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Technical Guide

Digital AV Control Receiver

SA-XR50E/EB/EG
( SA-XR70/XR55 )

PAVC Co, Network Business Group


Matsushita Electric Ind.Co.,Ltd

CONTENTS
1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION

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2. SUMMARY OF SYSTEM CIRCUIT DIAGRAM

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3. SIGNAL INPUT SELECTOR CIRCUIT (AUTOMATIC)

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4. DIR/CODEC CIRCUIT, A/D CIRCUIT

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5. DSP SIGNAL ENCODE CIRCUIT (THEATER CHANNEL SIGNALS)

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6. SYSTEM CONTOROL CIRCUIT (SUB /MAIN MICRO-P)

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7. PWM MODULATOR CIRCUIT

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8. H-BRIDGE AMPLIFIRE CIRCUIT (D/A FILTER)

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9. TROUBLE SHOOTING

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10. NEW HDMI INTERFACE INFORMATION

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11. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

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1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION
1-1. Features
A) High sound quality reproduction for all DVD audios, DVD videos, music CD andcompressed source.
-1. Full-digital amplifire enabling High sound quality.
* Audio signal from digital input through Amplifier output stage is completely digitalized, and is output
to speaker output terminal.
Source of High sound quality can be faithfully reproduced because worked by sampling frequency
up to 192KHz.
* In addition, High sound quality created by DVD-Audio can also faithfully reproduced by design intended
for High sound quality which convert analogue signal to 192KHz and perform signal processing with
32bit by using 32bit DSP.
-2. High speed digital arithmetic processing.
* Wide-band reproduction without frequency dependence in enabled by means of digital arithmetic
processing which processes digital signal by high speed in 98MHz.
* S/N ratio at ordinary sound level is improved by VGDA (variable gain digital amplifier) technology.
By this clear and higher faithfule sound approaching original sound can be reproduced.
-3. High effeciency
* Digital amplifier can suppress extra heat loss (energy efficiency 90% or more), and effeciently convert
input signal to audio energy.
* By this, Amplifier with a little generation of heat/electricity consumption in which the result and the earth
environment are considered has been achieved.
-4. Wide pwer bandwidth with 88kHz reproduction.
* Wide power bandwidth equal to that of hight class analogue amplifier and excellent S/N ratio
in 103dB are realixed.
-5. "Re-Master" equipped can reproduce not only DVD but also the voice of the compression audio of
WMA/MPEG Audio Layer etc.
-6. Low extension facility called "Bass Synthesizer" to be equipped to realizes super-low reproduction.
B) High sound quality decoder "DTS 96/24" is equipped in addition to 6.1ch decoder of Dolby digital EX
and DTS-ES.
-1. "Dolby Digital - SURROUND EX".
* Dolby Digital - EX(Extra Surround) is an acoustic format developed by Dolby Research Institute
and Lucas Film company, and was adopted in movie.
"Star Wars: Episode 1 the Phantom Menace". After that, it was applied to domestic acoustic format
as Dolby Digital - SURRUND EX.
* This format possesses SURROUND BACK (SB)channel in addition to 5.1ch SURROUND SYSTEM.
By this, more rich detailed sound field has been realized with greatest presence and spread.
* The information of back SB added is encoded into 5.1ch SURROUND signal, and is exchangeable
with existing 5.1ch SYSTEM.
* AAC decoder is installed, and multi ch reproduction of multi ch voice and the digital versatile disc audio
delivered in the BS digital broadcasting with which the presence overflows is more possible.
-2. "DTS-ESNEO: 6".
* DTS-ES is new Multi Channel Digital Signal Format developed by DTS(Digital Theater System) company.
"ES" in DTS-ES is abbreviated of "Extended Surround"
This is new format which add extended surround signal to conventional Digital surround format(5.1ch) and
makes 6.1ch, which this 6.1ch enables more sound fidelity and extendibility in comparison to DTS(5.1ch).
* DTS-ES has two types, one is "DTS-ES Discrete 6.1ch" , other is DTS-ES Matrix 6.1ch.
And, both of two are interchangeable with conventional DTS(5.1ch) in playback.
* DTS-ES has a function possible to artificially make 6ch surround of 2ch source both digital and analogue.
This is called "DTS NEO:6 surround mode.

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[ DTS-ES Discrete 6.1ch ]
This is format of which each channel of 6.1ch incl. added SB ch is independently recorded by method
of Digital Discrete.
[ DTS-ES Matrix 6.1ch ]
This format of which SB ch processed by matrix encode in advance is inserted to SL/SR ch, and
output to SL/SR/SB ch at playback after performing Matrix decoder.
[ DTS NEO: 6 CINEMA ]
Making highly of Separate characteristic this mode is decoded, which show good effect similar to that of
6.1ch when playback of 2ch source. Accordingly, this mode is suitable for playback of cinema sound.
[ DTS NEO: 6 MUSIC ]
Front channel (FL/FR) signal is stable in its tone quality because playing it back non-through Decoder.
In addition, it shows natural tone by an influence of surround signal output from Center channel and
Surround channels (SL/SR/SB). Accordingly, this mode is suitable for playback of music sound.
[ DTS-ES Discrete 6.1ch ]

[ DTS-ES Matrix 6.1ch ]

[ DTS NEO: 6 CINEMA / MUSIC ]

-3. Latest high sound quality decoder "DTS 96/24"is usable.


* DTS 96/24 is a multi-channel digital signal format developed by Digital Theater Systems Co.,Ltd.
* Wide frequency bandwidth exceeding 40kHz is realized by expanding sample frequency up
to 96kHz or 88.2kHz.
* Moreover, wide frequency bandwidth and dynamic range equivalent to PCM with 96kHz/24bit are realized.
By this, the multi-channel surround eqivalent to DVD audio is satisfactory.
-4. Various modes equipped to enjoy movie and music.
* SFC function equipped (MUSIC MODE:LIVE, POP/ROCK, VOCAL, JAZZ, DANCE, PARTY,
AV /MOVIE MODE: DRAMA, ACTION SPORTS, MUSICAL, GAME, MONO) can appropriately reproduce
according to various sources and works including Dolby Pro Logic II and DTS NEO:6.
* In addition, function "Central focus" equipped can shift serif and vocal to the vicinity of the center of screen.
* Function "Multi Rear" equipped can emphasize the extension of sounds from rear channel, and
also others function equipped can adjust sound field to modes or user's taste.
-5 Various terminals equipped to enable system expanding.
* Component video input /output (2in /1out), S Video input /output, in addition, AV amplifier of
the DVD 6ch input of the enhancement terminal of the digital voice input (four systems /Optical: 2,
Coaxial: 2), the outputs (one system), reception desk A/V input, and speaker A/B switches, equipment.

1-2. Comparison of Specifications


Specifications

(6.1ch Theater)
135W
1W
AC120V /60Hz

Power consumption
( In standBy condition )
Power supply
Dimensions ( W x H x D )

Weight
DIN Power : 1kHz, T.H.D. 1%
AMPLIFIER Power Output :
SECTION Each channel Driven
1kHz, T.H.D. 0.9%

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SA-XR50P, PC
( '04 Receiver )

SA-XR45/25P, PC
( '03 Receiver )

SA-XR10PP
( '02 Receiver )

(6.1ch Theater)
130W
1W
AC120V /60Hz

(5.1ch Theater)
115W
1W
AC120V /60Hz

430 x 83 x 376mm
430 x 74 x 375mm
(16-15/16" x 3-9/32"
(16-15/16" x 2-29/32"
x 14-13/16")
x 14-3/4")
4.2kg (9.3 lb.)
4.2kg (9.2 lb.) :XR45
4kg (8.8 lb.) :XR25
2 x 100W (6 ohm)
2 x 100W (6 ohm)

Front L/R
Center

2 x 100W (6 ohm)
100W (6 ohm)
Surround L/R 2 x 100W (6 ohm)
Back
100W (6 ohm)
Load impedance
Front L/R 6 - 8 ohm
Center
6 - 8 ohm
Surround L/R 6 - 8 ohm
Back
6 - 8 ohm
Total harmonic distortion : T.H.D.
0.09% (6 ohm)
20Hz - 20kHz
Frequency response : CD /TV /DVD 4Hz - 88kHz, +/- 3dB

430 x 52 x 334mm
(16-15/16" x 2-1/16"
x 13-5/32")
3.5kg (7.7 lb.)
----

2 x 100W (6 ohm)
100W (6 ohm)
2 x 100W (6 ohm)
100W (6 ohm)
6 - 8 ohm
6 - 8 ohm
6 - 8 ohm
6 - 8 ohm
0.3% (6 ohm)

2 x 100W (6 ohm)
100W (6 ohm)
2 x 100W (6 ohm)
---6 - 8 ohm
6 - 8 ohm
6 - 8 ohm
---0.9% (6 ohm)

10Hz - 44kHz, +/- 3dB

10Hz - 44kHz, +/- 3dB

DVD 6ch /DVR /VCR1, VCR2 /TAPE

Input sensitivity : CD /TV /DVD

27mV (200mV, IHF'66) 27mV (200mV, IHF'66) 27mV (200mV, IHF'66)

DVD 6ch /DVR /VCR1, VCR2 /TAPE

Input impedance : CD /TV /DVD

22k ohm

22k ohm

22k ohm

103dB (IHF'66)

98dB (IHF'66)

98dB (IHF'66)

DVD 6ch /DVR /VCR1, VCR2 /TAPE

S/N ratio : TV /DVD /DVR /VCR1


(Digital input)
Tone controls
Bass
Treble
Subwoofer frequency response
(-6dB)
Digital input terminal
Optical
Coaxial
Digital output terminal Optical
Coaxial
FM TUNER Frequency range
SECTION
Sensitivity
Total harmonic
distortion : T.H.D.
S/N ratio

Mono
Stereo
Mono
Stereo

50Hz : +10dB to -10dB 50Hz : +10dB to -10dB 50Hz : +10dB to -10dB


20kHz: +10dB to -10dB 20kHz: +10dB to -10dB 20kHz: +10dB to -10dB
7Hz - 200Hz
7Hz - 200Hz
7Hz - 200Hz
2port
2port
1port
---87.9MHz - 107.9MHz

2port :XR25, 3port :XR452port


1port
1port
1port
---------87.9MHz - 107.9MHz
87.9MHz - 107.9MHz

11.2dBf (2uV, IHF'58)

11.2dBf (2uV, IHF'58)

11.2dBf (2uV, IHF'58)

0.2%
0.3%
73dB
67dB

0.2%
0.3%
73dB
67dB

0.2%
0.3%
73dB
67dB

Frequency response

20Hz - 15kHz : +1dB, -2dB 20Hz - 15kHz : +1dB, -2dB 20Hz - 15kHz : +1dB, -2dB

Image rejection at 98MHz

40dB

40dB

40dB

Stereo separation

1 kHz : 40dB
10kHz : 30db
75ohm (Unbalanced)

1 kHz : 40dB
10kHz : 30db
75ohm (Unbalanced)

1 kHz : 40dB
10kHz : 30db
75ohm (Unbalanced)

Antenna terminal

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Specifications

SA-XR50P, PC
( '04 Receiver )

AM TUNER Frequency range


SECTION
Sensitivity

530kHz - 1710kHz

SA-XR10PP
( '02 Receiver )

530kHz - 1710kHz

530kHz - 1710kHz

55dB (20uV, 330uV/m) 55dB (20uV, 330uV/m) 55dB (20uV, 330uV/m)

IF rejection at 1000kHz
VIDEO
Output voltage at 1V input
SECTION
Maximum input voltage
Input /Output impedance
S - Video terminal

SA-XR45/25P, PC
( '03 Receiver )

Input

50dB

50dB

50dB

1V +/-0.1Vp-p
(Unbalanced)
1.5Vp-p

1V +/-0.1Vp-p
(Unbalanced)
1.5Vp-p

1V +/-0.1Vp-p
(Unbalanced)
1.5Vp-p

75 ohm

75 ohm

75 ohm

TV / DVD /DVR / VCR1 TV /DVD /VCR:XR25

----

TV /DVD /DVR /VCR:XR45

Component video

Output
Input
Output

REMOTE Control keys


CONTROL
UNIT
Dimensions ( W x H x D )

TV Monitor
TV /DVD
TV Monitor
56 keys

TV Monitor
TV /DVD
TV Monitor
56 keys

---------67 keys
56 x 31.5 x 190mm

51 x 30 x 195mm

54 x 27 x 204mm

(2 x 1-3/16" x 7-21/32")

(2-1/8" x 1-1/16" x 8-1/32") (2-7/32" x 1-1/4" x 7-15/32")

Weight

133g (4.7oz.)

141g (4.97 oz.)

146g (5.15oz.)

Power source

(UM-3) x 2

(UM-3) x 2

(UM-3) x 2

2. SUMMARY OF SYSTEM CIRCUIT DIAGRAM


2-1. SYSTEM CIRCUIT DIAGRAM
A) This unit is composed as shown in the following whole system circuit diagram.
HDMI / uP (XR70)

SDIN
DSP_RESET
DSP_FCS
DSP_CS
INTREQ
FINTREQ

A/D
CS5361

Analog
RDS_CK
RDS_ST

MCK_SEL

DSP_OSC

Video-Sel

NJM2296
NJM2586

OSC_PWR

AM Beat
Proof

uP
Rewriter

6
2

uP
Rewriter

5
2

REQS
REQM
M_CK
S2M_DT
M2S_DT

Main uP
M38039MC-xxxFP
( 5V )

H-Bridge

RS

Analog

--> D.Amp
--> D/A

SB

2
2

MUTE_SUB

Flash
Rewriter

D-AMP Gain
( 3V -- 0V )
2

AC_SYNC

POWER
_RELAY

REMOTE

Analog

INIT_IN

--> D.Amp
--> D/A

PWM
--> D.Amp

LS

A/D_ATT
(B_PROOF)

OSD_CK
OSD_DT
OSD_ST

V_A , B, C

SUBW OUT

ROM
Correction

R
E
L
A
Y

DC_DET

LC74781

KEY 1, 2

OSD

ROM
Correction

Sub uP

5V

(XR70 only)

M38039MC-xxxFP
( 5V )

TV OUT

PCM

DEC_GND
DEC_OUT

5V

LS/RS

PCM

--> D.Amp
--> D/A

ERR_RCVRY

AMP_CNT1

SEL/TN/DA_CK
SEL/TN/DA_DT

5V

2003. 6. 18

Remote
Control

Button

SA-XR30/50/70

5V

LED
Driver

FR

FC

SP_A, B
(XR50/70)

TAS5076
PWM
--> D.Amp

PCM

C/SB

THRM_DET

Analog

FL

Analog

H-Bridge

/SHORT_DET

CS5361

--> D.Amp
--> D/A

Modulator

SEL/TN/DA_CK
SEL/TN/DA_DT
DA_ST

MMD
(XR70)

LEVEL Adj
PCM VR/TONE
TRIM Con.

A/D

SMUTE

A/D
ATT

FL_CS

BUFF
/ LPF

(XR70 only)

AK4384
SUBW

CS494xx

AD_M0 / 1
AD_OVF / OVS
AD_RESET

--> D.Amp
--> D/A

R
E
L Analog
A
Y

D/A

DSP

3.3V(5V input OK)

H-Bridge

SDA / SCL

CS5361
PCM
5

Analog

2nd
Audio

--> D.Amp
--> D/A

AK4384
3.3V(5V input OK)

A/D

Input
Selector

SEL_ST
VCR_REC
MT_2ND

DVD, TV,
VCR

D/A

/AMP_RESET

L/R

/MUTE

3.3V

PWM
--> D.Amp

/MT_ALL

LC72723

5V

DVD
LS/RS

DIR_INT0 , 1
DIR_RESET
DIR_CS
CDTO

FL/LED_CK
FL/LED_DT

DVD
C/SUBW

RDS

SCDCLK
SDOUT

3.3V

PCM

Decode
Dolby.D-EX
DTS-ES
AAC, etc

LED1_CLK

Second
Audio Out

TUNER

AK4114

5V

2.5V & 3.3V

PCM

DIR

SEL_ENC
_A, B

TUN_SD
TUN_DI/ST
TUN_CE

5V

CD, TV,
DVD, VCR,
TAPE

2.7~3.6V(5V input OK)

PCM or Bit-Stream (6.1ch)

LED2_CLK
(XR70)

OPT 1/2 ,
COAX 1/2

VGDA
D-AMP Gain max
(40V -- 10.5V)

HP

FL Driver

5V

NJU3426

Selector
Encoder

Master
Volume

Switching
Regulator

FLD

DC-DC
converter
6 to 5, 3.3, 2.5
+/-14.5V, FL AC

B) Explanation of each signal is as follows ;


-1. Input audio signal
OPT 1/2, COAX 1/2 : Digital Front L/R (PCM) or 6.1ch (Bit-Stream)
CD,TV, DVD, VCR, TAPE : Analog Front L/R
DVD C/SUBW : Analog Center, Sub-Woofer
DVD LS/RS : Analog Surround L/R

-3. Output audio signal


SUBW OUT : Analog Sub-Woofer

-3. Input video signal


DVD, TV, VCR(DVR) : Analog video

-4. Output video signal


TV OUT : Analog video

-5. PCM and Bit-Stream signal


PCM (Pulse Code Modulation) : Linear PCM for L/R Stereo 2ch
Bit-Stream : 6.1ch or 5.1ch Encode sganal ( Dolby Degital, DTS)

-6. PWM signal


PWM(Pulse Width Modulation) : Logic modulation of PCM signal for Digital amplifire.

-7. Digital-AMP gain control of H-Bridge power supply circuit


VGDA(Variable Gain Digital Amp) :

Audio output signal is amplified by the voltage gain control of H-Bridge power supply circuit.

Back up
Power

3. SIGNAL INPUT SELECTOR CIRCUIT


3-1. AUDIO INPUT SELECTOR SETTING
A) This unit automatically detects whether input is Digital or Analog.
Also, the user can fix the input mode.
They are controlled by the program in the microprocessor ICs. ( Sub : IC1014 / Main : IC6901)
* As " IN MODE " setting ;
AUTO : Automatically detects the input signal and be played.
ANALOG : Fixes the input signal to analog and be played.
DIGITAL : Fixes the input signal to digital and be played.
PCM FIX : Fixes the input signal to PCM and be played.
* As " AUTO " setting ;
An initial setting is analog input. Main-microprocessor always monitor the digital input signal.
And digital input signal is locked by information from Sub-microprocessor, in case that input signal
is degital signal.
Main-microprocessor switches the selector circuit from analog input source to digital input source.
Also, then from digital input condition, if digital input signal isn't locked by Sub-microprocessor,
Main-microprocessor switches the selector circuit to the analog input source wo seconds later.

[ AUDIO INPUT SELECTOR SETTING ]


IC401
XR30

XR50

XR70

----

DVD

DVD

TV

TV

TV

NJM731
S1
S2

DVR/VCR DVR/VCR1
DVR/VCR1
IN
VCR REC

VCR2

S3

S7

to OP AMP

VCR2

OUT

XR30

CD

CD

CD

TUNER

TUNER

TUNER

DVD

TAPE

TAPE

-------

TAPE
REC

TAPE REC
or
2nd AUDIO

S4
S5
S6
XR30/50

S8
LEVEL SHIFT
SEL_STB
LATCH CIRCUIT

* "SEL_CLK" is clock signal for


the input selector control.
* "SEL_DATA" is data signal for
the input selector control.
* "SEL_STB" is strobe signal for
the input selector control.

Fig. - 1

SEL_CLK
SHIFT REGISTER

SEL_DATA

to 2nd AUDIO SELECTOR


( For XR70 Only )
from 2nd AUDIO SELECTOR
( For XR70 Only )

9
S4
S1 S2 S3
S5
XR30
XR50/70
DVD
O
X
X
O
X
X
TV
X
O
X
O
X
X
X
X
O
X
X
X
DVR/VCR ,DVR/VCR
VCR2
X
X
X
O
X
CD, AUX
X
X
X
O
X
O
TUNER
X
X
X
O
X
X
X
X
X
O
X
X
TAPE ( XR30: DVD )
TAPE MONITOR ON
----------MUTING ON
--------------- : Do not care in switching of MUTING ON/OFF, too.

S6

S7

S8

X
X
X
X
X
O
X
-----

O
O
O
O
O
O
X
X
X

X
X
X
X
X
X
O
O
O

Fig. - 2
* If S7 and S8 concurrently become ON condition, input circuit itself may get to oscillate because it turns to
closed circuit loop. It's the same with relation S3 and S4 in XR30 series.
In order to avoid the above problem, microcomputer controls the timing of switching so that the said SW would
not concurrently become ON condition.
The above switching timing : Refer to " Fig. - 6 the timing chart ".
* XR30 VCR REC switch must be OFF when DVR/VCR selector is selected.
* As for XR50/XR70, these have VCR_REC port for VCR REC MUTE and this port should be set
to "L" when VCR1 is selected.
* A TEPE REC output can be switched to the "SECOND AUDIO OUTPUT" terminal by XR70 setup.
* When a DIGITAL input is chosen ( at DIGITAL LOCK in AUTO INPUT MODE, and the time of
DIGITAL INPUT MODE selection), all the above mentioned analog input selectors are set as OPEN.

3-2. VIDEO INPUT / OUTPUT SELECTOR SETTING


[ SETTING OF VIDEO SELECTOR ]
IC301, IC361, IC362
No used
DVR/VCR1
DVR/VCR

Vin1
Vin2

NJM259
SW2

SW1
a

TV

Vin3

DVD

Vin4

VCR2

Vin5

b
b

a
b

MUTE 1

SW4
b

Q2

No

Q3

VCR1 REC
VCR REC

b
a
MUTE 3

SW3
a

MONITOR

(SW5)

a
MUTE 2

Fig. - 3

Q1

10
Contorol
Fixing V_A
SW1

V_B

SW2 SW3

MUTE2 MUTE3

V_C

*1

SW4

SW5

---

---

MUTE1

Selected Output
MON.
NO
VCR1
OUT
USED
REC
Q1
Q2
Q3

POWER OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

VCR 1 *2

VCR1

VCR1

OFF

TV

TV

TV

TV

DVD
VCR2

DVD

DVD

DVD

VCR2

VCR2

VCR2

( Only for XR50/XR70 )

Fig. - 4
1) Switch setting ; a : 'L' = ON , 'H' = OFF
b : 'H' = ON , 'L' = OFF
2) Selector switching is controlled by signal of microprocessor : "V_A / V_B / V_C"
3) *1 : It is controlled according to "OR" condition of signal "V_A / V_B / V_C".
*2 : DVR / VCR1 or DVR / VCR
4) The "MUTE 1" is controlled by the signal which was made by adding control "V_A" and "V_B".
5) The timing of POWER OFF is changed at the same time as the FL display OFF.
6) In the position except the above video selectors such as TUNER, it is set to "VCR1 (VCR)".

3-3. SECOND AUDIO OUTPUT


A) It is effective only for XR70. This is the function which outputs sauce different from what is reproduced by
the main part to a SECOND AUDIO OUTPUT terminal.
(In XR30/50 setup, control of the following selector is unnecessary.)
Voice selector switch is set up according to a "SECOND AUDIO OUTPUT" setup in SETTING MODE.
The control signal for voice selector IC (NJM7313) control is shared, and the SECOND AUDIO selector IC
(NJM7312) is switched. However, when having set up a SECOND AUDIO OUTPUT setup in addition to
"SOURCE", TUNER cannot be outputted to SECOND AUDIO.
IC401
NJU731

DVD

S1

TV

S2

DVR/VCR1

S3

VCR2

S4

CD

S5

TUNER

S6

from INPUT SELECTOR


for TAPE REC OUT

S7

TAPE

S8

Fig. - 5

TAPE REC
or
2nd AUDIO

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3-4. TIMING CHART


A) Mute timing for switching
* In selector switching, a switching mute signal is output by AF_MUTE port and the SUBW_MUTE port.
But, if any port is in the condition of the 'H' output fixation, do not make change just as it is.
The preliminary output is 40 ms to the selector switching and the lasting output is 100 ms.
But, when changed to TUNER from the selector except TUNER, to renew PLL, AF muting must be
applied to the output of the tuner, too, at the same time.
* The timing that there is not
In the following timing, TUNER selector is set to OPEN.
a part of TUNER OPEN in
usual selector switching.
MT_ALL

* When switching a selector


to TUNER, later by 40 ms
that AF_MUTE was output,
RF_MUTE is made ON.
And RF_MUTE is made OFF
before by 100 ms that AF_
MUTE is turned off.

Selector OPEN
( RF_MUTE )

RF_MUTE

Data for
Selector
40ms

100ms

Fig. - 6

* Because the ( L+R ) signal


which was delayed for 100
ms when the SFC function
was ON is MIXed by FRONT,
the remainder of AF MUTE
is 100 ms.

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4. DIR /CODEC CIRCUIT, A/D CIRCUIT


4-1. DIR /CODEC CIRCUIT (DIR IC: IC1007 / AK4114)
A) DIR IC is called "DIGITAL AUDIO INTERFACE RECEIVER". That is controlled by control signal of sub
-microprocessor ,and its function is as follows.
It generates Bit CLOCK(BICK) and L/R Channel CLOCK(LRCK) based on Master CLOCK signal(XT1)
at the same timing of inputing digital signal.
Then, digital input signal is converted to L/R audio serial data(SDTO), and is output to DSP IC.
Master CLOCK signal,Bit CLOCK signal and L/R Channel signal are digital signal called Timing signal
necessary to process L/R audio serial data,and these signals function as the following.
* Master CLOCK signal : function as basic clock in processing digital signal.
* Bit CLOCK signal: function as timing clock to process Audio serial data.
* L/R Channel CLOCK: as timing signal to output each signal,dividing L/R signal.
B) This DIR IC is composed as shown in the following circuit diagram.
Ext Clock (From crystal)
XT1

AVSS AVDD R
RX0
RX1
EX2
EX3
RX4
RX5
RX6
RX7

8 to 3
Input
Selector

No used
XT0

IC1007

X'tal
Oscillator

Clock
Recovery

Clock
Generator

MCKO1
MCKO2

DEM
DAIF
Decoder

Audio
I/F

LRCK
BICK
SDTO
DAUX

TX0

PDN

TX1
DIT
AC3/MPEG
Detect

VIN

B,C,U,V OUT

Error &
STATUS
Detect

INT0 INT1

Q - Subcode
Buffer

uP I/F

CSN(OCKS0)
CCLK(OCKS1)
CDTO(CM0)
CDTI(CM1)

P/SN="L" IIC

Fig. - 7
* The above circuit diagram shows circuit condition at "Serial control mode"in DIR IC.
* Mode of DIR IC is set to "Serial control mode" when input terminal "P/SN" is "L".
And, mode becomes "Parallel control mode" when "P/SN" is "H".
* "Serial control mode" has two control methods,one is "4-wire serial mode" and the other is "IIC"mode.
Control method becomes ""4-wire serial mode" when input terminal "IIC" is "L".
* "4-wire serial mode"composed of "CSN","CCLK","CDTI"and "CDTO" is controlling DIR IC,
when "4-wire serial mode", "Serial control mode".
Timing chart of each CLOCK and Audio serial interface and control signal of DIR IC are shown to next.

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C) Timing chart of Clock signal

1/f ECLK
VIH
VIL
dECLK = tECLKH x fECLK x 100
= tECLKL x fECLK x 100

XTI
tECLKH

tECLKL
1/f MCK1

MCKO1

50%DVDD
tMCKH1

dMCK1 = tMCKH1 x fMCK1 x 100


= tMCKL1 x fMCK1 x 100

tMCKL1
1/f MCK2

50%DVDD

MCKO2
tMCKH2

dMCK2 = tMCKH2 x fMCK2 x 100


= tMCKL2 x fMCK2 x 100

tMCKL2
1/fs

VIH
VIL

LRCK
tLRH

dLCK = tLRH x fs x 100


= tLRL x fs x 100

tLRL

Fig. - 8

D) Timing chart of Serial Interface signal (For Audio siganal)


VIH
VIL

LRCK

tBLR

tBCK
tBCKL tBCKH

tLRB

VIH
VIL

BICK
tLRM

tBSD

50%DVDD

SDTO
tDXS

tDXH
VIH
VIL

DAUX

Fig. - 9

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tCCKL

tCCKH
VIH
VIL

CSN
tCCS

tCCK
VIH
VIL

CCLK

tCDH

tCDS
C1

CDTI

C0

R/W

VIH
VIL

A4

Hi-Z

CDTO

Fig. - 10

F) DIGITAL INPUT AND OUTPUT CONTROL


* AK4114 has function of 8 routes for digital input (RX0-RX7) and 2 routes for digital output(TXO/I).
Its function is to switch input to sellected input SELCTOR by three control signals IPS0, IPS1 and IPS2,
and also to concurrently switch digital output to the same selected SELCTOR by two control signals,
OPS00-02, OPS11-12.
* ISP2-0 signals are included in the command data(C1-0) of CDTI.
* ISP2-0 is used to select the receiver channel, and OPS2-0 is used to select the source for output
channel(TX0/1).
Output channel must be set the same of input channel.
The following table shows its assignment ;
IPS2

IPS1

0
0
0
0
1

0
0
1
1
0
101 - 111

OPS02
0

IPS0

Input Data

RX0
RX1
RX2
RX3
RX4
RX5 - RX7
Recovery Data Selecting
Fig. - 11
0
1
0
1
0

OPS01

OPS00

XR30/50/70
COAX1 : DVD
OPT2 : DVR
OPT1 : TV
COAX2 : CD
HDMI
No Used

Output Data

RX0
0
0
100 - 111
RX1 - RX7
Through Output Data selecting (TX0)
Fig. - 12

<--- No used

<--- Fixed
<--- No used

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DIT

OPS12

0
0
0
0
0
0
1

0
0
0
0
1

OPS11

OPS10

Output Data

RX0
0
0
RX1
0
1
RX2
1
0
RX3
1
1
RX4
0
0
101 - 111
RX5 - RX7
DAUX
x
x
x
Through Output Data selecting (TX1)
Fig. - 13

<--- COAX1
<--- OPT2
<--- OPT1
<--- COAX2
<--- HDMI
<--- No used
<--- No used

* In case of HDMI input, TX1 output data is output only on condition that fs is 48KHz or less.
G) MASTER CLOCK OUTPUT CONTROL
* The master clock is output from the terminal MCKO1.
* The output of master clock is selected by the sampling frequency of input signals.
No

OCKS1

OCKS0

MCKO1

MCKO2

X'tal

0
1
2
3

0
0
1
1

0
1
0
1

256fs
256fs
512fs
128fs

256fs
128fs
256fs
64fs

256fs
256fs
512fs
128fs

<The sampling frequency of input signals>


(fs = 32kHz,44.1kHz,48kHz) Default
No used
No used
(fs = 88.2kHz,96kHz,176kHz,192kHz)

Fig. - 14
* Selection for clock output ; OCKS1 : '0' = Serial mode , '1' = Parallel mode
OCKS0 : '1' = Serial mode , '0' = Parallel mode

H) MASTER CLOCK OPERATION MODE


* The operation mode of master clock is selected by the input mode.
Mode

CM1

CM0

UNLOCK

PLL

X'tal

0
1

0
1

0
1

----0
1
---

ON
OFF
ON
ON
ON

ON
ON
ON
ON
ON

Clock
source
PLL
X'tal
PLL
X'tal
X'tal

SDTO
RX
DAUX
RX
DAUX
DAUX

<The input mode>


(Digatal) Default
(Analog)
(AUTO)
No uesed

Fig. - 15
* Selection for operation mode of master clock ; CM1 : '0' = Serial mode , '1' = Parallel mode
CM0 : '1' = Serial mode , '0' = Parallel mode

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I) SAMPLING FREQUENCY AND PRE-ENPHASIS DETECTION
* The sampling frequency is detected in the comparison with the X'tal frequency.
* Then it is output to "FS3-0" bit of the control register.
XTL1

XTL0

Reference X'tal Frequency

0
0
1
1

0
1
0
1

11.2896MHz
12.288MHz
24.576MHz
( Channel status using )

FS3

FS2

FS1

FS0

fs

0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1

0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1

0
0
1
1
0
1
0
1

0
1
0
1
0
0
0
0

44.1kHz
Reserved
48kHz
32kHz
88.2kHz
96kHz
176.4kHz
192kHz

Default
Fixed
No Used

Fig. - 16

4-2. A/D CIRCUIT ( A/D IC: IC1009, IC1013 / CS5361 )


A) A/D IC is called "MULTI-BIT AUDIO ANALOG / DIGITAL CONVERTOR (A/D)" controlled by control signal of
sub-microprocessor ,and its function is as follows.
Convert input analogue signal from each SELECTOR terminal to digital signal.
Generate Serial CLOCK(SCLK) and L/R Channel CLOCK(LRCK) based on Master Clock (MCLK)
supplied from DIR IC.
Further convert digitalized signal to SURROUND L/R Audio serial data (SDOUT) and output it to DSP IC,
synchronizing with the two CLOCKs said Serial CLOCK(SCLK) and L/R Channel CLOCK(LRCK).
B) This A/D IC(CS5361) is composed as shown in the following circuit diagram.
IC1009, IC1013
VCOM

REF_GND

Voltage Reference

FILT+

/OVFL

VL

SCLK

LRCK

SDOUT MCLK

/RST

Serial Output interface

DIF
AINLAINL+

LP Filter
S/H

AINRAINR+

High
Pass
Filter

Digital
Decimation
Filter

High
Pass
Filter

DAC

LP Filter
S/H

Digital
Decimation
Filter

DAC

Fig. - 17

M/S
/HPF
MDIV

MODE0(M0)
MODE1(M1)

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C) A/D_RESET --- /RST terminal : Reset (Input)
* When power is turned on, this terminal is settled to 'L' to reset A/D.
D) AD_M0, AD_M1 CONTROL --- M0, M1 terminal : Mode Selection (Input)
* This terminal is A/D sampling frequency selection.
DIV=0 --- Fixed
SAMPLE RATE
DIV = 1
DIV = 0
(kHz)
MCLK
MCLK (MHz)
8.192
32
16.384
44.1
11.2896
22.5792
48
12.288
24.576
16.384
64
8.192
22.5792
88.2
11.2896
24.576
96
12.288
11.2896
22.5792
176.4
192
12.288
24.576
Commom Master Clock Frequency

Fig. - 18

M1

M0

Mode

Output Sample Rate (fs)

0
0
1
1

0
1
0
1

Single Speed Mode


Double Speed Mode
Quad Speed Mode
Reserved

2kHz - 5kHz
50kHz - 100kHz
100kHz - 192kHz

Fig. - 19
E) A/D_OVF, A/D_OVS INPUT --- /OVFL terminal : Overflow Mode (Input)
A/D_OVF : Front L/R channel A/D overflow signal input.
A/D_OVS : C/LS/RS/SUBWOOFER channel A/D overflow signal input.
* This terminal is signal input.
This input terminal is 'H' normally.
When A/D input signal is excessive high, this terminal is output "Low".
While 'L' is detected, "OVFW" bit of connection data to the Main-microprocessor is set.
When DVD 6ch is selected, both "A/D_OVF"input and "A/D_OVS"input is checked.
However, in "DVDV 2ch", "A/D_OVS"input is ignored.

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4-3. A/D CIRCUIT (A/D IC: IC1015 / PCM1804)


A) This A/D IC's function is as follows.
Convert input analogue signal from each SELECTOR terminal to digital signal.
Generate Serial CLOCK(BCLK) and L/R Channel CLOCK(LRCK) based on Master Clock (SCKI)
supplied from DIR IC.
Further convert digitalized signal to Front L/R Audio serial data (SDATA) and output it to DSP IC,
synchronizing with the two CLOCKs said Serial CLOCK(BCLK) and L/R Channel CLOCK(LRCK).
B) This A/D IC(PCM1804) is composed as shown in the following circuit diagram.
IC1015

Fig. - 20

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5. DSP SIGNAL ENCODE CIRCUIT (THEATER CHANNEL SIGNALS)


5-1. DSP CIRCUIT (DSP IC: IC1006 / CS494003)
A) DSP IC is called "MULTI-STANDARD AUDIO DECODER". That is controlled by control signal from sub
-microprocessor ,and its function is as follows.
This DSP IC has operation processing function which is to separatly output each decoded signal
to each ch, decoding the following signal inputted as L/R audio serial data(SDTO/SDATA).
(5.1ch --> 6.1ch : Front L/R, Center, Surround L/R/Back, SUB-Woofer)
<Input signal to DSP IC>
* 5.1ch PCM signal of L/R audio signal converted to PCM signal through DIR or A/D IC and
SURROUND L/R andCenter/Sub-woofer.
* Bit Stream signal containing 6.1ch (Dolby Degital-EX, DTS-ES etc)
At the same time, DSP IC is controlling audio such as sound, tone and Trim(6.1ch) level, and
output those signales to PWM circuit (Pulse Width Modulation).
Bit CLOCK(BICK/BCLK) from DIR IC,A/D IC and clock signal of Shift CLOCK(SCLK) and L/R Channel
are controlled by Sub-microprocessor as timing signal.
B) This DSP IC(CS494003) is composed as shown in the following circuit diagram.
IC1006

Fig. - 20

C/SB ch
SW ch

(CS494003)
LS/RS ch
L/R ch

(To Sub Micro-p)

Fig. - 21

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C) DSP CODE for each SOUND MODE is as following.

Fig. - 22
D) DSP CLOCK setting is as following.

Fig. - 23
* Bass Manager /Tone is set as x1 fs at RE-MASTER.
* Bass Manager /Tone is set as x2 fs at DTS 96 / 24.

E) PLAYBACK MODE and INPUT SOURCE is as following.


A DTS LOGO MARK,

2 Dolby MARK

*3)

Fig. - 24
* SFC is effective only to 2CH source. PL2, NEO:6 and SFC can be chosen exclusively.

21

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(1) Internal procedure of *1) part is DTS-ES matrix
(2) PL2 also can be selected like as ANALOG/PCM.
(3) Shaded area is an automatic selection.
(4) '' mark and shaded area are the default mode.
(5) PL2 or NEO:6 can be selected. Default mode is PL2.
(6) In decoding of DOLBY DIGITAL/AAC 2/0 Lt/Rt source, ANALOG/PCM and 2/0 encoded source, the selection of PL2
or NEO:6 is common. However, if STEREO or SFC is selected in ANALOG/PCM or 2/0 encoded source decoding,
2/0 source of DOLBY DIGITAL/AAC is replayed with PL2.
(7) PCM96/192 source can be replayed only STEREO mode.
(8) PCM 96/192, DTS 96/24 source can not be replayed when TONE is ON or RE-MASTER is ON.
(9) As for except 3/2 source, ENHANCED SURROUND can not be enabled.
(10) *2) part can not be replayed. Therefore, it is replayed as normal DTS and shows "DTS", not "DTS 96/24".
(11) In DVD 6CH INPUT mode, SOUND MODE switching is disabled and the mode is fixed as own mode, DVD 6CH.
(12) In *3) part, MAIN/SUB/DAUL mode can be selected. "STEREO" indicator does not light.

F) GAIN COMPENSATION is as following.


Gain adjustment is done by matrix procedure in DSP in order to prevent clipping of each signals.
It is compensated by Sub microprocessor control as follows.

Fig. - 25
*1) OFFSET only +3 dB in Trim Volume.
*2) Lower 3dB of levels of L/C/R/LFE by turning ON AUTOMATIC_L/C/R/LFE_ATTENUATION,
and OFFSET all channels only +3dB in Trim Volume.
*3) Above * 2) is carried out. However, Trim Volume of all channels is Offseted only +6 dB.
-->(That is above mentioned *1 ) and * 2) is performed.)

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*4) Lower 3dB of SUM_INPUT_X_LEVEL of Bass Manager of channels other than a SL/SR/SB channel.
--> (+3dB of levels of a SL/SR/SB channel is raised relatively.)
SILEV_L/SILEV_R/SILEV_C = 0x16C311 (-15dB) 0x101D3F (-18dB)
SILEV_LFE = 0x47FACD (-5dB) 0x32F52C (-8dB)
3dB (X=L, C, R, LFE) of BASS_MGR_INPUT_X_LEVEL of Bass Manager is lowered (0x7FFFF->0x5A9DF6).
The setting value of Trim Volume of all channels is OFFSETed only +3dB.

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6. SYSTEM CONTROL CIRCUIT (SUB /MAIN MICRO-P)


6-1. SUB MICRO-P CIRCUIT (SUB MICRO-P IC: IC1014 / M38039MFxxx)
A) SUB MICRO-P IC is called "Sub-microprocessor", and mainly perform signal control of DIR IC,
A/D IC and DSP IC etc, establishing mutual communication with MAIN MICRO-P.
At the same time, perform MUTE control of PWM output signal, gain control of DIGITAL AMP
and controlling sound level by encoding process. (Volume)
And also it has function to re-write Sub microprocessor program, communicating with ROM Correction
when it's necessary to updata program by any reason.
B) This SUB MICRO-P IC(M38039MFxxx) is composed as shown in the following circuit diagram.

IC6901

IC1014

Fig. - 25

IC1014
(sub)

Fig. - 26

25
(To DSP IC)

Fig. - 27
C) TERMINAL FUNCTION of SUB MICRO-P is as following.

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Fig. - 28

27
D) MASTER VOLUME CONTROL is as following.
MASTER VOLUME CONTROL controls sound volume by controlling MASTER VOLUME inside DSP and
Voltage variable switching power supply, and This MASTER VOLUME CONTROL is controlled by operation
of Encoder( Vol_ENCD_A/B input) for MASTER VOLUME.
Data is updated,and at the same time data for sound volume indication is transmitted to main microprocessor, when either MASTER ENCODER is operated, or recetion data (REMOTE VOL UP/GOWN flag)
is received from main micro-processor.
It's controlled with the output state of TEST operation continued under TEST NOISE operation.
At that time MUTE doesn't function even if MASTER VOLUME is minimum.
In case that recepttion data of [VOLUM UP/DOWN] code of remotecontrol continue over 0.5 sec,
switching time in a step is being set to the time specified by [chang of time] of setting value of Volume data,
and it gets Volume level continuously moving up and dow.

To Sub Micro-P

Fig. - 29
E) VOLUME ATTENATION CONTROL is as following.

Attenuation

Volume Curve
0
-10
-20
-30
-40
-50
-60
-70
-80
-90
0

45

90

135

180
225
270
Turn Angle

315

Fig. - 30

28

Fig. - 32
( Note )
VOLUME ATTENUATION CONTROL controls sound volume by UP and
DOWN, and which is being set to initial level when UP and down of
VOLUME is alternately operated.
*1) Attenuation amount of VOLUME is normally specified at the interval
of 2 or 3 dB step.
However, it's set to control attenuation amount by 1 dB step
when each interval of reception data is over 40msec.

Fig. - 31
F) SPECIFICATION of VOLUME CONTROL is as following.
Volume is controlled by DSP volume in the master volume range from the maximum to -20dB.
It is controlled by power supply voltage of digital amplifier to -40dB.
Furthermore, when master volume is lowered, DSP volume is controlled again.
Power supply voltage of Digutal amplifire
* XR50/70/30 -20dB to -40dB
* XR55 series -28dB to -40dB
* XR57 series -32dB to -44dB

XR50/70/30

Fig. - 33
-40dB

-20dB

-40

-20

-41

-20

-42

-20
-59

-20
-20

Fig. - 34

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G) MUTE CONTROL of SUB/ MAIN MICRO-P is composed as shown in the following circuit diagram.

TAS5076
/SREST

Fig. - 35
* Sub Micro-P is controlling MUTE mainly for the change in audio signal, etc.
* Main Micro-P is controlling MUTE mainly for the switching noise of person's operation,
and abnormality power supply, etc.

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6-2. MAIN MICRO-P CIRCUIT (MAIN MICRO-P IC: IC6901 / M38039MFxxx)


A) MAIN MICRO-P IC is called "Main-microprocessor" and mainly perform switching control of
I/O SELECTOR IC, signal control of Panel operation, Remote control and FL DRIVER IC etc,
establishing mutual communication with SUB MICRO-P.
At the same time, perform MUTE control of switching noise, signal control of PWM
MODULATOR IC (DIGITAL AMP) and controlling sound mode by encoding process.
And also it has function to re-write Main microprocessor program, communicating with ROM Correction
when it's necessary to updata program by any reason.
B) This Main MICRO-P IC(M38039MFxxx) is composed as shown in the following circuit diagram.
IC6901
(sub)

Fig. - 36

(/MT_SUB) for Sub Woofer


MUTE CONTROL

(/MT_ALL) for L/R/C/LS/RS/SB

(/SHORT_DET) for Output Short Detection (OVERLOAD)


(THERMAL) for Thermal Warning Detection (CLIPPER)
(/AMP_RESET) for TAS5076 Hardware Reset

(/MT_HP) to Head Phones

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FL DRIVE CONTROL

Fig. - 37

C) TERMINAL FUNCTION of MAIN MICRO-P is as following.

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Fig. - 38
* H/L : High or Low (The fixation output)
* I/O : input and output
* Nch : N-ch open drain
* PU-R : Pull-up Resister
* L/S : Level Shifter

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D) ROTARY ENCODER INPUT CONTROL is as following.
ROTARY ENCODER generate 24 pulses and make matrix consisting of four combinations
as shown in Fig.-39.
And using this matrix, Up/Down of ROTORY ENCODER is discriminated.
Sampling period at each port(RA and RB) is less than 750sec.

RA

Fig. - 39
The condition transfer : 0 13201320
The way of detecting: The combination of the change is 013, 132, 320, 201.
DOWN The condition transfer : 023102310
The way of detecting: The combination of the change is 310, 102, 023, 231.

UP

< NOTE >


There is chattering in RA, RB. And actually, the input is sometimes discrete as follows, too.
But does each operation even if it detects the combination of UP/DOWN.
Status

01132013332320100
UP

UP

* RA, RB level is memorized as two pieces of passing data.


And data is checked by Micro- P as the combination of three data which contains the latest data.
When three data are agreed, it is judged as the UP/DOWN pulse.

To Main Micro-P

Fig. - 40

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E) Function setting of initial condition is as following.

* The cold start : The status at the shipping.


* The hot start : Power ON in return from BACK
UP or power ON with the "POWER" button.

Fig. - 41

F) Intercommunication function of Main micro-P and Sub micro-P is as following.


Main micro-P use the "/Sbusy1" output of "SIO1" function and Sub micro-P communicates using
the "/Sbusy1" input and the "/Sready1" output.
Main : It is used as the function of the "/Sbusy1" output. (SCLK is input.)
Sub : It is used as the function of the "/Sbusy1" input and "/Sready1" output. (SCLK is output.)
REQM : The communication request is output from Main micro-P. (The "/Sbusy1" output function set by SIO1.)
REQS : The communication request is output from Sub micro-P.
SIO1M/ SIO2M : SIO1/ SIO2 register of Main micro-P/ Sub micro-P.
SOUT/ SIN : A duplex transmission.

Fig. - 42

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7. PWM MODULATOR CIRCUIT


7-1. PWM MODULATOR CIRCUIT (6CH AUDIO PWM PROCESSOR IC: IC6801 / TAS5076PFC)
A) It's called "DIGITAL AUDIO PWM PROCESSOR IC", and 6ch audio signal except for 6.1ch audio signal
from Audio PCM is inputte,. and the PCM signal is converted in IC and is outputted to H-Bridge
Digital AMP circuit of next stage.
Also, this IC has function of six independent volume controls and mute.
B) This AUDIO PWM PROCESSOR IC(TAS5076PFC) is composed as shown in the following circuit diagram.
IC6801

Signal Control
Clocks

HIP2100
H-Bridge

L/R ch
HIP2100
H-Bridge

L/R ch
LS/RS ch
C/SB ch

LS/RS ch

C/SB ch

Fig. - 43

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C) TERMINAL FUNCTION of AUDIO PWM PROCESSOR IC is as following.

Fig. - 44

37
Each PCM signal(16,20 ands 24bit) from Audio PWM IC go through Supplementary filter.
And its sampling frequency changes to 352.8KHZ or 384KHZ, increasing between 4 times and 8 times
from original sample. frequency.
Then, PCM signal is converted to PWM signal with its sampling frequency remaining.
AS to PCM signal, signal level of each sample is given to integer value.
On the other hand, maximum amplitude of sample signal of PWM is specified based on pulse width.
( 0, 1 signal --> Duty ratio signal )
fs=384kHz

PWM( Out put signal) fs=384kHz

< 16 bit > < 16 bit >

PCM

Fig. - 45
E) Clock and Serial Data Interface is as following.
TAS5076PFC is composed of six functional elements:
* Clock, PLL, and serial data interface (I2S)
* Reset /power-down circuitry
* Serial control interface (I2C)
* Signal processing unit
* Pulse-width modulator (PWM)
* Power supply
This IC's clock and serial data interface contain an input serial data slave and the clock master
/slave interface.
The serial data slave interface receives information from a digital source such as a DSP, S/PDIF receiver,
analog-to-digital converter (ADC), digital audio processor (DAP), or other serial bus master.
The serial data interface has three serial data inputs that can accept up to six channels of data
at data sample rates of 32 kHz, 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz, 88.2 kHz, 96 kHz, 176.4 kHz, or 192 kHz.
The serial data interfaces support left justified and right justified for 16, 20, and 24 bits.
In addition, the serial data interface supports the DSP protocol for 16 bits and the I 2 S protocol for 24 bits.
This IC can function as a receiver or a generator for the MCLK_IN (master clock), SCLK (shift clock),
and LRCLK (left/right clock) signals that control the flow of data on the three serial data interfaces.
This IC is a clock master when it generates these clocks and is a clock slave when it receives these clocks.
This IC is a synchronous design that relies upon the master clock to provide a reference clock for
all of the device operations and communication via the I2C.
When operating as a slave, this reference clock is MCLK_IN. When operating as a master, the reference
clock is either a TTL clock input to XTAL_IN or a crystal attached across XTAL_IN and XTAL_OUT.
The clock and serial data interface has two control parameters: data sample rate and clock master or slave.
F) Normal-Speed, Double-Speed, and Quad-Speed Selection is as following.
The data sample rate is selected through a terminal (DBSPD) or the serial control register 0 (0x02).
The data sample rate control sets the frequencies of the SCLK and LRCLK in clock slave mode and
the output frequencies of SCLK and LRCLK in clock master mode.
There are three data rates: normal speed, double speed, and quad speed.
Normal-speed mode supports data rates of 32 kHz, 44.1 kHz, and 48 kHz. Normal speed is supported in the
master and slave modes. Double-speed mode is used to support sampling rates of 88.2 kHz and 96 kHz.
Double speed is supported in master and slave modes.

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Quad-speed mode is used to support sampling rates of 176.4 kHz and 192 kHz.
The PWM is placed in normal speed by setting the DBSPD terminal low or by setting the normal mode bits
in the system control register 0 (0x02) through the serial control interface.
The PWM is placed in double speed mode by setting the DBSPD terminal high or by setting the double
speed bits in the system control register.
Quad-speed mode is supported; in slave mode it is auto-detected, and in master mode it is invoked using
the I2C serial control interface. In slave mode, if this IC is not in double speed mode, quad-speed mode
is automatically detected when MCLK_IN is 128 Fs.
In master mode, the PWM is placed in quad-speed mode by setting the quad-speed bit in the system
control register through the serial control interface.
If the master clock is well behaved during the frequency transition (the high or low clock periods are
not less than 20 ns), then a simple speed selection is performed by setting the DBSPD terminal or
the serial control register.
When the sample rate is changed, this IC temporarily suspends processing, places the PWM outputs
in a hard mute (PWM P outputs low, PWM M outputs high, and all VALID signals low), resets all internal
processes, and suspends all I 2 C operations.
This IC then performs a partial re-initialization and noiselessly restarts the PWM output.
This IC preserves all control register settings throughout this sequence.
If desired, the sample rate change can be performed while mute is active to provide a completely
silent transition.
If the master clock input can encounter high clock or low clock period of less than 20 ns while the data rates
are changing, then /RESET must be applied during this time.
There are two recommended control procedures for this case, depending upon whether the DBSPD terminal
or the serial control interface is used.
Normal-Speed, Double-Speed, and Quad-Speed Operation

Fig. - 46
G) Clock Master/Slave Mode (M_S) is as following.
Clock master and slave mode can be invoked using the M_S (master slave) terminal.
This terminal specifies the default mode that is set immediately following a device RESET.
The serial data interface setting permits the clock generation mode to be changed during normal operation.
The transition to master mode occurs following a /RESET when M_S terminal has a logic high applied.
The transition to slave mode occurs following a /RESET when M_S terminal has a logic low applied.
H) Clock Master Mode is as following.
When M_S = 1 following a RESET, the TAS5076 provides the master clock, SCLK, and LRCLK to
the rest of the system.
In the master mode, the TAS5076 outputs the audio system clocks MCLK_OUT, SCLK, and LRCLK.
This IC's device generates these clocks plus its internal clocks from the internal phase-locked loop (PLL).
The reference clock for the PLL can be provided by either an external clock source (attached to XTAL_IN)
or a crystal (connected across terminals XTAL_IN and XTAL_OUT).
The external source attached to MCLK_IN is 256 times (128 in quad mode) the data sample rate (Fs).
The SCLK frequency is 64 times the data sample rate and the SCLK frequency of 48 times the data
sample rate is not supported in the master mode.
The LRCLK frequency is the data sample rate.

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8. H-BRIDGE AMPLIFIER CIRCUIT (D/A FILTER)


8-1. H-BRIDGE AMPLIFIER CIRCUIT
Lch/ Rch (H-BRIGE DRIVER IC: IC6101/IC6201, IC6102/IC6202 ; HIP2100)
LS ch/ RS ch/ C ch/ SB ch (DIGITAL AMP POWER STAGE CONTROLER IC : IC6812, IC6813 ; TAS5182)

A) H-BRIDGE AMPLIFIER CIRCUIT consists of "H-Bridge DRIVER IC" for amplifying audio signal and
"DIGITAL AMP POWER STAGE CONTROL IC for amplifying audio signal in LS/LRch and C/SBch.
Each "+/-" phase signal of 6ch converted to PWM is separately inputted,and is amplified through
Bridge circuit composed of 4 MOSFET in the shape of H type, and then is outputted to next LC filter circuit.
In addtion to conversion into PWM, Audio signal is further amplified by expanding dynamic range by raising
power supply voltage for H-Bridge circuit.
And this control method is called VGDA (Variable Gain Digital AMP).
B) DIGITAL AMP POWER STAGE CONTROLER IC(HIP2100) is composed as shown in
the following circuit diagram. ( For each L /R ch )
IC6101/ IC6201, IC6102/ IC6202

Fig. - 47

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D) TERMINAL FUNCTION of H-Bridge DRIVER IC is as following.

Fig. - 48
E) Digital /Analog Filter Circuit is as following. ( For each L /R ch )
D/A Filter = PWM signal -> Audio signal
Fs=384kHz -> 20kHz

* Differential Amplifier wave

Fig. - 50
* Should be measured by Differential method.

Fig. - 49

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F) DIGITAL AMP POWER STAGE CONTROLLER IC(TAS5182) is composed as shown in
the following circuit diagram. ( For each LS /RS ch, C /SB ch )

Fig. - 51

42
G) TERMINAL FUNCTION of DIGITAL AMP POWER STAGE CONTROLER IC is as following.

Fig. - 52

43
H) Digital /Analog Filter Circuit is as following. ( For each LS /RS ch )
D/A Filter = PWM signal -> Audio signal
Fs=384kHz -> 20kHz

Fig. - 54

Fig. - 53

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I) Digital /Analog Filter Circuit is as following. ( For each C /SB ch )
D/A Filter = PWM signal -> Audio signal
Fs=384kHz -> 20kHz

Fig. - 56

Fig. - 55

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9. TROUBLE SHOOTING
9-1. TROUBLE SHOOTING
A) This "Trouble Shooting" can be used for Digital Amplifier SA-XR25/XR45/XR30/XR50/XR70 series.
<< Procedures for Trouble Check >>
* The solution is earliest when confirming trouble according to the following procedure.
A -1) Symptom : Can't Power ON. ( Can't operate the unit. )
Method of check in non connection
( All IN/Out )

Connect AC cord

No
Standby LED light ?
Yes

Yes

Check DC Power of the


main-microprocessor
(VCC Pin 57)
OK ?

Check the fuse F1


OK ?
No
Replace the fuse F1

Yes

Check the parts on BK +5.7V line


(L6801, D6901,Q724, T721, etc)

No

Check the Clock of the


main-microprocessor
(10MHz, IC6901:Pin22/23)
OK ?

Yes

Check the connection the main PCB


and the panel PCB ?
(CN951A/B, FL_LED_CLK, DATA
LED_ST1 )
OK ?

Yes

No

Check the connection the main


PCB and the panel PCB
(FFC's defective, etc)

Check the LED driver IC on


panel PCB ?
(LED -- IC951:Pin2, 3, 4
DATA, CLOCK, LCK )
OK ?

Check " DATA/ CLOCK/


LCK "
--> Always "LOW" or
"HIGH"
--> IC951: NG

No

Yes
No

Check the parts on 5.7V


line (D951, R948, etc)

Replace the LED driver


IC951

No

Check the voltage of VDD/ Q1


in IC951 (VDD: +5V , Q1: 0V)
OK ?
Yes
Replace the LED
(D952, etc)

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Check AC_SYNC of
main-microprocessor
IC6901:Pin20)
OK ?

No

Yes

Check the parts on AC_SYNC line


(R6905, Q721, T721, etc)
Check the Reset signal
on main-microprocessor
( /RESET:19pin +5V )
OK ?

No

Yes
Replace the X'tal of the clock
( X6901 )
Replace the main-microprocessor
( IC6901 )

Check the parts on /RESET line


(Q6901, D6904, C6913, etc)

Power switch ON

Power ON by Front Key :OK


Power ON by Remote-controller :OK

Check the shutdown of power


after wait a few minutes

Power ON by Front Key :OK


Power ON by Remote-controller :NG

Check the Remote-controller


and Remote-sensor block

Power ON by Front Key :NG


Power ON by Remote-controller :OK

Check the connection the panel PCB


and the main PCB
( Key1, Key2 line )

Power ON by Front Key :NG


Power ON by Remote-controller :NG

Check the voltage on key1,


key2 in the main-microprocessor
( IC6901:Pin 64/63, +5V )
OK ?

No

Yes
Check the operation switch ( Short )
or
Replace the Diode on VREF line
( D6902 )

Check the change of voltage


by the power switch
( IC6901:Pin 64, +5V --> 0V )

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Check the operation
of RELAY ( RLY721 )
OK ?

No

Check the switch Tr


( Q723:base 0.6V )
OK ?
Yes

Yes
Check the RELAY
( RLY721:Pin3 0V )
OK ?

Replace the switch Tr


( Q723 )
No
Check the connection the
AC RELAY line
( CN605A/B:13pin )

Yes

Check the mainmicroprocessor


( IC6901:Pin 34 )

Replace the RELAY


( RLY721 )

Check the connection the panel PCB


and the power PCB
( FL_0V, FL_+5V line )

Check the FL_0V,


FL_5V line
( W902 : 3pin, -19V
4pin, -24V )
OK ?

No

Check the Diode


( D901 )

No

Check the power supply line


( VDD: 5.7V, -VP: -30V )

Yes
Check the power of
FL Driver IC901
( VDD: 48pin, +5V
Vfdp: 39pin, -30V )
OK ?
Yes
Check the serial
communication of
FL Driver IC901
( Csb: 42pin, CLK: 43pin
S1: 44pin) OK ?

No
Check the connection the mainmicroprocessor and FL driver IC
( CN951A/B )

Yes

Check the out put of


FL driver IC901
( 3pin --- 35pin )
OK ?

No
Replace the FL driver IC
( IC901 )

Yes
+ 5V

Replace the FL Display


( FL901 )

GND
- VP(-30V)

FL Signal wave

No

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A -2) Symptom : No indication on FL. ( AC relay cuts after a few seconds, become to Standby mode )
Power ON

The power supply cuts after a few


seconds.
(After that, standby LED only does light)

Remove the connection of PVDD power supply between


the power supply PCB and the main PCB.
(CN606: +VDD)
(After that, enter again the power button)

Yes
The symptom change ?
No

If the entering of power supply is


OK, and FL display is OK, HBRIDGE AMP circuit is defective.
Check the resistance value in Hot
/GND connection of each SP ch.
(CN601/602, BTL SP +/- : 4-6
kohm is OK)

Check PVDD circuit line


(D711, T701, etc)

A -3) Symptom : The "F76" indication on FL. ( AC relay cuts after a few seconds, become to Standby mode )
Standby LED light

Check the connection the power


supply PCB and the input PCB
(CN401: Power supply
line of the selector ICs)
OK ?

No

Power supply PCB and input PCB


connection, and check the operation

Yes

The connection is
removed,
and check the operation,

No

Yes
Check the power supply voltage
in the I/O PCB
( +/-15V supply, D+5V, A+5V line, etc)

Check the output voltage in


the power supply PCB
( +/-15V supply , D+5V, A+5V line, etc)

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A -4) Symptom : Display doesn't change with the volume Up/Down. ( The power supply of the unit can be turned on. )
In the analog input, in the
setting of the stereo and
multichannel

Up the volume

FL display becomes "OVER LOAD"


before the display of "-20dB" appears

Power AMP driver IC is Hot ?

No

Check the power supply of each


D-AMP drive IC (+VDD, +DVDD)

Yes

Replace each H-BRIDGE


AMPLIFIER
(IC6101/ IC6201, IC6102/ IC6202)
( For the stereo )

A -5) Symptom : The "F70" indication on FL


Displayed as "F70 DSP" or
"F70 PWM" after Power ON

Check the connection between


the main PCB and the DSP PCB.
(CN906 - CN1002: AU 0 -AU 3 signal line)

Check abnormality of DSP IC and


PWM Modulator IC or nearby circuit,
because the communication error
has happened.
(AUO -- AU3, MCLK/BCLK/LRCLK )

Replace each DIGITAL AMP


POWER IC.
(IC6812/ IC6813)
( For the multichannel )

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A -6) Symptom : The sound of the speaker doesn't output. ( Check the digital amplifier operation by
all channel mode. )
No connection to IN/OUT

Switch to the all channel output


service mode.

( Output of signals from DSP IC. )

Raise the rotation of the volume


to -20dB.

Check in the input of


2

I C and AUDIO DATA


on PWM Processor IC
(MCLK/SCLK/LRCLK,
SDIN1-3,SDA,SCL) OK ?

No

Defective of DSP IC
or check the selector IC.

Yes
Check the DC voltage between
the speaker's "+/-" polarity and
the "GND" chassis on set.

No
DC voltage in each speaker
terminal 20V -- 21V ?

Yes

Check the connection in


each speker terminals

Check the circuit line of


the H- BRIDGE AMP IC
(IC6101/IC6201,IC6102/IC6202
IC6812, IC6813)

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10. NEW HDMI INTERFACE INFORMATION


10-1. Operation of HDMI system
A) What is HDMI ?
HDMI (High Definition Multimedia Interface) is wideband transmission interface for not compression
digital video and digital audio.
The signal of DVD-AUDIO only analog transmission was admitted so far, it is possible to transmit
digital signal data by adopting the copyright protection function named HDCP (High-bandwidth
Digital Content Protection System).
The connection is the couple and an analog connection was replaced to HDMI connection.
B) Basic operation
B-1) Sound signal
The digital sound data is output to DSP by formatting IEC958 (SPDIF) or IIS.
* Compressed data (Dolby Digital, DTS, etc) : IEC958 (SPDIF) output
* Liner PCM (96kHz/24bit x 6ch, 192kHz/24bit x 2ch, etc) : I2S output
The no sound signal data is output to the HDMI output (For TV).
B-2) Video signal
The digital video data is output to TV without processing by the receiver.
C) Operation or HDMI selection
When select "DVD" from other selector position.
* If DVD player connected with the HDMI input is power on, the HDMI DVD" input is selected
and then light on "HDMI LED". Otherwise, DIGITAL IN" or "ANALOG IN" is selected.
HDMI does not operate if nothing is connected to HDMI input even if TV is connected
from HDMI output.

U70-1
U70-2

HDMI in

SA-XR70

HDMI out

(S97)

HDMI in

DVD

HDMI out

10-2. Defective analysis of HDMI system


A) Self-diagnosis for HDMI of SA-XR70

TV

U70-1-1
U70-1-2
U70-3

B) Message when error occurred.


B-1) Error message displayed on DVD player
* U70-1 : Message when it is not possible to communicate between DVD player and HDMI equipment.
* U70-2 : Message when communication between DVD player and HDMI equipment was able to
be cut on the way.
Analysis : The communication between XR70 and DVD player is done at the I2C format
by "DDC_SCL (JK2001 15pin)" and "DDC_SDA (JK2001 16pin)" on the HDMI
input terminal. Therefore, these communication lines are checked.

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B-2) Error message displayed on SA-XR70.
* U70-1-1 : Message when failing to authentication by HDCP with DVD player or TV with HDMI.
* U70-1-2 : Message when video format with DVD player is different.
* U70-3 : Message when it is not possible to communicate between TV with HDMI and SA-XR70.
Analysis : "U70-1-2"is due to the error of the communication "DDC_SCL" and "DDC_SDA"
on the HDMI input terminal (JK2001).
"U70-1-1"is due to the error of the communication "DDC_SCL" and "DDC_SDA"
on the HDMI input terminal (JK2001) or the HDMI output terminal (JK2003).
"U70-3"is due to the error of the communication "DDC_SCL" and "DDC_SDA"
on the HDMI output terminal (JK2003).
--> Usually, the most doubtful one is defective soldering.
C) The video or the sound isn't emitted by the HDMI connection.
C-1) The video signal doesn't appear on the screen.
Analysis : The video signal sent from the DVD player is send out to the TV by IC2002 : SiI9190.
When the video signal does not screen but the sound signal is normally,
checked the peripheral of HDMI output terminal (JK2003) and IC2002.
C-2) The sound doesn't appear from the speakers.
Analysis : The sound signal is output from SPDIF/SD0/SD1/SD2/WS/SCK/MCLKOUT of
IC2001 : SiI9031 and sent to the DSP block at pass through IC2009 : SN74LVC244.
When the sound of CD and DVD-VIDEO not come out, checked the line of SPDIF.
And if the sound of DVD-AUDIO not come out, checked each line of SD0/SD1/SD2
/WS/SCK/MCLKOUT.

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10-3. HDMI SYSTEM for SA-XR70

SA-XR70 HDMI SYSTEM

TV
Analog Video

VCR
HDMI in
Analog Audio
Analog Video
Analog Video

T V (STB)
Digital Audio
Analog Video

SA-XR70

Digital Video

Audio 5.1ch

HDMI out

(S97)

Analog Audio

HDMI in

DVD

HDMI out

Digital Audio

Digital Amplifier

SP

SP

Digital Video

HDMI
Digital Video signal
RGB , YCbCr (480i 1080i)
Digital Audio signal
Dolby Digital , DTS , AAC
LPCM - 33kHz 96kHz/5.1ch
192kHz/2ch

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10-4. HDMI Block Diagram for SA-XR70

SA-XR70 HDMI BLOCK DIAGRAM

IC2001 SiI9031

TMDS
C 1
TMDS
TMDS
DDC

HDMI DVD IN (19pin)

TMDS
C 0
TMDS

HDMI
RX 1
HDCP
key ROM
---------HDCP &
Repeater
Decryption

HPD
5V

HDMI
RX 2

TO DSP
AUDIO
MCLK
LRCLK
BCLK
I2S0
I2S1
I2S2
SPDIF

HDMI
TRANSMITTE
R
IC2002 SiI9190
HDMI
TX
DIT

VIDEO
Q0 - Q23
Hsync
Vsync
DCLK
DE

IC2005
AK4114

AUDIO
-

TMDS
C 0

HDMI OUT (19pin)

HDMI RECEIVER

TMDS

HDCP
key ROM
---------HDCP &
Encryption

TMDS
TMDS
DDC
HPD

I2C
SLAVE

I2C
SLAVE

TMDS
C 1

5V

BK_5V

EDID ROM
IC2011
BR24L04

MPU
IC2003 M30624FGP
ON : HDMI

OFF : Other Selector

S_CK
S_SI
H_SO
CS
REQ
BK_3.3V
BK_5V

TO
DSP
MPU
TO
POWER
SUPPLY

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11. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION


11-1. SYSTEM CIRCUIT DIAGRAM FOR SA-XR55
A) SA-XR55 is composed as shown in the following whole system circuit diagram.

11-2. Comparison of Specifications


Specifications

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SA-XR55E, EB, EG SA-XR55P, PC
( '05 Receiver )
( '05 Receiver )

GENERAL Category name

SA-XR50P, PC
( '04 Receiver )

Digital AV Control Amplifier Digital AV Control Amplifier Digital AV Control Amplifier

Power consumption
( In standBy condition )
Power supply

(7.1ch Theater)
135W
0.3W
AC230 - 240V /50Hz

(7.1ch Theater)
135W
0.2W
AC120V /60Hz

Dimensions ( W x H x D )

430 x 107.5 x 394mm

Weight

4.6kg

430 x 107.5 x 394mm


430 x 83 x 376mm
(16-15/16" x 4-7/32"
(16-15/16" x 3-9/32"
x 15-1/2")
x 14-13/16")
4.6kg (10.1 lb.)
4.2kg (9.3 lb.)

DIN Power : 1kHz, T.H.D. 1%

2 x 100W (6 ohm)

2 x 100W (6 ohm)

2 x 100W (6 ohm)

2 x 100W (6 ohm)
100W (6 ohm)
2 x 100W (6 ohm)
2 x 100W (6 ohm)
6 - 16 ohm
6 - 16 ohm
6 - 16 ohm
6 - 16 ohm
0.09% (6 ohm)

2 x 100W (6 ohm)
100W (6 ohm)
2 x 100W (6 ohm)
2 x 100W (6 ohm)
6 - 8 ohm
6 - 8 ohm
6 - 8 ohm
6 - 8 ohm
0.09% (6 ohm)

2 x 100W (6 ohm)
100W (6 ohm)
2 x 100W (6 ohm)
100W (6 ohm)
6 - 8 ohm
6 - 8 ohm
6 - 8 ohm
6 - 8 ohm
0.09% (6 ohm)

4Hz - 88kHz, +/- 3dB

4Hz - 88kHz, +/- 3dB

AMPLIFIER Power Output :


SECTION Each channel Driven
1kHz, T.H.D. 0.9%
DIN 1kHz T.H.D 1kHz
Load impedance

Front L/R
Center
Surround L/R

Back (L/R)
Front L/R
Center
Surround L/R

Back (L/R)
Total harmonic distortion : T.H.D.
20Hz - 20kHz
4Hz - 88kHz, +/- 3dB
Frequency response : CD /TV /DVD

(6.1ch Theater)
135W
1W
AC120V /60Hz

DVD 6ch /DVR /VCR1, VCR2 /TAPE

Input sensitivity : CD /TV /DVD

200mV

27mV (200mV, IHF'66) 27mV (200mV, IHF'66)

22k ohm

22k ohm

22k ohm

103dB (IHF, A)

103dB (IHF'66)

103dB (IHF'66)

DVD 6ch /DVR /VCR1, VCR2 /TAPE

Input impedance : CD /TV /DVD


DVD 6ch /DVR /VCR1, VCR2 /TAPE

S/N ratio : TV /DVD /DVR /VCR1


(Digital input)
Tone controls
Bass
Treble
Subwoofer frequency response
(-6dB)
Digital input terminal
Optical
Coaxial
Digital output terminal
Optical
Coaxial
FM TUNER Frequency range
SECTION
Sensitivity
Total harmonic
distortion : T.H.D.
S/N ratio

Mono
Stereo
Mono
Stereo

50Hz : +10dB to -10dB 50Hz : +10dB to -10dB 50Hz : +10dB to -10dB


20kHz: +10dB to -10dB 20kHz: +10dB to -10dB 20kHz: +10dB to -10dB
7Hz - 200Hz
7Hz - 200Hz
7Hz - 200Hz
2port
2port
------87.5MHz - 108.0MHz

2port
2port
------87.9MHz - 107.9MHz

2port
2port
1port
---87.9MHz - 107.9MHz

1.5uV (IHF'58)

11.2dBf (2uV, IHF'58)

11.2dBf (2uV, IHF'58)

0.2%
0.3%
60dB
58dB

0.2%
0.3%
73dB
67dB

0.2%
0.3%
73dB
67dB

Frequency response

20Hz - 15kHz : +1dB, -2dB 20Hz - 15kHz : +1dB, -2dB 20Hz - 15kHz : +1dB, -2dB

Image rejection at 98MHz

40dB

40dB

40dB

Stereo separation

1 kHz : 40dB
10kHz : --75ohm (Unbalanced)

1 kHz : 40dB
10kHz : 30db
75ohm (Unbalanced)

1 kHz : 40dB
10kHz : 30db
75ohm (Unbalanced)

Antenna terminal

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Specifications

SA-XR55E, EB, EG SA-XR55P, PC


( '05 Receiver )
( '05 Receiver )

AM TUNER Frequency range


SECTION
Sensitivity (at 999kHz)

VIDEO
SECTION

SA-XR50P, PC
( '04 Receiver )

522kHz - 1611kHz (9k) 530kHz - 1710kHz


530kHz - 1620kHz (10k)
55dB
55dB (20uV, 330uV/m)

530kHz - 1710kHz

50dB

50dB

50dB

Maximum input voltage

1V +/-0.1Vp-p
(Unbalanced)
1.5Vp-p

1V +/-0.1Vp-p
(Unbalanced)
1.5Vp-p

1V +/-0.1Vp-p
(Unbalanced)
1.5Vp-p

Input /Output impedance

75 ohm

75 ohm

75 ohm

IF rejection at 1000kHz
999kHz
Output voltage at 1V input

55dB (20uV, 330uV/m)

S - Video terminal

Input

TV / DVD /DVD RECORD TV / DVD /DVD RECORD TV / DVD /DVR / VCR1

Component video

Output
Input
Output

TV Monitor
TV Monitor
TV Monitor
TV /DVD/DVD RECORDERTV /DVD/DVD RECORDERTV /DVD
TV Monitor
TV Monitor
TV Monitor
56 keys
56 keys
56 keys

REMOTE Control keys


CONTROL
UNIT
Dimensions ( W x H x D )

51 x 30 x 195mm

51 x 30 x 195mm

51 x 30 x 195mm

(2 x 1-3/16" x 7-21/32")

(2 x 1-3/16" x 7-21/32")

Weight

133g

133g (4.7oz.)

133g (4.7oz.)

Power source

(UM-3) x 2

(UM-3) x 2

(UM-3) x 2