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AVH-X8500BHS/XNUC

DVD RDS AV RECEIVER

AVH-X8500BHS /XNUC

AVH-X8500BT/XNEW5
AVH-X8500BT/XNUW5
AVH-X8550BT/XNRC
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AVH-X8550BT/XNRI
AVH-X8590BT/XNID
This service manual should be used together with the following manual(s):

Model No. Order No. Mech.Module Remarks

CX-3283 CRT4843 LS2 DVD Mech. Module : Circuit Descriptions, Mech. Descriptions, Disassembly

PIONEER CORPORATION 1-1, Shin-ogura, Saiwai-ku, Kawasaki-shi, Kanagawa 212-0031, Japan


PIONEER ELECTRONICS (USA) INC. P.O. Box 1760, Long Beach, CA 90801-1760, U.S.A.
PIONEER EUROPE NV Haven 1087, Keetberglaan 1, 9120 Melsele, Belgium
PIONEER ELECTRONICS ASIACENTRE PTE. LTD. 253 Alexandra Road, #04-01, Singapore 159936
PIONEER CORPORATION 2013
K-ZZZ FEB. 2013 Printed in Japan
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SAFETY INFORMATION

A CAUTION

This service manual is intended for qualified service technicians; it is not meant for the casual do-it-yourselfer.
Qualified technicians have the necessary test equipment and tools, and have been trained to properly and safely repair
complex products such as those covered by this manual.
Improperly performed repairs can adversely affect the safety and reliability of the product and may void the warranty.
If you are not qualified to perform the repair of this product properly and safely, you should not risk trying to do so
and refer the repair to a qualified service technician.

WARNING

This product may contain a chemical known to the State of California to cause cancer, or birth defects or other reproductive
B harm.
Health & Safety Code Section 25249.6 - Proposition 65

Where in a manufacturer’s service documentation, for example in circuit diagrams or lists


of components, a symbol is used to indicate that a specific component shall be replaced only
by the component specified in that documentation for safety reasons, the following symbol shall
be used:

- Safety Precautions for those who Service this Unit.


When checking or adjusting the emitting power of the laser diode exercise caution in order to get safe, reliable
C results.

Caution:
1. During repair or tests, minimum distance of 13 cm from the focus lens must be kept.
2. During repair or tests, do not view laser beam for 10 seconds or longer.

CAUTION:
USE OF CONTROLS OR ADJUSTMENTS OR PERFORMANCE OF PROCEDURES OTHER THAN THOSE
SPECIFIED HEREIN MAY RESULT IN HAZARDOUS RADIATION EXPOSURE.

D CAUTION
This product is a class 1 laser product classi-
fied under the Safety of laser products, IEC
60825-1:2007, and contains a class 1M laser
module. To ensure continued safety, do not re-
move any covers or attempt to gain access to
the inside of the product. Refer all servicing to
qualified personnel.

E CAUTION—CLASS 1M INVISIBLE LASER


RADIATION WHEN OPEN, DO NOT VIEW
DIRECTLY WITH OPTICAL INSTRUMENTS.

WARNING!
The AEL (accessible emission level )of the laser power output is less than CLASS 1
but the laser component is capable of emitting radiation exceeding the limit for
CLASS 1.
A specially instructed person should do servicing operation of the apparatus.
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A
Laser diode characteristics
Wave length:
DVD:660 nm to 670 nm
CD:780 nm to 800 nm
Focus lens on Maximum output:
CD:6.26 mW(Emitting period :9 sec.)
DVD:1.27 mW (Emitting period : unlimited)

Additional Laser Caution


B
Transistors Q1103 and Q1104 in PCB drive the laser diodes for DVD and CD
respectively. When Q1103 or Q1104 is shorted between their terminals,
the laser diodes for DVD or CD will radiate beam. If the top cover is removed
with no disc loaded while such short-circuit is continued, the naked eyes may
be exposed to the laser beam.

CAUTION
Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced.
Replaced only with the same or equivalent type recommended by the manufacturer. C
Discord used batteries according to the manufacturer's instructions.

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CONTENTS
SAFETY INFORMATION..................................................................................................................................... 2
1. SERVICE PRECAUTIONS ............................................................................................................................... 6
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1.1 SERVICE PRECAUTIONS ........................................................................................................................ 6
1.2 NOTES ON SOLDERING .......................................................................................................................... 8
2. SPECIFICATIONS ............................................................................................................................................ 9
2.1 SPECIFICATIONS ..................................................................................................................................... 9
2.2 DISC/CONTENT FORMAT ...................................................................................................................... 24
3. BASIC ITEMS FOR SERVICE........................................................................................................................ 25
3.1 CHECK POINTS AFTER SERVICING..................................................................................................... 25
3.2 PCB LOCATIONS .................................................................................................................................... 26
3.3 JIGS LIST ................................................................................................................................................ 27
3.4 CLEANING............................................................................................................................................... 27
4. BLOCK DIAGRAM.......................................................................................................................................... 28
4.1 OVERALL CONNECTION DIAGRAM...................................................................................................... 28
B 4.2 BLOCK DIAGRAM ................................................................................................................................... 30
5. DIAGNOSIS.................................................................................................................................................... 41
5.1 OPERATIONAL FLOWCHART ................................................................................................................ 41
5.2 INSPECTION METHOD OF PICKUP UNIT............................................................................................. 42
5.3 DIAGNOSIS FLOWCHART ..................................................................................................................... 45
5.4 ERROR CODE LIST ................................................................................................................................ 65
5.5 CONNECTOR FUNCTION DESCRIPTION ............................................................................................. 69
6. SERVICE MODE ............................................................................................................................................ 71
6.1 MONITOR TEST MODE .......................................................................................................................... 71
6.2 DVD TEST MODE ................................................................................................................................... 89
7. DISASSEMBLY .............................................................................................................................................. 94
8. EACH SETTING AND ADJUSTMENT ......................................................................................................... 101
C
8.1 DVD ADJUSTMENT .............................................................................................................................. 101
8.2 PCL OUTPUT CONFIRMATION............................................................................................................ 106
9. EXPLODED VIEWS AND PARTS LIST........................................................................................................ 108
9.1 PACKING ............................................................................................................................................... 108
9.2 EXTERIOR (1) ........................................................................................................................................112
9.3 EXTERIOR (2) ........................................................................................................................................114
9.4 EXTERIOR (3) ........................................................................................................................................116
9.5 DVD MECHANISM MODULE (1)............................................................................................................118
9.6 CD MECHANISM MODULE (2) ............................................................................................................. 120
10. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM............................................................................................................................. 122
10.1 TUNER AMP PCB (ANALOG PART)................................................................................................... 122
D 10.2 TUNER AMP PCB (SYSTEM PART) (GUIDE PAGE).......................................................................... 124
10.3 TUNER AMP PCB (POWER SUPPLY PART) ..................................................................................... 130
10.4 TUNER AMP PCB (I/O PART) (GUIDE PAGE).................................................................................... 132
10.5 TUNER AMP PCB (R2R IC PART) (GUIDE PAGE)............................................................................. 138
10.6 TUNER AMP PCB (DDR/FLASHROM FOR R2R PART) (GUIDE PAGE)........................................... 144
10.7 TUNER AMP PCB (VDEC/VENC PART)............................................................................................. 150
10.8 IF PCB (GUIDE PAGE) ........................................................................................................................ 152
10.9 DVD CORE UNIT (GUIDE PAGE) ....................................................................................................... 158
10.10 TUNER PCB ...................................................................................................................................... 164
10.11 MONITOR UNIT (SERVICE) (MONITOR POWER SUPPLY PART).................................................. 166
10.12 MONITOR UNIT (SERVICE) (I/O PART) ........................................................................................... 168
10.13 KEY UNIT (SERVICE) ....................................................................................................................... 170
E 10.14 CASE UNIT (SERVICE)..................................................................................................................... 172
10.15 SW UNIT (SERVICE)......................................................................................................................... 174
10.16 HDMI UNIT (GUIDE PAGE) ............................................................................................................... 176
10.17 PCB UNIT (SERVICE) ....................................................................................................................... 182
10.18 WAVEFORMS .................................................................................................................................... 184
11. PCB CONNECTION DIAGRAM.................................................................................................................. 186
11.1 TUNER AMP PCB................................................................................................................................ 186
11.2 IF PCB.................................................................................................................................................. 190
11.3 DVD CORE UNIT ................................................................................................................................. 192
11.4 TUNER PCB......................................................................................................................................... 194
11.5 MONITOR UNIT (SERVICE) ................................................................................................................ 196
11.6 KEY UNIT (SERVICE).......................................................................................................................... 200
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11.7 CASE UNIT (SERVICE) ....................................................................................................................... 201
11.8 SW UNIT (SERVICE) ........................................................................................................................... 202
11.9 HDMI UNIT........................................................................................................................................... 204

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11.10 PCB UNIT (SERVICE) ........................................................................................................................206
12. ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST.........................................................................................................................208

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1. SERVICE PRECAUTIONS
1.1 SERVICE PRECAUTIONS
A

1. You should conform to the regulations governing the product (safety, radio and noise, and other regulations), and
should keep the safety during servicing by following the safety instructions described in this manual.
2. Be careful in handling ICs. Some ICs such as MOS type are so fragile that they can be damaged by electrostatic
induction.
3. Please be sure to conduct line process to original status if you make assembling after repair.
4. Please be careful of not to imply static charge onto integrated circuits, etc, when you conduct repair work.
Especially, please use soldering iron with its tip grounded.
Also, please use a pair of tweezers with static charge protection capability if there is the possibility of contacting to
device terminals, and avoid the use of metal-made tweezers.
B 5. Before disassembling the unit, be sure to turn off the power. Unplugging and plugging the connectors during power-on
mode may damage the ICs inside the unit.
6. Please keep the distance of more than 13 cm from focus lens for safety when you check pickup and make adjustment,
and do not look straight at Laser Beam for more than 10 seconds.
7. Please power adjustment when you replaced mechanical area of DVD Mecha Module or DVD core unit.
8. The part listed below is difficult to replace as a discrete component part.
When the part listed in the table is defective, replace whole Assy.
TUNER AMP PCB IC1004 R8A77240D500BG1 BGA
IC1201/IC1202 H5PS5162GFR-S5C BGA
IC1401 AL2010 Heat pad
IC401 337S3959 QFN package and Heat pad
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MONITOR UNIT(SERVICE) IC4001 BD81A04EFV-M Heat pad
IC4151 AK4187VN Heat pad
IC4300 R1290K103A Heat pad
HDMI UNIT IC10 MN864779KT BGA

9. On this mechanism, Pickup and Spindle Motor can not be replaced at the service site, because a special facility is
required for the adjustment after replacing them.
So, if Pickup or Spindle Motor is defective, replace the Mechanism Unit.
10. EJECT LOCK MODE for DVD mechanism
In order to change the EJECT LOCK status of the mechanism, please perform following procedure.
[VOL-] + [EJECT] -> ACC ON

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11. The following area, Heat sink, Top plate and Rear panel becomes hot areas. Be careful not to burn yourself. A

TUNER AMP PCB

IC1461 C121 C131 SIDE A SIDE B


IC832 IC831 IC1381 IC181
C804
IC261

IC471

IC1321
B

C1366 IC1371

IF PCB
SIDE A SIDE B
IC2101
IC2102

HDMI UNIT DVD MECHANISM MODULE


IC10 SIDE A

E
IC1251 IC1501

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1.2 NOTES ON SOLDERING

For environmental protection, lead-free solder is used on the printed circuit boards mounted in this unit.
Be sure to use lead-free solder and a soldering iron that can meet specifications for use with lead-free solders for repairs
accompanied by reworking of soldering.

Compared with conventional eutectic solders, lead-free solders have higher melting points, by approximately 40 C.
Therefore, for lead-free soldering, the tip temperature of a soldering iron must be set to around 373 C in general, although
the temperature depends on the heat capacity of the PC board on which reworking is required and the weight of the tip of
the soldering iron.

Compared with eutectic solders, lead-free solders have higher bond strengths but slower wetting times and higher melting
temperatures (hard to melt/easy to harden).
B

The following lead-free solders are available as service parts:


Parts numbers of lead-free solder:
GYP1006 1.0 in dia.
GYP1007 0.6 in dia.
GYP1008 0.3 in dia.

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2. SPECIFICATIONS
2.1 SPECIFICATIONS
• UC Type A
General Output level:
Power source ...................14.4 V DC (10.8 V to 15.1 V al- Video ........................ 1.0 Vp-p/75Ω(±0.2 V)
lowable) Number of channels ........ 2 (stereo)
Grounding system ............Negative type MP3 decoding format ...... MPEG-1 & 2 Audio Layer 3
Maximum current consumption WMA decoding format ..... Ver. 7, 7.1, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 (2 ch
...................................10.0 A audio)
Backup current .................... 5 mA or less (Windows Media Player)
Dimensions (W × H × D): AAC decoding format ....... MPEG-4 AAC (iTunes encoded
D only) (.m4a)
Chassis .............. 178 . mm × 100 mm × (Ver. 10.6 and earlier)
165 mm DivX decoding format ....... Home Theater Ver. 3, 4, 5.2, 6
(7 in. × 3-7/8 in. × 6-1/2 in.) (.avi, .divx)
Nose .................. 171 mm × 97 mm × MPEG video decoding format
21 mm ...................................MPEG-1 (.mpg, .mpeg, .dat) B
(6-3/4 in. × 3-7/8 in. × 7/8 in.) MPEG-2 PS (.mpg, .mpeg)
Weight ............................. 2.1 kg (4.6 lbs) MPEG-4 Part2 (Visual), MS-
MPEG-4 Ver. 3 (.avi)

Display USB
Screen size/aspect ratio ... 6.95 inch wide/16:9 USB standard specification
(effective display area: ................................... USB 1.1, USB 2.0 high speed
156.6 mm × 81.6 mm) Maximum current supply
Pixels ............................... 1 152 000 (2 400 × 480) ................................... 1.0 A
Display method ................ TFT active matrix, driving type USB Class ....................... MSC (Mass Storage Class)
Color system .................... NTSC/PAL/PAL-M/PAL-N/ iPod (Audio Class, HID Class)
SECAM compatible File system....................... FAT12, FAT16, FAT32
Durable temperature range (power off) MP3 decoding format ...... MPEG-1 & 2 Audio Layer 3,
...................................–4 °F to +176 °F MPEG-2.5 Audio C
WMA decoding format ..... Ver. 7, 7.1, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 (2 ch
audio)
Audio (Windows Media Player)
Maximum power output ... 50 W × 4 AAC decoding format ....... MPEG-4 AAC (iTunes encoded
70 W × 1/2 Ω (for subwoofer) only)
Continuous power output (Ver. 10.6 and earlier)
................................... 22 W × 4 (50 Hz to 15 000 Hz, WAV
5 % THD, 4 Ω load, both chan- WAV signal format .... Linear PCM, MS ADPCM
nels driven) (.wav)
Load impedance .............. 4 Ω (4 Ω to 8 Ω (2 Ω for 1 ch) Sampling Frequency
allowable) ............................Linear PCM:16 kHz,
Preout maximum output level 22.05 kHz, 24 kHz, 32 kHz,
................................... 4.0 V 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz
Equalizer (8-Band Graphic Equalizer): MS ADPCM:22.05 kHz,
Frequency ................. 40 Hz/80 Hz/200 Hz/400 Hz/ D
44.1 kHz
1 kHz/2.5 kHz/8 kHz/10 kHz DivX
Gain ......................... ±12 dB DivX decoding format
HPF: ............................ Home Theater Ver. 4.xx, 5.xx,
Frequency ................. 50 Hz/63 Hz/80 Hz/100 Hz/ 6.xx (Ultra & HD are excluded)
125 Hz (.avi, .divx)
Slope ........................–12 dB/oct Max Bit Rate ............. 8 000 kbps
Subwoofer (mono): Max Frame Rate........ 30 fps(In case of resolution
Frequency ................. 50 Hz/63 Hz/80 Hz/100 Hz/ 720×480. MAX 25 fps in case
125 Hz of 720×576)
Slope ........................–18 dB/oct Audio Codec ............. MP2, MP3, Linear PCM/
Gain ......................... +6 dB to –24 dB MSAD PCM, AC-3
Phase .......................Normal/Reverse Decode Size.............. MAX :720(H) x 480(W), MIN:
Bass boost: 48(H) x 48(W)
Gain ......................... +12 dB to 0 dB H.264 E
H.264 decoding format
............................Base Line Profile (.mp4)
DVD Player Max Bit Rate ............. 8 000 kbps
System ............................ DVD video, Video CD, CD, Max Frame Rate........ 30 fps
WMA, MP3, AAC, DivX, Audio Codec ............. AAC
MPEG player Decode Size.............. MAX :720(H) x 1 280(W),
Usable discs .................... DVD video, Video CD, CD, CD- MIN:48(H) x 48(W)
R/RW, DVD-R/RW/R DL
WMV
Region number ................ 1
WMV decoding format
Frequency response......... 5 Hz to 44 000 Hz (with DVD,
............................Main Profile (.wmv)
at sampling frequency 96 kHz)
Max Bit Rate ............. 8 000 kbps
Signal-to-noise ratio ......... 96 dB (1 kHz) (IHF-A network)
Max Frame Rate........ 30 fps
(RCA level)
Audio Codec ............. WMA
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Decode Size.............. MAX :720(H) x 1 280(W),
MIN:48(H) x 48(W)

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A • UC Type
MPEG-4 MPEG-4
MPEG-4 video decoding format MPEG-4 video decoding format
............................Simple Profile L0/L1/L2/L3, ............................Simple Profile L0/L1/L2/L3,
Advanced Simple Profile Advanced Simple Profile
(.mp4) (.mp4)
Max Bit Rate ............. 8 000 kbps Max Bit Rate ............. 8 000 kbps
Max Frame Rate........ 30 fps Max Frame Rate........ 30 fps
Audio Codec ............. AAC Audio Codec ............. AAC
Decode Size.............. MAX :720(H) x 1 280(W), Decode Size.............. MAX :720(H) x 1 280(W),
MIN:48(H) x 48(W) MIN:48(H) x 48(W)
JPEG JPEG
JPEG decoding format JPEG decoding format
............................Base Line (.jpeg, .jpg, .jpe, ............................Base Line (.jpeg, .jpg, .jpe,
.jfif) .jfif)
B
Pixel Sampling .......... 4:2:2, 4:2:0 Pixel Sampling .......... 4:2:2, 4:2:0
Decode Size.............. MAX:4 092(H) x 4 092(W), Decode Size.............. MAX:4 092(H) x 4 092(W),
MIN:16(H) x 16(W) MIN:16(H) x 16(W)
Max File Size............. 8 MByte Max File Size............. 8 MByte

SD FM tuner
Compatible physical format Frequency range ..............87.9 MHz to 107.9 MHz
................................... Version 1.1 Usable sensitivity ............. 9 dBf (0.8 µV/75 Ω, mono, S/N:
File system....................... FAT12, FAT16, FAT32 30 dB)
MP3 decoding format ...... MPEG-1 & 2 Audio Layer 3, Signal-to-noise ratio ......... 80 dB (digital broadcasting)
MPEG-2.5 Audio (IHF-A network)
WMA decoding format ..... Ver. 7, 7.1, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 (2 ch Signal-to-noise ratio ......... 72 dB (analog broadcasting)
audio) (IHF-A network)
C (Windows Media Player)
AAC decoding format ....... MPEG-4 AAC (iTunes encoded
only) AM tuner
(Ver. 10.6 and earlier) Frequency range .............. 530 kHz to 1 710 kHz
WAV Usable sensitivity ............. 25 µV (S/N: 20 dB)
WAV signal format ....Linear PCM, MS ADPCM Signal-to-noise ratio ......... 80 dB (digital broadcasting)
(.wav) (IHF-A network)
Sampling Frequency Signal-to-noise ratio ......... 62 dB (analog broadcasting)
............................Linear PCM:16 kHz, (IHF-A network)
22.05 kHz, 24 kHz, 32 kHz,
44.1 kHz, 48 kHz
Bluetooth
MS ADPCM:22.05 kHz,
Version ............................Bluetooth 3.0 certified
44.1 kHz
Output power ................... +4 dBm Maximum
DivX (Power class 2)
D
DivX decoding format
............................ Home Theater Ver. 4.xx, 5.xx,
6.xx (Ultra & HD are excluded) CEA2006 Specifications
(.avi, .divx)
Max Bit Rate ............. 8 000 kbps
Max Frame Rate........ 30 fps(In case of resolution
720×480. MAX 25 fps in case
of 720×576)
Audio Codec ............. MP2, MP3, Linear PCM/
MSAD PCM, AC-3 Power output ................... 14 W RMS × 4 Channels (4Ω
Decode Size.............. MAX :720(H) x 480(W), MIN: and 1 % THD+N)
48(H) x 48(W) S/N ratio .......................... 91 dBA (reference: 1 W into
H.264 4 Ω)
H.264 decoding format
E Note
............................Base Line Profile (.mp4)
Max Bit Rate ............. 8 000 kbps Specifications and the design are subject to
Max Frame Rate........ 30 fps modifications without notice.
Audio Codec ............. AAC
Decode Size.............. MAX :720(H) x 1 280(W),
MIN:48(H) x 48(W)
WMV
Fastening the front panel
WMV decoding format If you do not plan to detach the front panel, the
............................Main Profile (.wmv) front panel can be fastened with supplied screw.
Max Bit Rate ............. 8 000 kbps
Max Frame Rate........ 30 fps
Audio Codec ............. WMA
Decode Size.............. MAX :720(H) x 1 280(W),
F MIN:48(H) x 48(W)

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• EW5 Type A

General DVD Player


Rated power source...............14.4 V DC System ..........................................DVD video, Video CD, CD,
(allowable voltage range: WMA, MP3, AAC, DivX,
10.8 V to 15.1 V DC) MPEG player
Grounding system...................Negative type Usable discs ..............................DVD video, Video CD, CD,
Maximum current consumption CD-R/RW, DVD-R/RW/R DL
.....................................................10.0 A Region number ........................2
Backup current ................... 5 mA or less Frequency response...............5 Hz to 44 000 Hz (with DVD,
at sampling frequency
Dimensions (W × H × D):
96 kHz)
DIN
Signal-to-noise ratio...............96 dB (1 kHz) (IEC-A net-
Chassis .....................178 mm × 100 mm ×
work) (RCA level)
157 mm
Output level:
Nose ...........................188 mm × 118 mm × B
Video....................................1.0 Vp-p/75 Ω (±0.2 V)
29 mm
Number of channels ..............2 (stereo)
D
MP3 decoding format ...........MPEG-1 & 2 Audio Layer 3
Chassis .....................178 mm × 100 mm ×
WMA decoding format .........Ver. 7, 7.1, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12
165 mm
(2 ch audio)
Nose ...........................171 mm × 97 mm × 21 mm
(Windows Media Player)
Weight ..........................................2.1 kg
AAC decoding format............MPEG-4 AAC (iTunes en-
coded only) (.m4a)
Display
(Ver. 10.6 and earlier)
Screen size/aspect ratio.......6.95 inch wide/16:9
DivX decoding format............Home Theater Ver. 3, 4, 5.2,
(effective display area:
6 (.avi, .divx)
156.6 mm × 81.6 mm)
MPEG video decoding format
Pixels .............................................1 152 000 (2 400 × 480)
.....................................................MPEG-1 (.mpg, .mpeg, .dat)
Display method ........................TFT active matrix, driving
MPEG-2 PS (.mpg, .mpeg)
type
MPEG-4 Part2 (Visual), MS- C
Color system..............................NTSC/PAL/PAL-M/PAL-N/
MPEG-4 Ver. 3 (.avi)
SECAM compatible
Durable temperature range (power off)
USB
.....................................................–20 °C to +80 °C
USB standard specification
.....................................................USB 1.1, USB 2.0 high
Audio
speed
Maximum power output .......50 W × 4
Maximum current supply ....1.0 A
70 W × 1/2 Ω (for subwoo-
USB Class...................................MSC (Mass Storage Class)
fer)
iPod (Audio Class, HID
Continuous power output ...22 W × 4 (50 Hz to
Class)
15 000 Hz, 5 % THD,
File system..................................FAT12, FAT16, FAT32
4 Ω load, both channels dri-
MP3 decoding format ...........MPEG-1 & 2 Audio Layer 3,
ven)
MPEG-2.5 Audio
Load impedance ......................4 Ω (4 Ω to 8 Ω (2 Ω for 1 ch)
WMA decoding format .........Ver. 7, 7.1, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 D
allowable)
(2 ch audio)
Preout maximum output level
(Windows Media Player)
.....................................................4.0 V
Equalizer (8-Band Graphic Equalizer): AAC decoding format............MPEG-4 AAC (iTunes en-
Frequency..........................40 Hz/80 Hz/200 Hz/400 Hz/ coded only)
1 kHz/2.5 kHz/8 kHz/10 kHz (Ver. 10.6 and earlier)
Gain ......................................±12 dB WAV
HPF: WAV signal format ........Linear PCM, MS ADPCM
Frequency..........................50 Hz/63 Hz/80 Hz/100 Hz/ (.wav)
125 Hz Sampling Frequency....Linear PCM:16 kHz,
Slope....................................–12 dB/oct 22.05 kHz, 24 kHz, 32 kHz,
44.1 kHz, 48 kHz
Subwoofer (mono):
MS ADPCM:22.05 kHz,
Frequency..........................50 Hz/63 Hz/80 Hz/100 Hz/
44.1 kHz
125 Hz
DivX E
Slope....................................–18 dB/oct
DivX decoding format
Gain ......................................+6 dB to –24 dB
...........................................Home Theater Ver. 4.xx, 5.xx,
Phase ..................................Normal/Reverse
6.xx (Ultra & HD are ex-
Bass boost:
cluded) (.avi, .divx)
Gain ......................................+12 dB to 0 dB
Max Bit Rate ....................8 000 kbps
Max Frame Rate.............30 fps(In case of resolution
720×480. MAX 25 fps in
case of 720×576)
Audio Codec ....................MP2, MP3, Linear PCM/
MSAD PCM, AC-3
Decode Size.....................MAX:720(H) x 480(W), MIN:
48(H) x 48(W)

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A • EW5 Type
H.264 H.264
H.264 decoding format H.264 decoding format
......................................... Base Line Profile (.mp4) ......................................... Base Line Profile (.mp4)
Max Bit Rate ................... 8 000 kbps Max Bit Rate ................... 8 000 kbps
Max Frame Rate............ 30 fps Max Frame Rate............ 30 fps
Audio Codec ................... AAC Audio Codec ................... AAC
Decode Size.................... MAX:720(H) x 1 280(W), Decode Size.................... MAX:720(H) x 1 280(W),
MIN:48(H) x 48(W) MIN:48(H) x 48(W)
WMV WMV
WMV decoding format WMV decoding format
......................................... Main Profile (.wmv) ......................................... Main Profile (.wmv)
Max Bit Rate ................... 8 000 kbps Max Bit Rate ................... 8 000 kbps
Max Frame Rate............ 30 fps Max Frame Rate............ 30 fps
B Audio Codec ................... WMA Audio Codec ................... WMA
Decode Size.................... MAX:720(H) x 1 280(W), Decode Size.................... MAX:720(H) x 1 280(W),
MIN:48(H) x 48(W) MIN:48(H) x 48(W)
MPEG-4 MPEG-4
MPEG-4 video decoding format MPEG-4 video decoding format
......................................... Simple Profile L0/L1/L2/L3, ......................................... Simple Profile L0/L1/L2/L3,
Advanced Simple Profile Advanced Simple Profile
(.mp4) (.mp4)
Max Bit Rate ................... 8 000 kbps Max Bit Rate ................... 8 000 kbps
Max Frame Rate............ 30 fps Max Frame Rate............ 30 fps
Audio Codec ................... AAC Audio Codec ................... AAC
Decode Size.................... MAX:720(H) x 1 280(W), Decode Size.................... MAX:720(H) x 1 280(W),
MIN:48(H) x 48(W) MIN:48(H) x 48(W)
JPEG JPEG
C JPEG decoding format JPEG decoding format
......................................... Base Line (.jpeg, .jpg, .jpe, ......................................... Base Line (.jpeg, .jpg, .jpe,
.jfif) .jfif)
Pixel Sampling ............... 4:2:2, 4:2:0 Pixel Sampling ............... 4:2:2, 4:2:0
Decode Size.................... MAX:4 092(H) x 4 092(W), Decode Size.................... MAX:4 092(H) x 4 092(W),
MIN:16(H) x 16(W) MIN:16(H) x 16(W)
Max File Size................... 8 MByte Max File Size................... 8 MByte

SD FM tuner
Compatible physical format Frequency range..................... 87.5 MHz to 108.0 MHz
...................................................Version 1.1 Usable sensitivity.................... 9 dBf (0.8 µV/75 Ω, mono,
File system................................ FAT12, FAT16, FAT32 S/N: 30 dB)
MP3 decoding format .......... MPEG-1 & 2 Audio Layer 3, Signal-to-noise ratio.............. 72 dB (IEC-A network)
MPEG-2.5 Audio
D WMA decoding format ........ Ver. 7, 7.1, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 MW tuner
(2 ch audio) Frequency range..................... 531 kHz to 1 602 kHz (9 kHz)
(Windows Media Player) Usable sensitivity.................... 25 µV (S/N: 20 dB)
AAC decoding format........... MPEG-4 AAC (iTunes en- Signal-to-noise ratio.............. 62 dB (IEC-A network)
coded only)
(Ver. 10.6 and earlier) LW tuner
WAV Frequency range..................... 153 kHz to 281 kHz
WAV signal format ........Linear PCM, MS ADPCM Usable sensitivity.................... 28 µV (S/N: 20 dB)
(.wav) Signal-to-noise ratio.............. 62 dB (IEC-A network)
Sampling Frequency.... Linear PCM:16 kHz,
22.05 kHz, 24 kHz, 32 kHz, Bluetooth
44.1 kHz, 48 kHz Version ........................................ Bluetooth 3.0 certified
MS ADPCM:22.05 kHz, Output power .......................... +4 dBm Maximum
44.1 kHz (Power class 2)
DivX
E
DivX decoding format Note
......................................... Home Theater Ver. 4.xx, 5.xx, Specifications and the design are subject to mod-
6.xx (Ultra & HD are ex-
ifications without notice.
cluded) (.avi, .divx)
Max Bit Rate ................... 8 000 kbps
Max Frame Rate............ 30 fps(In case of resolution
720×480. MAX 25 fps in
case of 720×576)
Audio Codec ................... MP2, MP3, Linear PCM/
MSAD PCM, AC-3
Decode Size.................... MAX:720(H) x 480(W), MIN:
48(H) x 48(W)

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• UW5 Type A

Backup current ................... 5 mA or less

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A • UW5 Type

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• UW5 Type A

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A • RC Type
General DVD Player
Power source ...................14.4 V DC (12.0 V to 14.4 V al- System ............................ DVD video, Video CD, CD,
lowable) WMA, MP3, AAC, DivX,
Grounding system ............Negative type MPEG player
Maximum current consumption Usable discs .................... DVD video, Video CD, CD, CD-
...................................10.0 A R/RW, DVD-R/RW/R DL
Backup current ................... 5 mA or less Region number ................ 3
Dimensions (W × H × D): Frequency response......... 5 Hz to 44 000 Hz (with DVD,
D at sampling frequency 96 kHz)
Chassis .............. 178 mm × 100 mm × Signal-to-noise ratio ......... 96 dB (1 kHz) (IEC-A network)
165 mm (RCA level)
Nose .................. 171 mm × 97 mm × Output level:
21 mm Video ........................ 1.0 Vp-p/75 Ω (±0.2 V)
B Number of channels ........ 2 (stereo)
Weight ............................. 2.1 kg
MP3 decoding format ...... MPEG-1 & 2 Audio Layer 3
WMA decoding format ..... Ver. 7, 7.1, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 (2 ch
Display audio)
Screen size/aspect ratio ... 6.95 inch wide/16:9 (Windows Media Player)
(effective display area: AAC decoding format ....... MPEG-4 AAC (iTunes encoded
156.6 mm × 81.6 mm) only) (.m4a)
Pixels ............................... 1 152 000 (2 400 × 480) (Ver. 10.6 and earlier)
Display method ................ TFT active matrix, driving type DivX decoding format ....... Home Theater Ver. 3, 4, 5.2, 6
Color system ....................NTSC/PAL/PAL-M/PAL-N/ (.avi, .divx)
SECAM compatible MPEG video decoding format
Durable temperature range (power off) ...................................MPEG-1 (.mpg, .mpeg, .dat)
...................................–20 °C to +80 °C MPEG-2 PS (.mpg, .mpeg)
MPEG-4 Part2 (Visual), MS-
C MPEG-4 Ver. 3 (.avi)
Audio
Maximum power output ... 50 W × 4
70 W × 1/2 Ω (for subwoofer) USB
Continuous power output USB standard specification
................................... 22 W × 4 (50 Hz to 15 000 Hz, ................................... USB 1.1, USB 2.0 high speed
5 % THD, 4 Ω load, both chan- Maximum current supply
nels driven) ................................... 1.0 A
Load impedance .............. 4 Ω (4 Ω to 8 Ω (2 Ω for 1 ch) USB Class ....................... MSC (Mass Storage Class)
allowable) iPod (Audio Class, HID Class)
Preout maximum output level File system....................... FAT12, FAT16, FAT32
................................... 4.0 V MP3 decoding format ...... MPEG-1 & 2 Audio Layer 3,
Equalizer (8-Band Graphic Equalizer): MPEG-2.5 Audio
Frequency ................. 40 Hz/80 Hz/200 Hz/400 Hz/ WMA decoding format ..... Ver. 7, 7.1, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 (2 ch
D 1 kHz/2.5 kHz/8 kHz/10 kHz audio)
Gain ......................... ±12 dB (Windows Media Player)
HPF: AAC decoding format ....... MPEG-4 AAC (iTunes encoded
Frequency ................. 50 Hz/63 Hz/80 Hz/100 Hz/ only)
125 Hz (Ver. 10.6 and earlier)
Slope ........................–12 dB/oct WAV
Subwoofer (mono): WAV signal format .... Linear PCM, MS ADPCM
Frequency ................. 50 Hz/63 Hz/80 Hz/100 Hz/ (.wav)
125 Hz Sampling Frequency
Slope ........................–18 dB/oct ............................Linear PCM:16 kHz,
Gain ......................... +6 dB to –24 dB 22.05 kHz, 24 kHz, 32 kHz,
Phase .......................Normal/Reverse 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz
Bass boost: MS ADPCM:22.05 kHz,
Gain ......................... +12 dB to 0 dB 44.1 kHz
E DivX
DivX decoding format
............................ Home Theater Ver. 4.xx, 5.xx,
6.xx (Ultra & HD are excluded)
(.avi, .divx)
Max Bit Rate ............. 8 000 kbps
Max Frame Rate........ 30 fps(In case of resolution
720×480. MAX 25 fps in case
of 720×576)
Audio Codec ............. MP2, MP3, Linear PCM/
MSAD PCM, AC-3
Decode Size.............. MAX :720(H) x 480(W), MIN:
48(H) x 48(W)

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• RC Type A
H.264 H.264
H.264 decoding format H.264 decoding format
............................Base Line Profile (.mp4) ............................Base Line Profile (.mp4)
Max Bit Rate ............. 8 000 kbps Max Bit Rate ............. 8 000 kbps
Max Frame Rate........ 30 fps Max Frame Rate........ 30 fps
Audio Codec ............. AAC Audio Codec ............. AAC
Decode Size.............. MAX :720(H) x 1 280(W), Decode Size.............. MAX :720(H) x 1 280(W),
MIN:48(H) x 48(W) MIN:48(H) x 48(W)
WMV WMV
WMV decoding format WMV decoding format
............................ Main Profile (.wmv) ............................Main Profile (.wmv)
Max Bit Rate ............. 8 000 kbps Max Bit Rate ............. 8 000 kbps
Max Frame Rate........ 30 fps Max Frame Rate........ 30 fps
Audio Codec ............. WMA Audio Codec ............. WMA B
Decode Size.............. MAX :720(H) x 1 280(W), Decode Size.............. MAX :720(H) x 1 280(W),
MIN:48(H) x 48(W) MIN:48(H) x 48(W)
MPEG-4 MPEG-4
MPEG-4 video decoding format MPEG-4 video decoding format
............................Simple Profile L0/L1/L2/L3, ............................Simple Profile L0/L1/L2/L3,
Advanced Simple Profile Advanced Simple Profile
(.mp4) (.mp4)
Max Bit Rate ............. 8 000 kbps Max Bit Rate ............. 8 000 kbps
Max Frame Rate........ 30 fps Max Frame Rate........ 30 fps
Audio Codec ............. AAC Audio Codec ............. AAC
Decode Size.............. MAX :720(H) x 1 280(W), Decode Size.............. MAX :720(H) x 1 280(W),
MIN:48(H) x 48(W) MIN:48(H) x 48(W)
JPEG JPEG
JPEG decoding format JPEG decoding format C
............................Base Line (.jpeg, .jpg, .jpe, ............................Base Line (.jpeg, .jpg, .jpe,
.jfif) .jfif)
Pixel Sampling ..........4:2:2, 4:2:0 Pixel Sampling ..........4:2:2, 4:2:0
Decode Size.............. MAX:4 092(H) x 4 092(W), Decode Size.............. MAX:4 092(H) x 4 092(W),
MIN:16(H) x 16(W) MIN:16(H) x 16(W)
Max File Size............. 8 MByte Max File Size............. 8 MByte

SD FM tuner
Compatible physical format Frequency range ..............87.5 MHz to 108.0 MHz
................................... Version 1.1 Usable sensitivity ............. 9 dBf (0.8 µV/75 Ω, mono, S/N:
File system....................... FAT12, FAT16, FAT32 30 dB)
MP3 decoding format ...... MPEG-1 & 2 Audio Layer 3, Signal-to-noise ratio ......... 72 dB (IEC-A network)
MPEG-2.5 Audio D
WMA decoding format ..... Ver. 7, 7.1, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 (2 ch
audio) AM tuner
(Windows Media Player) Frequency range .............. 530 kHz to 1 640 kHz (10 kHz)
AAC decoding format ....... MPEG-4 AAC (iTunes encoded 531 kHz to 1 602 kHz (9 kHz)
only) Usable sensitivity ............. 25 µV (S/N: 20 dB)
(Ver. 10.6 and earlier) Signal-to-noise ratio ......... 62 dB (IEC-A network)
WAV
WAV signal format .... Linear PCM, MS ADPCM
(.wav)
Bluetooth
Sampling Frequency Version ............................Bluetooth 3.0 certified
............................Linear PCM:16 kHz, Output power ................... +4 dBm Maximum
22.05 kHz, 24 kHz, 32 kHz, (Power class 2)
44.1 kHz, 48 kHz
Note
MS ADPCM:22.05 kHz, E
44.1 kHz Specifications and the design are subject to
DivX
modifications without notice.
DivX decoding format
............................ Home Theater Ver. 4.xx, 5.xx,
6.xx (Ultra & HD are excluded)
(.avi, .divx)
Max Bit Rate ............. 8 000 kbps
Max Frame Rate........ 30 fps(In case of resolution
720×480. MAX 25 fps in case
of 720×576)
Audio Codec ............. MP2, MP3, Linear PCM/
MSAD PCM, AC-3
Decode Size.............. MAX :720(H) x 480(W), MIN:
48(H) x 48(W) F

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A • RD Type
General DVD Player
Power source ...................14.4 V DC (12.0 V to 14.4 V al- System ............................ DVD video, Video CD, CD,
lowable) WMA, MP3, AAC, DivX,
Grounding system ............Negative type MPEG player
Maximum current consumption Usable discs .................... DVD video, Video CD, CD, CD-
...................................10.0 A R/RW, DVD-R/RW/R DL
Backup current ................... 5 mA or less Region number ................ 4
Dimensions (W × H × D): Frequency response......... 5 Hz to 44 000 Hz (with DVD,
D at sampling frequency 96 kHz)
Chassis .............. 178 mm × 100 mm × Signal-to-noise ratio ......... 96 dB (1 kHz) (IEC-A network)
165 mm (RCA level)
Nose .................. 171 mm × 97 mm × Output level:
21 mm Video ........................ 1.0 Vp-p/75 Ω (±0.2 V)
B Number of channels ........ 2 (stereo)
Weight ............................. 2.1 kg
MP3 decoding format ...... MPEG-1 & 2 Audio Layer 3
WMA decoding format ..... Ver. 7, 7.1, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 (2 ch
Display audio)
Screen size/aspect ratio ... 6.95 inch wide/16:9 (Windows Media Player)
(effective display area: AAC decoding format .......MPEG-4 AAC (iTunes encoded
156.6 mm × 81.6 mm) only) (.m4a)
Pixels ............................... 1 152 000 (2 400 × 480) (Ver. 10.6 and earlier)
Display method ................ TFT active matrix, driving type DivX decoding format ....... Home Theater Ver. 3, 4, 5.2, 6
Color system ....................NTSC/PAL/PAL-M/PAL-N/ (.avi, .divx)
SECAM compatible MPEG video decoding format
Durable temperature range (power off) ................................ MPEG-1 (.mpg, .mpeg, .dat)
...................................–20 °C to +80 °C MPEG-2 PS (.mpg, .mpeg)
MPEG-4 Part2 (Visual), MS-
C MPEG-4 Ver. 3 (.avi)
Audio
Maximum power output ... 50 W × 4
70 W × 1/2 Ω (for subwoofer) USB
Continuous power output USB standard specification
................................... 22 W × 4 (50 Hz to 15 000 Hz, ................................... USB 1.1, USB 2.0 high speed
5 % THD, 4 Ω load, both chan- Maximum current supply
nels driven) ................................... 1.0 A
Load impedance .............. 4 Ω (4 Ω to 8 Ω (2 Ω for 1 ch) USB Class ....................... MSC (Mass Storage Class)
allowable) iPod (Audio Class, HID Class)
Preout maximum output level File system....................... FAT12, FAT16, FAT32
................................... 4.0 V MP3 decoding format ...... MPEG-1 & 2 Audio Layer 3,
Equalizer (8-Band Graphic Equalizer): MPEG-2.5 Audio
Frequency ................. 40 Hz/80 Hz/200 Hz/400 Hz/ WMA decoding format ..... Ver. 7, 7.1, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 (2 ch
D 1 kHz/2.5 kHz/8 kHz/10 kHz audio)
Gain ......................... ±12 dB (Windows Media Player)
HPF: AAC decoding format ....... MPEG-4 AAC (iTunes encoded
Frequency ................. 50 Hz/63 Hz/80 Hz/100 Hz/ only)
125 Hz (Ver. 10.6 and earlier)
Slope ........................–12 dB/oct WAV
Subwoofer (mono): WAV signal format ....Linear PCM, MS ADPCM
Frequency ................. 50 Hz/63 Hz/80 Hz/100 Hz/ (.wav)
125 Hz Sampling Frequency
Slope ........................–18 dB/oct ............................Linear PCM:16 kHz,
Gain ......................... +6 dB to –24 dB 22.05 kHz, 24 kHz, 32 kHz,
Phase .......................Normal/Reverse 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz
Bass boost: MS ADPCM:22.05 kHz,
Gain ......................... +12 dB to 0 dB 44.1 kHz
E DivX
DivX decoding format
............................ Home Theater Ver. 4.xx, 5.xx,
6.xx (Ultra & HD are excluded)
(.avi, .divx)
Max Bit Rate ............. 8 000 kbps
Max Frame Rate........ 30 fps(In case of resolution
720×480. MAX 25 fps in case
of 720×576)
Audio Codec ............. MP2, MP3, Linear PCM/
MSAD PCM, AC-3
Decode Size.............. MAX :720(H) x 480(W), MIN:
48(H) x 48(W)

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• RD Type A
H.264 H.264
H.264 decoding format H.264 decoding format
............................Base Line Profile (.mp4) ............................Base Line Profile (.mp4)
Max Bit Rate ............. 8 000 kbps Max Bit Rate ............. 8 000 kbps
Max Frame Rate........ 30 fps Max Frame Rate........ 30 fps
Audio Codec ............. AAC Audio Codec ............. AAC
Decode Size.............. MAX :720(H) x 1 280(W), Decode Size.............. MAX :720(H) x 1 280(W),
MIN:48(H) x 48(W) MIN:48(H) x 48(W)
WMV WMV
WMV decoding format WMV decoding format
............................Main Profile (.wmv) ............................Main Profile (.wmv)
Max Bit Rate ............. 8 000 kbps Max Bit Rate ............. 8 000 kbps
Max Frame Rate........ 30 fps Max Frame Rate........ 30 fps
Audio Codec ............. WMA Audio Codec ............. WMA B
Decode Size.............. MAX :720(H) x 1 280(W), Decode Size.............. MAX :720(H) x 1 280(W),
MIN:48(H) x 48(W) MIN:48(H) x 48(W)
MPEG-4 MPEG-4
MPEG-4 video decoding format MPEG-4 video decoding format
............................Simple Profile L0/L1/L2/L3, ............................Simple Profile L0/L1/L2/L3,
Advanced Simple Profile Advanced Simple Profile
(.mp4) (.mp4)
Max Bit Rate ............. 8 000 kbps Max Bit Rate ............. 8 000 kbps
Max Frame Rate........ 30 fps Max Frame Rate........ 30 fps
Audio Codec ............. AAC Audio Codec ............. AAC
Decode Size.............. MAX :720(H) x 1 280(W), Decode Size.............. MAX :720(H) x 1 280(W),
MIN:48(H) x 48(W) MIN:48(H) x 48(W)
JPEG JPEG
JPEG decoding format JPEG decoding format C
............................Base Line (.jpeg, .jpg, .jpe, ............................Base Line (.jpeg, .jpg, .jpe,
.jfif) .jfif)
Pixel Sampling ..........4:2:2, 4:2:0 Pixel Sampling .......... 4:2:2, 4:2:0
Decode Size.............. MAX:4 092(H) x 4 092(W), Decode Size.............. MAX:4 092(H) x 4 092(W),
MIN:16(H) x 16(W) MIN:16(H) x 16(W)
Max File Size............. 8 MByte Max File Size............. 8 MByte

SD FM tuner
Compatible physical format Frequency range ..............87.5 MHz to 108.0 MHz
................................... Version 1.1 Usable sensitivity ............. 9 dBf (0.8 µV/75 Ω, mono, S/N:
File system....................... FAT12, FAT16, FAT32 30 dB)
MP3 decoding format ......MPEG-1 & 2 Audio Layer 3, Signal-to-noise ratio ......... 72 dB (IEC-A network)
MPEG-2.5 Audio D
WMA decoding format ..... Ver. 7, 7.1, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 (2 ch
audio) AM tuner
(Windows Media Player) Frequency range .............. 530 kHz to 1 640 kHz (10 kHz)
AAC decoding format ....... MPEG-4 AAC (iTunes encoded 531 kHz to 1 602 kHz (9 kHz)
only) Usable sensitivity ............. 25 µV (S/N: 20 dB)
(Ver. 10.6 and earlier) Signal-to-noise ratio ......... 62 dB (IEC-A network)
WAV
WAV signal format ....Linear PCM, MS ADPCM
(.wav)
Bluetooth
Sampling Frequency Version ............................Bluetooth 3.0 certified
............................Linear PCM:16 kHz, Output power ................... +4 dBm Maximum
22.05 kHz, 24 kHz, 32 kHz, (Power class 2)
44.1 kHz, 48 kHz
Note
MS ADPCM:22.05 kHz, E
44.1 kHz Specifications and the design are subject to
DivX
modifications without notice.
DivX decoding format
............................ Home Theater Ver. 4.xx, 5.xx,
6.xx (Ultra & HD are excluded)
(.avi, .divx)
Max Bit Rate ............. 8 000 kbps
Max Frame Rate........ 30 fps(In case of resolution
720×480. MAX 25 fps in case
of 720×576)
Audio Codec ............. MP2, MP3, Linear PCM/
MSAD PCM, AC-3
Decode Size.............. MAX :720(H) x 480(W), MIN:
48(H) x 48(W) F

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A • RI Type
General DVD Player
Power source ...................14.4 V DC (12.0 V to 14.4 V al- System ............................ DVD video, Video CD, CD,
lowable) WMA, MP3, AAC, DivX,
Grounding system ............Negative type MPEG player
Maximum current consumption Usable discs .................... DVD video, Video CD, CD, CD-
...................................10.0 A R/RW, DVD-R/RW/R DL
Backup current ................... 5 mA or less Region number ................ 2
Dimensions (W × H × D): Frequency response......... 5 Hz to 44 000 Hz (with DVD,
DIN at sampling frequency 96 kHz)
Chassis .............. 178 mm × 100 mm × Signal-to-noise ratio ......... 96 dB (1 kHz) (IEC-A network)
157 mm (RCA level)
Nose .................. 188 mm × 118 mm × Output level:
29 mm Video ........................ 1.0 Vp-p/75Ω(±0.2 V)
B Number of channels ........ 2 (stereo)
D
Chassis .............. 178 mm × 100 mm × MP3 decoding format ...... MPEG-1 & 2 Audio Layer 3
165 mm WMA decoding format ..... Ver. 7, 7.1, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 (2 ch
Nose .................. 171 mm × 97 mm × audio)
21 mm (Windows Media Player)
Weight ............................. 2.1 kg AAC decoding format .......MPEG-4 AAC (iTunes encoded
only) (.m4a)
(Ver. 10.6 and earlier)
Display DivX decoding format ....... Home Theater Ver. 3, 4, 5.2, 6
Screen size/aspect ratio ... 6.95 inch wide/16:9 (.avi, .divx)
(effective display area: MPEG video decoding format
156.6 mm × 81.6 mm) ................................ MPEG-1 (.mpg, .mpeg, .dat)
Pixels ............................... 1 152 000 (2 400 × 480) MPEG-2 PS (.mpg, .mpeg)
Display method ................ TFT active matrix, driving type MPEG-4 Part2 (Visual), MS-
C Color system ....................NTSC/PAL/PAL-M/PAL-N/ MPEG-4 Ver. 3 (.avi)
SECAM compatible
Durable temperature range (power off)
...................................–20 °C to +80 °C USB
USB standard specification
................................... USB 1.1, USB 2.0 high speed
Audio Maximum current supply
Maximum power output ... 50 W × 4 ................................... 1.0 A
70 W × 1/2 Ω (for subwoofer) USB Class ....................... MSC (Mass Storage Class)
Continuous power output iPod (Audio Class, HID Class)
................................... 22 W × 4 (50 Hz to 15 000 Hz, File system....................... FAT12, FAT16, FAT32
5 % THD, 4 Ω load, both chan- MP3 decoding format ...... MPEG-1 & 2 Audio Layer 3,
nels driven) MPEG-2.5 Audio
Load impedance .............. 4 Ω (4 Ω to 8 Ω (2 Ω for 1 ch) WMA decoding format ..... Ver. 7, 7.1, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 (2 ch
D allowable) audio)
Preout maximum output level (Windows Media Player)
................................... 4.0 V AAC decoding format .......MPEG-4 AAC (iTunes encoded
Equalizer (8-Band Graphic Equalizer): only)
Frequency ................. 40 Hz/80 Hz/200 Hz/400 Hz/ (Ver. 10.6 and earlier)
1 kHz/2.5 kHz/8 kHz/10 kHz WAV
Gain ......................... ±12 dB WAV signal format ....Linear PCM, MS ADPCM
(.wav)
HPF:
Sampling Frequency
Frequency ................. 50 Hz/63 Hz/80 Hz/100 Hz/
............................Linear PCM:16 kHz,
125 Hz
22.05 kHz, 24 kHz, 32 kHz,
Slope ........................–12 dB/oct
44.1 kHz, 48 kHz
Subwoofer (mono):
MS ADPCM:22.05 kHz,
Frequency ................. 50 Hz/63 Hz/80 Hz/100 Hz/
44.1 kHz
125 Hz
DivX
E Slope ........................–18 dB/oct
DivX decoding format
Gain ......................... +6 dB to –24 dB
............................ Home Theater Ver. 4.xx, 5.xx,
Phase .......................Normal/Reverse
6.xx (Ultra & HD are excluded)
Bass boost:
(.avi, .divx)
Gain ......................... +12 dB to 0 dB
Max Bit Rate .............8000 kbps
Max Frame Rate........ 30 fps(In case of resolution
720×480. MAX 25 fps in case
of 720×576)
Audio Codec ............. MP2, MP3, Linear PCM/
MSAD PCM, AC-3
Decode Size.............. MAX :720(H) x 480(W), MIN:
48(H) x 48(W)

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• RI Type A
H.264 H.264
H.264 decoding format H.264 decoding format
............................Base Line Profile (.mp4) ............................Base Line Profile (.mp4)
Max Bit Rate .............8000 kbps Max Bit Rate ............. 8000 kbps
Max Frame Rate........ 30 fps Max Frame Rate........ 30 fps
Audio Codec ............. AAC Audio Codec ............. AAC
Decode Size.............. MAX :720(H) x 1280(W), Decode Size.............. MAX :720(H) x 1280(W),
MIN:48(H) x 48(W) MIN:48(H) x 48(W)
WMV WMV
WMV decoding format WMV decoding format
............................Main Profile (.wmv) ............................Main Profile (.wmv)
Max Bit Rate .............8000 kbps Max Bit Rate ............. 8000 kbps
Max Frame Rate........ 30 fps Max Frame Rate........ 30 fps
Audio Codec ............. WMA Audio Codec ............. WMA B
Decode Size.............. MAX :720(H) x 1280(W), Decode Size.............. MAX :720(H) x 1280(W),
MIN:48(H) x 48(W) MIN:48(H) x 48(W)
MPEG-4 MPEG-4
MPEG-4 video decoding format MPEG-4 video decoding format
............................Simple Profile L0/L1/L2/L3, ............................Simple Profile L0/L1/L2/L3,
Advanced Simple Profile Advanced Simple Profile
(.mp4) (.mp4)
Max Bit Rate .............8000 kbps Max Bit Rate .............8000 kbps
Max Frame Rate........ 30 fps Max Frame Rate........ 30 fps
Audio Codec ............. AAC Audio Codec ............. AAC
Decode Size.............. MAX :720(H) x 1280(W), Decode Size.............. MAX :720(H) x 1280(W),
MIN:48(H) x 48(W) MIN:48(H) x 48(W)
JPEG JPEG
JPEG decoding format JPEG decoding format C
............................Base Line (.jpeg, .jpg, .jpe, ............................Base Line (.jpeg, .jpg, .jpe,
.jfif) .jfif)
Pixel Sampling ..........4:2:2, 4:2:0 Pixel Sampling .......... 4:2:2, 4:2:0
Decode Size.............. MAX:4 092(H) x 4 092(W), Decode Size.............. MAX:4 092(H) x 4 092(W),
MIN:16(H) x 16(W) MIN:16(H) x 16(W)
Max File Size............. 8 MByte Max File Size............. 8 MByte

SD FM tuner
Compatible physical format Frequency range ..............87.5 MHz to 108.0 MHz
................................... Version 1.1 Usable sensitivity ............. 9 dBf (0.8 µV/75 Ω, mono, S/N:
File system....................... FAT12, FAT16, FAT32 30 dB)
MP3 decoding format ...... MPEG-1 & 2 Audio Layer 3, Signal-to-noise ratio ......... 72 dB (IEC-A network)
MPEG-2.5 Audio D
WMA decoding format ..... Ver. 7, 7.1, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 (2 ch
audio) AM tuner
(Windows Media Player) Frequency range .............. 530 kHz to 1 640 kHz (10 kHz)
AAC decoding format .......MPEG-4 AAC (iTunes encoded 531 kHz to 1 602 kHz (9 kHz)
only) Usable sensitivity ............. 25 µV (S/N: 20 dB)
(Ver. 10.6 and earlier) Signal-to-noise ratio ......... 62 dB (IEC-A network)
WAV
WAV signal format ....Linear PCM, MS ADPCM
(.wav)
Bluetooth
Sampling Frequency Version ............................Bluetooth 3.0 certified
............................Linear PCM:16 kHz, Output power ................... +4 dBm Maximum
22.05 kHz, 24 kHz, 32 kHz, (Power class 2)
44.1 kHz, 48 kHz
Note
MS ADPCM:22.05 kHz, E
44.1 kHz Specifications and the design are subject to
DivX
modifications without notice.
DivX decoding format
............................ Home Theater Ver. 4.xx, 5.xx,
6.xx (Ultra & HD are excluded)
(.avi, .divx)
Max Bit Rate .............8000 kbps
Max Frame Rate........ 30 fps(In case of resolution
720×480. MAX 25 fps in case
of 720×576)
Audio Codec ............. MP2, MP3, Linear PCM/
MSAD PCM, AC-3
Decode Size.............. MAX :720(H) x 480(W), MIN:
48(H) x 48(W) F

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A • ID Type
General DVD Player
Power source ...................14.4 V DC (12.0 V to 14.4 V al- System ............................ DVD video, Video CD, CD,
lowable) WMA, MP3, AAC, DivX,
Grounding system ............Negative type MPEG player
Maximum current consumption Usable discs .................... DVD video, Video CD, CD, CD-
...................................10.0 A R/RW, DVD-R/RW/R DL
Backup current ................... 5 mA or less Region number ................ 5
Dimensions (W × H × D): Frequency response......... 5 Hz to 44 000 Hz (with DVD,
D at sampling frequency 96 kHz)
Chassis .............. 178 mm × 100 mm × Signal-to-noise ratio ......... 96 dB (1 kHz) (IEC-A network)
165 mm (RCA level)
Nose .................. 171 mm × 97 mm × Output level:
21 mm Video ........................ 1.0 Vp-p/75 Ω (±0.2 V)
B
Weight ............................. 2.1 kg Number of channels ........ 2 (stereo)
MP3 decoding format ...... MPEG-1 & 2 Audio Layer 3
WMA decoding format ..... Ver. 7, 7.1, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 (2 ch
Display audio)
Screen size/aspect ratio ... 176.5 mm wide/16:9 (Windows Media Player)
(effective display area: AAC decoding format ....... MPEG-4 AAC (iTunes encoded
156.6 mm × 81.6 mm) only) (.m4a)
Pixels ............................... 1 152 000 (2 400 × 480) (Ver. 10.6 and earlier)
Display method ................ TFT active matrix, driving type DivX decoding format ....... Home Theater Ver. 3, 4, 5.2, 6
Color system .................... NTSC/PAL/PAL-M/PAL-N/ (.avi, .divx)
SECAM compatible MPEG video decoding format
Durable temperature range (power off) ................................ MPEG-1 (.mpg, .mpeg, .dat)
...................................–20 °C to +80 °C MPEG-2 PS (.mpg, .mpeg)
MPEG-4 Part2 (Visual), MS-
C MPEG-4 Ver. 3 (.avi)
Audio
Maximum power output ... 50 W × 4
70 W × 1/2 Ω (for subwoofer) USB
Continuous power output USB standard specification
................................... 22 W × 4 (50 Hz to 15 000 Hz, ................................... USB 1.1, USB 2.0 high speed
5 % THD, 4 Ω load, both chan- Maximum current supply
nels driven) ................................... 1.0 A
Load impedance .............. 4 Ω (4 Ω to 8 Ω (2 Ω for 1 ch) USB Class ....................... MSC (Mass Storage Class)
allowable) iPod (Audio Class, HID Class)
Preout maximum output level File system....................... FAT12, FAT16, FAT32
................................... 4.0 V MP3 decoding format ...... MPEG-1 & 2 Audio Layer 3,
Equalizer (8-Band Graphic Equalizer): MPEG-2.5 Audio
Frequency ................. 40 Hz/80 Hz/200 Hz/400 Hz/ WMA decoding format ..... Ver. 7, 7.1, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 (2 ch
D 1 kHz/2.5 kHz/8 kHz/10 kHz audio)
Gain ......................... ±12 dB (Windows Media Player)
HPF: AAC decoding format .......MPEG-4 AAC (iTunes encoded
Frequency ................. 50 Hz/63 Hz/80 Hz/100 Hz/ only)
125 Hz (Ver. 10.6 and earlier)
Slope ........................ –12 dB/oct WAV
Subwoofer (mono): WAV signal format ....Linear PCM, MS ADPCM
Frequency ................. 50 Hz/63 Hz/80 Hz/100 Hz/ (.wav)
125 Hz Sampling Frequency
Slope ........................ –18 dB/oct ............................Linear PCM:16 kHz,
Gain ......................... +6 dB to –24 dB 22.05 kHz, 24 kHz, 32 kHz,
Phase ....................... Normal/Reverse 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz
Bass boost: MS ADPCM:22.05 kHz,
Gain ......................... +12 dB to 0 dB 44.1 kHz
E DivX
DivX decoding format
............................ Home Theater Ver. 4.xx, 5.xx,
6.xx (Ultra & HD are excluded)
(.avi, .divx)
Max Bit Rate .............8000 kbps
Max Frame Rate........ 30 fps(In case of resolution
720×480. MAX 25 fps in case
of 720×576)
Audio Codec ............. MP2, MP3, Linear PCM/
MSAD PCM, AC-3
Decode Size.............. MAX :720(H) x 480(W), MIN:
48(H) x 48(W)

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• ID Type A
H.264 H.264
H.264 decoding format H.264 decoding format
............................Base Line Profile (.mp4) ............................Base Line Profile (.mp4)
Max Bit Rate ............. 8000 kbps Max Bit Rate ............. 8000 kbps
Max Frame Rate........ 30 fps Max Frame Rate........ 30 fps
Audio Codec ............. AAC Audio Codec ............. AAC
Decode Size.............. MAX :720(H) x 1280(W), Decode Size.............. MAX :720(H) x 1280(W),
MIN:48(H) x 48(W) MIN:48(H) x 48(W)
WMV WMV
WMV decoding format WMV decoding format
............................Main Profile (.wmv) ............................Main Profile (.wmv)
Max Bit Rate ............. 8000 kbps Max Bit Rate ............. 8000 kbps
Max Frame Rate........ 30 fps Max Frame Rate........ 30 fps
Audio Codec ............. WMA Audio Codec ............. WMA B
Decode Size.............. MAX :720(H) x 1280(W), Decode Size.............. MAX :720(H) x 1280(W),
MIN:48(H) x 48(W) MIN:48(H) x 48(W)
MPEG-4 MPEG-4
MPEG-4 video decoding format MPEG-4 video decoding format
............................Simple Profile L0/L1/L2/L3, ............................Simple Profile L0/L1/L2/L3,
Advanced Simple Profile Advanced Simple Profile
(.mp4) (.mp4)
Max Bit Rate ............. 8000 kbps Max Bit Rate ............. 8000 kbps
Max Frame Rate........ 30 fps Max Frame Rate........ 30 fps
Audio Codec ............. AAC Audio Codec ............. AAC
Decode Size.............. MAX :720(H) x 1280(W), Decode Size.............. MAX :720(H) x 1280(W),
MIN:48(H) x 48(W) MIN:48(H) x 48(W)
JPEG JPEG
JPEG decoding format JPEG decoding format C
............................Base Line (.jpeg, .jpg, .jpe, ............................Base Line (.jpeg, .jpg, .jpe,
.jfif) .jfif)
Pixel Sampling .......... 4:2:2, 4:2:0 Pixel Sampling .......... 4:2:2, 4:2:0
Decode Size.............. MAX:4 092(H) x 4 092(W), Decode Size.............. MAX:4 092(H) x 4 092(W),
MIN:16(H) x 16(W) MIN:16(H) x 16(W)
Max File Size............. 8 MByte Max File Size............. 8 MByte

SD FM tuner
Compatible physical format Frequency range ..............87.5 MHz to 108.0 MHz
................................... Version 1.1 Usable sensitivity ............. 9 dBf (0.8 µV/75 Ω, mono, S/N:
File system....................... FAT12, FAT16, FAT32 30 dB)
MP3 decoding format ...... MPEG-1 & 2 Audio Layer 3, Signal-to-noise ratio ......... 72 dB (IEC-A network)
MPEG-2.5 Audio D
WMA decoding format ..... Ver. 7, 7.1, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 (2 ch
audio) AM tuner
(Windows Media Player) Frequency range .............. 530 kHz to 1 640 kHz (10 kHz)
AAC decoding format ....... MPEG-4 AAC (iTunes encoded 531 kHz to 1 602 kHz (9 kHz)
only) Usable sensitivity ............. 25 µV (S/N: 20 dB)
(Ver. 10.6 and earlier) Signal-to-noise ratio ......... 62 dB (IEC-A network)
WAV
WAV signal format ....Linear PCM, MS ADPCM
(.wav)
Bluetooth
Sampling Frequency Version ............................Bluetooth 3.0 certified
............................Linear PCM:16 kHz, Output power ................... +4 dBm Maximum
22.05 kHz, 24 kHz, 32 kHz, (Power class 2)
44.1 kHz, 48 kHz
Note
MS ADPCM:22.05 kHz, E
44.1 kHz Specifications and the design are subject to
modifications without notice.
DivX
DivX decoding format
............................ Home Theater Ver. 4.xx, 5.xx,
6.xx (Ultra & HD are excluded)
(.avi, .divx)
Max Bit Rate ............. 8000 kbps
Max Frame Rate........ 30 fps(In case of resolution
720×480. MAX 25 fps in case
of 720×576)
Audio Codec ............. MP2, MP3, Linear PCM/
MSAD PCM, AC-3
Decode Size.............. MAX :720(H) x 480(W), MIN:
48(H) x 48(W) F

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2.2 DISC/CONTENT FORMAT

The Bluetooth word mark and logos are owned by the Bluetooth SIG, Inc.
and any use of such marks by Pioneer Corporation is under license.
Other trademarks and trade names are those of their respective owners.

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3. BASIC ITEMS FOR SERVICE


3.1 CHECK POINTS AFTER SERVICING
A
To keep the product quality after servicing, please confirm following check points.

No. Procedures Item to be confirmed


1 Confirm whether the customer complain has The customer complain must not be
been solved. reappeared.
If the customer complain occurs with the Display, video, audio and operations must be
normal.
specific media, use it for the operation check.
2 Flap-mecha Check the operation of the flap mechanism. The flap mechanism operation must be
smooth without making the noise and
scratches.
3 DVD Measure playback error rates at the Deterioration of mecha-drive can be
innermost and outermost tracks by using the checked. B
test mode with the following disc. The error rate must be less than the
DVD test disc (TDV-582) threshold value.
(Refer to the chapter of DIAGNOSIS for the
threshold value.)
4 DVD Play back a DVD. Display, video, audio and operations must be
(Menu operation; Title/chapter search) normal.
5 CD Play back a CD. Display, audio and operations must be
(Track search) normal.
6 FM/AM tuner Check FM/AM tuner action. Display, audio and operations must be
(Seek, Preset) normal. * If the reception sensitivity is poorer C
Switch band to check both FM and AM. than normal, the gasket on the FM/AM tuner
unit may be damaged or lost.
7 Check whether no disc is inside the product. The media used for the operating check must
be ejected.
8 Appearance check No scratches or dirt on its appearance after
receiving it for service.

For check items concerning image and voice, please refer to the followings:

Check items concerning image Check items concerning voice


Block-noise Distortion D

Crosscut noise Noise


Dot noise Low volume
Distorted image (Image skip) High volume
Low brightness Changes in level
Too bright Pause of sound
Color fading
Partial discoloration

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3.2 PCB LOCATIONS

A
A Tuner Amp PCB I HDMI Unit
C DVD Core Unit
E Monitor Unit
(Service) B IF PCB

H SW Unit (Service) D Tuner PCB


B G Case Unit (Service)
J PCB Unit (Service)
F Key Unit (Service)
A:AVH-X8500BHS/XNUC Unit Number : YWX5033
B:AVH-X8500BT/XNEW5 Unit Name : DVD Core Unit
C:AVH-X8500BT/XNUW5 Unit Number : YXX5128
D:AVH-X8550BT/XNRC Unit Name : Monitor Unit(Service)
E:AVH-X8550BT/XNRD Unit Number : YXX5126
F:AVH-X8550BT/XNRI Unit Name : Key Unit(Service)
G:AVH-X8590BT/XNID Unit Number : YXX5127
C Unit Name : Case Unit(Service)
Mother Unit(Service) (A)
Unit Number : YXX5129
Consists of
Unit Name : SW Unit(Service)
Tuner Amp PCB
Unit Number : YWM5608
IF PCB
Unit Name : HDMI Unit
Unit Number : YXX5120(A)
Unit Number : EXX2001
Unit Name : Mother Unit(Service) (A)
Unit Name : PCB Unit(Service)
Mother Unit(Service) (B,C,D,E,F,G)
Consists of
Tuner Amp PCB
IF PCB
D
Tuner PCB
Unit Number : YXX5118(B)
Unit Number : YXX5119(C)
Unit Number : YXX5121(D)
Unit Number : YXX5122(E)
Unit Number : YXX5123(F)
Unit Number : YXX5124(G)
Unit Name : Mother Unit(Service)
(B,C,D,E,F,G)

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3.3 JIGS LIST


DVD Mechanism Module
A

GGD1222

IF PCB

Monitor Assy
B

Tuner Amp PCB

GGD1188

Drive Unit
PCB Unit(Service) C

- Jigs List
Name Jig No. Remarks
Disc TDV-582 Skew adjustment, Check points after servicing,
Inspection method of Pickup Unit D
Disc TCD-782 Inspection method of Pickup Unit
30P FFC GGD1222 DVD CORE UNIT <–> TUNER AMP PCB
10P FFC GGD1188 PCB UNIT (SERVICE) <–> TUNER AMP PCB

- Grease List
Name Jig No. Remarks
Grease GEM1024 DVD Mechanism Module, Drive Unit
Grease GEM1038 DVD Mechanism Module
Grease GEM1045 DVD Mechanism Module
Grease GEM1043 Drive Unit
E

3.4 CLEANING

Before shipping out the product, be sure to clean the following portions by using the prescribed cleaning tools:
Portions to be cleaned Cleaning tools
DVD pickup lenses Cleaning liquid : GEM1004
Cleaning paper : GED-008

F
Portions to be cleaned Cleaning tools
Fans Cleaning paper : GED-008

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B
A

D
C

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1

F
E
B
A

D
C

C
(LS2)

H
CXK8004

SW UNIT
(SERVICE)
CN8201

DVD CORE UNIT


POWER SUPPLY

3
2
CN1952

9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1

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17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
AVH-X8590BT/XNID
AVH-X8550BT/XNRI
"ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST".

GNDD
AVH-X8550BT/XNRD
AVH-X8550BT/XNRC

1
AVH-X8500BT/XNEW5
AVH-X8500BT/XNUW5
AVH-X8500BHS/XNUC

YEK5001-A

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

DSEN1 2
DSENS2 3

1
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1

10
11
12
13
14
15
16
30
29
28
27
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25
24
23
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21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10

D-

FL-
RL-
D+

ILM

FR-
FL+

RR-
RL+
P.B.

FR+
RR+
BUP

ACC
CN4053

GND
SCL
VD5
VD8
VD8
VD8

SDA
AND

MUTE
AGND
AGND
PGND
PGND
PGND

DGND
DGND

CPRST
CPRDY
AMUTE

MOVBS

IECOUT
SLVSTS
RT2
RT4

SYSREM
BGSENS
STANBY
XRESET
1 DSENSFLG 1

IRQPWR
HSTCMD

WAKEUP
4. BLOCK DIAGRAM

2 LVSY 2

ANA_L_OUT

VIDEO_GND
ANA_R_OUT
3 LHSY 3
JA121 CN571
1 DD5_1 1
4 LCDPW 4

2
2

2 GNDBL 2

UPPER
LOWER

4 3 2 1
1 2 3 4
5 GNDD 5

5 6 7 8

8 7 6 5
3 LPSYNC 3 LR5 USB IF
6 6
1 4 GNDD 4 LR4

DKN1417-A
JA831
7 7

RT1
RT3
2 5 BLERR 5 LR3
8 8
3 6 BLSYNC 6

CN4051
9 LR2 9
4 7 DSENS1 7
10 LR1 10

CSX1176
CN4151
8 DIMMER 8
11 LR0 11
9 DSENS2 9
12 GNDD 12
only A

10 ILM+B 10 2
13 LG5 13 3

CN3003

CN3001
11 COMDC 11 1

TOUCH PANEL
14 LG4 14
12 BLEN 12
15 LG3 15

JA811
13 MTCHIRQ 13
16 LG2 16
AEQMIC IN

14 TEMPSENS 14
17 LG1 17
15 MTCH_SDA0 15 LG0
SXi

18 18
16 SWVVCC33 16 GNDD
19 19
17 MTCH_SCL0 17
20 LB5 20
4.1 OVERALL CONNECTION DIAGRAM

18 LEDB 18

G
21 LB4 21
19 RESET 19
22 LB3 22
20 LEDR 20 1
23 LB2 23 2
21 KDT0 21 3
24 LB1 24
22 LEDG 22
25 LB0 25
JA771

23 KDT1 23 GNDD
26 26
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1

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60 27 LCDCLK 27
S/PDIF OUT

59 28 GNDD 28 2
REMIN
only C - G

58 29 29 3

CN4400
1

CN702
57 30 GNDD 30
56 31 LEDG 31
WIRED

DSENSFLG
CKS6007-A

1 1
REMOTE

32 LEDR 32

3
3

55
JA2041

LVSY
CN2201

54 2 2 33 LEDB 33
3 LHSY 3
53 34 GNDD 34
4 LCDPW 4
52 35 SWVVCC33 35 SX_GND 1
LR5 64
51 5 5 36 BLEN 36 SXIPWEN
LR4 DD5_1 63 2
6 6

CN4052
50 37 37 SXPWR 3
LR3 DD5_1 62
49 7 7 38 38 SXPWR 4
only A

LR2 TEMPSENS 61
48 8 8 39 39 MOT0
LR1 ILM+B 60 60 1 5 1
47 9 9 40 40 MOT1 3
only A

LR0 ILM+B 59 59 2 6
46 10 10 41 41 MOTV 2
LG5 ILM+B 58 58 3 7
JA2111

45 11 11 42 42 MOTV
LG4 DIMMER 57 57 4 8
BT MIC

44 12 12 43 43 HOSW
LG3 GNDD 56 56 5 9
except A

43 13 13 44 44 GNDM
LG2 BLSYNC 55 55 6 10
except A

42 14 14 45 45 GNDM
54 54 7 11

E
15 LG1 15 GNDD
46 46 POS

CASE UNIT(SERVICE)
41 LG0 LPSYNC 53 53 8 12
40 16 16 47 47 VDD33

CN3002
52 52
CN591

LB5 BLERR 9 13
39 17 17 48 48 BUSL- 11
LB4 DSENS1 51 51 10 14
38 18 18 49 49 BUSL+ 10
CN2161

LB3 DSENS2 50 50 11 15
37 19 19 50 50 GNDD 9
LB2 COMDC 49 49 12 16
36 20 20 51 51 BUSR+ 8
LB1 MTCHIRQ 48 48 13 17
CN1437

35 21 21 52 52 BUSR- 7
LB0 MTCH_SDA0 47 47 14 18
CN2162

34 22 22 53 53 GNDD 6
LCDCLK MTCH_SCL0 46 46 15 19
5

E 2/2 I/O PART


33 23 23 54 54 S_to_IP
GNDD RESET 45 45 16 20
24 24 55 55 IP_to_S 4
JA2071

32 44 44 17 21
IP BUS

KDT0 GNDBT 3
31 56 56
A

KDT1 43 43 18 22
30 57 57 BT_Lch 2
GNDBL 42 42 19 23
29 58 58 GNDBT 1
GNDBL 41 41 20 24
28 59 59 BT_Rch
only C - G

GNDBL 40 40 21 25

4
GION

LCD MODULE
4

27 60 60 39 39 22 26
26 BTRST
38 38 23 27
1
Note: When ordering service parts, be sure to refer to " EXPLODED VIEWS AND PARTS LIST" or

25 DD5 VIDEO
37 37 24 28
DD5 3 AUXR
24 36 36 25 29
BT_S_RX 4 AUXL
23 35 35 26 30
AUX

2 GND
A 4/7 I/O PART

22 S_BT_TX
AKN1073-A

34 34 27 31
21 ASENBO
JA2011

33 33 28 32
20 N_to_S
32 32 29 33
19 S_to_N
31 31 30 34
18 1 VVCC33S 1 GNDD GNDD 26
30 30 31 35
A 5/7 R2R IC PART

AVCC5 ONSEI-
B

17 2 2 29 29 32 36 NAVI_TO_SYS 25

CWX4183
16 AVCC5 ONSEI+ SYS_TO_NAVI 24
A 2/7 SYSTEM PART

3 3 28 28 33 37
A 1/7 ANALOG PART

CN2
15 AVCC5 CCAUR VSW5 23
4 4 27 27 34 38

MONITOR UNIT(SERVICE)
14 HDMI_VD GNDAU MONON 22
5 5 26 26 35 39
13 HDMI_HPLG CCAUL GION 21
6 6 25 25 36 40
12 HDMI_HD WIREDAD TVON 20
A 7/7 VDEC/VENC PART

7 7 24 24 37 41
11 HDMI_FLD WIRED DSEN 19
8 8 23 23 38 42
TUNER AMP PCB

10 1 SCL0 CCSYNC CCREM 18


9 9 22 22 39 43

JA1
SDA0 GNDSIG

E 1/2 MONITOR POWER SUPPLY PART


9 2 10 10 21 21 40 44 GNDRAU 17
NAVI / iPh

A 3/7 POWER SUPPLY PAR

CNB
C

HDMIDEEMPH
IF PCB

A 6/7 DDR/FLASHROM FOR


20 N_to_S
32 32 29 33
19 S_to_N
31 31 30 34
18 1 VVCC33S 1 GNDD GNDD 26
30 30 31 35

RT
AVCC5 ONSEI-

B
17 2 2 29 29 32 36 NAVI_TO_SYS 25

WX4183
16 AVCC5 ONSEI+ SYS_TO_NAVI 24

PART
3 3 28 28 33 37

PART

CN2
15 AVCC5 CCAUR VSW5 23
4 4 27 27 34 38

RVICE)
14 HDMI_VD GNDAU MONON 22
5 5 26 26 35 39
13 HDMI_HPLG CCAUL GION 21
6 6 25 25 36 40
12 HDMI_HD WIREDAD TVON 20

NC PART
7 7 24 24 37 41
11 HDMI_FLD WIRED DSEN 19
8 8 23 23 38 42

AMP PCB
10 1 SCL0 CCSYNC CCREM 18
9 9 22 22 39 43

JA1
SDA0 GNDSIG GNDRAU

UPPLY PART
9 2 10 10 21 21 40 44 17
HDMIDEEMPH CNB

IF PCB
8 3 11 11 20 20 41 45 REAUL 16
GNDDAC1 GNDSIG

UPPLY PART
7 4 12 12 19 19 42 46 REAUR 15
6 5 HDMI_AR CNG ONSEI- 14
13 13 18 18 43 47
5 6 GNDDAC1 GNDSIG ONSEI+ 13
14 14 17 17 44 48
4 7 HDMI_AL CNR GNDAU 12
15 15 16 16 45 49

CN2051
3 8 HDMI_MUTE TVON CCAUR 11
16 16 15 15 46 50
HDRST REAR_L

I
2 9 17 17 14 14 47 51 CCAUL 10
10 HDRQ1 GNDA ASENB 9
1 18 18 13 13 48 52
5

DNDP REAR_R

5
11 19 19 YS 8
12 12 49 53

HDMI
12 DNDP RAERMUTE GNDDVD 7
1 20 20 11 11 50 54
13 DNDD AUX_L DVDVBS 6
2 21 21 10 10 51 55
14 DNDD AUX_AGND GNDSIG 5
3 22 22 9 9 52 56
15 HDMI_CLK AUX_R CCSYNC

HROM FOR R2R PART


4 23 23 8 8 53 57 4

CN1346
NAVI / iPhone LINK CABLE

16 DNDD GNDA CCB 3


5 24 24 7 7 54 58
17 HDMI_D11 BEEP CCG 2
6 25 25 6 6 55 59
18 HDMI_D8 GNDD CCR 1
7 26 26 5 5 56 60
19 HDMI_D14 AUX_VGND
8 27 27 4 4 57 61
AUX_V

CN4001
HDMI_D0 62
9 28 28 3 3 58
HDMI_D1 BC_VGND
10 29 29 2 2 59 63

BACKLIGHT
HDMI_D2 BCAM
30 30 1 1 60 64
HDMI_D3
31 31

HDMI UNIT
HDMI_D9
32 32
HDMI_D4
33 33
HDMI_D5
34 34
HDMI_D6
35 35
HDMI_D7
36 36 1
HDMI_D12
37 37 2
HDMI_D13
38 38
HDMI_D10
JA2001

39 HDMI_D15 39
40 40
CWX4356
BACK CAM IN

CN4131
BT MODULE

9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1

11
10
BT18V
BT18V

VSS
LINEOUT_L
BT18_EN

LINEOUT_R
BT33V
UART_DBG_TX

nRESET
UART_AT_TX
UART_DBG_RX
UART_AT_RX

6
6

KDT1
KDT0
VCR_VIN

LEDB
LEDR
LEDG
ILM+B

GNDD
GNDD
2

REMIN
RESET
VCR_VG 7
1

SOC33_2
VCR_LIN 6
1 24
2 23
3 22
4 21
5 20
6 19
7 18
8 17
9 16
10 15
11 14
12 13

5 2

9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
VCR_LG

CXM1449

11
10
3

CN1435
VOUT 4
CN2121

1
VSS

VOUT_G 3

FAN MOTOR
CN5001
I2S_IN

CN761
BOOTS
JA2031

MIC1_N

MIC2_P
MIC1_P

MIC2_N
(AUDIO)

VCR_RIN 2
I2S_CLK
I2S_OUT

MIC_BIAS
I2S_SYNC
I2S_MCLK
REAROUT

VCR_RG 1
RCA V IN OUT

RT1
CN2091

11
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1

10

RT2 RT2
RT1
COM
CD_SW 10
GND 8

13 WP_SW
DATA1 8

14 CD_SW2
12 CD_SW1
GND 7
POS

F
DATA0 7
MOT1
MOT0
MOTV
MOTV

GNDD
GNDD
GNDD

REAR_L 6
VDD33

H/OSW

VSS2 6
CLK 5 REAR_R 5
FRONT_L 4
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1

10

VDD 4
FRONT_R

JA871
3

KEY UNIT
VSS1 3
JA781

SW_L
PREOUT

(SERVICE)
CMD 2
DATA3 1 SW_R 1 CN101
DATA2 9

RT4

SD CARD SLOT

AVH-X8500BHS/XNUC
RT3 RT3
RT4

7
7

1
JA901
1
J

2
2

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
PCB UNIT

NC
(SERVICE)

LCH
TX

RCH
RX
SDI

NC1
LCH
NC2
SCS

AGND
RCH
SDO

RESET
DGND1
SSCK

AGND

RFVCC5

RFGND1
RFGND2
RFGND3
RESET

DGND1
DGND2
DGND3
DGND4
DGND5

RDSINT

I2C0_SCL
I2C0_SDA
DVCC11
DVCC33

RFVCC5

RFGND1
RFGND2
RFGND3

FMAMANT
U901

I2C0_SCL
TUNER

I2C0_SDA

FMAMANT
ANTENNA

CN6001
X-2056 WWR C-TUN UNIT
CWE2347-
IF PCB
Consists of

D
only A

TUNER PCB
TUNER AMP PCB
8

8
TUNER PCB (except A)

except A
MOTHER UNIT(SERVICE)

29
E
A

D
C

F
B
1 2 3 4

4.2 BLOCK DIAGRAM

A
A TUNER AMP PCB(1/3)
ANTENNA FM/AM TUNER UNIT
VCRIN &
REAR V OUT

16

21

23

24

25

26

18

19

20
12

13
4

4
2,3
JA901

CN761
1

DVCC11

RX

I2C0_SCL
DVCC33
FMAMANT

RESET
RFVCC5

SCS

SSCK

SDO

SDI

TX

I2C0_SDA

LCH

VCR_L

VOUT
VCR_V
AV SE
IC
5
RFVCC5
TUN5 AK4
CN6001

RCA_V 13
FMAMANT VOUT2
4 VCR_L 40
LIN2
LCH

DVCC1V

DVCC3V
VCR_V 9

TUN5

DTUNRX

DTUNTX

TUNRST

TUNDAT

TUNCLK
HDtoSO

SOtoHD
9

HDRCS

HDRCK
VIN2
RESET TUNRST
10
D

R2R_V 3
I2C0_SDA TUNDAT VIN5
12
MONVBS 14
13
I2C0_SCL TUNCLK A VOUT1
iCOMP 11
TO 2/3 H VIN1
B C D E F G R2R_L1 30
LIN5
R2R_L0 43
LIN1
CN571 IC901
NJM4565V
1 3
I VD8 SYS+B + 1 TUNER_L
3 2 J TO 2/3
-
B 7 VD5
ANALOG_LOUT LS_L 36
17 LIN3
CN1952

COMPOSIT LS_V 7
19 VIN3
AMUTE
8
HDRCS BCAM_IN 1
XRESET XRST VIN6
9 AUX_V 5
HDRCK VIN4
IRQPWR IRQPW
10
TO 2/3 I AUX_L 33
C

HSTCMD LS_STX HDtoSO LIN4


11
SOtoHD RCA_VL 22
SLVSTS LS_SRX LOUT2
12
iNAVI_L 27
STANBY STNBY LIN6
13
SYSTEM uCOM
IECONT IC601(1/3)
25 A :PEQ135A8
Q572
Q571 B C D E F G :PEQ136A8
JA771 IC771 SYS+B
3 OPTSEN
TC7SET08FUS1
TUNDAT 60 68 46
S/PDIF

2 TUNDATA AVSCK SCL


OUT

2 OPT 4
1 61 67 45
1 GNDD TUNCLK AVSDATA SDA
5 63 59 17
TUNRST AVRST RSTN
Q771 DTUNRX 93
C C D E
RXHD
DTUNTX 94
AMUTE

DD5 F G TXHD
103 EVSTB
EVSEL
112 101 EVDATA
AMUTE EVSDA
110 102 EVCLK
CN1437 (1/2) CN591(1/2) XRST EVSCK
111 104 EVSACLK
IRQPW SACLK
BCAM BCAM BCAM_IN
1 1 164 EVSAOUT
AUX_V AUX_V AUX_V LS_STX 43 SAIN
3 3 S_to_MS
AUX_L AUX_L AUX_L LS_SRX 44
10 10 MS_to_S
REAR_L REAR_L RCA_VL STNBY 90
14 14 STANBY
CN2161

IC231
B CN2162

IPHONE_L
Q231 NJM4565V L TO 2/3
3
SYS+B + 1 iNAVI_L
2 162 MICSENL
- MICSEN
109
AEQSW
B

129 SYSMUTE
CCAUL CCAUL AMPMUTE
25 25 IC232 (2/2) 128 REARMUTE1
NJM4565V REARMUTE
3
+
D IC232(1/2)
NJM4565V HDMI/IPHONE_L 2
-
1 IN5L
142
TO 2/3 M OFFSET
ONSEI- ONSEI- 5
29 29 + 7
ONSEI+ ONSEI+ 6
28 28 -

BT_Lch BT_Lch BT_L


42 42
BUSL+ SXL BUSL+/SXL
51 51
BUSL- SXAGND BUSL-/SXAGND
50 50
REARMUTE REARMUTE REARMUTE2
11 11
BEEP BEEP 62
6 6 BEEP
Q601
TVON TVON 29
15 15 RGBARI
WIRED WIRED 160
23 23 WIRED
WIREDAD WIREDAD 161
24 24 WIREDAD
S_TO_N S_TO_N 30
31 31 S_to_N
N_TO_S N_TO_S 31
32 32 N_to_S
Q591
ASENBO ASENBO
33 33 BUP_1

E 36 36 DD5
35
ASENBO
37 37
52 52 VDD33
57 57 MOTV
58 58
S_BT_TX S_BT_TX 76
34 34 BTTX 131
BT_S_RX BT_S_RX 75 AMPPW
35 35 BTRX
145 TELMUTE
BTRST BTRST 77 TELMUTEIN
38 38 BTRST
GION GION 28 146
PBSENS
39 39 GUIDEON
POS POS 169 148
53 53 POS ISENS
HOSW HOSW 25 147
56 56 H&OSW BGSENS
MOT1 MOT1 138 21
59 59 MOT2 ASENS
MOT0 MOT0 137
60 60 MOT1 20
BSENS
IP_TO_S SXTX 37
44 44 IP_to_S C D E
S_TO_IP SXRX 36 F G
45 45 S_to_IP

SXPWR 71
F 61 SXPWR12V SXIRX
62 72 A
SXITX

B C D SXIPWEN 65
63 SXIPWREN
E F G A

AVH-X8500BHS/XNUC
30
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

AV SELECTOR E.VOL
IC261 IC181
AK4223VQ PML020A JA811

AEQ MIC IN
13 24 AV_LOUT1 9 18 AEQ 2
VOUT2 LOUT1 IN3L MIC_IN
40 MICSENL AEQSENS 3
LIN2
9 GNDA 1
VIN2
MIC SENS
Q821 Q822
3
VIN5 HDMI/TUN_MIXL 7 SYS+B
14 TO 2/3 K IN1L
VOUT1
11 AEQSW
VIN1
30
LIN5
43
LIN1
14
IN5L JA781
BT-L 8
IN2L 61 RCA_FL FRONT_L
FRONT_L 4

PREOUT
REAR_L
60 RCA_RL REAR_L
6
B
36
LIN3 59 RCA_SWL SW_L
PRE_SWL 2
7
VIN3
BUSL+ 11 Q781 Q781
1
IN4L+ C D E (2/2) (1/2) Q783
VIN6 BUSL- 12 F G
5 IN4L-
VIN4
33
LIN4 RCA MUTE
22 Q131 Q132
LOUT2
27 BUP_1
LIN6

Q133
SXL 11
IN4L+
SXAGND 12
IN4L- A

46 AMP
SCL IC101
45 EVSTB 32
PA2030A JA121
SDA STB
17 PA_FL 11 9 FL+
RSTN EVDATA 31 FLIN RL+ 7
DATA
PA_RL 15 7 FL-
C
EVCLK 30
CLK RLIN RL- 5
EVSACLK 28 17 RL+
SACLK FL+ 8
EVSTB EVSAOUT 27 SYSMUTE
SAOUT 19 RL-
EVDATA FL- 6

EVCLK
EVSACLK
REAR MUTE AMP MUTE
EVSAOUT Q134
REARMUTE2 Q135
BUP_1

REARMUTE1
22
MUTE

OFF MUTE
Q136
MICSENL
BUP_1

SYSMUTE
EARMUTE1

Q1444
D

POWER SUPPLY
25
B.REMOTE

Q101
4
SYS+B STBY

AMPPW
POWER SWITCH
IC1605
TPD1052F
3 8 B.REM
IN OUT 11

TEL MUTE
TELMUTE Q151(1/2) MUTE
10

PB SENS
PBSENS Q151(2/2) P.B.
9

I SENS
ISENS Q154 ILM
12

BG SENS
Q155
E
BGSENS BGSENS
13

A SENS
ASENS Q152 (2/2) ACC
14
B SENS
Q152(1/2) Q153
BSENS FUSE B.UP
BUP_1 BUP_1 16
TELMUTE 10 A

A :AVH-X8500BHS/XNUC E :AVH-X8550BT/XNRD
B :AVH-X8500BT/XNEW5 F :AVH-X8550BT/XNRI
C :AVH-X8500BT/XNUW5 G :AVH-X8590BT/XNID
D :AVH-X8550BT/XNRC F

AVH-X8500BHS/XNUC
5 6 7 8
31
1 2 3 4

A TUNER AMP PCB(2/3)


A RGB VIDEO
ISOLATOR
CN1437 CN591 VIDEO DECORDER
IC524 IC471
(2/2) (2/2) BH7673G Q521 ML86V7675TBZ03A
CNR CNR 4
16 16 + 1 12 BUS BUFFER
GNDSIG GNDSIG 5 RIN1
17 17 - IC1602
TC74VHC541FK
IC523 28 6 14 B
STATUS A5 Y5
BH7673G Q522 33 5 15
FID A4 Y4
CNG CNG 4
18 18 + 1 1 34 4 16 B
GNDSIG GNDSIG 5 GIN1 HSYNC_L A3 Y3
19 19 - 35 3 17 D
VSYNC_L A2 Y2
B CN2161
B CN2162

47 2 18 A
CLKO A1 Y1
G2
19

IC522 48 B
RESETN
BH7673G Q523 51 C
CNB CNB 4 SDA
20 20 + 1 5 52 D
GNDSIG GNDSIG 5 BIN1 SCL
21 21 -

IC521 SCL0
B CCSYNC CCSYNC
BH7673G
4
Q524 SDA0
22 22 + 1 16
5 CSYNC_A
-
B C D
E F G A iCOMP
MONVBS

BUS BUFFER BUSSW


VIDEO ISOLATOR IC1601
IC472 TC74VHC541FK
BH7673G Q471
4
+ 1 59
5 CVBS1 VDEC_[D0-D7] HDMI_[D0 - D7]
-
G2
HDMI_[D0 - D15]
19
CN1346

25
| HDMI_[D0 - D15]
40

SCL0 SCL0
9
SDA0 SDA0
C 10

HDMI_VD B
5
HDMI_HPLG
6
HDMI_HD E
7
HDMI_FLD C
8
HDMIDEEEMPH W
11
HDMI_MUTE Y
16
HDRST G
CN2

17
HDRQ1 C
18
HDMI_CLK C
23
I

IC1612
TC4066BFT IC1003 DAC CLK BUFFER
TC7SHU04FUS1 IC1006
HDMI_AL_IN HDMI_AL 2 1 HDMI/TUN_MIXL Q1446 TC74VHC125FK
15 K TO 1/3 2 4 2 3 E
13 HDMION 1A 1Y
5 6 A
2A 2Y
TUNER_L 8 9 9 8
VVCC33S VVCC33S TO 1/3 J X1003 3A 3Y
O TO 3/3
D 1 6 TUNERON 12
4A 4Y
11 R

4 DD5
3 IC1610 HDRCS
2 AVCC5 TC4066BFT HDRCK W
HDMI_AL 1 2 HDMI/IPHONE_L Q1445 I TO 1/3
M TO 1/3 HDtoSO A
13 HDMI_ON SOtoHD A

IPHONE_L 4 3
TO 1/3 L
5 IPHONE_ON

A :AVH-X8500BHS/XNUC E :AVH-X8550BT/XNRD
USB2 PORT POWER SUPPLY
IC832 B :AVH-X8500BT/XNEW5 F :AVH-X8550BT/XNRI
JA831 AN33014UA
USB5_0 24 6
C :AVH-X8500BT/XNUW5 G :AVH-X8590BT/XNID
5 LX VCC BUP_1
E 8
RSTN PVCC1
4 D :AVH-X8550BT/XNRC
2 5
RSO PVCC2
12 19 USBFLG1 A
FB FLAG
11 COMP 16 USBCNT1 A
EN
17
SYNC

USB0DM
2
USB0DP
3
USB1 PORT POWER SUPPLY
USB

IC831
AN33014UA
USB5_1 24 6
1 LX VCC BUP_1
8 4
RSTN PVCC1
2 5
RSO PVCC2
12 19 USBFLG0 B
FB FLAG
11 16 USBCNT0 B
COMP EN
17
SYNC

F USB1DM
6
USB1DP
7

DDCCLK_U

AVH-X8500BHS/XNUC
32
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

CN702
A

SOC 6
LR[0-5] I
IC1004 (1/2) 11
R8A77240D500BG1
13
LG[0-5] I
18
B18
PTE7
B9 20
PTS5 LB[0-5] I
B10 25
PTS4
D10
PTS3 VIDEO ENCORDER
A10
PTS2
IC951
AK8814VQ SDA0 MTCH_SDA0
53
SCL0 MTCH_SCL0
54
B19 VEC_[D0-D7]
PTU3
C21
SDA0 D22 46
D21 PTN2 HSYNC
SCL0 B23 45
PTN3 FID/VSYNC DSENSFLG
DSENSFLG
F22 41 TO 3/3 N 1
PTN4 SYSCLK
B24 18
SCL0 PTL7 RESET
SDA0
SDA0 16
B
SDA
SCL0 15 24 R2R_V
SCL CVBS

MONVBS MONVBS
N1 AUDIO 2CH ANALOG OUT
iCOMP iCOMP
PTW7 IC421
PCM1753DBQ
B17 1 7 R2R_L1
PTV3 BCK VOUTL
D17 2
PTV2 DATA
C17 3
PTV4 LRCK
AB1 13 H TO 1/3
HDMI_[D0 - D15] PTE5 MD
AC1 14
PTF1 MC
AA3 15 Q421
PTF0 ML Q422
16 SYS+B
SCK

A19
SCL0 PTU4
SDA0 AUDIO 2CH ANALOG OUT
C

CN3003
IC422
B13 PCM1753DBQ
PTH7
N3 C18 1 7 R2R_L0
PTX0 PTU2 BCK VOUTL
E13 D18 2
PTK0 PTU5 DATA
C13 E18 3

G
PTK1 PTU1 LRCK
W23 AB2 13
D24 PTF2 MD
Y25 AB4 14
D29 PTM0 MC
G23 AC3 15 LVSY
PTU7 PTM1 ML 2
C19 A20 16 Q423 Q424 LHSY
PTZ6 PTU0 SCK 3
C14 SYS+B
LCDCLK
PTH6 27
BLEN
A21 36
PTZ5 DIMMER
43
BLSYNC
45
BUFFER LPSYNC
006 47
Y4 LVSY MTCHIRQ
C125FK PTF7 52
3 E17 AC2 LHSY
1Y PTE6 PTF5
2Y
6 A18
PTF3
AA4 LCDCLK SYSTEM uCOM
PTV1
8 AC25 BLEN IC601(2/3)
3Y D18 A :PEQ135A8
4Y
11 R21
WE3 D30
V24 DIMMER
B C D E F G :PEQ136A8 D
T22 BLSYNC
D31
AB25 LPSYNC 117 151 LCDPW
D22 SOCAMUTE LCDPW 4
F24 MTCHIRQ 119 7 REMIN
PTZ1 SOCAMUTE2 REMIN 29
HDRCS R3 83 LEDG
PTZ2 G_PWM 31
HDRCK W4 81 LEDR
PTE4 R_PWM 32
3 HDtoSO AA2 79 LEDB
PTE3 B_PWM 33
173 TEMPSENS
SOtoHD AA1 TEMPSEN 39
PTE2 J23 BLERR
CS6B 48
176 DSENS1
DSENS1 49
172 DSENS2
DSENS2 50
3 COMDC
C20 51 COMDC 51
PTZ3 SO_to_S 175 KDT0
D19 52 KDT0 56
PTZ4 S_to_SO 174 KDT1
J3 53 KDT1 57
PTG3 LDOCNTTRG
BT/XNRD PTX3
C22 91
SOCSTBY
Q602
16 RESET
BT/XNRI PTZ7
B20
G4
92
115
SOCIRQDTCH RESET 55

BT/XNID RESETP
PTZ0
F25 116
SOCRESET
SOCIRQ RESET SWVVCC33 35
IC602 E
S-80829CNMC-B8O DD5_1 37
1 2 38
A22 OUT VDD VDD33
PTX6 140 40
A23 HDMION ILM+B I
PTX2 141 42
TUNERON
165
HDMI_ON
152
IPHONE_ON
A8
DM0 Q871 JA871
A7
DP0 143 VDD
CARDSENS1 4

34 144 CD_SW2
DDCCLK_USB CARDSENS2 14
SD CARD

1.
SDDAT[0-3] 7
B21 I
PTX7 9
B22
PTX5 R2 CD_SW
PTY7 10
P1 CMD
PTY1 2
N2
A4
PTY0
P4
CLK
5 F
DM1 WP_SW
PTY6 13
A3
DP1

AVH-X8500BHS/XNUC
5 6 7 8
33
1 2 3 4

A TUNER AMP PCB(3/3)


A

P1323 SYSTEM uCOM P1321


DD8 VD8 IC601(3/3) BUP_1
A :PEQ135A8
B C D E F G :PEQ136A8 DC
ILM+B
Q1361
P1361
ILM+B
1
VC
AVCC5 REG. Q1362
2
VC
IC1361 3
S-1142B50I-E6 RS
23
6 1 RS
VIN VOUT AVCC5
24
3 VC
ON/OFF
113 8
VD5 EN
114 9
VD8 EN
P1441 EV12 REG. Q1441 84 12
NC FLA
EV12
45 13
DDCCLK SY
IC1441 Q1442
B TK11840L
3 5 130
VCC Out SYSPW
132
TUNPW5
108
Q1443 CLCNT

7 1
OSC EaIn

DD5
66
HIOUTCLK
159
VCC33S
MOTV
P1431 Q1431
MOTV

Q1432
139
MTRPW
125
VVCC33S

VVCC33S
O
C VDD33 REG.
Q1302 Q1301 6
DSENSFLG
BUP_1 VDD33
IC1301 DSENSFLG
S-812C33AUA-C2N N TO 2/3
2 3
Vin Vout

SOC
IC1004 (2/2)
R8A77240D500BG1
IC1002
TC7SHU04FUS1
2 4 A24
PTN5
120
SOC33S
X1002

D
iPod CP IC
IC401
337S3959 Q1401
Q401 33
8 DDCCLK_SOC18
VCC VCC33
121
SOC18S
C16
PTV7
2 C10 122
SDA SDA1 SOC13S
6 A9
SCL SCL1
7 E16
RST PTV0

DDR SDRAM (512MbX2) 107


HDPWR33

IC1201
H5PS5162GFR-S5C
E

85
HDPWR11

IC1202
H5PS5162GFR-S5C BUP_1

FLASH ROM (128Mb)


64
SXIPW
IC1241 SXISENS
171
A D :YXX5109
B C E F G :YXX5108

AVH-X8500BHS/XNUC
34
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

P1321
SYS+B
Q1322 IC1311
DD8 NJM2388F84
DC/DC CONVERTER
IC1321 BUP_1
1 2 TUN5 REG.
VIN VOUT SYS+B IC1461
AN33012UA SYSPW 4
CONTROL
NJM2846DL3-05
1 22 2 4
VCC HSD2 VIN VOUT TUN5
2 18
VCC_S1 FB2 TUNPW5 1
3 19 CONT
RS1 COMP2
23 Q1321
RS2
CN1435

FAN MOTOR
24 DD5 FAN Q1435
VCC_S2 P1435 FAN
BUP_1 2
8 GNDM
EN1 1
9 4 Q1433
EN2 HSD1
12 7
FLAG FB1
13 6
SYNC COMP1

Q1434
CLCNT

VCC33 REG.
P1322 IC1371
DD5 VD5
NJM2886DL3-33
2 4
VIN VOUT VCC33
1
CONT

VVCC33 REG.
IC1381
S-1172B33-E6
P1381 6 1 P1382
VIN VOUT VVCC33
3
SWVVCC33 REG.
ON/OFF Q1381
SWVVCC33
VVCC33S
O TO 2/3
Q1382 C

DSENSFLG DD5_1 REG.


N TO 2/3 Q1393
P1391
DD5_1 VVCC15 REG.
IC1383
NJM2878F3-15
Q1400
5 4
VIN VOUT VVCC15
1
CONT

SOC33 REG.
IC1391
S-1172B33-E6
6 1
VIN VOUT SOC33
3
ON/OFF SOC33_1

SOC18 REG.
IC1401
AL2010
9 10 D
VIN1 SW1 SOC18
16 11
VIN2 SW2
Q1401 14
SW3
2 15
FSYN SW4
SOC13 REG.
IC1402
3 8 S-1172B13-E6
PWON FB
6 1
VIN VOUT SOC13
3
ON/OFF

DVCC3V REG.
IC1471
NJM2886DL3-33
2 4
DD5 VIN VOUT DVCC3V
1
CONT

DVCC1V REG.
IC1473 IC1472
NJM2855DL1-33 S-1172B11-E6
1
Vin Vout
3 6
VIN VOUT
1
DVCC1V E
3
ON/OFF

A
SWPWR12V REG.
Q1447 Q1422
P1421
BUP_1 SXPWR12V

Q1423 A :AVH-X8500BHS/XNUC
B :AVH-X8500BT/XNEW5
C :AVH-X8500BT/XNUW5
D :AVH-X8550BT/XNRC
E :AVH-X8550BT/XNRD
F :AVH-X8550BT/XNRI
G :AVH-X8590BT/XNID
F

AVH-X8500BHS/XNUC
5 6 7 8
35
1 2 3 4

B IF PCB C DVD COR


A CN2161 CN2162 JA2041
WIREDAD WIREDAD WIREDAD 2

REMOTE
WIRED
41 37
WIRED WIRED WIRED 3
42 38
GND 1
IP-BUS DRIVER
BEEP BEEP
IC2071
BUZZER HA12241FP
59 55 BZ2161

DD5
8
STBY
JA2071
SXTX IP_to_S 2 6 BUS+
21 17 ROUT BUS+ 1
SXRX S_to_IP 1 5 BUS-
20 16 DIN1 BUS- 5

IP BUS
ASENBO ASENBO ASENBO
32 28 8
SXL BUSL+ BUSL+
14 10 7
SXAGND BUSL- BUSL-
15 11 11 C D E
F G

CN2201
SXTX
7
SXRX
6
B GNDA

SXi
4
SXL
3
SXPWR SXPWR
4 2
PWEN
3 1
SXIPWEN
2 A M1
CRG(L/E) MOTOR
CN2051 WHITE LECRGM
M
N_to_S N_to_S NAVI_TO_SYS GREEN LECRGP
33 29 25
S_to_N S_to_N SYS_TO_NAVI
34 30 24
GION GION GION
26 22 21 M2
TVON TVON TVON SPINDLE MOTOR
50 46 20
SPDLM

NAVI/iPhone LINK CABLE


CCAUL CCAUL CCAUL M BLK
40 36 10
CCSYNC CCSYNC CCSYNC RED SPDLP
43 39 4
CNB CNB CCB
45 41 3
CNG CNG CCG
47 43 2
CNR CNR CCR
49 45 1
48
GNDSIG
44
GNDSIG GNDSIG
5
CN1101
ASENB
46 42 9 T+
1
C 44 40
2
F-
ONSEI- ONSEI- ONSEI- F+
36 32 14 3
ONSEI+ ONSEI+ ONSEI+ T-
37 33 13 4
MONON
BT33 22

CN2121
S_BT_TX S_BT_TX UART_AT_RX
31 27 12
BT_S_RX BT_S_RX UART_AT_TX 78LD
30 26 11 13
BTRST BTRST nRESET
27 23 7
BT18 REG.
28 24 DD5 IC2101
NJM2856DL3-18 65LD
29 25 14
2 1 BT18_EN
VIN CONTROL 4
CN1437

4 BT18V
CN591

VO 5
BT33 REG. 6
IC2102 TEMP
6
BT MODULE

NJM2886DL3-33 F+H/G+H
10
A

2
VIN VOUT
4 BT33V E+G/E+F
8 11
D 1
CONT BT33 16
B
BT AUDIO DAC A

PU (DP11)
IC2122 17
WM8761BGED C
18
1 I2S_SYNC D
LRCIN 16 19
2 I2S_OUT FE1
BT_Lch BT_Lch 9 DIN 13 20
23 19 VOUTL 3 I2S_CLK FE2
BCKIN 15 21
14 I2S_MCLK
MCLK 17
MIC1_N
20
MIC1_P IMON
21 22
MIC_BIAS
22

JA2111
13 9 VDD33
MIC1_P 2
BT MIC

7 3 MOTV
3
8 4
MIC1_N 1
RF
23

JA2011
GND 2
E AUX_L AUX_L AUXL 4
AUX

55 51
AUXR 3 Vref
AUX_V AUX_V VIDEO 1 8
62 58

JA2001
BC_VGND 2
CAMERA
INPUT
BACK

BCAM BCAM BCAM 1 VCC


64 60 9 VCC
JA2031
REAROUT

REAR_L REAR_L REAR_L 2


(AUDIO)

51 47
Q2031 REAR_R 3
REARMUTE REARMUTE GNDA 1
54 50

CN2091
MOT0 MOT0 MOT0
5 1 5
MOT1 MOT1 MOT1
CN101

6 2 6
HOSW HOSW HOSW
9 5 10
A :AVH-X8500B
F 12
POS
8
POS POS
7
B C D VDD33
VDD33V
8
B :AVH-X8500B
J

A E F G MOTV
MOT5V
1 C :AVH-X8500B
2
D :AVH-X8550B

AVH-X8500BHS/XNUC
36
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

C DVD CORE UNIT


ADAC A
FLASH ROM (16M x 2) SYSTEM uCOM
IC1501 IC1801
MN2DS0018MA PCM1753DBQ
IC1401 151 2
CWW5043 ADOUT DATA
150 3
LRCK LRCK
SRCK
149 1
BCK
CN1952
148 16 7 ANALOG LOUT
DACCK SCK VOUTL 14
57 13
IC1402 SDODAC
58 14
MD
CWW5044 SCKDAC MC
56 15
LTDAC ML
12
RESET

75 AMUTE
EXTRG1 23
SDRAM NRES
70 XRESET
22
IC1480 IRQPWR
48 IRQPWR
21
M12L64164A-5TG2Y 53 HSTCMD
CMDCOMN
54 SLVSTS
20 B
STSCOMN 19
191 STANBY
STANDBY 18
138 COMPOSITE

CN571
MOTOR DRIVER COMPOSITE 12
IC1251 LOUT
144 D-
9
BA5839FP 146 D+
8
ROUT
LECRGM 17 24 67 152 IECOUT
IECOUT 6

A
VO4+ OPINSL CRGDRV 47 SCL
LECRGP 18 23 I2C_SCL 4
VO4- OPOUTSL 46 SDA
22 62 I2C_SDA 3
LDIN LDIN 61 RESET
21 63 CP_Reset 2
CNT CONT1
9 64
MUTE CONT2
SPDLM 15 7 127
VO3+ OPOUT1 FD
SPDLP 16 6
VO3- OPIN1- VCC5 REG. VD8 30
4 126
OPOUT2 TD IC1002 29
3
OPIN2- S-1133B50-U5
25 66
OPOUT3 MD 4 VD8
CN1101 26 5
VOUT
VIN 28
OPIN3- VCC5 3
T+ 14 1 110 ON/OFF
VO2+ VR VHALF
F- 12
VO1+ OPIN2+
2 C
F+ 11 5
VO1- OPIN1+ VCC5-AU REG. VD5 24
T- 13 27
VO2- OPIN3+ IC1003
S-1200B50-M5
1
5 VIN
VCC5_AU VOUT 3
Q1104 Q1102 ON/OFF
78LD 106
LPCO2
VCC33 REG.
IC1004
Q1103 Q1101 NJM2855DL1-33
65LD 104
LPCO1
3 1
VCC33 Vout Vin

TEMP 122
TEMP
F+H/G+H 112
F+H_G+H
E+G/E+F 111
E+G_E+F VCC12 REG.
B 100
VIN3RF
D
A 99 IC1953
VIN4RF S-1135D12-A6
C 98
VIN2RF 6
D 97 1 VIN
VIN1RF VCC12 VOUT 4
FE1 115 ON/OFF
VIN7
FE2 116
VIN8

VR1101
IMON 105
CDMPD

VR1102
HOME
103
DVDMPD S1
65
HOME
RF 96
RFINP
S3
55
12EJ

E
Vref 109
VREFH 121
113 VDSENS VD8
VIN5
114
VIN6
117
VIN3
118
VIN4
VCC 119
VCC5 VIN2
120
VIN1

A :AVH-X8500BHS/XNUC E :AVH-X8550BT/XNRD
F
B :AVH-X8500BT/XNEW5 F :AVH-X8550BT/XNRI
C :AVH-X8500BT/XNUW5 G :AVH-X8590BT/XNID
D :AVH-X8550BT/XNRC

AVH-X8500BHS/XNUC
5 6 7 8
37
1 2 3 4

G CASE UNIT(SERVICE) E MONITOR UNIT(SERVICE)


A uCOM
IC4200
CN3003 CN3002 CN4052 PDY087A8
6 5 5
I LR[0-5] I I LR[0-5] IO[40-45] IO[19-24]
11 10 10

13 11 11
I LG[0-5] I I LG[0-5] IO[50-55] IO[25-30]
18 16 16

20 17 17
I LB[0-5] I I LB[0-5] IO[56-61] IO[31,32,35-38]
25 22 22

17
IO_13
18
IO_14
19
IO_15
DSENSFLG DSENSFLG DSENSFLG 82 20
1 1 1 IO_64 IO_16
LVSY LVSY LVSY 78 21
2 2 2 IO_62 IO_17
LHSY LHSY LHSY 81 26
3 3 3 IO_63 IO_18
LCDCLK LCDCLK LCDCLK 62
B 27 23 23 IO_48/GCLK2 IO_39
51

4 23
VIN LX1
6 24
SOC33_2 REG. CE LX2
IC4051 7
NJM2886DL3-33 VFB
12
2 4 AMPOUT
DD5_1 VIN VOUT SOC33_2
LCDPW LCDPW LCDPW 1
4 4 4 CONT 20
CPVCC

22
CPPSW Q4301

CN3001 CN4051
DD5_1 DD5_1 21
37 1 1 DD5_1 CPP
38
C 40 ILM+B ILM+B
I 10 10 ILM+B LCD POWER BLOCK
42 IC4300
SWVVCC33 SWVVCC33 R1290K103A
CN702

35 16 16 SWVVCC33

17
CPPFB
Q4300
A

LPSYNC 5
LPSYNC LPSYNC 13 VREF
47 3 3 RT
15
CPNFB

19
CPN

COMDC COMDC COMDC


51 11 11

BLEN BLEN BLEN


36 12 12
DIMMER DIMMER DIMMER
43 8 8 ILM+B
BLSYNC BLSYNC BLSYNC
45 6 6
D BLERR BLERR BLERR
48 5 5 1
TEMPSENS TEMPSENS TEMPSENS VCC
39 14 14 28
CS
BLEN 27
TH4001 EN
THERMISTOR BACK
DIMMER 8 DR
PWM
BLSYNC 5 IC
SYNC BD81A
BLERR 9
FAIL1
DSENS1 DSENS1 DSENS1 10
49 7 7 FAIL2
DSENS2 DSENS2 DSENS2
50 9 9
RESET RESET RESET
55 19 19
KDT0 KDT0 KDT0
56 21 21
KDT1 KDT1 KDT1
57 23 23
REMIN REMIN REMIN
29 24 24
LEDB LEDB LEDB
33 18 18
LEDR LEDR LEDR
32 20 20
LEDG LEDG LEDG DSENS2
31 22 22

E
TOUCH PANEL
CONTROLLER RESET
IC4151
AK4187VN
MTCH_SCL0 MTCH_SCL0 MTCH_SCL0 1 8
54 17 17 SCL XN
MTCH_SDA0 MTCH_SDA0 MTCH_SDA0 2 12
53 15 15 SDA YP
MTCHIRQ MTCHIRQ MTCHIRQ 4 13
52 13 13 PENIRQN YN

Q4132
XN

YN
YP

LEDB

F LEDR
CN4151

LEDG
YB
YT
XL
4
1
3

TOUCH PANEL

AVH-X8500BHS/XNUC
38
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

LCD PANEL D TUNER PCB


A
FM/AM TUNER IC
CN4400 IC6001
CN6001 TDA7706
30
R[0-5] I I2C0_CLK 34
35 1 I2CSCL
I2C0_SDA 33
2 I2CSDA
36 RESET 31
G[0-5] 4 RSTN
I
41 LCH 57
5 DACOUTL
RFVCC5 8
9 VCCRF
42 13
B[0-5] I VCCVCO

A
47 27
VDIG
28
VCCREG1V2
OEV(Low) 51
15 VCC-REF
POL 59
11 VCC-ADC_DAC
VCLK 60
14 VCC-PLL
STV2 FMAMANT 5
17 10 FMMIXIN1
LOAD
29 LCD 16
PINDIN
HCLK 18
23 LNAIN
DIO1
59 B

GRADATION VOLTAGE AVDD


26 B C D
27
E F G

57
VR[1-10] I
48

Q4301

DVDD C
SOC33_2 22
XON(Hi)
10
L/R(Hi)
28

VDDG+18V
6 A :AVH-X8500BHS/XNUC
VEEG-6V B :AVH-X8500BT/XNEW5
8
C :AVH-X8500BT/XNUW5
COMDC
Q4401 D :AVH-X8550BT/XNRC
Vcom
1 E :AVH-X8550BT/XNRD
2
F :AVH-X8550BT/XNRI
G :AVH-X8590BT/XNID
CN4001
Anode 1
I
3
D
1 20
VCC OUTL
28 17
CS OVP
13 K1
LCD BACKLIGHT
27
EN BACK LIGHT LED1 5
8 DRIVER 14 K2
PWM LED2 6
5 IC4001 15 K3
SYNC BD81A04EFV-M LED3 7
9 16 K4
FAIL1 LED4 8
10
FAIL2

H SW UNIT(SERVICE)
OFF SENS SW LOCK SW
S8201 S8202
CN4053 CN8201 1 3 1 3
DSENS1 DSENS1
2 2 2 4 2 4
DSENS2 DSENS2
3 1

Q4051

E
F KEY UNIT(SERVICE)
CN4131 CN5001
ILM+B
ILM+B 1 1
SOC33_2 6 6 SOC33_2 RESET
S5001 D5002 D5003
1 2
RESET RESET
2 2 3 4

KDT0 KDT0
5 5
KDT1 KDT1 KEY MATRIX REMOTE CONTROL
7 7 SENSOR
U5021
REMIN REMIN 4
11 11 OUT
Q4132
LEDB LEDB
8 8
Q4131
LEDR
9 9
LEDR
F
LEDG LEDG
10 10

AVH-X8500BHS/XNUC
5 6 7 8
39
1 2 3 4

J PCB UNIT(SERVICE)

A
MOTOR DRIVER
IC101 DRIVE MECHANISM
CN101 BA6288FS
MOT0 6 14 GN
5 FIN OUT2
MOTOR UNIT
M EXA4003
MOT1 11 3 PL
6 RIN OUT1

MOTV 4
1 VM
CN2091

5
2 VCC

12
VREF

POS POSITION
7
B

VR101

8 VDD
B
HOME
S101
H/O
10

HOME
S102

C I HDMI UNIT

JA1

.
1 CN2
.
3
HDMI RECEIVER
.
4 IC10 25
.
6 MN864779KT |
DATA[0(+/-) - 2(+/-)], CLOCK+/- HDMI_[D0 - D15]
.
7 40
.
9
HDMI DAC
.
10
IC3
12
WM8761BGED
SCL J1
15 P1SCL 9 HDMI_AL
SDA J2 VOUTL 15
16 P1SDA
+5V
18 H10 1
LRCLK/DSDL2 LRCIN
J10 2 12 HDMI_DEEEMPH
SDO0/DSDL0 DIN DEEMPH 11
K3 G11 3
P1V5P
BCLK/DSDCL BCKIN IC4
TC7SH32FUS1
D
F11 14
MCLK MCLK 1 HDMI_MUTE
HDMI CABLE

10 4 16
MUTE 2

G2
NIRQ2

E11 HDMI_VD
VSYNC 5
E10 HDMI_HD
CN1346

HSYNC 7
F10 HDMI_FLD
DE 8
K11 SCL0
HSCL 9
K10 SDA0
HSDA 10
G1 HDRST
A

NRESET 17
G10 HDRQ1
NIRQ1 18
H1 HDMI_CLK
RCLK 23

HOTPLUG
Q2
HOTPLUG
19 AVCC5

E
Q1
HDMI_HPLG
6

AVCC5 2
HD33 REG.
IC1
S-1172B33-E6
1 6 DD5
PVDD33 VOUT VIN 3
3
VDD33 HD12 REG. ON/OFF 4
AVDD33 IC2
S-1172B12-E6
1 6 VVCC33S
VDD12 VOUT VIN 1
3
ON/OFF

AVH-X8500BHS/XNUC
40
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

5. DIAGNOSIS
5.1 OPERATIONAL FLOWCHART
A
RESET

VDD33=3.3v?

/BSENS : pin 20
/BSENS=L?
B
Y

/ASENS : pin 21
/ASENS=L?

/DSENS1 : pin 176


/DSENS1=L?

Y C

DSENS2 : pin 172


DSENS2=
0.3 - 0.7VDD?

ASENBO : pin 35 ASENBO L⇒H

Standby
DDCCLK : pin 45 DDCCLK CLKOUT D

VD5 : pin 113


VD5,VD8 L⇒H
VD8 : pin 114

Start Communication
IC1004(SoC)
and
DVD Mechanism Module

IC1004(SoC)
/STB=H?
or
LS2 /STB=H?

Source Keys operatable.


Source ON

SYSPW : pin 130 SYSPW L⇒H

AVH-X8500BHS/XNUC
5 6 7 8
41
1 2 3 4

5.2 INSPECTION METHOD OF PICKUP UNIT

A
Disc to be used
CD-DA : TCD-782
DVD-Video : TDV-582(GGV1025)

Exact judgment cannot be performed if the disk to be used has a crack and dirt.
Be careful of handling of a disk enough.

Execution method
Refer to the following page for the details of the check 1 and the check 2.
B

Replace the
START
CRG chassis

Please perform the


PU Lighting?
No usual diagnosis.
RF level check
Check1 Yes

LD current check
C
Check2
Replace the Error rate check
Is it OK?
No CRG chassis
Yes

Is it OK?
No
Yes

RF level check PICK UP Perform lens


D No cleaned? No cleaning
Yes Yes

Replace the
Check2 CRG chassis
Error rate check

Is it OK? PICK UP Perform lens


No cleaned? cleaning
No
Yes Yes

E Replace the
CRG chassis

Ckeck parts
other than PICK UP Finished

AVH-X8500BHS/XNUC
42
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

A
Check1 : LD current check

<Check>
Status: [Foucs closed] of TEST MODE
No. Disc Check Point Threshold Remarks: LD current
1 GGV1025 DVDLD1 - VCC5_PU 120 - 780 (mV) 10 - 65 (mA)

DVDLD1 B

C
VCC5_PU

No. Disc Check Point Threshold Remarks: LD current


2 TCD-782 CDLD1 - VCC5_PU 150 - 900 (mV) 10 - 60 (mA)
D

CDLD1

VCC5_PU

Notes: Please pay attention to the laser diode damage by static electricity.

AVH-X8500BHS/XNUC
5 6 7 8
43
1 2 3 4

A
Check : RF level

<Check>
ASMAX value shows the value of RF level.
Status: [Foucs closed] of TEST MODE

No. Disc Check Point Threshold Remarks

1 GGV1025 8 digits value of more than


ASMAX on display 0000 0B00
8 digits value of more than
2 TCD-782 0000 0E00
ASMAX on display
B

Check2 : Error rate check

<Check>
Status: [Tracking Closed] of TEST MODE
D
No. Disc Check Point Threshold Remarks

1 ID:40000 less than


GGV1025
1.000E-3

2 GGV1025 less than


ID:200000
1.000E-3
less than
3 TCD-782 ID:HOME Position 2.500E-3

AVH-X8500BHS/XNUC
44
1 2 3 4
LS2 BACK END section flow
Is VDD5
START (VCC33, VCC12)
power supply voltage OK?
Execute check 2.

Standby
Can the NO OK? NO
5

playback

5
Execute
start? check 1.

YES YES YES

Does the Is the Reset OK?


NO NO Is the image NO Is the iPod play NO USB play NO Is the sound
operation Execute
take time? in error? in error? in error? in error?
check 3.

YES YES YES YES YES YES


Is the
life of flash Is AVCC5 Is the iPod Is 48 MHz Is AVCC5 Is SDRAM Is VSENS
NO NO NO circuit OK? NO NO voltage OK? NO NO
memory OK? voltage OK? OK? IF OK? OK?
Conduct check Execute Execute Execute Execute Execute Execute
item 12. check 8. check 14. check 13. check 8. check 6. check 4.

YES YES YES YES YES YES YES

Go to FE Go to the Is VD8,
Is the video Is DACCLK VCC5 power Is 27 MHz
section check. NO circuit OK? product check. NO NO NO OK?
NO Is the USB normal? supply voltage OK?
Execute circuit OK? Execute Execute Execute
check 11. Execute check 9. check 7. check 5.

6
6

check 14.
5.3 DIAGNOSIS FLOWCHART

YES NO The product YES YES YES


is normal?(iPod YES
attestation IC) Is the audio Go to FE Replace the unit.
NO circuit OK? section check.
Replace the unit.
Execute
YES check 10.

Replace the unit. YES

Product repair

Go to FE
section check.

AVH-X8500BHS/XNUC
Repair the
defective part.

7
7

*1)Note *1) With service, even when exchange of a flash ROM


is required, please replace core unit .
(Since the key etc. are not written in in case of the
flash simple substance)
Normal?

YES Go to FE
section check.
END NO

Is FE section NO Go to FE related
normal? repair process.

YES

Replace the unit.

YES

Normal?
8

8
YES

END

45
E
A

D
C

F
B
1 2 3 4

Check 1: Standby OK?


A

<Check> Check the voltage at the “STANBY” test point while the power is on.
Use the “DGND1” test point at the reference.
No. Check point Module No. Specification value Unit
1 STANBY - DGND1 ALL VCC33 - 0.6 V or more V

Side A
B

D
GNDD1

STANBY

Fig 1.1: STANBY check point

AVH-X8500BHS/XNUC
46
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

Check 2: Is VDD5 (VCC33, VCC12) power supply voltage OK?


A
IC1401 FLASH power supply (Data)
IC1402 FLASH power supply (Program)
VDD5 IC1004 VCC33 (= 3.3V ) IC1480 SDRAM power supply
3.3 V output regulator IC1501 DV5 power supply

IC1953 VCC12 (= 1.2V ) IC1501 DV5 power supply


1.2 V output Regulator

Fig 2.1: Power supply configuration


B

<Check> Check the voltage at the “VDD5_1, VCC33_1 and VCC12_1” test point while the power is on.
Use the “DGND1” test point at the reference.
No. Check point Module No. Specification value Unit
1 VDD5_1 - DGND1 ALL 5.0 ± 0.4 V
2 VCC33_1 - DGND1 ALL 3.3 ± 0.033 V
3 VCC12_1 - DGND1 ALL 1.2 ± 0.015 V

Side A C

VCC12

VCC33

VD5-1

DGND1
Fig 2.2: VDD5, VCC33, VCC12 voltage check points

AVH-X8500BHS/XNUC
5 6 7 8
47
1 2 3 4

Check 3: Reset OK?


A

<Check> Check the voltage at the “XRES” test point while the power is on.
Use the “DGND1” test point at the reference.
No. Check point Module No. Specification value Unit
1 NRES - DGND1 ALL VCC33 × 0.7 or more V

B
Side A

NRES
DGND1

Fig 3.1: RESET check point


E

AVH-X8500BHS/XNUC
48
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

Check 4: Is VSENS OK?


A
CN1952
HOST I/F
IC1501
VD8 R1004 VSENS DV5
R1007

VDD5 IC1004 VCC33


Regulator

B
IC1953 VCC12
1.2 V output
Regulator
STANBY
NRES

Fig 4.1: Power supply configuration and VSENS

C
<Check> Check the voltage at the “VSENS” test point while the power is on.
Use the “DGND1” test point at the reference.

No. Check point Module No. Specification value Unit


1 VSENS - DGND1 ALL 0.95 - 1.07 V
VD8 = 8.0 ± 0.4 V

Side A

VSENS

F
DGND1
Fig 4.2: VSENS check point

AVH-X8500BHS/XNUC
5 6 7 8
49
1 2 3 4

Check 5: 27 MHz Normal?


A
<Outline> Each clock is created inside the IC1501 using the 27 MHz master crystal oscillator (X1501).

IC1501
DVD-LSI
X1501 OSCO
27 MHz
crystal OSCI

VCC33 VCC12
B
Fig 5.1: Clock configuration

<Check method> Turn the power on, and check with DGND being the reference.
In case of NG, check the applicable line, periphery of IC1501,
soldering of the peripheral components and defective components.
No. Check point Module No. Specification value Unit
2 IC1501 156pin - DGND1 ALL 27 MHz ± 50 ppm ppm

Specification
value

GND
Fig 5.2: Clock specification value

Side A
D

DGND1

F IC1501 156pin

Fig 5.3: 27 MHz check point

AVH-X8500BHS/XNUC
50
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

Check 6: Is SDRAM I/F OK?

<Outline> In order to secure the MPEG stream data as the buffer, A


the capacity of communication I/F SDRAM between the LSI and the memory is 64Mbit.
Be careful as XCSM, XWE, XCAS and XRAS of IC1480 are called differently in IC1501,
namely NCSM, NWE, NCAS, NRAS.

IC1480 MA0 - 11 IC1501


MDQ0 - 15 DV5
SDRAM MCK
XWE(NWE)
XCAS(NCAS)
XRAS(NRAS)
XCSM(NCSM)
DQM0 B
DQM1
BA0
BA1

Fig 6.1: SDRAM I/F

<Check> Check the conductivity at “check point 1” and “check point 2” without power.
In case of NG, check the soldering and defective components throughout the
“output t input” of the applicable section.
C
No. Signal name Check point 1 Check point 2 Specification value
1 MA0 IC1480 23pin IC1501 201pin 56 ohm ± 5%
2 MA1 IC1480 24pin IC1501 203pin 56 ohm ± 5%
3 MA2 IC1480 25pin IC1501 207pin 56 ohm ± 5%
4 MA3 IC1480 26pin IC1501 209pin 56 ohm ± 5%
5 MA4 IC1480 29pin IC1501 208pin 56 ohm ± 5%
6 MA5 IC1480 30pin IC1501 206pin 56 ohm ± 5%
7 MA6 IC1480 31pin IC1501 202pin 56 ohm ± 5%
8 MA7 IC1480 32pin IC1501 200pin 56 ohm ± 5%
9 MA8 IC1480 33pin IC1501 198pin 56 ohm ± 5%
10 MA9 IC1480 34pin IC1501 194pin 56 ohm ± 5%
11 MA10 IC1480 22pin IC1501 199pin 56 ohm ± 5% D
12 MA11 IC1480 35pin IC1501 192pin 56 ohm ± 5%
13 MDQ0 IC1480 2pin IC1501 160pin 56 ohm ± 5%
14 MDQ1 IC1480 4pin IC1501 162pin 56 ohm ± 5%
15 MDQ2 IC1480 5pin IC1501 164pin 56 ohm ± 5%
16 MDQ3 IC1480 7pin IC1501 168pin 56 ohm ± 5%
17 MDQ4 IC1480 8pin IC1501 170pin 56 ohm ± 5%
18 MDQ5 IC1480 10pin IC1501 172pin 56 ohm ± 5%
19 MDQ6 IC1480 11pin IC1501 176pin 56 ohm ± 5%
20 MDQ7 IC1480 13pin IC1501 178pin 56 ohm ± 5%
21 MDQ8 IC1480 42pin IC1501 177pin 56 ohm ± 5%
22 MDQ9 IC1480 44pin IC1501 175pin 56 ohm ± 5%
23 MDQ10 IC1480 45pin IC1501 171pin 56 ohm ± 5% E
24 MDQ11 IC1480 47pin IC1501 169pin 56 ohm ± 5%
25 MDQ12 IC1480 48pin IC1501 167pin 56 ohm ± 5%
26 MDQ13 IC1480 50pin IC1501 163pin 56 ohm ± 5%
27 MDQ14 IC1480 51pin IC1501 161pin 56 ohm ± 5%
28 MDQ15 IC1480 53pin IC1501 159pin 56 ohm ± 5%
29 MCK IC1480 38pin IC1501 183pin 47 ohm ± 5%
30 XWE IC1480 16pin IC1501 181pin 56 ohm ± 5%
31 XCAS IC1480 17pin IC1501 188pin 56 ohm ± 5%
32 XRAS IC1480 18pin IC1501 189pin 56 ohm ± 5%
33 XCSM IC1480 19pin IC1501 190pin 56 ohm ± 5%
34 DQM0 IC1480 15pin IC1501 179pin 56 ohm ± 5%
35 DQM1 IC1480 39pin IC1501 180pin 56 ohm ± 5% F

36 BA0 IC1480 20pin IC1501 193pin 56 ohm ± 5%


37 BA1 IC1480 21pin IC1501 197pin 56 ohm ± 5%

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Side A
A

Check point 1 (IC1480)

C
Check point 2 (IC1501)

Fig 6.2: SDRAM I/F check point

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Check 7: Is VD8, VCC5 power supply voltage OK?


A

VD8_1 F.E. driver


system

VD8_2 VCC5 (= 5.0 V ) Power supply


REG IC
for PU
for VCC 5 V.

Fig 7.1: Power supply configuration


B

<Check> Check the voltage at the “VD8_P, VD8_A and VCC5_1” test point while the power is on.
Use the “PGND1 and AGND1” test point at the reference.
No. Check point Module No. Specification value Unit
1 VD8_P - PGND1 ALL 8.0 ± 0.4 V
2 VD8_A - AGND1 ALL 8.0 ± 0.4 V
3 VCC5_1 - AGND1 ALL 5.0 ± 0.05 V C

Side A

AGND1

VCC5_1

PGND1
VD8_A VD8_P

Fig 7.2: VD8, VCC5 voltage check points

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Check 8: Is AVCC5 voltage OK?


A

IC1003 IC1801
VD8 AVCC5 (= 5.0 V )
REG IC
Audio-DAC
for AVCC 5 V.

Fig 8.1: Power supply configuration

<Check> Playback DVD-REF-A1 TITLE 1 and check the voltage at the stylus.
B
Check with PGND_3 and GNDAU1 being the reference.
No. Check point Module No. Specification value Unit
1 VD8_A - PGND_3 ALL 8.0 ± 0.4 V
2 AVCC5 - GNDAU1 ALL 5.0 ± 0.05 V

Side A

D PGND3

GNDAU1
AVCC5

VD8_A
E
Fig 8.2: VD8, AVCC5 voltage check points

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Check 9: Is DACCLK normal?


<Outline> DACCLK for Audio-DAC is created by IC1501 using the 27 MHz master crystal oscillator (X1501). A

IC1501
X1501 DVD-LSI IC1801
DACCLK
27MHz Audio-DAC
crystal

VCC33 VCC12
Fig 9.1: Clock configuration
<Check method>
DVD: DVD-REF-A1 TITLE 1
CD: Playback a normal CDDA.
B
Common to all DVD-V compatible modules.
Check with DGND being the reference.
In case of NG, check the applicable line, the periphery of IC1501, soldering of the peripheral components and
defective components.
No. Check point 1 (stylus) Media Specification value 1 Specification value 2 Specification value 3
1 DACCK DVD 2.0 V - VCC33V DGND - 0.8 V 36.8640 MHz ± 300 ppm
2 DACCK CD 2.0 V - VCC33V DGND - 0.8 V 33.8688 MHz ± 300 ppm
Specification
value 1

Specification C
value 2 Specification
value 3

GND
Fig 9.2: Clock specification value

Side A

DGND4 F
Check point 2 (IC1501 148 pin)

Fig 9.3: DACCLK check point

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Check 10: Is the audio circuit OK?


A <Outline> The serial 3 lines digital output + DACCLK, output from DVD-LSI (IC1501), are converted to analog audio
signal at Audio-DAC (IC1801) and are output from the HOST I/F (CN1952).
Simultaneously, the analog MUTE signal is also output from DVD-LSI (IC1501) via the HOST I/F.
The digital audio signal (IECOUT), output from DVD-LSI (IC1501).

CN1952
HOST I/F
IC1501 IECOUT
DVD-LSI LRCK LO
ADOUT IC1801
SRCK Audio-DAC RO

B GNDAU

Fig 10.1: Audio circuit

<Check method> Playback DVD-REF-A1 TITLE 2 CHAPTER 1 (48 k/16 bit 1 kHz 0 dB),
and check with DGND1 being the reference.
In case of NG, check the applicable line, periphery of major components as described in the above drawing,
soldering of the peripheral components and defective components.
No. Check point 1 (stylus) Specification value 1 Specification value 2 Reference waveform
1 ADOUT VCC33V - 0.6 V or higher 0.4 V or lower Waveform 1
2 SRCK VCC33V - 0.6 V or higher 0.4 V or lower Waveform 2
C 3 LRCK VCC33V - 0.6 V or higher 0.4 V or lower Waveform 3

Specification
Specification value 2
value 1
GND

Fig 10.2: Serial 3 lines specification value

Side A
D

DGND1
151pin ADOUT signal

F 150pin LRCK signal


149pin SRCK signal
Fig 10.3: Serial 3 lines check points

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The following checks shall be conducted using the following measurement circuits with GNDAU1 being the reference.

47 kohm 47 kohm

LO GNDAU1 RO

No. Check point 1 (stylus) Specification value (rms) Reference waveform


4 LO 1400 ± 150 mV Waveform 4 B

5 RO 1400 ± 150 mV Waveform 4

Specification value is the root-mean-square value (rms).

Fig 10.4: Analog audio out (LO, RO) specification value.

C
Side A

GNDAU3 RO LO

Fig 10.5: Analog audio out check point

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Check with DGND1 being the reference.


A
No. Check point 1 (stylus) Specification value 1 Specification value 2 Reference waveform
6 IEC VCC33V - 0.6 V or higher 0.4 V or lower Waveform 5

Specification
value 2
Specification
value 1

10.6: Digital audio signal (IECOUT) specification value

Side A

IEC DGND1

Fig 10.7: Digital audio signal (IECOUT) check point

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Check 11: Is the video circuit OK?


A
<Outline> Composite signal and component signal are output from DVD-LSI (IC1501), and are output from the
HOST I/F (CN1952) via a buffer circuit.
CN1952
HOST I/F
IC1501
DVD_LSI

Video Composite COMPOSITE


DAC
section

Fig 11.1: Video circuit B

<Checking method> Playback DVD-REF-A1 TITLE2 CHAPTER5 (WHITE 100%), and monitor COMPOSITE signal with
an oscilloscope with GNDV (stylus) being the reference. Set the trigger mode to “TV trigger” and
the trigger line to “150 line”.
No. Check point 1 (stylus) Specification value Reference waveform
1 COMPOSITE 1000 mVpp ± 5% Waveform 6
In case of NG, check the applicable line, the periphery of the major components in the drawing above, soldering of the
peripheral components and defective components.
PEAK C

COMPOSITE signal Reference


value
Color burst
Pedestal level
BOTTOM
Horizontal sync signal

Fig 11.2: Waveform for the case of composite white 100% output

Side A
D

F
GNDV2 COMPOSITE
Fig 11.3: VIDEO signal check point

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Check 12:How to judge whether the flash memory has reached its life or not.
A
If the reaction to user operation is slow or operation is slow in general, there is a possibility that the flash memory
has reached its life.
Make judgment regarding the flash memory life by looking at the display of the LD power on time mode.

1. Let the LD energizing time displayed.


(Refer to the FE test mode for the method of displaying the LD energizing time.)
2. If the second digit from the left of the energizing time display is showing E,
such as “ E ”, it means that the flash memory has reached its life.

Example:
B

0E000BB8

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Check 13: 48 MHz Normal?

<Outline> CLOCK of a USB circuit is made using the 48 MHz master crystal oscillator (X1950). A

IC1501
DVD-LSI
X1950
48MHz
crystal USB_CLOCK

VCC33 VCC12
Fig 13.1: Clock configuration

<Check method> Turn the power on, and check with DGND1 being the reference.
In case of NG, check the applicable line, periphery of IC1501,
soldering of the peripheral components and defective components.
No. Check point Module No. Specification value Unit
2 IC1501 50pin - DGND1 ALL 48 MHz ± 200 ppm ppm

Specification
value

GND
Fig 13.2: Clock specification value

Side A D

48 MHz

DGND1
F

Fig 13.3: 48 MHz check point

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Check 14: Is USB Circuit OK?


A <Outline>
The data is transmitted through D+, D- and SDA of HOST I/F while playing USB/IPOD.
USB memory uses only D+ and D-, but IPOD uses SDA (DATA) and SCL (CLOCK) in addition to D+ and D-.
CN1952
HOST I/F
IC1501 CP_RESET
DVD-LSI I2C_SDA
I2C_SCL
D+
D-

B
DGND

Fig. 14-1: USB Circuit

<Check Method>
1. USB Memory: Play a song from USB memory and check D+ and D- with the DGND1 standards.
2. iPod: Connect iPod and check CP_RESET, SDATA and SCLOCK with the DGND1 standards until the Pioneer log
appears. When iPod Touch or iPhone is connected, the logo is not displayed but only a check mark is displayed.
Play a song from iPod and check D+/D- with the DGND1 standards.
When it does not conform to the standards, check appropriate line, main parts shown in the above figure,soldering of
peripheral parts and malfunctions in parts.

C No. Checking spot (stylus) Standard value 1 Standard value 2


1 CP_RESET VCC33*0.7 or more
2 SDATA VCC33*0.7 or more VCC33*0.2 or less *Until the pioneer log appears after connecting the iPod
3 SCLOCK VCC33*0.7 or more VCC33*0.2 or less *Until the pioneer log appears after connecting the iPod
4 D+ VCC33*0.7 or more VCC33*0.3 or less
5 D- VCC33*0.7 or more VCC33*0.3 or less

Standard
Standard value 2
value 1

D Fig.14.2: USB Circuit Communication Wave

Side A

SDATA

CP_RESET

D- D+ SCLOCK DGND1

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AUDIO

CH1 : LO A
CH1 : ADOUT3 CH2 : RO
Reference voltage:DGND2 1 V/div. 5 μsec/div Reference voltage:GNDAU2 2 V/div. 500 μsec/div

Gt

Gt
Gt

B
Waveform 1 Waveform 4

CH1 : SRCK CH1 : IECOUT


Reference voltage:DGND2 1 V/div. 1 μsec/div Reference voltage:DGND2 1 V/div. 500 nsec/div

Gt
Gt C

Waveform 2 Waveform 5

CH1 : LRCK
Reference voltage:DGND2 1 V/div. 5 μsec/div

Gt

Waveform 3

VIDEO

[WHITE 100IRE] E
CH1 : COMPO
Reference voltage:GNDV1 200 mV/div. 10 μsec/div

GNDV
F

Waveform 6

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USB, IPOD
USB memory USB memory
A D+/D- communication waveform D+/D- communication waveform
It checks with an oscilloscope. It checks with an oscilloscope.
Reference voltage : DGND 1 ms/div 2 V/div Reference voltage : DGND 200 ns/div 2 V/div

D- D-

DGND DGND
DGND
DGND
D+ D+

B
Waveform 7 Waveform 8

IPOD IPOD
D+/D- communication waveform D+/D- communication waveform
It checks with an oscilloscope. It checks with an oscilloscope.
Reference voltage : DGND 1 ms/div 2 V/div Reference voltage : DGND 200 ns/div 2 V/div

D- D-

DGND DGND

C DGND DGND
D+ D+

Waveform 9 Waveform 10

IPOD
CP_RESET signal IPOD
A relation with NRES, At the time of RESET release SDA signal
(It checks with an oscilloscope. ) It checks by LECORY.
Reference voltage : DGND 20 ms/div 1 V/div Reference voltage : DGND 2 ms/div 1 V/div

CP_RESET

DGND SDA

NRES
DGND

DGND

Waveform 11 Waveform 12

IPOD
E
SCL signal
It checks by LECORY.
Reference voltage : DGND 500 μs/div 1 V/div

SCL

DGND

Waveform 13

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5.4 ERROR CODE LIST


Generation source Method of reset
UART
Error status OSD *1 Meaning USB USB ACC Source Eject/
*2 Disc Play Key
(MSC) (iPod) Off/On With no device
Off/On
A
Media Error UNPLAYABLE DISC 00h A disc containing the unplayable format only X - - X X X -

INCOMPATIBLE DEVICE 00h USB device that doesn't correspond - X X X X X -

UNPLAYABLE FILE 00h USB device of format alone that cannot be reproduced - X - X X X -
Open (No display) 10h Door open error X - - * * * *
Read Error ERROR-02-99 20h Transfer start error X - - X X X X
Focus Error(Focus Error in
ERROR-02-90 21h Focus error X - - X X X X
mechanism set up)
Focus error during set up
Surface Error ERROR-02-9E 22h (A focus has never been achieved with that disc.) X - - - - X -
Address not found
(Invalid Track) ERROR-02-80 23h Address not found. X - - X X X X

Spindle Lock ERROR-02-91 24h Spindle lock NG(the disc cannot rotate) X - - X X X X
Carriage home NG
Carriage HOME ERROR-02-92 25h (The pick up tries to return to carriage home, X - - X X X X
but it cannot go back and stopped.)
ID/SUBCODE Read Error ID/SUBCODE Read Error (ID/SUBCODE cannot
ERROR-02-94 26h be read due to scratch or stain.) X - - X X X X B
AV CHIP decode Error ERROR-02-9A 2Ah AV CHIP decode NG(AV chip cannot be decoded.) X X X X X X X
AV CHIP Recovery NG ERROR-02-9B 2Bh AV CHIP recovery NG X X - X X X X
Error of PLAY BACK Playback state error
ERROR-02-9C 2Ch (An error due to software bug.) X X - X X X X
Mode Status
Disc Data Error ERROR-02-9D 2Dh Disc Data NG X - - X X X X
Temp Error(In Case of High temperature(Playback is stopped because the pick
THERMAL PROTECTION IN MOTION 30h up temperature is 89 C or higher.) X - - X - - -
High Temperature)
No Disc
(including Disc loading (No display) Disc has not been inserted.
40h (Including Load in process or Eject in process.) X - - * * * *
and ejecting)

(No display) Loading mechanism error


Loading_Mecha Error 50h (The disc cannot be clamped.) X X *11 X *11 X - X *12 -
Communication fault attesting iPod ERROR-02-60 60h Communication fault attesting iPod X *13 - X X - X *14 -
iPod authentication data is abnormal ERROR-02-61 61h iPod authentication data is abnormal X *13 - X X - X *14 -
iPod attestation retrying failure ERROR-02-62 62h iPod attestation retrying failure X *13 - X X - X *14 -
iPod attestation time out ERROR-02-63 63h iPod attestation time out X *13 - X X - X *14 -
Error when iPod is connected/ Error when iPod is connected/
It is generated STALL by the USB ERROR-02-64 64h It is generated STALL by the USB communication - - X X - X -
communication
Error setting iPod ERROR-02-65 65h Error setting iPod - - X X - X -
Demand timeout when
ERROR-02-66 66h
Demand timeout when
- - X X - X -
C
initial is communicated initial is communicated
Protocol version Protocol version non-correspondence
non-correspondence ERROR-02-67 67h (It is necessary to Version Up the iPod by iTunes.) - - X X - X -
Timeout when protocol Timeout when protocol
version is judged ERROR-02-68 68h version is judged - - X X - X -
iPod does not have music.
No songs error (No display) 69h (It is necessary to put music into iPod by iTunes) - - X X - X -
iPod control forwarding/
Intarapta forwarding error ERROR-02-6A 6Ah iPod control forwarding / Intarapta forwarding error - - X X - X -
Demand timeout Demand timeout iPod's reproducing
iPod's reproducing ERROR-02-6B 6Bh - - X X - X -
Remote switch error ERROR-02-6C 6Ch Remote switch error - - X X - X -
Remote switch demand Remote switch demand timeout
timeout ERROR-02-6D 6Dh - - X X - X -
Demand timeout to an Demand timeout to an iPodApl(Pandora)
iPodApl(Pandora) ERROR-02-6E 6Eh - - X X - X -

DRM Error DRM error (All music cannot be played back due
PROTECTED DISC 70h to DRM.) X - - X X X -

NO ACCESSIBLE DATA AVAILABLE 70h DRM error (All music cannot be played back due
to DRM.) - X - X X X -

Region code Error DIFFERENT REGION DISC 90h


Region code NG (Unable to be played back due
X - - X X X -
D
to incorrect mechanism region.)

CPRM*7 Key Error *8 UNPLAYABLE DISC 93h Key Error for playback X - - X - X -
REQUEST Error ERROR-02-A0 A0h REQUEST_error X - - X X X X
Failure in issuing read
command (chip dependent) ERROR-02-A1 A1h Failure in issuing the read command X - - X X X X
Adjustment of L0 is NG. ERROR-02-A2 A2h L0 adjustment is NG. X - - X X X X
Adjustment of L1 is NG. ERROR-02-A3 A3h L1 adjustment is NG. X - - X X X X
LD system NG ERROR-02-A4 A4h LD system NG X - - X X X X
Gain adjustment system NG. ERROR-02-A5 A5h Gain adjustment system NG. X - - X X X X
Gain determining system NG. ERROR-02-A6 A6h Gain determining system NG. X - - X X X X
Servo initial setting related items NG. ERROR-02-A7 A7h Servo initial setting related items NG. X - - X X X X
Disc is not clamped yet. ERROR-02-A8 A8h Disc is not clamped yet. X - - X X X X
Tracking system NG. ERROR-02-A9 A9h Tracking system NG X - - X X X X
Media setting system NG. ERROR-02-AA AAh Media setting system NG X - - X X X X
Focus Error ERROR-02-AB ABh JUMP over layers NG X - - X X X X
Error of PLAY BACK
ERROR-02-B0 B0h Navigation command error X - - X X X X
Mode Status
Error of PLAY BACK
ERROR-02-B1 B1h Retry over X - - X X X X
Mode Status E
DivX DRM Inofrmation ERROR-02-C1 C1h DivX DRM inofrmation update error X - - X - - -
Update Error *10
Error when MCS is connected/ Error when MCS is connected / It is generated
It is generated STALL by the USB ERROR-02-D0 D0h - X - - - X -
communication STALL by the USB communication
CBW and CSW forwarding error ERROR-02-D1 D1h CBW and CSW forwarding error - X - - - X -
Audio class band securing failure ERROR-02-D8 D8h Audio class band securing failure - - X X - X -
Audio class FS setting failure ERROR-02-D9 D9h Audio class FS setting failure - - X X - X -
Undefined Error ERROR-FF-FF FFh Undefined error X - - X X X X

X : Cancel the error by operation. - : Error is not cancelled by operation. * : No setting


*1 A content displayed on OSD. As for the items having multiple display patterns, the upper row is for the Japanese version Full GUI, and the lower
row is for the Touch Panel model and Full GUI (English version).
*2 A parameter of UART command, such as “receipt error notice”, that the DVD mechanism transmits.
*7 CPRM(Content Protection for Recordable Media) : A copyright protection technique for digital contents used for re-writable DVD or memory card.
*8 DVD-VR model only.
*10 This occurs when the DRM information update notice is sent from the DVD mecha but no DRM information update response is returned.
*11 Although it is USB source, it notifies as an error of DISC source. F
*12 Although it is USB source, iIt cancels only by Disc eject.
*13 Although it is DISC source, it notifies as an error of USB source.
*14 Although it is DISC source, It cancels only without Device.

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Common
A
Message Cause Action Message Cause Action Message Cause Action (Refer-
ence page)
AMP Error This unit fails to Check the speak- Subscription This unit has de- Press any keys to
operate or the er connection. If Updated tected a change clear the mes- The USB device The connected
speaker connec- the message fails in your sage. is not formatted USB device
tion is incorrect; to disappear even SiriusXM sub- with FAT12, should be format-
the protective after the engine is scription status. FAT16 or FAT32. ted with FAT12,
circuit is acti- switched off/on, FAT16 or FAT32.
Channel Not The channel Check the
vated. contact your deal- Incompatible Unsupported Use the sup-
Available that you have SiriusXM channel
er or an author- SD SD card is in- ported SD card.
requested is not lineup.
ized Pioneer serted.
a valid SiriusXM
Service Station
channel. Non-compatible Remove your de-
for assistance.
Channel Not The channel Check the con- SD storage de- vice and replace it
B
Tuner Subscribed. that you have tent of your vice with a compatible
requested is not SiriusXM sub- SD storage de-
Message Cause Action
included in your scription pack- vice.
No Data Pro- This unit cannot Move to the desir- SiriusXM sub- age. The SD device The connected
vided receive artist able location with scription pack- is not formatted SD device should
name/song title good reception. age. with FAT12, be formatted with
information. FAT16 or FAT32. FAT12, FAT16 or
Channel Locked by the Release the chan-
No Data This unit cannot Move to the desir- Locked radio Parental nel lock. FAT32.
receive program able location with Control feature. Check USB The USB con- Check that the
service name in- good reception. nector or USB USB connector or
formation. External storage device (USB, SD)
cable has short- USB cable is not
Message Cause Action (Refer- circuited. caught in some-
ence page) thing or dam-
C SiriusXM Satellite Radio
aged.
Unplayable This type of file Select a file that
Message Cause Action The connected Disconnect the
File cannot be can be played.
Check An- The antenna Check the anten- USB storage de- USB storage de-
played on this
tenna connection is na connection. If vice consumes vice and do not
unit.
incorrect. the message fails more than maxi- use it. Turn the
There are no Transfer the audio mum allowable ignition switch to
to disappear even
songs. files to the USB current. OFF, then to ACC
after the engine is
storage device or ON and then
switched off/on,
and connect. connect only
contact your deal-
er or an author- Security for the Follow the USB compliant USB
ized Pioneer connected USB memory instruc- storage devices.
Service Station memory is en- tions to disable
Error-02-9X/- Communication Perform one of
for assistance. abled. security. DX failed. the following op-
D
Format Read Sometimes Wait until the erations.
Check Tuner The SiriusXM Check the tuner
there is a delay message disap- –Turn the ignition
Connect Vehicle connection and
between the pears and you switch OFF and
Tuner connec- battery voltage. If
start of playback hear sound. back ON.
tion is incorrect the message fails
and when you –Disconnect the
or the power to disappear even
start to hear any USB storage de-
failed. after the engine is
sound. vice.
switched off/on,
Protect All the files on Replace the USB –Change to a dif-
contact your deal-
the connected storage device. ferent source.
er or an author-
USB storage de- Then, return to
ized Pioneer
vice are em- the USB source.
Service Station
for assistance. bedded with This DivX The inserted ex- Select a file that
DRM. rental has ternal storage can be played.
E
No Signal The SiriusXM  Verify that your
Skipped The connected The protected expired. device contains
Connect Vehicle vehicle is out-
USB storage de- files are skipped. expired DivX
Tuner is having doors with a clear
vice contains VOD content.
difficulty receiv- view of the south-
ing the ern sky. DRM protected Video resolu- The inserted ex- Select a file that
SiriusXM satel-  Verify that the files. tion not sup- ternal storage can be played.
lite signal. SiriusXM mag- Incompatible The connected  Connect a USB ported device contains
netic mount an- USB USB device is Mass Storage a high definition
tenna is mounted not supported Class compliant DivX/MPEG-1/
on a metal sur- by this unit. device. MPEG-2/
face on the out-  Disconnect MPEG-4 file.
side the vehicle. your device and
 Move the replace it with a
SiriusXM antenna compatible USB
F away from any ob- storage device.
structions.

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Message Cause Action (Refer- A


Message Cause Action Message Cause Action
ence page)
Not Found No related Transfer songs to Start up the The Pandora ap- Start up the
It is not pos- This unit’s flash Select a file that
songs. the iPod. Pandora Ap- plication has Pandora applica-
sible to write memory used can be played.
plication not started run- tion from your
it in the as the tempo- iTunes tagging from your ning yet. iPhone.
flash. rary storage
Message Cause Action Device.
area is full.
Unable to Unable to save Try again later.
Your device This unit’s DivX Register this unit iPod full. Memory used Sync the iPod
save thumb thumb rating.
is not au- registration to the DivX VOD Tags not for tag informa- with iTunes and
rating. Try
thorized to code has not contents provider. transferred. tion on the iPod clean up the
again later.
play this been authorized is full. tagged playlist.
DivX pro- by the DivX Unable to Unable to save Try again later.
Memory full. This unit’s flash The tag informa- save Book- Bookmark.
tected video. VOD contents
Tags not memory used tion on this unit is mark. Try B
provider.
stored. Con- as the tempo- transferred to the again later.
Format Read Sometimes Wait until the nect iPod. rary storage iPod automati-
there is a delay message disap- Pandora sys- Pandora system Try again later.
area is full. cally when an
between the pears and you tem mainte- is undergoing
iPod is con-
start of playback hear sound. nance. Try maintenance.
nected.
and when you again later.
Tag transfer This unit’s tag Check the iPod
start to hear any Skip limit Skip limit Do not exceed the
failed. Re- information and try again.
sound. reached. reached. skip limit.
connect your cannot transfer
Video frame DivX file’s frame Select a file that iPod. to the iPod. This version This version of Connect an
rate not sup- rate is more can be played. of the the Pandora ap- iPhone that has a
Tag store Tag information Try again.
ported than 30 fps. Pandora Ap- plication is not compatible ver-
failed. cannot be
Audio For- This type of file Select a file that plication is supported. sion of the
stored in this
mat not sup- is not supported can be played. not sup- Pandora applica-
unit. C
ported on this unit. ported. tion installed.
Error-8D Built-in FLASH Turn the ignition
Creating the The mode was Create the data- Check Device Device error Please check your
ROM encoun- OFF or ON.
Database switched to base again. message dis- iPhone.
tered an error.
has failed. video or JPEG played in the
Already This tag infor- Tag information Pandora appli-
image display
stored. mation is al- can only be saved cation.
while the data-
ready stored in once for any
base was being Pandora is Unable to play Please check your
memory. given song. Tag
created. unable to music from iPhone.
information can-
iPod play music. Pandora.
not be saved for
Please see
the same song
Message Cause Action your Device.
more than once.
Format Read Sometimes Wait until the Create sta- No station Create a station
there is a delay message disap- Bluetooth tion within found. in the Pandora D
between the pears and you the Pandora application on
Message Cause Action
start of playback hear sound. Application your iPhone.
and when you Error-10 The power failed Turn the ignition on Device.
start to hear any for the switch OFF and
No Active No station se- Select a station.
sound. Bluetooth mod- then to ACC or
Station lected.
ule of this unit. ON.
Error-02-6X/- Communication Disconnect the
If the error mes- Communica- If there is no Please reconnect
9X/-DX failed. cable from the
sage is still dis- tion error oc- ACK after 10 at- your iPhone and
iPod. Once the
played after cured. Please tempted retries try again.
iPod’s main
performing the reconnect at 750 ms, the
menu is dis-
above action, your device. accessory
played, reconnect
please contact should assume
the iPod and reset
your dealer or an that communi-
it.
authorized cation is inter- E
iPod failure. Disconnect the Pioneer Service rupted and
cable from the Station. disconnect
iPod. Once the from
iPod’s main PandoraLink.
®
menu is dis- Pandora
Device has No Bluetooth Follow the in-
played, reconnect
Message Cause Action not been device found. structions that ap-
the iPod and reset
registered. pear on the
it. Error-19 Communication Disconnect the Go to screen.
Error-02-67 The iPod firm- Update the iPod failed. cable from the “Bluetooth
ware version is version. iPod. Once the Connection
old. iPod’s main Menu” to
menu is dis- register.
Stop There are no Transfer songs to
played, reconnect
songs. the iPod. F
the iPod and reset
There are no Select a list that it.
songs in the contains songs.
current list.

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A Message Cause Action Message Cause Action

Connection Bluetooth con- Follow the in- Error. Please The surround-  Stop your car in
failed. Press nection or con- structions that ap- check noise. ing noise level a place that is
“Connect” to nection to the pear on the is too high. quiet, and switch
retry. Pandora appli- screen. off the engine, air
cation failed. conditioner and
heater.
Disconnect- Bluetooth con- Follow the in-
 Set the micro-
ed. Press nection or con- structions that ap-
phone correctly.
“Connect” to nection to the pear on the
reconnect Pandora appli- screen. Error. Please Power is not  Connect the
the device. cation lost. check bat- being supplied battery correctly.
tery. from the battery  Check the bat-
to this unit. tery voltage.
B
Understanding auto EQ error
messages
When correct measurement of the car’s interior Understanding messages
acoustic characteristics is not possible using
auto EQ, an error message may appear on the Messages Translation
display. In such cases, refer to the table below to Pioneer recommends
see what the problem is and how it may be cor- the use of a camera
rected. After checking, try again. which outputs mirror-
Screen image may
reversed images. Oth-
Message Cause Action appear reversed.
erwise, the screen
Please con- The microphone Plug the optional image will appear re-
nect the mi- is not con- microphone se- versed.
C crophone for nected. curely into the
measure- jack.
ment. When
finished,
please push
HOME key.
Error. Please The microphone  Confirm that
check xxxx cannot pick up the speakers are
speaker. the measuring connected cor-
tone of a speak- rectly.
er.  Correct the
input level setting
of the power amp
connected to the
D
speakers.
 Plug the micro-
phone securely
into the jack.

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5.5 CONNECTOR FUNCTION DESCRIPTION

AVH-X8500BHS/XNUC A
AVH-X8500BT/XNEW5
WIRED REMOTE
CONTROL
ANTENNA IN USB IF

D
A

B
C

REARVIEW FRONT REAR AUX HDMI INPUT BT MIC


CAMERA IN REAR AUDIO INPUT
SUBWOOFER OUTPUT (AVH-X8500BHS/XNUC
PRE-OUT Only)
D
C
A B SXI-BUS INPUT
8 4 5 1 2
POWER SUPPLY NAVI INTERFACE
2 26
16 14 12 10 8 6 4 2
15 13 11 9 7 5 3 1 1 25
C
9 10 7 6 3
1. CCR 10. CCAUL 19. GNDD (DSEN)
1. FR- 9. P. BRAKE 2. CCG 11. CCAUR 20. TVON 1. SXL
2. RR- 10. MUTE 3. CCB 12. GNDAU 21. GION 2. SXTX
4. CCSYNC 13. ONSEI+ 22. MONON 3. NC E
3. FR+ 11. B.REM
4. RR+ 12. ILM 5. GNDSIG 14. ONSEI- 23. NC (VSW5) 4. SXR
5. FL- 13. BGSENS 6. NC (DVDVBS) 15. NC (REAUR) 24. SYS_TO_NAVI 5. GNDA
6. RL- 14. ACC 7. NC (GNDDVD) 16. NC (REAUL) 25. NAVI_TO_SYS 6. SXRX
7. FL+ 15. GND 8. NC (YS) 17. NC (GNDRAU) 26. GNDD 7. NC
8. RL+ 16. B.UP 9. ASENB 18. NC (CCREM) 8. GNDSX
9. SXPWR
VIDEO INPUT, AUDIO INPUT, 10. PWEN
D
REAR MONITOR VIDEO OUTPUT
1 2 3 4
1. VCR_GND 5. VCR_GND
2. VCR_R 6. VCR_L
3. VOUTG 7. VCR_VGND F
5 6 7 8
4. VOUT 8. VCR_V

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A AVH-X8500BT/XNUW5
AVH-X8550BT/XNRC, /XNRD, /XNRI
AVH-X8590BT/XNID
OPTICAL
ANTENNA IN OUTPUT USB IF

D
A

B
C

REARVIEW FRONT REAR AUX HDMI INPUT BT MIC WIRED REMOTE


CAMERA IN REAR AUDIO INPUT CONTROL
SUBWOOFER OUTPUT
PRE-OUT
D

A B C
POWER SUPPLY NAVI INTERFACE IP-BUS INPUT
2 26 8 9 10 11
16 14 12 10 8 6 4 2 5 6 7
15 13 11 9 7 5 3 1 1 25 1 2 3 4

1. CCR 10. CCAUL 19. GNDD (DSEN)


2. CCG 11. CCAUR 20. TVON 1. BUS+
1. FR- 9. P. BRAKE
3. CCB 12. GNDAU 21. GION 2. BUSG
2. RR- 10. MUTE
E 4. CCSYNC 13. ONSEI+ 22. MONON 3. BUSLG
3. FR+ 11. B.REM
5. GNDSIG 14. ONSEI- 23. NC (VSW5) 4. NC(MAINTEST)
4. RR+ 12. ILM
6. NC (DVDVBS) 15. NC (REAUR) 24. SYS_TO_NAVI 5. BUS-
5. FL- 13. BGSENS
7. NC (GNDDVD) 16. NC (REAUL) 25. NAVI_TO_SYS 6. BUSRG
6. RL- 14. ACC
8. NC (YS) 17. NC (GNDRAU) 26. GNDD 7. BUSL+
7. FL+ 15. GND
9. ASENB 18. NC (CCREM) 8. ASENBO
8. RL+ 16. B.UP
9. BUSR+
10. BUSR-
D VIDEO INPUT, AUDIO INPUT, 11. BUSL-
REAR MONITOR VIDEO OUTPUT
1 2 3 4
1. VCR_GND 5. VCR_GND
2. VCR_R 6. VCR_L
F
5 6 7 8 3. VOUTG 7. VCR_VGND
4. VOUT 8. VCR_V

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6. SERVICE MODE
6.1 MONITOR TEST MODE
MONITOR TEST MODE MENU SCREEN A

Method for Mode IN


While pressing [Reverse] + [Eject] key, restart the system.

Display specification

Operational description Remote controller key


Selection cursor up movement Up
Selection cursor down movement Down
Menu enter Band

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1. Version Information
Method for Mode IN
A

While pressing [Mute] + [Mode] key, restart the system.


Choose “1. Version Information” among the Monitor Test Menu screen.

Display specification

Page: 1

<Navi>
When Navi is connected : Connect
When Navi is not connected : -
<EEPRM>
C
When set value initialization is performed normally : Init OK
When set value initialization is not performed normally : -
<Eject Lock>
When Eject Lock is on : ON
When Eject Lock is canceled : OFF

Operational description Remote controller key


Return to test mode menu RETURN
Page up NEXT
Page down PREV

Page: 2 Page: 3
D

Page: 4 Page: 5

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2. Touch Panel Test


Method for Mode IN A

While pressing [Rev] + [Mode] key, restart the system.


Choose “2. Touch Panel Test” among the Monitor Test Menu screen.

Display specification

Top menu

Condition that the mark meaning adjustment is completed, (*) is lit


(the mark is lit when any of one condition is satisfied)
Outermost circle check -1 C
When “Outermost circle check of line calibration-1” is finished normally
When “Outermost circle check of line calibration-2” is finished normally
-> Since “Outermost circle check of line calibration-2” includes “Outermost circle check of line calibration-1.”
Outermost circle check -2
When “Outermost circle check of line calibration-2” is finished normally
Calibration check
When “Calibration check of line calibration” is finished normally

Condition that the mark meaning adjustment is completed, (*) is extinguished


(the mark is extinguished when any of one condition is satisfied)
Outermost circle check -1
When “conditions that the mark is lit” are not satisfied D
When “Data Initialize is executed”
When “EEPROM initialize is executed”
Outermost circle check -2
When “conditions that the mark is lit” are not satisfied
When “Outermost circle check of line calibration-1” is finished abnormally
-> Since “Outermost circle check of line calibration-2” includes “Outermost circle check of line calibration-1.”
When “Data Initialize is executed”
When “EEPROM initialize is executed”
Calibration check
When “conditions that the mark is lit” are not satisfied
When “Data Initialize is executed”
E
When “EEPROM initialize is executed”
Operational description Remote controller key
Return to test mode menu RETURN
Selection cursor up movement Up
Selection cursor down movement Down
Menu enter Band

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1. Effective Area Calibration - 1

A Outermost circle check screen

First point Second point

Operational description Remote controller key


Check is interrupted Band

Outermost circle check result screen

Finished normally Finished abnormally

Operational description Remote controller key


D Check is finished Band

2. Effective Area Calibration - 2

Outermost circle check screen

First point Second point

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3rd point 4th point

Operational description Remote controller key B


Check is interrupted Band

Outermost circle check result screen

Finished normally Finished abnormally

Operational description Remote controller key


Check is finished Band

3. 16 Point Calibration D

Calibration check screen

Touch the cursor [+] displayed on the screen. By touching it correctly, it disappears and another cursor appears.
By repeating this action 16 times, obtain calibration value of each [+].
When touching the last 17th cursor, calibration values at 16 points and information of normal finish in 17 bytes
are written in EEPROM and the screen returns to TOP menu by pressing a key.

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Operational description Remote controller key


B Return to top menu Band

Calibration check result screen

Operational description Remote controller key


Return to top menu Band

4. Touch Panel Coordinates Test


D

[+] is displayed at a touched place.


(Two [+] are displayed by touching two places.)

Operational description Remote controller key


Return to top menu RETURN

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5. Calibration Test

Calibration confirmation screen A

Touch the cursor [+] displayed on the screen. By touching it correctly, it disappears and another cursor appears.
Otherwise, the cursor is displayed in red.
Repeating this action for 4 points and by pressing the last 4th point, “O.K.” is displayed.

Operational description Remote controller key


Return to top menu RETURN

Calibration confirmation result screen


D

Operational description Remote controller key


Return to top menu RETURN

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6. Data Initialize

B
Condition that the mark meaning adjustment is completed, (*) is lit
(the mark is lit when any of one condition is satisfied)
Outermost circle check
When “Outermost circle check of line calibration-1” is finished normally
When “Outermost circle check of line calibration-2” is finished normally
Calibration check
When “Calibration check of line calibration” is finished normally
Outermost circle check of user calibration
When “Outermost circle check of user calibration” is finished normally
User calibration check
When “Calibration check of user calibration” is finished normally
C
Condition that the mark meaning adjustment is completed, (*) is extinguished
(the mark is extinguished when any of one condition is satisfied)
Outermost circle check
When “conditions that the mark is lit” are not satisfied
When “Data Initialize is executed”
When “EEPROM initialize is executed”
Calibration check
When “conditions that the mark is lit” are not satisfied
When “Data Initialize is executed”
When “EEPROM initialize is executed”
Outermost circle check of user calibration
D When “conditions that the mark is lit” are not satisfied
When “Data initialize is executed”
When “EEPROM initialize is executed”
When Outermost circle check of line calibration or 16-point adjustment is finished
normally after Outermost circle check of user calibration is finished normally
User calibration check
When “conditions that the mark is lit” are not satisfied
When “Data initialize is executed”
When “EEPROM initialize is executed”
When Outermost circle check of line calibration or 16-point adjustment is finished
normally after 16-point adjustment of user calibration is finished normally
E
Operational description Remote controller key
Return to test mode menu RETURN
Selection cursor up movement Up
Selection cursor down movement Down
Menu enter Band

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3. EEPROM Adjustment
Method for Mode IN A

Choose “3. EEPROM Adjustment” among the Monitor Test Menu screen.

Display specification

Top menu

Operational description Remote controller key


Return to test mode menu RETURN
Selection cursor up movement Up
Selection cursor down movement Down
Menu enter Band
C

1. Flicker Adjustment

1 dot stripe image of black and gray (50% white) will appear.
Adjust the number to minimize the flicker.

Operational description Remote controller key


Return to top menu RETURN
-1 REV
+1 FF

Following items in EEPROM Adjustment menu are not used on service.

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4. EEPROM Initialize
Method for Mode IN
A

Choose “4. EEPROM Initialize” among the Monitor Test Menu screen.

Display specification

Confirmation screen

Operational description Remote controller key


Return to test mode menu RETURN
Selection cursor left movement REV
Selection cursor right movement FF
Menu enter Band
C

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5. Display Test
Method for Mode IN A

Choose “5. Display Test” among the Monitor Test Menu screen.

Display specification

Top menu

Operational description Remote controller key


Return to test mode menu RETURN
Selection cursor up movement Up
Selection cursor down movement Down
Menu enter Band
C

1. RGB

RGB is plotted in the following pattern:


R:100% -> R:50% -> G:100% -> G:50% -> B:100% -> B:50% -> Magenta:100% -> Magenta:50% -> Cyan:100% ->
Cyan:50% -> Yellow:100% -> Yellow:50% -> Black -> Gray -> White -> Green & Magenta dot signal
(The display of the screen will be changed in 1 second.)

R: 100%

E
Operational description Remote controller key
Return to test mode menu RETURN
Stop / restart of auto display Band

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2. Monochrome Stripe

Display of monochrome stripe signals.


A

Monochrome stripe (Vertical)

Operational description Remote controller key


Return to test mode menu RETURN
Pattern change Band

3. Color Bar

C Display of color bar signals.

Color bar (Vertical)

Operational description Remote controller key


Return to test mode menu RETURN
Pattern change Band

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4. Ramp & 10step

Display of step signals and signals for alpha blend check. A

Right-white 64step

Alpha blend set value


(in hexadecimal)

Operational description Remote controller key


Return to test mode menu RETURN
Alpha blend Up (+0x10) Up
Alpha blend Down (-0x10) Down
Alpha blend Up (+0x01) FF
Alpha blend Down (-0x01) REV
Pattern change Band

5. Raster Signal

Display of signals for step confirmation.

White 0%

Operational description Remote controller key


Return to test mode menu RETURN
Pattern change Band
E

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6. Contrast

Display of Black / White signals.


A

Black

Operational description Remote controller key


Return to test mode menu RETURN
Pattern change Band

7. Center Marker

C Display of signal for screen central location setting.

Center marker

Operational description Remote controller key


Return to test mode menu RETURN

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6. Rear Video Output Test


Method for Mode IN A

Choose “6. Rear Video Output Test” among the Monitor Test Menu screen.

Display specification

On this Rear Video Output Test mode, test signals appear only on the rear video output terminal.

Top menu

Operational description Remote controller key


Return to test mode menu RETURN
Selection cursor up movement Up
Selection cursor down movement Down C
Menu enter Band

1. RGB

RGB is plotted in the following pattern:


R:100% -> R:50% -> G:100% -> G:50% -> B:100% -> B:50% -> Black -> Gray -> White signal
(The display of the screen will be changed in 1 second.)

R: 100%
D

Operational description Remote controller key


Return to test mode menu RETURN
Stop / restart of auto display Band

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2. Color bar

Display of color bar signals.


A

Color bar (Vertical)

Operational description Remote controller key


Return to test mode menu RETURN

3. Ramp & 10step


C
Display of step signals and signals for alpha blend check.

Right-white 64step

Operational description Remote controller key


Return to test mode menu RETURN
Alpha blend Up (+0x10) Up
Alpha blend Down (-0x10) Down
Alpha blend Up (+0x01) FF
Alpha blend Down (-0x01) REV
E
Pattern change Band

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4. Raster Signal

Display of signals for step confirmation. A

White 0%

Operational description Remote controller key


Return to test mode menu RETURN
Pattern change Band

5. Center Marker
C
Display of signal for screen central location setting.

Center marker

Operational description Remote controller key


Return to test mode menu RETURN

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6. Multiburst

Display of multiburst signal.


A

Multiburst

White Gray Stripe Gray Stripe Gray Stripe Gray Stripe Gray Stripe Gray
94dot 30dot 9dot width 30dot 4dot width 30dot 3dot width 30dot 2dot width 30dot 1dot width 30dot

Operational description Remote controller key


Return to test mode menu RETURN

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6.2 DVD TEST MODE

The service test mode is used to check functions in fault diagnosis by a serviceman in case of any defect found in the A
DVD mecha.
This mode is enabled only when the test mode is activated. At this time, no normal operation is executed.

1. Outline
The service test mode is used to check functions in fault diagnosis by a serviceman in case of any defect found in the
DVD mecha. No general user goes into this mode.
The mode is implemented mainly to check the FE part. It is originally the test mode at the FE part implemented in the
PC communication, which is modified to allow implementation in the HOST communication.
The command for the test mode received in the HOST communication is interpreted by the application part, converted
to the PC communication command and transferred to the OS.
The OS transfers this command to the PC task as if it received the command in the PC communication.
The execution result is noticed to the application part by an e-mail instead of the PC communication. B
The application part then transmits the result in the HOST communication to display OSD.

2. Conditions for operation


(1) This service test mode is enabled only when the test mode is activated. At this time, no normal operation is executed.

3. To enter the test mode.


(1) [MUTE] key + [VOL-] key -> Turn on BUP and ACC.
(2) DVD SOURCE -> ON
(3) Execute the test mode using each key.

Display on function flow Operation Key C

(1) VOL+
(2) MUTE
(3) SRC
(4) REAR SRC
(5) AUDIO
(6) MENU
(7) SUB TITLE
(8) TOP MENU
EJECT EJECT
D

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Image of the test mode.


Legend: … Key operation
A … Operation state

Start of the test mode. … The content displayed on the DVD mechanism (video only)
8 characters data is sent to the product side (HOST) by UART communication.

TEST [Note] Higher level 4 characters only. Lower level 4 characters are spaces.

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


LD power on time Simple FE
FE test selection EDC1 test selection EDC2 test selection mode selection test mode

Hereafter, to FE test Hereafter, to EDC1 Hereafter, to EDC2 Hereafter, to LD power on Hereafter, to simple
mode image. test mode image. test mode image. time mode image. FE test mode.

[Note] In order to move on to another test after selecting a test (FE/EDC1/EDC2), it is necessary to restart the DVD mechanism in the test mode.

Image of the front end test mode. Legend: … Key operation


… Operation state
… The content displayed on the DVD mechanism (video only)
8 characters data is sent to the product side (HOST) by UART communication.
FE test mode

0X00 0000

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


Power on Disc type DVD1 Disc type DVD2
FE offset coefficient Disc type CD Disc type CD-RW EJECT
TE offset coefficient layer layer
0FFF 0000
AS offset coefficient
ENV offset coefficient
TG offset coefficient 0000 0000 0100 0000 0200 0000 0300 0000
DBAL coefficient
C VIN1 offset cancel value
VIN2 offset cancel value
VIN3 offset cancel value
VIN4 offset cancel value
VIN5 offset cancel value
VIN6 offset cancel value
VIN7 offset cancel value
VIN8 offset cancel value
VIN9 offset cancel value

1X00 0000

(1) (2) (3),(4) (5) (6) (7) (8)

F search CRG+/- LD-ON/OFF CRG_HOME CRG_OUTSIDER Power_OFF


F close
S curve
measurement
1FFF 0000 Activates while the key When LO-ON : 1100 0000 1D00 0000 1E00 0000
1A00 0000 When LD-OFF : 1000 0000
is being pressed.
(2) 1B00 0000 : CRG+
1C00 0000 : CRG-
F search STOP
[Note] If no action is taken for approximately 10 seconds after LD-ON, it will become LO-OFF automatically.
D If F close is selected during LD-OFF, it will become an error.
1100 0000 During focus search (S character measurement mode), too, safety regulation applies if LD_OFF is not selected
within 10 seconds. Therefore, even if focus search is selected after LD-ON, it will become LD-OFF after 9 seconds.
In order to F close after focus search (S character measurement mode), set to Power_OFF first then power on again
Focus close state before F close.
FEMAX level
FEMIN level
ASMAX level
ENVMAX level
FE normalization coefficient
Spindle gain coefficient
TEMAX level indication
TEMIN level indication
(2)

2x00 0000

(1) (2) (3),(4) (8)


Tracking balance Focus Jump CRG+/- Power_OFF

When L0 layer : 2000 0000 It operates while the key


2FFF 0000 When L1 layer : 2100 0000 is being pressed.
E 2B00 0000 : CRG+
TBAL coefficient (layer 0) 2C00 0000 : CRG-
TBAL coefficient (layer 1)
TE normalization coefficient (layer 0)
TE normalization coefficient (layer 1)
Off track adjustment result

3000 0000

(1) (3),(4) (5) (8)


Tracking close CRG+/- RF level value Power_OFF

3FFF 0000 It operates while the key 3FFF 0000


is being pressed.
3B00 0000 : CRG+
3C00 0000 : CRG- Tracking close state FBAL coefficient (layer 0)
FBAL coefficient (layer 1)
Focus gain coefficient (layer 0)
Focus gain coefficient (layer 1)
Tracking gain coefficient (layer 0)
Tracking gain coefficient (layer 1)
AS normalization adjustment value (layer 0)
F

A B C

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A B C
A
5000 0000

(1) (2) (7) (8)


RF level value Error rate
indication start measurement T.OPEN Power_OFF

Error rate
RF level is informed Focus gain coefficient (layer 0) To (2)
every 500msec. Focus gain coefficient (layer 1)
Tracking gain coefficient (layer 0)
Tracking gain coefficient (layer 1)
(1) AS normalization adjustment value (layer 0)
RF level value AS normalization adjustment value (layer 1)
indication end

FBAL coefficient (layer 0)


Tracking close state FBAL coefficient (layer 1)
Focus gain coefficient (layer 0)
Focus gain coefficient (layer 1)
Tracking gain coefficient (layer 0)
Tracking gain coefficient (layer 1)
AS normalization adjustment value (layer 0) B
4000 0000

4x00 0000

(1) (2) (5) (6) (3),(4) (7) (8)


Error rate Playback speed T.Jump+/- Power_OFF
measurement switching Focus Jump ID Search T.OPEN

Error rate Jump+ : 4B00 0000


Focus gain coefficient (layer 0) When L0 layer : 4x00 0000 4A00 0000 Jump- : 4C00 0000 To (2)
DVDX1.3 -
Focus gain coefficient (layer 1) When L1 layer : 4x00 0000
Tracking gain coefficient (layer 0) 1.6CAV (3)
(1)-(4)
Tracking gain coefficient (layer 1) CDX4CLV: ID Track number
AS normalization adjustment value (layer 0) 4x00 0000 designation designation
AS normalization adjustment value (layer 1)

ID display Track number


indication The higher 2 digits of the designated ID are the value showing the test state.
(5) (5) The lower 6 digits show the ID.
Search Jump Example) If 300000 is desired to be designated as the ID, designated ID: 4A03 0000.
L0 layer DVD X CAV,CD X 2CLV :4000 0000 start start
L0 layer DVD X 1CLV,CD X 1CLV :4200 0000 C
Error occurrence L1 layer DVD X CAV :4100 0000
L1 layer DVD X 1CLV :4300 0000
V Change The number for designation of the track number shall be selected from the track numbers previously prepared.
V Switch to cyclic by (3). Fix by (4).
L0 layer DVD X 1.3 - 1.6CAV, CD X 4CLV :4000 0000 For CD: Tracks 1, 4, 10, 11 and 32
Error display
L0 layer DVD X 1CLV :4200 0000 For DVD: Tracks 1, 4, 10, 11, 32, 64 and 100
L1 layer DVD X 1.3 - 1.6CAV :4100 0000
(8) L1 layer DVD X 1CLV :4300 0000 Change the method for ID address designation.
Designation of digit by command (1) and (2). UP/DOWN of numbers by command (3) and (4). Fix by command (5).
Power_OFF

Error occurrence at Power_OFF

[Note] If an error occurs at Power_OFF, reset cannot be made. In such a case, it is necessary to turn the power off and start the test mode once again.

Error display

AVH-X8500BHS/XNUC
5 6 7 8
91
1 2 3 4

EDC. Image of the test mode Legend: … Key operation


… Operational state
A … The content displayed on the DVD mechanism (video only)
8 characters data is sent to the product side (HOST) by UART communication.

EDC1/2 test mode [Note] Image is the same for both EDC1 and EDC2.

0000 0000

(1) (2) [Note] Eject can be effected any time during the
EJECT operation
EDC test mode.
Layer 0 selection Layer 1 selection

Eject
0000 0000 0100 0000 Test mode Eject

B 1003 0000 1103 0000


After completion of EJECT operation

(1)-(4)
ID designation

Layer 0:10** ****


Layer 1:11** ****
[Note] ** **** is the ID designation value

(5)
EDC1/2 start

Layer 0:20** ****


Layer 1:21** ****
[Note] ** **** is the present ID designation value
C
**** ****
[Note] **** **** is the present ID designation value
[Note] The display is updated at 0.5 seconds interval until 0/1 layer is selected or Eject is effected.

Image of the LD power on time mode.

Legend: … Key operation


… Operational state
D LD power on time mode
… The content displayed on the DVD mechanism (video only)
8 characters data is sent to the product side (HOST) by UART communication.
0000 0000

(1) (2) (5) (6)


CD LD power on DVD LD power on CD LD power on DVD LD power on
time indication time indication time setting time setting

10** **** 20** ****


[Note] ** **** is the CD LD [Note] ** **** is the DVD LD 30** **** 40** ****
power on time. power on time. [Note] ** **** is the setting time. [Note] ** **** is the setting time.

(1)-(4) (1)-(4)
Setting time (8) Setting time (8)
designation designation
(5)
(5)
E
Setting time Setting time
registration registration

10** **** 20** ****


[Note] ** **** is the CD LD
[Note] ** **** is the DVD LD
power on time.
power on time.

[Method of setting time designation]


Designate the digit by command (1) and (2). UP/DOWN of numbers by command (3) and (4).
Fix by command (5). Cancel by command (8).

[Note] If the power on time is 999999 hours or more, it is always reported as 999999 hours.
[Note] If the power on time is “*E** ****”, the value may not be correct due to the life of the flash memory.

AVH-X8500BHS/XNUC
92
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

Simple test mode

The selection of the figure of each screen can be selected by "Key command for the test".
A

<Flow chart>
TEST MODE

1: LD ON
2: ASMAX
3: Skew Adjustment
4: Error Rate
5: CRG Move Outer
6: Eject

Please Input Number

LD ON LD ON LD ON
1 select B
1: DVD Single Layer LD ON 1: Power OFF
2: DVD Dual Layer select Completion select
5 Return 3: CD
select 4: CD-RW
5: Return

Please Input Number Now Running Please Input Number

2 select ASMAX ASMAX ASMAX

1: DVD Single Layer ASMAX 1: Power OFF


2: DVD Dual Layer select value set select
5 Return 3: CD
select 4: CD-RW
5: Return ASMAX Level : 000000 ASMAX
Level display
Please Input Number Now Running Please Input Number

Skew Adjustment Skew Adjustment Skew Adjustment


3 select
1: DVD Single Layer
select
value set
RF Level
1: Power OFF C
select
5 Return
select RF Level
5: Return RF Level : 000000