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Projection TV Training Guide
SD-533HD5 & SD-643HD5
Multimedia & Web Training Department
545 Nolen Drive Suite 100
Southlake, Texas 76092

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    Projection TV Training Guide SD-533HD5 & SD-643HD5 Multimedia & Web Training Department 545 Nolen Drive Suite 100 Southlake, Texas 76092...

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Contents Preface ……………………….…….. 3 Adjustment Comparisons PCB Layouts Adjustment 2 ….…...………….…… 20 Overall ………………………….…... 4 Adjustment 3 …..….……………….. 21 Signal Assembly ….………………. 5 Disassembly and Adjustment Section … 22 Video IP Block …………….….…… 6 Front Panel & Screen ……………. 23 Power Supply ………………………...

  • Page 3: Preface

    Safety information harm. (California Health and Safety Code Section 25249.5). Important safety data for this Pioneer model is contained in the service manual. Before returning the unit to the customer, complete all product safety obligations and tests.

  • Page 4: Pcb Layouts

    PCB Layout ( Back View) SD-533HD5 POWER SUPPLY AWV1887 DEFLECTION AWV1909 CRT DRIVE AWV1889 DIGITAL CONVERGENCE AWV1892 VIDEO IP AWV1910 SIGNAL AWV1891 CRT DRIVE VIDEO IP VIDEO IP AWV1889 AWV1890- AWV1890- VIDEO IP AWV1910 SIGNAL DIGITAL CONVERGENCE AWV1891 AWV1892 POWER SUPPLY...

  • Page 5: Signal Assembly

    3D Y/C SEP BLOCK AV I/O BLOCK MAIN COLOR DECORDER BLOCK SYNC BLOCK VR3901 SUB COLOR DECORDER BLOCK SYNC DET BLOCK Adjustment SD-533HD5 Adjustment Elite PRO-510HD MAIN Y adjustment MAIN Y adjustment Signal Adj Mode FACTORY MAIN COLOR adjustment MAIN COLOR adjustment...

  • Page 6: Video Ip Block

    IP BLOCK " 3201-3900 TWIN PICTURE BLOCK " 3001-3200 VIDEO BLOCK " 1901-2100 VIDEO BLOCK SUB MICRO-COMPUTER BLOCK IP BLOCK TWIN PICTURE BLOCK Adjustment SD-533HD5 Adjustment Elite PRO-510HD PANEL RIGHT adjustment none PANEL LEFT adjustment none FLESH TONE adjustment none...

  • Page 7: Power Supply

    901-1000 AUDIO EQ BLOCK " 1601-1650 POWER SUPPLY BLOCK STANDBY BLOCK SECONDARY BLOCK AUDIO BLOCK VR101 AUDIO EQ BLOCK VR301 PRIMARY BLOCK Velocity MODULATION BLOCK Adjustment Elite PRO-510HD SD-533HD5 Adjustment 130v adjustment 120v adjustment VR101 5V adjustment 5V adjustment VR301...

  • Page 8: Deflection

    " 801-900 HORIZONTAL DEFLECTION BLOCK DYNAMIC FOCUS BLOCK CONVERGENCE AMPLIFIER BLOCK VR601 VR602 Connected to DIGITAL CONVERGENCE Assembly AWV1892 VERTICAL DEFLECTION BLOCK HIGH VOLTAGE BLOCK Adjustment SD-533HD5 Adjustment Elite PRO-510HD HV adjustment HV adjustment VR601 X-RAY adjustment X-RAY adjustment VR602...

  • Page 9: Digital Convergence

    Digital Convergence Assembly AWV1892 DIGITAL CONVERGENCE ASSEMBLY AWV1892 Component Location Numbers DIGITAL CONVERGENCE ASSEMBLY " 1201-1400 DIGITAL CONVERGENCE ASSEMBLY connected to DEFLECTION Assembly AWV1888-A/AWV1909-A(for service) Adjustment Elite PRO-510HD SD-533HD5 Adjustment OSD POSITION adjustment none...

  • Page 10: Small Assembly's

    POWER SW ASSEMBLY AWZ6611 SHORT ASSEMBLY G CRT DRIVE ASSEMBLY AWZ6612 AWZ6606 VR1151 FRONT CONTROL & LED ASSEMBLY AWZ6608 R CRT DRIVE ASSEMBLY REM SENSOR ASSEMBLY AWZ6605 AWZ6610 Adjustment Elite PRO-510HD SD-533HD5 Adjustment PRE BRIGHT adjustment none DPO adjustment RLS adjustment VR1151...

  • Page 11: High Voltage

    High Voltage Control Section Elite PRO-510 SD-533HD5 High Voltage Control System High Voltage Control System High Voltage High Voltage HV Output HV Output Power Drive Power Drive Drive Pulse feedback feedback HV Control Power Drive Drive Pulse HV Control Module...

  • Page 12: I/p Conversion

    Elite PRO-510HD SD-533HD5 SGRAM SGRAM 480i to 480p Convert I/P DATA I/P VIDEO I/P VIDEO 480i 480i MB4095 SDA9280 480p DATA VIDEO VIDEO 480p 4:3 TA1276N TA1316N 480p,1080i 480p,1080i 3-2 Pull Down 480i INPUT Only 480i INPUT 4:3Aspect ratio conversion...

  • Page 13: Vertical Blanking

    Vertical Blanking Vertical Blanking Control Elite PRO-510 SD-533HD5 HG62G010R29FB HG62G010R29FB AFC PLL V.BLK V.BLK 2048fh 1024fh 1024fh TA8667F TLC2932 SYSTEM 1/512 15KHz 2fh 31KHz 1/102 HBLK0 15KHz VBLK2 DHBLK 31KHz VBLK2 From main-color demodulation block To digital convergence block From H. def block...

  • Page 14: System Control

    System Control AV I/O TWIN & TUNER 1 TUNER 2 FRONT I/P RESIZE RGB SEL PICTURE COMPOX2 SYNC DET BLOCK BLOCK BLOCK BLOCK YGSW VDRV BLOCK BLOCK HOSCSW SDA2 RGBSEL JUNGLE SYNCDET SCL2 STDSW SCL1 PLLDATA SCL3 ANTSW PASS RST SDA1 HSYNC2 SDA1...

  • Page 15: Overall

    3.1.1 OVERALL BLOCK DIAGRAM SIGNAL ASSY TUNER BLOCK SCL1,SDA1,AFT2 TWIN PICTURE Q2204,Q2205 MAIN COLOR BLOCK S.DET DECODER BLOCK HSYNC2 MCOMPSW IC2602 Q2107,Q2110 HSYNC1 NJM2233BM S.DET IC2503 IC3004 LC32V4265JL-25S IS41C16256-35K IC2601 TA1270BF 4M DRAM DRAM SCL1,SDA1,AFT1 ANTSW MVSYNC IC2501 MHSYNC Sync. Process TV2 V UPD64082GF-3BA IC3003...

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    VIDEO IP SERVICE ASSY IP BLOCK IPVS IC3601,IC3604 MS82V18520-8GA IPCLK IPDATA SGRAM IPBUSY IC3205 IPERR IC3201 IC3401 TC74HC126AF IPRST CXA3106Q PE5066A u-COM IC101 PLLCLK PASS IC3801 PLLDATA 480PSW HD64F3067RF20 PLLBUSY IC3501 IPVS PE5067A VSTD YPbPr TY TCB IC3104 IC102 IC3202 IC3203 MC14053BF TC74HC4053AF...

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    1.1 OVERALL BLOCK DIAGRAM SIGNAL ASSY TUNER BLOCK VIDEO IP SERVICE ASSY IP BLOCK SCL1,SDA1,AFT2 TWIN PICTURE Q2204,Q2205 MAIN COLOR BLOCK IPVS IC3601,IC3604 S.DET DECODER BLOCK MS82V18520-8GA HSYNC2 IPCLK MCOMPSW IC2602 IPDATA Q2107,Q2110 HSYNC1 SGRAM IPBUSY IC3205 NJM2233BM IC3201 IC3401 IPERR S.DET TC74HC126AF...

  • Page 18: Protection Circuit

    4. Block Diagram of the Protection Circuit POWER SW ASSY (AWZ6611) DEFLECTION SERVICE ASSY (AWV1909) High Voltage &H. Def Overload Detection Circuit D503 D613 X-ray Protection Circuit POWER SUPPLY ASSY (AWV1887) Fuse Detection Circuit D512 D305 H. Def. Stopping Detection Circuit CRT Heater Voltage Detection Circuit D807...

  • Page 19: Power Supply

    POWER SUPPLY Block POWER SW ASSY (AWZ6611) S1196 MAIN POWER POWER SUPPLY ASSY CN1196 (AWV1887) CN101 CN201 STANDBY RY201 FU201 D102 AC IN LIVE Block CN302 T101 D103 V+5STB NEUTRAL D201 T201 D327 CN301 C342 RY202 FU301 D326 V+35V D307 V+6V PRIMARY IC302...

  • Page 20: Adjustment 2

    Adjustment 2 Elite PRO-510HD SD-533HD5 NATURAL WIDE @ 15KHZ CINEMA WIDE @ 15KHZ ZOOM @ 15KHZ 4:3NORMAL @ 15KHZ FULL @ 15KHZ NATURAL WIDE @ 31KHZ × CINEMA WIDE @ 31KHZ × ZOOM @ 31KHZ × 4:3NORMAL @ 31KHZ ×...

  • Page 21: Adjustment 3

    Adjustment 3 W/B adjustment Elite PRO-510HD SD-533HD5 STD (COMPOSITE & “S”) COMPONENT none FILM none B&W not function PANEL adjustment Elite PRO-510HD SD-533HD5 PANEL RIGHT none PANEL LEFT none PANEL BRIGHT @ 15K PANEL CONTRAST @ 15K PANEL BRIGHT @ 31K...

  • Page 22: Disassembly And Adjustment Section

    Disassembly And Adjustment Section...

  • Page 23: Front Panel & Screen

    SD-533HD5, SD-643HD5 DISASSEMBLY How to remove a front part Decoration Panel assy Decoration Panel assy Slide the front panel to the left while pulling out on the right side and remove it carefully. Caution: Be careful when removing it because lead wires are connected to the Decoration Panel Assy.

  • Page 24: Rear Cover

    SD-533HD5, SD-643HD5 How to remove the screen (for adjusting Lens assemblies) Screen frame H assy Screen frame H assy needs to be shifted to the right. Lens Assy (Green) Lens Assy Lens Assy (Red) (Blue) Slide the Screen Frame H Assy and the Screen section together.

  • Page 25: Anode Cable

    SD-533HD5, SD-643HD5 Disconnect the Anode Cable WARNING : Before you disconnect the Anode Cable, turn off the power, unplug the AC plug and let the unit discharge for more than 1 minute. Cover Pull straight up Anode Cable Holding the cover firmly,...

  • Page 26: Service Method

    SD-533HD5, SD-643HD5 The method of power-on (for service) SHORT Assy After removing the Front Grille assy, remove the connectors from the POWER SW Assy, FRONT INPUT Assy and FRONT LED Assy and remove the Grille. Next move the power connector to the short assy.

  • Page 27: Adjustments

    ADJUSTMENT INTRODUCTION • IMPORTANT When replacement of the following assemblies are required during repairs, be sure to replace the EEPROMs with the mounted ones in order to retain the adjustment data of the unit and to facilitate adjustment after the replacement of the assemblies. Name of Assy EEPROM Main Contents of Memory...

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    ADJUSTMENT LOCATION AND ITEMS Assembly Adjustment Location Focus VR (VR1) DIGITAL CONV. ASSY Focus VR VIDEO IP SERVICE ASSY DEFLECTION SERVICE ASSY POWER SUPPLY ASSY SIGNAL ASSY Rear View CRT SERVICE CRT SERVICE CRT SERVICE Front View Assy R Assy B Assy G Lens assy (For Green)

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    Assembly Adjustment Location Guide is repaired or replaced If POWER SUPPLY ASSY No adjustment is required Brightness Adjustment (∗2) Focus Adjustment (VR1: FOCUS VR) (∗2) is repaired or replaced If DEFLECTION SERVICE ASSY Screen Size Adjustment (∗2) Convergence Adjustment (∗2) White Balance Adjustment (∗2) Panel Adjustment (∗1) Panel Adjustment for 480p (∗1)

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    FACTORY ADJ MODE Start Start adjusting Factory Adjustment Mode 1st FAC Select 1st FACTORY ADJ mode, then adjust. Select 1st FACTORY ADJ Mode Selecting the mode for adjustment operations. Start Normal Front panel picture TV CBL /SAT /DTV INPUT POWER The 2nd FACTORY FREEZE SPLIT...

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    OTHER OFFSET mode To enter the OFFSET mode of each picture quality, use the following keys and codes of the remote control unit: Key(s) on the Remote Control Unit STD OFFSET MODE DOWN COMP (15 kHz) OFFSET MODE P in P CH-, SUB CH- COMP (31 kHz, 33 kHz) OFFSET MODE P in P CH+, SUB CH+ TV OFFSET MODE...

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    ADJUSTMENT Brightness Adjustment Start 1st FAC Input signal : Black Burst (INPUT 1) Black burst TV CBL /SAT /DTV OFFSET INPUT SPLIT SEARCH FREEZE SCREEN SUB CH OFFSET MODE SWAP SELECT (DOWN) DISPLAY SLEEP ∞ ENTER ¢ RETURN MUTING EDIT/ TV/SAT/DVD DTV/DVD TOP LEARN...

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    Deflection Yoke Adjustment Deflection Yoke Lean Adjustment • Input a stable signal (e.g. from the DVD/LD player or SG) to the INPUT 1 connector. Start • MENU → SETUP → CONVERGENCE → FULL AND 4:3 NORMAL → ADJ MULTI-POINT Enter the MULTI-POINT (FULL) in the CONVERGENCE. •...

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    Focus Adjustment Focus Adjustment of Lens Assy Start Lens assy (For Green) Lens assy Cross hatch Lens assy (For Blue) (For Red) "Best focusing" Focus VR Adjustment Cross hatch Focus VR (VR1) FOCUS VR Turn the Focus VR for best focusing.

  • Page 35: Vertical Size Adjustment

    CH + : H PHA (31kHz) The factory-preset values are as follows: : H PHA (33kHz) CH – SD-533HD5 Key No. SD-643HD5 Note : 1 : H SIZE (15K) Approx. -32 ± 30 • The adjustment is unnecessory for D so that is set in Approx.

  • Page 36: Horizontal Size Adjustment

    Move the part of animation leftward with CH+. • About H. PHASE In principle, adjustment of the data for the H. PHASE is not required. Check whether the H. PHASE data are the factory-preset values, as indicated below: SD-533HD5 Key No. SD-643HD5 3 : H PHA (15K) –...

  • Page 37: Convergence Adjustment

    CONVERGENCE ADJUSTMENT IC1402 1. Procedures OFFSET CONVER. MODE 1 (except DFH and DFV) 1. When replacinf the DIGITAL CONV. Assy, replace the OFFSET CONVER. MODE 2 EEPROM of new DIGITAL CONV. Assy with the EEPROM 3.2 Confirmation of Convergence Data of old DIGITAL CONV.

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    The Screen modes change cyclically with each press of the SCREEN mode key. The above offset convergence values are common to the SD-533HD5 and SD-643HD5. Cyclically changes with the CH+ or CH- key as follows: If the offset convergence values are as indicated in Table 2, proceed to 3.3.

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    • Pattern for each adjustment item Key No. Key No. Key No. Key No. SKEW STATIC Key No. Key No. SIZE = Fixed position Key No. Key No. Key No. Key No. STATIC SKEW Key No. Key No. SIZE Note 1: When the Green CRT is replaced, or when the deflection yoke for the green is replaced, prior to the convergence adjustment, tune the center of the image to the center of the screen by turning the centering magnet.

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    3.4.3 3.4.4 Press the SET/ENTER key when the point to be adjusted is When adjustment of the selected point is finished, press the determined. SET/ENTER key, then adjust the other adjustment points by repeating 3.4.1 to 3.4.4. Screen indication 3.4.5 Make the adjustment for the green in each screen mode, and use the green as the standard screen for the red and the blue.

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    In a case of an error in convergence: 4th step Repeat 2nd and 3rd steps to take total balance. Then the adjust- ment for the green is completed. To return from the fine adjustment mode to the coarse adjustment mode, press the MENU key once, then the INPUT 4 key. Note: When the MENU key is pressed to quit MANUAL Adjustable points CONVERGENCE mode, the display will be unstable for...

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    • Pattern for each adjustment item Key No. Key No. Key No. Key No. SKEW SUB PIN STATIC Key No. SIZE = Fixed position Key No. Key No. Key No. Key No. STATIC SKEW Key No. Key No. Note 1: When the red CRT is replaced, or when the deflection SIZE yoke for the red is replaced, prior to adjustment, tune the center of the image to the center of the screen by turning...

  • Page 43: White Balance Adjustment

    3.6.5 When all the adjustments are completed, or to interrupt adjust- Repeat procedures 3.6.2 through 3.6.4 for the other screen modes. ment, press the MENU key to quit Convergence Adjustment (Completion of the red adjustment) mode. The display will be unstable for several seconds, but this is because the data are being written to the EEPROM.

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    White Balance Adjustment This mode is to set the standard picture quality for a normal picture. Start < Picture Quality > 1st FAC TV CBL /SAT /DTV ∗ INPUT OFFSET : COLOR (–64 to 63) FREEZE SPLIT SEARCH SCREEN SUB CH MODE SWAP SELECT...

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    Adjustment Procedure of White Balnce OFFSET Data Table Without RGB Input RGB Input COLOR TEMP LIVE FILM STD FILM THEATER LIVE FILM Setting γ User THEATER GAME THEATER GAME (RGB) Mode COMPORNENT 15K COMPORNENT 31K 33K Input Signal STD OFFSET Adjustments are required for A, D and T in the table above.

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    The numerical value is shipping a set value in the factory. A set value is data of 2001.6 present provinces. DIRECT KEY DIRECT KEY DIRECT KEY OFFSET MODE MODEL OFFSET MODE MODEL OFFSET MODE MODEL SD-533HD5 SD-533HD5 SD-533HD5 ADJ NAME ADJ NAME ADJ NAME SD-643HD5 SD-643HD5 SD-643HD5 CH ENTER DOWN...

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    Panel Adjustment • Mode for adjusting the brightness, contrast of the gray part (panel) Start 1st FAC of the 4:3 normal screen. <Data value section> TV CBL /SAT /DTV INPUT FREEZE SPLIT SEARCH SCREEN SUB CH MODE SWAP SELECT ADJUSTMENT PANEL DISPLAY SLEEP...

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    Panel Adjustment for 480P Start 1st FAC • Mode for adjusting the brightness, contrast of the gray part (panel) of the 4:3 normal screen of 480P signal. INPUT ADJUSTMENT 480P PANEL TV CBL /SAT /DTV <Data value section> INPUT FREEZE SPLIT SEARCH SCREEN...

  • Page 49: Failure Diagnosis

    7. GENERAL INFORMATION 7.1 DIAGNOSIS 7.1.1 DIAGNOSIS METHOD How to Diagnose a Failure Various protection circuits are provided for this unit. When these protection circuits are activated, the power of the unit is shut down (P.D.: Power Down). P.D. The defective parts can be easily diagnosed by observing the LEDs inside the POWER SUPPLY Assy.

  • Page 50: Deflection

    2. P.D. (2) Failure in the DEFLECTION SERVICE Assy. There are four main possibilities: 1. Overload detection 2. H. deflection stopping detection 3. X-ray protection Status Causes Check Items Probable Defective Parts It checks whether the parts of the account of the right Q603 (short-circuited between D and S) D503 Overload detection...

  • Page 51: Protection Block

    4. Block Diagram of the Protection Circuit POWER SW ASSY (AWZ6611) POWER SUPPLY ASSY (AWV1887) Fuse Detection Circuit D305 CRT Heater Voltage Detection Circuit SIGNAL ASSY (AWV1891) D906 Audio Detection Circuit...

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    DEFLECTION SERVICE ASSY (AWV1909) High Voltage &H. Def Overload Detection Circuit D503 D613 X-ray Protection Circuit D512 H. Def. Stopping Detection Circuit D807 V. Def. Stopping Detection Circuit...

  • Page 53: Connecting A/v Equipment

    CONNECTING VIDEO/AUDIO EQUIPMENT DVD/LD player OUTPUT AUDIO VIDEO S-VIDEO SIGNAL SIGNAL SIGNAL INPUTS OUTPUT INPUTS COMPONENT VIDEO INPUT 1 INPUT 2 INPUT 3 MONITOR INPUT 1 INPUT 2 VIDEO ANTENNA / CABLE THIS IS EXCLUSIVE TERMINAL FOR HDTV BROADCASTING. DON‘T CONNECT WITH THE OTHER EQUIPMENT.

  • Page 54

    Front panel S - VIDEO AUDIO VIDEO S-VIDEO VIDEO INPUT 4 OUTPUT ( MONO ) Video movie/VCR COMPONENT VIDEO INPUT jack INPUT jacks Inputs three signals – Y, P ) and P ) – output from DVD There are 4 sets of inputs for VCR and DVD/LD players. Use players and the like.

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    INPUTS OUTPUT INPUTS COMPONENT VIDEO INPUT 1 INPUT 2 INPUT 3 MONITOR INPUT 1 INPUT 2 VIDEO ANTENNA / CABLE THIS IS EXCLUSIVE TERMINAL FOR HDTV BROADCASTING. DON‘T CONNECT WITH THE OTHER EQUIPMENT. (MONO) INPUTS AUDIO INPUT 3 CONTROL INPUT 1 INPUT 3 S-VIDEO Rear panel...

  • Page 56: Chip Function

    PROGRAM BLOCK (V.CHIP) FUNCTION Since laws have been passed in the United States requiring a way of blocking undesirable programming, the V-chip has become a required component in television sets. The V-chip is a computer chip which decodes signals added to broadcast signals transmitted by television broadcasters.

  • Page 57: Specifications

    Mini D-sub 15 pin INPUT jack (RGB) 59-3/4 (W) x 27-5/8 (D) x 55-1/8 (H) inch Output terminals ..........MONITOR SD-533HD5 ....1275 (W) x 627 (D) x 1264 (H) mm Input terminal signal ratings 50-3/16 (W) x 24-11/16 (D) x 49-3/4 (H) inch...

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