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XL-55/55C

SERVICE MANUAL
No. S1308XL55////

MICRO COMPONENT SYSTEM

MODEL XL-55
XL- 55 Micro Component System consisting of XL- 55 (main unit)
and CP- XL55 (speaker system).

MODEL XL-55C
XL- 55C Micro Component System consisting of XL- 55C (main
Illustration XL-55
unit) and CP- XL55 (speaker system).

• In the interests of user-safety the set should be restored to its original


condition and only parts identical to those specified should be used.

CONTENTS
Page
IMPORTANT SERVICE NOTES (FOR U.S.A. ONLY) ..................................................................................................... 2
SPECIFICATIONS ............................................................................................................................................................ 2
NAMES OF PARTS .......................................................................................................................................................... 3
DISASSEMBLY ................................................................................................................................................................. 4
REMOVING AND REINSTALLING THE MAIN PARTS .................................................................................................... 5
ADJUSTMENT .................................................................................................................................................................. 7
TEST MODE ..................................................................................................................................................................... 8
ERROR LIST .................................................................................................................................................................. 12
NOTES ON SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ............................................................................................................................. 13
TYPES OF TRANSISTOR AND LED .............................................................................................................................. 13
BLOCK DIAGRAM .......................................................................................................................................................... 14
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ................................................................................................................................................. 18
WIRING SIDE OF P.W.BOARD ...................................................................................................................................... 25
WAVEFORMS OF CD CIRCUIT ..................................................................................................................................... 30
TROUBLESHOOTING .................................................................................................................................................... 31
FUNCTION TABLE OF IC .............................................................................................................................................. 37
LCD SEGMENT .............................................................................................................................................................. 44
PARTS GUIDE/EXPLODED VIEW
PACKING OF THE SET (FOR U.S.A. ONLY)

This document has been published to be used


SHARP CORPORATION
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for after sales service only.
The contents are subject to change without notice.
XL-55/55C
FOR A COMPLETE DESCRIPTION OF THE OPERATION OF THIS UNIT, PLEASE REFER
TO THE OPERATION MANUAL.

IMPORTANT SERVICE NOTES (FOR U.S.A. ONLY)


BEFORE RETURNING THE AUDIO PRODUCT
(Fire & Shock Hazard)
Before returning the audio product to the user, perform the following
safety checks.
1. Inspect all lead dress to make certain that leads are not pinched VTVM
or that hardware is not lodged between the chassis and other metal AC SCALE
parts in the audio product.
2. Inspect all protective devices such as insulating materials, cabinet,
terminal board, adjustment and compartment covers or shields, 1.5k ohms
mechanical insulators etc. 10W
3. To be sure that no shock hazard exists, check for leakage current
in the following manner.
* Plug the AC line cord directly into a 120 volt AC outlet.
* Using two clip leads, connect a 1.5k ohm, 10 watt resistor paralleled 0.15 µ F
by a 0.15µF capacitor in series with all exposed metal cabinet TEST PROBE CONNECT TO
parts and a known earth ground, such as conduit or electrical TO EXPOSED
KNOWN EARTH
ground connected to earth ground. METAL PARTS
GROUND
* Use a VTVM or VOM with 1000 ohm per volt, or higher, sensitivity
to measure the AC voltage drop across the resistor (See diagram). All check must be repeated with the AC line cord plug connection
* Connect the resistor connection to all exposed metal parts having reversed.
a return path to the chassis (antenna, metal cabinet, screw heads, Any reading of 0.3 volt RMS (this corresponds to 0.2 milliamp. AC.)
knobs and control shafts, escutcheon, etc.) and measure the AC or more is excessive and indicates a potential shock hazard which
voltage drop across the resistor. must be corrected before returning the audio product to the owner.

SPECIFICATIONS
■ General ■ CD player
Power source AC 120 V, 60 Hz Type Compact disc player
Power 48 W Signal readout Non-contact, 3-beam semiconductor laser
consumption pickup
Dimensions Width: 6-5/16" (160 mm) D/A converter 1-bit D/A converter
Height: 9-1/2" (240 mm)
Depth: 11-11/16" (296 mm) Frequency 20 - 20,000 Hz
response
Weight 7.9 lbs. (3.6 kg)
Dynamic range 90 dB (1 kHz)
■ Amplifier (Except for Canada)
■ Cassette deck
Output power 20 watts minimum RMS per channel into 4
ohms from 100 Hz to 20 kHz, 10% total har- Frequency 50 - 14,000 Hz (normal tape)
monic distortion response
Output terminals Speakers: 4 ohms Signal/noise ratio 50 dB (recording/playback)
Headphones: 16 - 50 ohms (recommended: Wow and flutter 0.25 % (WRMS)
32 ohms)
CD digital output (optical)
■ Speaker
Type 2-way type speaker system
Subwoofer (Audio signal): 500 mV/47 k
ohms Tweeter
Input terminals Video/Auxiliary (audio signal): 500 mV/47 k 4" (10 cm) Woofer
ohms
Maximum input 40 W
■ Amplifier (For Canada) power

Output power RMS: 40 W (20 W + 20 W) (10 % T.H.D.) Rated input power 20 W

Output terminals Speakers: 4 ohms Impedance 4 ohms

Headphones: 16 - 50 ohms (recommended: Dimensions Width: 6-5/16" (160 mm)


32 ohms) Height: 9-1/2" (240 mm)
Depth: 7-7/8" (200 mm)
CD digital output (optical)
Weight 4.7 lbs. (2.1 kg)/each
Subwoofer (Audio signal): 500 mV/47 k
ohms
Input terminals Video/Auxiliary (audio signal): 500 mV/47 k
ohms

■ Tuner
Frequency range FM: 87.5 - 108 MHz Specifications for this model are subject to change without
AM: 530 - 1,720 kHz prior notice.

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NAMES OF PARTS
1 1. CD Compartment
2 2. CD Eject Button
3. Volume Control
4. Cassette Compartment
5. Headphone Jack
6 7 8 9 6. Power On/Stand-by Button
3 7. Function Selector Button
8. CD or Tape Stop, Tuning Down Button
9. CD Play or Pause, Tape Play,
4 Tuning Up Button
10. Bass/Treble Selector Button
11. Memory/Set Button
10 11 12 13 14 12. Tape Record Pause Button
13. CD Track Down or Fast Reverse, Tape Rewind,
Tuner Preset Down Button
14. CD Track Up or Fast Forward, Tape Fast Forward,
5 Tuner Preset Up Button
15 16 17 18 19 20 15. Timer Play Indicator
16. Tape Record Indicator
17. Sleep Indicator
23 21 18. CD Random Play Indicator
19. Memory Indicator
24 22 20. FM Stereo Mode Indicator
21. FM Stereo Receiving Indicator
25 22. Surround Indicator
23. CD Play Indicator
27 24. CD Repeat Play Indicator
28
25. CD Digital Output Jack
29 26. AC Power Input Jack
26 30 27. FM/AM Loop Antenna Jack
28. Video/Auxiliary (Audio Signal) Input Jacks
29. Subwoofer Output Jack
30. Speaker Terminals

1. Tweeter
2. Woofer
3. Speaker Wire

1 Speaker grilles are removable:


Make sure nothing comes into contact with the
speaker diaphragms when you remove the
3 speaker grilles.
2

4
5 4. Remote Control Transmitter
18 5. Clock Button
6 19 6. Power On/Stand-by Button
7 20 7. CD Button
8 21 8. Tuner and Band Selector Button
22 9. Clear Button
9 10. Memory Button
10 23 11. CD Track Down, Tuner Preset Down Button
11 24 12. CD Fast Reverse, Tuning Down,
25 Tape Rewind Button
12 13. CD or Tape Play Button
13 26 14. Surround Button
14 27 15. CD or Tape Stop Button
15 16. Volume Up and Down Buttons
17. Bass Up and Down Buttons
16 18. Timer Button
17 28 19. Sleep Button
20. Video/Auxiliary Button
21. Tape Button
22. Repeat Button
23. Random Button
24. CD Track Up, Tuner Preset Up Button
25. CD Fast Forward, Tuning Up,
Buttons with " " mark in the illustration can be operated on the re- Tape Fast Forward Button
mote control only. 26. Tape Record Pause Button
27. CD Pause Button
28. Treble Up and Down Buttons

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DISASSEMBLY
Caution on Disassembly (C2)x2
Main PWB ø3x10mm
Follow the below-mentioned notes when disassembling (D2)x1
the unit and reassembling it, to keep it safe and ensure
(D1)x1 Rear Panel
excellent performance: ø3x10mm
1. Take cassette tape and compact disc out of the unit.
2. Be sure to remove the power supply plug from the wall
outlet before starting to disassemble the unit.
3. Take off nylon bands or wire holders where they need to
be removed when disassembling the unit. After servicing
the unit, be sure to rearrange the leads where they were
(D3)x1
before disassembling.
4. Take sufficient care on static electricity of integrated Power Amp. PWB
circuits and other circuits when servicing.
Power PWB

STEP REMOVAL PROCEDURE FIGURE Figure 4-2


1 Top Cabinet 1. Screw .................. (A1) x5 4-1
(E2)x2
2. Socket ................. (A2) x2 4-1,3
(E3)x1
2 Side Panel(Left/Right) 1. Screw .................. (B1) x4 4-1 Tape (E1)x1
Mechanism ø3x10mm
3 Rear Panel 1. Screw .................. (C1) x2 4-1 PWB
2. Screw .................. (C2) x2 4-2 Headphones
4 Power Amp. PWB 1. Screw .................. (D1) x1 4-2 PWB
2. Socket ................. (D2) x1 (E1)x1
ø3x10mm
3. Socket ................. (D3) x1
5 Main PWB/ 1. Screw .................. (E1) x4 4-3 Main PWB
Headphones PWB 2. Socket ................. (E2) x4
3. Socket ................. (E3) x1 (E1)x1
(E2)x2 ø3x10mm
6 Front Panel 1. Screw .................. (F1) x2 4-4
2. Socket ................. (F2) x2 (A2)x1 (E1)x1
7 Power PWB 1. Screw .................. (G1) x2 4-4 Power PWB ø3x10mm
2. Shield Cover ....... (G2) x1
3. Screw .................. (G3) x5 Figure 4-3
8 Tape Mechanism 1. Screw .................. (H1) x4 4-5 (F2)x1 (G1)x2
ø3x6mm
9 Display PWB 1. Knob .................... (J1) x1 4-5 Front Panel
2. Screw .................. (J2) x8 (G2)x1
Shield
10 CD PWB(Note)/ 1. Screw .................. (K1) x4 5-1 Cover
(F2)x1
Open Close Switch PWB 2. Screw .................. (K2) x2
Jack PWB 3. Socket ................. (K3) x3 Bracket,
11 CD Mechanism 1. Screw .................. (L1) x3 5-2 (G3)x4 Shield Cover
Power ø4x10mm
Note: PWB
After removing the connector for the optical pickup from the
connector, wrap the conductive aluminium foil around the front end
of the connector so as to protect the optical pickup from electro-
static damage. (F1)x1
ø3x10mm
(F1)x1 (G3)x1
(A1)x1 ø3x10mm
Top Cabinet ø3x10mm ø3x10mm
(A2)x1 Figure 4-4
CD PWB

(B1)x2 Front Panel Display PWB


(A1)x1 ø3x10mm
ø3x10mm (J2)x8
(A1)x1 (J1)x1 ø2.6x10mm
ø3x10mm
(A1)x2
ø3x10mm
Side Panel Tape
(Right) (C1)x1
ø3x10mm Mechanism
Open
Side Panel
(Lift)
(B1)x2 (C1)x1
ø3x10mm ø3x10mm Cassette
Rear Panel Holder
(H1)x4
Figure 4-1 ø2.6x10mm
Figure 4-5
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(K1)x4
ø2.4x10mm
CD PWB (L1)x3
ø2.6x10mm
(K2)x1
ø2.6x10mm (K2)x1
ø2.6x10mm Top Cabinet
Open/Close
Top Cabinet Switch PWB

(K3)x1

(K3)x2 CD Mechanism CD Mechanism


Jack
PWB
Figure 5-1 Figure 5-2

REMOVING AND REINSTALLING THE MAIN PARTS


TAPE MECHANISM SECTION (A2)x1 (A2)x1
Perform steps 1 to 6 and 8 of the disassembly method to ø2x7mm ø2x3mm
remove the tape mechanism. (See page 4.)
(A1)x2
ø2x8mm
How to remove the record / playback and erase
heads (See Fig. 5-3.)
1. Remove the screws (A1) x 2 pcs., to remove the erase
head.
2. Remove the screws (A2) x 2 pcs., to remove the record/
Erase Head
playback head.
Note: Record/
After replacing the heads and performing the azimuth Playback Head
adjustment, be sure to apply screwlock. Figure 5-3

How to remove the pinch roller (See Fig. 5-4.)


1. Carefully bend the pinch roller pawl in the direction of the
arrow <A>, and remove the pinch roller (B1) x 1 pc.,
upwards.

<A>
Pinch Roller Pinch Roller
(B1)x1 Pawl
Figure 5-4

How to remove the belts (See Fig. 5-5.)


1. Remove the main belt (C1) x 1 pc., from the motor pulley.
2. Remove the FF/REW belt (C2) x 1 pc., from the REW/FF Motor
Main Belt
roller. (C1)x1
3. Put on the belts in the reverse order of removal.
Note:
When putting on the belt, ascertain that the belt is not twisted, REW/FF
and clean it. Clutch
FF/REW Belt
(C2)x1
Figure 5-5

How to remove the motor (D2)x3


(D1)x1 Special
(See Fig. 5-6.) ø2x4mm Screw
Motor
1. Remove the main belt.
Motor
2. Remove the screws (D1) x 2 pcs., to remove the motor Bracket
bracket.
3. Remove the screws (D2) x 3 pcs., to remove the motor.
Note:
When mounting the motor, pay attention to the motor mounting
angle.
(D1)x1 Motor
ø2x4mm
Figure 5-6
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How to remove the flywheel (See Fig. 6-1.) (E1)x1
Stop Washer
1. Remove the belt. Mechanism
Chassis
2. Remove the stop washer (E1) x 1 pc., with a small precision Driver
Stop
screwdriver to extract the flywheel from the capstan metal. Washer
Note: Washerx2
When the stop washer is deformed or damaged, replace it
with a new one. Flywheel

How to reinstall the parts


Install each part in the reverse order of the removal with care.

Figure 6-1

How to remove the tape mechanism PWB (F1)x1


(See Fig. 6-2.) (F2)x1
Tape ø2x3mm ø2x8mm
1. Remove the screw (F1) x 1 pc., to remove the tape Mechanism
PWB Tape
mechanism PWB.
Mechanism
2. Remove the screw (F2) x 1 pc. PWB
3. Remove the solder joints (F3) x 2 pcs., to remove the tape
mechanism PWB.

(F3)x2
Solder
Joint

Figure 6-2

Mechanism Cover
CD MECHANISM SECTION
Perform steps 1, 10 and 11 of the disassembly method to (A1) x2
(A1) x2
remove the CD mechanism. (See page 4.)

How to remove the pickup (See Fig. 6-3) (A2) x2


ø2.6 x6mm
1. Remove the mechanism cover, paying attention to the
pawls (A1) x 4 pcs.
2. Remove the screws (A2) x 2 pcs., to remove the shaft (A3) CD Mechanism
x 1 pc.
3. Remove the stop washer (A4) x 1 pc., to remove the gear
(A5) x 1 pc.
4. Remove the pickup. Shaft
(A3) x1
StopWasher
(A4) x1
Note:
After removing the connector for the optical pickup from the Gear
connector, wrap the conductive aluminium foil around the (A5) x1
front end of connector remove to protect the optical pickup Pickup Unit
from electrostatic damage.
Figure 6-3

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ADJUSTMENT
MECHANISM SECTION
• Driving Force Check • FM Mute Level
Torque Meter Specified Value
Signal generator: 1 kHz, 40 kHz dev., FM modulated
Play: TW-2412 Over 80 g Frequency Display Adjusting Instrument
Parts Connection
• Torque Check 98.00 MHz 98.00 MHz VR351*1 Input: CNP301
Torque Meter Specified Value (30 dBµV) Output: Speaker
Terminal
Play: TW-2111 30 to 60 g. cm
*1. Adjust so that an output signal appears.
Fast forward: TW-2231 55 to 140 g.cm
Rewind: TW-2231 55 to 140 g.cm • FM Detection
• Tape Speed Signal generator: 10.7 MHz, FM sweep generator
Test Frequency Frequency Setting/ Instrument
Test Tape Adjusting Specified Instrument
Stage Display Adjusting Connection
Point Value Connection
Parts
MTT-111 Variable 3,000 ± Headphone
resistor in 90 Hz terminal FM IF 10.7 MHz 98.00 MHz T304(Turn Input: Pin 1 of
motor.(M901) the core of IC301
T304 fully
counter-
TAPE MECHANISM clockwise).

• FM RF
M901
Tape Signal generator: 1 kHz, 75 kHz dev., FM modulated
Motor Test Stage Frequency Frequency Setting/ Instrument
Display Adjusting Connection
Parts
Variable
resistor FM Band — 87.50 MHz (fL): L303 *1
in motor Coverage 3.4 ± 0.1 V
FM RF 98.00 MHz 98.00 MHz L302 *2
Figure 7-1 ADJUSTMENT POINT (10~30 dB)
*1. Input: Antenna, Output: TP301
*2. Input: Antenna, Output: Speaker Terminal
TUNER SECTION
fL: Low-renge frequency
fH: High-renge frequency
MAIN PWB
• AM IF/RF
Signal generator: 400 Hz, 30%, AM modulated
Test Stage Frequency Frequency Setting/ Instrument IC302
Display Adjusting Connection
Parts
IF 450 kHz 1,602 kHz T351 *1 FM Band
FM Mute Coverage fL
AM IF Level
AM Band — 531 kHz (fL): T306 *2 FM OSC.
T351 VR351 L303
Coverage 1.1 ± 0.1 V 9

AM 990 kHz 990 kHz T302 *1 CF352 TP301


T304 IC301
Tracking FM IF
IC303 BF301
FM RF 1
*1. Input: Antenna Output: Speaker terminal L302
R336 CNP301
*2. Input: Input is not connected Output: TP301 ANTENNA
T306 T302
SOCKET
AM Band AM
• Check FM VT Coverage fL Tracking
AM OSC.
Signal generator: 1 kHz, 40 kHz dev., FM modulated
Frequency Display Check Point Instrument
Connection
87.5 MHz 87.5 MHz 3.4 V ± 1.0 V TP301 Figure 7-2 ADJUSTMENT POINTS
108 MHz 108 MHz 7.8 V ± 1.0 V TP301

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• Setting the Test Mode
Keeping the REW/REV button and BASS/TREBLE button
pressed, turn on POWER. Then, the frequency is initially set
in the memory as shown in Table. Call it with the PRESET
button to use it for adjustment and check of tuner circuit.
Preset No. FM STEREO Preset No. AM Preset No. FM MONO
1 87.50 MHz 6 531 kHz 26 106.00 MHz
2 108.00 MHz 7 1,602 kHz 27 90.00 MHz
3 98.00 MHz 8 990 kHz 28 98.00 MHz
4 90.00 MHz 9 603 kHz 29 108.00 MHz
5 106.00 MHz 10 1,404 kHz 30 87.50 MHz
11~25 ––––

TEST MODE
The test mode applied to this microcomputer has three modes, namely ordinary test mode to be used for adjustment or
measurement, aging test mode to be used for aging test, and self-diagnosis test mode for self-inspection in case of final product
inspection.
1. Turning on the test mode
To turn on the specific test mode, press the POWER ON/STAND-BY button, holding down the following two buttons in the
ordinary stand-by mode (power off state). In this case only the main unit button is valid. Even when the POWER of remote control
button is set to on, the test mode is not turned on.
[Ordinary test mode]
1. CD Test Mode (TEST 1)…………………… BASS/TREBLE + FF/FWD
2. Tuner Test Mode (TEST 2)………………… BASS/TREBLE + REW/REV
3. Electronic volume Test Mode (TEST 3)…… BASS/TREBLE + REC
4. Timer Test Mode (TEST 4)………………… MEMORY/SET + REC
5. LCD Test Mode (TEST 5)……………………MEMORY/SET + REW/REV
[Self-diagnosis Test Mode]
1. Button input diagnosis test mode (TEST6).… MEMORY/SET + PLAY
2. CD Test Mode (TEST 1)
In the CD test mode the operation of each step is enabled even when the LID-SW is off. However, if focus cannot be set in step 3 or any
error processing is started, it is impossible to proceed to the next step. When the error processing is started, operations other than
termination of test mode by pressing the POWER ON/STAND-BY button or return to the step 1 by pressing the STOP button are inhibited.
1. Step 1 Mode
When the CD test mode is turned on, the following indication lights, the processing (until turning-off of CD STB terminal of CD
initialization operation flow) is executed, and the next button input is waited.

After lighting for one second

If the following operation buttons are pressed in this state, the operation is performed as follows.
"POWER ON/STAND-BY" ... The test mode is turned off, the power is turned off, and the ordinary stand-by mode is set.
"FF/FWD" ................. After the pickup returns once to the innermost periphery, it slides toward the outer periphery while this
button is held down.
"REW/REV" .............. After the pickup returns once to the innermost periphery, it slides toward the inner periphery while this
button is pressed. However, if PU-IN is on, input is invalid.
"PLAY" ..................... Shift to step 2
"STOP" ..................... Invalid
"REC PAUSE" .......... Shift to step 5

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* In case of initialization the pickup is moved toward the inner periphery. Any buttons other than POWER ON/STAND-BY button
are not accepted until the shift of pickup to the inner periphery is completed at this time. If PU-IN SW ON cannot be detected
within 10 seconds, the slide motor is stopped, and the following error indication appears. Press the POWER ON/STAND-BY
button to end the test mode, or press the STOP button to return to step 1. Any other operations are inhibited.

2. Step 2 Mode
When the "PLAY" button is pressed in this mode, the laser lighting command LDON (8400) is sent, and the laser is turned on.
Other operations are not performed.

If the following buttons are pressed in this state, the operation is performed as follows.
"POWER ON/STAND-BY" .. The test mode is turned off, the power is turned off, and the ordinary stand-by mode is set.
"FF/FWD" ................ The pickup slides toward the outer periphery while this button is held down.
"REW/REV" ............. The pickup slides toward the inner periphery while this button is held down. However, if PU-IN is on, input
is invalid.
"PLAY" ..................... Shift to step 3
"STOP" .................... Return to step 1
"REC PAUSE" ......... Shift to step 5

3. Step 3 Mode
The laser is kept lighting. The processing (until turning-on of CLV servo of CD initialization operation flow) is executed, and
the next button input is waited. (The focus servo is turned on, and focus search is performed.)
The focus search is repeated until the focus is set.

When the following operation buttons are pressed in this state, the operation is executed as follows.
"POWER ON/STAND-BY" .. The test mode is turned off, the power is turned off, and the ordinary standby mode is set.
"FF/FWD" ................ The pickup slides toward the outer periphery while this button is held down.
"REW/REV" ............. The pickup slides toward the inner periphery while this button is held down. However, if PU-IN is on, input
is invalid.
"PLAY" ..................... If the focus has been set, shift to step 4 is executed. If the focus has not been set, acceptance is inhibited.
"STOP" .................... Return to step 1
"REC PAUSE" ......... Shift to step 5
*If the focus is disturbed after it has been set, the process returns to step 1.

4. Step 4 Mode (Only focus "OK" can make this item showing)
The CLV servo ON command (8600) sending operation is performed, and the next button input is waited. (The disc is rotated
to perform CLV locking.)

The time display indicates always "0:00".


When the following buttons are pressed in this state, the operation is executed as follows.
"POWER ON/STAND-BY" .. The test mode is turned off, the power is turned off, and the ordinary standby mode is set.
"FF/FWD" ................ The pickup slides toward the outer periphery while this button is held down.
"REW/REV" ............. The pickup slides toward the inner periphery while this button is held down. However, if PU-IN is on, input
is invalid.
"PLAY" ..................... Shift to step 5
"STOP" .................... Return to step 1
"REC PAUSE" ......... Shift to step 5
*If the focus is disturbed, the process returns to step 1.

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5. Step 5 Mode
The CD initialization operation flow is executed to the end, the mute is set to off, and playback is started. Even when the
playback reaches the outermost periphery of disc, the operation does not stop. The LCD display indicates the playback past
time as in case of ordinary CD playback.

When the following operation buttons are pressed in this sate, the operation is executed as follows.
"POWER ON/STAND-BY" ... The test mode is turned off, the power is turned off, and the ordinary standby mode is set.
"FF/FWD" ................. The pickup slides toward the outer periphery while this button is held down.
"REW/REV" .............. The pickup slides toward the inner periphery while this button is held down. However, if PU-IN is on, input
is invalid.
"PLAY" ..................... Invalid
"STOP" ..................... Return to step 1
*If the focus is disturbed, the process returns to step 1.

Other cautions
• TOC IL is not executed in the test mode.
• As for button operations other than those shown above, only the sound volume operation (with JOG) is accepted.

3. Tuner Test Mode (TEST 2)


1. Outline of tuner (radio) test mode
The tuner test mode is intended to store the adjustment and measurement frequencies in the preset memory CH without
frequency setting by adjusting personnel when the tuner section is adjusted in the production line.
2. Details of tuner test mode
When the power is turned on by using the POWER ON/STAND-BY button while the BASS/TREBLE and REW/REV buttons
are held down in POWER OFF state, the frequency for adjustment and measurement of destination specified by the AREA
terminal is preset and stored in the preset memory CH. However, Ordinary 1 and Ordinary 2 are set to the designation
(destination selected by SPAN switching operation) set when the test mode is obtained.(Memory/Set+Function Key Span
Charged) (As for frequencies to be preset and stored for each destination, refer to item 3.)
The tuner test mode is started from preset No.1.
The operations of test mode are identical with the ordinary operations of TUNER function. However, FUNCTION switching
is invalid.

Since it is necessary to discard the content of preset memory when the tuner test mode is ended, "0000" or "1111" bits are
written in the memory to be checked in case of memory check (in case of initial setting) so that memory abnormality is detected
in case of initial setting so as to ensure memory initialization.

When the tuner test mode is turned on, the following indication lights for one second.

• The TUNER TEST2 mode is set as a result of BASS/TREBLE+ REW/REV. -> POWER OFF -> IF AC is set to OFF in the TEST2
mode, the initial state is restored.

When POWER is set to OFF, the memory of TEST2 mode is protected.


When the power is turned on again, the ordinary operation is enabled while the data is stored in the
memory (besides TUNER).

If AC OFF state is maintained in this state for about 1/2 day, start is executed in the initial state.

• To clear the whole memory, insert the AC cord, holding down MEMORY + STOP.

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3. Preset frequencies for various destinations (random preset memory)

CH BAND Europe 2, 4 CH BAND Europe 2, 4 CH BAND Europe 2, 4


1 FM 87.50 MHz 6 AM 531 kHz 16-25
2 FM108.00 MHz 7 AM1602 kHz 26 FM106.00 MHz
3 FM FM 98.00 MHz 8 AM AM 990 kHz 27 FM 90.00 MHz
4 STEREO FM 90.00 MHz 9 AM 603 kHz 28 FM FM 98.00 MHz
5 FM106.00 MHz 10 AM1404 kHz 29 MONO FM108.00 MHz
11-15 LW 30 FM 87.50 MHz
• The hatched sections of the table are not stored in memory.

4. Electronic volume Test Mode (TEST 3)


When the test mode is set, the following indication lights for one second.

When this mode is set, BASS/TREBLE is set to 0 (0 dB) and start-up function is set to CD when volume is -14 dB (STEP 23).
The button operations in the test mode are the same as those of ordinary operation excepting sound volume UP/DOWN.
(1) The indication is the same as that of ordinary operation excepting test mode setting.
(2) The sound volume control with the sound volume UP/DOWN button is only the following 3 steps unlike the ordinary state.

Volume- ∞ (STEP 0) <-> Volume-14 dB (STEP 23) <-> Volume-0 (STEP 30)

(3) BASS/TREBLE is switched when button operation is performed.

5. Timer test Mode (TEST 4)


When the test mode is set, the following indication lights for one second.

The current time and timer time are set in the following procedure to perform the timer playback.
1.Set the current time to 1:00, set the timer to ON time 1:05, set the function to Aux, and set volume STEP 12. One minute is counted
as one second, and the timer playback operation is performed. The fade-in (when playback is started) is executed at a rate of
one step for 1 sec. After completion of fade-in the fade-out is executed at a rate of one step for 1 sec (WAIT 1 sec inserted). After
completion of fade-out the power is turned off (after WAIT 1 sec), and the mode is changed to the standby mode.
The indication during operation is the same as that of ordinary timer operation.

6. LCD Test Mode (TEST 5)


When the LCD test mode is set, all the LCD segments are lighted. After that the indication is changed as follows according to
the "PLAY" button input.

Lighting of all segments Lighting of odd segments Lighting of even segments

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7. Key input diagnosis Test Mode (TEST 6)
When the test mode is set, the following indication appears.

This test mode is intended to check whether all the main unit buttons can be detected. Accordingly, in this test mode checking as to
whether the "POWER ON/STAND-BY" button was pressed after all the buttons shown below were pressed is performed. If the result
is OK, OK is indicated. Even any one of keys was not pressed, an error is indicated. In case of OK termination or error termination
exit from this mode occurs when the "POWER ON/STAND-BY" button is pressed next time, and the standby mode is set.

1. In case of "MEMORY/SET" + "PLAY"+ "POWER ON/STAND-BY"


Since SURROUND and RDS are not provided, the following 9 buttons are detected as all buttons.
PLAY, POWER ON/STAND-BY, BAND, BASS/TREBLE, FUNCTION, MEMORY/SET, REC PAUSE, REW, FF, STOP.

The OK/NG indication of test result is as follows.

ERROR LIST
PU-IN SW detection error Tape mechanism error 1

Error content ............ The detection SW cannot detect ON Error content ........... The detection SW "CAM-SW" cannot
after a fixed period of time even if the detect ON (mechanism in operation) even
microcomputer controls the CD pickup if the motor and solenoid are controlled
to return to the innermost position. to play back, fast forward, rewind, or
Probable cause ........ Defective or poorly connected PU-IN record the tape.
SW or slide motor. Probable cause ....... Mechanism is in operation when this
Action ....................... Solve the problem and turn on the power message appears: Defective or poorly
again. connected CAM-SW. Mechanism stops:
Defective or poorly connected motor or
CD read error
solenoid.
Action ...................... Solve the problem and turn on the power
again.

Tape mechanism error 2


Error content ........... Disc data cannot be read properly or
even if it can be read, the disc is not a
playable one.
Probable cause ....... The disc is loaded upside down, not CD-
DA, scratches, stains, etc.
Action ...................... Open the CD lid, then reload the disc
correctly. Remove the scratches or stains Error content ........... Initialization cannot be completed when
on the disc. the microcomputer controls the motor
and solenoid to initialize the tape
NO DISC
mechanism (to set the mechanism to the
stop mode). The detection SW "CAM-
SW" cannot detect OFF While the
mechanism is in operation.
Probable cause ....... Mechanism is in operation when this
message appears: Defective or poorly
Error content ........... Focusing is impossible. connected CAM-SW. Mechanism stops:
Probable cause ....... The disc is loaded upside down, not CD- Defective or poorly connected motor or
DA, scratches, stains, etc. solenoid.
Action ...................... Open the CD lid, then reload the disc Action ...................... Solve the problem and turn on the power
correctly. Remove the scratches or stains again.
on the disc.
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NOTES ON SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
• Resistor: • The indicated voltage in each section is the one measured
To differentiate the units of resistors, such symbol as K and by Digital Multimeter between such a section and the chas-
M are used: the symbol K means 1000 ohm and the symbol sis with no signal given.
M means 1000 kohm and the resistor without any symbol is 1. In the tuner section,
ohm-type resistor. Besides, the one with “Fusible” is a fuse ( ) indicates AM
type. < > indicates FM stereo
• Capacitor: 2. In the main section, a tape is being played back.
To indicate the unit of capacitor, a symbol P is used: this 3. In the deck section, a tape is being played back.
symbol P means micro-micro-farad and the unit of the ( ) indicates the record state.
capacitor without such a symbol is microfarad. As to 4. In the power section, a tape is being played back.
electrolytic capacitor, the expression “capacitance/withstand 5. In the CD section, the CD is stopped.
voltage” is used. • Parts marked with “ ”( ) are important for
(CH), (TH), (RH), (UJ): Temperature compensation maintaining the safety of the set. Be sure to replace these
(ML): Mylar type parts with specified ones for maintaining the safety and
(P.P.): Polypropylene type performance of the set.
• Schematic diagram and Wiring Side of P.W.Board for this
model are subject to change for improvement without prior
notice.
REF. NO DESCRIPTION POSITION REF. NO DESCRIPTION POSITION
SW700 VOLUME ON—OFF SW707 REC/PAUSE ON—OFF
SW701 POWER ON/STAND-BY ON—OFF SW708 REW/PRESET DOWN ON—OFF
SW702 FUNCTION ON—OFF SW709 FF/PRESET UP ON—OFF
SW703 STOP/CLEAR,TUNING DOWN ON—OFF SW800 PICKUP IN ON—OFF
SW704 PLAY/CD PAUSE,TUNING UP ON—OFF SW801 CD LID OPEN/CLOSE ON—OFF
SW705 BASS/TREBLE ON—OFF SW901 FOOL PROOF ON—OFF
SW706 MEMORY/SET ON—OFF SW902 CAM ON—OFF

TYPES OF TRANSISTOR AND LED

2HA1015 GR
FRONT 2HC1815 GR
VIEW 2SC2001 K FRONT
2SK2541 VIEW
HSB562 C FRONT
KRA102 M VIEW
KRA107 M
E C B KRC102 M
(S) (G) (D) KRC104 M B C E
(1) (2) (3) KRC107 M
KTC2026 Y MPG3372X
SC1674 C 1 2 3
SVC348S
KDV147B

Figure 13 TYPES OF TRANSISTOR AND LED

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FM MUTE LEVEL
T302 SWITCHING
VR351
AM TRACKING VD301-1 10K(B) R_MUTE
SVC348S Q351
AM OSC OUT X351
456kHz

24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13

AM LOW CUT

L-CH OUT
R-CH OUT
FM/AM OUT
AM OSC OUT

MO/ST
VSM

MPX IN
MPX VCO
AM RF IN
FM AFC
AM MIX OUT AM OSC IN
T306 IC303
AM OSC. VD301-2 FM IF DET./FM MPX./AM IF
SVC348S

STEREO

(AM/FM)
FM DET
LA1832S

AM IF IN
FM IF IN

PHASE
IF OUT
PHASE
GND
REG

VCC
SD
CNP301 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
1
AM/FM
+5V

AM IF IN
ANTENNA 2
TERMINALS

AM MIX OUT
3

AM IF
T351

1 3 CF351
CF352 FM IF
ZD351
+5V A_12V
2

A_GND

Q302

10.7MHz
CF302
FM IF FM IF FM IF AMP. 1 3
FM IF
T304 CF303 Q306
FM RF
TP301
VD303
L302

VT
FM OSC VT
R-MUTE
VD302
L303

VT

D_GND
22 21 20 17 16 15 14 13 12
AOUT

VDD
X OUT

IF IN
AM IN
VSS

NC
FM IN

SW
1 2 3 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 X352 IC302
FM+B A_12V
LC72131 PLL (TUNER)

IF REQ
MO/ST
4.5MHz Q360

MUTE
BF301 IC301
X IN

DO

FM
NC

FM
CE

CL

FM FRONT END
DI

BAND
PASS TA7358AP 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11
FILTER
DO
CE

CL
DI

IC101 Q101-Q104
HEAD SELECTOR SWITCHING NF L-OUT
BA3126N REC MUTE
3 1
L-CH REC SW L-IN Q105
1 5 IC102
A_12V Q106 REC
RECORD/
150K BA3311L 8
2 -
PLAYBACK CNS101 CNP101
HEAD IC102 +
L-CH L-CH
8 8 3 REC./P.B. 10
L-CH L-CH P/B SW
7 7 CONT EQUALIZER MUTE ALC
A-GND 4
6 6 AMP.
A-GND
5 5 5 2
R-CH R-CH +
4 4 IC101 9 - ALC
R-CH A-12V 6
3 3 R-IN 150K
ERASE R-CH P/B SW
2 2 7
A-GND 11 6 7 12 R-OUT
1 1
8 NF
ERASE
HEAD R-CH
9
REC SW

BIAS OSC SWITCHING

Q151 A_12V
Q152
L151

Q171 REC
Q172 SWITCHING
Q153
REC BIAS
SWITCHING CONT
SWITCHING

RUN PLS
Q903
SOL

SWITCHING M_12V
PH901
PHOTE INTERRUPTER
U_CON5V
M901 Q906
TAPE MOTOR SWITCHING
CFW901 7 7
+ 1 1
6 6
M
SURROUND

5 5
TAPE SW

- 2
U_CON 5V

2
RUN_PLS
B-CAN(NC)

4 4
A_12V

MOT
D-GND

3 3 Q902 Q905 Q904


BIAS

MOT
REC

SOL

P.F SOLENOID
SW901 2 2 DRIVER
FOOL CAM SW
PROOF 1 1 TAPE MOTOR SWITCHING
SOL901 DRIVER CNP703 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 10
SOLENOID SW902 CNP901 CNS901 Q901
CAM M_GND SWITCHING TO DISPLAY PWB

Figure 14 BLOCK DIAGRAM (1/4)


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XL-55/55C

SD
9

A_12V
FM ST
8
DO SO401
7
CL VIDEO/AUX IN
6
R_MUTE CE
5 TO DISPLAY
AUX R
DI
4
PWB 5 6 7 8
CD+B
3 SURROUND IC461
P MUTE Q463 Q461 KIA4558P
2
P-STB OPE AMP.
1 CNS704
SUB
WOOFER 4 3 2 1
OUT

REC R CH
R-CH OUT
TAPE R
TUN R
CD R

CE

DI
15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

VSS
IC401
LOGIC
LC75342M FUNCTION/VOLUME EQUALIZER
A_12V

VDD
NC
16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

CL
CD L
TUN L
TAPE L
AUX L
REC L CH
L-CH OUT A_12V

CNP652
A_12V
R-MUTE Q603A 1
Q605A PROTECT FROM DISPLAY
Q609A
2 PWB

A_12V
Q360

L-IN 13 2 L-CH OUT


L-CH
+
R-IN 9 5 R-CH OUT SO601
STEREO SPEAKER
TERMINALS
IC601 +
LA4451
SD POWER
Q601 11 AMP. 3 J601
Q602 HEADPHONES
4
REC L/R CH MUTE L-CH

TAPE L/R CH

TE VCC

Q105 12 7
Q106 REC P-STB

T651
POWER
D651~D654 TRANSFORMER
(MAIN)

CD_6.2V F651
Q607 4.0A 125V

Q606

D656~D659 F652 T.F


Q608 1.6A 125V

Q609 CNP652 CNS652


VOLTAGE 1 1
REGULATOR CD+B
2 2
MECHA 12V
Q605 GND
(M_12V)

RLY681

AUDIO 12V
Q683
Q604
(A_12V) T681
POWER
TRANSFORMER
(SUB)
Q603 D656~D659

GND
IC681
KIA7805P
VOLTAGE REGULATOR
CNP707
USWD_5R6V
TAPE SW
U_CON 5V

3 3 1
CD_6.2V

TO P-CONT
A_12V

M_GND

DISPLAY 2
D-GND

D-GND
A-GND
CD R

PWB D_GND 2
CD L
SOL

1 SO651
AC POWER
INPUT SOCKET
7 8 9 10 10 1 2 3 4 5 6 CNP605 AC120V,60Hz

LAY PWB TO CD SERVO PWB GND

Figure 15 BLOCK DIAGRAM (2/4)


– 15 –
XL-55/55C

CNS605
C
6
A
5
C
TO MAIN SECTION
4
D
CNP605 3
C
LCD701
2
M
1

1 ~ 4 5 38 39 ~ 42

SW801
CD LID
OPEN/CLOSE

M_G

100 67 CNP702
4 COM3

SEG33
SEG0

CLID SW 10
~

CLID_SW 65
1 COM0 CD STB 9
MCLK 65
MLD 64
MRST 8
9
10 MDATA 63 MCLK 7
X701
8MHz BLBCK 62
MLD 6
12 STAT 61
X702 MDATA 5
32.768MHz 13 CD_STB 60
SW702-SW704
KEY SW707-SW709
17 KEY1
IC701 MRST 59 BLKCK 4
SW705,SW706 IX0060SJ PU_IN 58
SW701
18 KEY2
SYSTEM CONTROL STAT 3
GVSW 33
MICROCOMPUTER SD PICK_IN 2
37 POWER SD 50 9
STEREO
6 VLC2 STEREO 49 8 GVSW 1
DO
7 VLC1 DO 26 7
CL
8 VDD CL 27 6
CE
24 VREF+ CE 28 5
DI
TO MAIN SECTION
5 VLC3 DI 25 4 CNP704
CD+B
11 VSS CD+B 46 3
P_MUTE
BACK_LIGHT
JOG_DOWN

14 MMOD P_MUTE 45 2
SYS_STOP

REMOCON

TAPE_SW
RUN_PLS

P_STB
P_CONT
JOG_UP

15 VREF P_STB 44 1
B-CAN
BIAS

MOT
REC

SOL

21 SURR 43 CNS704

41 42 47 38 39 51 36 35 34 31 30 29 22 22

SW700 CNS680
CNS707

VOLUME PROTECT
1 TO AMP. SECTION
A–12V
2 CNP680
TO POWER

1
CNS703
2
USWD_5.6V TAPE_SW
11
3
A–12V
10
RX701
GP1U281X D_GND
REMOTE 9
SENSOR U_CON5V
8
SOL
7 TO MAIN SECTION
MOT
6 CNP703
1 2 3
REC
5
SYS_STOP

RUN_PLS
4
BIAS
3
B_CAN
2
Q702 SURROUND
Q701 Q703
1

LED
D701~709
Q707

Q706
D_GND SWITCHING

M_

Figure 16 BLOCK DIAGRAM (3/4)


– 16 –
XL-55/55C

CNS605
CD_L
6 3
J801
A_GND +5V
5 2 DIGITAL
OUT
CD_R
4 1
TO MAIN SECTION
D_GND
CNP605 3
CD_6.2V
2
M_GND
1
D_GND

SSEL 80
MSEL 79
PSEL 78
CSEL 77
RSEL 76
OUTR 75
AVSS1 74
OUTL 73
AVDD1 72
/TEST 71
IOSEL 70

6
TX
CONSTANT
SW801 VOLTAGE
CD LID

57 58 59 60
CD_6.2V +5V VDD
OPEN/CLOSE Q804 X2
X1 X803
16.93MHz
+6.2V +5V DVDD1 VSS

4
DVSS1

5
M_GND

7
MCLK
CNP702

8
MDATA
CLID SW 10
9
MLD
IC801

50 51
CD STB 9 AVSS2
MN6627482W AVDD2
MRST 8 SERVO/SIGNAL CONTROL
MCLK 7 D_GND
14 13

BLKCK

MLD 6 SQCK

MDATA 5

44 45
18 17 16

DMUTE IREF
BLKCK 4 STAT ARF

STAT 3 /RST

D PICK_IN 2
9

38 /RFDET
37 TRCRS
34 RFENV
O 29 VREF

35 VDET
30 FBAL
31 TBAL
1
26 KICK
24 ECM

GVSW
28 FOO

39 BDO
27 TRO
25 ECS
21 TVR
22 TVD

36 OFT
8

32 FE
33 TE

40 LD
O
7
CL
6
E
5 TO MAIN SECTION
DI
4 CNP704
B
3
TE
2
TB
1
CNS704

D_GND
CNS680

1 TO AMP. SECTION
2 CNP680
17 VREF GND 16
CNS703 IC804 18 VDET NRFDET 15
11 MM1469XH 19 TEBPF OFTR 14
10 FOCUS/TRACKING/ 20 TEOUT CDFTR 13
9
SPIN/SLED DRIVER 21 TEN BDO 12
8 22 FEN CBDO 11
14 OPO PO1– 15
7 TO MAIN SECTION 13 GND PO1+ 16 23 FEOUT 3TOUT 10
6 CNP703 12 VO2– VO3– 17 24 GCTL CEA 9
11 VO2+ VO3+ 18
5 25 FBAL ARF 8
10 VIN2 VIN3 19
4 26 TBAL CACC 7
9 VG2 VG3 20
3 8 GND VCC 21 +6.2V 27 F RFIN 6
2 7 MUTE VCC 22 28 E RFOUT 5
M_GND +5V 6 REG O BIAS 23 RFN
1 29 D 4
5 TRB VG4 24
30 B VCC 3 +5V
4 VG1 VIN4 25
31 C LD 2
3 VIN1 VO4+ 26
2 VO1+ VO4– 27 32 A PD 1
1 VO1– GND 28
IC802
M_GND AN22000A
HEAD AMP.

Q801 +5V
+5V
LASER
DRIVER
TRACKING COIL

1/2V C F B A E
MON
FOCUS COIL

LD

M_GND
M M
VCC
NM802 NM801
SW800 SPINDLE SLED
PICKUP IN MOTOR MOTOR
PICKUP UNIT GND

Figure 17 BLOCK DIAGRAM (4/4)


– 17 –
XL-55/55C

IC303
LA1832S
AM ANT AM TRACKING FM MUTE LEVEL
FM IF DET./FM MPX./AM IF C374
0.022
R363
6.8K
A

R358

KRC104 M
12P (CH)

8.2K

R357
470K
C343

R364
0.022
C373
33P

Q351
6.8K
C330

SVC348S
1

3.3/50
0.047

C362
C331

C332
0.022

VD301
VR351 2

C366 0.001
C365 0.022
4.7V

0.022
C363

4.7/25
C364
0.022
T302

C361
(0V)

C369
3

56P
R361

C368 R356
D301 L353

0.022
C360
C371 12K

1K
C367 R350
C329 0.022 1mH

1/50 2.7K

456kHz
1N4148

2.1V (2.7V)

X351
+B

0V (0.9V)
1/50

2.1V 1/50
R362

(2.7V)
AM BAND COVERAGE fL

2.1V

2.3V

1.3V
12K

0.6V

(0V)
2.5V

1.3V
C372
ANTENNA

5V
FM/AM

D302 1/50

R336

(2.2V)
R323
CNP301

4V
R351
10K
68K

5.6K
24 23 22 21 20 19 18 2.3V 16 15 14 13

27P (UJ)
1N4148 C335 17 R366

C334
560P 2.2K

MPX VCO

MPX IN

PHASE R-CH
OUT
L-CH
OUT
MO/ST
FM IF AM OSC
OUT

OUT AM OSC
IN

FM AFC

AM RF
IN

VSM

IN AM LOW
GND CUT
FM/AM
OUT

STEREO
FM DET

(AM/FM)
IF OUT
T306

PHASE
AM IF
1

AM MIX

REG

VCC
C337

AM OSC
0.022

SD
2

IN
C302
3 C358 12

2.1V
0.001

5V
3 2.1V 2.1V

(4.3V)
1 2 4 5 6 8 9 10 11

270 2.9V
7

C398 5V
0V

(1.2V)
1/50

3.8V
5V
5V
0V
R352
B

R353
0.022
C350
FM IF

100/10
1K

(1.9V)
C301 AM IF

22P(CH) 0.001 3.8V


0.001 CF302 T351

C352
10/16

R355
0.022

3.3K
TP301 1 3 1 3

C353 0.022
C357

0.022
C354

C356
2.2/50

CF351

DZ5.1BSB
C370
0.022
FM IF
C399

1/50

ZD351
C351
2 2

C344

R376
CHASSIS

C355
33P

10K
C376 C378
GND

0.001 330P CF352


0.001
C349

+B
+B +B
L352 +B

0.022
C383
R315 100µH

R395
33
1N4148
D305

47K
C396

C397

0.022

C394
47/16
0.0047

0.022
SC1674-C

C387
Q302

100/10
C315
100P

R313
C305

0.0047

C380 10/16
0.022
680
0.022

C323
C316
C308

10/16
R393 +B
0.001
C307

C309

33K R310
4.7K

1K

0.001
C392
R391

R387 5.6K
0.022 R382 C395
C317
390

R314
D307
1N4148

33
0.022

R381
R377

10K
330
R303

0.0033
C321
R305 5.6K
R386 +B
C 680 C393
L351
R392
390

SC1674-C
330 1/50

R379
R301

2.2K
22 R304 C314 VT 100µH Q360

Q306
22P(CH)

2.6V (0V)
47K

C385
0.01

C386
330P
2HA1015 GR
L302

L303
FM RF

R380 10.8V
R308

1.5K

(2.6V)
10K

FM BAND

5.2V
0.9V

0.9V
11.7V

0V
COVERAGE fL R312

2.6V
KDV147B

R316
2.2K C381 R383
330

0V
KDV147B
100K

FM OSC
R302

19 18 14 13 12
9P(UJ)

22 21 20 17 16 15 5.6K
1N4148

VD302

12P(CH)
C306

VD303

C313 10.9V
D306

X OUT

VSS
AOUT

AIN

PD

VDD
FM IN
AM IN

IF IN
6P(UJ)

4.5MHz
R385

X352

IF REQ

R365
MO/ST

10K
MUTE
C312 5.6K

X IN
C303 33P

DO

FM

FM
CE
1 3

CL

C391
47/16
DI
0.001 R384
R307 6.8K

2.6V
T304 47 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11
C382

(0V)
0.1V

0.1V

4.8V

5.1V

(0V)

3.5V
(11.4V)
C304 C320

0V

3.7V
FM IF

1.7V

3.9V
0.01 0.001 R359
0.001

IC302
C384

1N4148
D308
2 R309 15P(CH) 1.8K

R374 1K
R373 1K
R372 1K
R371 1K
CF303 470 LC72131
R306
33

FM IF R360
C319 C318 C311
10P(CH)
PLL(TUNER) 4.7K
18P(CH) 5P +B +B
D 1 2 3 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

BF301 IC301
TA7358AP
FM FRONT END

REC L
R115 REC R
TAPE MECHANISM 15K
R111 TAPE R
Ass'y (217) R105 2.2K TAPE L
R103 R107
120 10K 150K R109
R101 Q101 Q103 Q105
1K 2HC1815 GR 2HC1815 GR R117

R113
CNW101

RECORD/PLAYBACK 2HC1815 GR

3.3K
CNP101

22K C129 3.9K 0.7V


HEAD 1 0V 1.5V C109
(0V) C107 0.015 C111
C101 0V C113 4.7/25 47/16 10/16
0.001 2 R131
HEAD SELECTOR

4.7/25
(0.8V)
(0.8V)

L-CH 4.7K
0.3V
0.3V

C115
R121

E
R119
4.7K

R123
4.7K

100

8 8 3 0V R126 0.0022
R140

22/16
C126

R133
5.6K
BA3126N

7 7 10K 0.3V R134


270P
C105

1K
C121 4 Q102 Q104 3 4 1 100K
IC101

6 6 82P (8.3V)
4.6V

R-CH 2HC1815 GR 2HC1815 GR


0.6V

0V R118 C130
5 5 5 1.5V +B
(0V) 5 0V 10.2V 8
C103
R139

22K 2.2/50
330P 330P

4 4 R141
2.7K

C123
4.7/25
6 330
IC102
(10V)

3 3 10.1V 10
8V

C116
R120

0V
BA3311L
R124
0.3V

0.3V
R122

(0.8V)

(0.8V)

C125
100

0.0022
4.7K

4.7K

2 2
C104

7 100/25
C114
4.7/25

REC./P.B.
0.001
C102

1 1 0V
C131
820P

ERASE 8
9 0V EQUALIZER 0V
HEAD 0V 2
9
R125
100K
C117
10/16
R138

AMP.
330

R102
0.6V

4.6V

1K
0V

0V
C106

11 12
270P

R116 6 7
15K
C122
82P Q172
F +B R112
C108

47/16

KRC102 M R151 R152 7.8V Q152


C112
10/16

(0V) 2HA1015 GR 2.2K


1 1 0V 8.3V C110
47K 100K R104 0.015 C
2 2 R110
(11.7V) R154 0.7V
3 3 2.6V 10K 3.9K Q106
R114

120 R108
3.3K

2HC1815 GR
0.0039

11.7V (0V)
C153

Q171 (0V) 10K R132


KRA102 M Q151 4.7K
100/16
C155

R155
R153
10K

C2001-K R106
56

D104
150K 1N4148
3 R157
330µH
L151

C154 2 150
4.7V

0.027
(0V)

(ML) 1 R156 +B
150
Q153
KRC104 M

R904 Q903
M901(217-9) KRC107 M 4.9V
G TAPE C902
R905

TAPE MECHANISM PWB-D,E(217-10,11) 270


10K

MOTOR 7 7 7 3.3/50
1 1 R903 3 2 C905 C904 Q906
+

6 6 6
M 5 5 5
47K 0.7V
3.2V
Q902
Q905
HSB562-C
M 12V 0.022 0.022 2 KRA102 M
KRC102 M
R907 11.7V

11.7V

KRC102 M

– 2 1 0V
4.4V

2 HSB562-C 11.7V 4.9V


Q901

4 4
0V

4 2 1
R909 11.9V
3 3 3
Q904

2 3 3
10K

3
100/25

18K
C903

1N4148
R902
56K

2 2
D902

2
0.6V

1 1
1N4148

SOL901(217-4) 1 1 1 11.8V
D901

SW901(217-7) R910 R906 D904 D903


SOLENOID 11.8V 1N4148
CNW901

FOOL PROOF 33K R901 1.5K 1N4148


CNS901

1.5K
U_CON5V
D_GND
A-12V
RUN_PLS

C901
BIAS

MOT
REC

SOL

SW902(217-8) PHOTO 0.001 SURROUND


CAM INTERRUPTER
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

H CNS703
FROM DISPLAY PWB
P21 12 - E

• NOTES ON SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM can be found on page 13.


1 2 3 4 5 6
Figure 18 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (1/7)
– 18 –
XL-55/55C

MAIN PWB-A1

R438
6.8K
CNP704 SO401

C412
330P
9 SD R406
STEREO 27K
AUX R

R440
3.9K
8 FM ST R-CH

TO DISPLAY PWB

R407 R408
1.5K 1.5K
7 DO C408 10/16

C420 0.0027
P21 12 - F
6 CL VIDEO/AUX IN

CNS704
C406 10/16

C422 0.1

C424 0.1
C411
330P
R405

R422 1K
5 CE C404 10/16

C426
10/16
27K

2.2/50
R420

10/16
C416

C418
4 DI

R418
L-CH

1K
C402 10/16

1K
3 CD+B R410 R416
2 P MUTE SUB 1K 1K

0V

0V

0V

0V
4.8V

4.8V

4.8V
EQUALIZER

4.8V

4.8V

4.8V

4.8V

4.8V

4.8V
WOOFER

FUNCTION/
1 P-STB

LC75342M
TUN R
TAPE R
OUT 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

VOLUME

L1

L2

L3

L4
RSL0 LSL0

LIN

4.8V LTRE

4.8V LBS1

4.8V LBS2

4.8V LOUT
TEST

VSS
VDD CE

DI
IC401
CD R
C340

VREF
ROUT
RTRE

RBS1

RBS2
C413 0.001

4.8V
RIN
R1

R2

R3

R4

CL
0.001
16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

4.8V

C423 0.1
4.8V

R417 4.8V

R419 4.8V

0.0027 C421 0.1

5V
4.8V

9.6V
C425
10/16
CD L C401 10/16

2.2/50
C417
10/16
C415
R421

1N4004
1K

D403
1K

1K
TUN L C403 10/16 R415
10/16 1K

C419
TAPE L C405

100/16
C429
33/16

C430
R439
3.9K
AUX L
C407 10/16
R423 1K R437 CL
R424 1K 6.8K DI D402
R425 1K CE 1N4004

D401
+B +B 1N4004

J923
120

R411

R412
0.47/50

R413
LCH_IN

C414

27K
1

27K
1K
DO

CE
CL
DI

2 A_GND
J920 RCH_IN
120 3

FROM POWER AMP. PWB


4 P_STB
5 P_MUTE
R634 C464 R462
1/50 6 RCH_OUT

P24 2 - C
3.3K 8.2K

CNS604
C472 RCH_OUT
0.0033 7
0.0056
R464
100K

C462
C474 8 RCH_GND
4.7/50 9 RCH_GND
R474

10 LCH_GND
R472
R466

12K
2.7K
10K

R476 C476 R478


12K 11 LCH_GND
12K 1/50
12 LCH_OUT L-CH SPEAKER BOX
Q461 R468 +B 13 LCH_OUT
R469

100/16
10K

5 6 7 8
C468

R467 2SK2541 G 330 CNP604


47K TWEETER
D
IC461
D461
4 3 2 1 C475 R470 R477
2 1N4148 S 1/50 10K 12K + WOOFER

TERMINAL
SPEAKER
+B
4 Ohm
R471
2.7K

1 R475 –
R473

SO601
12K
R463 12K

Q463
0.0056
C461
4.7/50
R465

C473

3 KRC107 M
100K
10K


47/16
C469

WOOFER
C471 L-CH + 4 Ohm
0.0033
R461
C463 8.2K
1/50
L IC461
R KIA4558P R-CH TWEETER
R
L
OPE AMP. R-CH SPEAKER BOX

HEADPHONES PWB-A5
SURROUND

R662 J601

CHASSIS

C663
HEADPONES

820P
330

GND
CFW601
3
2
FM SIGNAL

10µH
L603
R661 1
5 5 330
AM SIGNAL 4
+B 5
CD SIGNAL 9
AUX SIGNAL 1 1
10
CFW601A
PLAYBACK SIGNAL
RECORD SIGNAL

Q607
CNW652

KTC2026 Y
CNS652

+B 6.2V 20V +B
Q606
TO POWER PWB

2HC1815 GR
C616
0.022

1N4148
C627

P24 2 - E

R624
CNP652
D604

CD TEST POINT 1K 4700/25 2 2


1 7.8V 1 1
7.5V Q609
2 3
R627 10K

KRC107 M
DZ7.5BSC
ZD602

0V 2 3
Q608
4.5V
47/16

KRA102 M
C626

R625
10K

0V 1

+B +B Q605 20V +B
KTC2026 Y
22K

11.7V
C625

0.022
10/16

C624

R619
R623

Q604 47
KTC2026 Y
+B +B 11.7V 20V +B
470/25
C620
1N4148
D603

12.3V Q603
2HC1815 GR
0.022

20V
22K

R629
1N4148

R620
D602

47 1K
TAPE_SW

C622

13V R628
C621 R621

100
100/25

R617
33K
CD-6.2V

ZD601
A_GND

M-GND
D-GND
CD_R

DZ130BSA
CD_L
U_CON5V
D_GND
A-12V

7 8 9 10 11 1 2 3 4 5 6
CNP703 CNP605

CNS605
PWB FROM CD SERVO PWB
P23 12 - D

7 8 9 10 11 12
Figure 19 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (2/7)
– 19 –
XL-55/55C

LED PWB-A4
1 +B

D709 D708 D707


A 2 MPG3372X MPG3372X MPG3372X

CFW701A
R7D3 R7D5 R7D8
82 82 82
D706 D705 D704
MPG3372X MPG3372X MPG3372X
R7D9 R7D1 R7D6
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
82 82 82
D703 D702 D701
MPG3372X MPG3372X MPG3372X
R7E1 R7D2 R7D4
82 82 82
1 2
CFW701
+B SW707
REC/
PAUSE
R708
SW708 10K
<<REW
PRESET DOWN
B SW709 R709
5.6K
FF>>

SEG0
PRESET UP
SW704 R710
PLAY/ 3.9K
CD PAUSE 100 99 98 97 96 95 94 93 92 91 90 89 88
TUNING UP

SEG1
SEG2
SEG3
SEG4
SEG5
SEG6
SEG7
SEG8
SEG9

2.5V SEG10

2.5V SEG11

SEG12
SW703 R706 SW705 1 COM3
STOP/ 4.7K 2.5V
CLEAR COM2
TUNING DOWN BASS/ 2

2.5V

2.5V

2.5V

2.5V

2.5V

2.5V

2.5V

2.5V

2.5V
2.5V
R705 TREBLE R707
SW702 SW706 3 COM1
3.9K 1.2K 2.5V
MEMORY/ R729 COM0
FUNCTION 4
SET 47K 2.5V
5 VLC3 0V
R727
47K 6 VLC2 1.7V
R723
7 VLC1 3.3V
+B 47K
C R728
1K
8 VDD 5V

9 OSC2

100µH
2.6V

L701
C703
SW701 R702 0.022 10 OSC1 2.6V
10K X701
8MHz 11 VSS 0V

12 XI 2.4V
POWER ON/ X702 IC70
STAND-BY 32.768MHz 13 XO 1.9V IX006

(CH)
C702
C701 SYSTEM C

22P
14 MMOD 0V
22P(CH)
15 VREF 0V MICROCO
R724 R731 1K
12K 16 CLID_SW
R732 1K
17 KEY1 5V
R733 1K
18 KEY2 5V
R734 1K
D 19 MODEL 5V
+B 20
21
22 TAPE_SW 5V

5V
0V

5V

0V

0V

5V

SYS STOP 5V
R721

R725
10K

R722

VSM

10K
10K

23 0.6V

RUN_PLS
24 VREF+

POWER
RESET
5V

B-CAN
GVSW
DI

MOT

BIAS
SOL

REC
25

DO

CE
JOG_DOWN

CL
B

5V

5V

0V

0V
C706

0V
0.001
26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38
C
1K

1K

1K

1K
1K
1K
1K
1K
1K
1K
1K
1K

1K
1K
1K
C705 JOG_UP
A 0.001
R737

R738

R739

R740
R741
R775
R743
R746
R744
R745
R748
R747

R749
R750
R756
SW700
VOLUME
E
CNP707 TO POWER PWB
P24 2 - F

CNW707
CNS707

1 1

2 2
+B USWD_5.6V
3 3

D722 D723
F 1N4148 1N4148 +B

R7A0 +B
1K +B +B
3.3/50
1N4148

C711
D720

R7A9 R7B0
2HC1815 GR

ZD3.3BSB

3.3K 10K
ZD701

R7A5 RX701 R7A3


Q702

Q701 GP1U281X 100


KRC102 M 10K REMOTE
R7A6 SENSOR
1K
R778
R7A4 47K
100K

R7A7 Q703
100/10
0.01

C715

1K 2HC1815 GR 120
1 2 3 R779
47K
C712
R7A2
C710

0.01

D721 R7A8 R780


1N4148 82 47K
R781
47K
G R7A1
1K
C714
560P
C713
10/16
R782
33K
Q707 R783
2HA1015 GR 33K
+B +B
R792
47K

Q706
R793 KRC102 M
2 3
2.2K +B
1
C704
0.022

• NOTES ON SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM can be found on page 13.


1 2 3 4 5 6
Figure 20 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (3/7)
– 20 –
XL-55/55C

DISPLAY PWB-A2

LCD701

12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42

2.5V

2.5V
SEG23
93 92 91 90 89 88 87 86 85 84 83 82 81 80 79 78 77 76 SEG24
SEG6
SEG7
SEG8
SEG9

2.5V SEG10

2.5V SEG11

2.5V SEG12

2.5V SEG13

2.5V SEG14

2.5V SEG15

2.5V SEG16

2.5V SEG17

2.5V SEG18

2.5V SEG19

2.5V SEG20

2.5V SEG21

2.5V SEG22

SEG25 75
2.5V
SEG26 74
2.5V

2.5V

2.5V

2.5V

2.5V
SEG27 73
2.5V
2.5V SEG28 72

2.5V SEG29 71

CNP702 TO CD SERVO PWB


2.5V SEG30 70

2.5V SEG31 69
CLID_SW
2.5V SEG32 68 10 10

P23 12 - B
CD_STB
2.5V SEG33 67 9 9
MRST
66 8 8
R774 1K MCLK MCLK
4V MCLK 65 7 7
R762 1K MLD MLD
4.3V MLD 64 6 6
IC701 R763 1K MDATA MDATA
IX0060SJ 4.3V MDATA 63 5 5
R764 1K BLBCK BLBCK
SYSTEM CONTROL 4.3V BLBCK 62 4 4
MICROCOMPUTER 4.3V STAT 61
R765 1K STAT STAT
3 3
R766 1K CD_STB PU_IN
5V CD_STB 60 2 2
R767 1K MRST GVSW
5V MRST 59 1 1
R768 1K PU_IN
5V PU_IN 58 CNW702 CNS702
R784
57 47K
56 CNS703
TAPE_SW
55 11
+B A–12V
54 R794 R791 10
0V

0V

5V

SYS_STOP 5V
REMOCON 5V

5V

1K 47K D_GND
4.6V

SP_DEC 53 9
JOG_DOWN

P_MUTE 0V
5V

U_CON5V
RUN_PLS

STEREO
P_CONT

FROM MAIN PWB


8
JOG_UP

52
POWER

P_STB
B-CAN
GVSW

SURR

R785 1K SOL
CD+B

P18,19 6,7 - H
DATA
BIAS

CNP703
51
CLE

SD
0V
5V

5V

0V

BACK_LIGHT MOT
6
33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 REC
5
1K
1K
1K
1K

1K
1K
1K

1K
1K

1K
1K
1K
1K

1K
1K
1K

RUN_PLS
4
R755

BIAS
R742
R757
R758
R759

R777
R745
R748
R747

R749
R750
R751

R754
R753
R756

R776

3
B_CAN
2
SURROUND SURROUND
1

BIAS

CNP704 TO MAIN PWB


+B

P19 7 - A
SD SD
9
STEREO STEREO
8
RUN_PLS DO
7
GVSW CL
6
REC CE
5
B_CAN DI
4
+B CD+B +B CD+B
3
P_MUTE P_MUTE
2
P_STB P_STB
1
CFW704
CNS704
MOT
SOL
CNP680 TO POWER AMP. PWB

CE
CL
DO
P24 6 - B

DI
TAPE_SW
CLID_SW
D718 CNW680 CNS680
+B 1N4004 +B +B A–12V
2 2
PROTECT
1 1

7 8 9 10 11 12
Figure 21 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (4/7)
– 21 –
XL-55/55C

CD SERVO PWB-A3

JACK PWB-A7

CNW808B

CNW808A
0.0022(ML)
C865
L806
0.82µH
3 1 1
J801 C864
2 2 2
B DIGITAL
OUT 1
100/10
3 3
4 4

SWITCH PWB-A6

CFW807B
CFW807A

1 1
SW801
CD LID
OPEN/ 2 2 +B
CLOSE
R823 1.8K
C R824 12K
R825 5.6K
R826 18K

R808

R812
2.2K
2.2K
R801

CD MOTOR PWB-C
1K

+B 6.3V 5.2V +B
Q804
HSB562-C
CNP803 CNW803

2.7V
2.7V

5.2V
+ CNS803
SP+ SP+
NM802
M 6 6 7

2.4V
2.9V
SPINDLE – SP– SP–
5 5 6
SL+ SL+
+ 4 4 5
2.7V
2.7V
2.7V
5.2V
5.2V
4.7V
2.7V
SL–

0V
SL–
M

0V
NM801

2.9V
3 3 4
SLED MOTOR PU-IN PU-IN 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

470/10

2 2 3
0.1
C801

R892
VO1–
VO1+
VIN1
VG1
TRB
REG O
MUTE
GND
VG2
VIN2
VO2+
VO2–
GND
OPO
SW800 2 12K
PICKUP IN GND M_GND
D 1 1 1

47/16
8
C803

0.01
82K
IC804
VO4+

VO3+

PO1+
VO4–

VO3–

PO1–
BIAS
GND

VIN4

VIN3
VCC
VCC
VG4

VG3
MM1469XH
FOCUS/TRACKING/

C816

C817
R850
28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15
SPIN/SLED DRIVER
2.7V
2.7V 2.7V
0V

2.7V 5.6V

0V
3V

6V
6V

2.7V
2.7V
2.7V
TR– TR–
FO+ 1 1 1 +B 1 C825 0.1
2 R828 1.5K
TR+ TR+ TR+
2 2 3 R829 4.7K
R809

FO+ FO+
1K

TR–
FO–
3 3 4
FO–
2 R827 18K
4 4 5
2.5V

FO– GND GND


5 5 6
ACTUATOR PD PD +B
6 6 7
VR VR R805
7 7 8
E LD
8 8 9
LD 100

CNS801 CNW801
220K
R817

R816
270K
1/2VCC R833 C818
100K 180P
+
– C C C
+ 1 1 1
– F 2 C814
F F 330P C820 C823
+ 2 2 3 0.022
R820
C809

R832 0.0022
62K
82P

– B B B
3 3 4 390K
A
R811

A
3.9K

+ 4 4 5 R836
– A E C810 150K
R813

E
3.9K

R803
+ 5 5 6 82P
1/2V VREF 10

F E +5V
6 6 7
8
+5V
2.8V

2.8V

2.8V
2.8V
2.7V
2.7V

2.7V

2.7V
3.1V

2.7V
2.7V
2.7V
2.7V
2.7V

2.7V

7 7 +B
0V

GND R804
C821

CNS802 CNW802 33
0.1

32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17
C824
47/16

MON
A
C
B
D
E
F
TBAL
FBAL
GCTL

FEOUT
FEN
TEN
TEOUT
TEBPF
VDET
VREF

LD
IC802
VCC AN22000A
HEAD AMP.
NRFDET
RFOUT

CDFTR
3TOUT
CBDO
CACC

OFTR
RFIN

GND
BDO
VCC
RFN

CEA
ARF
PD
LD

CD PICKUP UNIT(307) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 C85


0V

120P(C
4.2V

5.1V
2.7V
2.4V
4.3V
0.33 1.7V

2.7V

3.5V
0.027 2.7V

4V
0V
3.8V
0V
0V

0V

+B
C807

C812

G
2.1V

C805
22/10
C806
0.1

4.2V
C808

Q801
0.1

2HA1015 GR R890
C815
0.027
C813

0.0056 4.7M
R810
5V

7.5K

R822

R806 C804
1M

C819
R814

47/10
2.2K

4.7 0.0056
R807
39K

C802
47/10
R815
910
C811
100P

H
• NOTES ON SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM can be found on page 13.
• The numbers 1 to 11 are waveform numbers shown in page 30.
1 2 3 4 5 6
Figure 22 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (5/7)
– 22 –
XL-55/55C

FROM DISPLAY PWB


CD SIGNAL
CNP702
CLID_SW

P21 12 - D
10
CD_STB
9
R849 MRST
1K 8
MCLK
7
MLD

CNS702
6
MDATA
5
BLKCK
4
STAT
3
PICK_IN
2
GVSW
1

R896
1K

R895
1K
R897
1K
R839 C867
100 10P
(CH)

+B +B +B
R856 R845
47K 47K

R844
R846
47K

47K

CNP605 TO MAIN PWB


R899 R898
1K 1K C837

P19 7 - H
0.1
+B +B
M_GND
C849 7 6
2.6V
2.6V

4.8V
0.3V

0.2V
2.5V

5.1V

4.7V

4.5V
2.5V

5.1V
2.6V
2.6V
2.6V
R854 +B 6.2V
0V
0V

0V
0V

4V

0V
10/50 6 5
560 D_GND
20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 5 4
CD_R
R852 4 3
PMCK

/RST

STAT
DMUTE
SUBQ
SQCK
BLKCK
/TLOCK
/FLOCK
SENSE
MLD
MDATA
MCLK
TX
DVSS1
DVDD1
SRDATA
LRCK

BCLK
3.9K A_GND
3 2
5.1V C847 R855
2.7V 2
21 TVR SSEL 80 C844 0.0027 560 CD_L
1
0.0027 1
2.7V CNS605
R892 22 TVD MSEL 79 R885
12K 5.1V R883
560 C850 R853
2.7V 23 PC PSEL 78 560 10/50 3.9K
0.2V CNW805
2.7V C845 C848
24 ECM CSEL 77
0.2V 0.001 0.001
2.7V 5.1V
25 ECS RSEL 76 R884 R886
2.7V 11 2.4V 680 680
26 KICK OUTR 75
2.7V 7 0.3V
27 TRO AVSS1 74
2.7V 3 10 2.4V
28 FOO OUTL 73
C825 0.1 C846
2.7V 4.7V C843
29 VREF AVDD1 72 0.1 470/6.3
2.4V IC801 5.1V
30 FBAL /TEST 71
2.4V
31 TBAL
MN6627482W IOSEL 70
5.1V R887
6 100
R889A 1K 2.7V
32 FE SERVO/SIGNAL CONTROL RESY 69
5.1V
R889B 1K 2.7V
33 TE
9 DEMPH 68
0.3V
C858
2.7V 5.1V
34 RFENV CRC 67 0.1
C859
0.3V 5.1V 0.01
35 VDET CLVS 66
0.3V 0.3V
36 OFT FLAG 65
C827
2.3V
37 TRCRS IPFLAG 64 0.2V
0.1 0.3V 4 0.3V
38 /RFDET FCLK 63
0.3V
39 BDO CLOCK 62 0.3V
EFM/CK384

5V
5 4.6V
40 LD BYTCK 61
AVDD2

VCDF2
AVSS2
PLLF1

WVEL

VCOF

SUBC
SBCK
TDFS

+B
DSLF
PLLF
IREF

VDD
PCK
DRF
ARF

VSS
R851

X1
X2
1M

41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 +B L802
0.2V
2.7V

0V
2.7V
1.3V

0.5V
2.7V
1.6V
0.3V
5.1V
0.3V
2.7V

2.7V
0.2V

0.3V
5V
0.3V
2.5V
2.7V
5.1V

C841 0.82µH
R857
0.1
220K

220K
R864

R866
270
C830

2.7K
120K
R862

R893 R874
0.1

7.5K 2.7K
X803
R802

C833 16.93MHz
C828 R858 0.33
100K C836
560P 0.33
C831 C838 C842
0.001 15P(CH) 15P(CH)
0.012

C832
0.68
0.82µH
C857

L801
0.1
C829

C851
120P(CH)
R869
1.5

C835
100/10

+B +B
C834
0.1

7 8 9 10 11 12
Figure 23 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (6/7)
– 23 –
XL-55/55C

C647
330P POWER AMP. PWB-B2
A FM SIGNAL
IC601
LA4451
POWER AMP.

C603
C605

100P
R601 C613
1K 4.7/25 C609
47/50 2200/35
13 2

R609
R615

0.22(ML) 3.3
KTC3199 GR

0.22(ML)
4.7K
14

C611
1N4004

R613
1

220/25

D611

270
C607

1N4004
D613
33/16

C643
R603

C601

Q601

R606 R605
10K

82

FROM DISPLAY PWB


11 3

KTC3199 GR

82
R616 Q605A

R607

Q602
6.8K

P21 12 - G
4.7K 4 1

220/25
KRC107 M

CNS680
12V

3.3 0.22(ML)
C644
1N4004
C604 C608
R604 2
B

D614
10K 3 2 3 PROTECT

1N4004

0.22(ML)
1

D612

C612
2

R614
8

270
C629 CNP680

100P
6 Q609A 1

R610
10
D615 KRA107 M
220/50 1N4148
LCH_IN 9 5 C652
1 R602 C610 R617A
A_GND C606 C614 33/16
2 1K 4.7/25 C648 12 7 47/50 2200/35 680K
RCH_IN 0.0012
3 +B
P_STB C602
TO MAIN PWB

4 Q603A
P19 11 - C

P_MUTE 1/50 R608 D601 2HC1815 GR


CNP604

5 1K R618
RCH_OUT 1N4148 680K
6

3300/50

100/25
RCH_OUT

C670
C630
C615
0.022
7
RCH_GND
8
RCH_GND
9
LCH_GND
10
C 11
LCH_GND
LCH_OUT
12
LCH_OUT
13
CNS604
B1GND

+B
+B1
CNP651
1 2

1 2 CNS651

POWER PWB-B1
D
D651
D652 1N5402M
C651
0.1

CNW651 1N5402M
+B1
2
B1GND
C654

1
0.1

D653 D654 T651


1N5402M 1N5402M POWER
F651 TRANSFORMER
4.0A 125V
(MAIN)
D657 D656 120V
1N4004 1N4004
C657

C656
0.1

0.1
FROM MAIN PWB

C659

C658
0.1

0.1

CNP652
E
P19 10 - F

D659 D658 TF 0V
CNS652

2
1N4004 1N4004
1 F652
VOLTAGE REGULATOR 1.6A 125V

3 IC681 1
KIA7805P
2
0.047
C665

1N4004

0.47/50
0.047
D688

C688

C689

D685
1N4004
D689
1N4004

F
2HC1815 GR

AC 120V,60Hz

R685 RLY681
RELAY
FROM DISPLAY PWB

10K
Q683

USWD_ 5R6V
P20 1 - F

3
CNS707

R686
P_CONT
2 47K
D_GND
1
CNP707
2200/16

D682 D681
C683

1N4004 1N4004
C695 C681
0.001 0.047
AC POWER SUPPLY CORD

C684
0.047
0.001
C660

D683 D684
1N4004
G 1N4004
T681
TO CNW654 POWER
MAIN TRANSFORMER
CHASSIS (SUB)

CNP653
CNW653
1 1 SO651
TO TAPE 2 2 C696 AC INPUT
MECHANISM 0.001 SOCKET
CHASSIS AC120V, 60Hz

• NOTES ON SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM can be found on page 13.


1 2 3 4 5 6
Figure 24 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (7/7)
– 24 –
XL-55/55C

IC601 1413121110 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
C609

R609
C603

C644
C604 C647 C610

R610
C607

C643
POWER AMP. PWB-B2

C629
C608 C648
C615

C606
C605

C611
R605

C612
C613

Q601

Q602

R606
D601
R613

R615
R601
C630 D611
E E CNS604
C C 13

R616
B B R614 12
CNP651 11
10

R617A

MAIN PWB
2 1 9

P26 3 - D
CNP604
FROM
8

D612
D614
7

D613
C601
6

R602
C602 C614
R603

R618
R604
R607
R608

5
4
3
2

Q609A
C670 1
CNP680
Q603A
2 B
1 2 3

Q605A
CNS680 1
P28 3 - G D615 C
FROM 1 2 3 E
C652
DISPLAY PWB

TO MAIN BK
CHASSIS CNW654
POWER PWB-B1
C684 C660
C696

1 C665

MAIN PWB DISPLAY PWB


2 CNP707
D684

P28 1 - F
CNS707
D688 1

FROM
CNP653
D683 2
D682 R686 R685
IC681 3
D681 E
1 2 3 2 1 C
C681 B
D689
CNW653

P26 4 - H
BK

CNS652
FROM
Q683 1
C688 C695 2
C683

C689 CNP652
D654
D685
T681
POWER TRANSFORMER D653
TO TAPE (SUB)
MECHANISM
CHASSIS
C654
D651

D652
CNS651
RD
1 1
BR 2
RLY681 C651 2
RELAY F651 CNW651
4.0A 125V

D657

AC 120V,60Hz
C657
C656
D656
D659
C659
D658
C658
AC POWER SUPPLY CORD

COLOR TABLE
T.F.

BR BROWN
RD(R) RED
F652 OR ORANGE
1.6A 125V
YL YELLOW
GR GREEN
SO651 T651 BL BLUE
AC INPUT POWER TRANSFORMER
SOCKET (MAIN) VL VIOLET
AC 120V,60Hz
GY GRAY
WH(W) WHITE
BK BLACK
PK PINK

7 8 9 10 11 12
Figure 25 WIRING SIDE OF P.W.BOARD (1/5)
– 25 –
XL-55/55C

C384
R379 22

1
C392 C381
A

C397
R381
R374

5 C382
20
R373 X352 R391
D308 C391
R372

IC302
C380 R365 R371 R392
CHASSIS E C395

Q360
GND R380 R386 R385
C387 R359 C
R360 R384 C396

15
C383

R383
C394 R387 R382 B

10
12

11
L351

C385
C386
C376 ZD351
FM BAND

R395
R377
C393

L352
COVERAGE fL FM MUTE
C321 R309 LEVEL

AM IF
C370

CF352
B

R366
C315 R316 C378
C312 L353 C357

R306
R305 L303 C398

C351
C352
R355

C313
C316

R310

R376
9 C355

VR351
C317
1

T351
8 CF351

VD302
R304 2 C358 3 2
7 C314 R308

C356
3

R301
C308 Q35

R393
B 6 C323 R352 R353

R351
Q302 C309 CF302

C354
C353
C C311 5 T304 1 2 3 C399

1
R336

12
R315 TP301

FM IF
R303
E 4 R313

C320
C301

CF303
C360
ANTENNA

3 C305

15 10
3 B
CNP301

C363
R312
IC301 C318

C344
FM/AM

1 2 3

2 C307 R307 2 C

X351
BF301 C304

20
C361

R363
1 2 3 1 D306 1 E
C319 C303 R302

C343
R358
R314
C

13
24
IC303

Q306
D305 C306

C350
C365

C369
C302 D307 R361

C368
VD303 C332