEO TERMINAL PC BOARD
P2523

VIDEO2 P3062B P3061B

U13

P2013 P2012

P704
T9002
White Brown White Yellow

NAVD-6848
VIDEO CIRCUIT PC BOARD

PRE OUT
SURROUND SURROUND SURROUND SURROUND BACK BACK RIGHT LEFT RIGHT LEFT

VIDEO 3 VIDEO 4 VIDEO 5 DVD

P772

P703 P2013 COMPONENT VIDEO
OUTPUT INPUT 3 INPUT 2 INPUT 1

P9011A

U19

U17 NAAF-6861
P2012

XLR JACK PC BOARD(1)

NAPS-6863
PRIMARY CIRCUIT PC BOARD
P9012

P702 P701

U15 NAVD-6850

COMPONENT VIDEO TERMINAL PC BOARD

JL2711B

J4723B

IR IN
ZONE 2 MAIN

RI

12V TRIGGER B A

U1

P4711B J4722A

FRONT

NAAF-6813
P8006A
JL9221B J8002B P7001A P7002A P7003A P7006A P7007A
JL2711A

SURROUND SURROUND BACK J4273A TAPE 1

INPUT/OUTPUT SELECTOR PC BOARD
J3015B

U16 NADG-6860
D/A CONVERTER PC BOARD
P9012A P8005A

JL9222B P7202A P7201B

P2513A

P2512A

P2511A

P8005

P8006

P3013B

P3012B

P3011B

TAPE 2

U10

NAAR-6837

P2012A

P2013A P3002A

P2011A P3001A

P3011B

CD PHONO

MAIN MICROPROCESSOR PC BOARD
P772A
P4004A P4003A P4002A P1201A P9312A P9212A

P4001A

J3015A

U3
MULTI CHANNEL INPUT

U22
TUNER UNIT
P7921A

AM ANT P7921B FM ANT

NAAF-6815
MULTI CHANNEL INPUT TERMINAL PC BOARD

JL8002 P9011A
Red Black Red Yellow Paple Yellow

RS232C

JL9221B JL9222B

White Brown Yellow

U8
JL7601B P7601B P7201A P7202A P7482A P7451A

P9312

U12
NAPS-6839
RECTIFIER CIRCUIT PC BOARD

U11

P9212 Q9202

Q9301 Q9322 D9301 Q9304 Q9303

White
P9007C

Blue Gray Blue

U6
NASW-6833
CONTROL SWITCH PC BOARD
R G R G R G R G R

DOOR MOTOR DRIVER PC BOARD
P7452A P7451B

NAETC-6835

NAPS-6838
CONSTANT VOLTAGE CIRCUIT PC BOARD

D9201

T9001
POWER TRANSFORMER
Brown Brown Orange Green Orange

G

P9311A

U20

POWER ON/OFF

NADIS-6832 U5 DISPLAY & SUB MICROPROCESSOR PC BOARD

P9211A

P7452B

NASW-6864
POWER SWITCH PC BOARD

U9
NAETC-6836
DOOR MOTOR PC BOARD

Phones

U7 NAETC-6834
32

HEADPHONE JACK PC BOARD

31

RDC-7

RDC-7

CHASSIS EXPLODED VIEW
P3005 110 P3005a 9 5 9 U22 9 5 92 U14 U13 12 9 85 27 19

The special screw (Ref.No.85) is included in the socket assembly. 9
98 3 21 22 P2525

9 P3006 9 21 22 U2 U12 101 87 12 U3 U1 U11 13 5 11 9 9 91 9 93 87 90 91

90

19 U15 U18

U4

90 P7201 90 63 47 61 59 56 58 69 53 57 74 60 18 80 79 62

18 18 23 P1201 U17 F9004 F9002 F9001 25 U19 7 23 P772 9 3 5 38 38 5 1 8 6 5 9 6 9 14 9 56 55 U10 14 9 U6 70 18 84 3

3

P7202

88 U8 70 18

U7 38 U5 18 U9 71 77 77 64 18 65 54 47 46 26 81 82 8 10 76 2 U16 44 T9001 42 44 9 44 45 81 48 26 77 26 77 66

68

86 9 46 81 9 49 95 53 9 72 52 9 96 51 9 72 9 20 104 53 83 103 53 67 83 50 97

9

72

4 4 42 44

43

16 17

39 38 39 40 9 39 40 9 102 37 9 9 40

41

U7

19

19 19 18 15 19 78

33

34

RDC-7

CHASSIS EXPLODED VIEW PARTS LIST
NOTE: 120V model only Asian model only for 120V Asian model only for 230V European model only 220V model only Japanese model only

NOTE: THE COMPONENTS IDENTIFIED BY MARK ARE CRITICAL FOR RISK OF FIRE AND ELECTRIC SHOCK. REPLACE ONLY WITH PART NUMBER SPECIFIED.
REF. NO. PART NO.
73 74 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 86 87 88 90 91 92 93 95 96 97 98 28141430 28191883A 28325748 28325746 28325751 27268016A 27130838 28325723A 27141755 28140860 27190926 28325754 28184776A 28141422 838240089 801599 28184772 28141441 27212194 27212195 27262646 27262647 28148439 27122714C 27122715A 27122726A 27122716A 29362591 29360778 29362686 29095880 25055959 252163 252074 252164 2047152512 2047261022 25060151 87643010 27262657 2047242512 2047242512 2044110142 253301HIT 253302HIT 253303HIT 2301456A 2301457A 2301458A 2301455A

REF. NO.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 25 26 27 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72

PART NO.
27100319-2 28170070 27255004 27190813 29110083 28141421 28141423 27130778 838430088 27115259-1 27160462-1 838430107 27190009 27190902 27130779E 27190938 27300833 82143006 838440089 27130832-1A 27130837-1 28141095 27190369 27190470 82143010 838430068 27170309 838130088 27175317 831430088 27130780-1 28170071 260208 830440089 28198903 28141432 28125375 28125376 28148435 28183002A 28183003A 834426068 27191094A 28335065A 27180577 27191095A 27141758A 27180579 28335066A 27301943 27260364 880011 27260363 27260365A 27260366A 27270218 27301942 27141759 27141752 24804045B 28141426

DESCRIPTION
Chassis Bushing CS-1, Clip KGPS-10RF, Holder Adhesive tape 16u t8*10*30, Cushion t16*20*30, Cushion Bracket P 3TTB+8B(BC), Self tapping screw Side bracket Heat sink S 3TTB+10S(BC), Self tapping screw KGLS-4S, Holder KGPS-16S, Holder Bracket Shield KGPS-8S, Holder WS-2NS, Clamp 3P+6FN(BC), Pan head screw 4TTB+8C(BC), Self tapping screw Bracket F Bracket U Cushion Holder KGLS-18S, Holder 3P+10FN(BC), Pan head screw 3TTB+6B(BC), Self tapping screw Bottom board TTB+8B(BC), Self tapping screw Leg 3TTW+8B(BC), Self tapping screw Bracket PT Bushing Wire tie 4TTC+8C(BC), Self tapping screw Facet t1.5*12*4, Cushion End cap, SL End cap, SR Door base Stay L Stay R 2.6TTS+6B(BC), Self tapping screw Holder L Lever L Spring Holder R Retainer SP Spring, door Lever R Gear A Shaft A NRP-355, Plastic rivet Shaft Shaft L Shaft R Spacer Gear Retainer W Retainer S Motor t1.5*25*5, Cushion

DESCRIPTION
Cushion Clear plate Knob AS(ST) Knob AS(SEL) Knob AS(POWER) Guide (VOL AS) Bracket, volume Knob, door Bracket, knob Cushion KGPS-18RF, Holder Knob (VOL)AS Top cover t12x15x30, Cushion 4TTB+8C(NI), Self tapping screw Special screw (HFC) Cover Cushion Front panel Front panel Plate L Plate L Door Rear panel Rear panel Rear panel Rear panel Label Label flash Label, door 0.515*900*900 Sheet, NPLG-1P912 Shorted plug 4A-UL/T-237, Fuse 2A-SE-EAK, Fuse 5A-UL/T-237, Fuse NCFC7-152512, Flexible flat cable NCFC7-261022, Flexible flat cable Ground terminal W3*10F(BC), Flat washer Shield plate NCFC7-242512, Flexible flat cable NCFC7-242512, Flexible flat cable NCFC4-110142, Flexible flat cable AS-UC-2, Power supply cord AS-CEE-3, Power supply cord AS-JA Power supply vord NPT-1392D, Power transformer NPT-1392P, Power transformer NPT-1392G, Power transformer NPT-1392J, Power transformer

REF. NO.
U1 U2 U3 U4 U5

PART NO.
1A871513-1F 1A871513-1G 1A871514-1F 1A871514-1G 1A871515-1F 1A871515-1G 1A871530-2 1A871532-1F 1A871532-1G 1A871532-1H 1A871532-1I 1A871533-1F 1A871533-1G 1A871533-1H 1A871533-1I 1A871534-1F 1A871534-1G 1A871534-1H 1A871534-1I 1A871535-1F 1A871535-1G 1A871535-1H 1A871535-1I 1A871536-1F 1A871536-1G 1A871536-1H 1A871536-1I 1A871537-1F 1A871537-1G 1A871537-1H 1A871538-1F 1A871538-1G 1A871538-1H 1A871539-1F 1A871539-1G 1A871539-1H 1A871548-1F 1A871548-1G 1A871549-1F 1A871549-1G 1A871550-1F 1A871550-1G 1A871560-2 1A871561-2F 1A871561-2G 1A871561-2H 1A871561-2I 1A871562-2F 1A871562-2G 1A871562-2H 1A871562-2I 1A871563-2F 1A871563-2G 1A871563-2H 1A871563-2I 1A871564-2F 1A871564-2G 1A871564-2H 1A871564-2I 240134 240135 240133

DESCRIPTION
NAAF-6813-1F, Input /output selector PC board ass'y board ass'y NAAF-6813-1G, Input /output selector PC board ass'y board ass'y NAAF-6814-1F, Input /output terminal PC board ass'y board ass'y NAAF-6814-1G, Input /output terminal PC board ass'y board ass'y NAAF-6815-1F, Multi channel input terminal PC board ass'y NAAF-6815-1G, Multi channel input terminal PC board ass'y NADG-6830-2, DSP circuit PC board ass'y NADIS-6832-1F, Display & Sub-microprocessor PC board ass'y NADIS-6832-1G, Display & Sub-microprocessor PC board ass'y NADIS-6832-1H, Display & Sub-microprocessor PC board ass'y NADIS-6832-1I, Display & Sub-microprocessor PC board ass'y NASW-6833-1F, Operation switch PC board ass'y NASW-6833-1G, Operation switch PC board ass'y NASW-6833-1H, Operation switch PC board ass'y NASW-6833-1I, Operation switch PC board ass'y NAETC-6834-1F, Headphone jack PC board ass'y NAETC-6834-1G, Headphone jack PC board ass'y NAETC-6834-1H, Headphone jack PC board ass'y NAETC-6834-1I, Headphone jack PC board ass'y NAETC-6835-1F, Door motor drive PC board ass'y NAETC-6835-1G, Door motor drive PC board ass'y NAETC-6835-1H, Door motor drive PC board ass'y NAETC-6835-1I, Door motor drive PC board ass'y NAETC-6836-1F, Door motor PC board ass'y NAETC-6836-1G, Door motor PC board ass'y NAETC-6836-1H, Door motor PC board ass'y NAETC-6836-1I, Door motor PC board ass'y NAAR-6837-1F, Main microprocessor PC board ass'y NAAR-6837-1G, Main microprocessor PC board ass'y NAAR-6837-1H, Main microprocessor PC board ass'y NAPS-6838-1F, Rectifier circuit PC board ass'y NAPS-6838-1G, Rectifier circuit PC board ass'y NAPS-6838-1H, Rectifier circuit PC board ass'y NAPS-6839-1F, Constant voltage circuit PC board ass'y NAPS-6839-1G, Constant voltage circuit PC board ass'y NAPS-6839-1H, Constant voltage circuit PC board ass'y NAVD-6848-1F, Video circuit PC board ass'y NAVD-6848-1G, Video circuit PC board ass'y NAVD-6849-1F, S Video terminal PC board ass'y NAVD-6849-1G, S Video terminal PC board ass'y NAVD-6850-1F, Component video terminal PC board ass'y NAVD-6850-1G, Component video terminal PC board ass'y NADG-6860-2, D/A Converter circuit PC board ass'y NAAF-6861-2F, XLR jack PC board ass'y (1) NAAF-6861-2G, XLR jack PC board ass'y (1) NAAF-6861-2H, XLR jack PC board ass'y (1) NAAF-6861-2I, XLR jack PC board ass'y (1) NAAF-6862-2F, XLR jack PC board ass'y (2) NAAF-6862-2G, XLR jack PC board ass'y (2) NAAF-6862-2H, XLR jack PC board ass'y (2) NAAF-6862-2I, XLR jack PC board ass'y (2) NAPS-6863-2F, Primary circuit PC board ass'y NAPS-6863-2G, Primary circuit PC board ass'y