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Service SR7010 /U1B/N1B/N1SG

/FN/K1B

Manual AV SURROUND RECEIVER

• For purposes of improvement, specifications and design are subject to change without notice.

• Please use this service manual with referring to the operating instructions without fail.

• Some illustrations using in this service manual are slightly different from the actual set.

Ver. 4
SR7010 Please refer to the
MODIFICATION NOTICE.

Copyright 2016 D&M Holdings Inc. All rights reserved.


WARNING: Violators will be prosecuted to the maximum extent possible.
S1304V04DM/DG1607

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Contents

ABOUT THIS MANUAL.................................................................3 Audio Check PASS ..................................................................116


What you can do with this manual............................................3 CLOCK FLOW & WAVE FORM IN DIGITAL BLOCK....................117
Using Adobe Reader (Windows version)....................................4 LEVEL DIAGRAM......................................................................118
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS................................................................6 BLOCK DIAGRAM....................................................................124
NOTE FOR SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM...............................................7 POWER DIAGRAM...................................................................128
NOTE FOR PARTS LIST.................................................................7 WIRING DIAGRAM...................................................................129
Instructions for handling semi-conductors and optical unit....7 PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS.....................................................130
1. Ground for Human Body.......................................................7
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS (01/39).............................................138
2. Ground for Workbench.........................................................7
SCH01_DIGITAL CONNECT.....................................................138
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS......................................................9 SCH02_DIGITAL POWER.........................................................139
DIMENSION...............................................................................10 SCH03_MAIN CPU..................................................................140
CAUTION IN SERVICING............................................................11 SCH04_EXPANDER.................................................................141
Initializing This Unit..................................................................11 SCH05_CPU LEVEL CHG.........................................................142
JIG FOR SERVICING...................................................................11 SCH06_DIR.............................................................................143
DISASSEMBLY...........................................................................12 SCH07_AUDIO PLD................................................................144
1. FRONT PANEL ASSY.............................................................14 SCH08_DSP1..........................................................................145
2. RADIATOR ASSY..................................................................14 SCH09_DSP2..........................................................................146
3. DIGITAL PCB........................................................................15 SCH10_DSP3..........................................................................147
4. VIDEO PCB...........................................................................16 SCH11_DSP4..........................................................................148
5. INPUT and HDAM PCB.........................................................16 SCH12_ADC...........................................................................149
6. SPK PCB...............................................................................17 SCH13_ZONE DAC.................................................................150
7. SMPS PCB............................................................................17 SCH14_CY920........................................................................151
8. TRANS POWER.....................................................................17 SCH15_VIDEO DECODER........................................................152
SPECIAL MODE..........................................................................18 SCH16_HDMI SW2.................................................................153
Special mode setting button...................................................18 SCH17_HDMI SW1.................................................................154
1. Version Display Mode.........................................................19 SCH18_VSP & IP & OSD..........................................................155
2. Selecting the Mode for Service-related Operations............23 SCH19_VIDEO PLD.................................................................156
PROTECTION DIAGRAM.......................................................24 SCH20_HDMI TX & SCALER....................................................157
2-1. DIAGNOSTIC MODE (Service Path Check Mode)...............25 SCH21_INPUT.........................................................................158
DIAGNOSTIC PATH DIAGRAM.............................................30 SCH22_PREOUT......................................................................159
2-2. Protection History Display Mode.......................................69 SCH23_F-HDMI......................................................................160
2-3. 232C Standby Clear Mode.................................................70 SCH24_A-VIDEO.....................................................................161
2-4. Operation Info Mode.........................................................71 SCH25_RC-5 & MX-PORT........................................................162
2-5. TUNER STEP mode (N only)...............................................72 SCH26_RS232C & TRIGGER.....................................................163
3. PANEL / REMOTE LOCK Selection Mode.............................73 SCH27_SIDE CNT....................................................................164
4. Protection Pass Mode.........................................................74 SCH28_FRONT CNT................................................................165
5. CY920 Reboot Mode...........................................................74 SCH29_MAIN DAC1................................................................166
6. CY920 Initialization Mode...................................................75 SCH30_MAIN DAC2................................................................167
SCH31_SPK.............................................................................168
JIG FOR SERVICING...................................................................76
SCH32_REGULATOR & TUNER................................................169
Procedure after Replacing the Printed circuit boards.............79
SCH33_7CH AMP 1.................................................................170
Procedure after Replacing the Microprocessor, etc................79 SCH34_7CH AMP 2.................................................................171
FIRMWARE UPDATE PROCEDURE.............................................80 SCH35_2CH AMP 2.................................................................172
1. Updating via USB................................................................80 SCH36_FRONT........................................................................173
2. Updating via DPMS.............................................................89 SCH37_HDAM 1.....................................................................174
ADJUSTMENT............................................................................96 SCH38_HDAM 2.....................................................................175
SURROUND MODES AND PARAMETERS...................................97 SCH39_SMPS..........................................................................176
TROUBLE SHOOTING...............................................................100 EXPLODED VIEW.....................................................................177
1. POWER..............................................................................100 PACKING VIEW........................................................................178
2. Analog video.....................................................................101 SEMICONDUCTORS.................................................................179
3. HDMI/DVI..........................................................................104 1. IC's.....................................................................................179
4. AUDIO...............................................................................106 2. FL DISPLAY........................................................................197
5. Network/Bluetooth/USB...................................................109
6. SMPS.................................................................................114

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ABOUT THIS MANUAL
Read the following information before using the service manual.

What you can do with this manual

Search for a Ref. No. (phrase) Jump to the target of a schematic diagram
(Ctrl+Shift+F) connector

You can use the search function in Acrobat Reader to


search for a Ref. No. in schematic diagrams, printed Click the Ref. No. of the target connector in the red
wiring circuit diagrams, block diagrams, and parts box around a schematic diagram connector.
lists. •The screen jumps to the target connector.

1. Press Ctrl+Shift+F on the keyboard.


• The Search window appears.

CP401

v
F

Shift

Ctrl

CP106
2. Enter the Ref. No. you want to search for in the
Search window, and then click the Search button.
• A list of search results appears.

•Page magnification stays the same as before the


jump.

3. Click an item on the list.


• The screen jumps to the page for that item, and the
search phrase is displayed.

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Using Adobe Reader (Windows version)

Add notes to this data (Sign) Magnify schematic / printed circuit board
The Sign function lets you add notes to the data in diagrams - 1
this manual. (Ctrl+Space, mouse operation)
Save the file once you have finished adding notes.
Press Ctrl+Space on the keyboard and drag the
[Example using Adobe Reader X] mouse to select the area you want to view.
On the "View" menu, click "Sign". • The selected area is magnified.
• The Sign pane appears.

Ctrl Space

• When you want to move the area shown, hold


down Space and drag the mouse.

[Example using Adobe Reader 9] • When you want to show a full page view, press
On the "Document" menu, click "Sign".
Ctrl+0 on the keyboard.

Print a magnified part of the manual


The Properties dialog box and functions will vary depending on your printer.
1. Drag the mouse to magnify the part you want to print.

2. On the "File" menu, click "Print".

3. Configure the following settings in the Print dialog box.

• Properties
Click this button and check that the printer is set to a
suitable paper size.
• Page to print
Select the following checkbox.
"More Options" : "Current View"
• Page Sizing & Handling
Select the following checkbox.
"Size" / "Size Options" : "Fit"

4. Click the Print button to start printing.

4
Magnify schematic / printed circuit board Magnify schematic / printed circuit board
diagrams - 2 diagrams - 3
(Pan & Zoom function) (Loupe Tool function)
The Pan & Zoom function lets you see which part of The Loupe Tool function lets you magnify a specific
a magnified diagram is being shown in a separate part of a diagram in a separate window.
window.
[Example using Adobe Reader X]
[Example using Adobe Reader X] On the "View" menu, point to "Zoom", and then
On the "View" menu, point to "Zoom", and then click "Loupe Tool".
click "Pan & Zoom".

• The Loupe Tool window appears on the screen.


• The Pan & Zoom window appears on the screen.

[Example using Adobe Reader 9]


[Example using Adobe Reader 9]
On the "Tools" menu, point to "Select & Zoom",
On the "Tools" menu, point to "Select & Zoom",
and then click "Pan & Zoom Window".
and then click "Loupe Tool Window".

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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
The following items should be checked for continued protection of the customer and the service technician.
leakage current check
Before returning the set to the customer, be sure to carry out either (1) a leakage current check or (2) a line to chassis
resistance check. If the leakage current exceeds 0.5 milliamps, or if the resistance from chassis to either side of the
power cord is less than 460 kohms, the set is defective.
Be sure to test for leakage current with the AC plug in both polarities, in addition, when the set's power is in each state
(on, off and standby mode), if applicable.

CAUTION P
 lease heed the following cautions and instructions during servicing and
inspection.
◎◎ Heed the cautions! ◎◎ Make a safety check after servicing!
Cautions which are delicate in particular for servicing are Check that all screws, parts and wires removed or
labeled on the cabinets, the parts and the chassis, etc. Be disconnected when servicing have been put back in
sure to heed these cautions and the cautions described in their original positions, check that no serviced parts have
the handling instructions. deteriorate the area around. Then make an insulation
◎◎ Cautions concerning electric shock! check on the external metal connectors and between the
(1) An AC voltage is impressed on this set, so if you touch blades of the power plug, and otherwise check that safety
internal metal parts when the set is energized, you is ensured.
may get an electric shock. Avoid getting an electric (Insulation check procedure)
shock, by using an isolating transformer and wearing Unplug the power cord from the power outlet, disconnect
gloves when servicing while the set is energized, or the antenna, plugs, etc., and on the power. Using a 500V
by unplugging the power cord when replacing parts, insulation resistance tester, check that the insulation
for example. resistance value between the inplug and the externally
(2) There are high voltage parts inside. Handle with extra exposed metal parts (antenna terminal, headphones
care when the set is energized. terminal, input terminal, etc.) is 1MΩ or greater. If it is
◎◎ Caution concerning disassembly and assembly! less, the set must be inspected and repaired.
Through great care is taken when parts were
manufactured from sheet metal, there may be burrs on
the edges of parts. The burrs could cause injury if fingers
are moved across them in some rare cases. Wear gloves
to protect your hands. CAUTION C
 oncerning important safety
◎◎ Use only designated parts!
parts
The set's parts have specific safety properties (fire Many of the electric and the structural parts used in the
resistance, voltage resistance, etc.). Be sure to use parts set have special safety properties. In most cases these
which have the same properties for replacement. The properties are difficult to distinguish by sight, and the use
burrs have the same properties. In particular, for the of replacement parts with higher ratings (rated power
important safety parts that are indicated by the z mark and withstand voltage) does not necessarily guarantee
on schematic diagrams and parts lists, be sure to use the that safety performance will be preserved. Parts with
designated parts. safety properties are indicated as shown below on the
◎◎ B
 e sure to mount parts and arrange the wires wiring diagrams and the parts list in this service manual.
as they were originally placed! Be sure to replace them with the parts which have the
For safety seasons, some parts use tapes, tubes or other designated part number.
insulating materials, and some parts are mounted away
from the surface of printed circuit boards. Care is also (1) Schematic diagrams Indicated by the z mark.
taken with the positions of the wires by arranging them (2) Parts lists Indicated by the z mark.
and using clamps to keep them away from heating and The use of parts other than the designated parts could
high voltage parts, so be sure to set everything back as it cause electric shocks, fires or other dangerous situations.
was originally placed.

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NOTE FOR SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
WARNING:
Parts indicated by the z mark have critical characteristics. Use ONLY replacement parts recommended by the manufacturer.
CAUTION:
Before returning the set to the customer, be sure to carry out either (1) a leakage current check or (2) a line to chassis resistance check. If
the leakage current exceeds 0.5 milliamps, or if the resistance from chassis to either side of the power cord is less than 460 kohms, the set
is defective.
WARNING:
DO NOT return the set to the customer unless the problem is identified and remedied.
NOTICE:
ALL RESISTANCE VALUES IN OHM. k=1,000 OHM / M=1,000,000 OHM
ALL CAPACITANCE VALUES ARE EXPRESSED IN MICRO FARAD, UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED. P INDICATES MICRO-MICRO FARAD. EACH
VOLTAGE AND CURRENT ARE MEASURED AT NO SIGNAL INPUT CONDITION. CIRCUIT AND PARTS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT
PRIOR NOTICE.

NOTE FOR PARTS LIST


1. Parts indicated by "nsp" on this table cannot be supplied.
2. When ordering a part, make a clear distinction between "1" and "I" (i) to avoid mis-supplying.
3. A part ordered without specifying its part number can not be supplied.
4. Part indicated by " ★ " mark is not illustrated in the exploded view.
WARNING: Parts indicated by the z mark have critical characteristics. Use ONLY replacement parts recommended by the manufacturer.

INSTRUCTIONS FOR HANDLING SEMI-CONDUCTORS AND OPTICAL UNIT


Electrostatic breakdown of the semi-conductors or optical pickup may occur due to a potential difference caused by
electrostatic charge during unpacking or repair work.
1. Ground for Human Body
Be sure to wear a grounding band (1 MΩ) that is properly grounded to remove any static electricity that may be charged
on the body.
2. Ground for Workbench
Be sure to place a conductive sheet or copper plate with proper grounding (1 MΩ) on the workbench or other surface,
where the semi-conductors are to be placed. Because the static electricity charge on clothing will not escape through the
body grounding band, be careful to avoid contacting semi-conductors with your clothing

<Incorrect> <Correct> Grounding Band

1MΩ

CBA
CBA

1MΩ
Conductive Sheet or
Copper Plate

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Personal notes:

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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
nn Audio section nn Tuner section
• Power amplifier (Note : μV at 75 Ω, 0 dBf = 1 x 10–15 W)
Rated output : Reception frequency range : FM 87.5 MHz - 107.9 MHz (for U)
FM 87.5 MHz - 108.0 MHz (for N, K)
Front : FM 76.0 MHz - 95.0 MHz (for F)
125 W + 125 W ( 8 Ω, 20 Hz - 20 kHz with 0.05 % T.H.D.) AM 530 kHz - 1710 kHz (for U)
165 W + 165 W ( 6 Ω, 1 kHz with 0.7 % T.H.D.) AM 522 kHz - 1611 kHz (for N, K)
Center : AM 522 kHz - 1629 kHz (for F)
125 W ( 8 Ω, 20 Hz - 20 kHz with 0.05 % T.H.D.) Effective sensitivity : FM 1.5 μV (14.8 dBf) (for U)
165 W ( 6 Ω, 1 kHz with 0.7 % T.H.D.) FM 1.2 μV (12.8 dBf) (for N, K, F)
AM 20 μV (for U)
Surround : AM 18 μV (for N, K, F)
125 W + 125 W ( 8 Ω, 20 Hz - 20 kHz with 0.05 % T.H.D.) S/N ratio : MONO ― 78 dB (for U)
165 W + 165 W ( 6 Ω, 1 kHz with 0.7 % T.H.D.) MONO ― 70 dB (for N, K, F)
Surround back / Height1 / Front wide : STEREO ― 68 dB (for U)
125 W + 125 W ( 8 Ω, 20 Hz - 20 kHz with 0.05 % T.H.D.) STEREO ― 67 dB (for N, K, F)
165 W + 165 W ( 6 Ω, 1 kHz with 0.7 % T.H.D.) HD ― 85 dB (for U)
Output connectors : 4 - 16 Ω Distortion : MONO ― 0.1 % (for U)
MONO ― 0.7 % (for N, K, F)
nn Analog section SRETEO ― 0.2 % (for U)
Input sensitivity/Input impedance : 200 mV / 47 kΩ SRETEO ― 1.0 % (for N, K, F)
HD ― 0.02 % (for U)
Frequency response : 10 Hz - 100 kHz — +1, -3 dB (Direct mode)
S/N ratio : 100 dB (IHF-A, Direct mode) nn Wireless LAN section
Network type (wireless LAN standard) : C  onforming to IEEE 802.11b
Distortion : 0.005 % (20 Hz – 20 kHz) (Direct mode) Conforming to IEEE 802.11g
Rated output : 1.2 V Conforming to IEEE 802.11n
(Wi-Fi® compliant)z1
nn Digital section
Security : WEP 64 bit, WEP 128 bit
D/A output : Rated output — 2V (at 0 dB playback) WPA/WPA2-PSK (AES)
Total harmonic distortion — 0.008 % (1 kHz, 0 dB ) WPA/WPA2-PSK (TKIP)
S/N ratio — 102 dB
Dynamic range — 100 dB Radio frequency : 2.4 GHz
Digital input : Format — Digital audio interface No. of channels : 1 - 11 ch (for U)
1 - 13 ch (for N, K, F)
nn Phono equalizer section z1 The Wi-Fi® CERTIFIED Logo and the Wi-Fi CERTIFIED On-Product Logo
Input sensitivity : 2.5 mV are registered trademarks of the Wi-Fi Alliance.
RIAA deviation : ±1 dB (20 Hz to 20 kHz) nn Bluetooth section
S/N ratio : 74 dB (IHF-A) Communications system : B  luetooth Version 2.1 + EDR
Distortion factor : 0.03 % (1 kHz, 3 V) (Enhanced Data Rate)
nn Video section Transmission power : Maximum 2.5 mW (Class 2)
• Standard video connectors Maximum communication range : Approx. 32.8 ft/10 m in line of sightz2
Frequency band : 2.4 GHz band
Input/output level and impedance : 1 Vp-p, 75 Ω
Modulation scheme : FHSS (Frequency-Hopping Spread Spectrum)
Frequency response : 5 Hz - 10 MHz — 0, –3 dB
Supported profiles : A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile)1.2
• Color component video connector AVRCP (Audio Video Remote Control Profile)1.4
Input/output level and impedance : Y signal — 1 Vp-p, 75 Ω Corresponding codec : SBC, AAC
PB / CB signal — 0.7 Vp-p, 75 Ω
PB / CB signal — 0.7 Vp-p, 75 Ω Transmission range (A2DP) : 20 Hz - 20,000 Hz
Frequency response : 5 Hz - 60 MHz — 0, –3 dB z2 The actual communication range varies depending on the influence of
such factors as obstructions between devices, electromagnetic waves
from microwave ovens, static electricity, cordless phones, reception
sensitivity, antenna performance, operating system, application
software etc.
nn General
Power supply : (for U) : AC 120 V, 60 Hz
(for N) : AC 230 V, 50 Hz / 60 Hz
(for K) : AC 220 V, 50 Hz
(for F) : AC 100 V, 50 Hz / 60 Hz
Power consumption : 710 W
Power consumption in standby mode : 0.2 W
Power consumption in CEC standby mode : 0.5 W
Power consumption in network standby mode : 2.7 W
For purposes of improvement, specifications and design are subject to
change without notice.

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.
2 (50)
Unit : in. (mm)
DIMENSION
Weight : 30 lbs 7 oz (13.8 kg)

13 1/2 (340)
17 3/8 (440)

10
(60)
2 3/8
5/8 3/4 1 3/8
(14) 6 3/4 (171) (18) 14 1/4 (361) (32)

7 3/8 (185) 16 1/4 (411)

2 (50)
9 3/4 (247)

7/8 2 1/8 2 1/2


(20) (53) 10 5/8 (267) (62)

15 7/8 (401)
CAUTION IN SERVICING
Initializing This Unit
Make sure to initialize this unit after replacing the microcomputer or any peripheral equipment, or the digital PCB.

1. Press the power button to turn off the power.


2. While holding down buttons "MOVIE" and "MUSIC" simultaneously, press the power button to turn on the power.
3. Release the buttons after confirming that the display flashes at 1-second intervals.
* The unit is initialized.

NOTE: • If the unit fails to enter the service mode in step 3, repeat the procedure from step 1.
• Initializing the device restores the customized settings to the factory settings. Write down your settings in advance and
reconfigure the settings after initialization.

X MOVIE MUSIC

JIG FOR SERVICING


Use the following jigs (extension cable kit) when repairing the PCBs.
Order with your dealer for the jigs your dealer if necessary.

8U-110084S : EXTENSION UNIT KIT : 1Set


8U-110136S : EXTENSION UNIT KIT : 1Set
(See page 76)

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DISASSEMBLY
• Remove each part following the flow below.
• Reassemble the removed parts in the reverse order.
• Read "Precautions During Work" before reassembling the removed parts.
• If wire bundles are removed or moved during adjustment or part replacement, reshape the wires after completing
the work. Failure to shape the wires correctly may cause problems such as noise.

TOP COVER

FRONT PANEL ASSY DIGITAL PCB ASSY


See "DISASSEMBLY" See "DISASSEMBLY"
1. FRONT PANEL ASSY 3. DIGITAL PCB ASSY
and "EXPLODED VIEW" and "EXPLODED VIEW"
FRONT PCB DIGITAL PCB
Ref. No. of EXPLODED VIEW :C5 Ref. No. of EXPLODED VIEW :C49
HEAD PHONE PCB GUIDE FCC PCB
Ref. No. of EXPLODED VIEW :C2 Ref. No. of EXPLODED VIEW :C48
FRONT HDMI FFC CABLE PCB CY920 MODULE ASSY
Ref. No. of EXPLODED VIEW :C7 Ref. No. of EXPLODED VIEW :C51
F_HDMI PCB
Ref. No. of EXPLODED VIEW :C3
FRONT SW PCB VIDEO PCB ASSY SMPS PCB
Ref. No. of EXPLODED VIEW :C1 See "DISASSEMBLY" See "DISASSEMBLY"
4. VIDEO PCB ASSY 7. SMPS PCB
and "EXPLODED VIEW" and "EXPLODED VIEW"
VIDEO PCB SMPS PCB
Ref. No. of EXPLODED VIEW :C46 Ref. No. of EXPLODED VIEW :C17
RADIATOR ASSY
See "DISASSEMBLY"
2. RADIATOR ASSY INPUT and HDAM PCB ASSY MAIN TRANS
and "EXPLODED VIEW" See "DISASSEMBLY" See "DISASSEMBLY"
GUIDE L PCB 5. INPUT and HDAM PCB ASSY 8. MAIN TRANS
Ref. No. of EXPLODED VIEW :C12 and "EXPLODED VIEW" and "EXPLODED VIEW"
GUIDE R PCB INPUT PCB MAIN TRANS
Ref. No. of EXPLODED VIEW :C13 Ref. No. of EXPLODED VIEW :C39 Ref. No. of EXPLODED VIEW :C38
AMP PCB HDAM PCB
Ref. No. of EXPLODED VIEW :C14 Ref. No. of EXPLODED VIEW :C42
GUIDE FFC with 7CH AMP PCB CONNECT-5 PCB
Ref. No. of EXPLODED VIEW :C16 Ref. No. of EXPLODED VIEW :C43
2CH AMP PCB CONNECT-4 PCB
Ref. No. of EXPLODED VIEW :C9 Ref. No. of EXPLODED VIEW :C44
HEATSINK CONNECT-3 PCB
Ref. No. of EXPLODED VIEW :M20 Ref. No. of EXPLODED VIEW :C45

SPK PCB ASSY


See "DISASSEMBLY"
6. SPK PCB ASSY
and "EXPLODED VIEW"
SPK PCB
Ref. No. of EXPLODED VIEW :C28
FRONT CNT PCB
Ref. No. of EXPLODED VIEW :C26
SIDE C PCB
Ref. No. of EXPLODED VIEW :C27
FUSE PCB
Ref. No. of EXPLODED VIEW :C25
SPK FH PCB
Ref. No. of EXPLODED VIEW :C47

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Explanatory Photos for DISASSEMBLY
• For the shooting direction of each photos used in this manual, see the photo below.
• A, B, C and D in the photo below indicate the shooting directions of photos.
• The photographs with no shooting direction indicated were taken from the top of the unit.
• Photos of SR7010 U are used in this manual.
The viewpoint of each photograph
(Shooting direction : X) [View from the top]

↓Shooting direction: B↓ Front side

↑Shooting direction: C↑
↓Shooting direction: D↓

↑Shooting direction: A↑

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1. FRONT PANEL ASSY
Proceeding : TOP COVER → FRONT PANEL ASSY
(1) Remove the screws.

x9
View from the bottom

(2) Remove the screws. Cut the wire clamp, then remove the connector. Remove the FFC.

CUT x 4 CN102

x2 x2

STYLE PIN

FFC FFC
CN321

2. RADIATOR ASSY
Proceeding : TOP COVER → FRONT PANEL ASSY → RADIATOR ASSY
(1) Remove the screws.
Shooting direction: A

x3

(2) Cut the wire clamp, then remove the connector wire. Remove the screws.
↓Shooting direction: B↓

CN705
x2 x2
CN462
↑Shooting direction: D↑ ↑Shooting direction: C↑

CUTx3
CN461
CN704
CN701 CN702
CN703

CUT CN531

↑Shooting direction: A↑
CN704 CN781

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3. DIGITAL PCB
Proceeding : TOP COVER → BACK CHASSIS → DIGITAL PCB
(1) Remove the screws.

Shooting direction: A

x2
x14

x35

x2

(2) Cut the wire clamp, then remove the connector. Remove the FFC.

x2
CN531 CUTx5

CN903
FFC FFC
CN704 CN781
STYLE PIN CN321

(3) Remove the connector.

BN24A BN26A BN25A BN21A

BN23A

BN27A

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4. VIDEO PCB
Proceeding : TOP COVER → BACK CHASSIS → DIGITAL PCB → VIDEO PCB
(1) Cut the wire clamp, then remove the connector. Remove the PCB HOLDER.

BN21B
BN28B
CUT x3

BN27B
PCB HOLDER

5. INPUT and HDAM PCB


Proceeding : TOP COVER → BACK CHASSIS → DIGITAL PCB → VIDEO PCB → INPUT and HDAM PCB
(1) Remove the connector.

From 2ch AMP PCB From AMP PCB

BN24C BN26C
x1
STYLE PIN
CN706

BN64C

BN23C

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6. SPK PCB
Proceeding : TOP COVER → BACK CHASSIS → DIGITAL PCB → VIDEO PCB → INPUT and HDAM PCB
→ SPK PCB
(1) Remove the screws.

View from the bottom

x3

(2) Cut the wire clamp, then remove the connector.

CN701 CN703 CN704


CN702

(3) Remove the screws.

x7

x2

x3

x1

7. SMPS PCB
Proceeding : TOP COVER → BACK CHASSIS → DIGITAL PCB → SMPS PCB
See "EXPLODED VIEW" for instructions on removing the SMPS PCB.

8. TRANS POWER
Proceeding : TOP COVER → BACK CHASSIS → DIGITAL PCB → TRANS POWER
See "EXPLODED VIEW" for instructions on removing the transformer (TRANS).

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SPECIAL MODE
Special mode setting button
b No. 1 - 6, 9 : While holding down buttons "A", "B" and "C" simultaneously, press the power button to turn on the power.
b No. 7, 8 : While the power is on, hold down buttons "A" and "B" for at least 3 seconds .
b No. 10 : While holding down buttons "A" and "B" simultaneously, insert the AC plug into the wall outlet to turn on the power.
No. Mode Button A Button B Button C Descriptions

Displays the version of firmware such as the main firmware or DSP.


Version Display
1 DIMMER STATUS - Errors that have occurred are displayed.
(u-COM / DSP Error Display)
(See page 19)
ZONE This is a display for turning on each service-related mode.
2 Selecting the Mode for Service-related BACK -
SELECT Service-related modes: No. 2-1 - No. 2-5
This is a special mode for service confirmation used during repair
CURSOR
2-1 Check the Video/Audio path Mode - - work to simplify the confirmation work for the Audio channel /
f/d
video channel. (See page 25)
Displays the protection occurrence history.
2-2 Protection history display mode ↑ - -
(See page 69)
Switches from 232C standby mode to normal standby mode.
2-3 232C Standby Clear Mode ↑ - -
(See page 70)
Displays the accumulated operating time of the unit, the
2-4 Operation Info Mode ↑ - - number of times the power was switched on, and the number of
occurrences of each protection. (See page 71)
TUNER STEP Mode Enables reception STEP of the ANALOG TUNER to be changed.
2-5 ↑ - -
(U and N model only) (See page 72)
Initializes backup data.
3 User Initialization Mode GAME A-DSX -
(Settings for the Installer Setup are not initialized.)
Initializes backup data.
4 Factory Initialization Mode MOVIE MUSIC -
(The settings for the Installer Setup is also initialized.)
Start this unit in the PANEL/REMOTE LOCK selection mode so that
5 PANEL / REMOTE LOCK Selection Mode BACK ENTER - PANEL LOCK and Remote Lock can be switched between ON and
OFF. (See page 73)
DYNAMIC DYNAMIC Enables the power to be turned on when protection detection is
6 Protection Pass Mode M-DAX
EQ VOL disabled. (See page 74)
DYNAMIC
7 CY920 Reboot Mode M-DAX - The CY920 is restarted after CY920 hang up.
EQ
Enter this mode only after replacing Flash for CY920 and rewriting
8 CY920 Initialization Mode BACK ENTER -
the firmware.
9 USB Update mode HDMI OUT STATUS - Switches this unit to USB Update mode.
Mode used when this unit cannot be recovered.
10 Forced USB All Device Write Mode HDMI OUT STATUS - Forcibly switches this unit to USB update mode.
(See page 82)

NOTE:
When the volume indicator displays " ", the set has entered a special mode for developers.
In this case, RS-232C communication cannot be used.
To cancel this special mode, press and hold the "CURSOR f"and "STATUS" buttons for 3 seconds and longer. When the volume
indicator returns to the normal display, RS-232C communication can be used.

Cursor button
DYNAMIC EQ M-DAX DYNAMIC VOL HDMI OUT BACK ( d f 0 1)

X MOVIE GAME DIMMER STATUS ZONE ENTER


MUSIC A-DSX SELECT

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1. Version Display Mode
1.1. Actions
Version information is displayed when the device is started in this mode.

1.2. Starting up
While holding down buttons "DIMMER" and "STATUS" simultaneously, press the power button to turn on the power.
then press the "STATUS" button to display the information in section 1.3 on the display.
b The version list is also displayed on GUI while the version is displayed on the display.

1.3. Display Order


Error information("See "1.4. Error display") → q Model destination information, Serial Number
→ w Firmware Package Version → e Main µ-com, Main 1st Boot Loader Version → r DSP1/2/3/4 ROM
→ t Audio, Video PLD → y GUI SFLASH → u Ethernet 1st Boot Loader, Hardware ID
→ i Ethernet 2nd Boot Loader, Rhapsody Flag → o Ethernet IMAGE → Q0 Ethernet MAC ADDRESS information
→ Q1 BT MAC ADDRESS information → Q2 MultEQ Pro APP (Displayed when Audyssey Pro is complete)
→ Q3 MultEQ Pro ICL (Displayed when Audyssey Pro is complete) → Q4 HD Radio (For U Region)

q Model destination information, Serial Number:


FLD L1 S R 7 0 1 0 U
FLD L1 S R 7 0 1 0 N
FLD L1 S R 7 0 1 0 F
FLD L1 S R 7 0 1 0 K
FLD L2 S / N . * * * * * * * * * *
w Firmware Package Version:
L1 F i r m . P a c k a g e
FLD
L2 V e r . : * * * *

e Main µ-com, Main 1st Boot Loader Version:


L1 M a i n : * * * * * * * *
FLD
L2 M a i n F B L : * * . * * *

r DSP1/2/3/4 ROM :
L1 D S P 1 : * * . * *
FLD
L2 D S P 2 : * * . * *
L1 D S P 3 : * * . * *
FLD
L2 D S P 4 : * * . * *

t Audio, Video PLD :


L1 A u d i o P L D : * * . * *
FLD
L2 V i d e o P L D : * * . * *

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y GUI SFLASH :
FLD L1 G U I : @ @ $ \ * * * *
@:Model code, $:Brand code, \:Region code (U=1, N=2, K=5, F=4, ALL=0)

u Ethernet 1st Boot Loader, Hardware ID :


L1 E t h e r n e t F B L
FLD
L2 * * * * * * - A A
AA : Hardware ID

i Ethernet 2nd Boot Loader, Rhapsody Flag :


L1 E t h e r n e t S B L
FLD
L2 * * * * * * * * * * * * * - B B
BB : Rhapsody Flag

o Ethernet IMAGE :
L1 E t h e r n e t I M G
FLD
L2 * * * * * * * * * * * * *

Q0 Ethernet MAC ADDRESS information:


L1 * N E T M A C A d d r e s s
FLD
L2 * * * * * * - * * * * * *

Q1 BT MAC ADDRESS information:


L1 * B T M A C A d d r e s s
FLD
L2 * * * * * * - * * * * * *

Q2 MultEQ Pro APP :


L1 * M u l t E Q P r o A P P
FLD
L2 * * . * * . * * . * * * *

Q3 MultEQ Pro ICL :


L1 * M u l t E Q P r o I C L
FLD
L2 * * . * * . * * . * * * *

Q4 HD Radio (for U Region) :


L1 * H D : * * * * * * * * -
FLD
L2 X Y Y Y Y . Z Z Z
* Software Configration

X Release Typte

Y Base Version No.

Z Build No.

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1.4. Error display
See the table below for descriptions of the displayed errors and countermeasures for these.
If multiple errors occur, only one item is displayed.
The priority order is w, e, r, t, y, q.
Condition States Display TROUBLE SHOOTING

The model name, brand name and region FIRM ERROR


information written in the firmware
are compared to the region settings in •Check the resistor for
q the PCB. This error is displayed if the setting the region
Main :**.**


Firm Check information does not match. (R1589/R1590 DIGITAL
NG PCB).
DSP1 :**.**


(*:1/2/3/4) •Write the firmware for
" ▲ " or " ▼ " is displayed as the first the correct region.
Audio PLD:**.**


character if the firmware is not correct (see
the illustrations on the right). GUI :********


An error occurs in Loopback Test of the •Check the circuits
DDR memory which is performed during IP SCALER ERR 01 around the IP SCALER
w the initial setting of i/p Scaler (ADV8003). (IC401, DIGITAL PCB)
IP SCALER and DDR2 (IC402/IC403).
NG During the initial setting of i/p Scaler ( If there appear to be
ADV8003 ) , there is not the reply of the IP SCALER ERR 02 no problems, IC401 or
Loopback Test result of the DDR memory . IC402/IC403 is faulty.
If the Main CPU version is not supported
e GUI VER. ERROR
by the GUI Serial Flash (ADV8003), •Check the firmware
GUI Serial
" ▼ " is displayed as the first character of version.
Flash NG GUI :********

the GUI firmware version.


•Check the DIR (IC202,
r This error is displayed if there is no
DIR ERROR 01 DIGITAL PCB) and
DIR NG response from the DIR.
surrounding circuits.
The DSP* FLAG0 port does not enter "Hi"
status while booting a DSP code even DSP* ERROR 01
after resetting DSP.
The DSP* FLAG0 port does not enter "Hi"
status before issuing a DSP command.
DSP* ERROR 02
Setting WRITE to "Lo" does not set ACK to •Check the DSP (IC251/
t DSP* ERROR 03
"Hi" during DSP* data reading. IC261/IC271/IC281,
DSP* NG
DIGITAL PCB) and
(*:1/2/3/4) Setting REQ to "Lo" does not set ACK to
DSP* ERROR 04 surrounding circuits.
"Lo" during DSP* data reading.
Setting WRITE to "Hi" does not set ACK to
"Hi" during DSP* data writing.
DSP* ERROR 05
Setting REQ to "Lo" does not set ACK to
"Lo" during DSP* data writing.
DSP* ERROR 06
y
An error occurred in a checksum of the
EEPROM E 2 P R O M E R R * * *
EEPROM(*** is a block address number).
NG

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1.5. Version Display in the Setup Menu
Follow the steps below to display the firmware information.

(1) Press the "SETUP" button on the remote control.


(2) Select "General - Information - Firmware".

The version information is displayed as a 14-digit number as shown in the screenshot below.

General/Firmware

Version XXXX-XXXX-XXXX-XX

Displays system information

GUI Image
This 14-digit number comprises a part of the version number of each device and module.
These version numbers correspond to the 14-digit number as shown below.
The 2nd digit from the right for Main
The 1th digit from the right for Main
The 2nd digit from the right for Sub
The 1st digit from the right for Sub

Main X X 3 8 X 2 8 Info display 1 2 3 4 - 8 3 8 2 - 6 7 7 3 - 0 5


M.FBL X X X X X X X
DSP1 X X X 2 The 1st digit from the right for DSP1
DSP2 X X X 3 The 1st digit from the right for DSP2
DSP3 X X X 4 The 1st digit from the right for DSP3
DSP4 X X X 5 The 1st digit from the right for DSP4

A.PLD X X X 1 The 1st digit from the right for A.PLD


V.PLD X X X 7 The 1st digit from the right for V.PLD
GUI X X X X 0 0 1 6 The 1st digit from the right for GUI
E.FBL X X X X X X
E.SBL B X X X X X X X X X X X X
E.IMG I X X X X X X X X 0 0 3 7 The 1st digit from the right for IMG
The 2nd digit from the right for IMG

b The firmware version numbers and this 14-digit version information are written in the Service Information.

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2. Selecting the Mode for Service-related Operations
2.1. Actions
Select diagnostic mode (service path check mode), protection history display mode, or 232C standby clear mode.

2.2. Starting up
While holding down buttons "ZONE SELECT" and "BACK" simultaneously, press the power button to turn on the
power.
Select the desired mode using the "CURSOR f/d" button, then press the "ENTER" button to confirm.

2.3. Displaying and Selecting Each Mode


The information shown on the display switches each time the "CURSOR f/d" button is pressed.
Press the "ENTER" button to set the currently displayed mode and restart the device.

q
L1 – 1 . S E R V I C E C H E C K
FLD
L2 2 . P R O T E C T I O N
Service Path Check Mode:
The Video and Audio paths can be checked.
This function is convenient for confirming problem paths in the product and checking
the paths after repairing.

w
L1 1 . S E R V I C E C H E C K
FLD
L2 – 2 . P R O T E C T I O N
The protection history can be checked.

e
L1 2 . P R O T E C T I O N
FLD
L2 – 3 . R S 2 3 2 C R E S E T
Switches from 232C standby mode to normal standby mode.

r
L1 3 . R S 2 3 2 C R E S E T
FLD
L2 – 4 . O P I N F O
Operation Info for the unit can be checked.

t
L1 4 . O P I N F O
FLD
L2 – 5 . T U N E R F R Q S E T
Enables reception STEP of the ANALOG TUNER to be changed.

2.3. Canceling the selected mode


Press the power button to turn off the power.

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PROTECTION DIAGRAM

PAMP PCB DIGITAL PCB


TR_THERMAL
uCOM DC/ASO PROT 125pin/AN105
FL ASO PROTECTION LOGIC
DC DC ⇒ L_activeshutdown
ASO ⇒ L_activeshutdown
TR_THERMAL THER PROTA ⇒ L_activeshutdown
THER PROTE ⇒ L_activeshutdown
THER_PROT_E 161pin/P91
FR ASO
DC
THER_PROT_A 159pin/P93

TR_THERMAL
CURRENT (After 90sec ) CURRENT DET 166pin/AN006
Over 0.8V & Low B & THERMAL E = Low ⇒ shutdown
C ASO Over 1.3V               ⇒ shutdown
DC

BN710 CN704
TR_THERMAL
DC_DET2 DC_DET2
DC_DET1 DC_DET1
SL ASO
DC
ASO_DET ASO_DET
THERMAL_DETA THERMAL_DETA
THERMAL_DETB THERMAL_DETB
TR_THERMAL THERMAL_DETE THERMAL_DETE (7CH)
THERMAL_DETF THERMAL_DETF (7CH)
SR ASO
DC

TR_THERMAL

SBL ASO
DC

TR_THERMAL

SBR ASO
CPU LEVEL CHG PART
DC

HEATSINK_THERMAL

HEATSINK_THERMAL

2CH PCB BN781 CN781


DC_DET3
DC_DET3
ASO_DET ASO_DET
TR_THERMAL THERMAL_DETA THERMAL_DETA
THERMAL_DETB THERMAL_DETB
FWL ASO THERMAL_DETE THERMAL_DETE (2CH)
DC
THERMAL_DETF THERMAL_DETF (2CH)

TR_THERMAL

FWR ASO
SPEAKER PCB FRONT CNT PCB
DC
CN25D 15pin BN25D 15pin CN25A 9pin BN25A 9pin
CURRENT DET CURRENT DET CURRENT DET CURRENT DET
HEATSINK_THERMAL

HEATSINK_THERMAL CURRENT DETECT PART

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2-1. DIAGNOSTIC MODE (Service Path Check Mode)
2-1.1. Actions
This function is convenient for confirming problem paths in the product and checking the paths after repairing.
The Video and Audio paths can be checked.
The backup data is not rewritten.

2-1.2. Starting up
While holding down buttons "ZONE SELECT" and "BACK" simultaneously, press the power button to turn on the power.
Select "1.SERVICE CHECK", then press the "ENTER" button to activate the diagnostic mode.
The "TUNED", "STEREO" and "RDS" segments are lit in this mode.

2-1.3. Canceling diagnostic mode


Press the power button to turn off the power.

2-1.4. Selecting items to check


Press the q button to switch between video items and audio items.
Press the w or e button to select the previous or next item.
The unit Remote control unit
q w e q w e
Actions
Audio ⇔ Video PREVIOUS NEXT Audio ⇔ Video PREVIOUS NEXT
Button DIMMER CURSOR 0 CURSOR 1 SLEEP CURSOR 0 CURSOR 1

2-1.5. Audio system confirmation items


See the block diagram fig.XXth.

Paths to be confirmed Display Settings What to confirm

Analog (signal) through Path L1 A01ANLG Input Source : CBL/SAT ・Analog input ⇒ Speaker output (Front L/R)
fig.01 Input Mode : ANALOG (fixed) ・Analog input ⇒ Preout output (Front L/R)
L2 ***.*dB Sound mode:DIRECT
Amp assign : 9.1ch (b The input source can be switched to any source except CBL/SAT.)
Floor Layout : 5.1&SB
1 Height Sp : 2ch
Dolby Sp : None
Height Layout : Front Height
MAIN ZONE ON
ZONE2 OFF
ZONE3 OFF
Digital (signal) Path L1 A02DIG. Input Source : CBL/SAT ・Digital input ⇒ Speaker output (Front L/R, Center, Surround L/R, Surround Back L/R)
(MAIN) fig.02a Input Mode : DIGITAL (fixed) ・Digital input ⇒ Pre output (Front L/R, Center, Surround L/R, Surround Back L/R, Subwoofer)
L2 ***.*dB Sound mode : MULTI CH STEREO
fig.02b
Amp assign : 9.1ch (b The input source can be switched to any source except CBL/SAT.)
Floor Layout : 5ch&SB
Height Sp : 2ch
2 Dolby Sp : None
Height Layout : Front Height
Speaker Select : Floor
Speaker Config ALL Speaker = Small / SW = Yes(2ch)
MAIN ZONE : ON
ZONE2 : OFF
ZONE3 OFF
Digital (signal) Path L1 A03Z2DIG Input Source : Online Music ・Digital(PCM) input ⇒ Amp Assign Speaker (Surround Back (ZONE2) L/R )
(ZONE2) fig.03a Input Mode : Auto ・Digital(PCM) input ⇒ Preout output (ZONE2 L/R)
L2 ***.*dB
fig.03b Sound mode:STEREO
fig.03c Amp assign : 7.1ch + ZONE2 (b The input source can be switched to any source except Online Music.)
Speaker for ZONE2 : S.Back
Floor Layout : 5ch
3
Height Sp : 2ch
Dolby Sp : None
Height Layout : Front Height
MAIN ZONE ON
ZONE2 ON
ZONE3 OFF

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Paths to be confirmed Display Settings What to confirm

Digital (signal) Path L1 A04Z3DIG Input Source : Online Music ・Digital(PCM) input ⇒ Amp Assign Speaker output ( Front Wide ( ZONE3 ) L / R )
(ZONE3) fig.04a Input Mode : Auto ・Digital ( PCM ) input ⇒ Preout output ( ZONE3 L / R )
L2 ***.*dB Sound mode:STEREO ( b As the input source, you can switch from Online Music to other ones.)
fig.04b
Amp assign : 7.1ch + ZONE3
Speaker for ZONE3 : Front Wide/Height2
Floor Layout : 5ch
4
Height Sp : 2ch
Dolby Sp : None
Height Layout : Front Height
MAIN ZONE ON
ZONE2 OFF
ZONE3 ON
HDMI (signal) Path L1 A05HDMI Input Source : CBL/SAT ・HDMI input ⇒ Speaker output (Front L/R)
fig.05a Input Mode : HDMI (fixed) ・HDMI input ⇒ Preout output (Front L/R)
L2 ***.*dB
fig.05b Sound mode:STEREO
fig.05c Amp assign : 9.1ch (b The input source can be switched to any source except CBL/SAT.)
Floor Layout : 5ch&SB
5 Height Sp : 2ch
Dolby Sp : None
Height Layout : Front Height
MAIN ZONE ON
ZONE2 OFF
ZONE3 OFF
Analog AD (signal) Path L1 A06AD Input Source : CBL/SAT ・Analog input ⇒ Speaker output (Front L/R, Center, Surround L/R, Surround Back L/R, Front Wide L/R)
(MAIN ZONE) fig.06a Input Mode : Analog (fixed) ・Analog input ⇒ Preout output, SW(20Hz) (Front L/R, Center, Surround L/R, Surround Back L/R, Front Wide L/R, SUbwoofer)
L2 ***.*dB Sound mode:MULTI CH STEREO
fig.06b
Amp assign : 9.1ch (b The input source can be switched to any source except CBL/SAT.)
Floor Layout : 5ch&SB&FW (b Volume -20dB is the value when Relative settings are used. The value is 60 when Absolute settings are used)
Height Sp : 2ch
6 Dolby Sp : None
Height Layout : Front Height
Speaker Select : Floor
Speaker Config All Speaker=Small/SW=Yes(2ch)
MAIN ZONE ON
ZONE2 OFF
ZONE3 OFF
Analog Amp Assign (signal) Path L1 A07Z2ASS Input Source : CBL/SAT ・Analog input ⇒ Speaker input (Surround Back (ZONE2) L/R)
(Amp Assign:ZONE2) fig.07 Input Mode : Auto ・Analog input ⇒ Preout input (ZONE2 L/R)
L2 ***.*dB Sound mode:STEREO
Z2 Source : Source (b The input source can be switched to any source except CBL/SAT.)
Amp assign : 7.1ch + ZONE2 (b Volume -20dB is the value when Relative settings are used. The value is 60 when Absolute settings are used)
Speaker for ZONE2 : S.Back
7 Floor Layout : 5ch
Height Sp : 2ch
Dolby Sp : None
Height Layout : Front Height
MAIN ZONE ON
ZONE2 ON
ZONE3 OFF
Analog Amp Assign (signal) Path L1 A08Z3ASS Input Source : CBL/SAT ・Analog input ⇒ Speaker output (Front Wide (ZONE3) L/R)
(Amp Assign:ZONE3) fig.08 Input Mode : Auto ・Analog input ⇒ Preout input (ZONE3 L/R)
L2 ***.*dB Sound mode:STEREO
Z3 Source : Source (b The input source can be switched to any source except CBL/SAT.)
Amp assign : 7.1ch + ZONE3 (b Volume -20dB is the value when Relative settings are used. The value is 60 when Absolute settings are used)
Speaker for ZONE3 : Front Wide/Height2
8 Floor Layout : 5ch
Height Sp : 2ch
Dolby Sp : None
Height Layout : Front Height
MAIN ZONE ON
ZONE2 OFF
ZONE3 ON

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Paths to be confirmed Display Settings What to confirm

Analog Amp Assign (signal) Path L1 A09Z2/3A Input Source : CBL/SAT ・Analog input ⇒ Speaker output
(Amp Assign:ZONE2 / ZONE3 - MONO) Input Mode : Auto Height1 L ( ZONE2 MONO )
L2 ***.*dB Sound mode:STEREO Height1 R ( ZONE3 MONO )
fig.09 Z2 Source : Source ・Analog input ⇒ Pre OUT output
Z3 Source : Source ZONE2 L/R MONO
9 Amp assign : 7.1ch + ZONE2/3-MONO ZONE3 L/R MONO
Speaker for ZONE2/3:Height1
Floor Layout : 5ch&SB&FW (b The input source can be switched to any source except CBL/SAT.)
MAIN ZONE ON (b Volume -20dB is the value when Relative settings are used. The value is 60 when Absolute settings are used)
ZONE2 ON
ZONE3 ON
Amp Assign (signal ) Path L1 A11BiAMP Input Source : CBL/SAT ・Analog input ⇒ Speaker output (Surround Back L/R → Front L/R)
(Amp Assign : Bi-AMP) fig.10a Input Mode : Auto Pre OUT, do not need.
L2 ***.*dB Sound mode:MULTI CH STEREO
fig.10b
Amp assign : 7.1ch + Bi-Amp (b The input source can be switched to any source except CBL/SAT.)
Speaker for Bi-Amp:S.Back (b Volume -20dB is the value when Relative settings are used. The value is 60 when Absolute settings are used)
Floor Layout : 5ch
10
Height Sp : 2ch
Dolby Sp : None
Height Layout : Front Height
MAIN ZONE ON
ZONE2 OFF
ZONE3 OFF
Front Height (signal) Path L1 A14FH Input Source : CBL/SAT ・Analog input ⇒ Speaker output
fig.11a Input Mode : Auto Height1 L / R ( Top Front output )
L2 ***.*dB Sound mode:MULTI CH STEREO ・Analog input ⇒ Preout output ( Top Front output Height2 L / R output )
fig.11b
Amp assign:11.1ch Height1 L / R ( Top Front output )
Floor Layout : 5ch&SB Height2 L / R ( Top Rear output )
Height Sp : 4ch (b The input source can be switched to any source except CBL/SAT.)
11 Dolby Sp : None
Height Layout : Top Front & Top Rear ・PREOUT output
Pre-out Channel = Top Rear (b Volume -20dB is the value when Relative settings are used. The value is 60 when Absolute settings are used)
Speaker Select=Floor & Height
MAIN ZONE ON
ZONE2 OFF
ZONE3 OFF
Front Wide (signal) Path L1 A15FW Input Source : CBL/SAT ・Analog input ⇒ Speaker output (Front Wide L/R)
fig.12a Input Mode : Auto ・Analog input ⇒ Preout output (Front Wide L/R, Height 2 L/R (Top Middle))
L2 ***.*dB Sound mode:Multi Ch Stereo (b The input source can be switched to any source except CBL/SAT.)
fig.12b
Vol.:60.0(-20.0dB)
Amp assign:11.1ch ・PREOUT output
Floor Layout : 5ch&FW (b Volume -20dB is the value when Relative settings are used. The value is 60 when Absolute settings are used)
Height Sp : 4ch
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Dolby Sp : None
Height Layout : Front Height & Top Middle
Pre-out channel : Top Middle
Speaker Select = Floor & Height
MAIN ZONE ON
ZONE2 OFF
ZONE3 OFF
7.1ch INPUT (signal) Path L1 A197.1IN Input Source : CBL/SAT ・7.1ch input ⇒ Speaker output (Front L/R, Center, Surround L/R, Surround Back L/R)
fig.13 Input Mode : 7.1Ch In ・7.1ch input ⇒ Pre output (Front L/R, Center, Surround L/R, Surround Back L/R, Subwoofer 1/2)
L2 ***.*dB Amp Assign : 9.1ch
13 Floor Layout : 5ch&SB
Height Sp. : None
Dolby Sp : None
Speaker Config All Speaker=Small/SW=2ch

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Paths to be confirmed Display Settings What to confirm

Front Amp-Front Wide (signal) Path L1 A21FW2 Input Source : CBL/SAT ・Analog input ⇒ Speaker output : Front Wide L/R ( Front Wide signal )
Input Mode:Auto
fig.14a L2 ***.*dB SURROUND mode: Multi ch STEREO (b The input source can be switched to any source except CBL/SAT.)
fig.14b Amp assign:11.1ch (b Volume -20dB is the value when Relative settings are used. The value is 60 when Absolute settings are used)
Floor Layout : 5ch&SB&FW
Height Sp : 2ch
14 Dolby Sp : None
Height Layout : Front Height
Pre-out Channel : Front
Speaker Select : Front
MAIN ZONE ON
ZONE2 OFF
ZONE3 OFF
Wide/Height Amp-Surround Back (signal) L1 A23SB Input Mode:Auto ・Analog input ⇒ Preout output (Surround Back L/R)
Path Sound mode: Multi ch Stereo
L2 ***.*dB Amp assign:7.1ch + ZONE2 (b The input source can be switched to any source except CBL/SAT.)
fig.15a Speakers for ZONE2: Front Wide/Height 2 (b Volume -20dB is the value when Relative settings are used. The value is 60 when Absolute settings are used)
fig.15b Floor Layout : 5ch&SB
Height Sp : 2ch
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Dolby Sp : None
Height Layout : Front Height
Speaker Select : Floor
MAIN ZONE ON
ZONE2 OFF
ZONE3 OFF

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2-1.6. Confirmation items for the video system
See the block diagram fig.XXth.

Paths to be confirmed Display Settings What to confirm

Analog Video through (signal) Path L1 V01VIDEO Input Source : CBL/SAT ・Component input ⇒ Component output
fig.16 Video Convert (IP Scaler) : OFF, All sources ・CVBS input ⇒ CVBS output (MAIN/ZONE2)
1 L2 ***.*dB MAIN ZONE : ON (b The input source can be switched to any source except CBL/SAT.)
ZONE2 : ON
Video Convert L1 V02CONV Input Source : CBL/SAT ・CVBS input ⇒ IP Scaler ⇒ HDMI output.
(Analog or HDMI ⇒ HDMI) fig.17a Video Convert (IP Scaler) : ON, All sources ・Component input ⇒ IP Scaler ⇒ HDMI output.
L2 ***.*dB IP Scaler : "Analog & HDMI", All sources ・HDMI input ⇒ IP Scaler ⇒ HDMI output.
fig.17b
2 Resolution : "Auto", All sources ・ETHERNET input ⇒ IP Scaler ⇒ HDMI output.
MAIN ZONE : ON
ZONE2 : OFF (b The input source can be switched to any source except CBL/SAT.)
ZONE3 : OFF
HDMI through (signal) Path L1 V03HDMI Input Source : CBL/SAT ・HDMI input ⇒ HDMI output(MAIN)
(MAIN ZONE) fig.18 Video Convert (IP Scaler): OFF MAIN ZONE : ON, All sources
3 L2 ***.*dB ZONE2 : OFF (b The input source can be switched to any source except CBL/SAT.)
ZONE3 : OFF
CEC L1 V04CEO Input Source : CBL/SAT ・When the power supply of a TV is put in the standby mode, make sure that the power supply of this unit is also put in the
fig.19 HDMI Control : ON standby mode.
L2 ***.*dB Control Monitor : Monitor1 (HDMI Monitor Out1) ・The ARC path can also be checked (check this using the TV input source).
4
(Control Monitor:HDMI Monitor1) MAIN ZONE : ON
ZONE2 : OFF (b The input source can be switched to any source except CBL/SAT.)
ZONE3 : OFF
HDMI Audio L1 V05H-AVR Input Source : CBL/SAT ・HDMI input (PCM, DolbyDigital, DTS) ⇒ Speaker output.
(Audio :AVR) fig.20a HDMI Control : OFF ・HDMI input(HD audio) ⇒ Speaker output.
L2 ***.*dB
5 fig.20b HDMI Audio : AVR (if checking the audio output from AVR)
fig.20c (b The input source can be switched to any source except CBL/SAT.)

HDMI Audio L1 V06H-TV HDMI Audio : TV (if checking the audio output from TV) ・HDMI input(PCM, DolbyDigital, DTS) ⇒ HDMI output (audio output from connected TV)
(Audio :TV) fig.21a
6 L2 ***.*dB (b The input source can be switched to any source except CBL/SAT.)
fig.21b
OSD L1 V07MENU Input Source : CBL/SAT ・OSD display ⇒ HDMI output.
fig.22 Video Convert (IP Scaler) : ON, All sources
L2 ***.*dB IP Scaler : "Analog & HDMI", All sources (b The input source can be switched to any source except CBL/SAT.)
Resolution : "AUTO", All sources
7
Setup Menu : ON
MAIN ZONE : ON
ZONE2 : OFF
ZONE3 : OFF
HDMI (signal) Path L1 V08Z2HD Input Source : CBL/SAT ・HDMI input (ZONE 2Function) ⇒ HDMI output (ZONE2)
(ZONE2) fig.23 ZONE2 Source : Source
L2 ***.*dB
8 MAIN ZONE : ON (b The input source can be switched to any source except CBL/SAT.)
ZONE2 : ON
ZONE3 : OFF

29
DIAGNOSTIC PATH DIAGRAM

SR7010 ANALOG AUDIO BLOCK


fig.01 R2A15220 HDAM
FL_VOL PREOUT
MAIN_FL RY871
20 PREOUT_FL PREOUT_FL
AUDIO IN MAIN ZONE2 ZONE3 42 DAFL
TONE
FL
78,79 CD 90 EXT_FL 19 PREOUT_FL
CD PREOUT_FR
74,75 BD FR
BLU-RAY PREOUT_FL
70,71 CBL/SAT FR_VOL PREOUT_SW1
MAIN_FR SW1
CBL/SAT 72,73 DVD 22 PREOUT_FR
43 DAFR
TONE PREOUT_SW2
DVD 76,77 MP 91 EXT_FR 23 SW2
82.83 PHONO
MEDIA PREOUT_C
64,65 V.AUX
C
PHONO SW1_VOL
38 DASW1
PREOUT_SL
66,67 TUNER 16 PREOUT_SW1 SL
V.AUX 92 EXT_SW
62,63 MIC
(FRONT) PREOUT_SR
SR
61 DAZ2L PREOUT_SBL
SW2_VOL SBL
39 DASW2
60 DAZ2R 14 PREOUT_SW2
TUNER RY881
93 EXT_SW PREOUT_SBR
59 DAZ3L SBR
U Ver.: HD RADIO 58 DAZ3R
OTHER : A. TUNER PREOUT_FWL
57 DAFL
FW_L
MIC 41 DARSV
RY882
56 DAFR PREOUT_FWR
10 FW_R
11
MIC PREOUT_FHL

EXT_BUS
H1_L

DA_BUS
OPEN RY883
PREOUT_FHR
C_VOL
H1_R
88,89 40 DAC

94 EXT_C 8 PREOUT_C H2_L


7
ADC
H2_R
53,54
RY884 RY885 RY886

SL_VOL
36 DASL
100 PREOUT_SL
96 EXT_SL
99

ZONE2 L
DIGITAL AUDIO BLOCK_C1

Z2
46,47
SR_VOL
ZONE2 R
37 DASR
2 PREOUT_SR
ADINL Z3 97 EXT_SR
3
ZONE3 L
32,33
ADINR
ZONE3 R

H/P OUT
DAFL ATT.
DAFR HPL
ZONE3 HPR
DAC 32
POWER AMP PART GND
TONE
DASW1 29
DASW2 31
DARSV
HPF
33
SPEAKER
DASL MONO MONO VOL IC 29dB
DASR
DAASSIGN1L
MIX MIX
1
NJW1194V
R2A15220 RY921
FL
TONE
4 20
DAASSIGN1R 29dB
2
DAASSIGN2L HPF TONE 19 AMPIN_FL/FR FR
3 32,33
DAASSIGN2R
DAASSIGN3L C RY922
AMPIN_FWL/FWR 29dB
DAASSIGN3R C
32 ZONE2 22 46,47
TONE
29 TONE 23 SL
29dB
DAZ2L HPF
31
OPEN
SL
33 RY923
DAZ2R 53,54
MONO MONO VOL IC SR
FWL_VOL 29dB
MIX MIX NJW1194V 38 DAASSIGN2L
SR
DAZ3L 1 16 PREOUT_FWL
DAZ3R 4
TONE 92 PREOUT_FL RY924
AMPIN_SBL/SBR RY929
2 29dB
HPF
3 RY927 SBL
88,89
FWR_VOL
39 DAASSIGN2R
14 PREOUT_FWR 29dB
93 PREOUT_FR SBR
7.1ch EXT. IN
RY928
FL FHL_VOL RY932
40 DAASSIGN3L
29dB
FR 94 PREOUT_FL 10 PREOUT_FHL RY925 FW_L/H2_L
56,57 PRE FL/FR
11
C
58,59 PRE SL/SR 29dB
SW FW_R/H2_R
60,61 PRE C

SL FHR_VOL 66,67 PRE SBL/SBR


41 DAASSIGN3R

SR 95 PREOUT_FR 8 PREOUT_FHR 68,69 PRE FHL/FHR


H1_L
7 70,71 PRE FWL/FWR RY926
SBL

SBR H1_R
SBL_VOL
36 DAASSIGN1L
100 PREOUT_SBL
96 PREOUT_FL
99
45 EXT_SBL
73 PREOUT Z3L

72 PREOUT Z3R

75 PREOUT Z2L
SBR_VOL
37 DAASSIGN1R
2 PREOUT_SBR 74 PREOUT Z2R
97 PREOUT_FR
3 76
44 EXT_SBR
77

30
SR7010 ANALOG AUDIO BLOCK
fig.02a R2A15220 HDAM
FL_VOL PREOUT
MAIN_FL RY871
20 PREOUT_FL PREOUT_FL
AUDIO IN MAIN ZONE2 ZONE3 42 DAFL
TONE
FL
78,79 CD 90 EXT_FL 19 PREOUT_FL
CD PREOUT_FR
74,75 BD FR
BLU-RAY PREOUT_FL
70,71 CBL/SAT FR_VOL PREOUT_SW1
MAIN_FR SW1
CBL/SAT 72,73 DVD 22 PREOUT_FR
43 DAFR
TONE PREOUT_SW2
DVD 76,77 MP 91 EXT_FR 23 SW2
82.83 PHONO
MEDIA PREOUT_C
64,65 V.AUX
C
PHONO SW1_VOL
38 DASW1
PREOUT_SL
66,67 TUNER 16 PREOUT_SW1 SL
V.AUX 92 EXT_SW
62,63 MIC
(FRONT) PREOUT_SR
SR
61 DAZ2L PREOUT_SBL
SW2_VOL SBL
39 DASW2
60 DAZ2R 14 PREOUT_SW2
TUNER RY881
93 EXT_SW PREOUT_SBR
59 DAZ3L SBR
U Ver.: HD RADIO 58 DAZ3R
OTHER : A. TUNER PREOUT_FWL
57 DAFL
FW_L
MIC 41 DARSV
RY882
56 DAFR PREOUT_FWR
10 FW_R
11
MIC PREOUT_FHL

EXT_BUS
H1_L

DA_BUS
OPEN RY883
PREOUT_FHR
C_VOL
H1_R
88,89 40 DAC

94 EXT_C 8 PREOUT_C H2_L


7
ADC
H2_R
53,54
RY884 RY885 RY886

SL_VOL
36 DASL
100 PREOUT_SL
96 EXT_SL
99

ZONE2 L
DIGITAL AUDIO BLOCK_C1

Z2
46,47
SR_VOL
ZONE2 R
37 DASR
2 PREOUT_SR
ADINL Z3 97 EXT_SR
3
ZONE3 L
32,33
ADINR
ZONE3 R

H/P OUT
DAFL ATT.
DAFR HPL
ZONE3 HPR
DAC 32
POWER AMP PART GND
TONE
DASW1 29
DASW2 31
DARSV
HPF
33
SPEAKER
DASL MONO MONO VOL IC 29dB
DASR
DAASSIGN1L
MIX MIX
1
NJW1194V
R2A15220 RY921
FL
TONE
4 20
DAASSIGN1R 29dB
2
DAASSIGN2L HPF TONE 19 AMPIN_FL/FR FR
3 32,33
DAASSIGN2R
DAASSIGN3L C RY922
AMPIN_FWL/FWR 29dB
DAASSIGN3R C
32 ZONE2 22 46,47
TONE
29 TONE 23 SL
29dB
DAZ2L HPF
31
OPEN
SL
33 RY923
DAZ2R 53,54
MONO MONO VOL IC SR
FWL_VOL 29dB
MIX MIX NJW1194V 38 DAASSIGN2L
SR
DAZ3L 1 16 PREOUT_FWL
DAZ3R 4
TONE 92 PREOUT_FL RY924
AMPIN_SBL/SBR RY929
2 29dB
HPF
3 RY927 SBL
88,89
FWR_VOL
39 DAASSIGN2R
14 PREOUT_FWR 29dB
93 PREOUT_FR SBR
7.1ch EXT. IN
RY928
FL FHL_VOL RY932
40 DAASSIGN3L
29dB
FR 94 PREOUT_FL 10 PREOUT_FHL RY925 FW_L/H2_L
56,57 PRE FL/FR
11
C
58,59 PRE SL/SR 29dB
SW FW_R/H2_R
60,61 PRE C

SL FHR_VOL 66,67 PRE SBL/SBR


41 DAASSIGN3R

SR 95 PREOUT_FR 8 PREOUT_FHR 68,69 PRE FHL/FHR


H1_L
7 70,71 PRE FWL/FWR RY926
SBL

SBR H1_R
SBL_VOL
36 DAASSIGN1L
100 PREOUT_SBL
96 PREOUT_FL
99
45 EXT_SBL
73 PREOUT Z3L

72 PREOUT Z3R

75 PREOUT Z2L
SBR_VOL
37 DAASSIGN1R
2 PREOUT_SBR 74 PREOUT Z2R
97 PREOUT_FR
3 76
44 EXT_SBR
77

31
Except SR6010

SR6010/SR7010/AV7702MK2 DIGITAL AUDIO BLOCK

(From/To MAIN CPU)

(From MAIN CPU)


DIRRST
#146
Except SR6010 DIRCE

#128
#143
DIRDIN
#141

ADCRST
fig.02b
DIRDOUT
#144
Z3DIRSPDIF DIRCLK
#145
Z2DIRSPDIF

#9(LEVEL_CHG), N4(V.PLD)
#3(LEVEL_CHG), P3(V.PLD)

(From LEVEL_CHG)
24.576MHz

(To Z3 DAC #10)

(To Z2 DAC #10)

13
COAX.0 37 14 DATAAD

(To MAIN CPU)

15
16

34
26
24
23
25
9 ADINL
ZONE3 ZONE2
COAX.1
OPT.0
35
33 MAIN 13 DIRSLRCK
10 ADC
2

DEMPZ3

DEMPZ2
#7(LEVEL_CHG)
DIGTAL IN
DIR

#L6 (To V.PLD)


12 DIRSBCK
DIR DIR OPT.1 32 12 ADINR
BCOSPDIF 31 11 DIRSMCK 1

6 LC89091JA-H 6 LC89091JA-H Z2HDMISPDIF 28 PCM9211PTR 47 ADIN_L


11
AK5358BET

#102
#104
30,29

#14
#12
#16

#89
OPT.0 48 ADIN_R Only SR6010

10
13

10
11
12

13

10
11
12

20
19
18
17
7
8
9
9

3
4

3
4

2
1
OPT1(TV) #33
OPT.1
#32 (To MAIN DIR)
COAX.0

DIRAUXDATA
DIRAUXLRCK
DIRAUXMCK
#37

DIRAUXBCK
Z3DIRnPCM

Z2DIRnPCM
Z3DIRDATA

Z2DIRDATA

HDMISPDIF
Z3DIRPERR

Z2DIRPERR
Z3DIRLRCK

Z2DIRLRCK
Z3DIRMCK

Z2DIRMCK
Z2PLDAERR

Z3PLDAERR
TDO1_TDI2

Z3DIRBCK

Z2DIRBCK

DIRXMCK
JTAG_TMS

DIRnPCM
DIRDATA
OPT2(CD) COAX.1

JTAG_TCK

DIRPERR
DIRLRCK
JTAG_TDI

PLDAERR
APLD_CK
APLD_CS

DIRMCK
APLD_DI

DIRBCK
#35

ANALOG AUDIO BLOCK_B6


COAX1(CBL/SAT)

18/31 DAFL
COAX2(DVD)

L6

L2
M5

M1

G2

K14
H14

H16
H15

H12
K15
K16
N4

G1
F1

L16

L15

L14
L13
P3

E3

G16
G15
G14

J16
J15
J14
J12

N15
N16
M15
M16
F16
F15

(From MAINCPU)
DACRST
#101 48/15 19/32
DACMS
23/29 DAFR
#100 15/22
DACMDI
22/30
#98 13/20 MAIN DAC1
DACMC 24/35 DAC
#99 14/21 PIN NO :
25/36
AK4458/PCM1690
ANT1 DACMCK
29/33 DASW1
P5 1/14
28/34
DACBCK
ANT2 N5 2/7 38/43 DASW2
DACLRCK

(7010/7702A)
P4 3/6 39/44

PCM1690
BCOSPDIF

AK4458
DZF1

(6010)
to MAIN DIR #31 P7 11/16
43/41 DARSV
DACPCMF
42/42
BCOMCK P2 4/11

CY920 BCOBCK_SCK
J1
J2
R1
DACPCMCSW1

DACPCMSW2RSV
5/10
32/39

33/40
DASL

USBD- BCOLRCK N1 7/8


37/37 DASR
NETWORKED MEDIA
USB

H1 DACPCMS
BCODATA_DSDL N3 6/9
USBD+ H2
36/38
BCODSDR 18/35 DAASSIGN1L

RX+/- MODULE K3
48/15 19/36
ETHERNET

23/33 DAASSIGN1R
15/22
MAIN DAC2 22/34
TX+/- 13/20
PIN NO : 24/39 DAASSIGN2L
14/21
AK4458/PCM1690 25/40
RJ-45 with Transformer
29/37 DAASSIGN2R
DACMCK
1/14
28/38
IPOD AUTH. SERIAL FLASH DACBCK
2/7
23671011050AS 256M

(7010/7702A)
DACLRCK

PCM1690
3/6

AK4458

(6010)
(MFI337S3959) MX25L25635FMI-10G DZF2 32/43 DAASSIGN3L
P6 11/16
DACPCMASSIGN1 33/44
920VD0~7 N2 4/10
37/41 DAASSIGN3R
DACPCMASSIGN2
920PCK M2 5/9
36/42
DACPCMASSIGN3(SR7010/AV7702)
M3 6/8
SR7010/AV7702mk2
Z2HDMISPDIF
HDMI BLOCK_A6

to MAIN DIR #28


Z2DACMCK
R16 12
Z2DACBCK
RXMCK/DSDMCK
A2
R12
Z2DACLRCK
13
ZONE2
AUDIO PLD
RXBCK/DSDBCK P12 15 DAZ2L
RXLRCK/DSD5
A4
N12
Z2DACDATA
14 DAC 6
7
DAZ2R
RXI2S0/DSD1
B3
B4
R14
Z2DACMUTE
DEMPZ2
17 PCM5100
RXI2S1/DSD2 10

5M570ZF256C5N
C2 (From Z2 DIR #6)
RXI2S2/DSD3
C3
RXI2S3/DSD4 Z3DACMCK
C4 T15 12
Z3DACBCK
RXSPDIF/DSD0
B1
T12
R13
Z3DACLRCK
13
15
ZONE3 DAZ3L
P13
Z3DACDATA
14 DAC 6
7
DAZ3R
RXINT0
D4 T13
Z3DACMUTE
DEMPZ3
17 PCM5100
TO MainCPU #147 10
(From Z3 DIR #6)
Except SR6010
TXBCK
K1
TXLRCK
K2
TXI2S0 CSCKIN
L1 M13 5
CSCKOUT JITTER REDUCER
Z2_HAINT N14 3
E1 CSREFIN
N13 7
CSCLOCK CS210010-CZZR
M14 4
D11

D12
D16

D15

D14
D13

R11

R10
A10
A12

A11

A15
A13
C11

C10

C15

C14
C13
B10
B11

B14

B16

B13
B12

T10

T11
E15

E16
E13

E14

P11

P10
F13

F14

R7

R5

R6

R8

R4

R9
R3
C6
A6
C7
C8
A8
A7

C5
A5

A9
B5
B8
B6

B9

T4

T6

T7

T8

T9

T5
P9

P8

DSP4OUTSW2RSV
DSP1INRSV_SW

DSP4OUTCSW1
DSP3OUTCSW1
DSP1INRSV_FR

DSP3OUTRSV1

DSP3OUTRSV1
DSP2OUTLRCK

DSP4OUTLRCK
DSP3OUTLRCK
DSP1INSWC_C

DSP2OUTCSW
DSP1INSB_SR

DSP2OUTBCK

DSP4OUTBCK
DSP3OUTBCK
DSP2OUTFW

DSP3OUTFW

DSP4OUTFW
DSP3INRSV1

DSP3INRSV1
DSP1INLRCK

DSP3INLRCK

DSP4INLRCK
DSP2OUTFH

DSP3OUTFH

DSP4OUTFH
DSP1INS_SL

DSP2OUTSB

DSP3OUTSB

DSP4OUTSB
DSP1INF_FL

DSP3INCSW

DSP4INCSW
DSP1INMCK

DSP2INMCK

DSP3INMCK

DSP4INMCK
DSP1FLAG3

DSP2FLAG3

DSP4FLAG3
DSP3FLAG3
DSP1INBCK

DSP3INBCK

DSP4INBCK
DSP2OUTS

DSP4OUTS
DSP3OUTS
DSP2OUTF

DSP4OUTF
DSP3OUTF

DSP4INFW
DSP3INFW
DSP3INFH

DSP4INFH
DSP3INSB

DSP4INSB
DSP1INLR

DSP3INS

DSP4INS
DSP3INF

DSP4INF
DSP2INRSV2 76
92
75
97

95
74

77
55

DSP1OUTBCK 98
DSP1OUTLRCK 99
DSP1OUTF 86
DSP1OUTCSW 94
DSP1OUTS 73
DSP1OUTSB 88
DSP1OUTFH 89
DSP1OUTFW 96
DSP1OUTRSV1 87

DSP2INFW_SW 55
DSP2INFH 77

DSP2INS 74
DSP2INCSW 95

DSP2INLRCK 97
DSP2INBCK 75
92
98
99
86
94
73
88
89
96

92
75
97
87
86
77
76
73
74
55

98
99

89

94
88
96
95

92
75
97
87
86
77
76
73
74
55

98
99

89

94
88
96
95
DSP1OUTRSV2 76
103
100

101

138

DSP2INRSV1 103

DSP2INSB 101

DSP2INF 100

138

103

100

138

103

101
100

138
3rd DSP 4th DSP
ADSP21487KSWZ-4B(400MHz) ADSP21487KSWZ-4B(400MHz)
1st DSP 2nd DSP
ADSP21487KSWZ-4B(400MHz) ADSP21487KSWZ-4B(400MHz) DSPMOSI(#51)
DSPMISO(#52)
DSPMOSI(#51)
DSPMISO(#52)
DSPMOSI(#51) DSPMOSI(#51) DSPICLK(#53) DSPICLK(#53)
DSPMISO(#52) DSPMISO(#52)
173

134

173

134

173

134

173

134
DSPICLK(#53)
54

54

54

54
DSPICLK(#53)
DSP1FLAG0

DSP2FLAG0

DSP2FLAG3

DSP3FLAG0

DSP4FLAG0
DSP2_ICS

DSP3_ICS

DSP4_ICS
DSP_RST

DSP_RST

DSP_RST

DSP_RST
25MHz 25MHz 25MHz 25MHz
DSP_ICS

SDRAM FLASH SDRAM SERIAL FLASH SDRAM SERIAL FLASH SDRAM SERIAL FLASH
256M 16M 256M 16M 256M 16M 256M 16M
A3V56S40GTP-60 MX25L1606EM2I-12G A3V56S40GTP-60 MX25L1606EM2I-12G A3V56S40GTP-60 MX25L1606EM2I-12G A3V56S40GTP-60 MX25L1606EM2I-12G
#86

#93

#86
#86

#88

#86

#91
#82

#83

#84

#85
#148
#176

(From/To MainCPU) (From/To MainCPU) (From/To MainCPU) (From/To MainCPU)

32
SR7010 ANALOG AUDIO BLOCK
fig.03a R2A15220 HDAM
FL_VOL PREOUT
MAIN_FL RY871
20 PREOUT_FL PREOUT_FL
AUDIO IN MAIN ZONE2 ZONE3 42 DAFL
TONE
FL
78,79 CD 90 EXT_FL 19 PREOUT_FL
CD PREOUT_FR
74,75 BD FR
BLU-RAY PREOUT_FL
70,71 CBL/SAT FR_VOL PREOUT_SW1
MAIN_FR SW1
CBL/SAT 72,73 DVD 22 PREOUT_FR
43 DAFR
TONE PREOUT_SW2
DVD 76,77 MP 91 EXT_FR 23 SW2
82.83 PHONO
MEDIA PREOUT_C
64,65 V.AUX
C
PHONO SW1_VOL
38 DASW1
PREOUT_SL
66,67 TUNER 16 PREOUT_SW1 SL
V.AUX 92 EXT_SW
62,63 MIC
(FRONT) PREOUT_SR
SR
61 DAZ2L PREOUT_SBL
SW2_VOL SBL
39 DASW2
60 DAZ2R 14 PREOUT_SW2
TUNER RY881
93 EXT_SW PREOUT_SBR
59 DAZ3L SBR
U Ver.: HD RADIO 58 DAZ3R
OTHER : A. TUNER PREOUT_FWL
57 DAFL
FW_L
MIC 41 DARSV
RY882
56 DAFR PREOUT_FWR
10 FW_R
11
MIC PREOUT_FHL

EXT_BUS
H1_L

DA_BUS
OPEN RY883
PREOUT_FHR
C_VOL
H1_R
88,89 40 DAC

94 EXT_C 8 PREOUT_C H2_L


7
ADC
H2_R
53,54
RY884 RY885 RY886

SL_VOL
36 DASL
100 PREOUT_SL
96 EXT_SL
99

ZONE2 L
DIGITAL AUDIO BLOCK_C1

Z2
46,47
SR_VOL
ZONE2 R
37 DASR
2 PREOUT_SR
ADINL Z3 97 EXT_SR
3
ZONE3 L
32,33
ADINR
ZONE3 R

H/P OUT
DAFL ATT.
DAFR HPL
ZONE3 HPR
DAC 32
POWER AMP PART GND
TONE
DASW1 29
DASW2 31
DARSV
HPF
33
SPEAKER
DASL MONO MONO VOL IC 29dB
DASR
DAASSIGN1L
MIX MIX
1
NJW1194V
R2A15220 RY921
FL
TONE
4 20
DAASSIGN1R 29dB
2
DAASSIGN2L HPF TONE 19 AMPIN_FL/FR FR
3 32,33
DAASSIGN2R
DAASSIGN3L C RY922
AMPIN_FWL/FWR 29dB
DAASSIGN3R C
32 ZONE2 22 46,47
TONE
29 TONE 23 SL
29dB
DAZ2L HPF
31
OPEN
SL
33 RY923
DAZ2R 53,54
MONO MONO VOL IC SR
FWL_VOL 29dB
MIX MIX NJW1194V 38 DAASSIGN2L
SR
DAZ3L 1 16 PREOUT_FWL
DAZ3R 4
TONE 92 PREOUT_FL RY924
AMPIN_SBL/SBR RY929
2 29dB
HPF
3 RY927 SBL
88,89
FWR_VOL
39 DAASSIGN2R
14 PREOUT_FWR 29dB
93 PREOUT_FR SBR
7.1ch EXT. IN
RY928
FL FHL_VOL RY932
40 DAASSIGN3L
29dB
FR 94 PREOUT_FL 10 PREOUT_FHL RY925 FW_L/H2_L
56,57 PRE FL/FR
11
C
58,59 PRE SL/SR 29dB
SW FW_R/H2_R
60,61 PRE C

SL FHR_VOL 66,67 PRE SBL/SBR


41 DAASSIGN3R

SR 95 PREOUT_FR 8 PREOUT_FHR 68,69 PRE FHL/FHR


H1_L
7 70,71 PRE FWL/FWR RY926
SBL

SBR H1_R
SBL_VOL
36 DAASSIGN1L
100 PREOUT_SBL
96 PREOUT_FL
99
45 EXT_SBL
73 PREOUT Z3L

72 PREOUT Z3R

75 PREOUT Z2L
SBR_VOL
37 DAASSIGN1R
2 PREOUT_SBR 74 PREOUT Z2R
97 PREOUT_FR
3 76
44 EXT_SBR
77

33
Except SR6010

SR6010/SR7010/AV7702MK2 DIGITAL AUDIO BLOCK

(From/To MAIN CPU)

(From MAIN CPU)


DIRRST
#146
Except SR6010 DIRCE

#128
#143
DIRDIN
#141

ADCRST
fig.03b
DIRDOUT
#144
Z3DIRSPDIF DIRCLK
#145
Z2DIRSPDIF

#9(LEVEL_CHG), N4(V.PLD)
#3(LEVEL_CHG), P3(V.PLD)

(From LEVEL_CHG)
24.576MHz

(To Z3 DAC #10)

(To Z2 DAC #10)

13
COAX.0 37 14 DATAAD

(To MAIN CPU)

15
16

34
26
24
23
25
9 ADINL
ZONE3 ZONE2
COAX.1
OPT.0
35
33 MAIN 13 DIRSLRCK
10 ADC
2

DEMPZ3

DEMPZ2
#7(LEVEL_CHG)
DIGTAL IN
DIR

#L6 (To V.PLD)


12 DIRSBCK
DIR DIR OPT.1 32 12 ADINR
BCOSPDIF 31 11 DIRSMCK 1

6 LC89091JA-H 6 LC89091JA-H Z2HDMISPDIF 28 PCM9211PTR 47 ADIN_L


11
AK5358BET

#102
#104
30,29

#14
#12
#16

#89
OPT.0 48 ADIN_R Only SR6010