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JVC RX-8012VSL Service Manual

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SERVICE MANUAL
AUDIO/VIDEO CONTROL RECEIVER
CATV/DBS
VCR 1
TV
AUDIO
DVD
DVD MUILTI
CD
FM/AM
TV/DBS
VIDEO
CDR
PHONO
VCR 1
VCR 2
TAPE/MD
USB
SURROUND
DSP
ANALOG/DIGITAL SLEEP
ON/OFF
MODE
INPUT
BASS
ROOM
LINE DIF .ECT
BOOST
EFFECT
SIZE
1
2
3
MENU
MIDNIGHT
TEST
CTR TONE
LIVENESS
MODE
4
5
6
ENTER
STANDBY
SOUND
SUBWFR
L/R BAL
CENTER
7/P
8
9
MUTING
DIGITAL EQ
REAR L
REAR R
STANDBY/ON
0
10
+10
100 +
RETURN
FM MODE
SPEAKERS ON/OFF
CATV/DBS
CONTROL
CONTROL
BAL L
1
CH/ LEVEL TV VOL
VOLUME
TV/VIDEO
2
BAL R
PLAY
EXIT
SUBWOOFER OUT ON/OFF
MENU
TEXT
/REW
PAUSE
FF/
DISPLAY
SET
REC
DOWN – TUNING – UP
PAUSE
STOP
CONTROL
PHONES
RM-SRX8012U
A/V CONTROL RECEIVER
RX-8012VSL
RX-8010VBK
Contents
Safety precautions -----------------------------------------------------------1-2
Disassembly method --------------------------------------------------------1-3
Adjustment method ----------------------------------------------------------1-9
Self-diagnose function -------------------------------------------------------1-10
Description of major ICs ----------------------------------------------------1-12~28
RX-8012VSL
RX-8010VBK
RX-8012V
AUDIO/VIDEO CONTROL RECEIVER
FM/AM TUNING
FM/AM PRESET
FM MODE
MEMORY
D I G I T A L
D I G I T A L
S U R R O U N D
DVD MULTI
DVD
VCR 1
INPUT
SURROUND ON/OFF
DSP MODE
ANALOG/DIGITAL
MIDNIGHT MODE
INPUT ATT
USB AUDIO
VIDEO
S-VIDEO
VIDEO
L—AUDIO—R
PHONO
CD
CDR
PUSH OPEN
Model
COPYRIGHT
2001 VICTOR COMPANY OF JAPAN, LTD.
MASTER VOLUME
VCR 2
VIDEO
TV SOUND/DBS
DIGITAL
LEVEL
EQ
ADJUST
SOUCE NAME
EFFECT SETTING
TAPE / MD
USB AUDIO
FM / AM
CONTROL
DOWN
UP
SOUCE NAME
Color
Silver
Black
RX-8012VSL/RX-8010VBK
Area Suffix
RX-8012VSL
UW
Brazil,Mexico,Peru
RX-8010VBK
UJ
U.S.Military
LINE DIRECT
BASS BOOST
D I G I T A L
No.21002
Jun. 2001

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    RX-8012VSL/RX-8010VBK SERVICE MANUAL AUDIO/VIDEO CONTROL RECEIVER RX-8012VSL RX-8010VBK Area Suffix RX-8012VSL Brazil,Mexico,Peru RX-8010VBK U.S.Military CATV/DBS VCR 1 AUDIO DVD MUILTI FM/AM TV/DBS VIDEO PHONO VCR 1 VCR 2 TAPE/MD SURROUND ANALOG/DIGITAL SLEEP ON/OFF MODE INPUT RX-8012V AUDIO/VIDEO CONTROL RECEIVER BASS ROOM LINE DIF .ECT...

  • Page 2

    RX-8012VSL/RX-8010VBK 1. This design of this product contains special hardware and many circuits and components specially for safety purposes. For continued protection, no changes should be made to the original design unless authorized in writing by the manufacturer. Replacement parts must be identical to those used in the original circuits. Services should be performed by qualified personnel only.

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    RX-8012VSL/RX-8010VBK Disassembly method Top cover Removing the top cover (See Fig.1) Remove the four screws A attaching the top cover on both sides of the body. Remove the three screws B on the back of the body. Remove the top cover from behind in the direction of Fig.1...

  • Page 4

    RX-8012VSL/RX-8010VBK Removing each board connected to the rear side of the audio board (See Fig.5 to 11) Prior to performing the following procedure, remove the top cover and the rear panel. Tie band Cut off the tie band fixing the harness.

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    RX-8012VSL/RX-8010VBK S Video board Video board Video audio board Fig.10 DSP board CN601 Fig.11 Relay board CN814 CN813 CN71 Removing the audio board (See Fig.12 to 13) Power supply Prior to performing the following procedure, remove board the top cover and the tuner board, audio input board,...

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    RX-8012VSL/RX-8010VBK Removing the main board (See Fig.14) Prior to performing the following procedure, remove the top cover, the rear panel and audio board. Cut off the tie band fixing the harness. CN811 Disconnect the harness from connector CN811 on Power the power supply board respectively.

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    RX-8012VSL/RX-8010VBK Removing the power transformer (See Fig.18) Prior to performing the following procedures, remove Power transformer the top cover. board Power supply board Unsolder the two harnesses connected to the power transformer. Disconnect the harness from connector CN55 and CN55 / 56 CN56 on the power transformer board.

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    RX-8012VSL/RX-8010VBK Removing the system control board / Front panel assembly power switch board (See Fig.21 to 23) Operation switch panel Prior to performing the following procedure, remove the top cover and the front panel assembly. Pull out the volume knob on the front side of the front panel and remove the nut attaching the system control board.

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    RX-8012VSL/RX-8010VBK Adjustment method Tuner section 1.Tuner range 87.5MHz~108.0MHz AM(MW) 531kHz~1710kHz Power amplifier section Adjustment of idling current Measurement location B2204-B2205(Lch) , B2213-2214(Rch) Adjustment part VR787(Lch) , VR788(Rch) Attention This adjustment does not obtain a correct adjustment value immediately after the amplifier is used (state that an internal temperature has risen).

  • Page 10

    RX-8012VSL/RX-8010VBK Self-diagnose function 1. Detection of abnormal power supply and voltage When the power is turned ON, if an abnormality is detected during the signal input at the A/D port (IC901, pin 2-5, 7) for one second continuously, the status will become STANDBY mode immediately.

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    RX-8012VSL/RX-8010VBK 4. Self-diagnose To enter the self-diagnose mode, put the power plug in the socket while pressing SETTING key and UP key together simultaneously, then turn the power ON. With the UP/DOWN key operation, DSP microcomputer, ROM No.of system microcomputer as well as working status of DSP can be displayed for five seconds.

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    RX-8012VSL/RX-8010VBK Description of major ICs AK4112A (IC551) : 96kHz 24bit DIR 1. Pin Layout 2. Block diagram AVSS AVDD MCKO1 MCKO2 DVDD CM0/CDTO Clock Clock X'tal DVSS CM1/CDTI Recovery Generator Oscillator Input TVDD OCKS1/CCLK Selector V/TX OCKS0/CSN 96kHz FS96 Detect...

  • Page 13

    RX-8012VSL/RX-8010VBK AK4527B (IC571) : A/D,D/A converter 1.Pin layout DZF2 SDOS RIN+ OCKS RIN- LIN+ BCLK LIN- LRCK ROUT1 SDTI1 LOUT1 SDTI2 ROUT2 SDTI3 LOUT2 SDTO ROUT3 DAUX LOUT3 2.Block diagram Audio LIN+ LIN- RIN+ RIN- LRCK LOUT1 DATT BICK DAUX...

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    RX-8012VSL/RX-8010VBK 3. Pin function (1/2) AK4527(1/2) Pin name Function SDTO Source select pin SDOS "L" : Internal ADC output, "H" : DAUX input ORed with serial control register if P/S="L". MCKO Clock frequency select pin OCKS "L" : MCLK, "H" : MCLK/2.

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    RX-8012VSL/RX-8010VBK 3.Pin function (2/2) AK4527(2/2) Pin Name Function DZF2 Zero Input detection pin, 2PIN VCOM Common voltage output pin,AVDD/2 Large external capacitor around 2.2uF is used to reduce power-supply noise VREFH Positive voltage reference input pin,AVDD AVDD Analog power supply pin...

  • Page 16

    RX-8012VSL/RX-8010VBK BA15218F (IC303, IC304, IC372, IC385, IC386, IC521, IC522, IC523, IC524, IC525, IC526, IC527, IC528, IC529) : Op amp. OUT1 -IN1 OUT2 +IN1 -IN2 +IN2 BA7625 (IC201, IC242) : Video selector MONITOR OUT MONITOR OUT CTL A VOUT 1 logic...

  • Page 17

    RX-8012VSL/RX-8010VBK BU2092(IC402) : Port expander 1.Terminal Layout DATA CLOCK CONTROL CIRCUIT 2.Pin Function Symbol Function Pin No. Connect to GND DATA Serial Data input CLOCK Shift Clock of Data Latch Clock of Data 5~16 Q0~Q11 Parallel Data Output Latch Data...

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    RX-8012VSL/RX-8010VBK MB90088 (IC203) : On screen display controller 1.Terminal Layout AVss YOUT VOUT AVcc COUT IOUT SCLK TEST BOUT HSYNC ROUT VSYNC GOUT EXHSYN EXVSYN 2.Block Diagram Serial Input Each Control, Data SCLK Control EXHSYN H/V Separate EXVSYN VOUT Analog SW...

  • Page 19

    RX-8012VSL/RX-8010VBK 3.Functions Symbol I/O Function Lux signal Input terminal for Superinpause indication Composite video signal input terminal for Superinpause indication Contrast signal input terminal for Superinpause indication Analog power supply terminal AVcc IOUT Color (Lux) signal output terminal Character output terminal...

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    RX-8012VSL/RX-8010VBK NJM4580D (IC301) : LPF, Mic and h.phone amp. 1.Terminal layout A OUT A -IN B OUT A +IN B -IN B +IN (TOP VIEW) 2.Block diagram INPUT OUTPUT NJU7241F33(IC411) : Voltage regulator PIN FUNCTION 1. GND 2. V 3. V 4.

  • Page 21

    RX-8012VSL/RX-8010VBK PCM2702E-X (IC410) : Digital/ Analog converter 2. Block diagram 1.Pin layout VccP USB packet audio DGNDC data data AGNDP FIFO Low-pass WRCLK VccL VOUTL USB I/F Filter Multi-level Oversampling DGND VBUS AGNDL Delta-Sigma VCOM DGNDU Digital Filter Modulator Low-pass...

  • Page 22

    RX-8012VSL/RX-8010VBK TC9162AN (IC380) : Analog switch R-S1 L-S1 R-S2 L-S2 R-COM1 L-COM1 R-S3 L-S3 R-S4 L-S4 R-COM2 L-COM2 R-S5 L-S5 R-S6 L-S6 R-COM3 L-COM3 R-S7 L-S7 R-COM4 L-COM4 DATA R-S1 L-S1 R-S2 L-S2 R-COM1 L-COM1 R-S3 L-S3 R-S4 L-S4 R-COM2...

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    RX-8012VSL/RX-8010VBK TC9163AF-X (IC371) : Analog switch R-S1 L-S1 R-S2 L-S2 R-S3 L-S3 R-COM1 L-COM1 R-S4 L-S4 R-S5 L-S5 R-S6 L-S6 R-COM2 L-COM2 R-S7 L-S7 R-S8 L-S8 R-COM3 L-COM3 DATA R-S1 L-S1 R-S2 L-S2 R-S3 L-S3 R-COM1 L-COM1 R-S4 L-S4 R-S5...

  • Page 24

    RX-8012VSL/RX-8010VBK TC9164AF-X (IC302) : Analog switch R-S1 L-S1 R-S2 L-S2 R-S3 L-S3 R-S4 L-S4 R-COM1 L-COM1 R-S5 L-S5 R-S6 L-S6 R-COM2 L-COM2 R-S7 L-S7 R-S8 L-S8 R-COM3 L-COM3 DATA R-S1 L-S1 R-S2 L-S2 R-S3 L-S3 R-S4 L-S4 R-COM1 L-COM1 R-S5...

  • Page 25

    RX-8012VSL/RX-8010VBK TC9459F (IC381, IC382, IC383) : Electronic volume control 2. Block diagram 1.Terminal layout L-OUT R-OUT L-OUT R-OUT L-IN 915TEP R-IN L-1N R-IN L-ch R-ch L-LD1 R-LD1 Same as L-ch L-LD2 R-LD2 L-LD1 R-LD1 Circuit L-A-GND R-A-GND L-LD2 R-LD2 L-A-GND...

  • Page 26

    RX-8012VSL/RX-8010VBK MAX4018ESD (IC390) : Op amp. OUTC INC- INC+ INA+ INB+ INA- INB- OUTA OUTB N.C. N.C. NJM2285V-W (IC202) : 2-input 3-channel video switch IN1A GND1 IN2B CTL2 IN2A GND3 IN3B CLAMP TYPE BIAS TYPE CLAMP TYPE IN1B CTL1 OUT1...

  • Page 27

    RX-8012VSL/RX-8010VBK PQ3DZ53 (IC583) : Regulator IC DC INPUT(Vin) DC OUTPUT(Vo) CUSTOM IC ON/OFF CONTROL(Vc) TC74HC4053AF (IC388, IC389) : Multiplexe CONTROL INPUTS INHIBIT Y-COM X-COM Z-COM X: Don't Care. W24L010AJ-12 (IC511) : CMOS static RAM 1. Pin layout 2. Block diagram...

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    RX-8012VSL/RX-8010VBK UPD784215AGC152 (IC581) : Unit CPU 1.Pin layout 2.Pin function Pin No. Symbol Function Non connect Power supply terminal Connecting the crystal oscillator for system main clock Connecting the crystal oscillator for system main clock Connect to GND Connecting the crystal oscillator for system sub clock...

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    RX-8012VSL/RX-8010VBK < M E M O > 2-29...

  • Page 30: Block Diagrams

    RX-8012VSL/RX-8010VBK Block diagrams Signal I/O block section Main section LVA10221-1 CN731 CN732 LVA10221-2 Q761 L ch Q763 RY831 SPK1 CN244 CN242 LVA10219-5 Q762 RY832 R ch SPK2 Q764 CN200 CN204 CN206 LVA10219-4 CN587 CN581 LVA10223 Q1751 Q1752 CN313 CN371 CN416...

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    RX-8012VSL/RX-8010VBK Video section Video input section LVA10219-3 LVA10219-4 DVD F TV/DBS DATA TV/DBS IC 203 DATA/CLK MON Y/C OUT Y/C SEP VCR1 REC SOUTCE IC 202 SELECTOR VCR1 IC 201 IC 371 MON Y/C IN VCR1 P.B V SIG V SIG...

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    RX-8012VSL/RX-8010VBK Tuner section System control & FL section LVA10009 LVA10218-1 TUNER AM/FM DET RF 101 IC102 FL DISPLAY D400 SYSTEM CONTROLLER MW RF & OSC T111 IC102 IC 400 DATA Audio input section VIDEO AUDIO LVA10219-2 PHONO IC 301 DATA/CLK...

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    RX-8012VSL/RX-8010VBK Standard schematic diagrams Power supply section PW10 PW20 PW11 Sheet 2/11 PW21 CN811 PW27 PW17 PW12 PW22 PW23 PW13 PW24 PW14 PW25 QSW0812-001 PW15 PW16 PW26 Sheet 10/11 PW18 PW28 CN55 CN56 PW19 PW29 CN402 PW30 PW40 0.047MY FW51 1SR35-400A 0.047MY...

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    RX-8012VSL/RX-8010VBK Main & Speaker terminal section Sheet 8/11 Sheet 7/11 Sheet 6/11 Sheet 7/11 Sheet 8/11 Sheet 6/11 Sheet 8/11 R831 R833 C835 0.022 C834 RY831 D831 0.022 CN702 CN703 CN701 CN705 CN723 CN706 1SS133 CN721 C846 220P C847 R832...

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    RX-8012VSL/RX-8010VBK Audio section R915 R916 R961 R951 R941 R971 R921 R931 R917 Q941 Q921 Q931 Q971 Q951 Q961 2SD2395/EF/ 2SD2395/EF/ KTA1046/Y/ 2SD2395/EF/ 2SD2395/EF/ 2SD2395/EF/ C942 C932 C922 R932 C972 C952 C962 0.0047 0.0047 0.0047 0.0047 0.0047 R942 R922 0.0047 R963 R973 2.2K...

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    RX-8012VSL/RX-8010VBK Audio / V Audio signal input section R315 C301 R301 C311 2.2k 4.7/50 R305 IC301 C305 0.0018MY C307 0.0068MY 4.7/50 NJM4580DD R307 R309 470k C306 0.0018MY C308 0.0068MY R308 R310 470k R306 C312 R302 C302 IC301 4.7/50 R316 2.2k NJM4580DD 4.7/50...

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    RX-8012VSL/RX-8010VBK Video / S video signal input section R253 CN200 QGB2510K1-11 R254 R255 CN240 QGB2510K1-12 R225 C241 0.047 R240 J241 R241 C208 47/16 OSDCS C242 OSDDATA 4.7/50 C209 0.01 OSDCLK C244 0.047 C211 Q240 Q244 R231 Sheet 3/11 4.7/50 R207...

  • Page 38

    RX-8012VSL/RX-8010VBK DVD section C1381 C1382 C1383 R1370 R1379 R1380 R1381 C1352 100/10 J1370 R1371 C1384 C1385 C1386 CN480 R1393 R1396 47/25 4.7/50 4.7/50 R1395 D1391 D1392 100k QJK017-031301 100k 1SS133 1SS133 C1353 0.1u R1392 Q1391 J1380 IC387 KRA107M R1372 C1387...

  • Page 39

    RX-8012VSL/RX-8010VBK Audio amplifier section (1/2) C751 R761 R705 R707 Q761 R787 D771 Q707 1SS133 KTA1268/GL Q791 R771 KTA1268/GL/ R779 0.22( 7W) C795 R775 0.022 R791 VR787 R789 R795 C713 R777 R783 L791 D701 1SS133 R773 Q781 C715 R793 2SD637( Q.R)

  • Page 40

    RX-8012VSL/RX-8010VBK Audio amplifier section (2/2) R1721 C1713 R1703 2.2/50 C1751 R1751 Q1703 KTA1268/GL/ R1795 C1741 Q1751 47/100 C1711 2SD2390/OPY/-F6 C1712 D1771 0.01MY 1SS133 D1701 R1771 1SS133 Q1791 R1722 KTA1268/GL/ 3.3k R1712 R1773 R1761 R1753 C1791 R1723 C1701 0.22 0.022 R1701 C1703 3.3k...

  • Page 41

    RX-8012VSL/RX-8010VBK DSP section R2560 C2560 UN560 GP1FA550TZ C2561 TP_RX1 UN561 IC551 R2561 1.1K GP1FA550RZ C2553 C2555 C2556 AK4112AVF 100/4 LC551 C2551 CDTO NQR0322-001 R2571 5.1K CDTI C2562 CCLK TP_RX2 D_CS UN562 X2551 R2562 1.1K R2007 GP1FA550RZ 11.2896MHz LIN- C2013 R2022...

  • Page 42

    RX-8012VSL/RX-8010VBK System control & FL display section C409 C400 C410 4.7/50 4.7/50 4.7/50 DI400 QLF0084-001 Q402 Q404 CN412 D405 Q407 QGF1205F1-08 DTC114YKA DTC114TKA 1SS133 DTC114YKA Q408 Sheet 1/11 DTC114YKA CN410 IC411 QGF1205F1-10 M_CLK NJU7241F33 M_COMMAND M_STATUS M_CLK R459 IC400 VCRI...

  • Page 43

    RX-8012VSL/RX-8010VBK Tuner section FM/TUNER Signal Parts are safety assurance parts. When replacing those parts make AM Signal sure to use the specified one. CN101 SHEET 11/11 Sheet 3/11 2-14...

  • Page 44

    RX-8012VSL/RX-8010VBK Printed curcuit boards Main board B521 B522 B523 CN491 B241 B524 B525 CN72 B526 B527 CN82 B528 B529 B530 B531 S831 B117 R860 ST831 ST851 C853 B118 R863 B119 C847 C843 Q832 C886 B116 C846 B211 C890 C889 C844...

  • Page 45

    RX-8012VSL/RX-8010VBK Micon board FW51 PW28 B3230 B3191 RY63 PW40 B3122 CN55 PW29 B3231 B3234 TH71 B3123 B3430 B3233 B3334 RY62 CN71 PW22 PW25 CN56 PW60 B3236 B3235 CN811 PW27 PW23 B3192 B3331 PW24 PW21 B3237 B3130 PW19 PW26 PW18 PW17...

  • Page 46

    RX-8012VSL/RX-8010VBK Front board B1115 R424 B1114 B1313 B1118 R417 R423 R472 R419 K452 C446 C441 C442 C465 S431 R495 C462 R415 R477 R418 S424 S419 S415 S417 S423 S418 S420 C454 C431 R470 R425 R420 C463 C461 B1103 C440 K456...

  • Page 47

    RX-8012VSL/RX-8010VBK Input board (Forward side) R385 R1211 C259 R1227 C257 CN416 CN244 C260 R271 C1227 C256 C258 D240 C261 D241 C1228 IC242 IC241 R1228 C277 J241 J243 J242 C363 C1245 C364 Q1245 C210 IC301 Q1247 Q1248 C216 CN206 Q1249 Q1250...

  • Page 48

    RX-8012VSL/RX-8010VBK Input board (Reverse side) R390 R389 R388 R385 C253 R387 R1211 IC303 R345 C259 IC393 R1243 CN416 R1227 C257 CN244 R1225 R1241 C258 C260 R271 IC394 IC395 R1223 C256 C261 R346 D240 R1224 D241 R1226 R1242 IC241 R1244 R393...

  • Page 49

    RX-8012VSL/RX-8010VBK Power board DSP board Forward side B2131 R1873 B2501 B2425 R1823 R1831 B2130 C1843 C795 R1805 C1817 C1895 C1805 B2221 L1861 VR787 B2204 D1801 C1809 Q791 B2807 R1813 B2106 C717 R1811 R1861 C1807 D1871 B2206 C719 R1809 R1863 B2319...

  • Page 50: Tuner Board

    RX-8012VSL/RX-8010VBK Tuner board AT101 Q112 B105 D124 [DOM] D125 C107 B198 [DOM] B173 B197 Q103 B123 R108 R109 L111 B194 Q111 R119 C117 C118 C158 R105 R107 B180 R129 C157 B192 R146 C105 C168 B195 B189 B193 C138 C133 R103...

  • Page 51: Parts List

    RX-8010VBK/RX-8012VSL PARTS LIST [ RX-8010VBK ] [ RX-8012VSL ] * All printed circuit boards and its assemblies are not available as service parts. RX-8010VBK RX-8012VSL Area suffix Area suffix UW --------- Brazil,Mexico,Peru UJ -------------------- U.S.Military - Contents - Exploded view of general assembly and parts list...

  • Page 52

    RX-8010VBK/RX-8012VSL < M E M O >...

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    RX-8010VBK/RX-8012VSL Exploded view of general assembly and parts list Block No. Power trans board I/O board Vol sel Power trans board board Power/Fuse board Speaker board Relay board Audio Power supply Main board board board power switch board Front key &...

  • Page 54

    RX-8010VBK/RX-8012VSL RX-8010VBK/RX-8012VSL Parts list (General assembly) Parts list Block No. M1MM (General assembly) Block No. M1MM Item Parts number Parts name Q'ty Description Area Item Parts number Parts name Q'ty Description Area LV10469-005A FRONT PANEL RX-8012VSL QYSBST3006Z T.SCREW H.S BKT-CHASSIS...

  • Page 55

    RX-8010VBK/RX-8012VSL Electrical parts list (Main board) Block No. 01 Item Remarks Item Remarks Parts number Parts name Area Parts number Parts name Area C 801 QFN82CK-104 M CAPACITOR .10MF 10% 160V D 825 1SS133-T2 SI DIODE C 802 QFN82CK-104 M CAPACITOR .10MF 10% 160V...

  • Page 56

    RX-8010VBK/RX-8012VSL Electrical parts list (Main board) Block No. 01 Item Remarks Parts number Parts name Area R 864 QRE141J-472Y C RESISTOR 4.7K 5% 1/4W R 865 QRE141J-472Y C RESISTOR 4.7K 5% 1/4W R 866 QRE141J-472Y C RESISTOR 4.7K 5% 1/4W...

  • Page 57

    RX-8010VBK/RX-8012VSL Electrical parts list (Front board) Block No. 02 Item Remarks Item Remarks Parts number Parts name Area Parts number Parts name Area BK400 LV42092-001A FL HOLDER(R) D 480 SLR-342VC-T (STANDBY) BK401 LV42093-001A FL HOLDER(L) D 490 SLR-342VC-T (DIRECT) C 400...

  • Page 58

    RX-8010VBK/RX-8012VSL Electrical parts list (Front board) Block No. 02 Item Remarks Item Remarks Parts number Parts name Area Parts number Parts name Area R 440 NRSA63J-222X MG RESISTOR S 419 QSW0683-001Z PUSH SWITCH (PHONE) R 443 NRSA63J-102X MG RESISTOR S 420...

  • Page 59

    RX-8010VBK/RX-8012VSL Electrical parts list (Power board) Block No. 03 Item Remarks Item Remarks Parts number Parts name Area Parts number Parts name Area C 701 QTE1V06-106Z E CAPACITOR C1808 QETN1CM-107Z E CAPACITOR 100MF 20% 16V C 702 QTE1V06-106Z E CAPACITOR...

  • Page 60

    RX-8010VBK/RX-8012VSL Electrical parts list (Power board) Block No. 03 Item Remarks Item Remarks Parts number Parts name Area Parts number Parts name Area Q 712 KTC3200/GL/-T TRANSISTOR R 726 QRE141J-152Y C RESISTOR 1.5K 5% 1/4W Q 761 2SD2390/OPY/-F6 TRANSISTOR R 727...

  • Page 61

    RX-8010VBK/RX-8012VSL Electrical parts list (Power board) Block No. 03 Item Remarks Parts number Parts name Area R1793 QRE141J-183Y C RESISTOR 18K 5% 1/4W R1795 QRE141J-473Y C RESISTOR 47K 5% 1/4W R1801 QRE141J-222Y C RESISTOR 2.2K 5% 1/4W R1802 QRE141J-222Y C RESISTOR 2.2K 5% 1/4W...

  • Page 62

    RX-8010VBK/RX-8012VSL Electrical parts list (Input board) Block No. 04 Item Remarks Item Remarks Parts number Parts name Area Parts number Parts name Area C 201 QETN1HM-475Z E CAPACITOR 4.7MF 20% 50V C 308 QFLC1HJ-682Z M CAPACITOR 6800PF 5% 50V C 202...

  • Page 63

    RX-8010VBK/RX-8012VSL Electrical parts list (Input board) Block No. 04 Item Remarks Item Remarks Parts number Parts name Area Parts number Parts name Area CN243 QGB1214J1-10S CONNECTOR C1381 NCS31HJ-470X C CAPACITOR CN244 QGA2501F1-04 CONNECTOR C1382 NCS31HJ-470X C CAPACITOR CN311 QGB2510K1-14 CONNECTOR...

  • Page 64

    RX-8010VBK/RX-8012VSL Electrical parts list (Input board) Block No. 04 Item Remarks Item Remarks Parts number Parts name Area Parts number Parts name Area Q 200 KTA1267/YG/-T TRANSISTOR R 249 NRSA63J-151X MG RESISTOR Q 201 KTA1267/YG/-T TRANSISTOR R 250 NRSA63J-151X MG RESISTOR...

  • Page 65

    RX-8010VBK/RX-8012VSL (Input board) Electrical parts list Block No. 04 Item Remarks Item Remarks Parts number Parts name Area Parts number Parts name Area R 372 NRSA63J-471X MG RESISTOR R1336 NRSA63J-102X MG RESISTOR R 373 NRSA63J-471X MG RESISTOR R1341 NRSA63J-104X MG RESISTOR...

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    RX-8010VBK/RX-8012VSL Electrical parts list (DSP board) Block No. 05 Item Remarks Item Remarks Parts number Parts name Area Parts number Parts name Area C 571 NCB31HK-103X C CAPACITOR C2308 NEA71EM-475X E CAPACITOR C 573 NCF31CZ-104X C CAPACITOR C2347 NCS31HJ-330X C CAPACITOR...

  • Page 67

    RX-8010VBK/RX-8012VSL Electrical parts list (DSP board) Block No. 05 Item Remarks Item Remarks Parts number Parts name Area Parts number Parts name Area C2601 NCB31CK-104X C CAPACITOR R 575 NRSA63J-432X MG RESISTOR C2602 NCB31CK-104X C CAPACITOR R 576 NRSA63J-432X MG RESISTOR...

  • Page 68

    RX-8010VBK/RX-8012VSL Electrical parts list (DSP board) Block No. 05 Item Remarks Item Remarks Parts number Parts name Area Parts number Parts name Area R2507 NRSA63J-473X MG RESISTOR R2222 NRSA63J-333X MG RESISTOR R2508 NRSA63J-473X MG RESISTOR R2225 NRSA63J-104X MG RESISTOR R2511...

  • Page 69

    RX-8010VBK/RX-8012VSL Electrical parts list (Micon board) Block No. 06 Item Remarks Item Remarks Parts number Parts name Area Parts number Parts name Area QCZ9104-472 C CAPACITOR 4700PF D 52 1SR35-400A-T5 DIODE C 51 QFLC2AJ-472Z M CAPACITOR 4700PF 5% 100V D 53...

  • Page 70

    RX-8010VBK/RX-8012VSL Electrical parts list (Micon board) Block No. 06 Item Remarks Item Remarks Parts number Parts name Area Parts number Parts name Area Q 53 KRC105M-T D TRANSISTOR R 961 QRK126J-120X UNF C RESISTOR 12 5% 1/2W Q 71 KTA1046/Y/...

  • Page 71

    RX-8010VBK/RX-8012VSL Electrical parts list (Tuner board) Block No. 07 Item Remarks Item Remarks Parts number Parts name Area Parts number Parts name Area AT101 QNB0014-001 ANT TERMINAL R 122 NRSA02J-472X MG RESISTOR BK 1 LV31618-001A SHIELD BKT R 124 NRSA02J-222X...

  • Page 72

    RX-8010VBK/RX-8012VSL Packing materials and accessories parts list Block No. Block No. A2~A6 3-22...

  • Page 73

    RX-8010VBK/RX-8012VSL Parts list (Packing) Block No. M2MM Item Parts number Parts name Q'ty Description Area QPA02503505P POLY BAG FOR INST LV20989-017A PACKING CASE RX-8012VSL LV20989-019A PACKING CASE RX-8010VBK LV32034-003A SHEET LV20947-001A PACKING PAD LV20948-001A PACKING PAD QPC06507015P POLY BAG FOR SET...

  • Page 74

    RX-8012VSL/RX-8010VBK VICTOR COMPANY OF JAPAN, LIMITED AUDIO & COMMUNICATION BUSINESS DIVISION PERSONAL & MOBILE NETWORK BUSINESS UNIT. 10-1,1chome,Ohwatari-machi,Maebashi-city,371-8543,Japan (No.21002) 200106(V)

  • Page 75

    AUDIO/VIDEO CONTROL RECEIVER RECEPTOR DE CONTROL DE AUDIO/VÍDEO RECEPTOR DE COMANDO AUDIO/VÍDEO RX-8012VSL CATV/DBS VCR 1 AUDIO DVD MUILTI FM/AM TV/DBS VIDEO PHONO VCR 1 VCR 2 TAPE/MD SURROUND ANALOG/DIGITAL SLEEP ON/OFF MODE INPUT BASS ROOM RX-8012V AUDIO/VIDEO CONTROL RECEIVER LINE DIF .ECT...

  • Page 76

    Warnings, Cautions and Others / Avisos, precauciones y otras notas / Advertêcias, precauções e outras notas Caution –– switch! Precaução –– Interruptor Desconectar o cabo de alimentação para desligar a alimentação por Disconnect the mains plug to shut the power off completely. The completo.

  • Page 77

    Además, mantenga la mejor circulación de aire posible como se ilustra. Spacing 15 cm or more Espacio de 15 cm o más Espaço de 15 cm ou mais RX-8012VSL Wall or obstructions Front Pared u obstrucciones Frente Parede ou obstáculo...

  • Page 78: Table Of Contents

    Selecting the Analog or Digital Input Mode ......20 AV COMPU LINK Remote Control System ..47 Showing the Text Information on the Display ......21 Operating JVC’s Audio/Video Components ... 49 Basic Setting and Adjustment — Auto Memory ...... 21 Operating Audio Components ..........49 Receiving Radio Broadcasts ......

  • Page 79: Parts Identification

    Parts Identification Become familiar with the buttons and controls on the receiver before use. Refer to the pages in parentheses for details. 3 4 5 pq w e r t RX-8012V AUDIO/VIDEO CONTROL RECEIVER FM/AM TUNING FM/AM PRESET FM MODE STANDBY MASTER VOLUME MEMORY...

  • Page 80: Getting Started

    Getting Started This section explains how to connect audio/video components and speakers to the receiver, and how to connect the power supply. Before Installation Connecting the FM and AM Antennas FM Antenna Connections General • Be sure your hands are dry. •...

  • Page 81: Connecting The Speakers

    AM Antenna Connections Basic connecting procedure Snap the tabs on the loop into the ANTENNA slots of the base to assemble the FM 75 AM loop. COAXIAL 1 Cut, twist and remove the insulation at the end of AM Loop Antenna LOOP each speaker signal cable (not supplied).

  • Page 82: Connecting Audio/video Components

    About the speaker impedance Connecting Audio/Video Components The required speaker impedance of the front speakers does differ depending on whether both the FRONT SPEAKERS 1 and FRONT You can connect the following audio/video components to this SPEAKERS 2 terminals are used or only one of them is used. receiver.

  • Page 83

    Video component connections CD player AUDIO RIGHT LEFT Use the cables with RCA pin plugs (not supplied). Connect the white plug to the audio left jack, the red plug to the REAR audio right jack, and the yellow plug to the video jack. •...

  • Page 84

    TV and/or DBS tuner Video camera The VIDEO input terminals on the front panel are convenient when When connecting the TV to the AUDIO jacks (TV SOUND/ connecting and disconnecting the equipment frequently. DBS), DO NOT connect the TV’s video output to these video input terminals.

  • Page 85: Digital Connections

    Notes: Digital Connections • When shipped from the factory, the DIGITAL IN terminals have This receiver is equipped with four DIGITAL IN terminals — one been set for use with the following components. digital coaxial terminal and three digital optical terminals, and one –...

  • Page 86: Usb Connection

    5. Check if the drivers are correctly installed. USB Connection 1. Open the Control Panel on your PC: Select [Start] = This receiver is equipped with a USB terminal on the front panel. [Settings] = [Control Panel] You can connect your PC to this terminal and enjoy sound 2.

  • Page 87: Connecting The Power Cord

    Connecting the Power Cord Putting Batteries in the Remote Control Before using the remote control, put two supplied batteries first. Before plugging the receiver into an AC outlet, make sure that all connections have been made. When using the remote control, aim the remote control directly at the remote sensor on the receiver.

  • Page 88: Basic Operations

    Basic Operations The following operations are commonly used when you play any sound source. Before using the remote control From the remote control: To turn on the power, press AUDIO How to confirm the remote control operation mode AUDIO The STANDBY lamp on the front panel goes off. The display window on the remote control shows following The name of the current source and Surround/ information for about 10 seconds when you press certain buttons on...

  • Page 89: Adjusting The Volume

    On the front panel: Notes: • When connecting an MD recorder (to the TAPE/MD jacks), and a DVD MULTI VCR 1 VCR 2 VIDEO TV SOUND/DBS DBS tuner (to the TV SOUND/DBS jacks), change the source names shown on the display. For details, see page 16. SOURCE NAME •...

  • Page 90: Selecting The Front Speakers

    Selecting the Front Speakers Muting the Sound On the front panel ONLY: From the remote control ONLY: When you have connected two pairs of the front speakers, you can Press MUTING to mute the sound through all MUTING select which to use. speakers and headphones connected.

  • Page 91: Activating The Subwoofer Sound

    Activating the Subwoofer Sound Attenuating the Input Signal When the input level of the playing source is too high, the sounds You can cancel the subwoofer sound even though you have connected a subwoofer and have set “SUBWOOFER” to “YES” will be distorted.

  • Page 92: Adjusting The Equalization Patterns

    Adjusting the Equalization Patterns Using the Sleep Timer You can adjust equalization to your preference. Using the Sleep Timer, you can fall asleep to music and know the • You can do this setting for each source. receiver will turn off by itself rather than play all night. Before you start, remember..

  • Page 93: Basic Settings

    Basic Settings Some of the following settings are required after connecting and positioning your speakers in your listening room, while others will make operations easier. When changing the source name from “TV” to Adjusting the Front Speaker Output “DBS”: Balance •...

  • Page 94: Setting The Subwoofer Information

    Setting the Speakers for a Surround Setting the Subwoofer Information Field Register whether you have connected a subwoofer or not. To obtain the best possible surround sound of the Surround and DSP Before you start, remember..modes, you have to register the information about the speakers •...

  • Page 95

    Center Delay Time Setting Center Register the delay time of the sound from the center speaker, speaker Right front Left front comparing to that of the sound from the front speakers. speaker speaker If the distance from your listening point to the center speaker is equal to that to the front speakers, select 0 ms.

  • Page 96: Digital Input (digital In) Terminal Setting

    Low Frequency Effect Attenuator Setting To set the DIGITAL 2/3/4 terminals: If the bass sound is distorted while playing back a source using 1. Press SETTING again until T SETTING Dolby Digital or DTS Digital Surround, follow the procedure below. DIGITAL 2/3/4 terminals' setting appears on the display.

  • Page 97: Selecting The Analog Or Digital Input Mode

    When playing a software encoded with the Dolby Digital or Selecting the Analog or Digital Input DTS Digital Surround, “DGTL AUTO” may not work properly Mode and the following symptoms may occur: • Sound does not come out at the beginning of playback. When you have connected digital source components using the •...

  • Page 98: Showing The Text Information On The Display

    Showing the Text Information on the Basic Setting and Adjustment — Auto Memory Display Without any setting required, this receiver stores different sound When you have connected an MD recorder or CD player equipped settings for each different playing source automatically whenever with TEXT COMPU LINK remote control system (see page 42), you do the following: you can show the text information, such as disc title or track title,...

  • Page 99: Receiving Radio Broadcasts

    Receiving Radio Broadcasts You can browse through all the stations or use the preset function to go immediately to a particular station. Notes: Setting the AM Tuner Interval Spacing • When a station of sufficient signal strength is tuned in, the TUNED indicator lights up on the display.

  • Page 100: Selecting The Fm Reception Mode

    To tune in a preset station Selecting the FM Reception Mode On the front panel: When an FM stereo broadcast is hard to 1. Press FM/AM to select the band FM/AM receive or noisy (FM or AM). You can change the FM reception mode while receiving an FM The FM/AM lamp on the front panel button lights up.

  • Page 101: Creating A Surround Field In Your Room

    Creating a Surround Field in Your Room The built-in Surround Processor provides Surround mode and four types of the DSP (Digital Signal Processor) mode — DAP (Digital Acoustic Processor) mode, 5 CH/4 CH Stereo mode, 3D-PHONIC mode, and HEADPHONE DSP mode. With this receiver, you can use a Surround mode and a DSP mode at the same time.

  • Page 102: Reproducing The Sound Field

    The 3D-PHONIC mode is the result Direct sounds reach the listener directly without any reflection. On of research on sound localization technology carried out at JVC for the other hand, indirect sounds are delayed by the distances of the many years.

  • Page 103: Available Dsp Modes According To The Speaker Arrangement

    Available DSP Modes According to the Speaker Arrangement Available DSP modes will vary depending on how many speakers are used with this receiver. Make sure that you have set the speaker information correctly (see page 17). Speaker arrangements Available DSP modes Each time you press DSP MODE, the DSP modes change as follows: \ THEATER 2 \ HALL 1...

  • Page 104: Adjusting The Surround Modes

    5. Select the speaker you want to adjust. Adjusting the Surround Modes • To select the center speaker level, press CENTER. “CTR” appears on the remote control display window. You can also use a Surround mode with a DAP mode (see page 30). •...

  • Page 105: Adjusting The Dap Modes

    On the front panel: 2. Press SURROUND ON/OFF to SURROUND ON/OFF activate an appropriate Surround 1. Press DSP MODE repeatedly until DSP MODE mode — PRO LOGIC, DOLBY the DAP mode you want to adjust DIGITAL or DTS SURROUND. — THEATER 1, THEATER 2, The SURROUND ON/OFF lamp on the front panel button lights HALL 1, HALL 2, LIVE CLUB, DANCE CLUB, or PAVILION —...

  • Page 106

    4. Adjust the overall levels of the effect. 3. Select the speaker you want to adjust. EFFECT SETT 1) Press EFFECT repeatedly until • To select the center speaker level, press CENTER. “EFFECT” appears on the display. “CTR” appears on the remote control display window. The display shows the current setting.

  • Page 107: Adjusting The Surround Modes With The Dap Modes

    9. Press LIVENESS to adjust the liveness. 5. Press TEST to check the speaker TEST LIVENESS • Each time you press the button, the output balance. MENU liveness changes as follows: “TEST TONE L” starts flashing on the display, and a test tone comes out of the LIVENESS 1 LIVENESS 2 LIVENESS 3...

  • Page 108

    11.Press EFFECT to adjust the 3. Press DSP MODE repeatedly until DSP MODE EFFECT overall level of the effect. the DAP mode you want to adjust MENU • Each time you press the button, the effect — THEATER 1, THEATER 2, level changes as follows: HALL 1, HALL 2, LIVE CLUB, DANCE CLUB, or PAVILION —...

  • Page 109: Adjusting The 5 Ch/4 Ch Stereo Mode

    7. Adjust the room size (sense of spaciousness). 2. Adjust the speaker output levels. 1) Press EFFECT repeatedly until 1) Press LEVEL ADJUST repeatedly LEVEL EFFECT SETTIN ADJUST “ROOMSIZE” appears on the display. until one of the following indications The display shows the current setting. appears on the display.

  • Page 110: Adjusting The 3d-phonic Modes

    ∗ BAL L 4. Press LEVEL +/– to adjust the 3. Adjust the center tone. EFFECT SETT speaker output levels (–10 dB to 1) Press EFFECT repeatedly until “CTR ∗ LEVEL TONE” appears on the display. − +10 dB). The display shows the current setting. ∗...

  • Page 111

    6. Press CTR TONE to select the CTR TONE ––––––––––––––– MEMO ––––––––––––––– center tone level you want. ENTER • Each time you press the button, the display Use this column to write down your DSP mode adjustments for changes to show the following: your future reference.

  • Page 112: Using The Dvd Multi Playback Mode

    Using the DVD MULTI Playback Mode This receiver provides the DVD MULTI playback mode for reproducing the analog discrete output mode of the DVD player. Before playing back a DVD, refer also to the manual supplied with the DVD player. From the remote control: Activating the DVD MULTI Playback Mode 1.

  • Page 113: Using The On-screen Menus

    Using the On-Screen Menus You can use the Menus on the TV screen to control the receiver. To use this function, you need to connect the TV to the MONITOR OUT jack on the rear panel (see page 7), and set the TV’s input mode to the proper position to which the receiver is connected.

  • Page 114: Adjusting The Equalization Pattern

    For Surround mode, Surround mode with DAP Adjusting the Equalization Pattern mode: (Also see page 15) “TEST TONE”: Output a test tone. 1. Press MENU. “L/R BALANCE”: Adjust the right and left balance The MENU appears on the TV. of the front speakers. •...

  • Page 115: Adjusting The Dvd Multi Playback Mode

    7. Press 5 / ∞ to move 5. Press 5 / ∞ to move to the item you want to set or adjust, then press 2 / 3. to “EFFECT ADJUST,” then press 2 / 3. On this adjustment menu, you can do the following: “L/R BALANCE”: Adjust the right and left balance The EFFECT ADJUST menu...

  • Page 116: Selecting The Line Direct Function

    Selecting the Line Direct Function Operating the Tuner (Also see pages 22 and 23) (Also see page 14) 1. Select FM or AM as the playing source. 1. Press MENU. Press FM/AM. The MENU appears on the TV. • Pressing one of the 5 / ∞ / 2 / 3 buttons also displays the 2.

  • Page 117: Setting The Basic Setting Items

    SETTING 2 menu Setting the Basic Setting Items “DIGITAL 1/2/3/4”: Set the digital input terminal 1/2/3/4 (Also see pages 16 – 21) (see page 19). 1. Press MENU. “VIDEO DVD”: Set the video input terminal for the The MENU appears on the TV. DVD player (see page 16).

  • Page 118: Compu Link Remote Control System

    COMPU LINK Remote Control System The COMPU LINK remote control system allows you to operate JVC audio components through the remote sensor on the receiver. To use this remote control system, you need to connect JVC audio Automatic Source Selection...

  • Page 119: Text Compu Link Remote Control System

    TEXT COMPU LINK Remote Control System The TEXT COMPU LINK remote control system has been developed to deal with the disc information recorded in the CD Text* and MDs. Using these information in the discs, you can operate the CD player or MD recorder equipped with the TEXT COMPU LINK remote control system through the receiver.

  • Page 120: Showing The Disc Information On The Tv Screen

    1 Source name: CD or MD OPERATIONS: 2 Select , then press SET to change the disc. 3 Track numbers and track titles. To use this remote control system, you need to connect the TV to the • When you move to a track number, you can change the track information by pressing 2 / 3.

  • Page 121: Searching For A Disc (only For The Cd Player)

    Search for a disc by its disc title: Searching for a Disc (Only for the CD player) 1. Press TEXT DISPLAY while “CD” is selected as Search for a disc by its performer: the source. 1. Press TEXT DISPLAY while “CD” is selected as The Disc Information screen appears on the TV.

  • Page 122: Entering The Disc Information

    Search for a disc by its genre: Entering the Disc Information 1. Press TEXT DISPLAY while “CD” is selected as For the CD Player with the disc memory function: the source. You can use the disc memory function through this receiver. The Disc Information screen appears on the TV.

  • Page 123

    For the MD recorder: 4. Repeat step 3 until you finish putting a You can write the disc information (disc title and song titles) into the disc. You can only write the song title for the song currently performer name (up to selected.

  • Page 124: Av Compu Link Remote Control System

    This receiver is equipped with the AV COMPU LINK-III, which added a function to operate JVC video components through the video components terminals. To use this remote control system, you need to connect the video components you want to operate, following the diagrams below and the procedure on the next page.

  • Page 125

    One-Touch DVD Play 1. If you have already plugged your VCR 1 (VCR connected to the VCR 1 jacks), DVD player, TV Simply by starting playback on the DVD player, you can enjoy the DVD playback without setting other switches manually. and this receiver into the AC outlets, unplug their •...

  • Page 126: Operating Jvc's Audio/video Components

    Operating JVC’s Audio/Video Components You can operate JVC’s audio and video components with this receiver’s remote control, since control signals for JVC components are preset in the remote control. Tuner Operating Audio Components You can always perform the following operations:...

  • Page 127

    CD changer CD recorder After selecting “CDDSC” by pressing CONTROL repeatedly, you After pressing CDR (or selecting “CDR” by pressing CONTROL can perform the following operations on a CD changer: repeatedly), you can perform the following operations on a CD recorder: 3 PLAY: Starts playing.

  • Page 128: Operating Video Components

    VCR 1: using cables with RCA pin plugs (see pages 6 and 7). 1 – 9, 0: • Some JVC VCRs can accept two types of the control signals — Selects the TV channels on the VCR. 3 PLAY: remote code “A”...

  • Page 129: Operating Other Manufacturers' Video Equipment

    Operating Other Manufacturers’ Video Equipment To change the transmittable signals for This remote control supplied with the receiver can transmit control signals for other manufacturers’ VCRs, TVs, CATV converters, operating another manufacturer’s TV DBS tuners and DVD players. By changing the transmittable signals from preset ones to the other manufacturers’, you can operate the other manufacturer’s components using this remote control.

  • Page 130

    To change the transmittable signals for For CATV converter operating a CATV converter or DBS tuner Manufacturer Codes GENERAL INSTRUMENT 06, 07, 08, 09, 10, 11, 1. Press and hold CATV/DBS 12, 13, 14, 29 HAMLIN/REGAL 01, 02, 03, 04, 05 2.

  • Page 131

    Manufacturer Codes After pressing DVD, these buttons ROOM 00, 26, 27, 28, 29, 58 EFFECT can be used for the DVD menu SIZE AIWA 01, 02 operations. MENU BELL & HOWELL TEST CTR TONE LIVENESS BLAUPUNKT 04, 05 Note: 06, 07 ENTER ∗L/R BAL For detailed menu operations, refer to...

  • Page 132: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting Use this chart to help you solve daily operational problems. If there is any problem you cannot solve, contact your JVC service center. PROBLEM POSSIBLE CAUSE SOLUTION The display does not light up. The power cord is not plugged in.

  • Page 133

    PROBLEM POSSIBLE CAUSE SOLUTION “OVERLOAD” starts flashing on the Speakers are overloaded because of high 1. Press STANDBY/ON on the front display. volume. panel to turn off the receiver. 2. Stop the playback source. 3. Turn on the receiver again, and adjust the volume.

  • Page 134: Specifications

    Specifications Amplifier Output Power: At Stereo operation: 100 W* per channel, min. RMS, driven into 8 Ω at 1 kHz with no Front channels: more than 0.8% total harmonic distortion. (IEC268-3/DIN) At Surround operation: 100 W* per channel, min. RMS, driven into 8 Ω at 1 kHz with no Front channels: more than 0.8% total harmonic distortion.

  • Page 135

    FM tuner (IHF) Tuning Range: 87.50 MHz to 108.00 MHz 12.8 dBf (1.2 µV/75 Ω) Usable Sensitivity: Monaural: 21.3 dBf (3.2 µV/75 Ω) 50 dB Quieting Sensitivity: Monaural: 41.3 dBf (31.5 µV/75 Ω) Stereo: Signal-to-Noise Ratio (IHF-A weighted): Monaural: 78 dB at 85 dBf Stereo: 73 dB at 85 dBf Total Harmonic Distortion:...

  • Page 136

    Mains (AC) Line Instruction (not applicable for Europe, U.S.A., Canada, Australia and U.K.) Instrucción sobre la línea de la red (CA) (no aplicable para Europa, EE.UU., Canadá, Australia, ni el Reino Unido) Instrução sobre a tensão da rede eléctrica (CA) (não aplicável para a Europa, os E.U.A., o Canadá, a Austrália e o Reino Unido) 110V 220V...

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