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HCD-GT111/GT222/

GT444/GT555
SERVICE MANUAL AEP Model
HCD-GT111/GT222/GT444
Ver. 1.2 2008.07 UK Model
HCD-GT444

E Model
Russian Model
HCD-GT111/GT222/GT444/GT555

• HCD-GT111 is the amplifier, USB, CD player, tape


deck and tuner section in MHC-GT111/GT111BP.
• HCD-GT222 is the amplifier, USB, CD player, tape
deck and tuner section in MHC-GT222.
• HCD-GT444 is the amplifier, USB, CD player, tape
deck and tuner section in MHC-GT444.
• HCD-GT555 is the amplifier, USB, CD player, tape
deck and tuner section in MHC-GT555. Photo: HCD-GT555

Model Name Using Similar Mechanism NEW


CD
Mechanism Type CDM88A-K6BD93-WOD
Section
Optical Pick-up Block Name KSM-213DCP
Tape deck Model Name Using Similar Mechanism HCD-EC55/EC77
Section Tape Transport Mechanism Type TCM-J1 or CS-21SC-900TP

SPECIFICATIONS
Amplifier section RMS output power (reference): Laser Diode Properties Antenna: AM loop antenna, external antenna
HCD-GT555 100 W + 100 W (per channel at 6 Ω, Emission Duration: Continuous terminal
The following are measured at AC 120, 127, 1 kHz, 10% THD) Laser Output*: Less than 44.6 μW Intermediate frequency: 450 kHz
220, 230 – 240 V 50/60 Hz Inputs * This output is the value measurement General
AUDIO INPUT L/R : voltage at a distance of 200 mm from the
Front speaker Power requirements
250 mV, impedance 47 kilohms objective lens surface on the Optical
Power output (rated): 110 W + 110 W European and Russian models:
MIC: sensitivity 1 mV, impedance Pick-up Block with 7 mm aperture.
(at 6 Ω, 1 kHz, 1% THD) AC 230 V, 50/60 Hz
10 kilohms Frequency response: 20 Hz – 20 kHz
RMS output power (reference): Mexican model: AC 127 V, 60 Hz
(USB) port: Type A
200W + 200 W (per channel at 6 Ω, Signal-to-noise ratio: More than 90 dB
Argentine model: AC 220 V, 50/60 Hz
Outputs Dynamic range: More than 88 dB
1 kHz, 10% THD)
PHONES: accepts headphones of 8 Ω or Other models: AC 120, 220 or 230 –
Subwoofer
more Tape deck section 240 V, 50/60 Hz, Adjustable with
RMS output power (reference): 190 W
FRONT SPEAKER: accepts impedance of Recording system: 4-track 2-channel, stereo voltage selector
(at 6 Ω, 100 Hz, 10% THD)
6Ω Power consumption
HCD-GT444
SUBWOOFER (HCD-GT555/ Tuner section HCD-GT555: 216 W
The following are measured at AC 120, 127, HCD-GT444 only): accepts FM stereo, FM/AM superheterodyne tuner HCD-GT444: 286 W
220, 230 – 240 V 50/60 Hz impedance of 6 Ω FM tuner section HCD-GT222: 163 W
Front speaker
USB section Tuning range: HCD-GT111: 150 W
Power output (rated): 90 W + 90 W
87.5 – 108.0 MHz (50 kHz step) Dimensions (w/h/d) (excl. speakers)
(at 6 Ω, 1 kHz, 1% THD) Supported bit rate
Antenna: FM lead antenna Approx. 231 × 361 × 437.5 mm
RMS output power (reference): MP3 (MPEG 1 Audio Layer-3):
Antenna terminals: 75 ohms unbalanced (9 1/8 × 14 1/4 × 17 1/4 inch)
150 W + 150 W (per channel at 6 Ω, 32 – 320 kbps, VBR
Intermediate frequency: 10.7 MHz Mass (excl. speakers)
1 kHz, 10% THD) WMA: 32 – 192 kbps, VBR
Subwoofer AAC: 48 – 320 kbps AM tuner section HCD-GT555/GT444/GT222
RMS output power (reference): 150 W Sampling frequencies Tuning range (Except European model),
(at 6 Ω, 100 Hz, 10% THD) MP3 (MPEG 1 Audio Layer-3): Pan American and Oceanian models: HCD-ZT4: 10.0 kg (22 lb 1 oz)
32/44.1/48 kHz 530 – 1,710 kHz (with 10 kHz tuning HCD-GT222 (European model):
HCD-GT222
WMA: 44.1 kHz interval) 9.6 kg
The following are measured at AC 120, 127,
AAC: 44.1 kHz 531 – 1,710 kHz (with 9 kHz tuning HCD-GT111: 8.0 kg
220, 230 – 240V 50/60 Hz
Transfer speed interval)
Power output (rated): 110 W + 110 W
Full-Speed European and Russian models: Design and specifications are subject to
(at 6 Ω, 1 kHz, 1% THD)
Supported USB device 531 – 1,602 kHz (with 9 kHz tuning change without notice.
RMS output power (reference):
Mass Storage Class interval)
200 W + 200 W (per channel at 6 Ω,
Maximum current Other models:
1 kHz, 10% THD)
500 mA 530 – 1,610 kHz (with 10 kHz tuning
HCD-GT111 interval)
CD player section
The following are measured at AC 120, 127, 531 – 1,602 kHz (with 9 kHz tuning
System: Compact disc and digital audio
220, 230 – 240V 50/60 Hz interval)
system
Power output (rated): 60 W + 60 W
(at 6 Ω, 1 kHz, 1% THD)

COMPACT DISC DECK RECEIVER


9-889-112-03 Sony Corporation
2008G05-1 Audio&Video Business Group
© 2008.07 Published by Sony Techno Create Corporation
HCD-GT111/GT222/GT444/GT555

TABLE OF CONTENTS

1. SERVICING NOTES ............................................. 3 7-17. Schematic Diagram - MAIN Board (3/4) - ..................... 38
7-18. Schematic Diagram - MAIN Board (4/4) - ..................... 39
2. GENERAL .................................................................. 7 7-19. Printed Wiring Boards - JACK Section - ........................ 40
7-20. Schematic Diagram - JACK Section - ............................ 40
3. DISASSEMBLY 7-21. Printed Wiring Board - POWERAMP Board - ............... 41
3-1. Disassembly Flow ........................................................... 9 7-22. Schematic Diagram - POWERAMP Board (1/2) - ......... 42
3-2. Side-L/R Case ................................................................. 10 7-23. Schematic Diagram - POWERAMP Board (2/2) - ......... 43
3-3. Top Panel Block .............................................................. 10 7-24. Printed Wiring Board - DISPLAY Board - ..................... 44
3-4. Tape Mechanism Deck.................................................... 11 7-25. Schematic Diagram - DISPLAY Board - ........................ 45
3-5. Front Panel Block ........................................................... 11 7-26. Printed Wiring Boards - PANEL Section - ..................... 46
3-6. Back Panel ...................................................................... 12 7-27. Schematic Diagram - PANEL Section - .......................... 47
3-7. MAIN Board ................................................................... 12 7-28. Printed Wiring Board
3-8. CD Mechanism Block ..................................................... 13 - TRANS1 Board (GT111: 120V AC area in E, 240V AC
3-9. POWERAMP Board ....................................................... 13 area in E, Chilean and Peruvian models) -...................... 48
3-10. Base Unit......................................................................... 14 7-29. Schematic Diagram - TRANS1 Board
3-11. OP Base Assy (KSM-213D) ........................................... 14 (GT111: 120V AC area in E, 240V AC area in E,
3-12. Belt (DLM3A) ................................................................ 15 Chilean and Peruvian models) - ...................................... 49
7-30. Printed Wiring Board - TRANS2 Board
(GT222/GT444/GT555) - ............................................... 50
4. TEST MODE ............................................................ 16
7-31. Schematic Diagram - TRANS2 Board
(GT222/GT444/GT555) - ............................................... 51
5. MECHANICAL ADJUSTMENTS ...................... 20 7-32. Printed Wiring Board - TRANSX Board
(GT111: AEP, Russian and Argentina models) - ............. 52
6. ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS ........................ 21 7-33. Schematic Diagram - TRANSX Board
(GT111: AEP, Russian and Argentina models) - ............. 53
7. DIAGRAMS
7-1. Block Diagram - CD SERVO, USB Section - ................ 23
7-2. Block Diagram - MAIN Section -................................... 24 8. EXPLODED VIEWS
7-3. Block Diagram - AMP Section - ..................................... 25 8-1. Case Section .................................................................... 63
7-4. Block Diagram 8-2. Loading Panel Section .................................................... 64
- PANEL, POWER SUPPLY Section - ........................... 26 8-3. DISPLAY Board Section ................................................ 65
7-5. Schematic Diagram - CD Board (1/2) - .......................... 28 8-4. Front Panel Section ......................................................... 66
7-6. Schematic Diagram - CD Board (2/2) - .......................... 29 8-5. Meter Display Assy ......................................................... 67
7-7. Printed Wiring Board - CD Board - ................................ 30 8-6. Top Panel Section ........................................................... 68
7-8. Printed Wiring Board - TC Board -................................. 31 8-7. Back Panel Section ......................................................... 69
7-9. Schematic Diagram - TC Board - ................................... 31 8-8. MAIN Board Section ...................................................... 70
7-10. Printed Wiring Board - USB Board - .............................. 32 8-9. Chassis Section ............................................................... 71
7-11. Schematic Diagram - USB Board -................................. 33 8-10. CD Mechanism Section (CDM88A-K6BD93-WOD) .... 72
7-12. Printed Wiring Boards - REG Section - .......................... 34
7-13. Schematic Diagram - REG Section - .............................. 34 9. ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST .............................. 73
7-14. Printed Wiring Board - MAIN Board - ........................... 35
7-15. Schematic Diagram - MAIN Board (1/4) - ..................... 36
7-16. Schematic Diagram - MAIN Board (2/4) - ..................... 37

CAUTION
Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than
those specified herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure.

This appliance is
Notes on chip component replacement classified as a CLASS 1
• Never reuse a disconnected chip component. LASER product. This
• Notice that the minus side of a tantalum capacitor may be dam- marking is located on the
rear exterior.
aged by heat.

Flexible Circuit Board Repairing SAFETY-RELATED COMPONET WARNING!


• Keep the temperature of soldering iron around 270 °C during
COMPONENTS IDENTIFIED BY MARK 0 OR DOTTED LINE
repairing.
WITH MARK 0 ON THE SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS AND IN
• Do not touch the soldering iron on the same conductor of the THE PARTS LIST ARE CRITICAL TO SAFE OPERATION.
circuit board (within 3 times). REPLACE THESE COMPONENTS WITH SONY PARTS
• Be careful not to apply force on the conductor when soldering WHOSE PART NUMBERS APPEAR AS SHOWN IN THIS
or unsoldering. MANUAL OR IN SUPPLEMENTS PUBLISHED BY SONY.

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SECTION 1
SERVICING NOTES
MODEL IDENTIFICATION
NOTES ON HANDLING THE OPTICAL PICK-UP
– Back Panel –
BLOCK OR BASE UNIT

The laser diode in the optical pick-up block may suffer electrostat-
MODEL
ic break-down because of the potential difference generated by the
NUMBE
charged electrostatic load, etc. on clothing and the human body. LABEL
During repair, pay attention to electrostatic break-down and also
use the procedure in the printed matter which is included in the
repair parts.
The flexible board is easily damaged and should be handled with
care.

NOTES ON LASER DIODE EMISSION CHECK


The laser beam on this model is concentrated so as to be focused
on the disc reflective surface by the objective lens in the optical
pickup block. Therefore, when checking the laser diode emission,
Model Part No.
observe from more than 30 cm away from the objective lens.
GT555: E2 3-287-080-0[]
UNLEADED SOLDER GT444: E2 3-287-080-1[]
Boards requiring use of unleaded solder are printed with the lead- GT222: E2 3-287-080-2[]
free mark (LF) indicating the solder contains no lead.
GT111: E2 3-287-080-3[]
(Caution: Some printed circuit boards may not come printed with
the lead free mark due to their particular size) GT555: MX 3-287-081-0[]
GT444: MX 3-287-081-1[]
: LEAD FREE MARK GT222: MX 3-287-081-2[]
Unleaded solder has the following characteristics. GT111: E3 3-287-082-0[]
• Unleaded solder melts at a temperature about 40 °C higher
GT555: AR 3-287-085-0[]
than ordinary solder.
Ordinary soldering irons can be used but the iron tip has to be GT444: AR 3-287-085-1[]
applied to the solder joint for a slightly longer time. GT222: AR 3-287-085-2[]
Soldering irons using a temperature regulator should be set to GT111: AR 3-287-085-3[]
about 350 °C. GT555: E51 3-287-086-0[]
Caution: The printed pattern (copper foil) may peel away if the
GT444: E51 3-287-086-1[]
heated tip is applied for too long, so be careful!
• Strong viscosity GT222: E51 3-287-086-2[]
Unleaded solder is more viscou-s (sticky, less prone to flow) GT111: E51 3-287-086-3[]
than ordinary solder so use caution not to let solder bridges GT111: AEP 3-287-088-0[]
occur such as on IC pins, etc.
GT222: AEP 3-287-088-1[]
• Usable with ordinary solder
It is best to use only unleaded solder but unleaded solder may GT444: AEP, UK 3-287-088-2[]
also be added to ordinary solder. GT111: RU 3-287-090-0[]
GT222: RU 3-287-090-1[]
RELEASING THE DISC TRAY LOCK GT444: RU 3-287-090-2[]
The disc tray lock function for the antitheft of an demonstration
GT555: RU 3-287-090-3[]
disc in the store is equipped.
• Abbreviation
Releasing Procedure: AR : Argentina model
1. Press [I/1] button to turn the power on. E2 : 120V AC area in E model
2. Press the [CD] button to select CD function. E3 : 240V AC area in E model
3. While pressing the [x] button, press the [Z] button for more 5 E51 : Chilean and Peruvian models
seconds). MX : Mexican model
RU : Russian model
4. The message “UNLOCKED” is displayed and the disc tray is
unlocked.

Note: When “LOCKED” is displayed, the slot lock is not released by


turning power on/off with the [I/1] button.

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HCD-GT111/GT222/GT444/GT555

HOW TO OPEN THE TRAY WHEN POWER SWITCH TURN OFF

 Turn a gear by
a driver till a lever
lever falls down to the
position of the figure.

 Pull the tray by the hand. gear


hole

HOW TO REMOVE THE KNOB VOLUME

 knob volume

front panel block


(back view)

hole
 Push the knob volume by the flat head driver.

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HCD-GT111/GT222/GT444/GT555

CAPACITOR DISCHARGE FOR ELECTRIC SHOCK PREVENTION

In checking the MAIN board, make a capacitor discharge


of C803 and C804 for electric shock prevention.

POWERAMP board

C803
800 Ω/2W

800 Ω/2W

C804 POWERAMP board

CD MECHANISM BLOCK SERVICE POSITION

CD mechanism block

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HCD-GT111/GT222/GT444/GT555

POWERAMP BOARD SERVICE POSITION

POWERAMP board

MAIN board
TRANS1 board/
TRANS2 board/
TRANSX board

front panel block

CD mechanism block

HOW TO DISTINGUISH TAPE MECHANISM DECK


Two kinds of tape mechanism decks installed by this set exist.

Please do the repair exchange after confirming which tape mechanism deck set of the repair according to how to distinguish the figure
below.

tape deck

Tape Deck Name Tape Deck Part No. Belt Part No.
motor 2-670-389-01 BELT (1)
TCM-J1 A-1527-851-A
3-214-817-01 BELT (FR)
Metal part: TCM-J1 2-688-621-01 BELT (R/F)
CS-21SC-900TP 1-797-575-11
Mold part: CS-21SC-900TP 2-688-622-01 BELT (MAIN)

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SECTION 2 This section is extracted
GENERAL from instruction manual.

Guide to parts and controls


This manual mainly explains operations using the remote, but the same operations can also be performed using the buttons on the unit having the same or similar
names.
Unit
Front view Top view

 XH XI

 XG

 XK
 

CD AUDIO

 TUNER/
BAND

TAPE USB

XE
* XT
R XB
RB
RT X
RE RM
RL

RG RH RI RK
* HCD-GT555 and HCD-GT444 only

 (go back/go forward) / 7


 (on/standby) Press to select a track or file. PHONES jack MASTER VOLUME
Press to turn on the system. ) Connect the headphones. Turn to adjust the volume.
The STANDBY indicator lights up when CD 0
the system is turned off. 8
Press to select the CD function. AUDIO INPUT L/R jacks OPERATION DIAL
# TUNER/BAND Connect to an audio component Turn to select a setting in the OPTIONS
DISPLAY Press to select the TUNER function. (Portable audio player, etc.). menu.
Press to change the information on the Press to select the FM or AM band. Turn to select a track, file or folder.
1
display. 9
TAPE (USB) indicator
$ Press to select the TAPE function. Lights up in red when transferring to the PRESET EQ, GROOVE, SURROUND
METER MODE AUDIO connected optional USB device or when Press to select a sound effect.
Press to select the preset meter display. Press to select the AUDIO function. erasing audio files or folders.
EQ BAND
% USB (USB) port Press to select the frequency band.
OPTIONS Press to select the USB function. Connect an optional USB device.
:
Press to change the display, USB and * 2
MP3 BOOSTER+ settings. Display
HCD-GT555 and HCD-GT444 only MIC jack
& SUBWOOFER Connect an optional microphone. ;
ERASE Press to turn on and off the subwoofer. Tape deck
The SUBWOOFER indicator lights up MIC LEVEL
Press to erase audio files and folders from when the subwoofer is turned on. XK
the connected optional USB device. Turn to adjust the microphone volume.
[ (record)
+ 3
' Press to record onto a tape.
REC TIMER Disc tray
Remote sensor
Press to set the Recording Timer. # (play)
( 4 Press to start tape playback.
, ; OPEN/CLOSE
+/– (select folder) * The # button has a tactile dot. Use the tactile
RETURN Press to insert or eject a disc. dot as a reference when operating the system.
Press to select a folder.
Press to return to the parent folder.
N.(rewind/fast forward) Press to exit search mode. 5 N.(rewind/fast forward)
Press to find a point in a track. REC TO USB Press to rewind/fast forward a tape.
-
/9(play/pause) Press to transfer onto the connected Y ; (stop/eject)
ENTER optional USB device.
Press to start or pause playback. Press to stop tape playback.
Press to enter the settings.
Y (stop) Press to insert or eject a tape.
. 6
Press to stop playback. DISC 1 – 3
DISC SKIP/EX-CHANGE 9 (pause)
TUNING +/– Press to select a disc. Press to exchange a Press to select a disc. Press to switch to the Press to pause tape playback.
Press to tune in the station you want. disc while playing. CD function from other function.

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Remote RM-AMU006
 N.(rewind/fast forward) +
 (on/standby) Press to find a point in a track or file. EQ
RH  Press to turn on the system. +/– (tuning) Press to select a sound effect.
# Press to tune in the station you want. ,
RG
 CLOCK/TIMER SELECT /(play) CLEAR
RE CLOCK/TIMER SET Press to start playback. Press to delete the last step from the
RT  Press to set the clock and the timers. program list.
9 (pause)
 $ Press to pause playback. -
REPEAT/FM MODE Y (stop) TUNER MEMORY
Press to listen to a disc, an USB device, a Press to stop playback. Press to preset the radio station.
 single track or file repeatedly.
'
Press to select the FM reception mode .
(monaural or stereo). ENTER PLAY MODE/TUNING MODE
RB  Press to enter the settings. Press to select the play mode of an
%
USB ( AUDIO CD, MP3 disc or an optional
R  DISC SKIP USB device.
Press to select the USB function.
Press to select the tuning mode.
  CD Press to select a disc.
Press to select the CD function. /
)
DISPLAY
 TUNER/BAND +/– (select folder)
Press to select a folder. Press to change the information on the
Press to select the TUNER function.
display.
Press to select the FM or AM band. *
0
FUNCTION VOLUME +/–*
Press to select a function. SLEEP
Press to adjust the volume.
Press to set the Sleep Timer.
& * The VOLUME + button has a tactile dot. Use
the tactile dot as a reference when operating
(go back/go forward) the system.
Press to select a track or file.

Getting Started

Hooking up the system securely


$ Subwoofer (HCD-GT555 and Speaker pads
 HCD-GT444 only)
Be sure to insert the connector straight
Attach the supplied speaker pads to the
bottom of the front speakers and
Setting the clock

a)
ANTENNA
into the terminals. subwoofer to prevent slipping. You cannot set the clock in Power Saving
"
Mode.
DMPORT
SUBW
OOFE
R
Front speakers: Use the buttons on the remote for this
' 4 pads for each speaker operation.
Purple Subwoofer:
4 pads (HCD-GT555 and HCD-GT444 1 Press  to turn on the system.
only)
2 Press CLOCK/TIMER SET.
c)
SUBWOOFER

% Front speakers If “PLAY SET” appears on the


$ 
VOLTAGE
SELECTOR
display, press /
&
d) Be sure to insert the connector straight
FRONT SPEAKER
into the terminals. “CLOCK SET” and then press
% 
ENTER (RM-AMU006) or
 SPEA
KER (RM-AMU008).
FRONT
White
R
L
3 Press /repeatedly to
DA NCE
USE

set the hour, and then press
IM PE

ENTER.
To use the remote
Slide and remove the battery 4 Use the same procedure to set
compartment lid, then, insert the two the minutes.
& VOLTAGE SELECTOR supplied R6 (size AA) batteries, & side The clock settings are lost when you
 To FM lead antenna For models with a voltage selector, set first, matching the polarities shown disconnect the power cord or if a
 To AM loop antenna VOLTAGE SELECTOR to the local
 To subwoofer
below. power failure occurs.
power line voltage.
 To front speaker (left)
 To front speaker (right)
' Power To display the clock when the
a)
The FM 75 Ω COAXIAL jack varies according to Connect the power cord to a wall socket. system is turned off
models. The demonstration appears in the display. Press DISPLAY repeatedly until the clock
c) is displayed. The clock is displayed for
HCD-GT555 and HCD-GT444 only. If the plug does not fit the wall socket,
d)
The VOLTAGE SELECTOR varies according to detach the supplied plug adaptor (only for about 8 seconds.
models. models equipped with an adaptor).

When carrying this system Notes


" Antennas
• With normal use, the batteries should last for
Find a location and an orientation that
Use the buttons on the unit for this about six months.
provide good reception, and then set up
the antennas. operation. • Do not mix an old battery with a new one or
mix different types of batteries.
1 Remove all discs to protect the CD • If you do not use the remote for a long period
mechanism. of time, remove the batteries to avoid damage
from battery leakage and corrosion.
2 Press CD to select the CD function.
3 Hold down DISC SKIP/
AM loop antenna
EX-CHANGE, and press  until
Extend the FM lead “STANDBY” appears.
antenna horizontally
Keep the antennas away from the speaker 4 After “MECHA LOCK” appears,
cords, the power cord and the USB cable unplug the power cord.
to avoid picking up noise.

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SECTION 3
DISASSEMBLY
• This set can be disassembled in the order shown below.

3-1. DISASSEMBLY FLOW

SET

3-2. SIDE L/R CASE


(Page 10)

3-3. TOP PANEL BLOCK


(Page 10)

3-5. FRONT PANEL BLOCK 3-4. TAPE MECHANISM DECK


(Page 11) (Page 11)

3-6. BACK PANEL


(Page 12)

3-7. MAIN BOARD 3-8. CD MECHANISM BLOCK


(Page 12) (Page 13)

3-9. POWERAMP BOARD 3-10. BASE UNIT 3-12. BELT (DLM3A)


(Page 13) (Page 14) (Page 15)

3-11. OP BASE ASSY (KSM-213D)


(Page 14)

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Note: Follow the disassembly procedure in the numerical order given.

3-2. SIDE-L/R CASE

 four screws
(BVTP3 × 10)

 three screws
(BVTP3 × 10)

 four screws
(case3 TP)

 side-L case

 side-R case  four screws


(case3 TP)

3-3. TOP PANEL BLOCK

 screw
(BVTP3 × 10)
 two claws 

 flexible flat cable


(CN450)
 top panel block

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3-4. TAPE MECHANISM DECK

Note: This illustration is seeing top panel block from inside.


 two screws
(BVTP2.6 × 8)  bracket (deck)

 TC board

 two bracket (PWB)

 two screws  TC shield board


(BVTP2.6 × 8)
(AEP, UK, Russian)

 two screws
(BVTP3 × 12: AEP, UK, Russian)
(BVTP3 × 8: except AEP, UK, Russian)

 tape mechanism deck


 connector (CN501)

top panel block

3-5. FRONT PANEL BLOCK

RE two harnesses
RT screw
(BVTP3 × 10)

 connector (CN470)
 screw
(BVTP3 × 10)

RB harness

 screw
(BVTP3 × 10)

hole

 Pull the  Turn a gear by


tray by hand. a driver till a lever
 connector (CN488) falls down to the
position of the figure.
 connector (CN903)
lever
 panel loading
 flexible flat cable (CNCN403)

 screw (BVTP3 × 10)


 two screws
(BVTP3 × 10) RG front panel block

gear

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3-6. BACK PANEL


RG DC fan (M102) XT power cord
XB cord
X bushing bracket bushing
RM two screws (BVTP3 × 10)
RI wiring bstopper RE two screws
(BVTP3 × 12)
 connector (CN690)
 two screws
RH screw (BVTP3 × 10) (BVTP3 × 8)

RK Cut the clamp. RL ferrite core

 flexible flat cable RB screw


(11core (GT111: AEP/GT222: AEP/ (BVTP3 × 10)
GT444: AEP, UK)/
9 core (GT111: RU, E2, E3, E51, AR/  screw
GT222: RU, E2, E51, MX, AR/ (BVTP3 × 10)
GT444: RU, E2, E51, MX, AR/
GT555)))  screw
RT tuner (BVTP3 × 10)
(FM/AM)
 power cord connector
(CN901)   five screws
(BVTP3 × 10)
 SW JACK
board
 back panel
(GT444/GT555)

 connector
(CN890)

3-7. MAIN BOARD

 fan connector
(CN110)

 connector
(CN907)

 connector
(CN055)

 flexible flat cable (21 core)


(CN420)
 wire (flat type) (31 core)
(CN430)
 two screws
 wire (flat type) (13 core) (BVTP3 × 10)
(CN410)
 MAIN board

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3-8. CD MECHANISM BLOCK  two screws


(BVTP3 × 10)

 two screws
(BVTP3 × 10)

 screw
(BVTP3 × 10)

 two screws
(BVTP3 × 10)

 wire (flat type) (31 core)


(MAIN board: CN430/CD board: CN201)
 screw
(BVTP3 × 10)

RT CD mechanism block

 chassis

RB three sheets
 four screws
(BVTP3 × 10)
 wire (flat type) (13 core)  two saranet cushions
(MOTOR board/MAIN board: CN410) Note: When installing the CD mechanism section,
install two tapes for prevention of noise.

3-9. POWERAMP BOARD


 two screws
(transistor)
RB two screws  heat sink block
(BVTP3 × 10)

 connector (CN903)

 screw
(BVTP3 × 10)
 two screws
 two screws (BVTP3 × 10)
(BVTP3 × 10)

 two screws
(BVTP3 × 10) RT POWERAMP board

 bracket (fan)

 fan (M101)

(GT222/GT444/GT555)

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HCD-GT111/GT222/GT444/GT555

3-10. BASE UNIT

 two screws (PTPWHM2.6)


 insulator
 two springs
 two screws (PTPWHM2.6)
(insulator)
 two polyethylene washers

 insulator
 two springs (insulator)

  base unit
 insulator
 insulator

CD mechanism block

– Bottom view –

3-11. OP BASE ASSY (KSM-213D)


 OP base assy
(KSM-213D)

 flexible flat cable (16 core)


(CD board: CN301/optical pick-up block)

 CD board

 Remove four solders.

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HCD-GT111/GT222/GT444/GT555

3-12. BELT (DLM3A)

position of belt

belt

 cover

belt  four screws

 two belts (DLM3A)

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HCD-GT111/GT222/GT444/GT555
SECTION 4
TEST MODE
PANEL TEST MODE 2. The CD ring indicators flash on the fluorescent indicator tube.
This mode is used to check the fluorescent indicator tube, LEDs, The function is changed to AUDIO and the volume is changed
keys, [MASTER VOLUME] jog, [OPERATION DIAL] jog, mod- to VOLUME MIN.
el, destination and software version.
Procedure: Check of Amplifier
1. Press [x] button, [METER MODE] button and [DISC 2] but- Procedure:
ton simultaneously. 1. Press [EQ BAND] button repeatedly until a message “GEQ
2. All LEDs and segments in fluorescent indicator tube are lighted MAX” appears on the fluorescent indicator tube. GEQ increas-
up. The POWER LED is lighted up in red color if the system is es to its maximum.
turned off and POWER LED is turn off if the system is turned 2. Press [EQ BAND] button repeatedly until a message “GEQ
on. MIN” appears on the fluorescent indicator tube. GEQ decreas-
3. When you want to enter to the software version display mode, es to its minimum.
press [DISC 1] button. The model information appears on 3. Press [EQ BAND] button repeatedly until a message “GEQ
the fluorescent indicator tube. “GSL 1R” is shown for HCD- FLAT” appears on the fluorescent indicator tube. GEQ is set to
GT111, “GSL 2R” is shown for HCD-GT222, “GSL 2RS” is flat.
shown for HCD-GT444 and “GSL 3RS” is shown for HCD- 4. When the [MASTER VOLUME] knob is turned clockwise
GT555. Press [DISC 1] button again to view the destination even slightly, the sound volume increases to its maximum and
information. a message “VOLUME MAX” appears on the fluorescent indi-
4. During the destination information display, press [DISC 1] cator tube.
button. Each time [DISC 1] button is pressed, the fluorescent 5. When the [MASTER VOLUME] knob is turned counterclock-
indicator tube shows the version of each category software in wise even slightly, the sound volume decreases to its minimum
the following sequence: SC, GC, SYS, CD, CDDM, CDMA, and a message “VOLUME MIN” appears on the fluorescent
CDMB, BDA, BDB, ST, TC, TA, TM, MM1, MM2 (USB indicator tube.
Micro computer) , MTR (METER) and return back to model
information display. Tape function
5. When [DISC 3] button is pressed while the version numbers When a tape is inserted in deck and recording is started, the func-
are being displayed except model and destination, the date tion is changed to AUDIO.
of the software creation appears. When [DISC 3] button is
pressed again, the display returns to the software version dis- To release from Common Test mode
play. When [DISC 1] button is pressed while the date of the Procedure:
software creation is being displayed, the date of the software 1. To release from this mode, press [?/1] button.
creation is displayed in the same order of software version dis- 2. The cold reset is enforced at the same time.
play.
6. Press [DISC 2] button, the key check mode is activated. COLD RESET
7. In the key check mode, the fluorescent indicator tube displays The cold reset clears all data including preset data stored in the
“K 0 J0 V0”. EEPROM to initial conditions. Execute this mode when returning
Each time a button is pressed, “K” value increases. However, the set to the customer.
once a button has been pressed, it is no longer taken into ac- Procedure:
count. 1. Press [?/1] button to turn on the system.
“V” value increases in the manner of 0,1, 2, 3 ... if [MASTER 2. Press [x] button, [ENTER] button, and [?/1] button simulta-
VOLUME] knob is turned clockwise, or it decreases in the neously.
manner of 0, 9, 8,7 ... if [MASTER VOLUME] knob is turned 3. “COLD RESET” appears on the fluorescent indicator tube.
counterclockwise. After that, the fluorescent indicator tube becomes blank for a
“J” value increases in the manner of 0,1, 2, 3 ... if [OPERA- while, and the system is reset.
TION DIAL] knob is turned clockwise, or it decreases in the
manner of 0, 9, 8,7 ... if [OPERATION DIAL] knob is turned VACS ON/OFF
counterclockwise. This mode is used to switch ON and OFF the VACS (Variable At-
8. When [DISC SKIP/EX-CHANGE] button is pressed after all tenuation Control System).
LEDs and segments in fluorescent indicator tube light up, al- Procedure:
ternate segments in fluorescent indicator tube and LEDs would 1. Press [?/1] button to turn on the system.
light up. If you press [DISC SKIP/EX-CHANGE] button 2. Press [x] button, [DISC 2], and [DISPLAY] button simultane-
again, another half of alternate segments in fluorescent indica- ously. The message “VACS OFF” or “VACS ON” appears on
tor tube and LEDs would light up. Pressing [DISC SKIP/EX- the fluorescent indicator tube.
CHANGE] button again would cause all segments in fluores-
cent indicator tube and LEDs light up.
9. To release from this mode, press three buttons in the same
manner as step 1, or disconnect the power cord.

COMMON TEST MODE


This mode is used to check operations of the respective sections of
Amplifier and Tape.

To enter Common Test Mode


Procedure:
1. Press [x] button, [METER MODE] button and [DISC 3] but-
ton simultaneously.

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TUNER STEP CHANGE • Aging mode sequence:


(Except GT111: AEP, Russian/GT222: AEP, Russian/
START (from
GT444: AEP, Ruissian, UK/GT555: Russian models)
Disc 1)
The step interval of AM channels can be toggled between 9 kHz
and 10 kHz. This mode is not available for Saudi Arabian, Euro-
pean and Russian models.
Procedure:
1. Press [?/1] button to turn on the system. Disc Chucking
2. Press [TUNER/BAND] button repeatedly to select the “AM”.
3. Press [?/1] button to turn off the system.
4. Press [ENTER] button and [?/1] button simultaneously. The
system turns on automatically. The message “AM 9K STEP”
or “AM 10K STEP” appears on the fluorescent indicator tube TOC Reading
and thus the channel step is changed.

CD SERVICE MODE
This mode let you move the CD sled motor freely. Use this mode
when you want to clean the optical pick-up. Play first track for 2
Procedure: seconds
1. Press [?/1] button to turn on the system.
2. Press [CD] button to select CD function.
3. Press [x] button, [METER MODE] button, and [OPEN/
CLOSE] button simultaneously. Play last track for 2
4. The CD service mode is activated. The message “SERVICE seconds
MODE” appears on the fluorescent indicator tube.
5. With the disc in stop status, press [M] to move the optical
pick-up to outside track, or press [m] to move to inside track.
The message “SLED OUT” or “SLED IN” appears on the fluo- EX-CHANGE open/
rescent indicator tube. close
6. To turn on or off the laser, press [>] button. The message
“LD ON” or “LD OFF” appears on the fluorescent indicator
tube.
7. To release from this mode, press [?/1] button.
Open the disc tray
CD AGING MODE
This mode can be used for operation check of CD section.
If an error occurs, the aging operation would stops and the status is
displayed. If there were no error occurs, the aging operation would
continue repeatedly. Disc skip
Procedure:
1. Press [?/1] button to turn on the system.
2. Select CD function.
3. Load three discs on the disc tray.
4. Press [PLAY MODE] button on the remote repeatedly to select Close the disc tray
the “ALL DISCS” mode, and press the [REPEAT] button on
the remote repeatedly to select “REPEAT OFF” mode.
5. Press [x] button, [METER MODE] button and [DISC SKIP/
EX-CHANGE] button simultaneously.
6. Aging operation is started. Change the disc tray
7. To release from this mode, press [?/1] button or disconnect the
power cord to turn off the system.
CD ERROR CODE MODE
Display the CD error code when an error occurred
Procedure:
1. Press [x] button, [METER MODE] button and [DISC 1] but-
ton simultaneously to enter the error code display mode.
2. The fluorescent indicator tube displays the number of total er-
ror.
3. Each time [m] or [M] button is pressed, display change as
below.

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• Display of no disc errore


Display of
Total Error D*$$%%&&##00

D* : The number of no disc error (“0” is latest one)


FF button FR button (Press [>] button to display next error)
$$ : Error type
01 : Focus error
Display of 02 : GFS error
AMS (+) AMS (–)
Mechanical 03 : Setup error
button button
Errors %% : Not used
&& :
00 : No disc judgment without chucking retry.
FF button FR button
01 : No disc judgment after chucking retry.
## : The state when judged as no disc
01 : Stop
AMS (+) Display of AMS (–) 02 : Setup
button No Disc button 03 : TOC reading
Errors 04 : Access
05 : Playback
4. To clear the error record, operate the cold reset. (Refer to the 06 : Pause
“COLD RESET”) 07 : Manual search (Play)
5. To release from this mode, press the [?/1] button or disconnect 08 : Manual search (Pause)
the power plug to turn off the system.
CD REPEATS 5 LIMIT OFF MODE
• Display of total error The number of repeat for CD playback is 5 times when the repeat
mode is “REPEAT ALL”. This mode enables CD to repeat play-
EM**ED** back for limitless times.
Procedure:
EM**: The number of mechanical errors. 1. Press [?/1] button to turn on the system.
ED** : The number of no disc errors after chucking the disc. 2. Select CD function.
3. Press [x] button, [CD] button and [DISC 1] button simultane-
• Display of mechanical errors ously to enter the CD repeat 5 limit off mode and the fluores-
cent indicator tube displays “LIMIT OFF”.
M*$$%%&&##00 4. To release from this mode, operate the cold reset. (Refer to the
“COLD RESET”)
M* : The number of mechanical error (“0” is latest one)
(Press [>] button to display the next error)
CD SHIP MODE (WITH MEMORY CLEAR)
$$ : Not used
This mode moves the optical pick-up to the position durable to
%% : Loading related error (Second figure is not used)
vibration and clears all data including preset data stored in the EE-
D : Stop by the problem other than mechanical problem
PROM to initial conditions during the next AC-In. Use this mode
while closing.
when returning the set to the customer after repair.
E : Stop by the problem other than mechanical problem
Procedure:
while opening.
1. Press [?/1] button to turn on the system.
C : Stop by the problem other than mechanical problem
2. Select CD function.
while chucking up.
3. Press [x] button, [DISC 1] button and [?/1] button simultane-
F : Stop by the problem other than mechanical problem
ously. The system turns off automatically.
while chucking down.
4. After the “STANDBY” blinking display finishes, a message
&& : Emerging error
“MECHA LOCK” is displayed on the fluorescent indicator
01 : Stop while chucking up.
tube and the CD ship mode is set.
02 : Stop while chucking down.
03 : Time-out of EX-CHANGE open.
05 : Time-out of EX-CHANGE close. CD SHIP MODE (WITHOUT MEMORY CLEAR)
## : Not used This mode moves the optical pick-up to the position durable to
vibration. Use this mode when returning the set to the customer
after repair.
Procedure:
1. Press [?/1] button to turn on the system.
2. Select CD function.
3. Press [DISC SKIP/EX-CHANGE] button and [?/1] button si-
multaneously. The system turns off automatically.
4. After the “STANDBY” blinking display finishes, a message
“MECHA LOCK” is displayed on the fluorescent indicator
tube and the CD ship mode is set.

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HCD-GT111/GT222/GT444/GT555

CD TRAY LOCK MODE METER TEST MODE


This mode let you lock the disc tray. When this mode is activated, This mode is used to check the meter device.
the disc tray will not open when [OPEN/CLOSE] button or [DISC Procedure:
SKIP/EX-CHANGE] button is pressed. The message “LOCKED” 1. Press [?/1] button to turn on the system.
will be displayed on the fluorescent indicator tube. 2. Press [x] button, [ENTER] button and [METER MODE] but-
Procedure: ton simultaneously.
1. Press [?/1] button to turn on the system. 3. Meter Backlight LEDs, Meter Pointer LEDs, Power Illumina-
2. Select CD function. tor LEDs and fluorescent indicator tube are lighted up.
3. Press [x] button and [OPEN/CLOSE] button simultaneously 4. When you want to perform count total step from Initial Switch
and hold down until “LOCKED” or “UNLOCKED” displayed to Max Switch operation mode, press [M] button. The me-
on the fluorescent indicator tube (around 5 seconds). ter pointer will move from Initial Switch to Max Switch and
finally move back to the middle position. The total step count
FACTORY PRESET information appears on the fluorescent indicator tube. “xxx
This mode is use to load all the factory use preset frequencies into STP yy” is shown.
FM 1-FM 20 and AM 1-AM 10. Originally, frequency of FM 1- “xxx” represents the total step.
FM 20 and AM 1-AM10 are set to the minimum frequency. (Value of “xxx” should between 430 steps to 470 steps)
Procedure: “yy” represents the status of total step count.
1. Press [?/1] button to turn on the system. (If total step between 430 steps to 470 steps, “yy” is OK,
2. Press [TUNER/BAND] button, [x] button, and [DISC 1] but- Else “yy” is NG)
ton simultaneously and the message “FACTORY” appears 5. When you want to perform count total step from Max Switch
on the fluorescent indicator tube. The function is changed to to Initial Switch operation mode, press [m] button. The me-
TUNER automatically. ter pointer will move from Max Switch to Initial Switch and
finally move back to the middle position. The total step count
VACS DISPLAY information appears on the fluorescent indicator tube. “xxx
This mode is used to check the VACS level. STP yy” is shown.
Procedure: “xxx” represents the total step.
1. Press [?/1] button to turn on the system. (Value of “xxx” should between 430 steps to 470 steps)
2. Press [ERASE] button, [x] button and [ENTER] button si- “yy” represents the status of total step count.
multaneously. (If total step between 430 steps to 470 steps, “yy” is OK, else
3. The fluorescent indicator tube displays “VACSA”. “A” repre- “yy” is NG).
sents Conventional VACS (Triggered by signal level) 6. To release from this mode, do the step 2 again. The fluorescent
4. To release from this mode, do the step 2 again. indicator tube displays “TST MODE OUT”.

METER SWITCH TOUCH COUNT DISPLAY


This mode is used to display the total count of meter pointer touch
initial switch and max switch.
Procedure:
1. Press [?/1] button to turn on the system.
2. Press [x] button, [ENTER] button and [DISPLAY] button si-
multaneously.
3. The fluorescent indicator tube displays “IxxxxxMyyyyy”.
“I” represents the Initial Switch touch.
“xxxxx” represents the total count of Initial Switch touch.
(Maximum Value of “xxxxx” = 65535)
“M” represents the Max Switch touch.
“yyyyy” represents the total count of Max Switch touch.
(Maximum Value of “yyyyy” = 65535)
4. To release from this mode, do the step 2 again. The fluorescent
indicator tube displays “MODE OUT”.

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SECTION 5
MECHANICAL ADJUSTMENTS
PRECAUTION
1. Clean the following parts with a denatured-alcohol-moistened
swab :
record/playback head pinch roller
erase head rubber belts
capstan idlers
2. Demagnetize the record/playback head with a head demag-
netizer. (Do not bring the head magnetizer close to the erase
head.)
3. Do not use a magnetized screwdriver for the adjustments.
4. After the adjustments, appiy suitable locking compound to the
parts adjusted.
5. The adjustments should be performed with the rated power
supply voltage unless otherwise noted.

• Torque Measurement
Mode Torque Meter Meter Reading
2.0 – 8.0 mN • m
FWD CQ-102AS (20 to 80 g • cm)
(0.28 – 1.12 oz • inch)
0.15 – 0.6 mN • m
FWD
CQ-102C (1.5 to 6 g • cm)
Back Tension
(0.021 – 0.083 oz • inch)
5 – 17.7 mN • m
FF CQ-201AS (50 to 177 g • cm)
(0.7 – 2.48 oz • inch)
5 – 17.7 mN • m
REV CQ-201B (50 to 177 g • cm)
(0.7 – 2.48 oz • inch)

• Tape Tension Measurement


Mode Tension Meter Meter Reading
more than 80 g
FWD CQ-403A
(more than 2.82 oz)

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SECTION 6
ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS
DECK SECTION 0 dB = 0.775V Adjustment Location: Record/Playback/Erase Head

1. Demagnetize the record/playback head with a head demagne-


tizer.
2. Do not use a magnetized screwdriver for the adjustments.

TEST TAPE
Tape Signal Used for
P-4-A063 6.3 kHz, -10 dB Azimuth Adjustment

RECORD/PLAYBACK HEAD AZIMUTH ADJUSTMENT

Procedure:
1. Mode: Playback
test tape MIC board
P-4-A063 PHONES jack
(6.3 kHz, −10 dB) (J702)
CD SECTION
level meter
Note:
set + 1. CD Block is basically designed to operate without adjustment. There-
– fore, check each item in order given.
2. Use YEDS-18 (PART No. 3-702-101-01) unless otherwise indicated.
3. Use an oscilloscope with more than 10MΩ impedance.
4. Clean the object lens by an applicator with neutral detergent when the
2. Turn the adjustment screw and check output peaks. If the peaks signal level is low than specified value with the following checks.
do not match for L-CH and R-CH, turn the adjustment screw
so that outputs match within 1dB of peak. TEST DISC LIST
Use the following test disc on electrical checks.
YEDS-18 (PART No. 3-702-101-01) or
PATD-012 (PART No. 4-225-203-01)
within
L-CH 1 dB S-CURVE CHECK
peak
within
Output 1 dB oscilloscope
level (DC range)
CD board
R-CH TP106 (FE) +
peak TP124 (VC)
Screw Screw –
position L-CH R-CH position
peak peak Procedure :
1. Connect an oscilloscope to TP106 (FE) and TP124 (VC).
3. Mode: Playback 2. Turn the power ON.
test tape 3. Load a disc (YEDS-18) and actuate the focus search. (In con-
P-4-A063 MIC board sequence of open and close the disc tray, actuate the focus
(6.3 kHz, −10 dB) PHONES jack oscilloscope
search)
(J702)
4. Confirm that the oscilloscope waveform (S-curve) is symmet-
rical between A and B. And confirm peak to peak level within
V H
set 1.8 ± 0.5 Vp-p.

S-curve waveform
symmetry

waveform of oscilloscope
A
within 1.8 ± 0.5 Vp-p
in phase 45° 90° 135° 180° B
good wrong
Note:
• Try to measure several times to make sure than the ratio of A : B or B
4. After the adjustments, apply suitable locking compound to the : A is more than 10 : 7.
pats adjusted. • Take sweep time as long as possible and light up the brightness to
obtain best waveform.

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HCD-GT111/GT222/GT444/GT555

RF LEVEL CHECK TUNER SECTION


oscilloscope
CD board FM TUNE LEVEL CHECK

TP123 (RFO) signal


generator
TP124 (VC)
set

Procedure :
1. Connect an oscilloscope to TP123 (RFO) and TP124 (VC). Procedure:
2. Turn the power ON. 1. Turn on the set.
3. Load a disc (YEDS-18) and playback. 2. Input the following signal from signal generator to FM antenna
4. Confirm that oscilloscope waveform is clear and check if RF input directly.
signal level is correct or not.
Note: Clear RF signal waveform means that the shape “◊” can be clearly • Carrier frequency : A = 87.5 MHz, B = 98 MHz, C = 108 MHz
distinguished at the center of the waveform. Deviation : 75 kHz
Modulation : 1 kHz
RF signal waveform
ANT input : 35 dBu (EMF)
VOLT/DIV : 200 mV
TIME/DIV : 500 ns
Note: Use 75 ohm coaxial cable to connect signal generator and the set.
You cannot use video cable for checking.
Use signal generator whose output impedance is 75 ohm.
level : 1.3 ± 0.3 Vp-p
3. Set to FM tuner function and tune A, B and C signals.
4. Confirm “TUNED” is lit on the display for A, B and C sig-
nals.
Connecting Location : CD board
When the selected station signal is received in good condition,
– CD Board (Conductor Side) – “TUNED” is displayed.

TP124 (VC)

TP123 (RFO)
IC101

TP106 (FE)

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HCD-GT111/GT222/GT444/GT555
SECTION 7
DIAGRAMS
7-1. BLOCK DIAGRAM - CD SERVO, USB Section -

DETECTOR +3.3V
VCC

A A
95 FNi1 (A)
B A/D CONVERTER
B
97 FPi1 (B) IC501
C RFo 89 88 AGCi RFEQo 83 81 RFi
LO 30 CD-L A (Page 24)
C
94 FNi2 (C) 82 RFRPi
9 STDO AINL 2 USB_REC-L B (Page 24)
I-V AMP

RO 27 R-CH 12 SCLK AINR 1 R-CH


D D 10 LRCK
96 FPi2 (D)
AoUT3 (PO4) 46 11 MCLK
E RFRP 3 2 RFZi USB CONTROLLER
E PIO2 50 13 PDN
100 TNi (E) IC901 CN1000
TEi 6 7 TEZi (USB)
F F DATA DATA
98 TPi (F) AoUT2 (PO5) 47 85 DATA D+ 3
CLK DATA SELECTOR CLK D+ 79
BCK (PO8) 63 86 CLOCK
IC502
D– 2
D– 80
LASER DIODE SELECT 1
VBUS POWER
3B 10
AUTOMATIC A-IN A-IN ON/OFF SWITCH
AIN (PI4) 65 9 3Y 3A 11 93 DATA IC915
LD POWER BCK
91 LDo MDi 92 1B 3 92 BCK
CONTROL BCK LRCK VBUS 1
BCKi (PI5) 66 4 1Y 1A 2 71 LRCK VBUS
PD LD Q301 GATE 4 IN OUT 5
GATE +5V
2B 6 94
LRCK ST-REQ EN FLG
PD LRCKi (PI6) 67 7 2Y 2A 5 97 ST-REQ
1 3
GATE
OPTICAL PICK-UP PIO3 51 USBPON 78
VC 84 VRo ST-REQ
BLOCK PIO1 49 USBOC 77
(KSM-213DCP) BUS0-U
55 BUS0
FOCUS/TRACKING COIL DRIVE, BUS1-U
56 BUS1
SLED/SPINDLE MOTOR DRIVE BUS2-U
57 BUS2

18 – 25, 28 – 35

29 – 32, 35 – 38
7 – 10, 13 – 16,
IC401 BUS SWITCH SYSTEM CONTROLLER BUS3-U

I/O0 – I/O15
D0 – D15
IC670 IC401 (1/4) 58 BUS3
BUCK-U
59 /BUCK
BIAS 23 CCE-U
BUS0 38 2 1 41 CD BUS0 60 /CCE
SP+ REQ-U
2 VO1+ 13 96 REQ
M401 BUS1 39 3 4 42 CD BUS1
M

44 – 42, 27 – 24,
37 – 43, 46 – 54
IN1 3 13 DMo

21 – 18, 5 – 1
(SPINDLE) 5

A1 – A16

A0 – A15
SP– USB TXD0 35 88 RXD1 S-RAM
1 VO1– BUS2 (SO) 40 9 8 43 CD BUS2
USB RXD0 36 87 TXD1 IC921
6
SL+
12 VO2– BUS3 (SI) 41 10 11 44 CD BUS3
USB RTS0 38 2 DI
M402 12
(SLED)
M IN2’ 9 12 FMo USB CTS0 34 84 DO CS2 70 6 CE
SL– CD-MP3 PROCESSOR USB RESET 33 1 /RESET
11 VO2+ Q671 RD 64 41 OE
IC101 75 X1
BUS SWITCH WR 65 17 WE
IC672 X901 SRLLB 66 39 LB
2-AXIS
9MHz SRLUB 67 40 UB
DEVICE T+
18 VO3+ BUS0-U 73 X2
2 1
(TRACKING)

IN3’ 20 10 TRo
T– 13
17 VO3– BUS1-U
3 4
5
BUS2-U
9 8
(FOCUS)

F+ 6
26 VO4+ BUS3-U
10 11
IN4’ 24 9 FOo
F– 12
27 VO4–
MUTE
7 DATA SELECTOR
IC673

R-ch is omitted due to same as L-ch. 2 45 CD CLK


SIGNAL PATH BUCK (CLK) 42 4 BUCK-U
S201 3
: TUNER (FM/AM) (LIMIT)
5 46 CD CCE
20 IO0 (/HSO)
XCCE 43 7 CCE-U
: CD PLAY 6
+3.3V CD MECHANISM
: USB PIO0 48 14 DECK
12 40 MP3 IREQ
13
M1+ 21 MOTOR M1+
10 M1- 18 DRIVE M1-
REQ-U
9 M2+ 7 Q640, 641, M2+
23 XI 11
M2- 6 Q643 - 648 M2-
X102
SELECT
16.9344MHz
1 SW1 23 SW1
24 XO
SW3 22 SW3
37 USB SEL-SW
SW2 25 SW2
SBSY 54 19 SBSY
SW-CHUCK 24 SW7-CHACK
XRST 37 48 CD-XRST
SW-STOCK 27 SW5-STOCK
SW-CLOSE 26 SW6-CLOSE
47 CD-MMUTE SW-OPEN 28 SW8-OPEN

HCD-GT111/GT222/GT444/GT555
23 23
HCD-GT111/GT222/GT444/GT555

7-2. BLOCK DIAGRAM - MAIN Section -

RV700
MIC LEVEL
J700 MIC AMP MIC AMP
MIC IC700 (1/2) IC700 (2/2)

(Page 25) C HP IN

46 MIC
J701 INPUT SELECTOR,
AUDIO INPUT ELECTRICAL VOLUME
IC407
LINE AMP
L 42 AUX-L RECBL 36
IC251
USB_REC-L B
R R-CH (Page 23)

(Page 23) A
TONEOUTL 30 29 VOLINL OUTL 26 OUT D
CD-L 44 CD-L
(GT444/GT555)
(Page 25)

S501
(REC/PB) SWOUT 23 SW OUT E
PB
TAPE MECHANISM
(Page 25)
DECK REC
PB AMP
45 TAPE-L RECAL 37 R-CH
LCH IC501
D630
BASS AGC
RCH R-CH BB1L 28
Q128
BASS AGC F
43 ST-L BB2L 27
(Page 25)

L501

DATA
CLK

SA2
BIAS OSC
21 22 9
EH

OSC REC AMP


Q501, 502 IC502

SW

BAND-PASS
D201
FILTER
Q115, 116

ANTENNA
TUNER (FM/AM)
FM75Ω
FM ANT ST-L
COAXIAL
ST-R R-CH
R-ch is omitted due to same as L-ch.
AM AM ANT SIGNAL PATH
82 71 60 59 89 68
: TUNER (FM/AM)
R2A15216FP-DATA
MIC/HP DET
TC-TAPE STATE

R2A15216FP-CLK

VACS IN

POWER ILLUMINETOR
: CD PLAY
: TAPE PLAY
: TAPE REC
ST-DOUT 67 ST-DOUT
ST-DIN 65 ST-DIN : AUDIO IN
ST-CLK 66 ST-CLK
SYSTEM CONTROLLER : MIC
ST-CE 63 ST-CE
IC401 (2/4)
TUNED 61 ST-TUNED

RDS-DATA 76 ST-RDS-DATA
RDS-INT 75 ST-RDS-INT

(GT111: AEP/GT222: AEP/GT444: AEP, UK)

HCD-GT111/GT222/GT444/GT555
24 24
HCD-GT111/GT222/GT444/GT555
Ver. 1.2

7-3. BLOCK DIAGRAM - AMP Section -

HP IN C
(Page 24)
J702
R-CH PHONES

F BASS AGC + R-CH


(Page 24)

JK800
LINE AMP
D OUT
IC252 + L
(Page 24) – FRONT
SPEAKER
– R
MUTING R-CH +
Q402
RY800 FAN MOTOR
R-CH
DRIVE
M102
R-CH Q690, 691, M (FAN)
Q693 -695,
D632 Q697
OVER LOAD OVER LOAD
POWER DETECT + DETECT
AMP Q801 Q803 STBY LED J
IC800
(Page 26)

D807 PROTECT DETECT


R-CH + Q806, 809 - 811 (TYPE A) PROTECT G
Q806, 809, 811 (TYPE B)
LEVEL SHIFT
(Page 26)
Q447
DC DETECT
Q812, 814, 815

DC DETECT H
(TYPE A)
(Page 26)

(GT222/GT444/GT555)
FAN MOTOR
OVER LOAD M101
DETECT
DRIVE M (FAN)
Q110 - 113
Q802

JK890
LINE AMP
E SW OUT
IC253 + SUBWOOFER
(Page 24) –
MUTING
Q430 RY890
(GT444/GT555)

(TYPE A) (TYPE B) RELAY RELAY


DRIVE DRIVE (TYPE B)
Q804 Q805 DC DETECT
MUTING STANDBY SWITCH
CONTROL Q813 Q815
Q670

58 51 50 53 52
PROTECT

FR SPK RELAY

SW SPK RELAY
LINE MUTE

STK MUTE

SYSTEM CONTROLLER
R-ch is omitted due to same as L-ch.
IC401 (3/4) SIGNAL PATH
: TUNER (FM/AM)

Note: A part of circuit composition of POWERAMP board has been changed in the midway of production.
POWERAMP board that has not been changed appears as TYPE A, and the changed POWERAMP
board appears as TYPE B.

HCD-GT111/GT222/GT444/GT555
25 25
HCD-GT111/GT222/GT444/GT555

7-4. BLOCK DIAGRAM - PANEL, POWER SUPPLY Section -

PT901
MAIN POWER
TRANSFORMER
FLUORESCENT INDICATOR
TUBE DRIVER SYSTEM CONTROLLER VF
IC1101 IC401 (4/4) VF
FOR
FLUORESCENT
SI 49 86 FL-DRIVER-DATA INDICATOR
TUBE –32V D908
SCK 48 85 FL-DRIVER-CLK

38 – 19
–VFL REGULATOR
FL1101 DR35 - DR16 CSB 51 87 FL-DRIVER-CS
Q902
FLUORESCENT RSTB 52 88 FL-DRIVER-RESET
INDICATOR GRID DRIVE

2 – 13,
15, 16
TUBE Q1102 - 1113, DR0 - DR13 XTB 46
B+ SWITCH
Q1115, 1116
OSC SEL A, SEL B Q1114, 1117, RECT
Q1120, 1122 (Page 25) H DC DETECT
D812
XT 45
LED CTRL 73
F908
+VH RECT
B+ SWITCH F909
LED DRIVE TAPE +9V –VH D800
Q681, 684 AMP

79 - 77
D1124 - 1129 LED-VOL1. 2 -
Q1139, 1141, SECTION
(STREAM) LED-VOL5. 6
Q1143 TC_M+9V SW 49 B+ F904
+VL RECT
F905
–VL D801
D1000, 1003 LED DRIVE CD MECHANISM REGULATOR
70 USB-BLUE LED MOTOR B+ Q655 - 658
(USB) Q1190 (GT222/GT555)
(GT444/GT555) CDM-SD 5

D1205 +5V
LED DRIVE
3 SW LED M+5V REGULATOR
SUBWOOFER Q1205
Q1220
+9V
M+9V REGULATOR
D011 - 014, M+7V IC080
LED DRIVE +5V
(GT222/GT444/GT555) D015 80 METER LED D623, 624
Q010 A/D CONVERTER +5V REGULATOR
(ILLUMINATION)
Q696
+9V
(Page 25) J STBY LED A+9V REGULATOR
IC602
D1196 F906 • Abbreviation
72 STBY LED RECT
I/ UNREG +16V
D601 AR : Argentina model
STANDBY
KEY0 E2 : 120V AC Area in E model
74 POWER/DISPLAY-KEY
S1165 - 1180, E3 : 240V AC Area in E model
97, 95, 94

S1182 - S1192,
AD-KEY0 - E51 : Chilean and Peruvian models
(GT444/GT555) AD-KEY2
S1193, MX : Mexican model
S1194, 1195
RU : Russian model
S1052
MASTER ROTARY
91 MASTER VOL
VOLUME ENCODER +1.5V GT111: AEP, RU, AR/
D+1.5V REGULATOR GT222: AEP, RU, MX, AR/
S1051 IC201 GT444: AEP, UK, RU, MX, AR/
ROTARY F907 RY901
OPERATION 90 OPERATION DIAL +3.3V GT555: RU, MX, AR
ENCODER RECT
DIAL +3.3V REGULATOR
D602
IC603
GT111: E2, E3, E51/
REMOTE CONTROL GT22: E2, E51/GT44: E2,
RECEIVER 4 SIRCS E51/GT55: E2, E51
+5V
IC1102 VBUS+5V REGULATOR VOLTAGE
IC050 SELECTOR
(GT222/GT444/GT555) S901
B+ SWITCH D605 D055 D006
100, 84, 1, 2

MOTOR JOG B+
MOTOR METER IN1 - Q627, 628 GT111: AEP, RU, AR/
DRIVE METER IN4 GT222: AEP, RU, MX, AR/
ASSY
IC001 AD SUPPLY SW 39 GT444: AEP, UK, RU, MX, AR/ (AC IN)
GT555: RU, MX, AR
RECT
81 METER SW EVER +10V
D911, 912
D213 +4V PT902
VDD+3.3V REGULATOR SUB POWER
S031 Q210 - 212 TRANSFORMER RELAY
(METER POSITION DETECT) D+3.3V,
VREF+3.3V DRIVE
Q903

EEPROM 55 EEP-SDA AC-CUT 20 D608


IC675 PROTECT
56 EEP-SCL DETECT PROTECT G (Page 25)
RESET SWITCH Q606
RESET 12
Q214, 215
15 X-IN
X402
5MHz
13 X-OUT

10 XC-IN OVERVOLTAGE 83
X401
32.768kHz STBY RELAY 54
11 XC-OUT

HCD-GT111/GT222/GT444/GT555
26 26
HCD-GT111/GT222/GT444/GT555

THIS NOTE IS COMMON FOR PRINTED WIRING BOARDS AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS. • Circuit Boards Location
(In addition to this, the necessary note is printed in each block.)
TRANS1 board (GT111: E2, E3, E51)/
For Printed Wiring Boards. For Schematic Diagrams. TRANS2 board (GT222/GT444/GT555)/
Note: Note: TRANSX board (GT111: AEP, RU, AR)
• X : Parts extracted from the component side. • All capacitors are in μF unless otherwise noted. (p: pF)
• Y : Parts extracted from the conductor side. 50 WV or less are not indicated except for electrolytics TC board 9V REG board
• f : Internal component. and tantalums.
• : Pattern from the side which enables seeing. • All resistors are in Ω and 1/4 W or less unless otherwise
(The other layers' patterns are not indicated.) specified.
• f : internal component.
Caution: • 2 : nonflammable resistor. POWERAMP board
Pattern face side: Parts on the pattern face side seen from DISPLAY board
• 5 : fusible resistor.
(Conductor Side) the pattern face are indicated. • C : panel designation.
Parts face side: Parts on the parts face side seen from
(Component Side) the parts face are indicated. The components identified by mark 0 or dotted line with
• Indication of transistor. mark 0 are critical for safety.
Replace only with part number specified. SW JACK board
5V REG board (GT444/GT555)
C • A : B+ Line.
Q These are omitted. • B : B– Line.
• Voltages and waveforms are dc with respect to ground
B E under no-signal (detuned) conditions.
– CD Board –
no mark : CD PLAY
– TC Board –
no mark : TAPE PLAY MAIN board
BC E ( ) : TAPE REC
These are omitted. – Other Boards – USB board
no mark : TUNER (FM/AM)
( ) : CD PLAY
‹‹ ›› : TAPE PLAY
{ } : TAPE REC
• Voltages are taken with a VOM (Input impedance 10
MΩ).
Voltage variations may be noted due to normal production
tolerances.
• Waveforms are taken with a oscilloscope.
Voltage variations may be noted due to normal production
tolerances.
• Circled numbers refer to waveforms. MOTOR DRIVE board (GT222/GT444/GT555)
• Signal path.
F : TUNER (AM/FM)
J : CD PLAY LED board (GT222/GT444/GT555)/
E : USB LED (GSL1) board (GT111)
d : TAPE PLAY
G : TAPE REC
f : AUDIO IN
N : MIC DISPLAY board
• Abbreviation
AR : Argentina model SW board
E2 : 120V AC area in E model (GT222/GT444/GT555)
E3 : 240V AC area in E model
E51 : Chilean and Peruvian models
MX : Mexican model
RU : Russian model

VOLUME board

MIC board CD board

USB CONNECTOR board

HCD-GT111/GT222/GT444/GT555
27 27
HCD-GT111/GT222/GT444/GT555

7-5. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - CD Board (1/2) - • See page 54 for Waveforms. • See page 57 for IC Pin Function Description.

A1
(1/2) A2

A3
C112 A4
0.1

R118 C108
C107
100k 0.1
0.1
C153

100

100

100
0.1
A5

R161
R159

R160
C136
47p R108

R114
10k

R128 470k
1k
R139 R109 A7
47k 100

R129
R143 R142
R140 R130
47k 22k
0 4.7k

CN301 C137 C138 R136 R134


0.01
16P 470p 22k 1M A8

VC R135
C301 0.1 470k
VCC A9

E C303 C306 C307 R301 A10


10 R303 100
1 100k
D 2.2 10V

C302 10
A R304
Q301 2.2
R302
B 2SA2119K

VSS1
VDD1

IPF
0

LRCK(PO9)
LRCKi(PI6)

GPIN
VSS1

BCK(PO8)

AOUT(PO7)

DOUT(PO6)

SFSY/LOCK

SBOK/FOK

VDDT3

PIO3
PVDD3

BCKi(PI5)
PDo

AIN(PI4)
LPFN

TMAXS

SBSY
MS

ZDET
AWRC
TMAX
AUTOMATIC
C
POWER
OPTICAL C100 PIO2
F LPFo A11
CONTROL 0.1
PICK-UP R121 100
GND PIO1 A12
BLOCK PVREF
C139
(KSM-213DCP) LD PIO0
0.01 VCOF
(1/2) VR C309 PVSS3 AoUT2(PO5)
0.001
PD C140 SLCo AoUT3(PO4)
0.01 C141 0.0022 TP121 (RFI)
RFi IRQ R120 A13
F+ 0
C106
T+ 100 RFRPi TEST A14
10V C142 0.1
T- RFEQo XCCE A15
C105 BUCK(CLK)
F- VRo A16
0.1 R144 22k TP124 (VC) CD-MP3 PROCESSOR
RESiN BUS3(SI) A17
C143
0.01 C144 0.1
VMDiR BUS2(SO) A18
C146 470p
TESTR IC101 BUS1 A19
C145 0.01 TC94A70FG-101
C148 AGCi BUS0 A20
47p
C147 0.1 R111 100 C133 0.1
C149 RFo XRST A21
22p TP123 (RFO) R110 10k
RVDD3 SRAMSTB R112
C104 100
0.1
LDo VDDM1 A22
C110
MDi VDD1 0.1
RVSS3 VSS1 A23

FNi2(C) VDDT3 A24 (Page


FNi1(A) DVSS3 R153
1M
A25 29)
FPi2(D) LO A26
R155 47 C115
FPi1(B) DVR 22
6.3V
TPi(F) DVDD3 C116
0.1
TNPC

SBAD/RFDC
C150 A27

IO1(/UHSO)
RO
0.001 R154 1M

IO0(/HSO)
TNi(E) A28
DVSS3

XVDD3
AVDD3

VDDP3

XVSS3
VSSP3
RFRP

VDD1
VREF
AVSS3

VSS1
VCOi

FGiN
DMO
RFZi

FMO
TEZi

FOo

TRo
TEi
FEi

XO
XI
A29

A30

A31

TP106
(FE)

(TE)
TP107

0.022
C117
0.022
C132 0.1

R101 220
C119

0.1
C118

R151 0
0.01

C127 0.0022
R105

C126
1M

C102 0.1
X102 R106
C120 16.9344MHz 1k
0.01 R104
0

C103
0.1

C113 R102 C128 C130


0.1 10k 5p 5p

C101 A32
0.1
A33
C123 470p
C122 A34
470p
A35

A36

A37

A38

S201
(LIMIT)

A39

A40

HCD-GT111/GT222/GT444/GT555
28 28
HCD-GT111/GT222/GT444/GT555

7-6. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - CD Board (2/2) - • See page 54 for IC Block Diagrams.

(2/2)
A1

A2

A3

R510 1k
A/D CONVERTER
C510
0.1 C511
0.1
A4 3Y GND IC501
AK5358A
3B 2Y R511
1k
STDO
3A 2B DGND
C507 0.1
LRCK
DATA SELECTOR 4Y 2A VD
R512 MCLK
4B 1Y VA
1k C506 0.1
SCLK
4A 1B AGND
PDN C505 R508
ST 1A VCOM
2.2 47k
Vcc SELECT DIF C504
A5 CKS1
100
CKS2 C502 10 16V 10V
AINL
IC502
C508 TC74VHC157FT CKS0 AINR
0.1
R505 R503 C501
47k 47k 10
16V

R502 47k C509 0.1


CN201
R514
A7 R224 31P
0
100
A8 DATA

CLK
R216 100
A9 GATE

A10 R225 ST_REQ


100k
R213 100
AIN
R214 100
R509
100k BCK
R212 100
LRCK
R513
M-MUTE
100
R211
A11 MGND
100
A12 VM(7V)

DVDD(3.3V)

D-OUT

DGND
R210 100
A13 SBSY
R209 100 R226 100k
A14 REQ
R218 100k R208 100
A15 /CCE
R219 100k R207 100
A16 BUCK
R220 100k R206 100
A17 BUS3
R221 100k R205 100
A18 BUS2
R222 100k R204 100
A19
R223 100k R203 100
BUS1
(Page 39)
A20 BUS0

(Page A21 /RST

28) IC201 TK63115SCL-G@GT

VOUT
AGND

A22 VDD L-OUT


C109 GND
C206 1

DACGND
0.1 C207
1
A23 NC CE R-OUT

A24 AVDD(3.3V)
C218
A25 L-IN
0.1
ADCGND

R-IN
C217
R157 100 +1.5V REGULATOR
A26 0.1
ADCVDD(5V)
R156 100
A27
C151 0.0022
A28
R201 C152
C205
0.1 0 0.0022
A29
C201 100 10V R202 0
A30
C202 100 10V C204 0.1
A31

A32

A33

A34

A35

A36

A37 R405
10k C124
A38
0.0047
R402
A39
2.2k
A40 C405 C404 C403
0.1 0.1 0.1
C125
0.0047
VO4+

OPIN
VO3+
VCC

VCC

IN3'

RESET t
GND

IN4
VO4-

BIAS

VO3-
IN3
IN4'

FOCUS/TRACKING
COIL DRIVE,
SLED/SPINDLE
REGOUT

OPOUT

MOTOR DRIVE
RESET

MUTE
REGB

VO2+

VO2-

IC401
VO1+

GND

GND
VO1-

IN2'

IN2
IN1

BA5826SFP

OPTICAL
PICK-UP
BLOCK
(KSM-213DCP)
(2/2)
R408
2.2k
M401 R414
4.7k
(SPINDLE)
C401
R415 220
47k 10V
M402
(SLED)

HCD-GT111/GT222/GT444/GT555
29 29
HCD-GT111/GT222/GT444/GT555

7-7. PRINTED WIRING BOARD - CD Board - • See page 27 for Circuit Boards Location. • : Uses unleaded solder.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11
CD BOARD (CONDUCTOR SIDE)

A CD BOARD (COMPONENT SIDE)

M
M401
(SPINDLE)

R405
S201
C405 (LIMIT)
C401

R514 C404 C403


B R511 R512
C510

R510
R402
R502
IC502 IC501

R513 R509
IC401

R159
C511

R508

R503

C505
C507
C508

C509
M402
M

R109
R160
(SLED)

R505

R161
C506
C

R108
R139

R136
R129
C136
R114
C125
R414
R415

C124
R224

R143
C153 R134

R118
R142

R128
C123 C122

R408
TP124 R140 R135 R130
(VC)

C501

C137
C138
C502

C142
C141
R212

R214

R213

C108

R151

C143
R211

C140
C107

R120 R225
R216

C139
R121

R144

C100
C105
C110

IC101

C144
C112

R110
C133
D C145 C147

C106
TP123
C104

C146 (RFO) C109


C148

R153
R210

R111
C149 R209
R104
R218 R226
C116 R208
R207
R155 R219
L

C117
C118
C102 C101

R112

CN201
C206 C103
C306

R154
C207

C132 MAIN
C113

C150
C119 BOARD

R223
R203
R105

R106
C201

1 5
CN430
R303 TP106 C127
3 4 C126 (Page 35)
IC201

R220
R206

R205
(FE)

R221
C115

R222
C120

R204
R101 C130
C205

E R201
R102
X102

R304 C307 R157 C151


R302
C504

C128

C301
C152
C218 E R301 R156
Q301
C202

C217 11
C204

C309

1-875-864- (11) R202 11


CN301 (11)
1-875-864-

C303

C302
F OPTICAL PICK-UP
BLOCK(KSM-213DCP)

• Semiconductor
Location
Ref. No. Location
IC101 D-8
IC201 E-1
IC401 C-9
IC501 B-5
IC502 B-5

Q301 E-4

HCD-GT111/GT222/GT444/GT555
30 30
HCD-GT111/GT222/GT444/GT555

7-8. PRINTED WIRING BOARD - TC Board - 7-9. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - TC Board -


• See page 27 for Circuit Boards Location. • : Uses unleaded solder.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

1 2 3 4 TC BOARD R506 12k C546 0.1


R544 220
CN501
R510 270
A C506 C516 47 16V C512 220p
R514
100k TP517
8P

R508
270k
TAPE MECHANISM 0.01
TP516
8 RCH
R512 100k
DECK R504
C514 1 50V
7 COM

TC BOARD
2.2k R546 470 TP515

C510
100p
6 LCH
TP514
5 VREF TAPE
TP513 MECHANISM

0
C543 4 DECK
1000p EH
FFC502 C516 R537 TP512

R516
3 SW
C542 C536
A
C542 22 25V TP511

C506
R508
R506
2 M-GND

4.4

4.4

4.3
R538 B TP510

9
9

R535
C546
B
1
C535 C537 9V

C510
C548
C504 8 7 6 5
R510 IC501
2200p

VCC
R504 C538
MAIN
IC501

B
C543
R514 PB AMP

BOARD R544 C514 IC501

C504
NJM4558M-TE2

2200p

GND
C512

E
R512

E
CN450
8 5

JW502
JW503
(Page 35) Q501 JR503 Q502
1 2 3 4

C503
S501
R546 JR504 (REC/PB)
1 1 4

C503

4.4

4.4

4.4
R511
C511
1 PB

C517
3 R539
C513 C

JW504
L501 C513

R545
1 REC
R503 BIAS OSC R503 R545 R515

C509

C539
R541
2.2k 470 50V 0

C509
100p
R513 6 4 ET501
JW501

C515

JR501
C502

E
C501 R509 R513 100k

8
C505
R511 100k

R507
(CHASSIS)
R502

R505
C540

C545

R507
C505
0.01

270k
JR502
CN501 C511 220p

R540
C545 0.1

R536
B
R543 220
R501 R543 R515 R516
R505
12k
C515 47 16V

D 1 A+9V TP501 R509 270

PB-LCH TP502 R501


ET501

S501 R534 PB-RCH TP503


2.2k
C502 R502 C501
100 100
A-GND TP504 10V 2.2k 10V
FFC502

(REC/PB) B REC-LCH TP505 R518 1k R524 3.3k C517


1000p 21

C548 1000p
TP506 C524 1 R522 47k
REC-RCH
R519
C519

C523
C521

PB UREC MAIN M-GND TP507 R520 47k C528


C540
4700p

R529
C529
C534
R517 C531 R527 BOARD 470p C530

C532
0.01
TP508 C520 470p 2200p 6 5 4
(1/4) 330p

C526
M+9V

47p
R528
R521 CN450
JW505

E (Page 36)
330k
JW506
JW507
C525 9 TP-STATE TP509 L501
BIAS OSC
(CHASSIS)

R533
C522 R526 R530 R532
R525 C527

C533
R523
1 330k 2.2k 8.2k
1 2 3

R531
R518

IC502

JW508
1
R520
C524
C522
C520

R522 4 C533

4.4

4.4

4.4
C534

9
2200p

R524

JW509
C539

JW510
R540 R541
5 6 7 8 47 47 1
5 8
IC502

R532

VCC
C
R539
F REC AMP C538 0.01 4.7

R526 C528 IC502


NJM4558M-TE2
C526

13
R530
C530

GND
Q501 Q502
C532 R528 4 3 2 1
2SC1740S-RT
0.3
2SC1740S-RT
0.3
1-875-675- (13) R531 (5.3) (5.3)
4.4 8.2k

4.4

4.4
0
(0.2)

S501 0.3 0.3

R525
330k
R527 R529 (0) Q501, 502 (0.1)
R517 1k 330k 2.2k OSC
C535
C521 C525 2200p
1 C536
47p

C531
0.01
C519 470p C529 2200p
G
330p
R519 47k R536
R537 10k C537 2200p R538 10k 4.7k

22k
C523 1 R521 47k C527 470p
R523 3.3k R534

R533
15k R535
4.7k

HCD-GT111/GT222/GT444/GT555
31 31
HCD-GT111/GT222/GT444/GT555

7-10. PRINTED WIRING BOARD - USB Board - • See page 27 for Circuit Boards Location. • : Uses unleaded solder.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

USB BOARD (COMPONENT SIDE) USB BOARD (CONDUCTOR SIDE)


A

JR902
C902

C903

C904
R928
R921
3 1 R920

R949
R947
C901 R901
IC915 R938
C905
C914

4 5 RB922 RB921 R945


R937 R983
C916 C915 C907
R933

RB924
B
C917

R934 IC921
IC901

RB923
C922

C921

R926
R924 C920
C918 C913 C906
R923

R925
R922
CN901
R986 R981
C908

A A/K K

R904

R944
R905

D902
D901
R985 CN907 K MAIN BOARD
R975 FB902

R943
C909 CN420 K A/K A
R919 R977 R974
C C910
C912
R978
(Page 35)
R973
R941
FB901
A K K A

R916
R917
R979 D903 D904
R972 R902
C919 R932 R942
R971
R906 EP901
X901 R982 R970
R903
R984
21
R976

4 1
CN903
R913
R915

D R907
C930
13 13

1-872-405- (13) 1-872-405- (13)

M 5V REG BOARD
NO050
(CHASSIS)

(Page 34)
USB CONNECTOR BOARD
N NO1001

(Page 46)
• Semiconductor
Location
Ref. No. Location
D901 C-9
D902 C-10
D903 C-9
D904 C-10

IC901 B-8
IC915 B-1
IC921 B-7

HCD-GT111/GT222/GT444/GT555
32 32
HCD-GT111/GT222/GT444/GT555

7-11. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - USB Board - • See page 54 for Waveforms. • See page 54 for IC Block Diagrams. • See page 57 for IC Pin Function Description.

LRCK

CCE

BUCK
UB

RD
LB

WR

BUS3

BUS2

BUS1

BUS0

A16

A15

A14

A13
SRAM-CS
S-RAM
IC921
IS61LV6416-10T
C912 C910 C909
10p 22p 22p

100k

100k

100k

100k
R916 CN907
0 NC NC 21P

R944

R943

R942

R941
A7 A8
A6 A7 CCE R970 100
A6 A9 CCE
A5 A8 R971 100

100k
BUCK

4.7k

4.7k

4.7k

4.7k

4.7k

4.7k
R919

10k
A10 BUCK

0.1
100 A5
A4 A9 BUS3 R972 100
X901
A11 BUS3

R915

R913

C908

R907

R906

R905

R904

R903

R902
9MHz A4
A3 A10 BUS2 R973 100
R917 RB923 WR BUS2
NC WE BUS1 R974 100
0 47
D8 D7 BUS1
I/O8 I/O7 BUS0 R975 100
D9 D6 BUS0
I/O9 I/O6

11 D10

D11
I/O10 I/O5
RB922 47 D5

D4
DVDD+3.3V

DVSS

K
I/O11 I/O4 LRCK R976 100
LRCK
VDD GND USB-RST
USB-RST
RB924
GND VDD ST-REQ
47
D3 ST-REQ MAIN
D12 BOARD
I/O12 I/O3 REQ R977 100
(4/4)

/CCE
BOOT

DVCC
NO USE

NO USE
CS2
LRCK

RD
DVSS

DVSS

/BUCK
D2 REQ

X1

X2

WR

BUS3

BUS2

BUS1

BUS0

A16

A15

A14

A13
SRLUB

SRLLB
AM1
C907 D13
0.1
I/O13 I/O2 GATE R978 100 CN420
FLG R921 100k D14 RB921 47 D1 GATE

C913 0.1 A12 D15


I/O14 I/O1
D0
A-IN R979 100
A-IN
(Page
R920
10k
C914 0.1
DVCC A12
A11 LB
I/O15 I/O0
SRAM-CS
BCK R932 100
BCK 39)
USBOC A11 LB CE USB-SI
EN R922 100k A10 UB A12 USB-SI(RXD)
USBPON A10 UB A11 USB-SO R982 100
R923 27 A9 RD A13 USB-SO(TXD)
D+ A9 OE A12 DI
R924 27 A8 A3 A14 DI(CTS)
D- A8 A2 A13 DO R984 100
A2 A15 DO(RTS)
AM0 DVCC A1 A14 CLOCK
A1 A16 CLK
R928
NO USE DVSS A0 A15 DATA
0
A7 DATA
DVSS A7 C922 C921
0.1 0.1
DO A6
DO A6
DATA R986 100 A5
DATA A5
CLOCK R985 100 A4 CN903
CLOCK A4 5P
USB-SO USB CONTROLLER A3 (USB)
TXD1 A3
USB-SI R981 100 IC901 FB902
TMP92CD28AFG-7AC9 A2

N
RXD1 A2 VBUS
A1
NO USE A1 D-
D904 MAZ8068GMLS0
SDA A0 D+ USB
R926
D903 MAZ8068GMLS0
SCL D15
D15 15k
GND
CONNECTOR
BCK FB901
BOARD
D14
BCK D14 NO1001
A-IN

GATE
R933 0
DATA D13
D13
C920 R925
(Page 47)
D12 0.33 15k C919 C930
GATE D12 0.1 0.33
C915 0.1 R934 10k D11
DVCC D11
REQ D10
REQ D10 EP901
ST-REQ R938 100 D901 D902
D9 MC2837 MC2837
ST-REQ D9
R945 D8 (CHASSIS)
4.7k G-1 D8

G-2 DVCC
R947 4.7k
C917 C918
DVSS DVSS
220 0.33
RVOUT1

RVOUT2
NO USE

NO USE

NO USE

NO USE

NO USE
/RESET

6.3V
DVCC

DVCC

DVCC
DVSS

DVSS
RVIN

RVIN
G-3

C906
D0

D1

D3

D4

D5

D6

D7
S2
DI

0.1 VBUS POWER ON/OFF SWITCH


IC915
R5523N001BTR-F

EN
EN OUT
CN901
C916 2P

M
GND
0.1
FLG USB+5V
FLG IN
GND
5V REG
BOARD
NO050
16V

16V

(Page 34)
10k

100

100

10

10
0.1

0
R901

C902

C903
JR902
C901

R937

R983

D0

D1

D2

D3

D4

D5

D6

D7

R949
4.7k

C904
10 C905
0.1
16V
USB-RST

DI

HCD-GT111/GT222/GT444/GT555
33 33
HCD-GT111/GT222/GT444/GT555
Ver. 1.2

7-12. PRINTED WIRING BOARDS - REG Section - 7-13. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - REG Section -
• See page 27 for Circuit Boards Location. • : Uses unleaded solder.
1 2 3 4 5
1 2
5V REG BOARD
5V REG BOARD
A NO050
2P
IC050
TA7805

A
5.2 11.9
IC050 M
USB+5V
GND
1
R050
3
O
COM
I 1
2

IC050
4.7k 2
3 1
USB
BOARD
JW053 CN901 +5V REGULATOR
R051 C050 C051
(Page 33) 10k 470 0.1
10V
C050
C051

B
D050

CN055
D055 D050 3P
KDR357-RTK/P

P
JW052 MC2838-T112-1
R051

1 UNREG
NO050
R050

2 GND
3 1 12, 13 MAIN
D055

1 2 3 BOARD
REG_PROTECT
CN055 (12, 13) (3/4)
B 1-875-669- NO458
(Page 38)
USB MAIN
BOARD M BOARD
NO458
P
CN901
(Page 32) (Page 35)
C
9V REG BOARD 9V REG BOARD
IC080
1

1
IC080

C080

NO080

G +9V REGULATOR
IC080
NO080
TA7809
C MAIN 3P
3
3

BOARD
G
9 16.8

D
CN600 O I 1 1 UNREG16V
3 COM
C081

(Page 35) 2 GND


C081 2 C080
100 MAIN
0.1 3 M+9V BOARD
11 10V
(3/4)
1-876-329- (11) CN600
(Page 38)

HCD-GT111/GT222/GT444/GT555
34 34
HCD-GT111/GT222/GT444/GT555

7-14. PRINTED WIRING BOARD - MAIN Board - • See page 27 for Circuit Boards Location. • : Uses unleaded solder.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 • Semiconductor Location
(GT222/GT444/GT555) (GT111)
Ref. No. Location Ref. No. Location
(Page 44) (Page 44)
DISPLAY DISPLAY D110 J-7 Q113 I-7
BOARD C V BOARD
CD MECHANISM
CN1101 CN1107 D116 G-9 Q115 G-10
A MAIN BOARD DECK
D201 C-8 Q116 G-9
D202 C-8 Q128 G-10

JR120
JW372 JR114 CN410
C321 (GT222/GT444/GT555) CN403
D211 B-7 Q178 G-10

C697
20
12

21
2
JR112 JW119 D212 B-8 Q210 B-7

JW427

JW261

JW368
13 1 1 31
K

JW431
B E
2 30
JW149 JW220 C698
Q647
JW161 D213 B-7 Q211 B-7

JW297
USB JW185

JR103
JW392
JW347 R652
D468 D-8 Q212 B-6

C687
BOARD C681 R642 R643 JW378
R641 R653 JW397

JW316

JW280
CN907 R649
Q641 Q643 JW315 JW111 A D483 D-8 Q214 B-7

CN420
C566 JW156

JW192
(Page 32)

JW453
JW319 Q640 E B B E Q645 B E Q646 R211
B MIC BOARD
D601 H-5 Q215 B-8

R651
B E CN470

R644
JW223 B E R650

JW430
JW299 JW179 NO700

R645
Q644 B E JW334

JW428
R648 Q215 1
(Page 40) D602 J-6 Q402 I-2

D212
JW377 R656 Q648 R214 8
Q212 E

JW170
JW401 B E

C215
B E C212 D211 B

R212
JW182
2

C211
JW107 R654 E B R218
D605 H-7 Q430 I-2

C216
1

D694
JW188
R210

JW454
JR107
R613 R655 C213 E B
R647 D213 Q211

JW416
R217
JW426 D624 D623
R646
C655 JW281 JW320
E B Q210 Q214 D608 H-7 Q447 E-7

C214
JW233

R614
JW425

R215
D623 C-4 Q452 I-2

R213
JW335 CN402 R216

JW388
JW424 Q655 B
JW269 D651 E Q656 2 8 JW490

R497
JR113

JW248
1 9 JW459
D624 B-3 Q606 H-7

R615
JW124 B E JR118
(Page 31)

JR109
E B

JW174
JW194
JW367 R627 R628
JW128 R495

R617

R616
JW405

JW150
D628 I-6 Q627 C-7

JR362
JW290 Q657 (NC)

Q628
B E
JW329

Q684
JW359
B

JW234
TC BOARD
C678
R657 R664 R390 R683
E B

R395
JW302 JW292
D630 H-3 Q628 C-9

JW355
JW357 R404

JW178
Q627
C

R397
R658 R663

R662

JW252
IC672

B
E B

R681
R391

JW144
JW151 R494

JW285
JR661 JW189 JW362
Q658 JW382 D695
D632 I-2 Q640 B-4

E
JW260 C656 JW155 (GT222/GT444/GT555)

JW423
JW165 1 C499 C498

C576
7 D201

R492
R394
R409
C496 D651 C-4 Q641 B-4

R323

R322
JW142 8

R491
14
JW366 R493

JW284
C416 C410 JW244 CN450
D690 J-10 Q643 B-4

JW264
D202
JW202

X401
JW184 JW126

C412
C664 R393 8 2

JW394
R204
1

JW135

C201
2

R392

GT111:AEP,RU/GT222:AEP:RU/
JW200 9

GT444:AEP,RU,UK/GT555:RU
R411
JW176 1
D691 J-10 Q644 B-4

JW415
C420

JW232
C414 C411

E B Q681
JW105
(GT222/GT444/GT555) JW447

JW358
JW293 JR117

JR104

JR119
JW398
JW158

JW323
JW143

JW437
JW369
R490 R136
D692 E-3 Q645 B-5
C642

JW137 JW286

JW304

JW345
R419

JW166
JW387

1
R417

JW419
L C665 JW390 R422 C483

0
D694 B-7 Q646 B-5
C679

EXCEPT GT111:AEP/

10

R137
C422

JW321
R423 X402 GT222:AEP/GT444:AEP

JW141
C677

JW258
JW246 R671

14 8 C423

R483
JW396

CD JW379

R481
JW414
D695 C-9 Q647 B-5

R581

D483
BOARD C424 R424 R381

JW164
1 7
D

JW438
JW212

JW296
CN201 R480

81
C425 R425 (GT222/GT444/GT555)

IC401
Q648 B-5
JR111

JW108
IC670

80
R576
JW346

(Page 30) R426

JW117
C671 C426

R474
JW313
JR622

JW386

C471
E B
IC251 H-11 Q655 C-4

30
JW353
JW228 JW418

R476

JW435

C119
JW311
R673 R144
R672

JW412
JR121 R325

C299
31
CN430

JW216 R145

C144
R575 C146

C427
Q671

R324
C663 JW356 JW180
IC252 H-10 Q656 C-5

JR629
JW152 C143

JR630

JW263

JW458
JW365

JW134 JW116
R432

R428
R326
C428

R328
C641 R436 R468 R134

JW336
R427
IC253 I-10 Q657 C-5

D468
16 9

JW275
JW120 R431

JW215
JR110

51
R438

JW622
50
C147

R195
R135
JW132

1 8 JW255 R433 R434

C464

C462
JW125 JW406
IC401 D-7 Q658 C-4

R475

C137
JR105 C150

R445
R327 JW197 R435

R446

JW309
IC673

JW294
C145
30
31

IC407 E-10 Q670 I-4

JR115
R466
JW147 JR624 JW102 R467

JW351
R450
C148 C135
C142

JW226
JW253

C131
GT111:AEP/GT222:AEP/
IC602 H-7 Q671 D-4
JW172

R465 JW410
JW371

JW422
JW305
JW110

R675

JW389
JR628 GT444:AEP,UK

C153
R676 R133

R463
C151

R461
JW249

R250
R366
JW121

C133
R346
R132
IC603 I-7 Q681 D-10
JW312

D692 JW199 C152


C154 C149 42

C134
Q696 43

R244
R241
R243
R557
381WJ

R345
JW310
C132
IC670 D-3 Q684 C-10

JW209
E B R440 JW381 R367
JW343

R185 R153 JR623


JW217

JW380
JW399
JW195

E B
JW267

JW235

R242
5
R666

JW148
JW364
JW395

JW324
Q447 JW402 C195 29 JR621 IC672 C-3 Q690 J-10

IC407
1 4 R365 56

JW456

JW159
JW208

C129
C699 IC675 JW291 R184 1 28 IC673 D-3 Q691 J-10

R194
JW175
JW375 C192
C127 IC675 E-7 Q693 J-11

C194
JR363
EXCEPT GT111:AEP/

JW303
ET602
Q694 J-10
JW391

GT222:AEP/GT444:AEP,UK JW457 JW228

JW461

JW247

JW211
JW173

JW198
JW131
JW254
14 15

C187
JW133 JW363
JW167
JW283

JR627
Q110 J-7 Q695 J-10
JW295

R127
JW112

R361
JW106
JW317

JW145
JW393

JW408
JW237

JW201
JW413
JW307
JW227
JW238

F R187
JR626
C128 Q111 J-7 Q696 E-3

JW265

C177
Q112 I-7 Q697 K-10

C178
(GT444/GT555)
JW338 JW376 JW420

C185
C183
JW444
C451 C182
(CHASSIS) JW299 C109
JW153 JW330 JW314 R177

C123
JW219 R201 R178

R179
C184 C121
JW421
JW213