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HISTORY INFORMATION FOR THE FOLLOWING MANUAL:

SERVICE MANUAL

MODEL NAME
KD-30XS955
KD-30XS955
KD-34XBR960
KD-34XBR960
KD-34XS955
KD-34XS955
KD-34XS955
KD-36XS955
KD-36XS955
ORIGINAL MANUAL ISSUE DATE: 6/2004
REVISION DATE
6/2004
9-965-965-01
REMOTE COMMANDER
RM-Y199
RM-Y199
RM-Y201
RM-Y201
RM-Y199
RM-Y199
RM-Y199
RM-Y199
RM-Y199
REVISION TYPE
SUBJECT
No revisions or updates are applicable at this time.
DA-4
DESTINATION
CHASSIS NO.
US
SCC-S66U-A
HAWAII
SCC-S69K-A
US
SCC-S66V-A
HAWAII
SCC-S69L-A
US
SCC-S66W-A
CANADA
SCC-S70V-A
HAWAII
SCC-S69M-A
US
SCC-S66X-A
HAWAII
SCC-S69N-A
®
TRINITRON
COLOR TELEVISION
CHASSIS

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  • Page 1: Service Manual

    HISTORY INFORMATION FOR THE FOLLOWING MANUAL: DA-4 SERVICE MANUAL CHASSIS MODEL NAME REMOTE COMMANDER DESTINATION CHASSIS NO. KD-30XS955 RM-Y199 SCC-S66U-A KD-30XS955 RM-Y199 HAWAII SCC-S69K-A KD-34XBR960 RM-Y201 SCC-S66V-A KD-34XBR960 RM-Y201 HAWAII SCC-S69L-A KD-34XS955 RM-Y199 SCC-S66W-A KD-34XS955 RM-Y199 CANADA SCC-S70V-A KD-34XS955 RM-Y199...
  • Page 2 Self Diagnosis Supported model DA-4 SERVICE MANUAL CHASSIS MODEL NAME REMOTE COMMANDER DESTINATION CHASSIS NO. KD-30XS955 RM-Y199 SCC-S66U-A KD-30XS955 RM-Y199 HAWAII SCC-S69K-A KD-34XBR960 RM-Y201 SCC-S66V-A KD-34XBR960 RM-Y201 HAWAII SCC-S69L-A KD-34XS955 RM-Y199 SCC-S66W-A KD-34XS955 RM-Y199 CANADA SCC-S70V-A KD-34XS955 RM-Y199 HAWAII SCC-S69M-A...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 TABLE OF CONTENTS SECTION TITLE PAGE SECTION TITLE PAGE Specifi cations ................. 4 SECTION 4: CIRCUIT ADJUSTMENTS..........27 Warnings and Cautions ..............6 4-1. Setting Service Adjustment Mode ........27 Safety Check-Out ................7 4-1.1. Service Adjustment Mode In ........27 Self-Diagnostic Function..............
  • Page 4: Specifi Cations

    Dolby, Pro Logic, and the double-D symbol are registered trademarks of Dolby Laboratories. SRS (SOUND RETRIEVAL SYSTEM) is manufactured by Sony Corporation under license from SRS Labs, Inc. It is TruSurround covered by U.S. Patent No. 4,748,669. Other U.S. and foreign ™...
  • Page 5 Picture tube ® FD Trinitron tube Visible screen size 30-inch picture measured diagonally (KD-30XS955 Only) 34-inch picture measured diagonally (KD-34XBR960/34XS955 Only) 36-inch picture measured diagonally (KD-36XS955 Only) Actual screen size 32-inch measured diagonally (KD-30XS955 Only) 36-inch measured diagonally (KD-34XBR960/34XS955 Only)
  • Page 6: Warnings And Cautions

    Ne les remplacer que par des composants Sony dont le numero de piece est indique dans le present manuel ou dans des supplements publies par Sony. Les reglages de circuit dont l’importance est critique pour la securite du fonctionnement sont identifi...
  • Page 7: Safety Check-out

    KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 SAFETY CHECK-OUT Leakage Test After correcting the original service problem, perform the following The AC leakage from any exposed metal part to earth ground and from safety checks before releasing the set to the customer: all exposed metal parts to any exposed metal part having a return to chassis, must not exceed 0.5 mA (500 microamperes).
  • Page 8: Self-diagnostic Function

    KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 Self Diagnosis SELF-DIAGNOSTIC FUNCTION Supported model The units in this manual contain a self-diagnostic function. If an error occurs, the STANDBY/TIMER LED will automatically begin to fl ash. The number of times the LED fl ashes translates to a probable source of the problem. A defi nition of the STANDBY/TIMER LED fl ash indicators is listed in the instruction manual for the user’s knowledge and reference.
  • Page 9 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 Self-Diagnostic Screen Display For errors with symptoms such as “power sometimes shuts off” or “screen sometimes goes out” that cannot be confi rmed, it is possible to bring up past occurrences of failure on the screen for confi rmation.
  • Page 10 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 +B overcurrent (OCP) Occurs when excessive current fl ows through R5013. The increase in voltage across R5013 causes the output of Q5004 to go high, and this high signal goes to the micro. +B overvoltage (OVP) IC6505 detects +B OVP condition and turns on Q6522. This sends a high signal to the micro and also shuts down the AC relay.
  • Page 11: Section 1: Disassembly

    KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 SECTION 1: DISASSEMBLY 1-1.REAR COVER REMOVAL 4 Screws +BVTP 4 x 16 Rear Cover 5 Screws +BVTP 4 x 16 3 Screws +BVTP 4 x 16 1-2.CHASSIS ASSEMBLY REMOVAL Lift lever up on the right and left sides of the chassis bracket and gently pull the chassis assembly away from the bezel.
  • Page 12: Picture Tube Removal

    KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 1-4.PICTURE TUBE REMOVAL WARNING: BEFORE REMOVING THE ANODE CAP High voltage remains in the CRT even after the power is disconnected. To avoid electric shock, Coated discharge CRT before attempting to remove the anode cap. Short between anode and CRT Earth coated earth ground strap.
  • Page 13: Section 2: Set-up Adjustments

    KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 SECTION 2: SET-UP ADJUSTMENTS The following adjustments should be made when a complete Perform the adjustments in order as follows: realignment is required or a new picture tube is installed. 1. Beam Landing 2. Convergence These adjustments should be performed with rated power supply 3.
  • Page 14: 2-2. V-pin And V-cen Adjustment

    KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 2-2. V-PIN AND V-CEN ADJUSTMENT 2-3.2. OPERATION OF BMC (HEXAPOLE) MAGNET Preparation: • Input a cross hatch pattern signal. The respective dot positions result from moving each magnet interact. • Set Video Mode to: Standard (Reset) Perform the following adjustments while tracking.
  • Page 15: 2-3.4. Screen-corner Convergence

    KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 2-3.4. SCREEN-CORNER CONVERGENCE 5. RLBW (Right Lower BOW) Preparation: • Input a cross hatch pattern signal. 1. Affi x a permalloy assembly corresponding to the misconverged areas. 6. RLMB (Right Lower Middle BOW) a-d: screen-corner misconvergence 7. LSAP (Left H AMP) 8.
  • Page 16: 2-4. Focus Adjustment

    KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 2-4. FOCUS ADJUSTMENT DQP Dot Pattern Upper Corner Confi rm neck assembly Z axis position. (See Figure 1) 1. Input a dot signal. 2. Set Video Mode to STANDARD. Center Horizontal Line 3. Adjust focus VR counter clockwise (Over Focus) to confi rm the dot’s shape.
  • Page 17: Screen (g2)

    KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 2-5. SCREEN (G2) 1. Input composite white fi eld into Video 1. 2. Set to service mode and adjust as follows: (Fig. 1) Opeartion Procedure Standards Notes 1) In Full mode, apply changes in Fig. 1 CXA2170P-2 PICO 1-> 0 32RDE, 36RDE, 38RFN 2) Mount G2 adjustment jig.
  • Page 18 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 2-6.2. VIDEO INPUT - SUB HUE/SUB COLOR 2-6.3. RF INPUT - SUB CONTRAST ADJUSTMENT ADJUSTMENT Preparation: Preparation: • Input a Color Bar signal to VIDEO 1 (75 IRE 75%). • Input a Color Bar signal to RF (75 IRE 75%).
  • Page 19: 2-7. White Balance (crt) And Sub Bright Adjustment

    KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 2-6.4. RF INPUT - SUB HUE/SUB COLOR 4. Adjust color according to Service Mode for SHUE. ADJUSTMENT 2103-1 Preparation: NO. Name Control Function • Input a Color Bar signal to RF (75 IRE 75%). 03 SCOL SUB COLOR • Set picture mode: single (FULL) (PRO MODE Reset).
  • Page 20: 2-8. H Raster Center Adjustment

    KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 2-7.1. COLOR OFFSET ADJUSTMENT 2-8. H RASTER CENTER ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE Preparation: • Input a monoscope signal. Preparation: • Set to NTSC (DRC) mode. • Input an all white (30 IRE) signal to the specifi ed input. • Adjust the white balance using the specifi ed registers.
  • Page 21: 2-9. Picture Distortion Adjustments

    KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 2-9. PICTURE DISTORTION ADJUSTMENTS CXA2170D-2 Item 1. HPOS (H-POSITION) 2-9.1. NTSC (DRC) FULL MODE ADJUSTMENT 1. Face the picture tube in an east-west direction. (For best condition.) Item 2. HSIZ (H-SIZE) 2. Input a monoscope and crosshatch signal. 3. Adjust the picture distortion with the two signals to balance the best condition between the two.
  • Page 22: 2-9.3. Vertical Compressed Mode Check And Confi Rmation (for 4x3 Crt Only)

    KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 2-9.2. 1080I HD MODE ADJUSTMENT 2-9.4. NORMAL, ZOOM AND WIDE ZOOM MODES 1. Input a 1080i cross-hatch signal and an HD monoscope full signal that contains overscan markers. (From service mode, verify 1080I 1. Check Normal and Zoom modes for size and position.
  • Page 23: Section 3: Safety Related Adjustments

    KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 SECTION 3: SAFETY RELATED ADJUSTMENTS 3-1. PREPARATION BEFORE 3-4. HIGH VOLTAGE (HV) CHECK CONFIRMATION Standard:................32.5 ± 0.5 kV Measurement point:............Anode of CRT Standard....................135.3 ± 1 VAC Input Video Signal:............All Black Signal Check Condition: Picture level:..........Picture/Brightness Minimum AC input voltage: 120 (± 2) VAC Note: If using a stabilized power supply, make sure that the distortion 3-5.
  • Page 24: 3-7. Ik Protector Check

    KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 3-6-2. HIGH LIGHT CONDITION 3-8. HOLD DOWN CHECK Input Video Signal:............All White Signal 1. Using an external DC power supply, apply 5.3 + 0.5 Vdc Picture level:..........Picture/Brightness Adjustment between Pin 2 of CN507 (jig connector) and ground (Pin 8) on AZ board.
  • Page 25: Hs Service Flowchart

    KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 3-10.HS SERVICE FLOWCHART Start Is DZ Board Is the spare part on changed? P. 26 changed? Which category part on P. 26 changed? Category B Category A Category C Category D Category E Confirm: Confirm: Confirm: Confirm: Confirm: Confirm:...
  • Page 26: Hs Service Flowchart Table

    KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 HS SERVICE FLOWCHART TABLE Ref. # Category T8001 R8015 R8017 R8019 R8035 R8036 R8037 R8038 R8039 R8040 R8043 R8078 R8165 IC8005 IC8104 R8012 R8014 R8016 R8021 R8027 R8029 R8030 R8031 R8046 R8052 R8059 R8060 R8066 R8072 R8079 R8082 R6590...
  • Page 27: Section 4: Circuit Adjustments

    KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 SECTION 4: CIRCUIT ADJUSTMENTS ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS BY REMOTE COMMANDER Use the Remote Commander (RM-Y199, RM-Y201) to perform the circuit adjustments in this section. Test Equipment Required: 1. Pattern generator 2. Frequency counter 3. Digital multimeter 4. Audio oscillator 4-1. SETTING SERVICE ADJUSTMENT MODE 4-1.3.
  • Page 28: Memory Write Confi Rmation Method

    KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 4-2. MEMORY WRITE CONFIRMATION METHOD 1. After adjustment, pull out the plug from the AC outlet, then replace the plug in the AC outlet again. 2. Turn the power switch ON and set to Service Mode. 3. Call the adjusted items again to confi rm they were adjusted.
  • Page 29: 4-4. Service Data

    KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 4-4. SERVICE DATA KD-34XBR960 SERVICE DATA ONLY VIDEO & AUDIO NOT be Adjustment data at Adjustment data at F/A Category Item Range Fix data memorized VERSION VER* DMY1* 0-255 3D-COMB NRMD* Note: Item* uses the fixed setting in normal TV operations.
  • Page 30 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 VIDEO & AUDIO KD-34XBR960 SERVICE DATA ONLY NOT be Adjustment data at Adjustment data at F/A Category Item Range Fix data memorized 2103-1 V5/V6/ATSC Others HDMI YLEV 0-62 CLEV 0-63 CV/YC SCON 0-15 SCOL 0-15 SHUE 0-15 YDLY CV/YC...
  • Page 31 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 VIDEO & AUDIO KD-34XBR960 SERVICE DATA ONLY NOT be Adjustment data at Adjustment data at F/A Category Item Range Fix data memorized 2103-2 YLEV 0-63 CLEV 0-63 CV/YC SCON 0-15 SCOL 0-15 SHUE 0-15 YDLY SHAP 0-15 SHF0 PREO...
  • Page 32 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 VIDEO & AUDIO KD-34XBR960 SERVICE DATA ONLY NOT be Adjustment data at Adjustment data at F/A Category Item Range Fix data memorized 2170P-1 HDMI ATSC V5/V6 CV/YC 480i YOSW TCOF* V5&6 HDMI MS / ATSC RF/CV/YC 480i 480p 720p...
  • Page 33 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 VIDEO & AUDIO KD-34XBR960 SERVICE DATA ONLY NOT be Adjustment data at Adjustment data at F/A Category Item Range Fix data memorized 2170P-2 Other ATSC HDMI ATSC HDMI Note; i.Link PT=Bypass MID CLPP (HDPT=0) CLPG CLPS PPAD SYNP HVBT...
  • Page 34 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 VIDEO & AUDIO KD-34XBR960 SERVICE DATA ONLY NOT be Adjustment data at Adjustment data at F/A Category Item Range Fix data memorized V5/V6 HDMI ATSC 2170P-3 CV/YC Twin 480i 480p 1080i 720p 480i 480p 1080i 720p 480i 480p 1080i...
  • Page 35 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 VIDEO & AUDIO KD-34XBR960 SERVICE DATA ONLY NOT be Adjustment data at Adjustment data at F/A Category Item Range Fix data memorized 2170P-4 Other YCON VDO (HDMI) Note: VDO (V5/V6) MS / ATSC PT = Pass Through SPIC 0-15...
  • Page 36 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 VIDEO & AUDIO KD-34XBR960 SERVICE DATA ONLY NOT be Adjustment data at Adjustment data at F/A Category Item Range Fix data memorized Single 2170P-4 Others Others 1080 Vcom ABLT 0-15 SPOF 0-31 BLK = 0 BLK = 1 BLK = 2...
  • Page 37 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 VIDEO & AUDIO KD-34XBR960 SERVICE DATA ONLY NOT be Adjustment data at Adjustment data at F/A Category Item Range Fix data memorized AUDIO ASYS TRCV BACV MDCV SVHI SVLO MIDL 0-15 LOFQ SBAS 0-15 MIDT 0-15 none STRE 0-15...
  • Page 38 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 VIDEO & AUDIO KD-34XBR960 SERVICE DATA ONLY NOT be Adjustment data at Adjustment data at F/A Category Item Range Fix data memorized HPRM 0-255 HPRS 0-255 YSYM CCDI CRIP PHLD CHMK 0-63 LANG* 0-15 DATA VCHP CLMP SYSV ID1M*...
  • Page 39 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 VIDEO & AUDIO KD-34XBR960 SERVICE DATA ONLY NOT be Adjustment data at Adjustment data at F/A Category Item Range Fix data memorized 3DNR Vivid Standard Movie 480i Others 480i Others 480i Others 480i Others 0-15 Vivid Standard Movie 480i...
  • Page 40 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 VIDEO & AUDIO KD-34XBR960 SERVICE DATA ONLY NOT be Adjustment data at Adjustment data at F/A Category Item Range Fix data memorized DRCV MFVR ISEL CV/YC V5/V6-480i HDMI ATSC Vivid ORES 0-255 Standard Movie CV/YC V5/V6-480i HDMI ATSC Vivid...
  • Page 41 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 DEFLECTION KD-34XBR960 SERVICE DATA ONLY NOT be Adjustment data Adjustment data Category Item Range Fix data memorized at CBA at F/A 2170D-1 VPOS 0-63 V Position VSIZ V Size 0-63 Note: 1080Full Others Used for PJ only VSZO V Size Offset...
  • Page 42 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 DEFLECTION KD-34XBR960 SERVICE DATA ONLY NOT be Adjustment data Adjustment data Category Item Range Fix data memorized at CBA at F/A 2170D-2 Others 1080i UXCG LXCG UXCP LXCP XCPP WideZoom Others PPHA 0-63 VANG 0-63 LANG 0-63 VBOW 0-63...
  • Page 43 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 DEFLECTION KD-34XBR960 SERVICE DATA ONLY NOT be Adjustment data Adjustment data Category Item Range Fix data memorized at CBA at F/A 2170D-4 1080Vcomp Note: 480Vcomp Others Different settings used for KV-34/30XBR910 models QPAM 0-63 QPAV 0-63 QPAP 0-15 QPDC...
  • Page 44 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 DEFLECTION KD-34XBR960 SERVICE DATA ONLY NOT be Adjustment data Adjustment data Category Item Range Fix data memorized at CBA at F/A Note: LANDING 0-255 Different settings used for 0-255 KV-34/30XBR910 models 0-255 0-255 EWSP 0-15 ENSW TESW DHMT* LDVM...
  • Page 45 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 KD-34XBR960 SERVICE DATA ONLY NOT be Adjustment Adjustment Category Item Range Fix data memorized data at CBA data at F/A MID1 DHPH 0-255 d_h_phase DVPH d_v_phase 0-63 DHAR d_h_area 0-255 DVAR d_v_area 0-255 DHPW d_h_pwidth 0-63 DVPW d_v_pwidth Single...
  • Page 46 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 KD-34XBR960 SERVICE DATA ONLY NOT be Adjustment Adjustment Category Item Range Fix data memorized data at CBA data at F/A 480i V5/V6 480i HDMI/ATSC 480i Expand MID2 Normal Others Normal Others Normal Others Normal Others DRHP drc_hactv_pos 0-255 Single...
  • Page 47 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 KD-34XBR960 SERVICE DATA ONLY NOT be Adjustment Adjustment Category Item Range Fix data memorized data at CBA data at F/A MID3 V5/ V6 HDMI/ATSC HDMI Expansion 1080i 720p 480p 480i 1080i 720p 480p 480i 1080i 720p 480p 480i Normal...
  • Page 48 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 KD-34XBR960 SERVICE DATA ONLY NOT be Adjustment Adjustment Category Item Range Fix data memorized data at CBA data at F/A MID5 Format 0-63 RF P MHLY m_hlpf_ycoef snnr MHLC m_hlpf_ccoef RF M MVLY snnr m_vlpf_ycoef MVLC m_vlpf_ccoef snnr MHYR...
  • Page 49 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 KD-34XBR960 SERVICE DATA ONLY NOT be Adjustment Adjustment Category Item Range Fix data memorized data at CBA data at F/A MID5 0-63 HDMI 720p not assigned MHLY m_hlpf_ycoef HDMI 720p not assigned MHLC m_hlpf_ccoef HDMI 720p not assigned MVLY...
  • Page 50 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 VIDEO & AUDIO NVM KD-34XBR960 SERVICE DATA ONLY NOT be Category Item Range Fix data Adjustment data at CBA Adjustment data at F/A memorized VERSION VER* DMY1* 0-255 Note: 3D-COMB NRMD* Item* uses the fixed setting in normal TV operations.
  • Page 51 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 VIDEO & AUDIO NVM KD-34XBR960 SERVICE DATA ONLY NOT be Category Item Range Fix data Adjustment data at CBA Adjustment data at F/A memorized 2103-1 V5/V6/ATSC Others HDMI YLEV 0-62 0520 7-2 051E 7-2 0578 7-2 CLEV 0-63 0521 7-2...
  • Page 52 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 VIDEO & AUDIO NVM KD-34XBR960 SERVICE DATA ONLY NOT be Category Item Range Fix data Adjustment data at CBA Adjustment data at F/A memorized 2103-2 YLEV 0-63 052A 7-2 052C 7-2 CLEV 0-63 052B 7-2 052D 7-2 CV/YC SCON...
  • Page 53 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 VIDEO & AUDIO NVM KD-34XBR960 SERVICE DATA ONLY NOT be Category Item Range Fix data Adjustment data at CBA Adjustment data at F/A memorized 2170P-1 ATSC HDMI V5/V6 CV/YC 480i YOSW 0300 0 0303 0 0306 0 0309 0...
  • Page 54 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 VIDEO & AUDIO NVM KD-34XBR960 SERVICE DATA ONLY NOT be Adjustment data Adjustment data at Category Item Range Fix data memorized at CBA 2170P-3 CV/YC V5/V6 HDMI ATSC Twin 480i 480p 1080i 720p 480i 480p 1080i 720p 480i 480p...
  • Page 55 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 VIDEO & AUDIO NVM KD-34XBR960 SERVICE DATA ONLY NOT be Adjustment data Adjustment data at Category Item Range Fix data memorized at CBA 2170P-3 CV/YC V5/V6 HDMI ATSC Twin 480i 480p 1080i 720p 480i 480p 1080i 720p 480i 480p...
  • Page 56 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 VIDEO & AUDIO NVM KD-34XBR960 SERVICE DATA ONLY NOT be Adjustment data Adjustment data at Category Item Range Fix data memorized at CBA 2170P-4 CV/YC V5/V6 HDMI ATSC Twin 480i 480p 1080i 720p 480i 480p 1080i 720p 480i 480p...
  • Page 57 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 VIDEO & AUDIO NVM KD-34XBR960 SERVICE DATA ONLY NOT be Adjustment data Adjustment data at Category Item Range Fix data memorized at CBA CXA2171 V5/V6/ATSC HDMI HDMI Others 1080i/720p uTiny/$6D_00 uTiny/$6D_00 Byte1/Bit6=1 Byte1/Bit6=0 MTRX* Others HDMI Note: GAIN 070E 1-0...
  • Page 58 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 VIDEO & AUDIO NVM KD-34XBR960 SERVICE DATA ONLY NOT be Adjustment data Adjustment data at Category Item Range Fix data memorized at CBA AUDIO ASYS 05F3 7 TRCV 05EE 1-0 BACV 05F1 1-0 MDCV 05F2 7-6 SVHI 05EE 7-5...
  • Page 59 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 VIDEO & AUDIO NVM KD-34XBR960 SERVICE DATA ONLY NOT be Adjustment data Adjustment data at Category Item Range Fix data memorized at CBA HPRM 0-255 HPRS 0-255 YSYM CCDI CRIP PHLD CHMK 0-63 LANG* 0-15 DATA VCHP CLMP SYSV...
  • Page 60 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 VIDEO & AUDIO NVM KD-34XBR960 SERVICE DATA ONLY NOT be Adjustment data Adjustment data at Category Item Range Fix data memorized at CBA 3DNR WHCT 0-63 0599 5-0 NIQM 0599 7 CLPW 0-63 059A 5-0 CLPP 0-255 059B 7-0...
  • Page 61 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 VIDEO & AUDIO NVM KD-34XBR960 SERVICE DATA ONLY NOT be Adjustment data Adjustment data at Category Item Range Fix data memorized at CBA 3DNR Vivid Standard Movie RF/V1-4 V5-7 480i RF/V1-4 V5-7 480i RF/V1-4 V5-7 480i RF/V1-4 V5-7 480i...
  • Page 62 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 VIDEO & AUDIO NVM KD-34XBR960 SERVICE DATA ONLY NOT be Adjustment data Adjustment data at Category Item Range Fix data memorized at CBA DRCV MFVR 0551 2 ISEL 0551 1 CV/YC V5/V6-480i HDMI ATSC Vivid 0554 7-0 0556 7-0...
  • Page 63 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 DEFLECTION NVM KD-34XBR960 SERVICE DATA ONLY NOT be Adjustment data Adjustment Category Item Range Fix data memorized at CBA data at F/A 2170D-1 VPOS V Position 0-63 0600 7-2 VSIZ V Size 0-63 0601 7-2 Note: 1080Full Others Used for PJ only...
  • Page 64 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 DEFLECTION NVM KD-34XBR960 SERVICE DATA ONLY NOT be Adjustment data Adjustment Category Item Range Fix data memorized at CBA data at F/A 2170D-2 WideZoom Others PPHA 0-63 061F 7-2 0627 7-2 VANG 0-63 0607 7-2 LANG 0-63 0608 7-2...
  • Page 65 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 DEFLECTION NVM KD-34XBR960 SERVICE DATA ONLY NOT be Adjustment data Adjustment Category Item Range Fix data memorized at CBA data at F/A Note: 2170D-4 1080Vcomp 480Vcomp Others Different settings used for QPAM 0-63 0644 7-2 0649 7-2 KV-34/30XBR910 models...
  • Page 66: 4-5. Id Map Table

    KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 DEFLECTION NVM KD-34XBR960 SERVICE DATA ONLY NOT be Adjustment data Adjustment Category Item Range Fix data memorized at CBA data at F/A Note: LANDING 0-255 0683 7-0 Different settings used for 0-255 0684 7-0 KV-34/30XBR910 models 0-255 0685 7-0...
  • Page 67: Section 5: Diagrams

    KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 SECTION 5: DIAGRAMS 5-1. CIRCUIT BOARDS LOCATION The components identifi ed by shading and symbol are critical for CX Board safety. Replace only with part number specifi ed. WY Board The symbol indicates a fast operating fuse and is displayed on the component side of the board.
  • Page 68: 5-3. Block Diagrams

    KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 5-3. BLOCK DIAGRAMS BLOCK DIAGRAMS (1 OF 3) � ���� � ���� ��� � ������ ������ ��� ������� ��� ��� ��� ���� ��� ���� ����� ��� ������ � ����� ��� ����� ����������� � ����� � ����� � ����� �...
  • Page 69 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 BLOCK DIAGRAMS (2 OF 3) Deflection & HV System Block CXA2170Q STV9379 V DEF VDRV+/VDRV- DY-v Vout V PROT block Horizontal deflection EW DRV EW_DRV Chopper H CENT LA6500 HC_PARA Horizontal H DEF DY-h H Center H DRV/HPROT/HP IN...
  • Page 70 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 BLOCK DIAGRAMS (3 OF 3) ����� ������ ���� ��� �� ��� �� ��� ����� ��� ���� ��� � � � �� ��� � � � �� ���� �� ��� �� ��� � ���� ��� ��� ����� ���� ����� ������...
  • Page 71: Schematics And Supporting Information

    KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 5-4. SCHEMATICS AND SUPPORTING INFORMATION DL BOARD SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM DL BOARD IC VOLTAGE LIST IC5801 IC5803 IC5809 IC5813 VOLT VOLT VOLT VOLT 15.0 TO HCX CN1053 12.0 CN5804 -12.0 — -12.0 -0.2 IC5814 :S-MICRO 12.0 VOLT -15.0 IC5811 -12.0...
  • Page 72 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 [LANDING] COMPONENT SIDE [LANDING] CONDUCTOR SIDE KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955...
  • Page 73: P Board Schematic Diagram

    KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 P BOARD SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM Due to the complexity of this board, performing component level fi eld repairs is not recommended. If service is required, complete board replacement is the preferred repair method. Data is provided for reference only. P BOARD WAVEFORMS C9554 —...
  • Page 74 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 [HDMI RECEIVER] [HDMI RECEIVER] COMPONENT SIDE CONDUCTOR SIDE KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955...
  • Page 75: Az Board Schematic Diagram (1 Of 3)

    KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 AZ BOARD SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (1 OF 3) CN513 CN525 CN523 TO BY TO MZ CN2302 TO MZ CN3203 CN2002 — CN510 BIIC STBY5V 3.3V 5V-D TO BY CN2804 +BOVP VSIN VSIN 3.3V VPARA2 — VPARA2 JR511 R566 D540 R567...
  • Page 76: Az Board Schematic Diagram (2 Of 3)

    KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 AZ BOARD SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (2 OF 3) CN900 SIIC CN903 :B TO B :WHT TO DZ CN5011 C912 VDRV- ² R920 4.7k 1/16W :1608 VSIN C909 R922 4.7k +BOCP :1608 IC900 IC903 +BOVP +BOVP STK390-910 CXA8070AP D900 D903 CONV AMP...
  • Page 77: Az Board Schematic Diagram (3 Of 3)

    KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 AZ BOARD SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (3 OF 3) Q6902 RK9410TB 9V REG R6930 R6933 1/2W 1/2W — Q6903 R6944 R6939 2SB709A 2.2k 1/16W 1/16W R6937 Q6904 2SD601A C6922 R6940 R6941 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W R6938 ATSC_ON C6918 R6919 FB6904 1/16W JW(5MM) D6915 —...
  • Page 78 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 [AC/DC POWER, AUDIO POWER, TUNER, DY-CONV, POWER SUPPLY] COMPONENT SIDE KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955...
  • Page 79 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 [AC/DC POWER, AUDIO POWER, TUNER, DY-CONV, POWER SUPPLY] CONDUCTOR SIDE AZ BOARD LOCATOR LIST (CONDUCTOR SIDE) DIODE IC501 D502 IC502 D510 H-12 IC504 D511 H-12 IC505 D512 H-12 IC508 E-11 D513 G-12 IC509 B-11 D514 G-12 IC900 G-11 D515...
  • Page 80: By Board Schematic Diagram (1 Of 5)

    KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 BY BOARD SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (1 OF 5) Due to the complexity of this board, performing component level fi eld repairs is not recommended. If service is required, complete board replacement is the preferred repair method. Data is provided for reference only.
  • Page 81: By Board Schematic Diagram (2 Of 5)

    KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 BY BOARD SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (2 OF 5) Due to the complexity of this board, performing component level fi eld repairs is not recommended. If service is required, complete board replacement is the preferred repair method. Data is provided for reference only.
  • Page 82: By Board Schematic Diagram (3 Of 5)

    KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 BY BOARD SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (3 OF 5) Due to the complexity of this board, performing component level fi eld repairs is not recommended. If service is required, complete board replacement is the preferred repair method. Data is provided for reference only.
  • Page 83: By Board Schematic Diagram (4 Of 5)

    KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 BY BOARD SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (4 OF 5) Due to the complexity of this board, performing component level fi eld repairs is not recommended. If service is required, complete board replacement is the preferred repair method. Data is provided for reference only.
  • Page 84: By Board Schematic Diagram (5 Of 5)

    KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 BY BOARD SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (5 OF 5) Due to the complexity of this board, performing component level fi eld repairs is not recommended. If service is required, complete board replacement is the preferred repair method. Data is provided for reference only.
  • Page 85 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 [AD-DRC, MID-XA, AD, CRT DRIVE, A/D (DNR)] COMPONENT SIDE KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955...
  • Page 86 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 [AD-DRC, MID-XA, AD, CRT DRIVE, A/D (DNR)] CONDUCTOR SIDE KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955...
  • Page 87: Mz Board Schematic Diagram (1 Of 4)

    KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 MZ BOARD SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (1 OF 4) Due to the complexity of this board, performing component level fi eld repairs is not recommended. If service is required, complete board replacement is the preferred repair method. Data is provided for reference only.
  • Page 88: Mz Board Schematic Diagram (2 Of 4)

    KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 MZ BOARD SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (2 OF 4) Due to the complexity of this board, performing component level fi eld repairs is not recommended. If service is required, complete board replacement is the preferred repair method. Data is provided for reference only.
  • Page 89: Mz Board Schematic Diagram (3 Of 4)

    KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 MZ BOARD SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (3 OF 4) Due to the complexity of this board, performing component level fi eld repairs is not recommended. If service is required, complete board replacement is the preferred repair method. Data is provided for reference only.
  • Page 90: Mz Board Schematic Diagram (4 Of 4)

    KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 MZ BOARD SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (4 OF 4) Due to the complexity of this board, performing component level fi eld repairs is not recommended. If service is required, complete board replacement is the preferred repair method. Data is provided for reference only.
  • Page 91 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 [VIDEO PROCESSOR, 3D-COMB, MICRO (MAIN, CCD), AUDIO PROCESSOR] COMPONENT SIDE CN2304 X2001 3D COMB C2041 TO UD C2042 C2050 C2043 C2046 C2240 L2203 C2238 R2247 C2059 Q2215 C2227 L2205 C2060 Q2211 C2061 MAINV/Y R2236 R2240 FL2204 R2243 Q2209 ATSC/DVI SW...
  • Page 92 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 [VIDEO PROCESSOR, 3D-COMB, MICRO (MAIN, CCD), AUDIO PROCESSOR] CONDUCTOR SIDE CN2304 CN2304 TO UD TO UD R2142 R2142 MAIN CROMA MAIN CROMA R2134 R2134 R2135 R2135 X2001 X2001 R2133 R2133 R2138 R2140 R2138 R2140 R2137 R2137 R2141 R2141 R2127...
  • Page 93: Uz Board Schematic Diagram

    KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 UZ BOARD SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM UZ BOARD WAVEFORMS TO MZ CN2305 CN1503 :B TO B — HDMI_R HDMI_R 1.7 Vp-p (H) 2.2 Vp-p (H) HDMI_L HDMI_L VIDEO J1509 V5 Y L1502 C1540 R1655 R1656 — R1632 :LB2016 1/16W 1/16W :RN-CP...
  • Page 94 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 [A/V SWITCH, TERMINAL BLOCK] COMPONENT SIDE UZ BOARD LOCATOR LIST (COMPONENT SIDE) DIODE TRANSISTOR D1527 Q1501 D1528 Q1502 D1529 Q1505 D1530 Q1506 D1531 Q1516 D1532 Q1518 Q1520 IC1502 Q1521 IC1505 Q1523 Q1524 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955...
  • Page 95 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 [A/V SWITCH, TERMINAL BLOCK] CONDUCTOR SIDE UZ BOARD LOCATOR LIST (CONDUCTOR SIDE) DIODE DIODE DIODE TRANSISTOR D1501 D1510 D1520 Q1503 D1502 D1511 D1521 Q1504 D1503 D1512 D1522 Q1507 D1504 D1513 D1523 Q1508 D1505 D1514 D1524 Q1509 D1506 D1515 D1525...
  • Page 96: Dz Board Schematic Diagram (1 Of 2)

    KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 DZ BOARD SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (1 OF 2) BOARD CN5509 CN9100 :S-MICRO — R8113 DZ BOARD WAVEFORMS TO MY CN2300 330k 1/16W :CHIP 15V-1 MAIN 9V PG.2 Q8020 R8110 2SD601A 330k R8118 INVERTER MAIN 12V R8117 R8204 1/16W 2.2k :CHIP...
  • Page 97: Dz Board Schematic Diagram (2 Of 2)

    KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 DZ BOARD SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (2 OF 2) DZ BOARD IC VOLTAGE LIST IC5001 IC5006 IC5506 VOLT VOLT VOLT AC RECT+ 10.9 17.9 PS6550 FB6508 FB6509 D6523 +15V 10 AMP D6530 IC6501 TO AZ CN514 0.45UH 0.45UH D4SBS6-F JW6502 JW6505...
  • Page 98 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 [H/V DRIVE, H/V DY, POWER SUPPLY, AC RECT, DEFLECTION] COMPONENT SIDE KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955...
  • Page 99 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 [H/V DRIVE, H/V DY, POWER SUPPLY, AC RECT, DEFLECTION] CONDUCTOR SIDE KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955...
  • Page 100 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 DZ BOARD LOCATOR LIST (CONDUCTOR SIDE) DIODE DIODE TRANSISTOR D5001 D6533 IC8004 Q6507 D5002 D6534 IC8005 Q6522 D5003 H-10 D6537 IC8006 Q6527 D5004 G-11 D6538 IC8104 Q6530 D5005 D8001 Q6532 TRANSISTOR D5006 D8002 D-11 Q5001 F-11 Q8003 D5007 D8003...
  • Page 101: Hcx Board Schematic Diagram

    KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 HCX BOARD SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM CN1053 :S-MICRO TO DL CN5804 ² R1061 1/4W R1060 470k 1/4W R1063 R1062 470k 1/4W 1/4W R1064 R1065 C1064 0.01 TO_CN1002(HAX) ² CN1052 IC1052 NJM2901M :S-MICRO D1052 LNK0120022G R1052 R1066 STBY+5V STBY/STEREO 1/4W & P-ON...
  • Page 102 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 [P ON SIRCS] [P ON SIRCS] COMPONENT SIDE CONDUCTOR SIDE KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955...
  • Page 103: Cx Board Schematic Diagram

    KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 CX BOARD SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM CX BOARD WAVEFORMS CN9009 — IC9001 TDA6120Q/N2/S1 RED-VIDEO-OUT 2.4 Vp-p (H) 2.1 Vp-p (H) R9046 JW(5) CN9002 R9092 NL9002 :CHIP JW(5) Q9003 Q9004 Q9005 S-MICRO 2SD601A 2SD601A 2SD601A BLK-LMT BLK-LMT BLK-LMT J9001 200V CRT SOCKET...
  • Page 104 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 [VIDEO OUT] COMPONENT SIDE KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955...
  • Page 105 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 [VIDEO OUT] CONDUCTOR SIDE KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955...
  • Page 106: Hax Board Schematic Diagram

    KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 HAX BOARD SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM TO_CN1052(HCX) CN1002 :S-MICRO ² TO MX CN2301 CN1001 :S-MICRO ² KEYWAKE P_ON STBY_LED TIMER_LED RIGHT DOWN LEFT & R1007 MENU I_LINK R1005 R1006 R1003 4.7k R1004 2.2k 1/4W R1008 SIRCS 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W...
  • Page 107 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 [KEY INPUT] COMPONENT SIDE [KEY INPUT] CONDUCTOR SIDE KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955...
  • Page 108: Hbz Board Schematic Diagram

    KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 HBZ BOARD SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM R1108 1/16W :CHIP R1107 R1105 FL1103 1/16W ACM3225 :RN-CP 1/16W :CHIP ² R1103 J1100 1/16W :RN-CP JR1100 R1106 1/16W JR1103 0 1/16W :CHIP :CHIP 1/16W :CHIP D1103 JR1102 1/16W :CHIP JR1101 UDZS-TE17-10B CN1100 0 1/16W...
  • Page 109 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 [FRONT TERMINAL] COMPONENT SIDE [FRONT TERMINAL] CONDUCTOR SIDE KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955...
  • Page 110: Wy Board Schematic Diagram

    KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 WY BOARD SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM WY BOARD IC VOLTAGE LIST IC9100 IC9102 IC9103 VOLT VOLT VOLT — -12.0 -12.0 -12.0 — 12.0 CN9103 All voltages are in V. 12.0 12.0 :B-TO-B R9102 — TO BY CN2803 FB9101 WY BOARD TRANSISTOR VOLTAGE LIST :FPRD 1.1UH...
  • Page 111 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 [VELOCITY MOD] COMPONENT SIDE KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955...
  • Page 112 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 [VELOCITY MOD] CONDUCTOR SIDE KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955...
  • Page 113: Semiconductors (1 Of 2)

    KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 5-5.SEMICONDUCTORS (1 OF 2) TOP VIEW 22pin TOP VIEW TOP VIEW TOP VIEW 5pin CXA2026AS 14pin 16pin 32pin M52055FP PST9120NL CXD2085M-T4 BH3868AFS-E2 TLC2932IPW PST9145NL SN74LV4053ANSR TLC2933IPWR-12 TC7SET08FU(TE85L) INDEX TOP VIEW TOP VIEW 240pin 32pin 64pin 48pin TOP VIEW CXD9509AQ...
  • Page 114: Semiconductors (2 Of 2)

    KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 SEMICONDUCTORS (2 OF 2) LETTER SIDE PQ09RD21 PQ05RF21 PQ12RF21 PQ30RV21 2SA1776TV2Q STV9379 PQ07VZ012P 2SC3997S-SONY 2SA1309A-QRSTA LETTER SIDE 2SC2688-LK D6SB60L UPC1093J 2SC3840K D5SC4M S1VB20 D1NL40-TA2 D8LC40F CATHODE ANODE ANODE CATHODE MA111-TX CATHODE MA113-TX ANODE UDZSTE-1710B 1SS133T-77 UDZSTE-176.8B D1NL20U-TR PG124S15 MA153-TX...
  • Page 115: Section 6: Exploded Views

    KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 SECTION 6: EXPLODED VIEWS Components not identifi ed by a part number or The component parts of an assembly are indicated by the Items marked with an asterisk are not stocked since description are not stocked because they are seldom reference numbers in the far right column of the parts list they are seldom required for routine service.
  • Page 116: Picture Tube (kd-34xbr960 Only)

    4-065-852-01 SPRING, EXTENSION 4-093-612-01 BUTTON, POWER 1-456-472-21 DEGAUSSING COIL (WITH LCC) 4-042-593-11 SPRING, COMPRESSION 1-456-472-11 DEGAUSSING COIL (WITH LCC) 3-704-179-31 EMBLEM (NO.9), SONY X-4042-198-1 ASSY, SPEAKER ARM [68] 4-093-611-22 BUTTON, MULTI 4-374-745-31 CUSHION (A) 4-099-422-01 PANEL, MS DUO 1-544-952-12 SPEAKER BOX (WOOFER)
  • Page 117: Section 7: Electrical Parts List

    C5851 1-104-665-11 ELECT 100µF A-1302-221-A DL BOARD, COMPLETE C5903 1-126-964-11 ELECT 10µF (KD-34XBR960/34XS955 ONLY) A-1302-223-A DL BOARD, COMPLETE (KD-30XS955 ONLY) CONNECTOR 4-382-854-01 SCREW (M3X8), P, SW (+) CN5801 1-764-333-11 PIN, CONNECTOR(PCB)(V TYPE) 10P CN5802 1-564-505-11 PLUG, CONNECTOR CAPACITOR CN5804 1-564-510-11...
  • Page 118 R5802 1-216-851-11 METAL CHIP 330K 1/10W R5832 1-218-712-11 METAL CHIP 6.8K 0.50% 1/10W R5803 1-216-841-11 METAL CHIP 1/10W (ALL EXCEPT KD-30XS955) R5804 1-216-841-11 METAL CHIP 1/10W R5832 1-218-713-11 METAL CHIP 7.5K 0.50% 1/10W R5805 1-218-772-11 METAL CHIP 680K 0.50% 1/10W...
  • Page 119 0.50% 1/10W (KD-34XBR960/34XS955 ONLY) (KD-30XS955 ONLY) R5858 1-218-728-11 METAL CHIP 0.50% 1/10W R5847 1-218-734-11 METAL CHIP 0.50% 1/10W (KD-36XS955 ONLY) (ALL EXCEPT KD-30XS955) R5858 1-218-730-11 METAL CHIP 0.50% 1/10W R5848 1-218-719-11 METAL CHIP 0.50% 1/10W (KD-30XS955 ONLY) (KD-30XS955 ONLY) R5859...
  • Page 120 VALUES REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES R5875 1-215-858-00 METAL OXIDE R5903 1-218-720-11 METAL CHIP 0.50% 1/10W (KD-36XS955 ONLY) (ALL EXCEPT KD-30XS955) R5875 1-215-859-00 METAL OXIDE R5903 1-218-722-11 METAL CHIP 0.50% 1/10W (KD-34XBR960/34XS955 ONLY) (KD-30XS955 ONLY) R5875 1-215-861-00 METAL OXIDE...
  • Page 121 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES C9513 1-162-966-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.0022µF 10% C9575 1-162-970-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.01µF C9576 1-126-394-11 ELECT CHIP 10µF C9514 1-126-394-11 ELECT CHIP 10µF C9515 1-126-394-11 ELECT CHIP 10µF C9578...
  • Page 122 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES FB9506 1-414-235-22 FERRITE 0µH Q9511 8-729-421-22 TRANSISTOR UN2211 FB9507 1-414-235-22 FERRITE 0µH Q9514 8-729-024-88 TRANSISTOR MUN2212T1 FB9508 1-414-235-22 FERRITE 0µH Q9516 8-729-421-22 TRANSISTOR UN2211 FB9509 1-414-235-22 FERRITE 0µH...
  • Page 123 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES R9555 1-218-706-11 METAL CHIP 3.9K 0.50% 1/10W R9866 1-216-821-11 METAL CHIP 1/10W R9556 1-216-829-11 METAL CHIP 4.7K 1/10W R9867 1-216-821-11 METAL CHIP 1/10W R9557 1-218-706-11 METAL CHIP 3.9K...
  • Page 124 ELECT 100µF A-1303-040-A AZ BOARD, COMPLETE C537 1-126-941-11 ELECT 470µF (KD-34XS955 ONLY) A-1303-044-A AZ BOARD, COMPLETE C538 1-165-176-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.047µF 10% (KD-30XS955 ONLY) (KD-34XBR960 ONLY) C540 1-126-767-11 ELECT 1000µF CAPACITOR C541 1-162-961-11 CERAMIC CHIP 330pF C501 1-165-529-11 MYLAR 0.22µF...
  • Page 125 ELECT 100µF CN518 1-695-915-11 TAB (CONTACT) C942 1-162-927-11 CERAMIC CHIP 100pF CN519 1-695-915-11 TAB (CONTACT) C945 1-126-933-11 ELECT 100µF CN520 1-695-915-11 TAB (CONTACT) C946 1-162-964-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.001µF 10% CN521 1-779-892-11 CONNECTOR, BOARD TO BOARD 10P (ALL EXCEPT KD-30XS955) KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955...
  • Page 126 D900 8-719-110-31 DIODE RD12ESB2 D903 8-719-110-31 DIODE RD12ESB2 IC509 8-759-246-70 TA8216H D905 8-719-991-33 DIODE 1SS133T-77 IC900 8-749-016-08 STK390-910 (ALL EXCEPT KD-30XS955) IC903 8-759-595-52 CXA8070AP D6901 8-719-083-78 DIODE 10ERA60-TP IC904 8-759-700-07 NJM2903M (ALL EXCEPT KD-30XS955) D6902 8-719-082-03 DIODE MM3Z15VT1 D6903 8-719-082-03...
  • Page 127 TRANSISTOR 2SD601A-Q Q904 8-729-422-27 TRANSISTOR 2SD601A-Q L504 1-469-317-21 INDUCTOR 10µH Q905 8-729-422-27 TRANSISTOR 2SD601A-Q (KD-34XBR960 ONLY) (ALL EXCEPT KD-30XS955) L508 1-412-529-11 INDUCTOR 22µH L510 1-433-404-21 TRANSFORMER, LINE FILTER Q906 8-729-422-27 TRANSISTOR 2SD601A-Q L511 1-433-404-21 TRANSFORMER, LINE FILTER (ALL EXCEPT KD-30XS955)
  • Page 128 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 NOTE: Les composants identifi es per un trame et une NOTE: The components identifi ed by shading sont critiques pour la securite. Ne les marque mark are critical for safety. Replace only remplacer que par une piece portant le numero specifi e.
  • Page 129 PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES R617 1-249-385-11 CARBON 1/4W R961 1-218-716-11 METAL CHIP 0.50% 1/10W (ALL EXCEPT KD-30XS955) R619 1-249-385-11 CARBON 1/4W R622 1-249-385-11 CARBON 1/4W R962 1-218-716-11 METAL CHIP 0.50% 1/10W R628 1-249-429-11 CARBON...
  • Page 130 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 AZ BY NOTE: Les composants identifi es per un trame et une NOTE: The components identifi ed by shading sont critiques pour la securite. Ne les marque mark are critical for safety. Replace only remplacer que par une piece portant le numero specifi e.
  • Page 131 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES C2834 1-125-891-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.47µF C3037 1-107-826-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1µF C2835 1-162-970-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.01µF C3038 1-162-970-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.01µF C2836 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1µF C3040 1-107-826-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1µF...
  • Page 132 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES C3351 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1µF C3440 1-162-916-11 CERAMIC CHIP 12pF C3357 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1µF C3441 1-162-916-11 CERAMIC CHIP 12pF C3358 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1µF C3442 1-124-779-00 ELECT CHIP 10µF...
  • Page 133 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES C3501 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1µF C8642 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1µF C3613 1-126-206-11 ELECT CHIP 100µF 6.3V C8643 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1µF C3614 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1µF C8644...
  • Page 134 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES FB3302 1-414-235-22 FERRITE 0µH IC3413 8-759-549-07 SN74LV157APWR (KD-34XBR960 ONLY) IC3414 8-759-548-56 M52055FP FB3303 1-216-809-11 METAL CHIP 1/10W IC3606 8-759-641-26 NJM2391DL1-33(TE1) FB3304 1-469-110-21 FERRITE 0µH IC3608 8-759-669-75 TLC2932IPWR...
  • Page 135 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES TRANSISTOR Q3906 8-729-028-28 TRANSISTOR 2SK2036(TE85L) (KD-34XBR960 ONLY) Q2801 8-729-122-63 TRANSISTOR 2SA1226-E4 Q3907 8-729-028-28 TRANSISTOR 2SK2036(TE85L) Q2802 8-729-424-02 TRANSISTOR 2SB709A-QRS-TX (KD-34XBR960 ONLY) Q2803 8-729-424-02 TRANSISTOR 2SB709A-QRS-TX Q8601 8-729-102-07...
  • Page 136 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES R2832 1-216-809-11 METAL CHIP 1/10W R2894 1-216-825-11 METAL CHIP 2.2K 1/10W R2833 1-216-809-11 METAL CHIP 1/10W R2895 1-216-825-11 METAL CHIP 2.2K 1/10W R2834 1-216-809-11 METAL CHIP 1/10W...
  • Page 137 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES R3051 1-216-864-11 SHORT CHIP R3324 1-216-827-11 METAL CHIP 3.3K 1/10W R3063 1-216-864-11 SHORT CHIP (ALL EXCEPT KD-34XBR960) R3064 1-216-864-11 SHORT CHIP R3325 1-216-864-11 SHORT CHIP R3066 1-216-809-11...
  • Page 138 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES R3375 1-218-686-11 METAL CHIP 0.50% 1/10W R3422 1-216-864-11 SHORT CHIP R3376 1-218-710-11 METAL CHIP 5.6K 0.50% 1/10W R3428 1-469-094-21 FERRITE 0µH R3377 1-216-817-11 METAL CHIP 1/10W R3435...
  • Page 139 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES R3542 1-216-864-11 SHORT CHIP R3928 1-216-833-11 METAL CHIP 1/10W (KD-34XBR960 ONLY) R3575 1-216-864-11 SHORT CHIP R3800 1-216-864-11 SHORT CHIP R3933 1-216-864-11 SHORT CHIP R3811 1-216-809-11 METAL CHIP...
  • Page 140 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES R8616 1-216-809-11 METAL CHIP 1/10W RB3015 1-239-409-11 NETWORK RESISTOR(CHIP) R8617 1-216-809-11 METAL CHIP 1/10W RB3304 1-233-576-11 RES, CHIP NETWORK 100 (3216) R8618 1-218-679-11 METAL CHIP 0.50% 1/10W...
  • Page 141 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES C2027 1-126-964-11 ELECT 10µF C2028 1-126-933-11 ELECT 100µF (KD-34XBR960 ONLY) C2029 1-126-964-11 ELECT 10µF A-1303-036-A MZ BOARD, COMPLETE C2031 1-107-826-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1µF (KD-34XBR960 ONLY) (KD-34XBR960 ONLY)
  • Page 142 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES C2057 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1µF C2089 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1µF C2058 1-126-963-11 ELECT 4.7µF C2090 1-216-864-11 SHORT CHIP C2059 1-107-826-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1µF C2091 1-162-927-11 CERAMIC CHIP...
  • Page 143 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES C2125 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1µF C2234 1-126-933-11 ELECT 100µF C2126 1-107-826-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1µF C2235 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1µF C2127 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1µF C2236 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1µF...
  • Page 144 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES C2359 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1µF C2535 1-162-962-11 CERAMIC CHIP 470pF C2361 1-126-933-11 ELECT 100µF C2536 1-135-834-91 CERAMIC CHIP 2.2µF 6.3V C2362 1-126-933-11 ELECT 100µF C2538 1-126-947-11 ELECT 47µF...
  • Page 145 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES CONNECTOR FB2514 1-216-864-11 SHORT CHIP FB2515 1-414-229-11 FERRITE 0µH CN2006 1-793-174-11 SOCKET,PC CONNECTOR (PC BOARD) FB2516 1-414-229-11 FERRITE 0µH CN2301 1-764-333-11 PIN, CONNECTOR(PCB)(V TYPE) 10P FB2517 1-414-229-11 FERRITE 0µH...
  • Page 146 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES IC2202 8-759-448-68 NJM2283V-TE1 L2206 1-469-555-21 INDUCTOR 10µH IC2300 6-804-651-01 M306V7FGFPU0-079 L2207 1-469-553-21 INDUCTOR 4.7µH IC2301 6-801-375-01 PST9129NL L2303 1-469-555-21 INDUCTOR 10µH IC2302 6-704-573-01 M24C32-WMN6T(B) L2501 1-412-537-31 INDUCTOR 100µH...
  • Page 147 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES Q2206 8-729-422-27 TRANSISTOR 2SD601A-Q RESISTOR Q2207 8-729-422-27 TRANSISTOR 2SD601A-Q R2001 1-216-809-11 METAL CHIP 1/10W Q2208 8-729-422-27 TRANSISTOR 2SD601A-Q (KD-34XBR960 ONLY) Q2209 8-729-422-27 TRANSISTOR 2SD601A-Q R2002 1-216-821-11 METAL CHIP...
  • Page 148 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES R2024 1-216-837-11 METAL CHIP 1/10W R2056 1-216-809-11 METAL CHIP 1/10W (KD-34XBR960 ONLY) R2057 1-216-809-11 METAL CHIP 1/10W R2025 1-218-700-11 METAL CHIP 2.2K 0.50% 1/10W R2058 1-216-809-11 METAL CHIP...
  • Page 149 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES R2091 1-216-809-11 METAL CHIP 1/10W R2135 1-216-864-11 SHORT CHIP (KD-34XBR960 ONLY) R2136 1-216-864-11 SHORT CHIP R2092 1-216-818-11 METAL CHIP 1/10W R2137 1-216-864-11 SHORT CHIP (KD-34XBR960 ONLY) R2138...
  • Page 150 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES R2237 1-216-820-11 METAL CHIP 1/10W R2316 1-216-809-11 METAL CHIP 1/10W R2238 1-216-819-11 METAL CHIP 1/10W R2317 1-216-809-11 METAL CHIP 1/10W R2239 1-216-821-11 METAL CHIP 1/10W R2318 1-216-821-11...
  • Page 151 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES R2365 1-216-809-11 METAL CHIP 1/10W R2455 1-216-833-11 METAL CHIP 1/10W R2366 1-216-864-11 SHORT CHIP R2459 1-216-821-11 METAL CHIP 1/10W R2367 1-216-829-11 METAL CHIP 4.7K 1/10W R2460 1-216-809-11...
  • Page 152 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 MZ UZ REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES R2526 1-216-864-11 SHORT CHIP R2580 1-216-821-11 METAL CHIP 1/10W R2528 1-216-809-11 METAL CHIP 1/10W R2581 1-216-825-11 METAL CHIP 2.2K 1/10W R2529 1-216-809-11 METAL CHIP 1/10W...
  • Page 153 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES C1513 1-126-960-11 ELECT 1µF CONNECTOR C1519 1-162-913-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.50pF 50V CN1501 1-764-334-11 PIN, CONNECTOR(PCB)(V TYPE) 11P C1520 1-162-913-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.50pF 50V CN1502 1-793-173-11 PIN, PC CONNECTOR(PC BOARD) 50P...
  • Page 154 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES Q1523 8-729-422-27 TRANSISTOR 2SD601A-Q Q1524 8-729-422-27 TRANSISTOR 2SD601A-Q IC1502 8-752-080-04 CXA2069Q IC1505 8-759-548-56 M52055FP RESISTOR JACK R1501 1-216-853-11 METAL CHIP 470K 1/10W R1502 1-216-853-11 METAL CHIP 470K...
  • Page 155 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES R1547 1-216-830-11 METAL CHIP 5.6K 1/10W R1594 1-216-830-11 METAL CHIP 5.6K 1/10W R1548 1-216-841-11 METAL CHIP 1/10W R1595 1-216-830-11 METAL CHIP 5.6K 1/10W R1549 1-216-809-11 METAL CHIP...
  • Page 156 C5038 1-115-349-51 CERAMIC 0.01µF (KD-34XBR960/34XS955 ONLY) (KD-36XS955 ONLY) A-1303-045-A DZ BOARD, COMPLETE C5039 1-164-227-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.022µF 10% (KD-30XS955 ONLY) C5040 1-126-935-11 ELECT 470µF 4-382-854-01 SCREW (M3X8), P, SW (+) 4-382-854-21 SCREW (M3X14), P, SW (+) C5041 1-126-935-11 ELECT 470µF...
  • Page 157 C5529 1-162-970-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.01µF (KD-36XS955 ONLY) C5530 1-136-167-00 FILM 0.15µF C5065 1-117-664-11 FILM 0.27µF 250V C5531 1-130-495-00 MYLAR 0.1µF (KD-30XS955 ONLY) C5533 1-126-961-11 ELECT 2.2µF C5065 1-117-665-11 FILM 0.33µF 250V C5534 1-126-947-11 ELECT 47µF (KD-34XBR960/34XS955 ONLY) C5535 1-126-947-11 ELECT 47µF...
  • Page 158 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES C8052 1-104-665-11 ELECT 100µF C6558 1-126-967-11 ELECT 47µF C8053 1-162-117-00 CERAMIC 100pF 500V C6559 1-126-942-61 ELECT 1000µF C8054 1-102-244-00 CERAMIC 220pF 500V C6584 1-165-528-31 MYLAR 0.1µF C8055...
  • Page 159 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 NOTE: Les composants identifi es per un trame et une NOTE: The components identifi ed by shading sont critiques pour la securite. Ne les marque mark are critical for safety. Replace only remplacer que par une piece portant le numero specifi e.
  • Page 160 IC6502 6-700-897-01 PQ12RD21 JR8023 1-216-864-11 SHORT CHIP JR8050 1-216-864-11 SHORT CHIP IC6503 8-749-012-13 DM-58 JR8051 1-216-864-11 SHORT CHIP IC6505 8-749-921-86 SE-140N (KD-30XS955 ONLY) IC8001 8-759-700-07 NJM2903M IC8002 6-705-810-01 MCZ3001DB IC8004 8-759-701-01 NJM2904M COIL IC8005 6-706-127-01 TL1431ACZ-AP L5001 1-406-665-11 INDUCTOR 100µH...
  • Page 161 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 NOTE: Les composants identifi es per un trame et une NOTE: The components identifi ed by shading sont critiques pour la securite. Ne les marque mark are critical for safety. Replace only remplacer que par une piece portant le numero specifi e.
  • Page 162 (KD-34XBR960/34XS955 ONLY) R5004 1-208-832-11 METAL CHIP 120K 0.50% 1/10W R5035 1-218-720-11 METAL CHIP 0.50% 1/10W R5005 1-216-813-11 METAL CHIP 1/10W (KD-30XS955 ONLY) R5007 1-208-832-11 METAL CHIP 120K 0.50% 1/10W R5036 1-216-839-11 METAL CHIP 1/10W R5008 1-216-833-11 METAL CHIP 1/10W R5037...
  • Page 163 R5097 1-249-380-11 CARBON 0.82 1/4W R5066 1-218-748-11 METAL CHIP 220K 0.5% 1/10W R5098 1-249-379-11 CARBON 0.68 1/4W (KD-30XS955 ONLY) R5101 1-218-708-11 METAL CHIP 4.7K 0.50% 1/10W R5068 1-218-742-11 METAL CHIP 120K 0.5% 1/10W (KD-36XS955 ONLY) R5102 1-218-692-11 METAL CHIP 0.50% 1/10W...
  • Page 164 R5524 1-216-839-11 METAL CHIP 1/10W (KD-36XS955 ONLY) R5525 1-216-853-11 METAL CHIP 470K 1/10W R5147 1-218-710-11 METAL CHIP 5.6K 0.50% 1/10W (KD-30XS955 ONLY) R5526 1-216-853-11 METAL CHIP 470K 1/10W R5148 1-215-865-11 METAL OXIDE R5527 1-216-833-11 METAL CHIP 1/10W R5528 1-216-833-11 METAL CHIP...
  • Page 165 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 NOTE: Les composants identifi es per un trame et une NOTE: The components identifi ed by shading sont critiques pour la securite. Ne les marque mark are critical for safety. Replace only remplacer que par une piece portant le numero specifi e.
  • Page 166 PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES R6595 1-249-377-11 CARBON 0.47 1/4W R8038 1-215-445-00 METAL 1/4W R6602 1-216-821-11 METAL CHIP 1/10W (ALL EXCEPT KD-30XS955) R6605 1-216-825-11 METAL CHIP 2.2K 1/10W R8038 1-215-447-00 METAL 1/4W R8001 1-216-809-11 METAL CHIP 1/10W (KD-30XS955 ONLY) R8003 1-216-837-11...
  • Page 167 REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES R8087 1-216-864-11 SHORT CHIP R8116 1-215-918-00 METAL OXIDE 1.5K R8088 1-216-833-11 METAL CHIP 1/10W (KD-30XS955 ONLY) R8089 1-216-841-11 METAL CHIP 1/10W R8116 1-216-486-00 METAL OXIDE 8.2K R8090 1-216-833-11 METAL CHIP 1/10W (KD-36XS955 ONLY) R8093...
  • Page 168 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 DZ HCX NOTE: Les composants identifi es per un trame et une NOTE: The components identifi ed by shading sont critiques pour la securite. Ne les marque mark are critical for safety. Replace only remplacer que par une piece portant le numero specifi e.
  • Page 169 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 HCX CX NOTE: Les composants identifi es per un trame et une NOTE: The components identifi ed by shading sont critiques pour la securite. Ne les marque mark are critical for safety. Replace only remplacer que par une piece portant le numero specifi e.
  • Page 170 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 CX HAX NOTE: Les composants identifi es per un trame et une NOTE: The components identifi ed by shading sont critiques pour la securite. Ne les marque mark are critical for safety. Replace only remplacer que par une piece portant le numero specifi e.
  • Page 171 DIODE A-1415-862-A WY (VAR) BOARD, MOUNTED (KD-34XBR960/34XS955 ONLY) D1100 8-719-977-28 DIODE DTZ10B A-1415-869-A WY (VAR) BOARD, MOUNTED D1101 8-719-977-28 DIODE DTZ10B (KD-30XS955 ONLY) D1103 8-719-977-28 DIODE DTZ10B 4-382-854-01 SCREW (M3X8), P, SW (+) FILTER CAPACITOR FL1103 1-409-755-11 FERRITE 0µH C9101...
  • Page 172 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES C9111 1-126-964-11 ELECT 10µF D9102 8-719-083-83 DIODE UDZS-TE17-15B C9112 1-162-970-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.01µF D9103 8-719-404-50 DIODE MA111-TX C9113 1-137-528-11 MYLAR 0.1µF 250V D9104 8-719-404-50 DIODE MA111-TX C9114...
  • Page 173 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955 REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES Q9114 8-729-422-27 TRANSISTOR 2SD601A-Q R9132 1-218-713-11 METAL CHIP 7.5K 0.50% 1/10W Q9115 8-729-422-27 TRANSISTOR 2SD601A-Q R9133 1-249-391-11 CARBON 1/4W Q9116 8-729-422-27 TRANSISTOR 2SD601A-Q R9134 1-249-383-11 CARBON 1/4W...
  • Page 174 METAL CHIP 0.50% 1/10W 4-102-864-01 CARTON, INDIVIDUAL (KD-30XS955 ONLY) (KD-30XS955 ONLY) R9180 1-218-724-11 METAL CHIP 0.50% 1/10W 4-102-865-01 CARTON, INDIVIDUAL (ALL EXCEPT KD-30XS955) (KD-34XS955 ONLY) R9181 1-218-740-11 METAL CHIP 100K 0.50% 1/10W 4-102-866-01 CARTON, INDIVIDUAL (KD-36XS955 ONLY) R9182 1-218-740-11 METAL CHIP 100K 0.50% 1/10W...
  • Page 175 (KD-34XBR960 ONLY) 4-081-888-01 COVER, BATTERY (KD-34XBR960 ONLY) 1-478-711-11 REMOTE COMMANDER RM-Y199 (ALL EXCEPT KD-34XBR960) 4-978-977-01 LID, BATTERY CASE (ALL EXCEPT KD-34XBR960) Sony Corporation English Sony Technology Center 2004FJ74WEB-1 Printed in USA Technical Services 9-965-965-01 Service Promotion Department © 2004.6 KD-30XS955/34XBR960/34XS955/36XS955...
  • Page 176 In an effort to reduce the size of this pdf fi le the tiled schematics are not attached to this Service Manual. To receive a complete set of the tiled schematics for this manual please submit a request to Nita Wardlaw at nita.wardlaw@am.sony.com.
  • Page 177 4-102-730-21(1) KD-34XBR960 Operating Instructions Sony Corporation http://www.sony.net Printed in U.S.A. © 2004 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 178 TV. Refer to them the same program can cause the imprint of station logos onto the whenever you call upon your Sony dealer regarding this product. TV screen. These types of imprints are not covered by your warranty because they are the result of misuse.
  • Page 179: Important Safeguards

    IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS Object and Liquid Entry For your protection, please read these instructions completely, and keep this manual for future reference. Never push objects of any kind into the set Carefully observe and comply with all warnings, cautions and through the cabinet slots as they may touch instructions placed on the set, or described in the operating dangerous voltage points or short out parts that instructions or service manual.
  • Page 180 Ventilation Lightning The slots and openings in the cabinet and in the For added protection for this television receiver during a lightning back or bottom are provided for necessary storm, or when it is left unattended and unused for long periods of ventilation.
  • Page 181 PRO, Memory Stick PRO Duo, MagicGate, Super Fine Pitch, MID, Clear Edge, Twin View, ClearEdge VM and HD Detailer are trademarks of Sony Corporation. i.LINK is a trademark of Sony Corporation and used only to designate that a product contains an IEEE 1394 connector.
  • Page 182 Contents Introducing the FD Trinitron Wega Overview .......................9 Presenting the FD Trinitron Wega ............... 9 Package Contents................9 Features .................... 9 Setting Up the TV Overview .....................13 About the AC Power Cord...............13 TV Controls and Connectors...............14 Front Panel ..................14 Rear Panel ..................15 Basic Connections: Connecting a Cable or Antenna.........17 About Using CableCARD ..............17 Cable or Antenna Only ..............18...
  • Page 183 Using the Remote Control Overview .....................47 Inserting Batteries..................47 Button Descriptions ..................48 Outside Panel ..................48 Inside Panel ..................50 Programming the Remote Control ............51 Using the Features Overview .....................53 Watching TV ....................54 Using the Program Guide ................55 Using Additional Program Guide Options.........56 Using the Scrolling Index ................57 Factors Affecting Scrolling Index ............57 Using Screen Mode ..................58...
  • Page 184 Using the Parent Menu................102 Using the Setup Menu ................105 Using the Applications Menu..............108 Other Information Overview ....................111 Glossary ..................... 112 Contacting Sony ..................113 Troubleshooting..................113 Twin View ..................113 Remote Control ................114 CableCARD ................... 114 Channels ..................115 Memory Stick ................
  • Page 186: Introducing The Fd Trinitron Wega

    Introducing the FD Trinitron Wega Overview This chapter describes the contents of the package in which the TV is shipped and provides an overview of the features of your Wega TV. Presenting the FD Trinitron Wega The FD Trinitron Wega (pronounced VAY-GAH) is characterized by outstanding contrast, uncompromising accuracy, and corner-to- corner detail.
  • Page 187 ❑ CableCARD slot: Provides cable subscribers with access to digitally encrypted cable channels — without the need for a set- top box — that will enable you to receive not only standard definition but also high definition television. The CableCARD, which is provided by your cable TV company, is inserted into the TV’s rear panel CableCARD slot.
  • Page 188 ❑ Component Video Inputs: Offers the best video quality for DVD (480p, 480i), and digital set-top box (HD1080i, 720p) connections. ™ ❑ HD Detailer : Wideband video amplifier has a high bandwidth frequency rating, which allows it to send more video information to the screen, resulting in finer picture quality, especially for HD sources.
  • Page 190: Setting Up The Tv

    Setting Up the TV Overview This chapter includes illustrated instructions for setting up your TV. Topic Page(s) TV Controls and Connectors 14-16 Basic Connections: Connecting a Cable or Antenna 17-21 Connecting Optional Equipment VCR and Cable VCR and Cable Box Two VCRs for Tape Editing Satellite Receiver Satellite Receiver and VCR...
  • Page 191: Tv Controls And Connectors

    LED blinks continuously, this may indicate the TV needs service (see “Contacting Sony” on page 113). When lit, indicates one of the timers is set. When the timer is set, this LED will remain lit even if the TV is turned off. For details, see page 108.
  • Page 192: Rear Panel

    Rear Panel...
  • Page 193 (L/R) jacks. Component video provides better picture quality than 1, 2, or 3). 7 CONTROL S Allows the TV to receive (IN) and send (OUT) remote control signals to other Sony IN/OUT infrared-controlled audio or video equipment that has the CONTROL S function.
  • Page 194: Basic Connections: Connecting A Cable Or Antenna

    Check with your cable TV company for CableCARD service details, limitations, pricing, and availability, all of which are determined by your cable TV company — not Sony. For information on installing and activating CableCARD, see “Using CableCARD” on page 43.
  • Page 195: Cable Or Antenna Only

    Cable or Antenna For best results, use one of the following connections if you are connecting a cable or an antenna and you: Only ❑ Do not need a cable box to unscramble channels. (If you have a cable box, see pages 20-21.) ❑...
  • Page 196: Cable And Antenna Only

    Cable and Antenna For best results, use this connection if you: ❑ Have a cable and an antenna. Only (This is convenient if you are using a separate rooftop antenna to receive additional channels that are not provided by your cable TV company.) ❑...
  • Page 197: Cable Box And Cable Only

    Cable Box and For best results, use this connection if: ❑ Your cable TV company scrambles some channels, such as Cable Only premium channels (which requires you to use a cable box), but does not scramble all channels. Before connecting a cable ❑...
  • Page 198: Cable Box Only

    Cable Box Only For best results, use this connection if: ❑ Your cable TV company scrambles all channels, which requires you to use a cable box. Before connecting a cable box, see “About Using ❑ You do not have a VCR. (If you have a VCR, see pages 24 and 26.) CableCARD”...
  • Page 199: Connecting Optional Equipment

    Connecting Optional Equipment Use the directions in this section to connect the following optional equipment: If You Are Connecting See Page VCR and Cable VCR and Cable Box Two VCRs for Tape Editing Satellite Receiver Satellite Receiver and VCR DVD Player with Component Video Connectors DVD Player with S VIDEO and Audio Connectors...
  • Page 200: Making Video Connections

    Making Video Your TV includes several types of video inputs. When connecting your TV, use the inputs that are available on your components that Connections provide the best video performance, as described below. Best Video Performance HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) Component video S VIDEO Composite video...
  • Page 201: Vcr And Cable

    VCR and Cable For best results, use this connection if: ❑ Your cable TV company does not require you to use a cable box. About Using This Connection with Dual Picture (Twin View, etc.) Features With this connection, you can use all the dual picture features. To connect the VCR and cable Connect the CATV cable to the VCR’s VHF/UHF input jack.
  • Page 202 (CABLE in the illustration). Set up the TV remote control If you have a non-Sony VCR, you must program the remote control. See to operate the VCR “Programming the Remote Control” on pages 51-52.
  • Page 203: Vcr And Cable Box

    VCR and Cable Box For best results, use this connection if: ❑ Your cable TV company scrambles some channels, such as premium channels (which requires you to use a cable box), but Before connecting a cable does not scramble all channels. box, see “About Using CableCARD”...
  • Page 204 VCR input (VIDEO 1 in the illustration). Set up the TV remote control If you have a non-Sony VCR, you must program the remote control. See to operate the cable box or “Programming the Remote Control” on pages 51-52.
  • Page 205: Two Vcrs For Tape Editing

    Two VCRs for Tape Connecting two VCRs lets you record from one VCR to the other. By connecting them as shown below, you can view (monitor) what is Editing being recorded. Using To connect two VCRs for tape editing S VIDEO jacks? Use an A/V cable to connect the playback VCR’s A/V output See page 23.
  • Page 206 VCR input (VIDEO 1 in the recorded illustration above). Set up the TV remote control If you have a non-Sony VCR, you must program the remote control. See to operate the VCR(s) “Programming the Remote Control” on pages 51-52. Activate the TV remote Open the outside cover, as shown on page 50.
  • Page 207: Satellite Receiver

    Satellite Receiver To connect a satellite receiver Connect the satellite antenna cable to the satellite receiver’s satellite input jack. Using Use an A/V cable to connect the satellite receiver’s A/V output S VIDEO jacks? jacks to the TV’s A/V input jacks. See page 23.
  • Page 208 (VIDEO 1 in the illustration). Set up the TV remote control to operate the If you have a non-Sony satellite receiver, you must program satellite receiver the remote control. See “Programming the Remote Control”...
  • Page 209: Satellite Receiver And Vcr

    Satellite Receiver To connect a satellite receiver and VCR and VCR Connect the CATV cable to the single (input) jack of the splitter. Use a coaxial cable to connect one of the splitter’s two output jacks to the TV’s CABLE jack. Use a coaxial cable to connect the splitter’s other output jack to the satellite receiver’s VHF/UHF input jack.
  • Page 210 VCR is connected (VIDEO 1 in the illustration). Set up the TV remote control If you have a non-Sony VCR or satellite receiver, you must program the to operate the satellite remote control. See “Programming the Remote Control” on pages 51-52.
  • Page 211: Dvd Player With Component Video Connectors

    DVD Player with For best results, use this connection if your DVD player has component video (Y, P ) jacks. Component Video Connectors To connect a DVD player with component video connectors Use three separate component video cables to connect the DVD player’s Y, P and P jacks to the Y, P...
  • Page 212 DVD input (VIDEO 5 in the illustration). Set up the TV remote control If you have a non-Sony DVD player, you must program the remote control. to operate the DVD player See “Programming the Remote Control” on pages 51-52.
  • Page 213: Dvd Player With S Video And Audio Connectors

    DVD input (VIDEO 1 in the illustration). Set up the TV remote control If you have a non-Sony DVD player, you must program the remote control. to operate the DVD player See “Programming the Remote Control” on pages 51-52.
  • Page 214: Camcorder

    Camcorder For easy connection of a camcorder, the TV has front A/V input jacks. If you prefer, however, you can connect the camcorder to the TV’s rear A/V input jacks. ✍ If your camcorder is equipped with an i.LINK jack, you can connect it using i.LINK instead of the A/V inputs.
  • Page 215: Audio Receiver

    Audio Receiver For improved sound quality, you may want to play the TV’s audio through your stereo system. To connect an audio system Use an audio cable to connect the TV’s audio output jacks to the audio receiver’s line input jacks. Cables are often color-coded to connectors.
  • Page 216: Dvi-equipped Device

    DVI-Equipped If you have a device, such as an HDTV receiver, that has DVI (Digital Video Interface) output, use the following connection. Device To connect a device that has DVI OUT: Use an HDMI-to-DVI cable to connect the device’s DVI OUT jack to the TV’s HDMI IN jack.
  • Page 217: Hdmi-equipped Device

    HDMI-Equipped If you have a device, such as an HDTV receiver, that has a High- Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI), use the following Device connection. To connect a device that has HDMI OUT: Use the HDMI cable that came with your device to connect the device’s HDMI OUT jack to the TV’s HDMI IN jack.
  • Page 218: Connecting A Device With An Optical In Connector

    Connecting a Device with an Optical IN Connector You can use the TV’s DIGITAL AUDIO OPTICAL output jack to connect an audio device that is Dolby Digital and PCM compatible, such as an audio amplifier. ❑ Using an optical cable, connect the TV’s DIGITAL AUDIO OPTICAL output jack to the device’s audio optical input jack.
  • Page 219: Using The Control S Feature

    Using the CONTROL S Feature CONTROL S allows you to control your system and other Sony equipment with one remote control. In addition to allowing you to control multiple devices with one remote control, the CONTROL S feature allows you to always point your remote control at your TV, instead of having to point it at the other equipment, which might be hidden or out of direct line of sight.
  • Page 220: Using Cablecard

    Check with your cable TV company for CableCARD service details, limitations, pricing, and availability, all of which are determined by your cable TV company — not Sony. Activating Before you can use CableCARD service, you need to insert the...
  • Page 221: Removing The Cablecard

    Gently push the card into the slot until it locks into place. Turn on the TV. After 1-2 minutes, the CableCARD setup screen is You can also access displayed. This screen includes information your cable TV information about your company will request before they can activate your service. CableCARD in the Applications Follow the displayed instructions: Phone your cable TV Menu (see page 109).
  • Page 222: Setting Up The Channel List

    Setting Up the Channel List After you finish connecting the TV, you need to run the Initial Setup feature, which automatically creates a list of available analog and digital channels and lets you correct tilt and vertical correction settings. The Initial Setup screens appear when you turn on your TV for the first time after hooking it up.
  • Page 224: Using The Remote Control

    Using the Remote Control Overview This chapter describes how to set up, program, and use the TV’s remote control. Topic Page Inserting Batteries Button Descriptions Outside Panel Inside Panel Programming the Remote Control Inserting Batteries Remove the battery cover from the remote control. Insert two size AA (R6) batteries (supplied) by matching the e and E terminals on the batteries to the diagram inside the battery compartment.
  • Page 225: Button Descriptions

    Button Descriptions Outside Panel Button Description 1 MUTING Press to mute the sound. Press again or press VOL+ MUTING SLEEP SAT/CABLE POWER restore the sound. 2 SLEEP Press repeatedly until the TV displays the time in minutes (15, 30, 45, 60, or 90) that you want the TV to FUNCTION SAT/CABLE i.LINK...
  • Page 226 Button Description qg CODE SET Press to program the remote control to operate non- Sony video equipment. For details, see “Programming the Remote Control” on page 51. qh POWER SAT/CABLE: Press to turn on and off the satellite receiver Buttons or cable box.
  • Page 227: Inside Panel

    VCR or DVD player, depending on the position of the A/V slide switch. For details, see page 51. VCR and DVD buttons require that you first program the remote (page 51), if the VCR and DVD player are not Sony brand. Button Description...
  • Page 228: Programming The Remote Control

    VHS VCR MUTING SLEEP SAT/CABLE POWER DVD player TV/VCR/DVD VCR/DVD If you have video equipment other than Sony brand that you want to SYSTEM i.LINK control with the TV’s remote control, use the following procedure to program the remote control.
  • Page 229 Manufacturer’s Codes VCRs DVD Players Manufacturer Code Manufacturer Code Manufacturer Code Realistic 309, 330, 328, Sony Sony 301, 302, 303 335, 324, 338 Apex Admiral Sansui (M. Ward) General Electric Samsung 322, 313, 321 Aiwa 338, 344 Hitachi Sanyo 330, 335...
  • Page 230: Using The Features

    Using the Features Overview This chapter describes how to use the features of your TV. Topic Page Watching TV Using the Program Guide Using the Scrolling Index Using Screen Mode Using Twin View Using Favorite Channels Using the Freeze Function Using Other Equipment with Your TV Remote Control...
  • Page 231: Watching Tv

    Watching TV To Do This ... Do This ... For a complete list of all Activate the remote control to Press TV FUNCTION the functions of the remote operate the TV control, see pages 47-52. Turn on/off the TV Press TV POWER Tune directly to a channel To tune to analog channels, press...
  • Page 232: Using The Program Guide

    Using the Program Guide The program guide lets you review program information and select The program guide is not both analog and digital channels. available while using multipicture ✍ functions (Twin View, Freeze, The Program Guide cannot be displayed when the TV is tuned to one of the Scrolling Index, i.LINK, Memory video inputs or if the Channel Fix option is set to anything other than Off Stick, or Favorite Channels).
  • Page 233: Using Additional Program Guide Options

    Using Additional Move the joystick while in the program guide’s channel list to display the following options, which allow you to customize the Program Guide settings of the program on the currently tuned channel. Options Option Description Alternate Video Each program has a main video stream (the video that you (when see when the channel is first tuned), and may have available)
  • Page 234: Using The Scrolling Index

    Using the Scrolling Index The Scrolling Index lets you select programs from a series of preview windows that scroll along the right side of the screen. Press INDEX The Scrolling Index appears, with the currently selected program in the main (left) window, and four scrolling video pictures in the right.
  • Page 235: Using Screen Mode

    Using Screen Mode The Screen Mode feature lets you change the picture size for both standard-definition (480i/480p) and high-definition (720p/1080i) You can also access the Screen sources. Mode settings in the Screen Menu. For details, see page 99. ❑ Press repeatedly to toggle through the following SCREEN MODE Screen Mode settings.
  • Page 236: Using Screen Mode With High-definition (720p/1080i) Sources

    Using Screen Mode with High-Definition (720p/1080i) Sources Example Description Full displays the picture at its original size. SCREEN MODE If the source is a 16:9 high-definition (720p/1080i) signal, the picture fills the screen. Full (native 16:9) If the source is a 4:3 standard-definition signal that has been upconverted, bars are shown to fill the 16:9 screen.
  • Page 237: Using Twin View

    Using Twin View Twin View lets you see two pictures from two sources — from an antenna, VCR, DVD, etc. — on the screen at the same time. You hear the sound from only one of the sources at a time, but you can choose which source’s sound is selected.
  • Page 238: Activating The Picture

    Activating the You can use the buttons to activate the left and right pictures while using Twin View. Picture To Do This ... Do This ... To activate the picture in the right window Move the joystick b. To activate the picture in the left window Move the joystick B.
  • Page 239: Changing The Picture Size

    Changing the The zoom feature lets you vary the relative size of the left and right pictures. Picture Size To Do This ... Do This ... Enlarge the active picture Move the joystick Make the active picture smaller Move the joystick When you adjust the picture sizes, the TV memorizes the change.
  • Page 240: Using Favorite Channels

    Using Favorite Channels The Favorite Channels feature lets you select programs from a list of up to 16 favorite channels that you specify. You can create a list using the Favorite Channel option in the Channel Menu, or by using the Add to Favorites feature in the Favorite Channels guide.
  • Page 241: Using The Favorite Channels Guide

    Using the Favorite Press . The Favorite Channels list appears. FAVORITES Channels Guide Preview of FAVORITES highlighted Favorite Channel Favorite Channels Move the joystick to highlight the channel you want to watch. A preview of the highlighted Favorite Channel appears. ✍...
  • Page 242: Using The Freeze Function

    Using the Freeze Function button allows you to temporarily capture a program’s FREEZE picture. You can use this feature to write down information such as phone numbers, recipes, etc. ✍ The Freeze feature is not available while using Twin View. When the program information you want to capture is displayed, press FREEZE...
  • Page 243: Using Other Equipment With Your Tv Remote Control

    TV’s video inputs. Set up the TV remote control to You must program the remote control the operate non-Sony equipment first time you use it. See “Programming the Remote Control” on pages 51 to 52. Operating a VCR To Do This ...
  • Page 244: Operating A Cable Box

    Operating a Cable To Do This ... Press Activate the remote control SAT/CABLE FUNCTION to operate the cable box Turn on/off SAT/CABLE POWER Select a channel 0-9, ENTER CH +/- Change channels Back to previous channel JUMP Operating a DVD To Do This ...
  • Page 245: Operating A Dvd/vcr Combination Unit

    Operating a To Do This ... Press DVD/VCR Activate the remote control Open the outside cover, as shown on page 50. Combination Unit to operate the DVD/VCR Then set the A/V slide switch to the position you programmed for the DVD or VCR. Turn on/off VCR/DVD (power)
  • Page 246: Using The Memory Stick Viewer

    Using the Memory Stick Viewer About Memory Stick Memory Stick (sold separately) is a compact, portable, and versatile Integrated Circuit recording medium with a data capacity that makes it perfect for portable applications, such as digital photography. Memory Stick is specially designed for sharing digital data among Memory Stick compatible products such as digital cameras and digital video cameras.
  • Page 247: Memory Stick Compatibility

    ❑ The Memory Stick has been formatted on a personal computer. Sony recommends that you back up all data stored on Memory Stick media to avoid potential data loss. In the above two cases, in order to avoid potential data corruption that may occur, be sure to back up data prior to use with the TV’s Memory Stick Viewer.
  • Page 248: File Compatibility

    Supported File Name Extensions JPEG .jpg .jpeg MPEG1 .mpg .mpeg Trademark Memory Stick, Memory Stick Duo, Memory Stick PRO, Memory Stick Information PRO Duo, and MagicGate are trademarks of Sony Corporation. *Some variations of MPEG1 movies may not play back correctly.
  • Page 249: Inserting And Removing A Memory Stick

    Inserting and Removing a Memory Stick Inserting a Memory Stick ✍ The Memory Stick slot on your TV has been designed to accommodate standard and compact versions of Memory Stick. It is not necessary to use an adapter for Memory Stick Duo and Memory Stick PRO Duo. If you use an adapter it may damage the adapter and Memory Stick slot.
  • Page 250: Removing A Memory Stick

    Removing a To remove a Memory Stick Memory Stick Check that the Memory Stick indicator is off. (When the light is on, this indicates that the TV is reading data from the Memory Stick.) ✍ Removing the Memory Stick while a file is being accessed (when the Memory Stick LED on the TV’s front panel is lit) may damage the Memory Stick or its contents.
  • Page 251: Using The Memory Stick Index

    Using the Memory Stick Index Turn on the TV and insert a Memory Stick that contains the photo or movie files you want to view. For details, see page 72. ✍ If the Memory Stick Index does not appear, press the MEMORY STICK button on the remote control.
  • Page 252 Using the Memory The following describes how to use the Memory Stick Index. Stick Index To Do This ... Do This ... V v B b Move the highlight Move the joystick to a photo, voice memo ( ), or movie ( thumbnail Display the...
  • Page 253: Viewing Photos

    Viewing Photos When you select a photo from the Memory Stick Index (described on page 74), it displays as shown below, with the following controls. Information about selected photo Selected photo Previous/next buttons Photo Menu bar ✍ JPEGs captured using a digital video camera may appear to display motion in full screen.
  • Page 254: Photo Menu Bar Options

    Photo Menu The Photo Menu bar lets you access additional photo viewing options. Bar Options To access the Photo Menu bar to select , or Move the joystick Slide Show View File Press to select the desired option. Option Description Index Displays the Memory Stick Index, with the highlight on the thumbnail of the currently displayed photo.
  • Page 255: Using Zoom And Pan

    Using Zoom To Zoom and Pan a photo and Pan In the Photo Menu bar, highlight View Highlight and press Zoom/Pan Specify the zoom center point by moving the joystick; then press to set the center. The Zoom and Pan controls are displayed. To Do This ...
  • Page 256: Playing Movies

    Playing Movies When you select a movie from the Memory Stick Index (described on page 74), it displays as shown below, with the following controls. Information about selected movie Selected movie Enlarge button Play/pause button Previous/next buttons Movie Menu bar Movie Controls To Do This ...
  • Page 257: Movie Menu Bar Options

    Movie Menu To access the Movie Menu bar Bar Options Index ighlight in the Movie Menu bar to select , or Move the joystick Index Slide Show File Select the desired option. Option Description Index Displays the Memory Stick Index, with the highlight on the MPEG1 files that are thumbnail of the currently displayed movie.
  • Page 258: Memory Stick Index Menu Bar Options

    Memory Stick Index Menu Bar Options Slide Show Menu The Slide Show Menu includes the following options: Options Option Description Start Starts the Slide Show. The Slide Show Menu is the Music Allows you to select background audio to play during the same whether you select it from Slide Show.
  • Page 259: Contents Menu Options

    Memory Stick Viewer. Digital Camera Selects all folders within the directories Folders defined by the DCF rules used by Sony digital cameras (see page 83). JPEG and MPEG1 files in those directories are recognized even if they do not conform to the DCF file naming rules.
  • Page 260: Notes On Using Memory Stick Media

    Notes on Using Memory Stick Media About DCF File Most Sony brand digital still and video cameras automatically record still photo and movie files using DCF compliant directory and file Names names. If you selected the option, as described on page 82, Digital Camera Folders you might want to have your digital camera’s instruction manual...
  • Page 261: Memory Stick Precautions

    Memory Stick When using Memory Stick media, follow these precautions: Precautions ❑ To avoid permanent damage to still image data, do not turn off the TV or remove Memory Stick media from the insertion slot while data is being read (as indicated by the Memory Stick indicator light being on).
  • Page 262: Using I.link

    Sony Corporation and used only to designate that a product contains an IEEE 1394 connector. All products with an i.LINK connector may not communicate with each other.
  • Page 263: Connecting I.link Devices

    Connecting i.LINK Devices ✍ Before connecting this unit to i.LINK-compatible equipment, read the instruction manual of the i.LINK device to be connected. To connect a digital i.LINK device (using only a digital signal) Using an i.LINK cable (see page 85), connect the device’s i.LINK jack to either of the TV’s i.LINK jacks.
  • Page 264 Notes on Using This Connection To Do This ... Do This ... Set up a digital For digital i.LINK devices (devices that require only i.LINK device the i.LINK connection), no setup is necessary. The TV automatically recognizes the device as soon as the connection is made.
  • Page 265: Selecting An I.link Device

    Selecting an i.LINK Device Before an i.LINK device can be viewed, it must first be selected via the i.LINK Device List. Connect the i.LINK device that you wish to operate. i.LINK ✍ For instructions on connecting i.LINK devices, see page 86. Press on the remote control.
  • Page 266: Using The I.link Control Panel

    Using the i.LINK Control Panel After you select an i.LINK device using the Device List, the TV displays the i.LINK Control Panel, which allows you to use the TV's remote to control the selected i.LINK device. If the i.LINK Control Panel is not already displayed, press i.LINK on the remote control.
  • Page 267: Notes About Controlling I.link Devices

    To Do This ... Do This ... Go to the Device List Move the joystick to highlight Back to Device List and press Swap Audio Change the audio being played Move the joystick to highlight and press . An icon from the TV to the current selected appears next to the window that currently has sound.
  • Page 268: I.link Setup

    i.LINK Setup You can use the i.LINK Control Panel to access digital setup options. To set up the selected device: ❑ Move the joystick to highlight and press Setup The following options are displayed: Option Description Alternate Video Each program has a main video stream (the video that you (when see when the channel is first tuned), and may have available)
  • Page 270: Using The Menus

    Using the Menus Overview The Menu gives you access to the following features: Menu Icon Description Page The Video Menu allows you to make adjustments to your picture settings. It also allows you to customize the Picture Mode based on the type of program you are viewing, select Advanced Video options, and more.
  • Page 271: Using The Video Menu

    Using the Video Menu To access the Video Menu, follow these steps: Display Menu Highlight Press to select MENU To change settings, move the joystick V v B Press to confirm the selection. To exit the Menu, press MENU Selecting Video The Video Menu includes the following options: Options Option...
  • Page 272 Option Description ClearEdge VM Sharpens picture definition to give every object a sharp, clean edge. Select from High, Medium, Low, Off. Velocity Modulation Advanced Program Advanced Video Select to choose among the options. You can also change the Video DRC Mode using the DRC Mode Creates a high-resolution picture with 4x MODE...
  • Page 273 Option Description Advanced Color Axis Allows you to control the emphasis of red Video tones. (continued) Default Emphasizes red tones. Monitor De-emphasizes red tones. Mode Memory Mode Allows you to control how the settings (Vivid, Standard, Movie, Pro) are applied to TV viewing, Memory Stick viewing, i.LINK and each video input.
  • Page 274: Using The Audio Menu

    Using the Audio Menu To access the Audio Menu, follow these steps: Display Menu Highlight Press to select MENU To change settings, move the joystick V v B Press to confirm the selection. To exit the Menu, press MENU Selecting Audio The Audio Menu includes the following options: Options Option...
  • Page 275 Option Description Speaker Select to turn on the TV speakers. Select to turn off the TV speakers and listen to the TV's sound only through your external audio system speakers. Audio Out This option can be set only when the Speaker option is set to Off.
  • Page 276: Using The Screen Menu

    Using the Screen Menu To access the Screen Menu, follow these steps: Display Menu Highlight Press to select MENU To change settings, move the joystick V v B Press to confirm the selection. To exit the Menu, press MENU Selecting Screen The Screen Menu includes the following options: Mode Options Option...
  • Page 277: Using The Channel Menu

    Using the Channel Menu To access the Channel Menu, follow these steps: Display Menu Highlight Press to select MENU To change settings, move the joystick V v B Press to confirm the selection. To exit the Menu, press MENU Selecting Channel The Channel Menu includes the following options: Options Option...
  • Page 278 Option Description Show/Hide Allows you to show or hide channels that appear in the Channels that you set to Channels CH+/- Program Guide (page 55) and when you use the Hidden can be accessed only Hidden buttons to channel surf. Channels that are set to with the buttons.
  • Page 279: Using The Parent Menu

    Using the Parent Menu The Parent Menu allows you to set up the TV to block programs according to their content and rating levels. To access the Parent Menu, follow these steps: Display Menu Highlight Press to select MENU Use the buttons on the remote control to enter a four-digit password.
  • Page 280: Viewing Blocked Programs

    US Models: For US models, the Custom Rating Menu includes the following options. (For Canadian models, see page 104.) Selecting Custom Rating Options Option Description Movie Rating All children and General Audience. Parental Guidance suggested. PG-13 Parental Guidance for children under 13. The Content-Based Ratings are linked to the level of the Restricted viewing, parental guidance is...
  • Page 281 Canadian Models: For Canadian models, the Custom Rating Menu includes the following options. (For US models, see page 103 Selecting Custom Rating Options Option Description English Rating All children. Children 8 years and older. General programming. Parental Guidance. Viewers 14 and older. Adult programming.
  • Page 282: Using The Setup Menu

    Using the Setup Menu To access the Setup Menu, follow these steps: Display Menu Highlight Press to select MENU To change settings, move the joystick V v B Press to confirm the selection. To exit the Menu, press MENU Selecting The Setup Menu includes the following options: Setup Options Option...
  • Page 283: Programming Caption Vision

    Option Description Normally, Tilt Correction Tilt Correction Allows you to correct any tilt of the picture. Vertical Correction only Move the joystick to choose a correction between need to be adjusted the first +7 and -7 and press time you turn on the unit and Vertical Correction Allows you to make a vertical correction to the picture.
  • Page 284 Advanced Allows you to make additional settings for digital (EIA- Settings 708) closed caption options. As Broadcast Large Text Small Text Custom ... Allows you to customize the following settings: Character Size Small, Standard, Large Character Style Style 1-7 Character Color None, Color 1-8 Edge Color...
  • Page 285: Using The Applications Menu

    Using the Applications Menu To access the Applications Menu, follow these steps: Display Menu Highlight Press to select MENU To change settings, move the joystick V v B Press to confirm the selection. To exit the Menu, press MENU Selecting The Applications Menu includes the following options: Applications Option...
  • Page 286 Option Description Current Time Press to select Current Time. To return to the Timer Press to set the current time (day, hour, and Menu after setting the minute). Press to confirm each setting and Current Time, press move to the next setting. Press to go back to the when the highlight is in the previous setting.
  • Page 288: Other Information

    Other Information Overview This chapter includes the following topics: Topic Page Glossary Contacting Sony Troubleshooting Specifications Optional Accessories Index...
  • Page 289: Glossary

    Glossary analog signal A signaling method that uses continuous changes in the amplitude or frequency of an electronic transmission to convey information. aspect ratio Refers to the ratio between the width and height of the screen. This TV has a 16:9 (widescreen) aspect ratio, as opposed to a 4:3 aspect ratio.
  • Page 290: Contacting Sony

    Contacting Sony If, after reading these operating instructions, you have additional questions related to the use of your Sony television, please call our Customer Information Services Center at 1-800-222-SONY (7669) (US residents only) or (416) 499-SONY (7669) (Canadian residents only).
  • Page 291: Remote Control

    There may be more than one code for the equipment that you are attempting to operate. ❏ There is a possibility that some non-Sony equipment cannot be operated by your Sony TV remote.You may need to use the equipment’s original remote control.
  • Page 292: Channels

    Channels Problem Possible Remedies ❏ Cannot receive upper Auto Program in the Channel Menu to add receivable channels that are channels (UHF) when not presently in the TV’s memory (see page 100). using an antenna ❏ Auto Program TV is fixed to one channel in the Channel Menu to add receivable channels that are not presently in the TV’s memory (see page 100).
  • Page 293: Memory Stick

    Memory Stick Problem Possible Remedies ❏ Image does not Make sure the image file is a JPEG (.jpg, .jpeg) file or an MPEG1 (.mpg, display/Cannot see all files .mpeg) file. ❏ Make sure the Memory Stick is inserted properly (see page 72). ❏...
  • Page 294: Audio

    Problem Possible Remedies ❏ MPEG1 movie does not Some variations of MPEG1 movies may not be compatible with the play back correctly Memory Stick Viewer. ❏ MPEG1 quality is poor when The quality of the movie when enlarged depends on the resolution of the enlarged (page 79) MPEG1 file.
  • Page 295: Video

    No picture If your TV does not turn on, and a red light keeps flashing, your TV may (screen not lit), no sound need service. Call your local Sony Service Center. ❏ Make sure the power cord is plugged in.
  • Page 296 Problem Possible Remedies ❏ TV makes “popping” sound This is a normal sound that results from the TV automatically degaussing when turned on each time it is turned on. ❏ TIMER/STAND BY LED on The LED (see page 14) blinks when the TV is turned on, then shuts off front panel is lit when the picture is displayed.
  • Page 297: Specifications

    Specifications ® Picture Tube FD Trinitron tube Antenna 75 ohm external terminal for VHF/UHF Television System NTSC American TV Standard ATSC (8VSB terrestrial) ATSC compliant 8VSB QAM on cable ANSI/SCTE 07 2000 Channel Coverage Terrestrial (analog) 2-69 Cable TV (analog) 1-125 Terrestrial (digital) 2-69...
  • Page 298: Optional Accessories

    Optional Accessories ❑ A/V Cable (VMC-810/820/830 HG) ❑ Audio Cable (RKC-515HG) ❑ Component Video Cable (VMC-10/30 HG) ❑ TV Stand: SU-34XBR3 ❑ i.LINK cables: VMC-IL4415 (4-pin to 4-pin, 1.5 meters); VMC- IL4435 (4-pin to 4-pin, 3.5 meters)
  • Page 300: Index

    Index 0-9 buttons 49 View 62 4:3 Default settings 99 Channel Fix 100 Fast-forward button 50 channel list, setting up 45 Favorite Channels 10 Channel Menu 93 clearing 63 Channel Skip/Add 101 Advanced Video 95 in Channel Menu 100 CineMotion 11 Alternate Audio 56 using 63 ClearEdge VM 95...
  • Page 301 password, changing 102 speakers Pause button 50 turning on/off 98 Language, setting 106 photos using external speakers 98 viewing thumbnails 74 specifications 120 PIC MODE button 49 Standard mode 94 Memory Stick picture contrast, adjusting 94 Steady Sound, described 10 button 49 Picture in Picture.
  • Page 302 Video modes, selecting 94 Vivid mode 94 VOL buttons 14 Warm, Color Temperature 94 Wega, described 9 Wide Zoom 58 widescreen 11 Zoom (Screen Mode) 58 zoom feature, with Twin View 62...

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