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CD CASSETTE DSP RECEIVER
DPX-5010
SERVICE MANUAL
Refer to the service manual "D40-1132-05" (B51-7505-00)
for CASSETTE MECHANISM ASSY's information.
CD OPEN/CLOSE
DSP
DPX-5010
OFF
VOLUME
CRSC
ATT
EQ
NAME.S
SCROLL
B NR
7
DISP
1
DIR
The following reference numbers with accessory parts are the same reference numbers
used on EXPLODED VIEW and PARTS LIST.
COMPRESSION
SFC
KBS
DBB
SCN
SFC LEVEL
RDM/B.S
REP
D.S
8
9
0
2
3
4
5
DC1
© 2000-8 PRINTED IN JAPAN
B51-7663-00 ( N ) 1714
TAPE OPEN/CLOSE
DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSOR
,
POSITION
DIGITAL X
OVER
ROOM SIZE
M.RDM/MTL
CD CASSETTE
6
DSP RECEIVER
PROGRAM
RM1
205
210
SRC
PWR
OFF
RETURN
ANGLE
LAST ANGLE
MEMORY
SBF
FNC
+
FM
DISC
AM
AUD
DC1
711

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  • Page 1 CD CASSETTE DSP RECEIVER DPX-5010 SERVICE MANUAL © 2000-8 PRINTED IN JAPAN B51-7663-00 ( N ) 1714 Refer to the service manual "D40-1132-05" (B51-7505-00) for CASSETTE MECHANISM ASSY's information. CD OPEN/CLOSE TAPE OPEN/CLOSE DPX-5010 DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSOR RETURN ANGLE VOLUME...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    DPX-5010 CONTENTS BLOCK DIAGRAM ..................3 MICROCOMPUTER’S TERMINAL DESCRIPTION ........5 PANEL MECHANISM DESCRIPTION............9 TEST MODE / ADJUSTMENT..............11 PC BOARD ....................12 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ................21 EXPLODED VIEW ................... 30 PARTS LIST ..................... 34 SPECIFICATIONS ............... BACK COVER...
  • Page 4: Microcomputer's Terminal Description

    DPX-5010 MICROCOMPUTER’S TERMINAL DESCRIPTION (X14-) IC1 : System µ-com Pin Name Description Processing Operation DSP RVDT DSP data output DSP_CLK DSP clock output CHCON1 External CH1 selection H: CH1, L: Others CHCON2 External CH2 selection H: CH2, L: Others DATAH...
  • Page 5 DPX-5010 MICROCOMPUTER’S TERMINAL DESCRIPTION (X14-) IC1 : System µ-com Pin Name Description Processing Operation MUTE MUTE H: MUTE on LED CD LED CD display H: On LED TAPE LED TAPE display H: On LED LOGO LED LOGO display H: On...
  • Page 6 DPX-5010 MICROCOMPUTER’S TERMINAL DESCRIPTION (X14-) IC1 : System µ-com Pin Name Description Processing Operation AM+B AM Power L: AM PMUTE Power IC MUTE control H: MUTE on ILLUMI Illumination detecton L: Dimmer on LINE_MUTE External MUTE request L: Line MUTE on...
  • Page 7 DPX-5010 MICROCOMPUTER’S TERMINAL DESCRIPTION (X25-) IC1 : Panel µ-com Pin Name Description Processing Operation GLAT FL dot section data latch ouput 26~30 Not in use System µ-com communication data output PN_SC_DATA System µ-com communication data input PN_MC_DATA System µ-com communication control line PN RTS System µ-com communication control line...
  • Page 8: Panel Mechanism Description

    DPX-5010 PANEL MECHANISM DESCRIPTION A. Panel Opening B. Closing Behavior 1. When Open button(switch) is pressed, the motor (305) 1. The motor rotates in reverse direction. rotates. 2. The arm assembly (304) goes up. When the lever (A) goes 2. The rotation of the motor is transmitted forward through...
  • Page 9 DPX-5010 PANEL MECHANISM DESCRIPTION D. Assembly (Close Position) 1. Align the arm assembly with the pin of the planetary gear (303). 2. Assembly these to the sub-chassis (306) along with the rail (312). 3. Align lever (314) hole and the hold of the chassis (301).
  • Page 10: Test Mode / Adjustment

    DPX-5010 TEST MODE / ADJUSTMENT How to enter the text mode Panel Mechanism Adjustment While pressing on 1 and 3 keys, press the RESET key. The mechanism detects the open/close position of the panel and writes it to the E2PROM.
  • Page 11: Pc Board

    PC BOARD (COMPONENT SIDE VIEW) (FOIL SIDE VIEW) DOLBY NOISE REDUCTION UNIT DOLBY NISE REDUCTION UNIT X30-3000-00 (J74-0940-22) X30-3000-00 (J74-0940-22) X30-3000-00 X30-3000-00 Address Address Address Address Refer to the schematic diagram for the values of resistors and capacitors.
  • Page 14 PC BOARD (COMPONENT SIDE VIEW) SWITCH UNIT X25-8330-11 (J74-0922-22) X25-8330-11 Address VOL DWN VOL UP DISP CP35 CP38 CP33 OPN/CLS CP34 Refer to the sche- CP36 CP37 matic diagram for the values of resistors and capacitors. CP27 CP26 CP14 RESET CP20 CP18 CP19...
  • Page 15 PC BOARD (FOIL SIDE VIEW) SWITCH UNIT X25-8330-11 (J74-0922-22) X25-8330-11 Address VOL DWN VOL UP DISP CP35 CP38 CP33 OPN/CLS CP34 Refer to the sche- CP37 CP36 matic diagram for the values of resistors and capacitors. CP26 CP27 CP14 RESET CP20 CP18 CP19...
  • Page 16 PC BOARD (COMPONENT SIDE VIEW) CD PLAYER UNIT X32-4830-01 (J74-1102-02) /MUTEL LO/EJ MOTOR /MUTER LOAD A.5V SLED+ EJECT/SLED- S.GND SPDL- /MSTOP S.+B A.GND /MRST R102 R101 TRK- A.+B TRK+ FCS+ FCS- R223 /RST BU.+5V DATA R221 /CLK CLVS D.OUT R222 D.GND R224 R231...
  • Page 17 PC BOARD (FOIL SIDE VIEW) CD PLAYER UNIT X32-4830-01 (J74-1102-02) /MUTEL LO/EJ MOTOR /MUTER LOAD A.5V SLED+ EJECT/SLED- S.GND SPDL- /MSTOP S.+B A.GND /MRST R102 R101 TRK- A.+B TRK+ FCS+ FCS- R223 /RST BU.+5V DATA R221 /CLK CLVS D.OUT R222 D.GND R224 R20 R231...
  • Page 22 SUB MOTOR X13- X14- MAIN MOTOR DPX-5010 (K,M) (4/4) CAUTION : For continued safety, replace safety critical components only with manufacturer's recommended parts (refer to parts list). Indicates safety critical components. To reduce the risk of electric shock, leakage-current or...
  • Page 23: Exploded View

    DPX-5010 EXPLODED VIEW (CD MECHANISM) M1.7x2.5 : N09-4249-05 ø2x3.5 : N09-4172-05 M1.7x4 : N09-4202-05 M2x2 : N38-2020-46 ø2x6 : N09-4294-05 WASHER ø1.2 : N19-2023-04 WASHER ø1.6 : N19-2058-04 WASHER ø1.6 : N19-2093-04 M2x2 : N39-2020-46 DPU1 (X32) (X32) (X32) (X32-)
  • Page 24 DPX-5010 EXPLODED VIEW (UNIT) (X90-3550-11) (X90-355) (X14) (X13-955) (X90-355) (X90-355) (X90-355) Refer to EXPLODED VIEW (DISPLAY) φ2.6x3.5 (BLK) : N09-4389-05 : N09-4336-05 M2.6 (BLK) : N30-3014-46 M3x14 φ3x5 : N83-3005-46 φ2x6 (BLK) : N09-4344-05 φ3x10 : N80-3010-46 : N30-3004-46 M3x4...
  • Page 25 DPX-5010 EXPLODED VIEW (PANEL MECHANISM) M1.7x6 (BLK) : N09-4303-08 M2x2.5 (BLK) : N38-2025-45 M2.6x3 (BLK) : N38-2630-45 M2x2 (BLK) : N09-4358-08 M2x2 (BLK) : N09-4341-08 M2.6x4 : N32-2604-46 (X14) M1.7x2 (BLK) : N09-4343-08 IC12 (X14) (X14) (X14) (X14) (X14) (X14)
  • Page 26 DPX-5010 EXPLODED VIEW (DISPLAY) φ2x5 : N80-2005-46 M1.4 (BLK) : N09-4337-05 M1.4 (BLK) : N09-4338-05 M2x4 : N32-2004-46 (X25-833) Parts with the exploded numbers larger than 700 are not supplied.
  • Page 27: Parts List

    DPX-5010 PARTS LIST New parts Parts without Parts No. are not supplied. Les articles non mentionnes dans le Parts No. ne sont pas fournis. SYNTHESIZER UNIT (X14-602x-xx) Teile ohne Parts No. werden nicht geliefert. Desti- Desti- Ref. No. Parts No.
  • Page 28 DPX-5010 PARTS LIST New parts Parts without Parts No. are not supplied. Les articles non mentionnes dans le Parts No. ne sont pas fournis. Teile ohne Parts No. werden nicht geliefert. SYNTHESIZER UNIT (X14-602x-xx) Desti- Desti- Ref. No. Parts No.
  • Page 29 DPX-5010 PARTS LIST New parts Parts without Parts No. are not supplied. Les articles non mentionnes dans le Parts No. ne sont pas fournis. SYNTHESIZER UNIT (X14-602x-xx Teile ohne Parts No. werden nicht geliefert. Desti- Desti- Ref. No. Parts No.
  • Page 30 DPX-5010 PARTS LIST New parts Parts without Parts No. are not supplied. Les articles non mentionnes dans le Parts No. ne sont pas fournis. SYNTHESIZER UNIT (X14-602x-xx) Teile ohne Parts No. werden nicht geliefert. Desti- Desti- Ref. No. Parts No.
  • Page 31 DPX-5010 PARTS LIST New parts Parts without Parts No. are not supplied. Les articles non mentionnes dans le Parts No. ne sont pas fournis. SWITCH UNIT (X25-8330-11) Teile ohne Parts No. werden nicht geliefert. Desti- Desti- Ref. No. Parts No.
  • Page 32 DPX-5010 PARTS LIST New parts Parts without Parts No. are not supplied. Les articles non mentionnes dans le Parts No. ne sont pas fournis. DOLBY NOISE REDUCTION UNIT (X30-3000-00) Teile ohne Parts No. werden nicht geliefert. Desti- Desti- Ref. No.
  • Page 33 DPX-5010 PARTS LIST New parts Parts without Parts No. are not supplied. Les articles non mentionnes dans le Parts No. ne sont pas fournis. CD PLAYER UNIT (X32-4830-01) Teile ohne Parts No. werden nicht geliefer t. Desti- Desti- Ref. No.
  • Page 34 DPX-5010 PARTS LIST New parts Parts without Parts No. are not supplied. Les articles non mentionnes dans le Parts No. ne sont pas fournis. CD MECHANISM ASSY (X92-3910-01) Teile ohne Parts No. werden nicht geliefer t. Desti- Desti- Ref. No.
  • Page 35 DPX-5010 PARTS LIST New parts Par ts without Parts No. are not supplied. Les articles non mentionnes dans le Parts No. ne sont pas fournis. Teile ohne Parts No. werden nicht geliefert. Desti- Desti- Ref. No. Parts No. Description Ref. No.
  • Page 36 DPX-5010...
  • Page 37: Specifications

    DPX-5010 SPECIFICATIONS Specifications DPX-5010 (K) for North America DPX-5010 (M) for Other Areas Frequency Range 87.9MHz~107.9MHz (200kHz) 87.5MHz~108.0MHz (50kHz) (Frequency Step) 87.9MHz~107.9MHz (200kHz) Channel Space Selection – 50kHz/200kHz Usable Sensitivity 9.3dBf 9.3dBf S/N : 30dB (0.8µv/75Ω) (0.8µv/75Ω) Quieting Sensitivity 15.2dBf 15.2dBf...
  • Page 38 CASSETTE MECHANISM ASSY D40-1132-05 SERVICE MANUAL 1999-5 PRINTED IN KOREA B51-7505-00 (K) 482 Top View ] CASE LIFTER CM1 MAIN MOTOR ASS'Y CM2 SUB MOTOR ASS'Y | PS ACTUATOR PLATE * EJECT LEVER \ CASSETTE CASE Bottom View FFC CABLE MOTOR PULLY (MAIN MOTOR ASS'Y) 7 C GEAR...
  • Page 39 D40-1132-05 CONTENTS / DISASSEMBLY FOR REPAIR CONTENTS CONTENTS / DISASSEMBLY FOR REPAIR.....2 EXPLODED VIEW ............20 MECHANISM DESCRIPTION ........13 PARTS LIST .............21 ADJUSTMENT............19 DISASSEMBLY FOR REPAIR 1.1. GUIDE BRACKET CAUTION: This part is damageable during disassembling, and it cannot be reused. Disassembling (a) Note that 0GUIDE BRACKET is locked at three places shown in figure.
  • Page 40 D40-1132-05 DISASSEMBLY FOR REPAIR 1.2. ‘PACK SLIDER/|PS ACTUATOR PLATE CAUTION: The PACK SLIDER is damageable during disassembling, and it cannot be reused. and it cannot be reused. Disassembling ‘PACK SLIDER (a) Rotate 7D GEAR by hand until the position shown in fig- ure where ‘PACK SLIDER gets stuck to the stopper.
  • Page 41 D40-1132-05 DISASSEMBLY FOR REPAIR 1.3. \CASSETTE CASE/]CASE LIFTER Disassembling (a) Set the mechanism in EJECT POSITION. (b) Remove D2x3 CAMERA SCREW. (c) Push ]CASE LIFTER in arrow direction so that "E" and "F" portions are disengaged. Reassembling (a) Confirm that the mechanism is at EJECT position. (b) Meeting the holes in ]CASE LIFTER with the holes in \CASSETTE CASE as shown in figure, assemble these parts.
  • Page 42 D40-1132-05 DISASSEMBLY FOR REPAIR 1.4. –REEL Ass'y/‚FL CAPSTAN Ass'y/∞§PINCH ROLLER Ass'y CAUTION: As :REEL CAP/∞§PINCH ROLLER Ass'y are damageable during disassembling, they cannot be reused. Disassembling (a) Open and remove the Washer at the lead edge of …REEL Ass'y as shown in figure. (The washer is dam- ageable, and it cannot be reused.) (b) Raise and remove :REEL CAP/REEL Ass'y.
  • Page 43 D40-1132-05 DISASSEMBLY FOR REPAIR 1.5. ’REEL PWB Ass'y/»CR DETECTIVE PLATE Disassembling (a) Remove four screws as shown in figure. Remove the REEL PWB Ass'y, can be removed. Reassembling (a) Align the marking of the MODE SW on he REEL PWB Ass'y with a square hole, as shown in fig(a).
  • Page 44 D40-1132-05 DISASSEMBLY FOR REPAIR 1.7. CM2 SUB MOTOR Ass'y Disassembling (a) Break the solders of two wires (violet and gray) of M CONNECTOR WIRE. (b) Remove two screws. (Assume that the GEARS were already removed.) Reassembling (a) Insert CM2 SUB MOTOR while taking care not to allow A GEAR to interfere with the edge of CHASSIS Ass'y.
  • Page 45 D40-1132-05 DISASSEMBLY FOR REPAIR Reassembling (a) Insert CM1 MAIN MOTOR into a hole in CHASSIS while taking care not to damage the surface. (b) In such a case, the direction of terminals should be as shown in figure. (c) Tighten two pieces of 42 X 3TAMS SCREWS.
  • Page 46 D40-1132-05 DISASSEMBLY FOR REPAIR 1.10. &OP PLATE Ass'y Disassembling (a) Remove CAMERA TAPPING SCREW. & (b) Remove O.P PLATE HOLDER. (c) Slide the O.P PLATE HOLDER in arrow direction todis- engage from the pin A and take it out. Reassembling (a) Align studs B, C, and D on CHASSIS Ass'y Ass'y with pin E of...
  • Page 47 D40-1132-05 DISASSEMBLY FOR REPAIR 1.11. ™7FR PLATE/¡FR GEAR Disassembling & (a) These parts will be removed when OP PLATE Ass'y is removed. Disassembling ¡ ™ (a) Mount FR GEAR on the boss of FR PLATE. (b) Insert this boss into portion B between CHASSIS Ass'y MAIN PLATE, and insert pin C of CHASSIS Ass'y into a hole in the FR PLATE.
  • Page 48 D40-1132-05 DISASSEMBLY FOR REPAIR 1.13. _EJECT LEVER Disassembling (a) Slide EJECT LEVER until it gets stuck at the rear. (b) Move it to the left, and it will be removed. Reassembling (a) Mount the Eject Lever Ass'y so that its portion A comes under the CHASSIS Ass'y as shown in figure.
  • Page 49 D40-1132-05 DISASSEMBLY FOR REPAIR 1.15. HD1 P HEAD/$HEAD SP PLATE Disassembling (a) Remove two ADJUST SCREWS. (b) Thus, HD1 P HEAD and HEAD SP PLATE will be removed. Reassembling (a) Insert ADJUST SCREWS into p HEAD/HEAD SP PLATE in this order. (b) Insert a flexible cable into a hole A of HEAD PANEL Ass'y as shown in figure.
  • Page 50 D40-1132-05 MECHANISM DESCRIPTION 2.1. DESCRIPTION OF MANUAL OPERATION Naturally, this mechanism operates under microprocessor control, and manual operation may cause a trouble. However, manual operation will be necessary for repair, etc. and in such a case, perform as follows. 2.1.1 Position in Each Mode The mode can be oonfirmed from the fact that which marking written on the REEL PWB Ass'y the tab attaching to the OP PLATE Ass'y points out.
  • Page 51 D40-1132-05 MECHANISM DESCRIPTION 2.2. OPERATIONAL DESCRIPTION 2.2.1 PACK IN PLAY Pulling in a cassette tape (a) lnsert a cassette tape in the arrow direction as shown in Fig.1. Fig.1 (b) The Pack Slider is pushed, and the *EJECT LEVER Ass'y is moved via the PS |ACTUATOR PLATE as shown in Fig.2.
  • Page 52 D40-1132-05 MECHANISM DESCRIPTION (i) On the other hand, the OP PLATE rotates the MODE SW because it meshes with the GEAR. Thus, the micro- processor detects the MODE SW and it stops the Sub Motor at the F PLAY (or R PLAY) position. (j) The cassette tape is placed in PLAY mode.
  • Page 53 D40-1132-05 MECHANISM DESCRIPTION (n) The MAIN MOTOR Ass'y drives the FL CAPSTAN Ass'y via the belt, and consequently the FL CAPSTAN Ass'y rotates the REEL Ass'y. Head UP and Pinch Roller (o) The @HEAD PANEL Ass'y is moved by the OP PLATE while the HP GUIDE PIN Shown in figure slides along the slot in OP PLATE, then the HEAD moves UP.
  • Page 54 D40-1132-05 MECHANISM DESCRIPTION 2.2.2 EJECT (in PLAY/FF/REW/PAUSE mode) (a) Rotate the CM2 SUB MOTOR in CCW direction to drive the &OP PLATE Ass'y via 567B/C/D GEAR. (b) At the position shown in figure, the *EJECT LEVER Ass'y is locked so that it moves together with the OP PLATE Ass'y. (c) The \CASSETTE CASE is moved up along a slot of EJECT LEVER in reverse motion of EJECT PLAY.
  • Page 55 D40-1132-05 MECHANISM DESCRIPTION 2.2.4 FF/REW (FF from PLAY; REW in parentheses) (a) The CM2 SUB MOTOR rotates CCW to drive the &OP PLATE via A GEAR and then 567B/C/D GEAR. (b) A boss of ™FR PLATE enters a slot in OP PLATE and it is positioned, then the =F GEAR meshes with the …REEL Ass'y and ‚FL CAPSTAN Ass'y.
  • Page 56 D40-1132-05 ADJUSTMENT 3.1 Adjustment 3.1.1 Tape Speed Adjustment (this adjustment is necessary if main motor was replaced.) (a) Tools required Test tape ABEX TCC-112 (frequency 3 kHz) Ceramic screwdriver (tip 1.2mm) Frequency counter Radio set (b)Adjustment Assemble the tape deck into the radio set. (As the tape speed will vary a little depending on the radio set, the speed should be adjusted with the radio set in which the deck is actually used.)
  • Page 57 D40-1132-05 EXPLODED VIEW D40-1132-05 DPX-5000 Parts with exploded numbers larger than 700 are not supplied.
  • Page 58 D40-1132-05 PARTS LIST New Parts Parts without Parts No. are not supplied. Les articles non mentionnes dans le Parts No. ne sont pas fournis. Teile ohne Parts No. werden nicht geliefert. Dest Dest Ref.No. d e Parts No. Description Ref.No. d e Parts No.
  • Page 59 D40-1132-05 KENWOOD follows a policy of continuous advancements in development. For this reason specifications may be changed without notice. KENWOOD CORPORATION 14-6, Dogenzaka 1-chome, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, 150-8501 Japan KENWOOD SERVICE CORPORATION KENWOOD ELECTRONICS ITALIA S.p.A. P.O. Box 22745, 2201 East Dominguez Street, Via G.