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WAX2T
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SERVICE MANUAL
MODEL
COMMANDER DEST

WAX2T CHASSIS
MODEL
COMMANDER DEST

KDL-32S2510 KDL-40S2510 KDL-46S2510 KDL-32S2520 KDL-32S2530 KDL-40S2530 KDL-46S2530

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AEP

KDL-32S2510 KDL-40S2510 KDL-46S2510 KDL-32S2520 KDL-32S2530 KDL-40S2530 KDL-46S2530

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UK

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KDL-32S2510 / KDL-40S2510 / KDL-46S2510 / KDL-32S2520 KDL-32S2530 / KDL-40S2530 / KDL-46S2530

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Section Title Caution ................................................................ Specifications ...................................................... Connectors .......................................................... Self Diagnosis ..................................................... 1. GENERAL ................................................................... 2. DISASSEMBLY 2-1. Rear Cover Removal ........................................... 2-2. Stand Removal .................................................... 2-3. Vesa Bracket Removal ........................................ 2-4. AC Inlet Removal ............................................... 2-5. Speaker Removal ................................................ 2-6. AE and TUE Board Removal ............................. 2-7. B2H and FEE Board Removal ............................ 2-8. G1 or G2A Board Removal ................................ 2-9. H1E Board Removal ........................................... 2-10. H2E or H46E Board Removal ............................ 2-11. H3E Board Removal ........................................... 2-12. LCD Panel Removal ........................................... 3. SET-UP ADJUSTMENTS 3-1. How to enter Service Mode ............................... 3-2. Signal Level Adjustment .................................... 3-2-1. Set up of AD calibration1 adjustment for terrestrial analog ............................................... 3-2-2. Y signal calibration1 adjustment for terrestrial analog ............................................... 3-2-3. Set up of C signal calibration1 adjustment for terrestrial analog ............................................... 3-2-4. C signal calibration1 adjustment for terrestrial analog ............................................... 3-2-5. Set up of AD calibration1 adjustment for video ................................................................ 3-2-6. Y signal calibration1 adjustment for video ...... 3-2-7. Set up of C signal calibration1 adjustment for video ................................................................ 3-2-8. C signal calibration1 adjustment for video ...... 3-2-9. Set up of AD calibration2 adjustment for video ................................................................ 3-2-10. Y signal calibration2 adjustment for video .... 3-2-11. Set up of C signal calibration2 adjustment for video .............................................................. 3-2-12. C signal calibration2 adjustment for video .... 3-3. Gamma Adjustment ........................................... 3-3-1. Set up mode for Gamma Adjustment .............. 3-3-2. Set up Trident internal SG and brightness measurement .................................................... 3-4. White Balance Adjustment ................................. 3-4-1. Set up mode for White Balance Adjustment ... 3-4-2. White Balance of colour temperature "Cool" .. 3-4-3. White Balance of colour temperature "Neutral" 3-4-4. White Balance of colour temperature "Warm1" 3-4-5. White Balance of colour temperature "Warm2" 3-5. Panel Replacement ............................................. Page 3 4 6 7 8 Section Title Page 28 28 28 3-6. Board Replacement ............................................ 3-6-1. AE Board Replacement ................................... 3-6-2. B2H Board Replacement ................................. 4. DIAGRAMS 4-1. Block Diagrams(1) ............................................. Block Diagrams(2) ............................................. Block Diagrams(3) ............................................. Block Diagrams(4) ............................................. Block Diagrams(5) ............................................. 4-2. Circuit Board Location ........................................ 4-3. Schematic Diagrams and Printed Wiring Boards ................................................................. AE Board Schematic Diagram ............................ AE Printed Wiring Board ................................. B2H Board Schematic Diagram .......................... B2H Printed Wiring Board ................................ FEE Board Schematic Diagram .......................... FEE Printed Wiring Board ................................. G2A Board Schematic Diagram (40 and 46 inch only) .......................................... G2A Printed Wiring Board (40 and 46 inch only) ........................................ H1E Board Schematic Diagram .......................... H1E Printed Wiring Board ............................... H2E Board Schematic Diagram (32 and 40 inch only) .......................................... H2E Printed Wiring Board (32 and 40 inch only) ........................................ H3E Board Schematic Diagram .......................... H3E Printed Wiring Board ............................... H46E Board Schematic Diagram (46 inch only) ...................................................... H46E Printed Wiring Board (46 inch only) ...................................................... TUE Schematic Diagram .................................... TUE Printed Wiring Board ............................... 4-4. Semiconductors .................................................. 5. EXPLODED VIEWS 5-1. Chassis ................................................................ 5-2. Rear Cover, Stand and Vesa Bracket .................. 6. ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST ..................................
WARNING !! AN ISOLATION TRANSFORMER SHOULD BE USED DURING ANY SERVICE WORK TO AVOID POSSIBLE SHOCK HAZARD DUE TO LIVE CHASSIS, THE CHASSIS OF THIS RECEIVER IS DIRECTLY CONNECTED TO THE POWER LINE.

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SAFETY-RELATED COMPONENT WARNING !! COMPONENTS IDENTIFIED BY SHADING AND MARKED ON THE SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS, EXPLODED VIEWS AND IN THE PARTS LIST ARE CRITICAL FOR SAFE OPERATION. REPLACE THESE COMPONENTS WITH SONY PARTS WHOSE PART NUMBERS APPEAR AS SHOWN IN THIS MANUAL OR IN SUPPLEMENTS PUBLISHED BY SONY.

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CAUTION

Lead Free Soldered Boards
example 1

The circuit boards used in these models have been processed using Lead Free Solder. The boards are identified by the LF logo located close to the board designation e.g. F1, H1 etc [ see examples ]. The servicing of these boards requires special precautions to be taken as outlined below.

example 2

It is strongly recommended to use Lead Free Solder material in order to guarantee optimal quality of new solder joints. Lead Free Solder is available under the following part numbers :

Partnumber 7-640-005-19 7-640-005-20 7-640-005-21 7-640-005-22 7-640-005-23 7-640-005-24 7-640-005-25 7-640-005-26

Diameter 0.3mm 0.4mm 0.5mm 0.6mm 0.8mm 1.0mm 1.2mm 1.6mm

Remarks 0.25Kg 0.50Kg 0.50Kg 0.25Kg 1.00Kg 1.00Kg 1.00Kg 1.00Kg

Due to the higher melting point of Lead Free Solder the soldering iron tip temperature needs to be set to 370 degrees centigrade. This requires soldering equipment capable of accurate temperature control coupled with a good heat recovery characteristics. For more information on the use of Lead Free Solder, please refer to http://www.sony-training.com

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ITEM MODEL Television System Stereo System Channel Coverage VHF : E02-E12 UHF : E21-E69 CATV : S01-S20 HYPER : S21-S41 D/K : R1-R12, R21-R69 L : F2-F10, B-Q, F21-F69 I : UHF B21-B69 UHF : B21-B69 Color System PAL, SECAM NTSC 3.58/4.43 (VIDEO ONLY) MPEG-2 [email protected] PAL, SECAM NTSC 3.58/4.43 (VIDEO ONLY) MPEG-2 [email protected]

E

B/G/H, D/K, I, L,DVB-T

GERMAN/NICAM Stereo

U

I, DVB-T

NICAM Stereo

Projected Picture Size

LCD(Liquid Crystal Display) Panel Approx 80.1cm (32 inches) Approx 101.6cm (40 inches) Approx 116.9cm (46 inches)

Sound Output Right and Left speaker Sub-woofer General Specifications Power Requirements 220 - 240V Approx 125W/0.3W (32inch) Approx 180W/0.3W (40inch) Approx 220W/0.3W (46inch) 2 x 10W (RMS)

Input/Output Terminals [REAR] Inputs for Audio and Video signals. Inputs for RGB. Outputs of TV Video and Audio signals.

1: 21-pin Euro connector (CENELEC standard)

Power Consumption/ Standby

Dimensions Inputs for Audio and Video signals. Inputs for RGB. Outputs of Video and Audio signals (Selectable). SmartLink interface.

Approx 792x593x219mm (32inch with stand) Approx 792x546x99mm (32inch without stand) Approx 988x716x334mm (40inch with stand) Approx 988x664x103mm (40inch without stand) Approx 1120x805x334mm (46inch with stand) Approx 1120x755x116mm (46inch without stand)

2: 21-pin Euro connector (CENELEC standard)

Weight

Approx 17kg (32inch with stand) Approx 15kg (32inch without stand) Approx 27kg (40inch with stand) Approx 21kg (40inch without stand) Approx 34kg (46inch with stand) Approx 28kg (46inch without stand)

Phono Jacks

Output Connectors variable for Audio Signals.

Supplied Accessories

RM-ED008 Remote Commander (1) IEC designated R06 battery (2) Mains lead (1) Coaxial cable (1) Cable holder (1) Support belt (1) and screws (2)

HDMI Inputs PC Input CAM

HDMI Connectors. 15 Pin D-Sub Connector. Conditional Access Module Other Features

Wide viewing angle LCD Panel, Intergrated digital TV Tuner, Live colour creation, BBE digtal, Trusurround XT, 2 HDMI inputs, PC input.

Input/Output Terminals [SIDE] Headphone jack Stereo mini jack Audio input Phono jacks Video input Phono jack S Video input 4 pin mini DIN

Remote control system : Infrared control 3V dc 2 batteries IEC designation R06 (size AA)

Power requirements

Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.

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Model Name Item

KDL-32S2510 KDL-40S2510 KDL-46S2510 (AEP) OFF OFF ON OFF ON ON ON OFF ON ON ON OFF ON OFF OFF ON ON

KDL-32S2510 KDL-40S2510 KDL-46S2510 (UK) OFF OFF ON OFF ON ON ON OFF OFF ON OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF ON ON

KDL-32S2520 (AEP) OFF OFF ON OFF ON ON ON OFF ON ON ON OFF ON OFF OFF ON ON

KDL-32S2520 (UK) OFF OFF ON OFF ON ON ON OFF OFF ON OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF ON ON

KDL-32S2530 KDL-40S2530 KDL-46S2530 (AEP) OFF OFF ON OFF ON ON ON OFF ON ON ON OFF ON OFF OFF ON ON

KDL-32S2530 KDL-40S2530 KDL-46S2530 (UK) OFF OFF ON OFF ON ON ON OFF OFF ON OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF ON ON

PAP PAT RGB Priority Sub Woofer Scart 1 Scart 2 Front in (6) Projector Norm B/G Norm I Norm D/K Norm AUS Norm L Norm SAT Norm M Teletext Nicam Stereo

WARNING (UK Models only)
The flexible mains lead is supplied connected to a B.S. 1363 fused plug having a fuse of 13 AMP rating. Should the fuse need to be replaced, use a 13AMP FUSE approved by ASTA to BS 1362, ie one that carries the ASA mark. T
IF THE PLUG SUPPLIED WITH THIS APPLIANCE IS NOT SUITABLE FOR THE OUTLET SOCKETS IN YOUR HOME, IT SHOULD BE CUT OFF AND AN APPROPRIATE PLUG FITTED. THE PLUG SEVERED FROM THE MAINS LEAD MUST BE DESTROYED AS A PLUG WITH BARED WIRES IS DANGEROUS IF ENGAGED IN A LIVE SOCKET.

How to replace the fuse. Open the fuse compartment with a screwdriver blade and replace the fuse.
FUSE

When an alternative type of plug is used, it should be fitted with a 13 AMP FUSE, otherwise the circuit should be protected by a 13AMP FUSE at the distribution board.

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21 pin connector
Pin No 1 1 2 Signal Audio output B (right) Audio input B (right) Audio output A (left) Ground (audio) Ground (blue) Audio input A (left) Blue input Function select (AV control) Ground (green) AVlink Green Open Ground (red) Ground (blanking) _ _ Red input (S signal Chroma input) Blanking input (Ys signal) Ground (video output) Ground (video input) Video output Video input 20 1V +/- 3dB, 75ohms, positive sync 0.3V (-3+10dB) 1V +/- 3dB, 75ohms, positive sync 0.3V (-3+10dB) 1V +/- 3dB, 75ohms, positive sync 0.3V (-3+10dB) 0.7 +/- 3dB, 75 ohms, positive 0.3 +/- 3dB, 75 ohms, positive High state (1-3V) Low state (0-0.4V) Input impedence : 75 ohms Green signal : 0.7 +/- 3dB, 75 ohms, positive Standard level : 0.5V rms Output impedence : More than 10kohm* 0.7 +/- 3dB, 75 ohms positive High state (9.5-12V) : Part mode Low state (0-2V) : TV mode Input impedence : More than 10K ohms Input capacitance : Less than 2nF Signal level Standard level : 0.5V rms Output impedence : Less than 1kohm* Standard level : 0.5V rms Output impedence : More than 10kohm* Standard level : 0.5V rms Output impedence : Less than 1kohm*

2 3 4

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5 6 7 8

9 10 11 12 13 14

15

_

- -

16 17 18 19

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Video input Y (S signal) Common ground (plug, shield)

Connected

Not Connected (open)

* at 20Hz - 20kHz

Rear Connection Panel

Side Connection Panel

S-Video socket

S Video socket pin configuration Pin No 1 2 3 Signal Ground Ground Y (S signal) input Signal Level 1V+/- 3dB 75ohm, positive Sync. 0.3V -3 +10dB 0.3V+/- 3dB 75ohm, positive Sync.

4

C (S signal) input

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WAX2T SELF DIAGNOSTIC SOFTWARE

The identification of errors within the WAX2T chassis is triggered in one of two ways :- 1: Busy or 2: Device failure to respond to IIC. In the event of one of these situations arising the software will first try to release the bus if busy (Failure to do so will report with a continuous flashing LED) and then communicate with each device in turn to establish if a device is faulty. If a device is found to be faulty the relevant device number will be displayed through the LED (Series of flashes which must be counted).

Flash Timing Example : e.g. error number 3

StBy LED ON ON

OFF

OFF

LED Error Code
LED ERROR CODE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

ERROR DESCRIPTION UNREG33V Supply Voltage Trouble (DCALERT3) VD1.8, DE5V/6V Voltage Trouble (DCALERT2) UNREG10.5V, PANEL5V Voltage Trouble (DCALERT1) Backlight Trouble Main Supply Voltage Trouble Speaker Applied Voltage Trouble Monitor an Increase in Inside-Temperature (esp. on the panel side) Trident IC Trouble DTT Trouble (Communications / BS_CS_PROT)

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The operating instructions mentioned here are partial abstracts from the Operating Instruction Manual. The page numbers of the Operating Instruction Manual remain as in the manual.

1: Checking the accessories
3: Bundling the cables
Coaxial cable (supplied)

2: Connecting an aerial/ VCR

Remote RM-ED008 (1)

Connecting an aerial only

5: Selecting the language and country/ region
2 1

Size AA batteries (R6 type) (2)

Mains lead (Type C-6) (1)

Coaxial cable (1)

Cable holder (1)
Mains lead (supplied)

Connecting an aerial and VCR

Support belt (1) and screws (2)

2

SECTION 1 GENERAL

8
Mains lead (supplied) RF lead (not supplied) VCR

To insert batteries into the remote

4: Preventing the TV from toppling over
1 2

3,4 3,4
Connect the TV to your mains socket (220240V AC, 50Hz). Press 1 on the TV (top side).
When you switch on the TV for the first time, the Language menu appears on the screen. When the TV is in standby mode (the 1 (standby) indicator on the TV (front) is red), press "/1 on the remote to switch on the TV.

Notes

Scart lead (not supplied)

Observe the correct polarity when inserting batteries. Dispose of batteries in an environmentally friendly way. Certain regions may regulate disposal of the battery. Please consult your local authority. Do not use different types of batteries together or mix old and new batteries. Handle the remote with care. Do not drop or step on it, or spill liquid of any kind onto it. Do not place the remote in a location near a heat source, or in a place subject to direct sunlight, or in a damp room.

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Watching TV

Press F/f to select the language displayed on the menu screens, then press .

1

Before you start auto-tuning the TV, insert a pre-recorded tape into the VCR connected to the TV (page 4) and start play back.

The video channel will be located and stored on the TV during auto-tuning. If no VCR is connected to the TV, this procedure is not required. Go to step 2.

Watching TV
3 1

Press the number buttons or PROG +/- to select a TV channel.

2
.

Select "OK", then press

To select channel numbers 10 and above using the number buttons, enter the second and third digits within two seconds. To select a digital channel using the Digital Electronic Programme Guide (EPG), see page 15. In digital mode An information banner appears briefly. The following icons may be indicated on the banner.

4

Press F/f to select the country/region in which you will operate the TV, then press .

2

2 3

: Radio service : Scrambled/Subscription service : Multiple audio languages available : Subtitles available : Subtitles available for the hearing impaired : Recommended minimum age for current programme (from 4 to 18 years) : Parental Lock : Current programme is being recorded

The TV starts searching for all available digital channels, followed by all available analogue channels. This may take some time, please be patient and do not press any buttons on the TV or remote. If a message appears for you to confirm the aerial connections No digital or analogue channels were found. Check all the aerial connections and press to start auto-tuning again.

Additional operations
To
Turn off the TV temporarily (Standby mode)

9

3

Do this
Press "/1.

When the Programme Sorting menu appears on the screen, follow the steps of "Programme Sorting" (page 28).

If you do not wish to change the order in which the analogue channels are stored on the TV, go to step 4.

3

4

Press MENU to exit.

Turn on the TV from Standby mode without sound Turn off the TV completely Adjust the volume Mute the sound

Press %. Press 2 +/- to set the volume level. Press 1 on the TV (top side). Press 2 + (increase)/ - (decrease). Press %. Press again to restore.

If the country/region in which you want to use the TV does not appear in the list, select "-" instead of a country/region. The message confirming the TV start auto-tuning appears on the screen, then go to "6: Auto-tuning the TV".

The TV has now tuned in all the available channels.

6: Auto-tuning the TV
1
Press 1 on the TV (top side) to switch on the TV.
When the TV is in standby mode (the 1 (standby) indicator on the TV (front) is red), press "/1 on the remote to switch on the TV.

The TV will now search for and store all available TV channels.

Access the Programme index table (in analogue mode only)

Press . To select an analogue channel, press F/f, then press . To access the Input signal index table, see page 18.

2

Press DIGITAL to switch to digital mode or ANALOG to switch to analogue mode.
The channels available vary depending on the mode.

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Using the Tools menu

Checking the Digital Electronic Programme Guide (EPG) *

Viewing pictures from connected equipment
Options

Press TOOLS to display the following options when viewing pictures from connected equipment other than PC. Description
See page 26. See page 20. See page 22.

1
Switch on the connected equipment, then perform one of the following operation.
Picture Mode Sound Mode Power Saving

In digital mode, press to display the Digital Electronic Programme Guide (EPG).

2

Perform the desired operation, as shown in the following table.

Note

Digital Electronic Programme Guide (EPG)

Programme information will only be displayed if the TV station is transmitting it.

For equipment connected to the scart sockets using a fully-wired 21-pin scart lead Start playback on the connected equipment. The picture from the connected equipment appears on the screen. For an auto-tuned VCR (page 6) In analogue mode, press PROG +/-, or the number buttons, to select the video channel. For other connected equipment Press / repeatedly until the correct input symbol (see below) appears on the screen.

Auto Clock Set (in Allows you to switch to digital analogue mode only) mode and obtain the time. Sleep Timer i Volume See page 25.

* Please note that this function may not be available in some countries.

Adjusts the volume of the headphones.

To

Do this

Turn off the EPG

Press

.

Move through the EPG

Press F/f/G/g.

Watch a current programme

Press

while the current programme is selected.

Sort the programme information by category Category list

1 2

Press the blue button. Press F/f/G/g to select a category. The category name is displayed on the side.

AV1/ AV1, AV2/ AV2: Audio/video or RGB input signal through the scart socket / 1 or 2. appears only if an RGB source has been connected. AV3: Component input signal through the Y, PB/CB, PR/CR sockets / 3, and audio input signal through the L, R sockets / 3.

10
To
Access the Input signal index table

The categories available include: "Favourite": Contains all the channels that have been stored in the Favourite list (page 17). "All Categories": Contains all available channels. "News": Contains all news channels.

3

Press

.

The Digital Electronic Programme Guide (EPG) now only displays the current programmes from the category selected.

AV4/ AV5: Digital audio/video signal is input through the HDMI IN 4/5 socket. Audio input signal is analogue only if the equipment has been connected using the DVI and audio out socket.

Set a programme to be recorded Timer REC

1

2 3 4

Press F/f/G/g to select the future programme you want to record. Press . Press F/f to select "Timer REC". Press to set the TV and your VCR timers.

A symbol appears by that programme's information. The indicator on the TV (front) lights up. Notes

AV6/ AV6: Video input signal through the video socket 6, and audio input signal through the L (MONO), R audio sockets 6. appears only if the equipment is connected to the S video socket 6 instead of the video socket 6, and S video input signal is input through the S video socket 6.

Additional operations
Do this
Return to the normal Press DIGITAL or ANALOG. TV operation Press to access the Input signal index table. (Then, only in analogue mode, press g.) To select an input source, press F/f, then press .

You can set VCR timer recording on the TV only for Smartlink compatible VCRs. If your VCR is not Smartlink compatible, a message will be displayed to remind you to set your VCR timer. Once a recording has begun, you can switch the TV to standby mode, but do not switch off the TV completely or the recording may be cancelled. If an age restriction for programmes has been selected, a message asking for pin code will appear on the screen. For more details refer to "Parental Lock" on page 32.

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Using MENU Functions

Picture menu
You can select the options listed below on the Picture menu. To select options in "Settings", see "Navigating through menus" (page 19).

Navigating through menus

"MENU" allows you to enjoy various convenient features of this TV. You can easily select channels or external inputs with the remote. Also, settings for your TV can be changed easily using "MENU".

1

Press MENU to display the menu.

2,3
Target Inputs
Selects whether to apply settings made in the Picture menu to all inputs, or only to the input currently being watched. "All": Applies settings to all inputs. "Viewing Only": Applies settings only to the current input.

1

Press F/f to select an option. to confirm a selected option.

2 3
Picture Mode

Press

To exit the menu, press MENU.

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Reset Backlight Contrast Brightness Colour Hue

Menu

Description

Selects the picture mode. "Vivid": For enhanced picture contrast and sharpness. "Standard": For standard picture. Recommended for home entertainment. "Custom": Allows you to store your preferred settings. Resets all picture settings except "Picture Mode" to the factory settings. Adjusts the brightness of the backlight.
Tip
"Backlight" is not available when you set "Power Saving" to "High" (page 26).

Digital Favourites (only in areas with digital broadcasting)

Launches the Favourite list. For details about settings, see page 17.

Analogue (only in areas with digital broadcasting)

Returns to the last viewed analogue channel.

Digital (only in areas with digital broadcasting)

Returns to the last viewed digital channel.

Increases or decreases picture contrast. Brightens or darkens the picture. Increases or decreases colour intensity. Increases or decreases the green tones.
Tip
"Hue" can only be adjusted for an NTSC colour signal (e.g., U.S.A. video tapes).

Digital EPG (only in areas with digital broadcasting)

Launches the Digital Electronic Programme Guide (EPG). For details about settings, see page 15.

External Inputs

Selects equipment connected to your TV.

To watch the desired external input, select the input source, then press . To assign a label to an external input, see page 25.

Settings

Opens the Settings menu screen where most of advanced settings and adjustments are performed. Select a menu icon, select an option and make the desired change or adjustment using F/f/G/g. For details about settings, see page 20 to 32.

Colour Temperature

Adjusts the whiteness of the picture. "Cool": Gives the white colours a blue tint. "Neutral": Gives the white colours a neutral tint. "Warm1"/"Warm2": Gives the white colours a red tint. "Warm2" gives a redder tint than "Warm1".
Tip
"Warm1" and "Warm2" can only be selected when you set "Picture Mode" to "Custom".

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Sound menu

Screen menu
You can select the options listed below on the Screen menu. To select options in "Settings", see "Navigating through menus" (page 19).

You can select the options listed below on the Sound menu. To select options in "Settings", see "Navigating through menus" (page 19).

Target Inputs

Selects whether to apply settings made in the Sound menu to all inputs, or only to the input currently being watched. "All": Applies settings to all inputs. "Viewing Only": Applies settings only to the current input.

Target Inputs

Selects whether to apply settings made in the Screen menu to all inputs, or only to the input currently being watched. "All": Applies settings to all inputs. "Viewing Only": Applies settings only to the current input. For details about the screen format, see "To change the screen mode manually to suit the broadcast" (page 14). Automatically changes the screen format according to the broadcast signal. To keep your setting, select "Off".
Tips
Even if you have selected "On" or "Off" in "Auto Format", you can always modify the format of the screen by pressing repeatedly. "Auto Format" is available for PAL and SECAM signals only.

Sound Mode Auto Format

Selects the sound mode. "Dynamic": Enhances treble and bass. "Standard": For standard sound. Recommended for home entertainment. "Custom": Flat response. Also allows you to store your preferred settings.

Screen Format

12
4:3 Default Display Area Vertical Shift Vertical Size

Reset

Resets the sound settings except "Sound Mode", "Dual Sound" and "i Speaker Link" to the factory settings.

Treble

Adjusts higher-pitched sounds.

Bass

Adjusts lower-pitched sounds.

Balance

Emphasizes left or right speaker balance.

Selects the default screen mode for use with 4:3 broadcasts. "Smart": Displays conventional 4:3 broadcasts with an imitation wide screen effect. "4:3": Displays conventional 4:3 broadcasts in the correct proportions. "Off": Keeps the current "Screen Format" setting when the channel or input is changed.
Tip
This option is available only if "Auto Format" is set to "On".

Auto Volume

Keeps a constant volume level even when volume level gaps occur (e.g., adverts tend to be louder than programmes).

Volume Offset

Adjusts the volume level of the current input relative to other inputs, when "Target Inputs" is set to "Viewing Only".

Adjusts the screen area displaying the picture. "Normal": Displays the picture in the original size. "1"/"2": Enlarges the picture to hide the edge of the picture.

Surround

Selects the surround mode. "TruSurround XT": For surround sound (for stereo programmes only). "Simulated Stereo": Adds a surround-like effect to mono programs. "Off": For normal stereo or mono reception.

Horizontal Shift

Adjusts the horizontal position of the picture for each screen format. Adjusts the vertical position of the picture when the screen format is set to Smart (50 Hz), Zoom or 14:9. Adjusts the vertical size of the picture when the screen format is set to Smart, Zoom or 14:9.

BBE

Gives sound more impact by compensating for phase effects in speakers using the "BBE High Definition Sound System".

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Set-up menu

PC Settings menu
You can select the options listed below on the PC Settings menu. To select options in "Settings", see "Navigating through menus" (page 19).

You can select the options listed below on the Set-up menu. To select options in "Settings", see "Navigating through menus" (page 19).

Auto Start-up

Starts the "first time operation menu" to select the language and country/region, and tune in all available digital and analogue channels. Usually, you do not need to do this operation because the language and country/region will have been selected and channels already tuned when the TV was first installed (page 5, 6). However, this option allows you to repeat the process (e.g., to retune the TV after moving house, or to search for new channels that have been launched by broadcasters).

Screen Format

Selects a screen mode for displaying input from your PC. "Normal": Displays the picture in its original size. "Full1": Enlarges the picture to fill the display area, keeping its original horizontalto-vertical aspect ratio. "Full2": Enlarges the picture to fill the display area.

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Phase Pitch
6 when /

Language

Selects the language in which the menus are displayed.

Reset Auto Adjustment

Resets the PC settings except "Screen Format" and "Power Management" to the factory settings. Automatically adjusts the display position and phase of the picture when the TV receives an input signal from the connected PC.
Tip
Auto Adjustment may not work well with certain input signals. In such cases, manually adjust "Phase", "Pitch", "Horizontal Shift" and "Vertical Shift".

AV Preset

Assigns a name to any equipment connected to the side and rear sockets. The name will be displayed briefly on the screen when the equipment is selected. You can skip an input source that is not connected to any equipment. 1 Press F/f to select the desired input source, then press . 2 Press F/f to select the desired option below, then press .

Adjusts the phase when the screen flickers. Adjusts the pitch when the picture has unwanted vertical stripes.

Equipment labels: Uses one of the preset labels to assign a name to connected equipment. "Edit": Creates your own label. Follow steps 2 to 4 of "Programme Labels" (page 28). "Skip": Skips an input source that is not connected to any equipment when you press to select the input source. 6 sockets are both

Horizontal Shift Vertical Shift Power Management

Adjusts the horizontal position of the picture for each screen format. Adjusts the vertical position of the picture for each screen format. Switches the TV to standby mode if no signal is received for 30 seconds.

Auto S Video

Selects the input signal from S video sockets

connected.

Timer Settings

Sets the timer to turn on/off the TV.

Sleep Timer Sets a period of time after which the TV automatically switches itself into standby mode. When the Sleep Timer is activated, the (Timer) indicator on the TV (front) lights up in orange.

Tips

If you switch off the TV and switch it on again, "Sleep Timer" is reset to "Off". "TV will soon turn off by sleep timer." appears on the screen one minute before the TV switches to standby mode.

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Analogue Set-up menu (Analogue mode only)

Digital Set-up menu
You can change/set the digital settings using the Digital Set-up menu. Select "Digital Set-up" and press to display the following menus. To select options in "Settings", see "Navigating through menus" (page 19).

You can change/set the analogue settings using the Analogue Set-up menu. To select options in "Settings", see "Navigating through menus" (page 19).

1 Digit Direct

When "1 Digit Direct" is set to "On", you can select an analogue channel using one preset number button (0 - 9) on the remote.

Digital Tuning

Displays the "Digital Tuning" menu.

Note

When "1 Digit Direct" is set to "On", you cannot select channel numbers 10 and above entering two digits using the remote.

Auto Tuning

Tunes in all the available analogue channels. Usually you do not need to do this operation because the channels are already tuned when the TV was first installed (page 5, 6). However, this option allows you to repeat the process (e.g., to retune the TV after moving house, or to search for new channels that have been launched by broadcasters).

Digital Auto Tuning Tunes in all the available digital channels. Usually you do not need to do this operation because the channels are already tuned when the TV was first installed (page 6). However, this option allows you to repeat the process (e.g., to retune the TV after moving house, or to search for new channels that have been launched by broadcasters).

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Programme Sorting

Programme List Edit Removes any unwanted digital channels stored on the TV, and changes the order of the digital channels stored on the TV. 1 Press F/f to select the channel you want to remove or move to a new position. If you know the programme number (frequency)
Press the number buttons to enter the three-digit programme number of the broadcast you want.

Changes the order in which the analogue channels are stored on the TV. 1 Press F/f to select the channel you want to move to a new position, then press . 2 Press F/f to select the new position for your channel, then press .

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Programme Labels

Remove or change the order of the digital channels as follows: To remove the digital channel
Press . A message that confirms whether the selected digital channel is to be . deleted appears. Press G to select "Yes", then press Press g, then press F/f to select the new position for the channel and press G. Repeat the procedure in steps 1 and 2 to move other channels if required.

To change the order of the digital channels

Assigns a channel name of your choice up to five letters or numbers. The name will be displayed briefly on the screen when the channel is selected. (Names for channels are usually taken automatically from Text (if available).) 1 Press F/f to select the channel you want to name, then press . 2 Press F/f to select the desired letter or number ("_" for a blank space), then press g. If you input a wrong character

3

Press RETURN.

Press G/g to select the wrong character. Then, press F/f to select the correct character.

To delete all the characters

3 4

Select "Reset", then press . Repeat the procedure in step 2 until the name is complete. Select "OK", then press .

Digital Manual Tuning Tunes the digital channels manually. 1 Press the number button to select the channel number you want to manually tune, then press F/f to tune the channel. 2 When the available channels are found, press F/f to select the channel you want to store, then press . 3 Press F/f to select the programme number where you want to store the new channel, then press . Repeat the procedure above to tune other channels manually.

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Using Optional Equipment
To connect
PC D PC

Connecting to the TV (rear)
Do this
Connect to the PC / sockets. It is recommended to use a PC cable with ferrites.

Connecting optional equipment
Digital satellite receiver or DVD player E, F DVD player

You can connect a wide range of optional equipment to your TV. Connecting cables are not supplied.

Connecting to the TV (side)
Do this

To connect

Conditional Access To use Pay Per View services. Module (CAM) A For details, refer to the instruction manual supplied with your CAM. To use the CAM, remove the rubber cover from the CAM slot. Switch off the TV when inserting your CAM into the CAM slot. When you do not use the CAM, we recommend that you replace the cover on the CAM slot. Note Digital satellite receiver
CAM is not supported in all countries. Please check with your authorized dealer.

Connect to the HDMI IN 4 or 5 socket if the equipment has a HDMI socket. The digital video and audio signals are input from the equipment. If the equipment has a DVI socket, connect the DVI socket to the HDMI IN 4 socket through a DVI - HDMI adaptor interface (not supplied), and connect the equipment's audio out sockets to the audio in HDMI IN 4 sockets. Notes
The HDMI sockets only support the following video inputs: 480i, 480p, 576i, 576p, 720p and 1080i. To connect a PC, please use the PC socket. Be sure to use only an HDMI cable that bears the HDMI logo.

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Connect to the S video socket 6 or the video socket 6, and the audio sockets 6. To avoid picture noise, do not connect the camcorder to the video socket 6 and the S video socket 6 at the same time. If you connect mono equipment, connect to the L socket 6. Connect to the i socket to listen to sound from the TV on headphones. Decoder Continued

S VHS/Hi8/DVC camcorder B

DVD player with component output

DVD player with component output G Video game equipment, DVD player or decoder H

Connect to the component sockets and the audio sockets / 3. Connect to the scart socket / 1. When you connect the decoder, the scrambled signal from the TV tuner is output to the decoder, then the unscrambled signal is output from the decoder. DVD recorder or VCR that supports SmartLink I Hi-Fi audio equipment J Connect to the scart socket / 2. SmartLink is a direct link between the TV and a VCR/DVD recorder. Connect to the audio output sockets to listen to the sound from the TV on Hi-Fi audio equipment.

Headphones C

S VHS/Hi8/DVC camcorder

Headphones DVD recorder VCR Decoder Video game equipment DVD player Hi-Fi

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Additional Information
10 W + 10 W

Sound Output Supplied Accessories
Refer to "1: Checking the accessories" on page 4.

Optional Accessories

Specifications

Channel Coverage

Analogue:

Wall-Mount Bracket SU-WL51 (for KDL-46S2510/KDL-46S2530 KDL-40S2510/KDL-40S2530:) SU-WL31 (for KDL-32S2510/KDL-32S2520/ KDL-32S2530)

Display Unit

Design and specifications are subject to change without notice. PC Input Signal Reference Chart

Digital:

VHF: E2E12 UHF: E21E69 CATV: S1S20 HYPER: S21S41 D/K: R1R12, R21R69 L: F2F10, BQ, F21F69 I: UHF B21B69 VHF/UHF

Terminals Signals
VGA 640 720 SVGA 800 XGA 1024 1024 WXGA 1280 1280 1360


Horizontal (Pixel)
640 480 400 600 600 768 768 768 768 768 768 480

Vertical (Line)

Horizontal frequency (kHz)
31.5 37.5 31.5 37.9 46.9 48.4 56.5 60 47.4 47.8 47.7

Vertical Standard frequency (Hz)
60 75 70 60 75 60 70 75 60 60 60 VGA VESA VGA-T VESA Guidelines VESA VESA Guidelines VESA VESA VESA VESA VESA

800

1024

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Power Requirements: 220240 V AC, 50 Hz Screen Size: KDL-46S2510/KDL-46S2530: 46 inches (Approx. 116.9 cm measured diagonally) KDL-40S2510/KDL-40S2530: 40 inches (Approx. 101.6 cm measured diagonally) KDL-32S2510/KDL-32S2520/KDL-32S2530: 32 inches (Approx. 80.1 cm measured diagonally) Display Resolution: 1,366 dots (horizontal) 768 lines (vertical) Power Consumption: KDL-46S2510/KDL-46S2530: 220 W KDL-40S2510/KDL-40S2530: 180 W KDL-32S2510/KDL-32S2520/KDL-32S2530: 125 W Standby Power Consumption: 0.3 W Dimensions (w h d): KDL-46S2510/KDL-46S2530: Approx. 1,120 805 334 mm (with stand) Approx. 1,120 755 116 mm (without stand) KDL-40S2510/KDL-40S2530: Approx. 988 716 334 mm (with stand) Approx. 988 664 103 mm (without stand) KDL-32S2510/KDL-32S2520/KDL-32S2530: Approx. 792 593 219 mm (with stand) Approx. 792 546 99 mm (without stand) Mass: KDL-46S2510/KDL-46S2530: Approx. 34 kg (with stand) Approx. 28 kg (without stand) KDL-40S2510/KDL-40S2530: Approx. 27 kg (with stand) Approx. 21 kg (without stand) KDL-32S2510/KDL-32S2520/KDL-32S2530: Approx. 17 kg (with stand) Approx. 15 kg (without stand)

This TV's PC input does not support Sync on Green or Composite Sync. This TV's PC input does not support interlaced signals. This TV's PC input supports the boldfaced signals in the above chart with a 60 Hz vertical frequency. For the best picture quality, it is recommended to use signals with a 60 Hz vertical frequency from a personal computer. In plug and play, signals with a 60 Hz vertical frequency will be selected automatically.

Panel System

LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) Panel

TV System

Analogue:

Digital:

Depending on your country/region selection: B/G/H, D/K, L, I DVB-T

/ 1 21-pin Scart connector (CENELEC standard) including audio/video input, RGB input, and TV audio/video output. / 2 (SmartLink) 21-pin Scart connector (CENELEC standard) including audio/video input, RGB input, selectable audio/video output, and SmartLink interface. 3 Supported formats: 1080i, 720p, 576p, 576i, 480p, 480i Y: 1 Vp-p, 75 ohms, 0.3V negative sync PB/CB: 0.7 Vp-p, 75 ohms PR/CR: 0.7 Vp-p, 75 ohms 3 Audio input (phono jacks) 500 mVrms Impedance: 47 kilo ohms HDMI IN 4, 5 Video: 1080i, 720p, 576p, 576i, 480p, 480i Audio: Two channel linear PCM 32, 44.1 and 48 kHz, 16, 20 and 24 bits Analogue audio (phono jacks): 500 mVrms, Impedance 47 kilohms (HDMI IN 4 only) 6 S video input (4-pin mini DIN) 6 Video input (phono jack) 6 Audio input (phono jacks) Audio output (Left/Right) (phono jacks) PC PC Input (15 Dsub) (see page 37) G: 0.7 Vp-p, 75 ohms, non Sync on Green B: 0.7 Vp-p, 75 ohms, non Sync on Green R: 0.7 Vp-p, 75 ohms, non Sync on Green HD: 1-5 Vp-p VD: 1-5 Vp-p PC audio input (minijack) i Headphones jack CAM (Conditional Access Module) slot

Colour/Video System

Analogue:

Digital:

PAL, SECAM NTSC 3.58, 4.43 (only Video In) MPEG-2 [email protected]

Aerial

75 ohm external terminal for VHF/UHF

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Troubleshooting
Problem
No sound, but good picture Noisy sound

Sound
Cause/Remedy Press 2 +/ or % (Mute). Check that "Speaker" is set to "On" in the "Set-up" menu (page 26). See the "Picture noise" causes/remedies on page 38.

Check whether the 1 (standby) indicator is flashing in red.

When it is flashing The self-diagnosis function is activated. 1 Measure how long the 1 (standby) indicator flashes and stops flashing.

For example, the indicator flashes for two seconds, stops flashing for one second, and flashes for two seconds.

2 Problem
The desired channel cannot be selected Some channels are blank

Press 1 on the TV (top side) to switch it off, disconnect the mains lead, and inform your dealer or Sony service centre of how the indicator flashes (duration and interval). Cause/Remedy

Channels

When it is not flashing 1 Check the items in the tables below. 2 If the problem still persists, have your TV serviced by qualified service personnel.

Switch between digital and analogue mode and select the desired digital/ analogue channel.

Picture
Digital channel is not displayed

Scrambled/Subscription only channel. Subscribe to the Pay Per View service. Channel is used only for data (no picture or sound). Contact the broadcaster for transmission details. Contact a local installer to find out if digital transmissions are provided in your area. Upgrade to a higher gain aerial.

Problem

Cause/Remedy

No picture (screen is dark) and no sound

Check the aerial connection. Connect the TV to the mains, and press 1 on the TV (top side). If the 1 (standby) indicator lights up in red, press "/1.

No picture or no menu information from equipment connected to the scart connector

Check that the optional equipment is on and press / repeatedly until the correct input symbol is displayed on the screen. Check the connection between the optional equipment and the TV. Problem

General
Cause/Remedy Check if the "Sleep Timer" is activated, or confirm the "Duration" setting of "On Timer" (page 25). If no signal is received and no operation is performed in the TV mode for 10 minutes, the TV automatically switches to standby mode. Check if the "On Timer" is activated (page 26).
Some input sources cannot be selected The remote does not function

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Double images or ghosting

Check aerial/cable connections. Check the aerial location and direction.

The TV turns off automatically (the TV enters standby mode)

Only snow and noise appear on the screen

Check if the aerial is broken or bent. Check if the aerial has reached the end of its serviceable life (three to five years in normal use, one to two years at the seaside).

The TV turns on automatically

Distorted picture (dotted lines or stripes)

Select "AV Preset" in the "Set-up" menu and cancel "Skip" of the input source (page 25). Replace the batteries.

Keep the TV away from electrical noise sources such as cars, motorcycles, hair-dryers or optical equipment. When installing optional equipment, leave some space between the optional equipment and the TV. Make sure that the aerial is connected using the supplied coaxial cable. Keep the aerial cable away from other connecting cables.

Picture noise when viewing a TV channel

Select "Manual Programme Preset" in the "Analogue Set-up" menu and adjust "AFT" (Automatic Fine Tuning) to obtain better picture reception (page 29).

Some tiny black points and/or bright points on the screen

The picture of a display unit is composed of pixels. Tiny black points and/or bright points (pixels) on the screen do not indicate a malfunction.

No colour on programmes

Select "Reset" in the "Picture" menu to return to the factory settings (page 20).

No colour or irregular colour when viewing a signal from the Y, PB/CB, PR/CR jacks of 3

Check the connection of the Y, PB/CB, PR/CR jacks of 3. Make sure that the Y, PB/CB, PR/CR jacks of 3 are firmly seated in their respective sockets.

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SECTION 2 DISASSEMBLY
2-1. REAR COVER REMOVAL

Four screws Sixteen screws

Cover, rear

2-2. STAND REMOVAL

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2-3. VESA BRACKET REMOVAL

2-4. AC INLET REMOVAL

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2-5. SPEAKER REMOVAL

2-6. AE and TUE BOARD REMOVAL

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2-7. B2H and FEE BOARD REMOVAL

Six screws

Four screws

B2H board

FEE board

2-8. G1 or G2A BOARD REMOVAL

Four screws G1 board (32 inch only) G2A board (40/46 inch)

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2-9. H1E BOARD REMOVAL

2-10. H2E or H46E BOARD REMOVAL

1 H2E(32/40 inch) or H46E Board(46 inch only) Holder, Side Jack (L)

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2-11. H3E BOARD REMOVAL

2-12. LCD PANEL REMOVAL

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SECTION 3
3-1. How to enter Service Mode
Service adjustments to this model can be performed using the supplied remote Commander RM-ED008.

SET-UP ADJUSTMENTS 3-2. Signal Level Adjustment
3-2-1. Set up of AD calibration1 adjustment for terrestrial analog. The following adjustments are done via ECS.

1. 2.

Turn on the power to the TV set and enter into the stand-by mode. Press the following sequence of buttons on the Remote Commander.

1. Send ECS_ADJUST_LEVEL_SETTING_INIT command. 2. Ensure noise reduction NR=3 (High), GAMMA_EN=0, P4_CVD2_85=0. 3. Set the following registration items.

i+
(ON SCREEN DISPLAY)

5
(DIGIT 5)

+
(VOLUME +)

TV I/
(TV)

Screen Size TARGET_Y_RF(PAL) ADJ_COLOR_Y_ATT(PAL) ADJ_COLOR_PAL(PAL)

32" 165 128 3

40" 165 128 3

46" 165 128 3

3.

The following menu will then appear on the screen.

3-2-2. Y signal calibration1 adjustment for terrestrial analog. 1. Input PAL colour bar 75%Y, 75%C via terrestrial input.

4. 5. 6.

Move to the relevant command using the up or down arrow buttons on the remote commander. Press the right arrow button to enter into the required menu item. Press the `Menu' button on the remote commander to quit the Service Mode when all adjustments have been completed.

2. Send ECS_ADJUST_TCD3_CONT_RF command. 3. Read the value of S-REG:APL_LUMA via ECS. Confirming that the value is within spec of the table below.

Note : After carrying out the service adjustments, to prevent the customer accessing the `Service Menu' switch the TV set OFF and then ON.

AD-Adjust RF Spec Reference register name S-REG: APL_LUMA

Spec.

TARGET_Y_RF2

3-2-3. Set up of C signal calibration1 adjustment for terrestrial analog. 1. Input PAL colour bar 75%Y, 75%C via terrestrial input. 2. Send ECS_ADJUST_LEVEL_SETTING_INIT command. 3. Ensure noise reduction NR=3 (High), GAMMA_EN=0, P4_CVD2_85=0.

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3-2-4. C signal calibration1 adjustment for terrestrial analog. 1. 2. 3. 4. Send ECS_ADJUST_TCD3_HUE_RF command. Read S-REG: READ_BACK_B00 via ECS. (READ_AREA=0). Read S-REG: READ_BACK_B01 via ECS. (READ_AREA=6). Confirm that 8 bits of MSB of item number 2) and 3) are within spec of the table below.
Reference Item READ_BACK_B0*difference value Spec. 2

3-2-7. Set up of C signal calibration1 adjustment for video. 1. Input PAL colour bar 75%Y, 75%C via AV1 input. 2. Send ECS_ADJUST_LEVEL_SETTING_INIT command. 3. Ensure noise reduction NR=1 (Low), GAMMA_EN=0, P4_CVD2_85=0. 4. Set the following registration items.
Screen Size ADJ_COLOR_Y_ATT(PAL) ADJ_COLOR_PAL(PAL) 32" 128 3 40" 128 3 46" 128 3

5. Switch the TV set OFF and then ON again to retain adjustment values.

3-2-5. Set up of AD calibration1 adjustment for video. 1. Send ECS_ADJUST_LEVEL_SETTING_INIT command. 2. Ensure noise reduction NR=1 (Low), GAMMA_EN=0, P4_CVD2_85=0. 3. Set the following registration items. 1. 2. 3. 4.

3-2-8. C signal calibration1 adjustment for video. Send ECS_ADJUST_TCD3_HUE_V command. Read S-REG: READ_BACK_B00 via ECS. (READ_AREA=0). Read S-REG: READ_BACK_B01 via ECS. (READ_AREA=6). Confirm that 8 bits of MSB of item number 2) and 3) are within spec of the table below.

Screen Size TARGET_Y_RF(PAL) ADJ_COLOR_Y_ATT(PAL) ADJ_COLOR_PAL(PAL)

32" 165 128 3

40" 165 128 3

46" 165 128 3

Reference Item READ_BACK_B0*difference value

Spec. 2

5. Read S-REG: TCD3_SATURATION via ECS. 6. Switch the TV set OFF and then ON again to retain adjustment values. 3-2-9. Set up of AD calibration2 adjustment for video. 1. Send ECS_ADJUST_LEVEL_SETTING_INIT command. 2. Ensure noise reduction NR=1 (Low), GAMMA_EN=0, P4_CVD2_85=0. 3. Set the following registration items.

3-2-6. Y signal calibration1 adjustment for video. 1. Input PAL colour bar 75%Y, 75%C via AV1 input.

Screen Size

32" 165 128 2

40" 165 128 2

46" 165 128 2

2. Send ECS_ADJUST_TCD3_CONT_V command. 3. Read the value of S-REG:APL_LUMA via ECS. Confirming that the value is within spec of the table below.

TARGET_Y_V(SECAM) ADJ_COLOR_Y_ATT(SECAM) ADJ_COLOR_PAL(SECAM)

AD-Adjust Video Spec Reference register name

Spec.

3-2-10.
S-REG: APL_LUMA TARGET_Y_V2

Y signal calibration2 adjustment for video.

1. Input SECAM colour bar 75%Y, 75%C via AV1 input.

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2. Send ECS_ADJUST_TCD3_CONT_V command. 3. Read the value of S-REG:APL_LUMA via ECS. Confirming that the value is within spec of the table below.

3-3-2. Set up Trident internal SG and brightness measurement 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. Ensure TEST_PATTEN_ON=1. Ensure TEST_G_LEVEL=204. Measure brightness A. Ensure TEST_G_LEVEL=102. Measure brightness B. Set up G_GAMMA_OFST_01=brightness B/brightness A*10000. The result is written to G_GAMMA_OFST_01. Send Gamma_Tbl_Search_1 command. Ensure TEST_G_LEVEL=153. Measure brightness C. Set up G_GAMMA_OFST_02=brightness C/brightness A*10000. The result is written to G_GAMMA_OFST_02. Send Gamma_Tbl_Search_2 command. Save set up value in NVM in register G_GAM_IDX_OFST.

AD-Adjust Video Spec Reference register name S-REG: APL_LUMA

Spec.

TARGET_Y_V2

3-2-11. Set up of C signal calibration2 adjustment for video. 1. Input SECAM colour bar 75%Y, 75%C via AV1 input. 2. Send ECS_ADJUST_LEVEL_SETTING_INIT command. 3. Ensure noise reduction NR=1 (Low), GAMMA_EN=0, P4_CVD2_85=0. 4. Set the following registration items.

3-4. White Balance Adjustment
Screen Size ADJ_COLOR_Y_ATT(SECAM) ADJ_COLOR_PAL(SECAM) 32" 128 2 40" 128 2 46"

The following adjustments are done via ECS.
128

3-4-1. Set up mode for White Balance Adjustment
2

3-2-12. C signal calibration2 adjustment for video. 1. 2. 3. 4. Send ECS_ADJUST_TCD3_HUE_V command. Read S-REG: READ_BACK_B00 via ECS. (READ_AREA=0). Read S-REG: READ_BACK_B01 via ECS. (READ_AREA=6). Confirm that 8 bits of MSB of item number 2) and 3) are within spec of the table below.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Send ECS_ADJUST_LEVEL_SETTING_INIT command. Ensure COL_MATRIX_INDEX=15. Ensure DYNAMIC_EN=0. Ensure U_BRT_OFFSET=128. Ensure P1_D_P_26=0. Ensure P1_D_P_28=0.

3-4-2. White Balance of Colour Temperature "Cool" 1. Set up COLOR_TEMP=0. 2. Set up R_GAMMA_OFST_01=128. 3. R_GAMMA_OFST_02=128 R_GAMMA_OFST_03=128 R_GAMMA_OFST_04=128 R_GAMMA_OFST_05=128 R_GAMMA_OFST_06=128 R_GAMMA_OFST_07=128 B_GAMMA_OFST_01=128 B_GAMMA_OFST_02=128 B_GAMMA_OFST_03=128 B_GAMMA_OFST_04=128 B_GAMMA_OFST_05=128 B_GAMMA_OFST_06=128 B_GAMMA_OFST_07=128 4. Set up "Wait". 5. Set up TEST_R_LEVEL=204. 6. Set up TEST_G_LEVEL=204. 7. Set up TEST_B_LEVEL=204. 8. Adjust R_GAMMA_OFST_05 and B_GAMMA_OFST_05 chroma values so that they are within tolerance in the table below.
X 32" 40" 46" 0.2733 0.2702 0.2738 Y 0.2792 0.2675 0.2679 Tolerance 0.5JND 0.5JND 0.5JND

Reference Item READ_BACK_B0*difference value

Spec. 2

5. Read S-REG: TCD3_SATURATION via ECS. 6. Switch the TV set OFF and then ON again to retain adjustment values.

3-3. Gamma Adjustment
The following adjustments are done via ECS. Note: Before Gamma adjustment can begin the set needs 1 hour aging. 3-3-1. Set up mode for Gamma Adjustment 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Send ECS_ADJUST_LEVEL_SETTING_INIT command. Ensure COL_MATRIX_INDEX=15. Ensure G_GAMMA_IDX_OFST=15. Ensure DYNAMIC_EN=0. Ensure U_BRT_OFFSET=128. Ensure P1_D_P_26=0. Ensure P1_D_P_28=0.

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9. 10. 11. 12.

Set up TEST_R_LEVEL=153. Set up TEST_G_LEVEL=153. Set up TEST_B_LEVEL=153. Adjust R_GAMMA_OFST_04 and B_GAMMA_OFST_04 chroma values so that they are within tolerance in the table below.
X 32" 40" 46" 0.2733 0.2702 0.2738 Y 0.2792 0.2675 0.2679 Tolerance 0.7JND 0.7JND 0.7JND

b). Adjustment value of R_GAMMA_OFST_05=<128.



R_GAMMA_OFST_06 = R_GAMMA_OFST_07 =R_GAMMA_OFST_04. c). Adjustment value of B_GAMMA_OFST_05=<180.



B(R)_GAMMA_OFST_06 = B(R)_GAMMA_OFST_07 =B(R)_GAMMA_OFST_05.

26. Send WB_SAVE command. 3-4-3. White Balance of Colour Temperature "Neutral" 1. Set up initial White Balance condition. 2. Set up COLOR_TEMP=1. 3. Set up TEST_R_LEVEL 204, TEST_G_LEVEL=204 and TEST_B_LEVEL=204 and adjust R_DRIVE and B_DRIVE values to within the spec of the table below.
X 32" 40" 0.2827 0.2840 0.2865 Y 0.2920 0.2826 0.2845 Spec. 0.0014 0.0014 0.0014

13. 14. 15. 16.

Set up TEST_R_LEVEL=102. Set up TEST_G_LEVEL=102. Set up TEST_B_LEVEL=102. Adjust R_GAMMA_OFST_03 and B_GAMMA_OFST_03 chroma values so that they are within tolerance in the table below.
X 32" 40" 46" 0.2733 0.2702 0.2738 Y 0.2792 0.2675 0.2679 Tolerance 1JND 1JND 1JND

17. 18. 19. 20.

Set up TEST_R_LEVEL=76. Set up TEST_G_LEVEL=76. Set up TEST_B_LEVEL=76. Adjust R_GAMMA_OFST_02 and B_GAMMA_OFST_02 chroma values so that they are within tolerance in the table below.
X 32" 40" 46" 0.2733 0.2702 0.2738 Y 0.2792 0.2675 0.2679 Tolerance

46"

4. Set up TEST_R_LEVEL=51, TEST_G_LEVEL=51 and TEST_B_LEVEL=51 and adjust R_BKG and B_BKG values to within the spec of the table below.
X Y 0.2920 0.2826 0.2845 Spec. 0.0028 0.0028 0.0028

1JND 32" 1JND 40" 1JND 46" 0.2865 0.2840 0.2827

21. 22. 23. 24.

Set up TEST_R_LEVEL=51. Set up TEST_G_LEVEL=51. Set up TEST_B_LEVEL=51. Adjust R_GAMMA_OFST_01 and B_GAMMA_OFST_01 chroma values so that they are within tolerance in the table below.
X 32" 40" 46" 0.2733 0.2702 0.2738 Y 0.2792 0.2675 0.2679 Tolerance 1JND 1JND 1JND

5. Continue tracking the values of items 3) and 4) until they are all within spec. 6. Send COLOR_SAVE command.

3-4-4. White Balance of Colour Temperature "Warm 1" 1. Set up initial White Balance condition. 2. Set up COLOR_TEMP=2. 3. Set up TEST_R_LEVEL 204, TEST_G_LEVEL=204 and TEST_B_LEVEL=204 and adjust R_DRIVE and B_DRIVE values to within the specof the table below.
X 32" 0.2961 0.2955 0.2963 Y 0.3096 0.2999 0.2972 Spec. 0.0014 0.0014 0.0014

25. The values of R_GAMMA_OFST_06 and 07 and B_GAMMA_OFST_06, and 07 are determined by the following conditions. a). Adjustment value of B_GAMMA_OFST_05>180 and Adjustment value of R_GAMMA_OFST_05>128.
40" 46"



B(R)_GAMMA_OFST_06 = B(R)_GAMMA_OFST_05 {B(R)_GAMMA_OFST_05 - B(R)_GAMMA_OFST_04} / 2. B(R)_GAMMA_OFST_07 = 128. - 27 -

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4. Set up TEST_R_LEVEL=51, TEST_G_LEVEL=51 and TEST_B_LEVEL=51 and adjust R_BKG and B_BKG values to within the spec of the table below.
X 32" 40" 46" 0.2961 0.2955 0.2963 Y 0.3096 0.2999 0.2972 Spec. 0.0028 0.0028 0.0028

3-5. Panel Replacement
When replacing the panel please reset the gamma and white balance before performing W/B (See page 26, 3-4) for new panel.

3-6. Board Replacement
3-6-1. AE Board Replacement When replacing the `AE' board please readjust the AD (See page 24, 3-2) and readjust the W/B (See page 26, 3-4). 3-6-2. B2H Board Replacement When replacing the `B2H' board please readjust the AD (See page 24, 3-2) and readjust the W/B (See page 26, 3-4). Note : In the event of a `B2H' board being re-used in service, please ensure that the Serial number is cleared in the NVM.

5. Continue tracking the values of items 3) and 4) until they are all within spec. 6. Send COLOR_SAVE command.

3-4-5. White Balance of Colour Temperature "Warm 2" 1. Set up initial White Balance condition. 2. Set up COLOR_TEMP=3. 3. Set up TEST_R_LEVEL 204, TEST_G_LEVEL=204 and TEST_B_LEVEL=204 and adjust R_DRIVE and B_DRIVE values to within the spec of the table below.
X 32" 40" 46" 0.3083 0.3146 0.3092 Y 0.3244 0.3190 0.3127 Spec. 0.0014 0.0014 0.0014

4. Set up TEST_R_LEVEL=51, TEST_G_LEVEL=51 and TEST_B_LEVEL=51 and adjust R_BKG and B_BKG values to within the spec of the table below.
X 32" 40" 46" 0.3083 0.3146 0.3092 Y 0.3244 0.3190 0.3127 Spec. 0.0028 0.0028 0.0028

5. Continue tracking the values of items 3) and 4) until they are all within spec. 6. Send COLOR_SAVE command.

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4-1. BLOCK DIAGRAMS (1)

TO AE BOARD CN9501

CN4000 Y1/G1 CB1/B1 CR1/R1 FB_1 FB_2 SEL2_Y/CV SEL2_C Y2/G2 CB2/B2 CR2/R2 L3-1/MODE_1 Y3 CB3 CR3 L3-2/MODE_2 V_DET M_HSYNC HP_DET REC_MUTE SDA_B_5V SCL_B_5V

49 47 45 43 36 28 26 42 40 38 44 34 32 30 37 25 24 12 20 23 22

D1_IN_Y D1_IN_CB D1_IN_CR D1_IN_SW/FB D2_IN_SW/FB Y/CV,C D2_IN_Y D2_IN_CB D2_IN_CR D1_IN_L3 D3_IN_Y D3_IN_CB D3_IN_CR D2_IN_L3

Q5001 BUFFER

IC5000(1/2) VIDEO PROCESSOR Q5000 BUFFER Y/CV C CVBS4 C4 Y_G3 PB_B3 PR_B3 FS_1 Y_G1 PB_B1 PR_B1 FS2 Y/G2 PB_B2 PR_R2 FB1 FB2 D1_IN_Y D1_IN_CB D1_IN_CR D1_IN_SW/FB D2_IN_SW/FB ICD0 ICD1 ICD2 ICD3 ICS0 ICS1 ICS2 ICLK IBREAK TRSTX 9 8 7 6 12 11 10 14 5 2 4 3 1

IC4007 TEMP SENSOR 1 SDA 2 SCL 138 161 139 123 119 118

IC4003(1/2) CPU 89-92 86-88 93-95 128 158 ICD0-3 ICS0-2 ICLK,IBREAK,TRSTX V_BLK RESET_TR 4 3 3

STBY3.3V VS RESET

CN4003 ICD0 ICD1 ICD2 ICD3 ICS0 ICS1 ICS2 ICLK BREAK XTRST XINIT XTRST UVCC

Q4000 LEVEL SHIFT SCL_B_5V SDA_B_5V

SDA_DEVICE SCL_DEVICE

CN4400 Q4001 61 140 112 101 155 26 62 PC_R PC_G PC_B AIN_HS AIN_VS IC5202 BUS SW AD0-7 19 IC5201 BUS SW 3 4 2 5 17 16 18 15 19 IC5203 29 131 107 105 106 85 D3.3V 1 2 4 WR# RD# ALE MCU _CSN 8 AD PC_R PC_G PC_B PC_H PC_V 5 3 PC J4400 PS4400 Q4400,4401 BUFFER

TO FEE BOARD CN3400

SP_SD_MUTE SP_MUTE LINE_MUTE AU_OPT_OUT_MUTE HP_MUTE AU_PROT RESET_AUDIO AC_OFF_DET_AU PC_IN_L PC_IN_R DVI_L DVI_R HDMI_L HDMI_R CN4700 M_RST TV_REC_ON RESET AC_DET U2_TX(NC) U_ACT U_CE U_CLK U_DOUT U_DIN SPI_STATUS

14 15 18 17 13 21 16 19 3 1 7 5 11 9 1 2 3 5 7 9 13 15 17 19 11

IC4401 10 4 13 1

IC4400 NVM 6 SCL 5 SDA 7 WC

4-11 AD0-AD7 IC4009 FLASH ROM A1-A20 D16-D23 68 INTX 18 CS0X 15 16 20 18 A DQ

8 TRIDENT BUS 8 AD0-AD7

Q4002

Q5801,5802 BUFFER

28 DQ OE# 12 11 RST WE# 26

1
DTT_RST POWER2 MIPS_RST_IN SI_OFF DTTLOG DTT_BUS_CS DTT_BUS_INT DTT_BUS_SCK DTT_BUS_MISI DTT_BUS_MISO DTT_BUS_ST

FROM 2/2

IC5204 150 108 84 30 19 ALE_PX CS_PX 1 6

TO PANEL UNIT TO G2A BOARD CN6202

CN4501 DIMMER BACKLIGHT PANEL_DET POWER5(NC) POWER_ON AC_OFF_DET

1 2 3 4 6 5

Q4505,4506 INV.

PANEL_FAIL POWER5 POWER1

149 112 81 111 32 J5800

NC

CN4004 RES MD0 TRI-SDA TRI-SCL DTTLOG(NC) BINT RXD TXD VIN CN4300 TU_I2C_SCL TU_I2C_SDA TV_AFT GR_RESET TV_DEM_SEL

4 6 9 10 13 15 3,16 2,17 5,14

INV.

Q4005

INV.

Q4004

71 SDA SCL MD MA DQS DQM MD0-31 MA0-11 DQS0-7 DQM0-7 CKE,WE#,CS#,RAS# CAS#,BA0,BA1 MVREF MCLK0 MCLK0# 32 12 8 8 7 VREF CK CK IC5500 DDR SDRAM DQ A DQS DM CN4007 3 6 5 7 4 REC/RESERVE PWR/RESERVE ON_TIMER PIC_MUTE_LED STBY_LED 3 6 5 7 4 TO H4E BOARD CN351

151 99 100 STBY3.3V

TO TUE BOARD CN3903

2 4 6 8 10

AFT AGC TUNER_SW PWR2 PWR3 PWR4

TO G2A BOARD CN6200

CN4002 REG18V UNREG33V UNREG10.5V STBY3.3V

1,2 4 7,8 10

DC_DET REG17.5V UNREG33V UNREG10.5V A9V PC_AU_9V STBY3.3V Q4500 1.8VCC POWER2 F4501 IC4501 REG D4510 IC4504 REG FL5201 FL5800 FL5500 FL5501 D3.3V VDDH D3.3V_2 HDMI_33A VDDMQ0 VDDMQ VDDQ

116 117 77 23 60 108 109 110

122 152 159 164 31 80 156 129 130 76

REC_R_LED POWER/RESERVE_LED ON_TIMER_LED PIC_MUTE_LED STBY_LED SENSOR_DET SIRCS CH_IRQ POWER_KEY KEY IC4006 EEPROM

MVREF MCK0 MCK0# Q4003 STBY3.3V

115 114 113

8 5 SDA_A 6 SCL_A 7 NVM_WP

8 IC4008 6 11 1,2 13 D3.3V STBY3.3V 9 10 2

BL_IN D3_3 SIRCS STBY3.3V

8 9 10 2

IC4004 RESET Q4006

IC4000 9V REG IC4005 1.8V REG

IC4502 REG

D4512

VD1-8 VL1-8 VA1-8

CN4006 2 3 POWER_INT KEY1 2 3 TO H1E BOARD CN101

CN4500 TO AE BOARD CN9502 A9V D5V D3.3V CN4302 TO TUE BOARD CN3802 17.5V 6V 10.5V 33V 3 9,10 5,6 1 REG17.5V 6.2V UNREG10.5V UNREG33V Q4301 INV1 POWER3 POWER4 1 3 4 A9V D5V D3.3V F4500 IC4500 DC-DC CTRL 22,26 23 VCC OUT2H 25 OUT1 13 20 INV2 12 17 OUT2L 2 Q4502 PANEL_VCC Q4501 6.2V

B2H(1/2)
(MAIN MICRO PROCESSOR & VIDEO PROCESSOR)

FL5801 Q4503

HDMI 5V

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4-1. BLOCK DIAGRAMS (2)

HDMI 1

CN5800 D0+ D0D1+ D1D2+ D2CLK+ CLKDDCCLK DDCDAT HPD DDC+5V

IC5806 HDMI I/F 7 9 4 6 1 3 10 12 15 16 19 18 31 30 34 33 40 39 28 27 ADT0P ADT0N ADT1P ADT1N ADT2P ADT2N ACKP ACKN YDT0P YDT0N YDT1P YDT1N YDT2P YDT2N YCKP YCKN 20 21 16 17 13 14 23 24 TMDS_RX0 TMDS_RX1 TMDS_RX2 TMDS_CLK RX0+ RX0RX1+ RX1RX2+ RX2RXC+ RXC-

IC5000(2/2) TA1M TA1P TB1M TB1P TC1M TC1P TCLK1M TCLK1P TD1M TD1P 30 28 26 24 22 20 18 16 14 12

CN5000 RARA+ RBRB+ RCRC+ RCLKRCLK+ RDRD+

IC5801 EDIT NVM 5 SDA 6 SCL 7 WP

Q5803 2 3 LEVEL SHIFT 6 7 5 5 2 3 1 12 13

IC5805 MULTIPLEXER 14 4 15 PLG_DET DCC_SDA DCC_SCL PWR5V DSDA DSCL

Q5807 Q5812

Q5811 9,10,11 36 SEL

INTN

TO LCD PANEL

HDMI 2

CN5801 D0+ D0D1+ D1D2+ D2CLK+ CLKDDCCLK DDCDAT HPD DDC+5V

HDMI 3.3V 7 9 4 6 1 3 10 12 15 16 19 18

Q5810

4 3 7 6 10 9 46 45 D5816 Q5815 IC5802 EDIT NVM 5 SDA 6 SCL 7 WP Q5804 2 3 LEVEL SHIFT 6 7 5 Q5816 Q5814 Q5817

BDT0P BDT0N BDT1P BDT1N BDT2P BDT2N BCKP BCKN

25

Q5818

MDMI_SDO MDMI_SCK MDMI_WS MDMI_MCLK

SDO SCK WS AUDIOCLK

XTALI XTALO

X5000 28.322MHz

IC4003(2/2) CPU 21 165 25 DCC DCC1_DCC2 DCC_LUT IC4002 CLOCK GEN X4000 7 32.768kHz SDA 3 6 SCL 1 2 INT1 5 INT2 DC_ALERT2 DC_ALERT3 DC_ALERT1 Q4563,4564 SWITCH Q4565 D4560

PANEL5V

INPUT_SEL Q5819 INPUT_CE HDMI_HPG_DET1

17 20 134

2 3 5 13 15 6 1 4

VIN

DCC DCC1_DCC2 DCC_LUT

D5817 Q5808 Q5813

HDMI 3.3V TO 1/2

HDMI_HPG_DET2 WRT_PRT Q5809 IC5800 HDMI DAC 8 DIN AOUTL 5 BCLK AOUTR LRCK MCLK Q5800,5805,5806 MUTE CTRL Q5803 MUTE Q5804 MUTE

157 102

121 120 133 142 153

1

HDMI_L HDMI_R

1 2 3 4

MDMI_SDO MDMI_SCK MDMI_WS MDMI_MCLK

+6.2V UNREG10.5V STBY3.3V INV INV INV D3.3V VDDMQ0 VD1_8

154 163

D4561,Q4560 D4562,Q4561

B2H(2/2)
(MAIN MICRO PROCESSOR & VIDEO PROCESSOR)

D4563,Q4562

(32 & 40 inch only)
CN201 11 13 V2 IN C V2 IN Y

3 1

4 2

5

V2 IN SSW

CN101 2

POWER IN

SWITCH S106 POWER
15 V2 IN V V2 IN AU L V2 IN AU R

J201 V L R TO AE BOARD CN9001

TO B2H BOARD CN4006 3

S101 KEY 1 S102 S103 S104 S105 S107

SWITCHES HOME MENU WEGAGATE INPUT SEL VOL+ VOLCH+ CH-

9 7

8 1 3

AU IN GND HP_DET AU IN GND HP OUT AU L HP OUT AU R J202 HEADPHONES

SWITCH PANEL

2 4

AV I/O

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4-1. BLOCK DIAGRAMS (3)

VDCLK IC3200 DDR SDRAM DQ(0) RADD14 RADD13 RADD12 RADD11 RADD10 RADD9 RADD8 RADD7 RADD6 RADD5 RADD4 RADD3 RADD2 RADD1 RADD0 NREB NCLE NALE AOI-DAT
M1 N1 K1 N3 T2 M3 L3 M4 G4 J2 H2 F1 E3 E1 D3

VCLK VDO(7) VDO(6) VDO(5) VDO(4) VDO(3) VDO(2) VDO(1) VDO(0) M-RST

CN3400 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 TO B2H BOARD CN4700

VDO(7) DIGITAL MICROPROCESSOR VDO(6) VDO(5) VDO(4) VDO(3) VDO(2) VDO(1) VDO(0) nBOARD RST

IC3100 DQ(15) DQ(14) DQ(13) DQ(12) DQ(11) DQ(10) DQ(9) DQ(8) DQ(7) DQ(6) DQ(5) DQ(4) DQ(3) DQ(2) DQ(1) DQ(0) DADD(12) DADD(11) DADD(10) DADD(9) DADD(8) DADD(7) DADD(6) DADD(5) DADD(4) DADD(3) DADD(2) DADD(1) DADD(0) DBA1 DBA0 DQM1 DQS1 DQM0