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PROFESSIONAL DISC RECORDER
PDW-HD1500
MPEG TS BOARD
PDBK-201
MAINTENANCE MANUAL
Volume 1 1st Edition (Revised 3)

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  • Page 1 PROFESSIONAL DISC RECORDER PDW-HD1500 MPEG TS BOARD PDBK-201 MAINTENANCE MANUAL Volume 1 1st Edition (Revised 3)
  • Page 2 Pour toute réparation faire appel à une personne compétente uniquement. For safety, do not connect the connector for peripheral device wiring that might have excessive voltage to the following port(s). : NETWORK connector Follow the instructions for the above port(s). PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 3 Hävitä käytetty paristo valmistajan ohjeiden Remplacer uniquement avec une batterie du même mukaisesti. type ou d’un type équivalent recommandé par le constructeur. Mettre au rebut les batteries usagées conformément aux instructions du fabricant. 1 (P) PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 4 Top: 2 cm (1 inches) or more Right, Left: 2 cm (1 inches) or more Rear: 25 cm (10 inches) or more This label is located on the top panel of the drive unit. 2 (P) PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    APR VR (A27) ............4-6 1-14. Notes on Handling Optical Block Assembly ....1-26 4-4-4. BATTERY (A2E) ..........4-6 1-15. Unleaded Solder ............1-27 4-4-5. NV-RAM CONTROL (A2F) ........ 4-6 1-16. Precautions for Use of Condensation Sensor ....1-27 PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 6 Cleaning Cloth ............5-3 7-4. Servo2 Automatic Adjustment ........7-6 5-2-2. Cleaning Loader Assembly ........5-3 7-5. Clearing Media Log ............7-6 5-2-3. Cleaning Spindle Motor ........5-4 7-6. After Adjustment ............7-6 5-2-4. Cleaning Pickup Lens ..........5-4 PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 7 Adjustment ............8-11 8-6. Audio System Adjustment ..........8-12 8-6-1. Adjustment Overview ......... 8-12 8-6-2. Analog Audio Output System Adjustment ..8-12 8-6-3. Analog Audio Input System Adjustment .... 8-13 8-7. DC-IN +12 V Adjustment ..........8-14 9. Circuit Description PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 8: Manual Structure

    Manual Structure Purpose of this manual There are volume 1 and volume 2 in the Maintenance manual of PDW-HD1500. The service manuals (volume 1, 2) are intended for use by trained system and service engineers, and provides the information of maintenance and detailed service.
  • Page 9: Service Overview

    Acceleration sensor/Angular velocity sensor/ Cartridge sensor/Seek motor SE-851 Cartridge sensor/DEW sensor/Seek motor SE-852 Loading position sensor/ Cartridge sensor/ STB OFF sensor Power supply PS-726 AC/DC, DC IN AC/DC select RE-245 DC-DC out Option TSI-60 (PDBK-201) MPEG TS Input/Output PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 10: Location Of Main Parts

    PS-726 ....... 4 RE-245 ....... 3 RX-93H ......6 SE-850 ....... !' SE-851 ....... !, SE-852 ....... !. SW-1353 ......!] SW-1354 ......!\ TSI-60 ........ @/ VPR-99 ......2 KY-624 ......!= <Drive top view> <Loader top view> PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 11: Main Mechanical Part Locations

    4 Loading motor assembly 5 Drive sub assembly 6 Optical block assembly 7 Seek motor assembly 8 Spindle motor 9 Fan motor (drive) !/ Fan motor (power supply) !- Fan motor (AU) != LCD unit ![ Fan motor (NET-4) PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 12: Function And Location Of Sensors

    Detects acceleration added to the optical drive. Angular rate sensor Detects angular rate added to the optical drive. Temperature sensor IC707 on the NET-4 board, Controls the temperature alarm control of IC707 on the NET-4 board. Loadermode sensor Detects loadermode. PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 13: Removing/reinstalling Cabinet

    Assembly Removing and reattaching the front panel assembly is 1. Turn off the power of the unit. performed while the PDW-HD1500 has been turned upside 2. Remove the nine screws (Rear panel : three screws, down as described below. side panel : six screws), and remove the top panel assembly in the direction of the arrow.
  • Page 14 CN1, and remove the control panel assembly. 9. Reinstall the front panel assembly by reversing the Be careful not to damage the lead wire with connector. steps of removal. Metal bracket of CP shield (A) Control panel assembly Lead wire with connector PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 15: Removing/reinstalling The Rear Panel

    Manual ejection when the gear is broken” described later, and take out the cartridge. 1. Turn the PDW-HD1500 upside down. 2. Remove the five screws, and remove the bottom plate 5. Turn the gear (black) in the direction of arrow [2], and assembly.
  • Page 16: Manual Ejection When The Gear Is Broken

    Eject the cartridge in the following steps. 1. Remove the top panel assembly. (Refer to Section 1-4-1.) 2. Remove the four screws, and remove the stay sub (upper) assembly. Dowels Screw with drop-safe Top cover (A) assembly Stay sub (upper) assembly PSW2.6 PSW2.6 PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 17 (P200) assembly. . Do not touch the disc surface. . To installing the loader (P200) assembly, refer to “6-3. Replacing Loader Assembly”. Cartridge Lock arm Loader (P200) assembly Disc surface PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 18: Switch Settings On The Boards / Description Of The Led Functions

    Never change the setting of the factory use switches. The number shown in the parentheses ( ) indicates the address on the circuit board. S600 DR-601 board/Side A Ref. No. Name Description Factory setting S600 System reset Factory use 1-10 PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 19 Blink : CPU COUNTER D2704 (J-5) CPU LED Blink : CPU COUNTER D3001 (G-1) FPGA LED Lights : FPGA CONFIG OK Blink : FPGA CONFIG NG D3002 (G-1) CPU CLOCK LED Blink : CPU CLOCK (33 MHz) COUNTER 1-11 PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 20 The number shown in the parentheses ( ) indicates the address on the circuit board. S700 S701 D300 S1101 NET-4 board/Side B Ref. No. Name Description Factory setting S700 (F-4) RESET Factory use S701 (B-3) USB TEST Factory use S1101 (F-2) 1 - 8 Factory use 1-12 PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 21 3, 4 Select the connected external terminal. S1-3 S1-4 Not connected iTRON Drive Factory use S301 (B-1) Factory use S302 (B-1) Factory use RV301 (C-1) Factory use Full counterclockwise turn RV302 (C-1) Factory use Full counterclockwise turn 1-13 PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 22 Never change the setting of the factory use switches. The number shown in the parentheses ( ) indicates the address on the circuit board. S201 ENC-107 board/Side A Ref. No. Name Description Factory setting S201 (C-4) Factory use Factory use Factory use Factory use 1-14 PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 23: Circuit-protection Part List

    Replace the components with Sony parts whose part thermister(s) (power thermister) as the circuit protection numbers appear in the manual published by Sony. If the element. The positive characteristics thermister limits the components are replaced with any parts other than the electric current flowing through the circuit as the internal specified ones, this may cause a fire or electric shock.
  • Page 24: Equipment And Fixtures List For Check/adjustment

    Gear replacement (one pin required) 7-432-114-11 Locking compound 200 g Inhibits loosening of screws 7-600-000-48 Sony bond (SC608LVZ2) 180ML Bonding — 7-651-000-10 Sony grease SGL-601 (50 g) Lubrication 9-919-573-01 Cleaning liquid Cleaning A-1541-245-A Extension board EX-1045 AU-311/VPR-99/NET-4 board extension A-1541-246-A...
  • Page 25: Replacing Nv-ram And Memory Backup Battery

    AU-311 IC912 EEPROM Analog input level adjustment value (ch1/ch2) Analog line output level adjustment value (ch1/ch2) Monitor output level adjustment value (Lch/Rch) VPR-99 IC801 D/A converter Video adjustment data (59.94i/50i) with built-in SDI ENC VCO data EEPROM 1-17 PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 26 Even if this EEPROM is replaced in the field, no data can . Error log data be initialized. When you need to replace this EEPROM, contact your local Sony Sales Office/Service Center. Taking note of these data before replacement facili- (5) Replacing EEPROM (IC4/SE-850 board) tates re-setting of menu data and other data after replacement of the battery.
  • Page 27: Firmware Update

    For getting such firmware package file, contact your local the power save mode, while the NET board is starting Sony Sales Office/Service Center. up, the following message is displayed until the startup Put the firmware package file in the root directory of the process is complete.
  • Page 28: Internal Video Test Signal

    IC501 IC2905, IC2906 HPR-23 IC1201 IC2905, IC2906 LUNA VPR-99 IC100 IC2905, IC2906 (HPR-23) DSP0 HPR-23 IC1701, IC1702 IC2905, IC2906 DSP1 HPR-23 IC1801, IC1802 IC2905, IC2906 DSP2 HPR-23 IC1901 IC2905, IC2906 PRXA HPR-23 IC2001, IC2002 IC2905, IC2906 (Continued) 1-20 PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 29 HD video outputs SD video outputs 75% Color Bars 75% Color Bars Black Black 1-21 PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 30: Service Action After Replacing Or Repairing The Block And Board

    . ACCELERATION OFFSET (Refer to Section 4-7-20.) (Refer to the Operation Manual.) . Serial number setting For more information, contact your local Sony Sales Office/Service Center. Execute the following menu only when the old IC4 was not removed from the old SE-857 and not installed on the new SE-857 board, or when only IC4 was replaced with the new IC.
  • Page 31: Board

    Connecting Insert the flexible card wire firmly as far as it will go, and press portion B of the connector to lock. Disconnecting Connector Conduction side Flexible card wire Connecting Connector Flexible card wire 1-23 PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 32 2. Close the latch of the connector in the direction of arrow D to lock. arrow F to lock. Disconnecting Disconnecting Latch Flexible card wire Connector Flexible card wire Latch Connector Connecting Latch Connector Connecting Flexible card wire Flexible card wire Latch Insulation side Insulation side Connector 1-24 PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 33 H to lock. arrow K to lock. Disconnecting Disconnecting Latch Flexible card wire Connector Connector Flexible card wire Connecting Connecting Latch Connector Flexible card wire Flexible card wire Latch Reverse Insulation Connector side side Insulation side Conduction side 1-25 PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 34: Notes On Handling Optical Block Assembly

    . Do not allow foreign materials to enter through gap in mat (with impedance lower than 10 copper sheet for grounding. the cover of the actuator. Antistatic band Keep away a screwdriver Objective lens Optical block assembly Actuator Antistatic mat Hold the shaded portions. ( 1-26 PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 35: Unleaded Solder

    . Do not touch the chip with bare hands. . Do not clean the chip with alcohol or other similar agents. Solders 1 pin Bracket Leads Connector Condensation sensor chip 1-27 PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 37: Error Messages

    CH-4 RESET CHAPTER RETURN EXPAND VARIABLE KEY INHI PAGE PRE- LOCAL REMOTE HOME PREV PLAY NEXT STOP PHONES LEVEL DISPLAY THUMBNAIL SHIFT SUB CLIP DISC MENU F REV F FWD STANDBY REC INHI Time data display Function menu PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 38: Error Code List

    The protection mode depends on error status. When a cartridge is inserted, press the EJECT button and remove the cartridge. The cartridge may not be ejected even after the EJECT command has been received depending on error status. In this case, turn the unit power OFF and ON. PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 39: Error 0x

    Excessive control current is detected in OP (OP1) tracking servo. ← OP (OP0) cannot move to disc’s innermost circumference. ← OP (OP0) cannot move to disc’s outermost circumference. ← OP (OP1) cannot move to disc’s innermost circumference. ← OP (OP1) cannot move to disc’s outermost circumference. (Continue) PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 40 Disc is not rotating Seeking Reading Writing Standby state Ejecting Unchucking During disc removal During lens cleaning or device checking C, D: (Not used) During startup adjustment of optical block assembly During power-on initialization of optical block assembly PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 41: Error 20

    Sensor hole (SE-850/851 board) is detects abnormal code. (Not displayed) X Abnormality of acceleration sensor is detected. High TEMP! Optical block assembly (OP0) temperature sensor detects abnormal status. High TEMP! Optical block assembly (OP1) temperature sensor detects abnormal status. HUMID! Dew condensation is detected. PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 42: Error 5x

    (Not displayed) X Optical block assembly (OP1) cannot seek to target position during startup. DRV ADJ err Optical block assembly (OP0) startup adjustment cannot be completed. DRV ADJ err Optical block assembly (OP1) startup adjustment cannot be completed. PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 43: Error 91

    SV DSP (IC1400/DR-601 board) on the OP1 side. ← Optical drive’s system control CPU (DRV: IC600/DR-601 board) detects no reply from SV DSP (DRV: IC1400/DR-601 board) on the OP1 side during communication with SV DSP. PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 44: Error 92

    System control CPU detects PB DSP0 (IC1801/HPR-23 board) error. ← System control CPU detects PB DSP1 (IC1802/HPR-23 board) error. ← System control CPU detects REC DSP0 (IC1701/HPR-23 board) error. ← System control CPU detects REC DSP1 (IC1702/HPR-23 board) error. (Continue) PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 45 SYS PE (IC700/DR-601 board). ← In optical block assembly (OP1), laser driver IC setting value cannot be recovered from abnormal state. ← Auto setting by SYS PE (IC700/DR-601 board) is disabled with power control of optical drive’s (OP1) BDC (IC1300/DR-601 board). PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 47: Xdcam Web Site

    Use Internet Explorer for the web browser of the host PC. Other web browsers may not function correctly. 3. Enter “admin” for User name and “pdw-hd1500” for Password, and then click “OK”. User name and User password can be changed on the Account page.
  • Page 48: Status Menu

    Displays the signal standard System Frequency Display only Displays the signal standard Video Format Display only Displays the video recording format Audio Format Display only Displays the audio recording format Other Information Option Display only Displays the installed option PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 49: Hours Meter

    The hours meter of the unit can be displayed on the Hours Meter page of the Status menu. The function is the same as that of the digital hours meter of the basic setup menu on the unit. For “How to reset the hours meter”, contact your local Sony Sales Office/Service Center. Item...
  • Page 50: Software Version

    The version of the software can be checked in the Software Version page of the Status menu. The function is the same as that of the SOFTWARE VERSION menu of the OTHERS of the MAINTE- NANCE menu on the unit. (full version display) PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 51 Shows the version of ROM (IC2905, IC2906) on IC2061/HPR-23 board Software Version Display only Shows the version of ROM (IC504) on IC500/TSI-60 board (Option) TSIC Display only Shows the version of ROM (IC504) on IC500/TSI-60 board *1: Using the firmware package file, the version can be upgraded. PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 52: Disc Menu

    For details, refer to Operation manual. 3-3-2. Thumbnails The thumbnails and properties of the clips on the disc inserted in the unit can be checked on the Thumb- nails page of the Disc menu. For details, refer to Operation manual. PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 53: Maintenance Menu

    3-4. Maintenance Menu 3-4-1. Network The network-related settings can be changed on the Network page of the Maintenance menu. The function is almost the same as that of the NETWORK CONFIG of the MAINTENANCE menu on the unit. PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 54 Item Setting Default Function Hostname Charactor PDW-HD1500 Sets a host name Serial No. Domain Charactor — Sets a domain name IP Address xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx 192.168.1.10 Sets an IP address (See below) Subnet Mask xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx 255.255.255.0 Sets a subnet mask (See below) Default Gateway xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx...
  • Page 55: Snmp

    Specifies the destination of the trap sent from XDCAM Hosts none : Does not send the trap specific : Specifies the SNMP manager to which to send the trap When using SONY-PRO-MIB, select “specific” and specify the IP address of the SNMP manager IP Address —...
  • Page 56 2. Set the target hosts for the communication (Communication Hosts). 3. Set the target hosts to which to send the trap (Trap Hosts). When you use SONY-PRO-MIB, select “specific” and then specify SNMP manager's IP address. 4. Set the Authentication Trap.
  • Page 57 1. Set the MIB-2 system information. (sysContact, sysName, sysLocation) 2. Save the setting by pressing “Execute”. Check that “OK” is displayed in the Status field. The setting is enabled after the power is turned on again. To disable the setting, press “Reset”. 3-11 PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 58: Account

    *1: Uppercase and lowercase characters are distinguished. Procedure 1. Enter the new password in the Password box and Verify Password box. (Pressing “Reset” clears the Input window.) 2. Press “Execute” to change the password. 3-12 PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 59: Setup Menu

    Return the contents of the setup menu saved in the PC to the unit. Procedure 1. Click “Browse” and select the file of the setup menu. 2. Press “Execute” in the Download field. 3. When the download is completed, the unit is automatically rebooted. 3-13 PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 60: Software Update

    . Personal Computer (hereafter called PC) . Firmware Package File . Network Cable (Crossover or straight through cable) For obtaining the firmware package, contact your local Sony Sales Office/Service Center. Preparation 1. Eject the disc. 2. Remove the i.LINK cable, the headphones and the audio cable.
  • Page 61 9. Click “LAN Settings” on the “Connections” page. 10. Confirm that the checkbox of “Use a proxy server for your LAN” is not checked. If checked, uncheck the checkbox. 11. Click “OK”. 12. Click “OK” on the Internet Options window. 3-15 PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 62 1. Start up the Internet Explorer, and enter “http://192.168.1.10” in the Address bar. (Where the under- lined part is the IP address of the unit.) 2. Enter “admin” for User name and “pdw-hd1500” for Password. Then click “OK”. The XDCAM top page appears.
  • Page 63 If no change is observed on the download menu for 10 minutes or any firmware program is marked “NG”, the update is failed. In this case, return to step 2 in “Preparation”. If the update is failed again, contact your local Sony Sales Office/Service Center. 3-17...
  • Page 64 When “MENU Ver. UP” appears in the time data display, press the [MENU] button and then the [SET] button. 11. Click “Completed”. 12. The window returns to the XDCAM top page and the update is completed. 13. Confirm that SY2K and SY2U are updated in the Software Version page. (Refer to Section 3-2-3.) 3-18 PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 65: Maintenance Mode

    Used for the setting up of this unit. For details, refer to Operation Manual. NETWORK Used for the setting of the network. For details, refer to Operation Manual. DRIVE ........... (Section 4-7) Used for the maintenance of the optical drive. PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 66 To prohibit the activation of the maintenance mode by the button operation on the control panel, turn on this switch in advance. . The factory default setting of the PDW-HD1500 is OFF. . When operating the switches on the HPR-23 board, remove the bottom panel by referring to section 6-12-8.
  • Page 67: Maintenance Menu List

    — — — — MAINTE- NANCE M5: NETWORK — — — — — M6: DRIVE D0: DRIVE MAINTENANCE — — — — (Refer to the next page.) *1: Refer to Operation Manual. *2: Refer to “1-10. Firmware Update”. PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 68 ND FIL 4-24 SKEW 4-25 LENS CLEANING 4-26 ADJUST SERVO_1 4-26 SKEW 4-26 SERVO_2 4-26 OTHER ADJUST ACCELERATION OFFSET 4-27 ERROR LOGGER 4-28 OTHERS VERSION 4-29 SERIAL NO 4-29 CLEAR MEDIA LOG 4-29 MEMORY SUPPORT UPLOAD TO EEPROM 4-29 PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 69: Check (m0)

    Stops the operation of the internal test signal generator. (factory setting) SILENCE: Generates a mute signal with the internal test signal generator. 1kHz SINE: Generates a 1 kHz signal with the internal test signal generator. MULTI: Generates a signal which differs in frequency PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 70: Adjust (m1)

    Used for the saving the various adjustment data. SDI ENC2 VCO: Adjust the SDI ENC2 free-run frequency. (Refer to “Section 8 Electrical Alignment” for details.) (Refer to Section 8-5.) Menu hierarchy: [M1 : ADJUST] → [A2 : AUDIO/VIDEO/BATTERY] → [A2F : NV-RAM CONTROL] PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 71: Service Support (m2)

    4-5-3. OPTION STATUS (M22) SHIFT:MULTI CONTROL KNOB Check presence of option board installation. Menu hierarchy: [M2 : SERVICE SUPPORT] → [M22 : OPTION STATUS] OPTION STATUS SD REC&PB : ena MPEG TS Board : --- TO MENU : MENU KEY PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 72: Others

    When no function is set, NONE is displayed. ------------------------ SYNC (The factory setting is all NONE.) FINE SPEAKER PB/EE OUT REF 2 Area 2 The function names that can be set to F1 through F6 buttons in function menu HOME2 page are displayed in scroll. PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 73 NONE is displayed. (The factory setting is all NONE.) 2 Area 2 The setup menu names that can be set to F1 through F6 buttons of the function menu PAGE8 are displayed in scroll. PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 74 1 state, press the F1 (RETURN) button. M38:F-KEY CONFIG M381:PAGE8 ASSIGN 1 NONE 2 NONE 3 NONE 4 NONE 5 NONE 6 NONE ------------------------ 005:DISPLAY SEL - 006:LOCAL ENA 007:DISC TIMER 009:CHARA TYPE 011:CHARA VSIZE - 4-10 PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 75 After setting, save the setting by M38F : NV-RAM Use the original name for your reference to abbrevia- CONTROL. tion. M38:F-KEY CONFIG M382:PAGE8 NAME 1 NONE 2 005: 3 NONE 4 NONE 5 NONE 6 NONE ------------------------ DISPLAY SEL 4-11 PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 76: Usb To Rom (m3e0)

    3. Press the [SET] button. abnormality, “INCOMPLETE” is displayed on the superimposed display. M3E:USB MEMORY UTIL M3E0:USB to ROM D4:SETUP DOWNLOAD M38:F-KEY CONFIG CHECKING USB DEVICE AND DATA FILE.. SAVE COMPLETE 4. To exit the menu, press F1 (RETURN) button once. 4-12 PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 77: Rom To Usb (m3e1)

    . The message “NO USB MEMORY” is displayed in the message window while downloading is in progress. If the above error message is displayed, the connected USB memory device may have some problems or is recognized as the unsupported device. Use another USB memory. 4-13 PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 78: Factory Setup

    1. A confirmation screen appears waiting for entry of the [SET] button. TEMPERATURE SENSOR CHECK START? SET KEY EXIT: MENU KEY 2. Press the [SET] button. The current temperature appears. TEMPERATURE SENSOR 39.0 [DEG] AGAIN: SET KEY EXIT: MENU KEY 4-14 PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 79: Dew Sensor

    2. Press the [SET] button. 2. Press the [SET] button. The result appears. The result appears. DEW SENSOR FAN MOTOR CHECKING...OK EXIT: MENU KEY EXIT: MENU KEY If failed: The following screen appears. FAN MOTOR CHECKING...ERROR EXIT: MENU KEY 4-15 PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 80: Acceleration Sensor

    EXIT: MENU KEY 3. Check that the unit is placed horizontally, and press the [SET] button. When the optical drive is detected as horizontal, the following screen appears. ACCELERATION SENSOR CHECKING...OK SENSOR POSTURE:OK AGAIN: SET KEY EXIT: MENU KEY 4-16 PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 81: Loader

    . Moving DOWN Position to EJECT Position REC INHI:INHI DOWN SENSOR:DOWN . Moving DOWN Position to STBY Position SENSOR HOLE:2 3 4 NEXT: MENU KEY . Moving STBY Position to EJECT Position . Moving STBY Position to DOWN Position 4-17 PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 82 If failed: The following screen appears. The following screen appears. LOADER LOADER CHECKING...ERROR CHECKING...ERROR POSITION:DOWN REC INHI:INHI POSITION:DOWN DOWN SENSOR:DOWN REC INHI:INHI SENSOR HOLE:2 3 4 DOWN SENSOR:DOWN EXIT: MENU KEY SENSOR HOLE:2 3 4 NEXT: MENU KEY 4-18 PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 83 If failed: If failed: The following screen appears. The following screen appears. LOADER LOADER CHECKING...ERROR CHECKING...ERROR POSITION:STBY REC INHI:INHI POSITION:STBY DOWN SENSOR:NOT DOWN SENSOR HOLE: REC INHI:INHI NEXT: MENU KEY DOWN SENSOR:NOT DOWN SENSOR HOLE: NEXT: MENU KEY 4-19 PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 84: Auto Test

    CHECKING...OK IN-LIM TEST CHECKING...OK EXIT: MENU KEY If failed: The following screen appears. EXIT: MENU KEY AUTO TEST If failed: The following screen appears. CHECKING...ERROR IN-LIM TEST CHECKING...ERROR EXIT: MENU KEY EXIT: MENU KEY 4-20 PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 85: Out-lim Test

    OUT-LIM TEST AUTO TEST CHECKING...OK INSERT DISC. EXIT: MENU KEY EXIT: MENU KEY If failed: 4. Insert a cartridge. The following screen appears. The result appears. OUT-LIM TEST AUTO TEST CHECKING...ERROR CHECKING...OK EXIT: MENU KEY EXIT: MENU KEY 4-21 PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 86: Focus Actuator

    If the actuator does not move or its movement is not smooth, the harness may be connected improperly or the optical block may be defective. FOCUS ACTUATOR CHECKING...OK EXIT: MENU KEY If failed: The following screen appears. FOCUS ACTUATOR CHECKING...ERROR EXIT: MENU KEY 4-22 PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 87: Tracking Actuator

    The following screen appears. The harness may be connected improperly or the optical block may be defective. EXIT: MENU KEY SA ACTUATOR If failed: The following screen appears. CHECKING...ERROR TRACKING ACTUATOR CHECKING...ERROR EXIT: MENU KEY EXIT: MENU KEY 4-23 PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 88: Laser

    EXIT: MENU KEY If failed: 3. Insert a cartridge. The result appears. The following screen appears. LASER ND FILTER CHECKING...ERROR CHECKING...OK EXIT: MENU KEY EXIT: MENU KEY If failed: The following screen appears. LASER CHECKING...ERROR EXIT: MENU KEY 4-24 PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 89: Skew

    Perform optical drive alignment. (Refer to Section 7.) SKEW If five minutes has already passed since power ON, this screen does not appear. CHECKING...ERROR SKEW WARMING UP... REMAINED 0299 SEC EXIT: MENU KEY → KEY PASS: EXIT: MENU KEY 4-25 PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 90: Lens Cleaning

    LOOP GAIN necessary for servo operation. FINISHED CLEANING Be sure to install the loader. The adjustments are not available if the loader is not installed. EXIT: MENU KEY Menu hierarchy: [M6 : DRIVE] → [D0 : DRIVE MAINTENANCE] → [ADJUST] → [SERVO_2] 4-26 PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 91: Acceleration Offset

    EXIT: MENU KEY 2. Press the [SET] button. The result appears. ACCELERATION OFFSET PLACE DRIVE HORIZONTALLY. ARE YOU SURE? SET KEY EXIT: MENU KEY 3. Press the [SET] button. A confirmation screen appears. ACCELERATION OFFSET ADJUSTING...COMPLETED EXIT: MENU KEY 4-27 PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 92: Error Logger

    2. Press the [*] button. Detailed information of the selected error appears. ERROR LOGGER EXECUTING...COMPLETED EXIT: MENU KEY 2004/09/22 13:38:39 95-504 If failed: The following screen appears. EXIT: MENU KEY CLEAR ERROR LOG EXECUTING...FAILED EXIT: MENU KEY 4-28 PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 93: Version

    UPLOAD TO EEPROM Once deleted, the deleted log cannot be restored. Menu hierarchy: FLASH >>> EEPROM LOAD BACKUP DATA. [M6 : DRIVE] → [D0 : DRIVE MAINTENANCE] LOADING...FAILED → [OTHERS] EXIT: MENU KEY → [CLEAR MEDIA LOG] 4-29 PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 95: Periodic Check And Maintenance

    To make the most of the functions, fully realize the performances of this unit and to lengthen the life of the unit, periodic check and parts replacement are recommended. 5-1-1. Index It is necessary to check and replace periodically to the following parts. The numbers in the illustration correspond to the table in the Section 5-1-3. PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 96: Digital Hours Meter

    Loader assembly Disc loading count Replace every 110,000 times. A-1541-722-A (LOADING) Loader (P200) assembly (RP) * : This count differs from the actual disc insertion times because the loader up/down count is made by the normal loading operation. PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 97: Cleaning

    (or cotton swab) with the cleaning fluid soaked. 2. Preparation (1) Turn the power off. Eject levers (2) Remove the top plate. (Refer to Section 1-4-1.) (3) Remove the loader assembly. (Refer to Section 6-3.) Loader (P200) assembly PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 98: Cleaning Spindle Motor

    5-2-4. Cleaning Pickup Lens Error codes “02-020” may be displayed due to smudged lens. If “02-020” is displayed, be sure to clean the pickup lens referring to “4-7-16. LENS CLEANING”. Before cleaning, be sure to unload the disc from the unit. PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 99: Index

    Power Supply Unit Loader Assembly Cleaner Assembly Loading Motor Assembly Drive Sub Assembly Optical Block Assembly Seek Motor Assembly Spindle Motor 6-10 Fan Motor (Drive) 6-11-1 Fan Motor (Power) 6-11-2 Fan Motor (AU) 6-11-3 Fan Motor (NET-4) 6-11-4 PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 100: Basic Knowledge

    Any grease that adheres to other surrounding parts must be removed using gauze or soft cloth. 3. Stop Washer and E Ring Do not use removed stop washers and E rings again. Check required quantity of stop washers and E rings before replacement, and prepare them more than required quantity. PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 101: Removing/reattaching Power Supply Unit

    2. Remove the rear panel. (Refer to Section 1-4-3.) 3. Remove the four screws and disconnect the Connectors connector of the power supply unit in the arrow direction. Reinstallation 1. Reinstall the removed parts by reversing steps 1 to 4 of removal. PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 102: Replacing Loader Assembly

    (Refer to Section 1-4-1.) 3. Remove the four screws, and remove the stay sub (upper) assembly. Stay sub (upper) assembly 4. Loosen the two screws with drop safe that are fixing the top cover (A) assembly. PSW2.6 PSW2.6 PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 103 Left side rib magnet. A part of the loader (P200) assembly may be attracted by the magnetic force or hooked on the edge of the spindle motor. Be careful when removing the Right side rib loader (P200) assembly. PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 104 2. Be careful not to hit or bend the protrusion on the front of the loader (P200) assembly. Protrusions 10. Install it by reversing steps 2 to 7 of removal. PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 105: Replacing Cleaner Assembly

    CL CL base assembly brush should not be pinched. Then, install the CL base assembly onto the loader assembly. 7. Reinstall the removed parts by reversing steps 1 to 5 of removal. Loader assembly Deceleration gear (1) PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 106: Replacing Loading Motor Assembly

    (Refer to Section 6-3.) 5. Disconnect the harness from the connector 6. Remove the two screws, and remove the loading motor assembly. Loading motor assembly 7. Reinstall the removed parts by reversing steps 1 to 7 of removal. PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 107: Removing/reattaching Drive Sub Assembly

    Conduction side Insulation side edges of their reverse sides are insulated. Insert each flexible card wire into the connec- tor as far as it will go, and then lock it. Conduction side PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 108: Replacing Optical Block Assembly

    10. Remove the main shaft from the optical block assembly (OP-0). For removal of the optical block assembly (OP-1), refer to the removal procedure of the optical block assembly (OP-0). Sub shaft Do not turn these screws. 6-10 PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 109 . Be careful so that the OP stopper rubber OP rack assembly does not come out of the both ends (portion A) of the OP rack assembly. 5. Pass the main shaft through the new optical block assembly. 6-11 PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 110 (For the optical block of SE-851 board the opposite side, install the sensor block of the SE-850 board with the three screws.) Main shaft bracket Main shaft Spindle motor Optical block assembly (OP-0) 6-12 PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 111: Replacing No.2 Gear And No.3 Gear Assemblies

    For removal of the No.2 gear assembly B and that of the No. 3 gear assembly B, refer to the removal procedure of the No.2 gear assembly A and that of the No. 3 gear assembly A. 6-13 PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 112 . The optical block assembly moves smooth- . The OP rack assembly and the No.3 gear assembly A are properly engaged. For installation of the optical block assembly B, refer to the installation procedure of the optical block assembly A. 6-14 PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 113: Replacing Seek Motor Assembly

    8. Secure a new seek motor assembly with two screws. Screw tightening torque : 10 x 10 N.m (1.0 kgf.cm) 9. Connect the harness to the connector CN2. 10. Reinstall the removed parts by reversing steps 1 to 7. 6-15 PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 114: Replacing Spindle Motor

    Do not exert any load on the main shaft. 10. Clean the attaching surface and the two screw holes of a new spindle motor with a cleaning cloth moistened with cleaning fluid. 6-16 PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 115: Replacing Fan Motor

    10. Remove fan motor (drive) A. 11. Place a new fan motor (drive) A with its label side up oriented as shown in the figure. 12. Reinstall the removed parts by reversing steps 1 to 10 of removal. 6-17 PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 116: Fan Motor (power Supply)

    5. Attach a new fan motor (AU) with its label side facing rear, oriented in the direction as bracket shown in the figure. (AU) 6. Reinstall the removed parts by reversing Label side steps 1 to 4 above. Rear side spacer of unit 6-18 PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 117: Fan Motor (net-4)

    6. Attach a new fan motor (NET-4) with its CN10 label side down, oriented in the direction as shown in the figure. 7. Reinstall the removed parts by reversing steps 1 to 5 above. NET-4 board PSW2 x 5 6-19 PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 118: Removing/reattaching Mounted Circuit Boards

    (AU) and the AU-311 board. Reinstallation 1. Reinstall the removed parts by reversing steps 1 to 4 above. When installing the fan motor (AU), install it with its label side facing rear as shown in the figure. 6-20 PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 119: Rx-93h Board, Vpr-99 Board

    IF harness IF-1073 board Removal 1. Remove the top panel assembly. (Refer to Section 1-4-1.) 2. Turn the PDW-HD1500 upside down. NET-4 board 3. Remove the rear panel, and remove the bottom plate assembly. (Refer to Section 1-4-3 and 1-4-4.) 4.
  • Page 120: Sw-1353 Board

    CN6 to detach the SW-1354 board. Reinstallation 1. Reinstall the removed parts by reversing steps 1 to 3 above. When reinstalling the SW-1354 board, fit the dowels into the holes of the SW-1354 board. 6-22 PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 121: Board

    1. Reinstall the removed parts by reversing steps 1 to 6 above. For the method of routing the HP harness (connected to CN3) and the speaker harness (connected to CN2), refer to Fig. 1. KY-624 board HP harness HP-141 board Fig.1 6-23 PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 122: Board

    1. Reinstall the removed parts by reversing steps 1 to 4 above. 6-12-8. IF-1073 Board Removal Bottom plate 1. Turn the PDW-HD1500 upside down. assembly 2. Remove the five screws, and remove the bottom plate assembly. 3. Disconnect the IF harness from the connector PSW2.6...
  • Page 123: Hpr-23 Board, Enc-107 Board

    7. Disconnect the four board-to-board connec- tors connecting the MB-1113 board to the Four connectors HPR-23 board (board to board) HPR-23 board. Detach the HPR-23 board in the direction shown by the arrow. Four connectors of MB-1113 board 6-25 PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 124: Mb-1113 Board

    CN62. 5. Remove the four screws to detach the MB- 1113 board from the four protrusions in the direction of the arrow. Reinstallation protrusions 1. Reinstall the removed parts by reversing steps 1 to 4 above. 6-26 PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 125: Board

    6. Remove the four screws and detach the DR- 601 board Reinstallation 1. Reinstall the removed parts by reversing steps 1 to 6 above. Obverse side Reverse side Conduction side Insulation side Conduction side 6-27 PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 126: Board

    SE-850 board IC4 retains data including adjustment data and hours meter data. 3. Reinstall the removed parts by reversing steps 1 to 6 of removal. 4. Take service action after replacing or repair- ing the SE-850 board. 6-28 PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 127: Board

    Valley fold several times as shown in the figure to make creases for maintaining the folded shape. SE-851 board 2. Reinstall the removed parts by reversing Fold SE-851 board steps 1 to 6 of removal. SE-851 board 6-29 PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 128: Board

    1. Remove the top panel assembly. (Refer to Section 1-4-1.) 2. Remove the two screws. Disconnect the harness from the connector CN1, and detach the EM-6 board. Reinstallation PSW2.6 1. Reinstall the removed parts by reversing EM-6 board steps of removal. 6-30 PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 129: Optical Drive Alignment

    SELECT (F2) or the [*] button. 9. The (D0) DRIVE MAINTENANCE screen appears. ADJUST START? Repeat step 8, rotate the [PUSH|SET] knob or the SET KEY SELECT (F2) button, and press the [*] button. EXIT: MENU KEY 10. Press the [PUSH|SET] knob. PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 130 EXIT: MENU KEY 10. When “COMPLETED” appears, press the [MENU] Open button. The ADJUST screen appears. 11. If necessary, adjust the other OP in the same way. Close 12. Make the skew adjustment. (Refer to Section 7-3.) Gear Claw PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 131: Skew Adjustment

    A warm-up screen appears. TAN ADJUST If five minutes has already passed since power ON, OP-0 this screen does not appear. INITIALIZING...OK SKEW OP-0 NEXT: EXIT: MENU KEY WARMING UP... REMAINED 0299 SEC PASS: -> KEY EXIT: MENU KEY PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 132 AGAIN: SET KEY +0.007 DEG: NG EXIT: MENU KEY NEXT: -> KEY AGAIN: SET KEY EXIT: MENU KEY Tangential OUT adjustment screw (OP-0) Tangential IN adjustment screw (OP-0) Tangential IN adjustment screw (OP-1) Tangential OUT adjustment screw (OP-1) PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 133: Radial Skew Adjustment

    [SET] button. Locking compound RAD ADJUST OP-0 ADJUST START? SET KEY EXIT: MENU KEY 3. Press the [PUSH|SET] knob. The result appears. RAD ADJUST OP-0 ADJUSTING...OK EXIT: MENU KEY 10. Perform the servo2 automatic adjustment. (Refer to Section 7-4.) PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 134: Servo2 Automatic Adjustment

    10. If necessary, adjust the other OP in the same way. 7-6. After Adjustment 11. Press the [&] button to display the drive maintenance menu. 1. Turn off the power. 12. Clear the media log. (Refer to Section 7-5.) 2. Attach the top panel. (Refer to Section 1-4-1.) PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 135: Electrical Alignment

    [SET] button. The adjustment item appears. (4) Select “1080/59.94i” rotating the [PUSH|SET] MAINTENANCE MENU knob, and press the [SAVE] button. M1:ADJUST A2:AUDIO/VIDEO/BATTERY ← → (5) Restart the unit. A20:VPR VR A23:CP VR A27:APR VR A2E:BATTERY A2F;NV-RAM CONTROL PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 136 TP802 TP2607 TP803 TP801 EXECUTE: SET KEY TP1602 TO MENU: MENU KEY TP1601 TP3104 TP2203 TP2201 TP2204 TP2202 10. Amend “013: SYSTEM FREQ” to “1080/50i” by TP3101 referring to “Preparations” paragraph of step 5. HPR-23 board (side B) PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 137: Sd Free-running Frequency Adjustment

    [SELECT] button. 4. Select “SD 27MHz VCO” rotating the [PUSH|SET] knob, and press the [SELECT] button. MAINTENANCE MENU M1:ADJUST A2:AUDIO/VIDEO/BATTERY A23:CP VR HD 74MHz VCO SD 27MHz VCO SDI ENC1 VCO SDI ENC2 VCO PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 138: Video System Alignment/vpr-99 Board

    Composite video output level adjustment (50 Hz Mode) A20: VPR VR: VIDEO OUT LEVEL VIDEO OUTPUT COMPOSITE Data saving A2F: NV-RAM CONTROL 8-4-6 Perfection in 50 Hz mode alignment *: If the specification is not satisfied, change the adjustment data. PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 139: Preparation In 59.94 Hz Mode

    6. Check that the setup extended menu is set as follows: (Refer to the operation manual.) ITEM-013 (SYSTEM FREQUENCY SELECT) MENU 8 59.94 Hz mode 8 SQUEEZE ITEM-930 (DOWN CONVERTER MODE) 7. Set the analog composite monitor to NTSC mode. PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 140: Composite Video Output Adjustment (59.94 Hz Mode)

    2. Check the settings for adjustment Refer to “8-4-2. Preparation in 59.94 Hz Mode”. 3. Check the equipment has warmed up Before starting the adjustment, warm up the VTR and equipment through the power for 30 minutes or more. PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 141 (A20 : VPR VR) [Connection 1] COMPOSITE 1 A = 100 ± 1 IRE VIDEO OUT LEVEL (A = 714 ± 7 mV) [Connection 2] COMPOSITE 2 5. To exit A20: VPR VR, press the [RETURN] button once. PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 142: Preparation In 50 Hz Mode

    2 (SUPER) connector and set it to the PAL mode. Connection diagram . 75 Z terminator 2. Adjustment conditions to be kept from the previous adjustment are; . Settings for adjustment. (Refer to Section 8-4-2.) . Warming up of equipment to be used (30 minutes or more). PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 143: Perfection In 50 Hz Mode Alignment

    (Refer to Section 8-4-2.) Output channel Adjustment point Specification (A20 : VPR VR) [Connection 1] COMPOSITE 1 B = 700 ± 7 mV VIDEO OUT LEVEL [Connection 2] COMPOSITE 2 4. To exit A20: VPR VR, press the [RETURN] button once. PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 144: Sdi Output System Adjustment

    Since following adjustment items can be adjusted independently of each other, no special order has been observed. Line Item Adjustment point SDI output Encoder VCO free-running freq. adjustment SDI ENC1 VCO SDI ENC2 VCO Data saving A2F : NV-RAM CONTROL 8-10 PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 145: Vco Free-running Frequency Automatic

    6. To exit the sub menu, press the [RETURN] button once. Return to step 3 in order to perform the other VCO freerunning frequency adjustment. 7. To exit A23 : CP VR, press the [RETURN] button once. 8-11 PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 146: Adjustment

    [PUSH|SET] knob on the OUT CH2 UNITY ADJUST screen. Specification: +4.0 ± 0.1 dBu (across 600 Z load). 15. When the channel-2 adjustment is complete by step 14, press RETURN to return to the A272: OUTPUT UNITY screen. 8-12 PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 147: Analog Audio Input System Adjustment

    Specification: +4.0 ± 0.1 dBu (across 600 Z load). 17. When the channel-2 adjustment is complete by step 16, press RETURN to return to the A271: INPUT UNITY screen. 18. Press RETURN twice to return to the A2: AUDIO/ VIDEO/BATTERY screen. 8-13 PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 148: Dc-in +12 V Adjustment

    When the AC power supply or battery pack is used, the message “FAILURE! !” is displayed and the adjustment is canceled. If failed The following screen appears. DC IN +12V ADJUST FAILURE !! TO MENU : MENU KEY 8-14 PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 149: Circuit Description

    TORINO (IC201) and the encoding and compression processes are performed by the TORINO (IC401, 601) based on the estimated value. The digital encoded and compressed stream signal is sent to PIER (IC2103) on the HPR-23 board and is written into the PIER SDRAM. PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 150 TORINO (IC801, IC1001) and is sent to LVIS (IC501) on the HPR-23 board. When the playback video data is DVCAM format, the signal is directly sent to LVIS (IC501) from PIER and is decoded into the SD playback video signal by the DVCAM decoder process block inside LVIS. PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 151 (IC1300) on the NET-4 board through the PCI bus via the PCI bridge inside PHOT (IC801). Then, the playback video data is converted into the bit stream by the Ethernet interface IC and output from the network connector (CN2). PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 152 PCI bridge in the PHOT (IC801) on the HPR-23 board through the PCI BUS to be written into the PIER SDRAM. When recording to a disc, the PIER SDRAM data is sent to the drive block through the ATA66 interface. PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 153 The analog audio signal is then sent from the KY-624 board via HP-141 board, and output from the PHONES connector (CN1). The L/R ch is mixed to the D/A converter output, and then input to the speaker drive amplifier, where it becomes the speaker output. PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 154 . VAX (IC206) . Temperature sensor (IC1001) . A/D converter for DC power voltage detection (IC1004) . D/A converter for auto adjustment (IC1005) . REC/PB Audio DSP (IC1701, IC1702, IC1801, IC1802, IC1901) . TORINO (IC201, IC401, IC601, IC801, IC1001/ENC-107 board) PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 155 The input signal of the time code is input from the BNC connector (the left one of the CN7, twin connector on the NET-4 board) of the TIME CODE IN, and then connected to the PHOT (IC801) on the HPR-23 board via the buffer/amplifier circuit (IC103, IC104). PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 156 The SA actuator position is controlled for the spherical aberration to be optimum at the start-up adjustment when the disc is inserted. The SA actuator for the double layer disc is controlled to the optimum position every time when jumping the layer. PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 157: Spindle Motor

    The BDC (IC300, IC1300) and SV DSP (IC400, IC1400) are controlled by the parallel CPU bus, while RF-related ICs are controlled by the serial port through SYS PE (IC700). Adjustment values and hours meter data are stored in the EEPROM (IC4/SE-850 board). PDW-HD1500/V1 (E)
  • Page 159 : The material contained in this manual consists of information that is the property of Sony Corporation. Check the metal trim, “metallized” knobs, screws, Sony Corporation expressly prohibits the duplication of...
  • Page 160 PDW-HD1500 (SY) Printed in Japan Sony Corporation PDW-HD1500 (CN) E 2009. 6 16 9-968-423-04 ©2008...

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