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RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1
For the details of RAV2000Z1 (U, C models), refer to the
RAV2000 SERVICE MANUAL #100770.
This manual has been provided for the use of authorized YAMAHA Retailers and their service personnel.
It has been assumed that basic service procedures inherent to the industry, and more specifically YAMAHA Products, are already known and understood
by the users, and have therefore not been restated.
WARNING:
Failure to follow appropriate service and safety procedures when servicing this product may result in personal injury, destruction of
expensive components, and failure of the product to perform as specified. For these reasons, we advise all YAMAHA product owners
that any service required should be performed by an authorized YAMAHA Retailer or the appointed service representative.
IMPORTANT:
The presentation or sale of this manual to any individual or firm does not constitute authorization, certification or recognition of any
applicable technical capabilities, or establish a principle-agent relationship of any form.
The data provided is believed to be accurate and applicable to the unit(s) indicated on the cover. The research, engineering, and service departments of
YAMAHA are continually striving to improve YAMAHA products. Modifications are, therefore, inevitable and specifications are subject to change
without notice or obligation to retrofit. Should any discrepancy appear to exist, please contact the distributor's Service Division.
WARNING:
Static discharges can destroy expensive components. Discharge any static electricity your body may have accumulated by grounding
yourself to the ground buss in the unit (heavy gauge black wires connect to this buss).
IMPORTANT:
Turn the unit OFF during disassembly and part replacement. Recheck all work before you apply power to the unit.
Please note that no program is written into the
microprocessor supplied for servicing. Therefore, it is
necessary to write the program when the microprocessor
is replaced. (For the details, refer to "UPDATING
FIRMWARE".)
I CONTENTS
TO SERVICE PERSONNEL .......................................... 1
IMPEDANCE SELECTOR ............................................. 1
FRONT PANELS ............................................................ 2
REAR PANELS .......................................................... 2~4
REMOTE CONTROL ...................................................... 5
SPECIFICATIONS ...................................................... 6~9
INTERNAL VIEW ......................................................... 10
SELF DIAGNOSIS FUNCTION (DIAG)
1 0 0 7 9 8
AV RECEIVER/AV AMPLIFIER
IMPORTANT NOTICE
......... 11~13
14~42
43
DISPLAY DATA ..................................................... 44~45
IC DATA ................................................................. 46~65
BLOCK DIAGRAM ................................................. 66~69
PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD .................................. 70~99
PIN CONNECTION DIAGRAM .......................... 100~101
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM .................................... 102~111
PARTS LIST ....................................................... 112~173
REMOTE CONTROL .......................................... 174~177
178~184
P.O.Box 1, Hamamatsu, Japan

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  • Page 1: Service Manual

    This manual has been provided for the use of authorized YAMAHA Retailers and their service personnel. It has been assumed that basic service procedures inherent to the industry, and more specifically YAMAHA Products, are already known and understood by the users, and have therefore not been restated.

  • Page 2: To Service Personnel

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 I TO SERVICE PERSONNEL AC LEAKAGE WALL EQUIPMENT TESTER OR 1. Critical Components Information OUTLET UNDER TEST EQUIVALENT Components having special characteristics are marked s and must be replaced with parts having specifications equal to those originally installed. 2. Leakage Current Measurement (For 120V Models Only)

  • Page 3: Front Panels, Rear Panels

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 I FRONT PANELS RX-Z1 (U, C, A models) DSP-AZ1 (B, G, R, T, K, J models) I REAR PANELS RX-Z1 (U, C models)

  • Page 4

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 RX-Z1 (A model) DSP-AZ1 (B model) DSP-AZ1 (G model)

  • Page 5

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 DSP-AZ1 (R, T, K models) DSP-AZ1 (J model) DSP-AX1UG (J model)

  • Page 6: Remote Control

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 I REMOTE CONTROL RAV225 (A, B, G, R, T, K, J models) RAV2000Z1 (U, C models) POWER STANDBY MUTE VOL+ VOL– EX/ES LEFT RIGHT...

  • Page 7: Specifications

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 Center/Rear Center GEQ I SPECIFICATIONS Frequency ........... 100/300/1k/3k/10kHz Boost/Cut ................±6dB Q ....................0.7 I Audio Section Bass Extension Minimum RMS Output Power per Channel MAIN L/R ..............+6dB (60Hz) MAIN (20 Hz to 20 kHz, 0.015% THD) Low Pass Filter Characteristics U, C, A, B, G, R, T, K models (8 ohms) .....

  • Page 8

    ...... 435 x 211 x 471 mm (17-1/8" x 8-5/16" x 18-9/16") Weight ..............28.0 kg (61 lbs. 12 oz.) Finish RX-Z1 ........Gold color (U, C) models Black color (U, C, A) models DSP-AZ1 ....... Gold color (B, G, R, T, K, J) models Black color (G, R) models...

  • Page 9

    BLUE BACK : AUTO AUTO, OFF (not included in DSP-AX1UG) MEMORY GUARD ON, OFF ZONE2 SET ZONE2 OUT: FIX FIX, VAR CTRL IN: MODE1 MODE1, MODE2 (only RX-Z1) 6CH INPUT SET CENTER to CENTER CENTER, MAIN SWFR to SWFR SWFR, MAIN...

  • Page 10

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 • The variable range of the parameter (Min/Max/Step) Parameter Pro Logic Pro Logic II Pro Logic II Neo:6 DD/dts/AAC 6.1/ES Unit Movie Music EFCT TRIM -3/+3/1 INIT. DLY 1/99/1 ROOM SIZE 0.1/2.0/0.1 LIVENESS 0/10/1 P. INIT. DLY 1/99/1 1/99/1 1/99/1 P.

  • Page 11: Internal View

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 I INTERNAL VIEW J model F G H K L M N U, C, A models...

  • Page 12: Disassembly Procedure

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 I DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURE (Remove parts in the order as numbered.) Disconnect the power cord from the AC outlet. 1. Removal of Top Cover a. Remove 8 screws (1) and then remove the Side Panel. (Fig. 1) b. Remove 2 screws (2) and 2 screw (3), and then remove the Top Cover.

  • Page 13

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 5. Removal of FUNCTION, VIDEO (5) and SUB TRANS (7) P.C.B.s a. Remove 14 screws (C). (Fig. 3) b. Remove FUNCTION, VIDEO (5) and SUB TRANS (7) P.C.B.s. (Fig. 4) When checking the P.C.B.: • Put the rubber sheet and a cloth over the equipment.

  • Page 14

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 6. MAIN (2) P.C.B. Check Remove 8 screws (D) and then remove the Frame. (Fig. MAIN (2) P.C.B. Fig. 5 7. MAIN (3) P.C.B. Check a. Remove 10 screws (E). (Fig. 6) b. Remove the sub-chassis unit by turning its lower end upward.

  • Page 15

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 I SELF DIAGNOSIS FUNCTION (DIAG) There are 16 DIAG menu items, each of which has sub- menu items. Also, there are 21 types of DSP IF STATUS. Listed in the table below are menu items and sub-menu items. No DIAG menu...

  • Page 16

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 No DIAG menu sub-menu 14 SUB MC WRITE 1. READY 14.SUB MC WRITE Mode entry -> 2. WRITE MODE 15 DSP PCB CHK 1. RAM CHECK 15.DSP PCB CHK #1:NoEr #2:NoEr 2. PLD CHECK 16 SUM/VER/PORT 1. SUM 16.SUM/VER/PORT 2.

  • Page 17

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 • Starting DIAG in the protection cancel mode If the protection function works and causes hindrance to trouble diagnosis, cancel the protection function as described below, and it will be possible to enter the DIAG mode. (The protection functions other than the excess current detect function will be disabled.)

  • Page 18

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 The history of the protection function and the version (1 alphabet) appear in the upper section and the checksums (4 figures and alphabets) of the main microprocessor and sub-microprocessor appear in the lower section, followed by the DIAG menu (sub-menu of ANALOG BYPASS of No.1 YSS938 THR) after a few seconds.

  • Page 19

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 When there is a history of protection Voltage display in % function due to abnormal voltage in the power supply section Versions of main microprocessor / sub microprocessor PS PRT:000 SUM:XXXX/XXXX Checksums of main microprocessor / sub microprocessor Cause: The voltage in the power supply section is abnormal.

  • Page 20

    There are 16 MENU items, each of which has some SUB- MENU items. DSP IF STATUS also has 21 sub-menus. DIAG menu selection Main unit [RX-Z1]: Select the menu using (Forward) and (Reverse) keys of PRESET/TUNING located in the sealing panel.

  • Page 21

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 Starting DSP IF STATUS menu Enter the DSP IF STATUS menu by pressing the INPUT MODE key of the main unit. [DSP-AZ1] [RX-Z1] Starting DSP IF SUB-MENU DIAG menu Starting DSP IF STATUS SUB-MENU selection DIAG menu selection selection...

  • Page 22

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 • Details of DIAG menu In each menu, “SPEAKERS” is always set to “LARGE”, D- RANGE to “MAX”, LFE LEVEL to 0dB (-10dB when DOLBY DIGITAL is used) and CENTER DELAY to 0ms unless otherwise specified. 1. YSS938 THR ANALOG BYPASS •...

  • Page 23

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 DSP 0dB • The signal is output including the head margin. 1. YSS938 THR DSP 0dB Reference data (PRE OUT) INPUT: DVD ANALOG SW: 50Hz, Others: 1kHz Condition MAIN L/R CENTER REAR C FRONT L/R REAR L/R SW L/R SW MONO Both ch, -20 dBV, volume -10 dB -14.0 dBV -14.0 dBV -14.0 dBV -14.0 dBV -14.0 dBV -4.0 dBV +2.0 dBV...

  • Page 24

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 2. AP32 TO 938 The input signal is automatically identified and switched. DSP 0dB • The signal is output including the head margin. 2. AP32 TO 938 DSP 0dB Reference data (PRE OUT) INPUT: DVD ANALOG SW: 50Hz, Others: 1kHz...

  • Page 25

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 3. 938 TO AP32 The input signal is automatically identified and switched. DSP 0dB • The signal is output including the head margin. 3. 938 TO AP32 DSP 0dB Reference data (PRE OUT) INPUT: DVD ANALOG SW: 50Hz, Others: 1kHz...

  • Page 26

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 4. RAM THROUGH The input signal is automatically identified and switched. DSP 0dB DSP 0dB • The signal is output including the head margin. 4. RAM THROUGH DSP 0dB Reference data (PRE OUT) INPUT: DVD ANALOG SW: 50Hz, Others: 1kHz...

  • Page 27

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 5. PRO LOGIC The input signal is automatically identified and switched. Reproduction of the bit stream signal is inhibited. DD/dts/ AAC decoding is executed at either YSS938 or AP32. PRO LOGIC 1 • L, R, C and S are output after being PRO LOGIC decoded at YSS938.

  • Page 28

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 6. DSP BYPASS Only PCM can be input. Only DIR output signal bypasses all DSPs and is inputted directly to Main L/R DAC. 6. DSP BYPASS YSS910 #1 YSS910 #2 AP32 Analog AK5383 YSS938 Digital AK4114 4M DRAM 4M DRAM...

  • Page 29

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 7. SPEAKERS SET MAIN: SMALL 0dB MAIN: LARGE -10dB 7. SPEAKER SET 7. SPEAKER SET 7. SPEAKER SET MAIN:SMALL 0dB MAIN:LARGE -10 CENTER:NONE LFE/BASS:MAIN FRONT MIX: 5ch CENTER: SMALL 7. SPEAKER SET 7. SPEAKER SET 7. SPEAKER SET LFE/BASS:MAIN...

  • Page 30

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 8. DISPLAY CHECK This program is used to check the FL display section. The display changes as shown below according to the sub- menu operation. The signals are processed using EFFECT OFF (The L/R signal is output using ANALOG MAIN BYPASS.)

  • Page 31

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 9. MANUAL TEST The noise generator with a built-in DSP outputs the test noise through the channels specified by the sub-menu. The noise frequency for LFE is 35 to 250 Hz. Other than that, the center frequency is 800Hz.

  • Page 32

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 10. RS-232C This menu is used to check transmission of the data and the flow port of the hardware. With the power turned off, short between pins No.2 (RxD) and No.3 (TxD), and between pins No.7 (RTS) and No.8 (CTS) of the RS-232C terminal.

  • Page 33

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 11. PRESET This menu is used to reserve and inhibit initialization of the back-up RAM. The signals are processed using EFFECT OFF. (The L/R signal is output using ANALOG MAIN BYPASS.) INHIBITED (Initialization inhibited) RAM initialization is not executed. Select this sub-menu to protect the values set by the user.

  • Page 34

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 12. FAN/AD This menu is used to display the A/D conversion value of the main CPU which detects panel keys of the main unit and protection functions in % using the sub-menu. (Reference voltage 5V as 100%) During signal processing, the condition before execution is maintained.

  • Page 35

    SOFT SWITCH: ENABLE or DISABLE can be selected. Be sure to select this before any of the following menu items. 13.SOFT SWITCH SWICH : DISABLE MODEL: DSP-AZ1, RX-Z1 or AX1(UG) can be selected. 13.SOFT SWITCH MODEL : DSP-AZ1 SPI: NTSC or PAL can be selected. 13.SOFT SWITCH : NTSC TUNER: J, UC, R or NONE can be selected.

  • Page 36

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 14. SUB MC WRITE This menu is used to make settings when rewriting the program of the sub microprocessor. Mode entry: Initial message on display to indicate the mode to rewrite the program of the sub microprocessor. 14.SUB MC WRITE Mode entry ->...

  • Page 37

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 (PLD CHECK) fx x1 x2/2 An: Checks the operation condition of PLD (IC20 of DSP P.C.B.). The signal passage is the same as No.2 AP32-938 through, although the signal output is muted. Every time MCLK of PLD is switched, the input fs is measured at YSS910 #1.

  • Page 38

    0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Tuner mode 0 (*1, *3) Tuner mode 1 (*1, *3) Model type 0: RX-Z1,DSP-AZ1 (1) / AX1(UG) (0) Model type 1: AZ1 (1) / Z1 (0) (*2) VIDEO format: PAL (1) / NTSC (0)

  • Page 39

    Tuner frequency AM :531-1611kHz/9kHz FM :76.0-90.0MHz/100kHz AM :531-1611kHz/9kHz FM :87.5-108.0MHz/50kHz AM :530-1710kHz/10kHz FM :87.5-107.9MHz/200kHz – (*2) Effective when Model type 0 is “1” (*3) Effective for RX-Z1 (*4) Effective for RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 REC-OUT: Checks the REC OUT port. 16.SUM/VER/PORT REC-OUT:0000 REC OUT...

  • Page 40

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 DSP IF STATUS When using any DIAG menu, it is possible to monitor the status in the sub-microprocessor by pressing the INPUT MODE key. The status information is displayed in hexadecimal digits one after another as shown below. The signal processing remains in the state before executing this menu.

  • Page 41

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 2nd byte Displays the Fs information of the playback signal and audio code mode information. 3rd byte Displays the format information of the playback signal. 4th byte Displays the signal processing status information Virtual processing Silent processing RF-DEM present...

  • Page 42

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 IF STATUS 3 (AKD0): Displays the status information of AK-DIR0. DSP IF STATUS 3 AKD0:63101000 IF STATUS 4 (AKD1): Displays the status information of AK-DIR1. DSP IF STATUS 4 AKD1:00030040 IF STATUS 5 (YDIR): Displays the status information of YSS-DIR.

  • Page 43

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 IF STATUS 12 (MUTE): Displays the muting factor information of the sub- microprocessor. DSP IF STATUS12 MUTE:0037131412 IF STATUS 13 (BSII): Displays the summarized bit stream information. DSP IF STATUS13 BSII:0000FF00 IF STATUS 14 (CHST): Displays the channel status information of the input signal.

  • Page 44: Amp Adjustment

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 I AMP ADJUSTMENT • IDLING CURRENT ADJUSTMENT Before this adjustment, wait for 10 minutes with no signal applied after the power is turned ON. Item Test Point Adjustment point Rating (DC) MAIN L CB503 VR504 MAIN R CB504 VR505...

  • Page 45: Display Data

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 I DISPLAY DATA G V901 : 32-BT-08G (V8114000) PATTERN AREA G PIN CONNECTION Pin No. Connection Pin No. Connection Note : 1) F1, F2 ..Filament 2) NP ..No pin 3) DL ..Datum Line 4) 1GA ~ 16GA, 1GB ~ 16GB ..Grid 5) IC ..

  • Page 46

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 G ANODE CONNECTION 16GA 15GA ~ 1GA 16GB 15GB ~ 1GB SLEEP – PHONO TUNER MD TAPE P10A P10B P11A P11B P12A P12B P13A P13B SILENT P14A P14B P15A P15B P16A P16B STEREO P17A P17B P18A AUTO P18B P19A...

  • Page 47

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 I IC DATA IC27: M30624FGAFP (FUNCTION P.C.B.) 16bit µ-COM (Main CPU) P07/D7 P44/CS0 P06/D6 P45/CS1 P05/D5 P46/CS2 P04/D4 P47/CS3 P03/D3 P50/WRL/WR P02/D2 P51/WRH/BHE P01/D1 P52/RD P00/D0 P53/BCLK P107/AN7 P54/HLDA P106/AN6 P55/HOLD P105/AN5 P56/ALE P104/AN4 P57/RDY/CLKOUT P103/AN3 P60/CTS0/RTS0 P102/AN2 P61/CLK0...

  • Page 48

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 IC27: M30624FGAFP (FUNCTION P.C.B.) 16bit µ-COM (Main CPU) Port No. Function name Detail of function Power ON Power OFF Backup SCNVSS SUB MCU CNVSS TUNER STEREO (Don't care) SDTP PLL IC Data Transmission (Don't care) RDTP PLL IC Data Reception (Don't care)

  • Page 49

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 IC9: LC7536-Y (FUNCTION P.C.B.) Electric Controlled Volume 5 6 8 5 6 8 23 25 26 23 25 26 L 5dB IN R 5dB IN L5dB IN L5dB IN R5dB IN R5dB IN L CT1 R CT 1 L CT1...

  • Page 50

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 IC1: MB87J0470 (DSP P.C.B.) DTS-ES/AAC Decoder VDDI ERROR MOD0 MOD1 SELCODE BOOT PAGE2 PAGE1 VDDI PAGE2 WMD0 WMD1 VDDE VDDE GP15 VDDI GP14 PRST GP13 SDTI3 GP12 SDTI4 SYNC TCNT GP11 HACK VDDI Name Function XRST External Reset Input...

  • Page 51

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 IC1: MB87J0470 (DSP P.C.B.) DTS-ES/AAC Decoder Name Function WMD1 External Memory WAIT Mode *1 WMD0 External Memory WAIT mode *1 PAGE2 External Memory PAGE Select PAGE1 External Memory PAGE Select PAGE0 External Memory PAGE Select BOOT BOOT Mode Control Signal SELCODE Coding when Host Serial Data Coding Terminal is set to “H”...

  • Page 52

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 IC9: AK5383-VS (DSP P.C.B.) 24 bit 2ch A/D Converter VREFL VREFR GNDL GNDR VCOML VCOMR VREFL VOLTAGE SERIAL OUTPUT SDATA AUNL+ AINR+ GNDL REFERENCE INTERFACE AINL- AINR- VCOML ZCAL AINL+ DELTA-SIGMA DECIMATION AGND HPFE AINL– MODULATOR FILTER DGND BGND...

  • Page 53

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 IC11 : AK4114 (DSP P.C.B.) 192kHz Transceiver IPS0/RX4 INT0 AVSS OCKS0/CSN/CAD0 DIF0/RX5 OCKS1/CCLK/SCL TEST2 CM1/CDTI/SDA DIF1/RX6 CM0/CDTO/CAD1 AK4114 AVSS DIF2/RX7 IPS1/IIC P/SN DAUX XTL0 MCKO2 XTL1 BICK SDTO X'tal Oscillator Clock Clock MCKO1 Recovery Generator MCKO2 8 to 3...

  • Page 54

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 IC11 : AK4114 (DSP P.C.B.) 192kHz Transceiver Name Function Receiver Channel 4 Pin in Serial Mode (Internal biased pin) AVSS No Connect Receiver Channel 5 Pin in Serial Mode (Internal biased pin) TEST2 TEST 2 pin Receiver Channel 6 Pin in Serial Mode (Internal biased pin)

  • Page 55

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 IC12 : PM4007A (DSP P.C.B.) AC-3 RF Demodulator AVDD CPIN CMIN AGND DOUT DOUTB WINGT SYST0 SYST1 ADST0 ADST1 BUNRI AGND AVDD Name Function Ground (0V) +5V power supply RESET System resetting terminal (reset at “L”) OSCON Oscillation control terminal. Oscillation ON at “H”, set to “H” normally and to “L” when in standby state...

  • Page 56

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 IC12 : PM4007A (DSP P.C.B.) AC-3 RF Demodulator Name Function External RAM address output. Address 6 External RAM address output. Address 7 Ground terminal (0V) +5V power supply External RAM address output. Address 12 External RAM address output. Address 14 (MSB) External RAM write enable signal, active at “L”...

  • Page 57

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 IC12 : PM4007A (DSP P.C.B.) AC-3 RF Demodulator Name Function AVDD +5V power supply for analog comparator CPIN Analog comparator input, positive side (Non-reverse side: QPSK input) CMIN Analog comparator input, negative side (reverse side) AGND Ground terminal for analog comparator (0V)

  • Page 58

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 IC14 : YSS938-F (DSP P.C.B.) RAMA9 RAMA3 SELI1 RAMA4 SELI0 SELI9 SELOA SELI10 SELOB SELI11 TESTMS SELI12 TESTXEN SELI13 IPORT0 RAMA2 IPORT1 RAMA5 IPORT2 RAMA1 IPORT3 RAMA6 IPORT4 RAMA0 DDIN0 RAMA7 DDIN1 RAMA8 DDIN2 VDD1 DDIN3 RASN RAMOEN YSS938-F...

  • Page 59

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 IC14 : YSS938-F (DSP P.C.B.) Name Function Crystal oscillator connecting terminal Crystal oscillator connecting terminal (24.576MHz ) SELI1 Built-in selector input 1 (AXD) SELI0 Built-in selector input 0 (GND) SELOA Built-in selector output A (ISEL) SELOB Built-in selector output B...

  • Page 60

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 IC14 : YSS938-F (DSP P.C.B.) Name Function SDWCKI1 Word clock input terminal for SDIB, SDOB interface (Unconnected) SDBCKI1 Bit clock input terminal for SDIB, SDOB interface (Unconnected) Ground terminal SDOB3 PCM output terminal from Sub DSP SDOB2 PCM output terminal from Sub DSP...

  • Page 61

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 IC14 : YSS938-F (DSP P.C.B.) Name Function RAMA5 Sub DSP: External memory address terminal 5 RAMA2 Sub DSP: External memory address terminal 2 SELI13 Built-in selector input 13 (Unconnected) SELI12 Built-in selector input 12 SELI11 Built-in selector input 11 (Unconnected)

  • Page 62

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 IC17: M30624FGAFP (DSP P.C.B.) 16bit µ-COM (Sub CPU) P07/D7 P44/CS0 P06/D6 P45/CS1 P05/D5 P46/CS2 P04/D4 P47/CS3 P03/D3 P50/WRL P02/D2 P51/WRH P01/D1 P52/RD P00/D0 P53/BCLK P107/AN7 P54/HLDA P106/AN6 P55/HOLD P105/AN5 P56/ALE P104/AN4 P57/RDY P103/AN3 P60/RTS0 P102/AN2 P61/CLK0 P101/AN1 P62/RXD0 AVSS...

  • Page 63

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 IC25: PCM1704U (DSP P.C.B.) 24 bit D/A Converter BCLK 23—BIT DAC A DATA -VCC WCLK BCLK REF DC SERIAL INPUT I/F DATA & -VDD SERVO DC CONTROL LOGIC 23—BIT DAC B IOUT 20BIT DGND AGND +VDD AGND INVERT WCLK...

  • Page 64

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 IC27 : YSS910-S (DSP P.C.B.) DSP6 (Digital Audio Processor) VDD5 VDD5 DA16 DB12 CLOCK DA17 DB11 DA18 DB10 INTERFACE GENERATOR DA19 DB09 DA20 DB08 DA21 DB07 DB06 DA22 DA23 DB05 DB04 CTL-BUS DA24 DB03 DA25 DB02 DA26 DB01 DA27...

  • Page 65

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 IC28 : DF1706E (DSP P.C.B.) 24 bit Digital Filter DATA LRCK BCKI BCKI BCKO SERIAL BCKO LRCK INPUT WCKO WCKO 8X OVERSAMPLING DOUTL DATA DIGITAL FILTER OUTPUT DOUTR WITH FUNCTION CONTROLLER DOUTL MD/CKO DGND MC/LRIP SCKO DOUTR ML/RSV MODE...

  • Page 66

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 IC12 : M35013-079SP (VIDEO P.C.B.) Superimpose TIMING OSC1 VDD1 SIGNAL SEPARATION TUNING SIGNAL OSC2 VERT SELECTOR TUNING OSC IN INPUT (DISPLAY) SIGNAL CONTROL OSC OUT H COUNTER OSCIN DISPLAY DA T A ADDRESS POSITION CONTROL CONTROL OSCOUT DETECTOR TIMING...

  • Page 67

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 I BLOCK DIAGRAM (1/2) • See page 102, 103 → SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM • See page 104 → SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM DSP BYPASS FUNCTION DE-MODULATOR IC19 DD RF IC12 PM4007A IC23 IC24 Digital Filter PCM1704 SIGNAL DTS-ES/AAC IC20 IC28 IC22 IC25/29...

  • Page 68

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 I BLOCK DIAGRAM (2/2) 8ohm/4ohm • See page 106~108 → SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM RY751 F751 SW801 VIDEO SW801 C-INPUT SELECTOR Q2, 5 D-TV/LD • See page 111 → SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM S-MONITOR Y-INPUT S-SIGNAL MAIN SELECTOR Q1, 4 DETECTOR CABLE C-RecOut...

  • Page 69

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 I PIN CONNECTION DIAGRAM • ICs • Diodes 11EQS04 MTZJ2.0B 1SS355 AN78N05 NJM7905FA PQ05RD11 PQ025EZ5MZP NJM2068MD NJM2068L-D 1SR139-400 MTZJ5.1A PTZ 7.5BTE25 Anode NJM79M12FA PQ3RD13 NJM2904M NJM4556AL 1SS133 MTZJ5.6B RB501V-40 µPC4570G2 Anode 1SS270A MTZJ6.8A MA185 MTZJ6.8C MTZJ8.2C Cathode MTZJ11.0B MTZJ12.0C Cathode MTZJ15.0B...

  • Page 70

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1/DSP-AX1UG • Semiconductor Location I PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD (Foil side) Circuit No. J, AX1UG U, C, R, T, K, A, B, G from FUNCTION (1) to FUNCTION (1) R116 from FUNCTION (1) R299 Ref. No. Location to MAIN (3) X: NOT USED O: USED / APPLICABLE DSP P.

  • Page 71

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1/DSP-AX1UG • Semiconductor Location I PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD (Foil side) Circuit No. J, AX1UG U, C, R, T, K, A, B, G R116 Ref. No. Location R299 X: NOT USED O: USED / APPLICABLE DSP P. C. B. (Surface Mount Device)

  • Page 72

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 • Semiconductor Location I PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD (Foil side) Ref. No. Location D901 D902 IC901 IC902 Q901 Q909 (Lead Type Device) FL P.C.B. Q910 from MAIN (2) from VIDEO (8) from VIDEO (6) from FUNCTION (1) KEY0 PRV1 PSW +5V...

  • Page 73

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1/DSP-AX1UG I PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD (Foil side) • Semiconductor Location Ref. No. Location Ref. No. Location Ref. No. Location Ref. No. Location Ref. No. Location Ref. No. Location Ref. No. Location Ref. No. Location Ref. No. Location Ref. No. Location Ref.

  • Page 74

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1/DSP-AX1UG • Semiconductor Location I PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD (Foil side) Ref. No. Location FUNCTION (1) P. C. B. (Surface Mount Device) FUNCTION (2) P. C. B. (Surface Mount Device) FUNCTION (3) P. C. B. (Surface Mount Device) U, C, A, B, G, R, T, K models...

  • Page 75

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 I PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD (Foil side) MONITOR VCR 3 VIDEO (1) P. C. B. (Lead Type Device) VIDEO (1) P. C. B. (Surface Mount Device) /DVR VCR 2 VCR 1 CABLE D-TV • Semiconductor Location from MAIN (3) to VIDEO (2) from FUNCTION (1) Ref.

  • Page 76

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 I PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD (Foil side) VIDEO (2) P. C. B. (Lead Type Device) to SUB TRANS (2) from SUB TRANS (8) VIDEO (3) P. C. B. (Lead Type Device) from VIDEO (1) (J model) from to SUB from...

  • Page 77

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 I PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD (Foil side) (Lead Type Device) VIDEO (4) P. C. B. (Lead Type Device) VIDEO (5) P. C. B. from FUNCTION (1) from from to VIDEO (3) FUNCTION FUNCTION TREBLE BASS BALANCE BASS PROCESSOR SUB TRANS...

  • Page 78

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 I PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD (Foil side) (Lead Type Device) (Lead Type Device) SUB TRANS (1) P. C. B. SUB TRANS (2) P. C. B. from VIDEO (2) R, T, K models to SUB TRANS (9) to Power Transformer J, U, C, A, B, G models...

  • Page 79

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 • Semiconductor Location I PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD (Foil side) Ref. No. Location D481 D482 (Lead Type Device) (Lead Type Device) SUB TRANS (3) P. C. B. SUB TRANS (4) P. C. B. D483 IC111 from VIDEO (1) from Power Transformer IC112 SUB TRANS (3) P.

  • Page 80

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 I PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD (Foil side) SUB TRANS (6) P. C. B. SUB TRANS (7) P. C. B. (Lead Type Device) (Lead Type Device) SUB TRANS (7) P. C. B. from MAIN (3) (Surface Mount Device) from FUNCTION D-TV/LD...

  • Page 81

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 I PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD (Foil side) (Lead Type Device) (Lead Type Device) SUB TRANS (8) P. C. B. SUB TRANS (9) P. C. B. J model R, T, K models from SUB TRANS Power Transformer VOLTAGE SELECTOR to VIDEO (2)

  • Page 82

    # All voltages are measured with a 10MΩ/V DC electric volt meter. RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1/DSP-AX1UG # Components having special characteristics are marked s and must be replaced SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (DSP 1/2) with parts having specifications equal to those originally installed. # Schematic diagram is subject to change without notice.

  • Page 83

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 • Semiconductor Location I PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD (Foil side) Ref. No. Location Ref. No. Location D501 Q525A D503 Q525C from SUB TRANS (2) from SUB TRANS (2) Q528 D504 to MAIN (4) D506 Q529 IDLING ADJ. (RC) MAIN (1) P. C. B.

  • Page 84

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 I PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD (Foil side) (Lead Type Device) MAIN (3) P. C. B. to DSP MAIN (2) P. C. B. (Lead Type Device) to SUB TRANS (7) to FUNCTION (1) to MAIN (1) to MAIN (1) VIDEO FAN-...

  • Page 85

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 I PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD (Foil side) (Lead Type Device) (Lead Type Device) MAIN (4) P. C. B. MAIN (5) P. C. B. from MAIN (1) from MAIN MAIN B from MAIN (1) from MAIN (1) MAIN A from MAIN •...

  • Page 86

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1/DSP-AX1UG # All voltages are measured with a 10MΩ/V DC electric volt meter. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (DSP 2/2) # Components having special characteristics are marked s and must be replaced IC26, 33, 40: MSM514260E-60JS 4Mbit DRAM with parts having specifications equal to those originally installed.

  • Page 87

    # All voltages are measured with a 10MΩ/V DC electric volt meter. RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1/DSP-AX1UG # Components having special characteristics are marked s and must be replaced SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (FUNCTION) with parts having specifications equal to those originally installed. # Schematic diagram is subject to change without notice.

  • Page 88

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (FL) # All voltages are measured with a 10MΩ/V DC electric volt meter. IC901, 902: M66004MAFP-200C FL Display Drivver # Components having special characteristics are marked s and must be replaced with parts having specifications equal to those originally installed.

  • Page 89

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (VIDEO 1/3) to SUB TRANS (3) Page 110 # All voltages are measured with a 10MΩ/V DC electric volt meter. # Components having special characteristics are marked s and must be replaced from VIDEO (3) Page 108...

  • Page 90

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM / (VIDEO 2/3) from SUB TRANS (8) Page 109 from VIDEO (1) Page 106 from FUNCTION (1) Page 104 MUTE FRONT L SELECTOR -11.3 -11.3 REAR L -11.3 -11.3 -11.3 -11.3 -11.3 -11.3 -11.3 -11.3 CENTER -11.3 -11.3...

  • Page 91

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (VIDEO 3/3) STANDBY/ON INPUT MODE RX-Z1 only IC202: µPC4570HA IC201: NJM2068L-D IC203: NJM4556AL Dual OP-Amp Dual OP-Amp Dual OP-Amp RX-Z1 PRESET/TUNING 6CH INPUT DSP-AZ1 2, 6 OUTPUT –INPUT 1, 7 +INPUT 3, 5 Vcc Vo RX-Z1 STEREO V–...

  • Page 92

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 # All voltages are measured with a 10MΩ/V DC electric volt meter. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (SUB TRANS 1/2) # Components having special characteristics are marked s and must be replaced with parts having specifications equal to those originally installed. # Schematic diagram is subject to change without notice.

  • Page 93

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (SUB TRANS 2/2) from VIDEO (1) Page 106 from VIDEO (3) Page 108 FRONT L -58.7 -58.9 -35.1 -36.0 -1.1 -58.7 -58.9 -57.9 -58.6 -35.1 -58.9 -59.6 -59.6 -59.3 -35.8 12.0 -5.0 -58.9 -58.6 -35.1 -36.0 -1.1 -35.1...

  • Page 94

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 # All voltages are measured with a 10MΩ/V DC electric volt meter. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (MAIN) # Components having special characteristics are marked s and must be replaced with parts having specifications equal to those originally installed. # Schematic diagram is subject to change without notice.

  • Page 95: Parts List

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 PARTS LIST I ELECTRICAL PARTS I WARNING Components having special characteristics are marked s and must be replaced with parts having specifications equal to those originally installed. Carbon resistors (1/6W or 1/4W) are not included in the ELECTRICAL PARTS List. For the parts No. of the carbon resistors, refer to last page.

  • Page 96

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 P.C.B. FUNCTION ✻ New Parts (Those parts marked with “#” are not included in the P.C.B. ass’y.)

  • Page 97

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 P.C.B. FUNCTION ✻ New Parts (Those parts marked with “#” are not included in the P.C.B. ass’y.)

  • Page 98

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 P.C.B. FUNCTION ✻ New Parts (Those parts marked with “#” are not included in the P.C.B. ass’y.)

  • Page 99

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 P.C.B. FUNCTION ✻ New Parts (Those parts marked with “#” are not included in the P.C.B. ass’y.)

  • Page 100

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 P.C.B. FUNCTION ✻ New Parts (Those parts marked with “#” are not included in the P.C.B. ass’y.)

  • Page 101

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 P.C.B. FUNCTION ✻ New Parts (Those parts marked with “#” are not included in the P.C.B. ass’y.)

  • Page 102

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 P.C.B. FUNCTION ✻ New Parts (Those parts marked with “#” are not included in the P.C.B. ass’y.)

  • Page 103

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 P.C.B. FUNCTION ✻ New Parts (Those parts marked with “#” are not included in the P.C.B. ass’y.)

  • Page 104

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 P.C.B. FUNCTION ✻ New Parts (Those parts marked with “#” are not included in the P.C.B. ass’y.)

  • Page 105

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 P.C.B. FUNCTION ✻ New Parts (Those parts marked with “#” are not included in the P.C.B. ass’y.)

  • Page 106

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 P.C.B. FUNCTION ✻ New Parts (Those parts marked with “#” are not included in the P.C.B. ass’y.)

  • Page 107

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 P.C.B. FUNCTION ✻ New Parts (Those parts marked with “#” are not included in the P.C.B. ass’y.)

  • Page 108

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 P.C.B. FUNCTION ✻ New Parts (Those parts marked with “#” are not included in the P.C.B. ass’y.)

  • Page 109

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 P.C.B. FUNCTION & P.C.B. DSP ✻ New Parts (Those parts marked with “#” are not included in the P.C.B. ass’y.)

  • Page 110

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 P.C.B. DSP ✻ New Parts (Those parts marked with “#” are not included in the P.C.B. ass’y.)

  • Page 111

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 P.C.B. DSP ✻ New Parts (Those parts marked with “#” are not included in the P.C.B. ass’y.)

  • Page 112

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 P.C.B. DSP ✻ New Parts (Those parts marked with “#” are not included in the P.C.B. ass’y.)

  • Page 113

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 P.C.B. DSP ✻ New Parts (Those parts marked with “#” are not included in the P.C.B. ass’y.)

  • Page 114

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 P.C.B. DSP ✻ New Parts (Those parts marked with “#” are not included in the P.C.B. ass’y.)

  • Page 115

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 P.C.B. DSP ✻ New Parts (Those parts marked with “#” are not included in the P.C.B. ass’y.)

  • Page 116

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 P.C.B. DSP ✻ New Parts (Those parts marked with “#” are not included in the P.C.B. ass’y.)

  • Page 117

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 P.C.B. DSP ✻ New Parts (Those parts marked with “#” are not included in the P.C.B. ass’y.)

  • Page 118

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 P.C.B. DSP ✻ New Parts (Those parts marked with “#” are not included in the P.C.B. ass’y.)

  • Page 119

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 P.C.B. DSP ✻ New Parts (Those parts marked with “#” are not included in the P.C.B. ass’y.)

  • Page 120

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 P.C.B. DSP ✻ New Parts (Those parts marked with “#” are not included in the P.C.B. ass’y.)

  • Page 121

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 P.C.B. DSP ✻ New Parts (Those parts marked with “#” are not included in the P.C.B. ass’y.)

  • Page 122

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 P.C.B. DSP & P.C.B. FL ✻ New Parts (Those parts marked with “#” are not included in the P.C.B. ass’y.)

  • Page 123

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 P.C.B. FL & P.C.B. VIDEO ✻ New Parts (Those parts marked with “#” are not included in the P.C.B. ass’y.)

  • Page 124

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 P.C.B. VIDEO ✻ New Parts (Those parts marked with “#” are not included in the P.C.B. ass’y.)

  • Page 125

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 P.C.B. VIDEO ✻ New Parts (Those parts marked with “#” are not included in the P.C.B. ass’y.)

  • Page 126

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 P.C.B. VIDEO ✻ New Parts (Those parts marked with “#” are not included in the P.C.B. ass’y.)

  • Page 127

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 P.C.B. VIDEO ✻ New Parts (Those parts marked with “#” are not included in the P.C.B. ass’y.)

  • Page 128

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 P.C.B. VIDEO ✻ New Parts (Those parts marked with “#” are not included in the P.C.B. ass’y.)

  • Page 129

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 P.C.B. VIDEO & P.C.B. SUB TRANS ✻ New Parts (Those parts marked with “#” are not included in the P.C.B. ass’y.)

  • Page 130

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 P.C.B. SUB TRANS ✻ New Parts (Those parts marked with “#” are not included in the P.C.B. ass’y.)

  • Page 131

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 P.C.B. SUB TRANS ✻ New Parts (Those parts marked with “#” are not included in the P.C.B. ass’y.)

  • Page 132

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 P.C.B. SUB TRANS ✻ New Parts (Those parts marked with “#” are not included in the P.C.B. ass’y.)

  • Page 133

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 P.C.B. SUB TRANS ✻ New Parts (Those parts marked with “#” are not included in the P.C.B. ass’y.)

  • Page 134

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 P.C.B. SUB TRANS & P.C.B. MAIN ✻ New Parts (Those parts marked with “#” are not included in the P.C.B. ass’y.)

  • Page 135

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 P.C.B. MAIN ✻ New Parts (Those parts marked with “#” are not included in the P.C.B. ass’y.)

  • Page 136

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 P.C.B. MAIN ✻ New Parts (Those parts marked with “#” are not included in the P.C.B. ass’y.)

  • Page 137

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 P.C.B. MAIN ✻ New Parts (Those parts marked with “#” are not included in the P.C.B. ass’y.)

  • Page 138

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 P.C.B. MAIN ✻ New Parts (Those parts marked with “#” are not included in the P.C.B. ass’y.)

  • Page 139

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 P.C.B. MAIN ✻ New Parts (Those parts marked with “#” are not included in the P.C.B. ass’y.)

  • Page 140

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 P.C.B. MAIN ✻ New Parts (Those parts marked with “#” are not included in the P.C.B. ass’y.)

  • Page 141

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 P.C.B. MAIN ✻ New Parts (Those parts marked with “#” are not included in the P.C.B. ass’y.)

  • Page 142

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 P.C.B. MAIN ✻ New Parts (Those parts marked with “#” are not included in the P.C.B. ass’y.)

  • Page 143

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 P.C.B. MAIN ✻ New Parts (Those parts marked with “#” are not included in the P.C.B. ass’y.)

  • Page 144

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 Chip Resistors ✻ New Parts (Those parts marked with “#” are not included in the P.C.B. ass’y.)

  • Page 145

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 Chip Resistors ✻ New Parts (Those parts marked with “#” are not included in the P.C.B. ass’y.)

  • Page 146

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 I EXPLODED VIEW U.C , A Version A,B Version (10) R,T,K FAN Unit 12 (5) 14 (2) HEATSINK (R) Unit HEATSINK (L) Unit REGULATOR Unit FRONT PANEL Unit SUB CHASSIS 200-2 Unit 200-1...

  • Page 147

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 I MECHANICAL PARTS ✻ New Parts (Those parts marked with “#” are not included in the P.C.B. ass’y.)

  • Page 148

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 ✻ New Parts (Those parts marked with “#” are not included in the P.C.B. ass’y.)

  • Page 149

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 ✻ New Parts (Those parts marked with “#” are not included in the P.C.B. ass’y.)

  • Page 150

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 I FRONT PANEL & SUB CHASSIS UNIT 12 (3) 2-27 2-20 2-21 2-27 2-17 12 (4) 2-27 2-27 2-23 2-26 2-12 2-16 2-23 2-21 2-24 12 (7) 2-23 2-13 2-23 2-1-28 2-1-23 2-21 2-1-17 2-1-15 2-21 2-19 2-1-6 2-1-5...

  • Page 151

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 I FRONT PANEL & SUB CHASSIS UNIT ✻ New Parts (Those parts marked with “#” are not included in the P.C.B. ass’y.) ✻ New Parts (Those parts marked with “#” are not included in the P.C.B. ass’y.)

  • Page 152

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 I HEATSINK UNIT I FAN UNIT 3-13 3-14 3-10 3-14 3-14 3-10 ✻ New Parts (Those parts marked with “#” are not included in the P.C.B. ass’y.) I REGULATOR UNIT 3-14 7-12 3-13 7-13 ✻ New Parts (Those parts marked with “#” are not included in the P.C.B. ass’y.)

  • Page 153

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 Parts List for Carbon Resistors Value 1/4W Type Part No. 1/6W Type Part No. Value 1/4W Type Part No. 1/6W Type Part No. 1.0 Ω 3100 3100 10 kΩ 7100 7100 HJ35 HF85 HF45 HF45 1.8 Ω ❊ 3180 11 kΩ...

  • Page 154

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 I REMOTE CONTROL RAV225 (A, B, G, R, T, K, J models) G SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM...

  • Page 155

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 Initial Code Zone2 Key Name *1; These code are transmitted when "DSP" is set-up as AMP library. –– –– –– –– *2; These code are transmitted when "ZONE2" is chosen RE-NAME –– –– –– with Select key. CLEAR ––...

  • Page 156

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 I REMOTE CONTROL RAV2000Z1 (U, C models) G EXPLODED VIEW We do not supply this item.

  • Page 157: Mechanical Parts List

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 G MECHANICAL PARTS LIST ✻ New Parts (Those parts marked with “#” are not included in the P.C.B. ass’y.) For the details of RAV2000Z1 (U, C models), refer to the RAV2000 SERVICE MANUAL #100770.

  • Page 158: Updating Firmware

    To update the firmware, use the application software (Z1Flash.exe) for installation. It is a program rewriting tool intended for the following models. RX-Z1, DSP-AZ1 This application software is applicable only to the special format (.mot) program made open to the public for upgrading the version.

  • Page 159

    [3] Make settings of the main unit. [3]-1 When rewriting on the main microprocessor RX-Z1, DSP-AZ1: C o n n e c t t h e p l u g w h i l e pressing the [SPEAKERS B] key.

  • Page 160

    [3]- 2 When rewriting the sub-microprocessor, connect the AC plug of the main unit to the outlet. RX-Z1: Turn on the power switch while pressing the "PROGRAM " and "STEREO" keys to enter the DIAG mode.

  • Page 161

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 Next, click on the "Refer..." button. As the open dialog (example shown below)of the file is started, select the file for writing (Example: Z1 Main H32IC.mot, etc.). Fig. 3 The path of the selected file is indicated as shown below.

  • Page 162

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 Clicking on the "E.P.R" button in the immediately previous window causes rewriting to start. Fig. 7 Fig. 8 During writing, the progress status is shown in the order of "Program" and "Read check" as shown below. When writing and read check are completed properly, the window appears as shown below.

  • Page 163

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 Then the screen returns to the one shown above. Click on the "EXIT" button to complete the writing software. Check that the writing software window has closed and then disconnect the plug. If the plug is disconnected first, an error will occur when ending the writing software.

  • Page 164

    RX-Z1/DSP-AZ1 Fig. 17 Fig. 18...

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