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SERVICE MANUAL 100999 IMPORTANT NOTICE This manual has been provided for the use of authorized YAMAHA Retailers and their service personnel. It has been assumed that basic service procedures inherent to the industry, and more specifically YAMAHA Products, are already known and understood by the users, and have therefore not been restated. WARNING: Failure to follow appropriate service and safety procedures when servicing this product may result in personal injury, destruction of expensive components, and failure of the product to perform as specified. For these reasons, we advise all YAMAHA product owners that any service required should be performed by an authorized YAMAHA Retailer or the appointed service representative. IMPORTANT: The presentation or sale of this manual to any individual or firm does not constitute authorization, certification or recognition of any applicable technical capabilities, or establish a principle-agent relationship of any form. The data provided is believed to be accurate and applicable to the unit(s) indicated on the cover. The research, engineering, and service departments of YAMAHA are continually striving to improve YAMAHA products. Modifications are, therefore, inevitable and specifications are subject to change without notice or obligation to retrofit. Should any discrepancy appear to exist, please contact the distributor's Service Division. WARNING: Static discharges can destroy expensive components. Discharge any static electricity your body may have accumulated by grounding yourself to the ground buss in the unit (heavy gauge black wires connect to this buss). IMPORTANT: Turn the unit OFF during disassembly and part replacement. Recheck all work before you apply power to the unit. CONTENTS TO SERVICE PERSONNEL ...................................... 2–3 FRONT PANELS ........................................................ 3–5 REAR PANELS .......................................................... 5–8 REMOTE CONTROL PANELS ...................................... 9 SPECIFICATIONS / 参考仕様 ................................ 10–12 INTERNAL VIEW ......................................................... 13 DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURES / 分解手順 ......... 14–17 SELF DIAGNOSIS FUNCTION (DIAG) / 自己診断機能(ダイアグ) ........................................ 18–42 AMP ADJUSTMENT / アンプ部調整 ........................... 43 DISPLAY DATA ..................................................... 44–45 IC DATA ................................................................. 46–55 PIN CONNECTION DIAGRAM .............................. 56–57 BLOCK DIAGRAMS .............................................. 59–61 PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS ................................ 62–78 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS ...................................... 79–89 REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST ............................ 91–120 REMOTE CONTROL .................................................. 121 ADVANCED SETUP .................................................. 122 P.O.Box 1, Hamamatsu, Japan AV RECEIVER/AV AMPLIFIER 2006 All rights reserved. This manual is copyrighted by YAMAHA and may not be copied or redistributed either in print or electronically without permission. RX-V659/HTR-5960 DSP-AX759/DSP-AX759SE RX-V659/HTR-5960 DSP-AX759/DSP-AX759SE '06.02

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    IMPORTANT NOTICEThis manual has been provided for the use of authorized YAMAHA Retailers and their service personnel.It has been assumed that basic service procedures inherent to the industry, and more specifically YAMAHA Products, are alreadyknown and understood by the users, and have therefore not been restated.WARNING: Failure to follow appropriate service and safety procedures when servicing this product may result in personal

    injury, destruction of expensive components, and failure of the product to perform as specified. For these reasons,we advise all YAMAHA product owners that any service required should be performed by an authorizedYAMAHA Retailer or the appointed service representative.

    IMPORTANT: The presentation or sale of this manual to any individual or firm does not constitute authorization, certification orrecognition of any applicable technical capabilities, or establish a principle-agent relationship of any form.

    The data provided is believed to be accurate and applicable to the unit(s) indicated on the cover. The research, engineering, andservice departments of YAMAHA are continually striving to improve YAMAHA products. Modifications are, therefore, inevitableand specifications are subject to change without notice or obligation to retrofit. Should any discrepancy appear to exist, pleasecontact the distributor's Service Division.WARNING: Static discharges can destroy expensive components. Discharge any static electricity your body may have

    accumulated by grounding yourself to the ground buss in the unit (heavy gauge black wires connect to this buss).IMPORTANT: Turn the unit OFF during disassembly and part replacement. Recheck all work before you apply power to the unit.

    CONTENTSTO SERVICE PERSONNEL ...................................... 23FRONT PANELS ........................................................ 35REAR PANELS .......................................................... 58REMOTE CONTROL PANELS ...................................... 9SPECIFICATIONS / ................................ 1012INTERNAL VIEW ......................................................... 13DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURES / ......... 1417SELF DIAGNOSIS FUNCTION (DIAG) /........................................ 1842AMP ADJUSTMENT / ........................... 43

    DISPLAY DATA ..................................................... 4445IC DATA ................................................................. 4655PIN CONNECTION DIAGRAM .............................. 5657BLOCK DIAGRAMS .............................................. 5961PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS................................ 6278SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS ...................................... 7989REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST ............................ 91120REMOTE CONTROL.................................................. 121ADVANCED SETUP .................................................. 122

    P.O.Box 1, Hamamatsu, Japan

    AV RECEIVER/AV AMPLIFIER

    2006 All rights reserved.This manual is copyrighted by YAMAHA and may not be copied or

    redistributed either in print or electronically without permission.

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    WARNING: CHEMICAL CONTENT NOTICE!The solder used in the production of this product contains LEAD. In addition, other electrical/electronic and/orplastic (where applicable) components may also contain traces of chemicals found by the California Health andWelfare Agency (and possibly other entities) to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm.DO NOT PLACE SOLDER, ELECTRICAL/ELECTRONIC OR PLASTIC COMPONENTS IN YOUR MOUTH FOR ANYREASON WHATSOEVER!

    Avoid prolonged, unprotected contact between solder and your skin! When soldering, do not inhale solder fumes orexpose eyes to solder/flux vapor!

    If you come in contact with solder or components located inside the enclosure of this product, wash your handsbefore handling food.

    1. Critical Components InformationComponents having special characteristics are marked sand must be replaced with parts having specifications equal tothose originally installed.

    2. Leakage Current Measurement (For 120V Models Only)When service has been completed, it is imperative to verifythat all exposed conductive surfaces are properly insulatedfrom supply circuits.

    Meter impedance should be equivalent to 1500 ohms shuntedby 0.15F.

    Leakage current must not exceed 0.5mA.

    CAUTIONF651, 652: FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION AGAINST RISK OF FIRE, REPLACE ONLY WITH SAME TYPE10A, 125V FUSE.CAUTIONF651, 652: REPLACE WITH SAME TYPE 10A, 125V FUSE.ATTENTIONF651, 652: UTILISER UN FUSIBLE DE RECHANGE DE MEME TYPE DE 10A, 125V.

    The P.C.B.s installed in this unit are soldered using thefollowing solder.

    About Lead Free Solder /

    Side A

    Side B

    SMT REFLOW Process

    MI FLOW Process

    Solder Dip

    Be sure to test for leakage with the AC plug in bothpolarities.

    DSP P.C.B.OPERATION P.C.B.MAIN P.C.B.POWER P.C.B.SUBTRANS P.C.B.VIDEO P.C.B.

    SIDE A / Alead free solder /

    lead free solder /

    SIDE B / Blead free solder / lead free solder / lead free solder / lead free solder / lead free solder / lead free solder /

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    Among some types of lead free solder currently available,it is recommended to use one of the following types for therepair work.

    Sn + Ag + Cu (tin + silver + copper) Sn + Cu (tin + copper) Sn + Zn + Bi (tin + zinc + bismuth)

    Caution:1. As the melting point temperature of the lead free solder is

    about 30C to 40C (50F to 70F) higher than that of the leadsolder, be sure to use a soldering iron suitable to each solder.

    2. If lead solder must be used, be sure to remove lead free solderfrom each terminal section of the parts to be replaced andfrom the area around it completely before soldering, or makesure that the lead free solder and lead solder melt togetherfully.

    FRONT PANELSRX-V659 (U, C models)

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    REMOTE CONTROL PANELSRAV321

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    SPECIFICATIONS / Audio Section / Minimum RMS Output Power (Power Amp. Section) / ()[RX-V659/DSP-AX759SE](20 Hz to 20 kHz, 0.06 % THD, 8 ohms)FRONT L/R ............................................................ 100 W + 100 WCENTER ............................................................................... 100 WSURROUND L/R ................................................... 100 W + 100 WSURROUND BACK L/R ........................................ 100 W + 100 W

    [HTR-5960](1 kHz, 0.7 % THD, 8 ohms)FRONT L/R ............................................................ 115 W + 115 WCENTER ............................................................................... 115 WSURROUND L/R ................................................... 115 W + 115 WSURROUND BACK L/R ........................................ 115 W + 115 W

    [DSP-AX759](20 Hz to 20 kHz, 0.09 % THD, 6 ohms)FRONT L/R ............................................................ 100 W + 100 WCENTER ............................................................................... 100 WSURROUND L/R ................................................... 100 W + 100 WSURROUND BACK L/R ........................................ 100 W + 100 W

    Maximum Power / (EIAJ) (1 kHz, 10 % THD)[RX-V659/HTR-5960] (R, T, K, L models)

    FRONT L/R (8 ohms) ........................................................... 140 WCENTER (8 ohms) ............................................................... 140 WSURROUND L/R (8 ohms) ................................................... 140 WSURROUND BACK L/R (8 ohms) ........................................ 140 W

    [DSP-AX759]FRONT L/R (6 ohms) ........................................................... 140 WCENTER (6 ohms) ............................................................... 140 WSURROUND L/R (6 ohms) ................................................... 140 WSURROUND BACK L/R (6 ohms) ........................................ 140 W

    Maximum Power Per Channel / MAX(Sp impedance set: 8 ohms minimum/1 kHz, 0.7 % THD 4ohms)[RX-V659/DSP-AX759SE] (B, G, E, L models)

    FRONT L/R ............................................................ 150 W + 150 WCENTER ............................................................................... 150 WSURROUND L/R ................................................... 150 W + 150 WSURROUND BACK L/R ........................................ 150 W + 150 W

    IEC Power / IEC (1 kHz, 0.06 % THD 8ohms)[RX-V659/DSP-AX759SE] (B, G, E, L models)

    FRONT L/R ............................................................ 110 W + 110 WDynamic Power Per Channel / (IHF)[RX-V659/HTR-5960/DSP-AX759SE]

    FRONT L/R (8/6/4/2 ohms) ............................. 135/170/200/245 W[DSP-AX759]

    FRONT L/R (8/6/4/2 ohms) ................................. /140/170/215 WDynamic Headroom / (8 ohms)[RX-V659/HTR-5960] (U, C models) .................................... 1.30 dB

    Damping Factor / FRONT L/R (20 Hz to 20 kHz, SPEAKER-A 8ohms) .... 120 or more

    Input Sensitivity/Input Impedance / /PHONO (MM) .................................................. 3.5 mV / 47 k-ohmsCD, etc. ........................................................... 200 mV / 47 k-ohmsMULTI CH INFRONT L/R, CENTER, SURROUND L/R, SURROUND BACK L/R,SUBWOOFER

    .................................................................. 200 mV / 47 k-ohmsMaximum Input Signal Level / (1 kHz, 0.1% THD)

    PHONO (MM) .......................................................... 60 mV or more(1 kHz, 0.5% THD)

    CD, etc. (Effect on) .................................................... 2.3 V or moreOutput Level/Output Impedance / /

    REC OUT....................................................... 200 mV / 1.2 k-ohmsPRE OUT .............................................................. 2 V / 1.2 k-ohmsSUBWOOFER (2ch STEREO & FRONT SP: Small)

    ........................................................................ 4 V / 1.7 k-ohms[RX-V659/DSP-AX759]

    ZONE2 OUT .................................................. 200 mV / 1.2 k-ohms

    Headphone Jack Rated Output/Impedance / /

    CD, etc. (1 kHz, 50 mV, 8 ohms) .................... 150 mV / 100 ohmsFrequency Response /

    CD, etc. to FRONT L/R (10 Hz to 100 kHz) .................. +0/-3.0 dBRIAA Equalization Deviation / RIAA (50 W, 8 ohms)

    PHONO (MM) ................................................................. 0 0.5 dBTotal Harmonic Distortion / (20 to 20 kHz, 1 V)

    PHONO (MM) to REC OUT ..................................... 0.02 % or less(20 to 20 kHz, 50 W/8 ohms)

    CD, etc. (2ch STEREO) to FRONT L/R SP OUT .... 0.06 % or lessSignal to Noise Ratio / (IHF-A Network)

    CD, etc. (Input shorted) SP OUT250 mV ................................................................. 100 dB or more

    PHONO (MM) (Input shorted) REC OUT(U, C, R, T models)

    5 mV .................................................................... 86 dB or more(K, A, B, G, E, L models)

    5 mV .................................................................... 81 dB or more(J model)

    2.5 mV ................................................................. 80 dB or moreResidual Noise / (IHF-A Network)

    FRONT L/R SP OUT ............................................... 150 V or lessChannel Separation /

    PHONO (Input shorted, 1 kHz/10 kHz)................................................... 60 dB or more/55 dB or more

    CD, etc. (Input 5.1 k-ohms shorted, 1 kHz/10 kHz)................................................... 60 dB or more/45 dB or more

    Tone Control Characteristics / BASS

    Boost/Cut ............................................................... 6 dB (50 Hz)Turnover freqency ............................................................ 350 Hz

    TREBLEBoost/Cut ............................................................. 6 dB (20 kHz)Turnover freqency ........................................................... 3.5 kHz

    Filter Characteristics / FRONT L/R, CENTER, SURROUND L/R, SURROUND BACK L/RSP Small (H.P.F.)

    ............ fc= 40/60/80/90/100/110/120/160/200 Hz / 12 dB/oct.SUBWOOFER (L.P.F.)

    ............ fc= 40/60/80/90/100/110/120/160/200 Hz / 24 dB/oct.

    Video Section / Video Signal Type (Gray Back) /

    U, C, R, K, J models .............................................................. NTSCT, A, B, G, E, L models ............................................................ PAL

    Video Signal Type (Video Conversion) /

    U, C, R, T, K, A, B, G, E, L, J models ........................... NTSC/PALComposite Video Signal Level /

    ....................................................................... 1 Vp-p / 75 ohmsS-Video Signal Level / S

    Y ........................................................................... 1 Vp-p / 75 ohmsC ................................................................... 0.286 Vp-p / 75 ohms

    Component Signal Level / Y ........................................................................... 1 Vp-p / 75 ohmsCb/Cr ................................................................ 0.7 Vp-p / 75 ohms

    D4-Video Signal Level / D4 (J model)Y ........................................................................... 1 Vp-p / 75 ohmsCb/Cr ................................................................ 0.7 Vp-p / 75 ohms

    Video Maximum Input Level / VIDEO CONV. OFF ............................................. 1.5 Vp-p or more

    Signal to Noise Ratio / ........................ 50 dB or moreMonitor Out Frequency Response / (VIDEO CONV. OFF)

    Component video signal level ..................... 5 Hz to 60 MHz, -3 dBD4-video signal level (J model) ................... 5 Hz to 60 MHz, -3 dB

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    FM Section / FMTuning Range /

    U, C models ....................................................... 87.5 to 107.9 MHzR, L models .......................... 87.5 to 108.0 / 87.50 to 108.00 MHzT, K, A, B, G, E models ................................. 87.50 to 108.00 MHzJ model ................................................................ 76.0 to 90.0 MHz

    50 dB Quieting Sensitivity / 50 dB SN (IHF) (1 kHz, 100 % Mod.)Mono / Stereo ........................ 2.0 V (17.3 dBf) / 25 V (39.2 dBf)

    Usable Sensitivity / (IHF)Mono .................................................................... 1.0 V (11.2 dBf)

    Selectivity / (at 400 kHz) ............................................. 70 dBSignal to Noise Ratio / (IHF)

    Mono / Stereo ............................................................ 76 dB / 70 dBHarmonic Distortion / (1 kHz)

    Mono/Stereo .................................................................. 0.2 / 0.3 %Stereo Separation /

    1 kHz ...................................................................................... 42 dBFrequency Response /

    20 Hz to 15 kHz ............................................................ +0.5 / -2 dBAntenna Input / ......................... 75 ohms anbalanced

    AM Section / AMTuning Range /

    U, C models ......................................................... 530 to 1,710 kHzR, L models ................................. 530 to 1,710 / 531 to 1,611 kHzT, K, A, B, G, E, J models ................................... 531 to 1,611 kHz

    Usable Sensitivity / ............................................ 300 V/mAntenna / .............................................. Loop antenna

    General / Power Supply /

    U, C models ..........................................................AC 120 V, 60 HzR model .............................. AC 110/120/220/230-240 V, 50/60 HzT model .................................................................AC 220 V, 50 HzK model .................................................................AC 220 V, 60 HzA model .................................................................AC 240 V, 50 HzB, G, E models .....................................................AC 230 V, 50 HzL model ............................................. AC 220/230-240 V, 50/60 HzJ model ............................................................ AC 100V, 50/60 Hz

    Power Consumption / U, C models ........................................................... 400 W / 500 VAR, T, K, A, B, G, E, L models ............................................... 440 WJ model ................................................................................. 300 W

    Standby Power Consumption (reference data) / ......................................................................................... 0.1 W

    Maximum Power Consumption (R model)6ch drive, 10 % THD ............................................................ 850 W

    AC Outlets / AC2 Switched outletsU, C, T, J models ................................................. 100 W max. totalR, G, E, L models .................................................. 50 W max. total

    1 Switched outletA, B models ................................................................. 100 W max.

    Dimensions / (W x H x D)[RX-V659/DSP-AX759/DSP-AX759SE]

    ...................... 435 x 171 x 421 mm (17-1/8" x 6-3/4" x 16-9/16")[HTR-5960]

    ........................ 435 x 171 x 419 mm (17-1/8" x 6-3/4" x 16-1/2")Weight / [RX-V659/DSP-AX759/DSP-AX759SE]

    .................................................................. 12.3 kg (27 lbs. 1 oz.)[HTR-5960]

    ........................................................................... 11.8 kg (26 lbs.)

    Finish / [RX-V659]

    Gold color ................................................................ R, T, K modelsBlack color ................................................ U, C, R, A, G, E modelsTitanium color ............................................ C, R, K, G, E, L models

    [HTR-5960]Black color ................................................................... U, C modelsSilver color .............................................................. U, C, A models

    [DSP-AX759]Gold color ........................................................................... J model

    [DSP-AX759SE]Black color ......................................................................... B modelTitanium color .................................................................... B model

    Accessories / Remote control x 1, Batteries x 2, Indoor FM antenna x 1 (U, C, R, T,K, A, G, E, L, J models), AM loop antenna x 1 (U, C, R, T, K, A, G, E,L, J models), Optimizer microphone x 1

    * Specifications are subject to change without notice due to productimprovements.

    U .......... U.S.A. model C ...... Canadian modelR .......... General model T ....... Chinese modelK .......... Korean model A ...... Australian modelB .......... British model G ...... European modelE .......... South European model L ....... Singapore modelJ ........... Japanese model

    Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories.Dolby, Pro Logic, and the double-D symbol are trademarks ofDolby Laboratories.PRO LOGICSurround EXD

    Manufactured under license from Digital Theater Systems, Inc.DTS, DTS-ES, NEO:6, and DTS 96/24 are trademarks ofDigital Theater Systems, Inc. Copyright 1996, 2003 DigitalTheater Systems, Inc. All right reserved.DTSDTS-ES Extended SurroundNEO:6DTS96/24

    iPod is a trademark of Apple Computer, Inc., registered in theU.S. and other countries.iPodApple Computer, Inc.

    SILENT CINEMA is a trademark of YAMAHA CORPORATION.SILENT CINEMA

    The XM name and related logos are registered trademarks of XMSatellite Radio Inc.

    Neural Surround name and related logos are trademarksowned by Neural Audio Corporation.

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    RX-V659/HTR-5960DSP-AX759/DSP-AX759SE

    RX-V659/HTR-5960

    DSP-AX759/DSP-AX759SE

    SUBTRANS (3) P.C.B.MAIN (2) P.C.B. SUBTRANS (5) P.C.B. (R, L models)FM/AM TUNER (U, C, R, T, K, A, G, E, L, J models)MAIN (4) P.C.B.MAIN (3) P.C.B.SUBTRANS (6) P.C.B. (U, C, R, T, K, A, G, E, L, J models)SUBTRANS (2) P.C.B.SUBTRANS (7) P.C.B.VIDEO (2) P.C.B.VIDEO (3) P.C.B.VIDEO (1) P.C.B.DSP P.C.B.SUBTRANS (1) P.C.B.POWER (2) P.C.B.MAIN (5) P.C.B.POWER (1) P.C.B.MAIN (1) P.C.B.SUBTRANS (4) P.C.B.Power Transformer

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    INTERNAL VIEW

    HTR-5960

    RX-V659, DSP-AX759, DSP-AX759SE

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    RX-V659/HTR-5960DSP-AX759/DSP-AX759SE

    RX-

    V659

    /HTR

    -596

    0D

    SP-A

    X759

    /DSP

    -AX7

    59SE

    DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURES /

    Fig. 1

    (Remove parts in the order as numbered.)Disconnect the power cable from the AC outlet.

    1. Removal of Top Covera. Remove 4 screws (1), 4 screws (2) and 1 screw (3).

    (Fig. 1)b. Slide the Top Cover rearward to remove it. (Fig. 1)

    2. Removal of Front Panel Unita. Remove 2 Knobs. (Fig. 1)b. Remove 1 screw (4) and then remove the Support Top.

    (Fig. 1)c. Remove 6 screws (5). (Fig. 1)d. Remove the Front Panel Unit. (Fig. 1)

    3. Removal of Plate Sidea. Remove 2 push rivets (6). (Fig. 1)b. Remove the Plate Side L/R. (Fig. 1)

    4. Removal of Sub Chassis Unita. Remove 2 screws (7) and then slide the Sub Chassis

    Unit forward. (Fig. 1)b. Loosen the harness fixture fixing the cable. (Fig. 1)c. Remove CB502, CB533, CB606, CB609 and CB775.

    (Fig. 1)d. Remove the Sub Chassis Unit. (Fig. 1)

    RX-V659/DSP-AX759/DSP-AX759SE

    AC

    1. a. 142431Fig. 1b. Fig. 1

    2. a. 2Fig. 1b. 41Fig. 1c. 56 Fig. 1d. Fig. 1

    3. L/Ra. 62Fig. 1b. L/RFig. 1

    4. a. 72Fig. 1

    b. c. CB502CB533CB606CB609CB775Fig. 1

    d. Fig. 1

    1

    1

    2

    2

    3

    4

    5

    5

    6

    6

    7

    7

    Top Cover

    CB775

    CB502

    CB606

    CB609CB533

    CB863

    Plate Side R R

    Plate Side L L

    Front Panel Unit

    Sub Chassis Unit

    Support Top

    Knob

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    RX-V659/HTR-5960DSP-AX759/DSP-AX759SE

    8

    9

    DSP P.C.B.

    SUBTRANS (2) P.C.B.

    SUBTRANS (7) P.C.B.

    VIDEO (1) P.C.B.

    VIDEO (2) P.C.B.

    VIDEO (3) P.C.B.

    SUBTRANS (1) P.C.B.

    Support / DSP / DSP

    CB770 CB763

    CB771

    CB773

    CB774

    CB607

    CB357

    CB302

    CB608

    5. Removal of DSP, VIDEO (1)-(3) and SUBTRANS (1),(2), (7) P.C.B.s

    a. Remove 1 screw (8) and 1 screw (9). (Fig. 3)b. Remove the Support/DSP. (Fig. 2)c. Remove 26 screws (U, C models)/25 screws (R, T, K,

    A, B, G, E, L models) (0). (Fig. 3)d. Remove CB302, CB357, CB607, CB608, CB763,

    CB770, CB771, CB773 and CB774. (Fig. 2)e. Remove the DSP, VIDEO (1)-(3) and SUBTRANS (1),

    (2), (7) P.C.B.s. (Fig. 3)

    5. DSPVIDEO13SUBTRANS127P.C.B.

    a. 8191(Fig. 3b. /DSPFig. 2c. 029(Fig. 4d. CB302CB357CB607CB608CB763CB770CB771CB773CB774Fig. 2

    e. DSPVIDEO13SUBTRANS127P.C.B.Fig. 3

    Fig. 3

    6. MAIN2P.C.B.6. Operation check of MAIN (2) P.C.B.P.C.B.

    P.C.B.P.C.B.GND

    When checking the P.C.B.: Reconnect all cables (connectors) that have been

    disconnected. When connecting the flat cable, use care for the

    polarity. The P.C.B. removed from the chassis does not work

    because its grounding is loose. Be sure to connectthe ground of each P.C.B. to the chassis or GNDwith a ground lead or the like.

    A

    0 J modelU, C models 0

    0

    DB C

    Fig. 2

    Fig. 4

    Fig. 5

    MAIN (2) P.C.B.

    G120

    Cloth

    Ground leadGround lead

    Fig. 6

    a. Remove the Top Cover. (Fig. 1)b. Remove 1 screw (8). (Fig. 3)c. Remove 3 screws (A). (Fig. 4)d. Remove 1 screw (B), 1 screw (C) and 1 screw (D).e. Loosen the harness fixture fixing the cable.f. Holding the rear panel, raise the MAIN (2) P.C.B. so

    that its bottom face can be seen. (Fig. 6)g. Put an insulating sheet under the P.C.B. before per-

    forming any checks for proper operation.

    a. Fig. 1b. 81Fig. 3c. A3Fig. 4d. B1C1D1Fig. 5e. f. MAIN2P.C.B.Fig. 6

    g. P.C.B.

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    6

    7

    DSP P.C.B.

    SUBTRANS (2) P.C.B.

    SUBTRANS (7) P.C.B.

    VIDEO (1) P.C.B.

    VIDEO (2) P.C.B.

    VIDEO (3) P.C.B.

    SUBTRANS (1) P.C.B.

    Support / DSP

    DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURESHTR-5960

    Fig. 1

    (Remove parts in the order as numbered.)Disconnect the power cable from the AC outlet.

    1. Removal of Top Covera. Remove 4 screws (1), 4 screws (2) and 1 screw (3).

    (Fig. 1)b. Slide the Top Cover rearward to remove it. (Fig. 1)

    2. Removal of Front Panel Unita. Remove 7 screws (4), 1 screw (5) and then slide the

    Front Panel Unit forward. (Fig. 1)b. Loosen the harness fixture fixing the cable.c. Remove CB502, CB533, CB606, CB609, CB775 and

    CB863. (Fig. 1)d. Remove the Front Panel Unit. (Fig. 1)

    Fig. 2

    F

    G

    G

    E

    E

    MAIN (5) P.C.B.

    MAIN (1) P.C.B.

    POWER (1) P.C.B.POWER (2) P.C.B.

    CB354

    CB691 (U, C models)CB692 (R, T, K, A, B, G, E, L, J models)

    SUBTRANS (4) P.C.B.

    Cloth

    G1

    Ground lead

    MAIN (1) P.C.B.

    7. MAIN15POWER12SUBTRANS4P.C.B.

    a. CB354CB692Fig. 7b. E2Fig. 7 E

    c. F2G2Fig. 7d. MAIN15POWER12SUBTRANS4P.C.B.(Fig. 7)

    7. Removal of MAIN (1), (5), POWER (1), (2) andSUBTRANS (4) P.C.B.s

    a. Remove connector CB354 CB691 (U, C models)/CB692 (R, T, K, A, B, G, E, L, J models). (Fig. 7)

    b. Remove 2 screws (E). (Fig. 7)* Arrow marks () are printed to identify the screws

    (E) to be removed.c. Remove 2 screws (F) and 2 screws (G). (Fig. 7)d. Remove the MAIN (1), (5), POWER (1), (2) and

    SUBTRANS (4) P.C.B.s. (Fig. 7)

    Fig. 8

    Fig. 7

    P.C.B. MAIN15POWER12SUBTRANS4P.C.BFig. 8

    P.C.B.P.C.B.GND

    When checking the P.C.B.: Put a Cloth over the equipment. Put the MAIN (1), (5),

    POWER (1), (2) and SUBTRANS (4) P.C.B.s togetherwith the heat sink upright on the Cloth and checkthem. (Fig. 8)

    Reconnect all cables (connectors) that have beendisconnected.

    When connecting the flat cable, use care for thepolarity.

    The P.C.B. removed from the chassis does not workbecause its grounding is loose. Be sure to connectthe ground of each P.C.B. to the chassis or GNDwith a ground lead or the like.

    1

    1

    2

    2

    3

    4

    4

    4

    5

    Top Cover

    CB775

    CB502

    CB606

    CB609CB533

    CB863

    Front Panel Unit

    CB770 CB763

    CB771

    CB773

    CB607

    CB357

    CB302

    CB608

    3. Removal of DSP, VIDEO (1)-(3) and SUBTRANS (1),(2), (7) P.C.B.s

    a. Remove 1 screw (6) and 1 screw (7). (Fig. 3)b. Remove 25 screws (U, C models)/24 screws (A model)

    (8). (Fig. 4)c. Remove the Support/DSP. (Fig. 3)d. Remove CB302, CB357, CB607, CB608, CB763,

    CB770, CB771, CB773 and CB774. (Fig. 2)e. Remove the DSP, VIDEO (1)-(3) and SUBTRANS (1),

    (2), (7) P.C.B.s. (Fig. 3)

    Fig. 3

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    RX-V659/HTR-5960DSP-AX759/DSP-AX759SE

    Fig. 4

    Fig. 6

    Fig. 8

    4. Operation check of MAIN (2) P.C.B.a. Remove the Top Cover. (Fig. 1)b. Remove 1 screw (6). (Fig. 3)c. Remove 3 screws (9). (Fig. 4)d. Remove 1 screw (0), 1 screw (A) and 1 screw (B).e. Loosen the harness fixture fixing the cable.f. Holding the rear panel, raise the MAIN (2) P.C.B. so

    that its bottom face can be seen. (Fig. 6)g. Put an insulating sheet under the P.C.B. before per-

    forming any checks for proper operation.

    5. Removal of MAIN (1), (5), POWER (1), (2) andSUBTRANS (4) P.C.B.s

    a. Remove connector CB354 and CB691 (U, C models)/CB692 (R, T, K, A, B, G, E, L, J models). (Fig. 7)

    b. Remove 2 screws (C). (Fig. 7)* Arrow marks () are printed to identify the screws

    (C) to be removed.c. Remove 2 screws (D) and 2 screws (E). (Fig. 7)d. Remove the MAIN (1), (5), POWER (1), (2) and

    SUBTRANS (4) P.C.B.s. (Fig. 7)

    When checking the P.C.B.: Put a Cloth over the equipment. Put the MAIN (1), (5), POWER (1), (2) and SUBTRANS (4) P.C.B.s together with the

    heat sink upright on the Cloth and check them. (Fig. 8) Reconnect all cables (connectors) that have been disconnected. When connecting the flat cable, use care for the polarity. The P.C.B. removed from the chassis does not work because its grounding is loose. Be sure to connect the ground of

    each P.C.B. to the chassis or GND with a ground lead or the like.

    9

    8 U, C models 8

    8

    B0 A

    D

    E

    E

    C

    C

    MAIN (5) P.C.B

    MAIN (1) P.C.B

    POWER (1) P.C.BPOWER (2) P.C.B

    CB354

    CB691 (U, C models)CB692 (A model)

    SUBTRANS (4) P.C.B.

    Cloth

    G1

    Ground lead

    MAIN (1) P.C.B

    When checking the P.C.B.: Reconnect all cables (connectors) that have been

    disconnected. When connecting the flat cable, use care for the

    polarity. The P.C.B. removed from the chassis does not work

    because its grounding is loose. Be sure to connectthe ground of each P.C.B. to the chassis or GNDwith a ground lead or the like.

    Fig. 5

    Fig. 7

    MAIN (2) P.C.B.

    G120

    Cloth

    Ground lead Ground lead

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    SELF DIAGNOSIS FUNCTION (DIAG)This unit has self diagnosis functions that are intended forinspection, measurement and location of faulty point.There are 23 DIAG menu items, each of which has sub-menu items.Listed in the table below are menu items and sub-menuitems.Note that not all menu items listed will apply to the modelscovered in this service manual.

    23

    BYPASS

    RAM THR

    PRO LOGICSPEAKERS SET

    XCH-INPUT

    MIC CHECK

    DISPLAY CHECK

    MANUAL TEST

    FACTORY PRESET

    AD DATA CHECK

    VIDEO

    XM STATUS(U,C models)

    1

    2

    34

    5

    6

    7

    8

    9

    10

    11

    12

    No. MAIN MENU1. ANALOG BYPASS2. DSP BYPASS1. RAM MARGIN2. RAM FULL BIT1. Pro Logic1. FRONT : SMALL 0dB2. CENTER : NONE3. LFE/B : FRNT4. Pres Mix : 5ch5. Front GAIN 16. Front GAIN 27. Zone2 Amp ON1. XCH_INPUT_62. XCH_INPUT_83. LIMIT SET (Not applied to these models / )1. MIC CHECK --dB

    1. STRAIGHT (Initial display)2. VFD DISP OFF / OSD OFF3. VFD DISP ALL / OSD CHARACTER PATTERN4. VFD DIMMER / OSD CHARACTER PATTERN5. CHECK PATTERN / OSD CHARACTER PATTERN1. TEST ALL2. TEST FRNT L3. TEST CENTER4. TEST FRNT R5. TEST SURR R6. TEST SB R7. TEST SB L8. TEST SURR L9. TEST PRES L

    10. TEST PRES R11. TEST LFE1. PRESET INHI (memory initialization inhibited)2. PRESET RSRV (memory initialized)1. PS1/PS22. DC/TH3. IMP SW/POWER LIMITER DISP4. PANEL KEY1. I2C Read Check2. DIGITAL THR CVBS3. DIGITAL THR Y/C4. ANALOG BYPASS5. TEST PATTERN6. LOOP BACK CVBS (Not applied to these models / )7. LOOP BACK Y/C (Not applied to these models / )1. 1k -1dB / 44.1k2. 1k -61dB / 44.1k3. Mute / 44.1k4. XM Tone / 44.1k5. ISO Tone / 44.1k6. 1k -1dB / 32k7. 1k -61dB / 32k8. Mute / 32k

    SUB MENU

    No. MAIN MENU SUB MENU

    iPod

    IF STATUS

    DSP BUS CHECK

    SWFR CUT OFF (Not applied tothese models / )PROTECTION SETTING(Not applied to these models / )

    PROTECTION HISTORY

    SOFT SW

    ROM VER / SUM / PORT

    TI (DSP) BOOT (Not applied tothese models / )

    13

    16

    17

    18

    19

    20

    21

    22

    23

    9. XM Tone / 32k10. ISO Tone / 32k11. XM / DT Bus Power : OFF1. DOCK : OK/NG

    1. DSP STATUS (5Byte)2. DECODE MODE (2Byte) (Not applied to these models / )3. DIR INFO (5Byte) (Not applied to these models / )4. Pc (2Byte) (Not applied to these models / )5. CHS 1 (5Byte) (Not applied to these models / )6. CHS 2 (1Byte) (Not applied to these models / )7. DEC INFO (5Byte) (Not applied to these models / )8. BSI 1 (5Byte) (Not applied to these models / )9. BSI 2 (5Byte) (Not applied to these models / )

    10. BSI 3 (5Byte) (Not applied to these models / )11. BSI 4 (5Byte) (Not applied to these models / )12. BSI 5 (5Byte) (Not applied to these models / )13. BSI 6 (5Byte) (Not applied to these models / )14. BSI 7 (5Byte) (Not applied to these models / )15. BSI 8 (1Byte) (Not applied to these models / )16. Mute Trigger (5Byte) (Not applied to these models / )17. Digital Info (5Byte) (Not applied to these models / )1. TI (DSP) BUS CHECK2. RDS IC CHECK1. L CUT OFF2. H CUT OFF1. PS L2. PS H3. DC L4. DC H5. TEMP6. PL_J_8_L7. PL_J_8_H8. PL_U_8_L9. PL_U_8_H

    10. PL_U_N_L11. PL_U_N_H12. PL_G_8_L13. PL_G_8_H14. PL_G_N_L15. PL_G_N_H1. HISTORY 12. HISTORY 23. HISTORY 34. HISTORY 41. SW MODE : PCB/MODEL/FNC2. MODEL : 759SE-59353. DEST. : J/U/C/R/T/K/A/B/GE/L4. TUNER DEST : J/UC/ATKBG/RL5. TUNER TYPE : NRM/RDS/XM6. VIDEO FORMAT : NTSC/PAL7. ZONE2 EXIST : EXIST/NOT8. AAC EXIST : EXIST/NOT9. TUNER EXIST : EXIST/NOT

    10. ZONE2 AMP EXIST : EXIST/NOT11. OSD EXIST : EXIST/NOT12. YPAO EXIST : EXIST/NOT1. MICROPROCESSOR VERSION2. SUM ALL / PROGRAM3. OPE / DSP / XM VERSION4. PORT5. TI (DSP) FLASH VERSION6. TI (DSP) FLASH SUM7. EEPROM SUM1. TI (DSP) FLASH BOOT

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    RX-V659/HTR-5960

    DSP-AX759/DSP-AX759SE

    Turn on the power while pressing these keys.

    Starting DIAGPress the MASTER ON/OFF (RX-V659/DSP-AX759models) / STANDBY/ON (DSP-AX759SE/HTR-5960model) key while simultaneously pressing those two keysof the main unit as indicated in the figure below.

    MASTER ON/OFF

    Starting DIAG in the protection cancelmode

    If the protection function works and causes hindrance totrouble diagnosis, cancel the protection function asdescribed below, and it will be possible to enter the DIAGmode. (The protection functions other than the excesscurrent detect function will be disabled.)Press the MASTER ON/OFF (RX-V659/DSP-AX759models) / STANDBY/ON (DSP-AX759SE/HTR-5960model) key while simultaneously pressing those two keysindicated in the figure above. At this time, keep pressingthose two keys for 3 seconds or longer.

    In this mode, the SLEEP segment of the FL display of themain unit flashes to indicate that the mode is DIAG modewith the protection functions disabled.

    MASTER ON/OFF3FLSLEEP

    CAUTION!Using this product with the protection function disabledmay cause damage to itself. Use special care for this pointwhen using this mode.

    N o . 9

    FACTORY PRESET / PRESET

    INHIBITED MASTER ON/OFF

    Keys of main unit /

    RX-V659/DSP-AX759 models

    DSP-AX759SE/HTR-5960 models

    Canceling DIAG1 Before canceling DIAG, execute setting for FACTORY

    PRESET of DIAG menu No.9 (Memory initializationinhibited or Memory initialized).* In order to keep the user memory stored, be sure to

    select PRESET INHIBITED (Memory initializationinhibited).

    2 Turn off the power by pressing the MASTER ON/OFF(RX-V659/DSP-AX759 models) / STANDBY/ON(DSP-AX759SE/HTR-5960 model) key of the mainunit.

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    V659

    /HTR

    -596

    0D

    SP-A

    X759

    /DSP

    -AX7

    59SE

    When there is a history of protection function:The FL display appears as shown below depending on thetype of the protection function.

    The protection function worked due to ex-cessive current through the amplifier.Causes could be a short at the speaker ter-minal or a defect in the amplifier. The pro-tection function activates immediately toturn off the power, with no history display atturn-on, if the amplifier is defective.

    FL1.ANALOG BYPASS

    Display provided when DIAG startedWhen the monitor is connected, DIAGNOSTIC MENU ap-pears on its screen as shown in the figure.On the FL display of the main unit, an opening message(including the version and the protection history) appearsfor a few seconds followed by the diagnostic menu display(1. ANALOG BYPASS).

    Opening message / DIAG menu display /

    When there is no history of protection function:

    1.BYPASS

    2.RAM THR

    3.PRO LOGIC

    4.SP SET

    5.XCH INPUT

    6.MIC CHECK

    7.VFD CHECK

    8.MAN,L TEST

    9.PRESET

    10.AD CHECK

    11.VC STATUS

    12.XM TEST

    13.DOCK TEST

    [14.Net]

    [15.DAB]

    16.IF STATUS

    17.DSP BUS

    18.SWF C. OFF

    19.PRT SET

    20.PRT HIST

    21.SOFT SW

    22.VER/SUM/P

    23.TI BOOT

    1

    The protection function worked due to adefect or overload in the power supply. Ifthe power is turned on with the abnormalityunsolved, the protection function works inabout 1 second to turn off the power.

    3

    The protection function worked due to a DCvoltage appearing at the speaker terminal.A cause could be a defect in the amplifier. Ifthe power is turned on with the abnormalityunsolved, the protection function works inabout 3 seconds to turn off the power.

    DC PRT:000 A

    PS1 PRT:000 A

    I PROTECT A

    After a few seconds

    NO PROTECT A 1.ANALOG BYPAS

    Version (1 alphabet)1

    When there is no protection history

    PS2 PRT:000 A

    or

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    RX-V659/HTR-5960

    DSP-AX759/DSP-AX759SE

    1

    The protection function worked due to thetemperature limit being exceeded. Causescould be poor ventilation or a defect relatedto the thermal sensor. If the power is turnedon with the abnormality unsolved, the pro-tection function works in about 1 second toturn off the power.

    No. 10 AD DATA

    History of protection functionWhen the protection function has worked, its history isstored in memory with a backup. Even if no abnormalityis noted while servicing the unit, an abnormality whichhas occurred previously can be defined as long as thebackup data has been stored.The history of the protection function is cleared whenDIAG is cancelled by selecting PRESET RESERVED(Memory initialized) of DIAG menu No.9 or when thebackup data is erased.

    No.9PRESET RESERVED

    For detection of each protection function (except I-PRO-TECT) , refer to DIAG MENU No.10 AD DATA.

    FL

    Display during menu operationDuring the DIAG operation, the menu list described in thesection of the startup screen appears on the monitorscreen and the function at work is indicated on the FL indi-cator. The contents displayed during the function opera-tion are described later in the Details of DIAG menu sec-tion.

    Operation procedure of DIAG menu andSUB-MENU

    There are 23 MENU items, each of which has some SUB-MENU items.

    DIAG menu selectionMain unit: Select the menu using the PROGRAM knob.

    SUB-MENU selectionMain unit: Select the sub-menu using (Forward) and (Reverse) keys of PRESET/TUNING.

    No.123

    PROGRAM

    PRESET/TUNING

    DIAG menu selection

    RX-V659/DSP-AX-759/DSP-AX759SE

    models

    HTR-5960model

    SUB-MENU selection

    Reverse

    Forward

    Reverse

    Forward

    Reverse

    Forward

    Keys of main unit /

    TMP PRT:000 A

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    SP-A

    X759

    /DSP

    -AX7

    59SE

    Functions in DIAG modeIn addition to the DIAG menu items, functions as listedbelow are available. Input selection Center/Rear/Rear Center/Sub-woofer level adjustment Speaker relay control of A and B Muting Power on/off Master volume

    * Functions related to the tuner and the set menu are notavailable.

    * It is possible to confirm Menu No.16 IF STATUS whilekeeping the signal process (operation status) of eachDIAG menu by using the INPUT MODE key of the mainunit.

    A/B /

    INPUT MODE

    No.16IF STATUS

    Initial settings used to start DIAGThe following settings are used when starting DIAG.When DIAG is canceled, these settings are restored tothose before starting DIAG.

    Master volume: -20 dB Input: DVD (MULTI CH INPUT OFF) Effect level: 0 dB Audio mute: OFF Speaker relay of A and B: ON Speaker setting: LARGE / BASS OUT = SWFR DIAG menu: BYPASS (1. ANALOG BYPASS)

    -20 dB DVD MULTI CH INPUT 0 dB A/BON LARGE / BASS OUT = SWFR BYPASS (1. ANALOG BYPASS)

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    RX-V659/HTR-5960

    DSP-AX759/DSP-AX759SE

    DIRLC89057 DSP

    (DECODE)(POST PROCESSING)

    TI D70Y

    A/DPCM1803

    DRAM

    FL / FR

    C / SW

    SL / SR

    SBL / SBR

    ROM

    XMDT(U, C)ANALOG BYPASS

    DSP BYPASS DSP BYPASS

    Reference dataINPUT: DVD ANALOGSUBWOOFER OUTPUT: 50 Hz, Others: 1 kHz

    Details of DIAG menu

    1. BYPASSUsing the sub-menu, it is possible to select analog bypassoutput or DSP bypass output.

    ANALOG BYPASS

    1. BYPASSANALOG BYPASS/DSP BYPASS

    ANALOG BYPASS

    (Shaded items not used in this example)

    DSP BYPASS

    (Shaded items not used in this example)

    DIRLC89057 DSP

    (DECODE)(POST PROCESSING)

    TI D70Y

    A/DPCM1803

    DRAM

    FL / FR

    C / SW

    SL / SR

    SBL / SBR

    ROM

    XMDT(U, C)

    Reference dataINPUT: DVD ANALOGSUBWOOFER OUTPUT: 50 Hz, Others: 1 kHz

    1.DSP BYPASS

    1.ANALOG BYPAS

    Input level

    Both ch, -20 dBm

    Volume

    +6.5 dB

    SPEAKERS OUTFRONT L/R+13.0 dBm

    SUBWOOFEROUTPUT

    -

    CENTER-

    SURROUND L/R-

    SURROUND BACK L/R-

    Input level

    Both ch, -20 dBm

    Volume

    +6.5 dB

    SPEAKERS OUTFRONT L/R+13.0 dBm

    SUBWOOFEROUTPUT

    -

    CENTER-

    SURROUND L/R-

    SURROUND BACK L/R-

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    /HTR

    -596

    0D

    SP-A

    X759

    /DSP

    -AX7

    59SE

    2. RAM THROUGHUsing the sub-menu, it is possible to select margin outputor full-bit output.

    RAM MARGINFollowing head margin is reserved.

    2. RAM THROUGHMARGIN/Full Bit

    RAM MARGIN

    Reference dataINPUT: DVD ANALOGSUBWOOFER OUTPUT: 50 Hz, Others: 1 kHz

    (Shaded items not used in this example)

    RAM FULL BITNo head margin is reserved except SW.

    RAM FULL BITSW

    Reference dataINPUT: DVD ANALOGSUBWOOFER OUTPUT: 50 Hz, Others: 1 kHz

    When input source is stereo, signal is assigned as below.2ch

    Front L Center / Surround L / Surround Back L, RFront R Surround RFront L +10 dB SWFR

    DIRLC89057 DSP

    (DECODE)(POST PROCESSING)

    TI D70Y

    A/DPCM1803

    DRAM

    FL / FR

    C / SW

    SL / SR

    SBL / SBR

    ROM

    XMDT(U, C)

    2.RAM MARGIN

    2.RAM FULL BIT

    Input level

    Both ch, -20 dBm

    Volume

    +6.5 dB

    SPEAKERS OUTFRONT L/R+12.5 dBm

    SUBWOOFEROUTPUT+0.5 dBm

    CENTER+12.5 dBm

    SURROUND L/R+12.5 dBm

    SURROUND BACK L/R+12.5 dBm

    Input level

    Both ch, -20 dBm

    Volume

    +6.5 dB

    SPEAKERS OUTFRONT L/R+12.5 dBm

    SUBWOOFEROUTPUT+0.5 dBm

    CENTER+12.5 dBm

    SURROUND L/R+12.5 dBm

    SURROUND BACK L/R+12.5 dBm

    FRONT+15.0 dB

    CENTER+13.5 dB

    SURROUND+9.0 dB

    SURROUND BACK+7.5 dB

    SUBWOOFER+21.0 dB

    FRONT0 dB

    CENTER0 dB

    SURROUND0 dB

    SURROUND BACK0 dB

    SUBWOOFER+21 dB

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    DSP-AX759/DSP-AX759SE

    4. SPEAKERS SETThe analog switch settings for each sub-menu are asshown in the table below.

    4. SPEAKERS SET

    3. PRO LOGICDolby PRO LOGIC is applied to input stereo source.

    Reference dataINPUT: DVD ANALOGSUBWOOFER OUTPUT: 50 Hz, Others: 1 kHz

    3. PRO LOGIC2chDolby PRO LOGIC

    (Shaded items not used in this example)

    LARGE: This mode is used with a speaker with highbass reproduction performance (a largeunit). Full bandwidth signals are output.

    SMALL: This mode is used with a speaker with lowbass reproduction performance (a smallunit). The signals of 80 Hz or less are mixedinto the channel specified by LFE/BASS.

    NONE: This mode is used with no center speaker.The center content is reduced by 3 dB anddistributed to FRONT L/R.

    SWFR: LFE of 5.1ch signal or LFE/BASS lower than90Hz is output through SUBWOOFER OUT.

    FRONT: LFE of 5.1ch signal or LFE/BASS lower than90Hz is distributed to FRONT L/R.

    LARGE

    SMALL 80 HzLFE/BASS

    NONE -3 dBFRONT L/R

    SWFR 5.1chLFE90HzLFE/BASSSUBWOOFER OUT

    FRONT 5.1chLFE90HzLFE/BASSFRONT L/R

    DIRLC89057 DSP

    (DECODE)(POST PROCESSING)

    TI D70Y

    A/DPCM1803

    DRAM

    FL / FR

    C / SW

    SL / SR

    SBL / SBR

    ROM

    XMDT(U, C)

    3.PRO LOGIC

    Input level

    Each ch, -20 dBmBoth ch, -20 dBm

    Volume

    +6.5 dB+6.5 dB

    SPEAKERS OUTFRONT L/R+12.5 dBm

    -

    SUBWOOFEROUTPUT

    -

    -

    CENTER-

    +15.5 dBm

    SURROUND L/R-

    -

    SURROUND BACK L/R-

    -

    FRNT: SML 0 dBCENTER: NONELFE/B: FRNTPre Mix: 5chFront GAIN 1Front GAIN 2Zone2 Amp ON

    Sub-menu FRONT L/RSMALLLARGELARGELARGELARGELARGELARGE

    CENTERLARGENONESMALLLARGELARGELARGELARGE

    SUR. L/RLARGELARGESMALLLARGELARGELARGELARGE

    SUR.B L/RLARGELARGESMALLLARGELARGELARGENONE

    LFE/BASSSWFRSWFRFRONTSWFRSWFRSWFRSWFR

    1234567

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    /HTR

    -596

    0D

    SP-A

    X759

    /DSP

    -AX7

    59SE

    Reference dataINPUT: DVD ANALOG (Both ch)SUBWOOFER OUTPUT: 50 Hz, Others: 1 kHz

    4.FRNT:SML 0dB

    4.CENTER:NONE

    4.LFE/B:FRNT

    4.Pres Mix:5ch

    4.Front GAIN 1

    4.Front GAIN 2

    4.Zone2 Amp ON

    Sub-menuSPEAKER OUT SUBWOOFER

    OUTPUT+3.5 dBm-0.5 dBm

    -

    -

    -0.5 dBm-0.5 dBm-0.5 dBm-0.5 dBm

    SURROUND BACK L/R+12.5 dBm

    -

    +12.5 dBm+12.5 dBm

    -

    +12.5 dBm+12.5 dBm

    -

    Input level

    Both ch, -20 dBmBoth ch, -20 dBmBoth ch, -20 dBmBoth ch, -20 dBmBoth ch, -20 dBmBoth ch, -20 dBmBoth ch, -20 dBmBoth ch, -20 dBm

    Volume

    +6.5 dB+6.5 dB+6.5 dB+6.5 dB+6.5 dB+6.5 dB+6.5 dB+6.5 dB

    FRONT L/R+12.5 dBm+9.5 dBm

    -

    +25.0 dBm+18.5 dBm+12.0 dBm+18.5 dBm+12.5 dBm

    CENTER+12.5 dBm

    -

    +12.5 dBm+12.5 dBm+12.5 dBm+12.5 dBm+12.5 dBm+12.5 dBm

    SURROUND L/R+12.5 dBm

    -

    +12.5 dBm+12.5 dBm+17.0 dBm+12.5 dBm+12.5 dBm+12.5 dBm

    FRONT: SML 0dBCENTER: NONELFE/B: FRNT (1 kHz)LFE/B: FRNT (50 Hz)Pres Mix: 5chFront GAIN 1Front GAIN 2Zone2 Amp ON

    12

    3

    4567

    ZONE2/PRESENCE

    -

    -

    -

    -

    -

    -

    -

    +12.5 dBm

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    5. XCH INPUTThe signal input through the multi ch input is output.The speaker impedance can be selected.

    XCH INPUT_6 (ohms)

    5. XCH INPUTCH68

    XCH INPUT_6ohms

    Reference dataINPUT: MULTI CH INPUTSUBWOOFER OUTPUT: 50 Hz, Others: 1 kHz

    XCH INPUT_8 (ohms) XCH INPUT_8ohms

    Reference dataINPUT: MULTI CH INPUTSUBWOOFER OUTPUT: 50 Hz, Others: 1 kHz

    6. MIC CHECKThe signal input through the microphone is output via A/D-D/A."dB" display function is not mounted.

    6. MIC CHECKA/D-D/AdB

    LIMIT SETNot applied to these models.

    LIMIT SET

    5.XCH INPUT_6

    5.XCH INPUT_8

    XXXXXXXXXXXX__

    6.MIC CHK --dB

    Input level

    Both ch, -20 dBm

    Volume

    +6.5 dB

    SPEAKERS OUTFRONT L/R+13.0 dBm

    CENTER+12.5 dBm

    SURROUND L/R+12.5 dBm

    SURROUND BACK L/R+12.5 dBm

    Input level

    Both ch, -20 dBm

    Volume

    +6.5 dB

    SPEAKERS OUTFRONT L/R+13.0 dBm

    SUBWOOFEROUTPUT-8.5 dBm

    CENTER+12.5 dBm

    SURROUND L/R+12.5 dBm

    SURROUND BACK L/R+12.5 dBm

    SUBWOOFEROUTPUT-8.5 dBm

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    0D

    SP-A

    X759

    /DSP

    -AX7

    59SE

    FLFLFL/2

    7. DISPLAY CHECKFLSTRAIGHT

    Segment conditions of the FL driver and the FL tube arechecked by turning ON and OFF all segments. Next, theoperation of the FL driver is checked by using the dimmercontrol. Then a short between segments next to eachother is checked by turning ON and OFF all segments al-ternately (in lattice). (In the above example, the segmentsin the second row from the top are shorted.)

    7. DISPLAY CHECKThis program is used to check the FL display section andvideo control section. The display condition varies asshown below according to the sub-menu operation.The signal route is STRAIGHT.

    Checking FL display section /FL

    Initial display /

    All segments OFF /

    All segments ON (dimmer 100%) / 100%

    All segments ON (dimmer 50%) / 50%

    Lighting of segments in lattice /

    Lighting in lattice /

    Normal / Short /

    Blinking /

    The 128 pictographs forchecking the OSD driverare used for the videosignal output display.OSD128

    Initial display /

    OSD OFF /OSD

    All characters ON /

    All characters ON /

    All characters ON /

    Checking OSD section (Monitor Out) /

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    8. MANUAL TESTThe test noise based THX is output to the channel speci-fied by the sub-menu from the DSP.The noise frequency for LFE is 35 to 250 Hz. Other thanthat, the center frequency is 800 Hz.

    8. MANUAL TESTDSPTHXLFE35250 Hz800 Hz

    9. FACTORY PRESETThis menu is used to reserve/inhibit initialization of thebackup RAM (Parameters and set menu contents, etc. ofthe sound field program).

    PRESET INHIBIT (Initialization inhibited) / PRESET INHIBITRAM initialization is not executed. Select this sub-menu to protect the values set by the user.Note: The protection history will not be erased using PRESET INHIBIT.RAM

    PRESET RESERVED (Initialization reserved) / PRESET RESERVEDInitialization of the back-up RAM is reserved. (Actually, initialization is executed the next time thatthe power is turned on.) Select this sub-menu to reset to the original factory settings or to resetthe RAM. Use PRESET RESERVED to erase the protection history.RAM RAM

    CAUTION: Before setting to the PRESET RESERVED,write down the existing preset memory.Content of the Tuner in a table as shown be-low. (This is because setting to the PRESETRESERVED will cause ALL user memory con-tents to be erased.)

    PRESET RESERVED

    9. FACTORY PRESETRAM /

    9.PRESET INHI

    9.PRESET RSRV

    8.TEST SURR R 8.TEST SB R

    8.TEST SB L 8.TEST SURR L

    8.TEST LFE

    8.TEST FRNT L8.TEST ALL 8.TEST CENTER

    8.TEST FRNT R

    8.TEST PRES L

    Preset group P1 P2 P3 P4 P5 P6 P7 P8

    A

    B

    C

    D

    E

    8.TEST PRES R

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    -AX7

    59SE

    10. AD DATA CHECKThis menu is used to display the A/D conversion value ofthe Microprocessor which detects panel keys of the mainunit and protection functions in using the sub-menu. Dur-ing audio signal processing, the condition before execu-tion is maintained.When K0/K1 menu is selected, keys become non-oper-able due to detection of the values of all keys. However, itis possible to advance to the next sub-menu by turning theVOLUME of the main unit. When using this function, notethat turning the VOLUME more than 1 click would causethe volume value to change.

    * The figures in the diagram are given as reference only.

    10. AD DATA CHECKMicropro-cessorA/DK0/K1VOLUME1

    PS1/PS2 (Power supply voltage protection detection)Power supply voltage protection value (Normal value: PS1:32 to 58, PS2: 31 to 55)PS1: Detects 5V, +5i and +5S.PS2: Detects 12V, +5D and +3.3D.* If PS is out of the normal value range, the protection

    function works to turn off the power.(Reference voltage: 5V=100 %)

    PS1/PS2 PS1: 3258PS2: 3155PS15V+5i+5SPS212V+5D+3.3D PS

    5V=100%

    DC/TH (protection detection/temperature detection)DC: DC detect protection value (Normal value: 5 to 36)* If DC is out of the normal value range, the protection

    function works to turn off the power.(Reference voltage: 5V=100 %)

    TH: Detects the temperature of the heat sink.Temperature detected value(Normal value: 9 to 177) U, C, T, K, A, G, E, J models(Normal value: 9 to 167) R, L models(Reference voltage: 5V=255)

    DC/TH /DC DC536 DC

    5V=100%TH : 91775V=255

    PRESET STATIONS /

    PS1:039 2:044

    DC:007 TH098

    STATION FM FACTORY PRESET DATA (MHz)PAGE NO. U, C R, T, K, A, B, G, E, L J

    1 87.5 87.50 76.02 90.1 90.10 83.03 95.1 95.10 84.0

    A/C/E 4 98.1 98.10 86.05 107.9 108.00 90.06 88.1 88.10 78.07 106.1 106.10 88.08 107.9 108.00 82.1

    STATION AM FACTORY PRESET DATA (kHz)PAGE NO. U, C, R, T, K A, B, G, E, L J

    1 630 630 6302 1080 1080 10803 1440 1440 1440

    B/D 4 530 531 5315 1710 1611 16116 900 900 9007 1350 1350 13508 1400 1404 1404

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    DSP-AX759/DSP-AX759SE

    PANEL KEY (K0/K1)(Panel key of main unit) [Remote control code: ]A/D of the key fails to function properly when the standardvalue is deviated by 8. In this case, check the constant ofpartial pressure resistor, solder condition, etc. Refer totable.(Reference voltage: 5V=100 %)

    PANEL KEY (K0/K1)A/D85V=100 %

    IMP SW/POWER LIMIT /IMPPL

    IC762 1235V/256IC762 1236

    IMP SW/POWER LIMIT (impedance/power limiter detection)IMP: Not applied to these models.PL: Power limiter detection value

    The voltage value of pin No. 123 of IC762 is displayed,using 5V/256 as standard.The port (No. 6) output is controlled by using the in-put voltage value of pin No. 123 of IC762.

    RX-V659/DSP-AX759 DSP-AX759SE

    IMP:8 PL:245

    K0:100 K1:100

    Display (%)0 - 6

    7 - 1314 - 21

    22 - 3132 - 41

    42 - 5354 - 63

    64 - 7273 - 80

    81 - 8889 - 95

    96 - 100

    K0MAIN ZONE ON/OFF

    INPUT MODESTRAIGHT

    TONE CONTROLPRESET/TUNING

    SPEAKERS BSPEAKERS APURE DIRECT

    KEY OFF

    K1ZONE2 ON/OFF

    ZONE CONTROLMULTI CH INPUT

    FM/AMA/B/C/D/E

    PRESETPRESET MEMORY

    TUNING MODEKEY OFF

    Display (%)0 - 6

    7 - 1314 - 21

    22 - 3132 - 41

    42 - 5354 - 63

    64 - 7273 - 80

    81 - 8889 - 95

    96 - 100

    K0

    INPUT MODESTRAIGHT

    TONE CONTROL

    SPEAKERS BSPEAKERS APURE DIRECT

    KEY OFF

    K1

    MULTI CH INPUT

    NEXT

    LEVEL -LEVEL +

    KEY OFF

    HTR-5960Display (%)

    0 - 6

    7 - 1314 - 21

    22 - 3132 - 41

    42 - 5354 - 63

    64 - 7273 - 80

    81 - 8889 - 95

    96 - 100

    K0

    INPUT MODESTRAIGHT

    TONE CONTROLPRESET/TUNING

    SPEAKERS BSPEAKERS APURE DIRECT

    KEY OFF

    K1

    MULTI CH INPUTFM/AM

    A/B/C/D/E PRESET

    PRESET MEMORY

    TUNING MODEKEY OFF

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    RX-

    V659

    /HTR

    -596

    0D

    SP-A

    X759

    /DSP

    -AX7

    59SE

    11. VIDEOThe image signal is converted and output as follows.

    I2CPerform the read/write check between the microprocessorand ADV7180 (IC712) as well as ADV7172 (IC713).

    11. VIDEO

    I2CADV7180IC712ADV7172IC713/

    DIGITAL THR CVBS DIGITAL THR CVBS

    I2C Read CheckI2C Read Check

    VIDEOVIDEOIC713IC713

    ADV7172ADV7172

    Com

    pone

    ntCo

    mpo

    nent

    CompositeComposite

    S-VideoS-Video

    Com

    pone

    ntCo

    mpo

    nent

    CompositeComposite

    S-VideoS-Video

    VIDEOVIDEOIC709IC709

    LC74781LC74781

    VIDEOVIDEOIC712IC712

    ADV7180ADV7180

    DIGITAL THR CVBSDIGITAL THR CVBS

    VIDEOVIDEOIC713IC713

    ADV7172ADV7172

    Com

    pone

    ntCo

    mpo

    nent

    CompositeComposite

    S-VideoS-Video

    Com

    pone

    ntCo

    mpo

    nent

    CompositeComposite

    S-VideoS-Video

    VIDEOVIDEOIC709IC709

    LC74781LC74781

    VIDEOVIDEOIC712IC712

    ADV7180ADV7180

    I2C: 00 00

    DIGITAL CVBS

    ADV7172 (IC713)ADV7180 (IC712)

    00 : OK01 : NG10 : TIME OUT

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    RX-V659/HTR-5960DSP-AX759/DSP-AX759SE

    RX-V659/HTR-5960

    DSP-AX759/DSP-AX759SE

    ANALOG BYPASS ANALOG BYPASS

    ANALOG BYPASSANALOG BYPASS

    VIDEOVIDEOIC713IC713

    ADV7172ADV7172

    Com

    pone

    ntCo

    mpo

    nent

    CompositeComposite

    S-VideoS-Video

    Com

    pone

    ntCo

    mpo

    nent

    CompositeComposite

    S-VideoS-Video

    VIDEOVIDEOIC709IC709

    LC74781LC74781

    VIDEOVIDEOIC712IC712

    ADV7180ADV7180

    DIGITAL THR Y/CDIGITAL THR Y/C

    VIDEOVIDEOIC713IC713

    ADV7172ADV7172

    Com

    pone

    ntCo

    mpo

    nent

    CompositeComposite

    S-VideoS-Video

    Com

    pone

    ntCo

    mpo

    nent

    CompositeComposite

    S-VideoS-Video

    VIDEOVIDEOIC709IC709

    LC74781LC74781

    VIDEOVIDEOIC712IC712

    ADV7180ADV7180

    DIGITAL THR Y/C DIGITAL THR Y/C

    TEST PATTERN TEST PATTERN

    TEST PATTERNTEST PATTERN

    IC713 TEST Pattern (480i/576i)IC713 TEST Pattern (480i/576i)

    VIDEOVIDEOIC713IC713

    ADV7172ADV7172

    TESTTESTPATTERNPATTERN

    Com

    pone

    ntCo

    mpo

    nent

    CompositeComposite

    S-VideoS-Video

    Com

    pone

    ntCo

    mpo

    nent

    CompositeComposite

    S-VideoS-Video

    VIDEOVIDEOIC709IC709

    LC74781LC74781

    VIDEOVIDEOIC712IC712

    ADV7180ADV7180

    DIGITAL Y/C

    ANALOG BYPASS

    TEST PATTERN

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    RX-V659/HTR-5960DSP-AX759/DSP-AX759SE

    RX-

    V659

    /HTR

    -596

    0D

    SP-A

    X759

    /DSP

    -AX7

    59SE

    LOOP BACK CVBSLOOP BACK CVBS

    IC713 TEST Pattern (480i/576i)IC713 TEST Pattern (480i/576i)

    VIDEOVIDEOIC713IC713

    ADV7172ADV7172

    TESTTESTPATTERNPATTERN

    Com

    pone

    ntCo

    mpo

    nent

    CompositeComposite

    S-VideoS-Video

    Com

    pone

    ntCo

    mpo

    nent

    CompositeComposite

    S-VideoS-Video

    VIDEOVIDEOIC709IC709

    LC74781LC74781

    VIDEOVIDEOIC712IC712

    ADV7180ADV7180

    Connected by RCA cable

    LOOP BACK CVBSNot applied to these models.

    LOOP BACK CVBS

    LOOP BACK Y/CLOOP BACK Y/C

    IC713 TEST Pattern (480i/576i)IC713 TEST Pattern (480i/576i)

    VIDEOVIDEOIC713IC713

    ADV7172ADV7172

    TESTTESTPATTERNPATTERN

    Com

    pone

    ntCo

    mpo

    nent

    CompositeComposite

    S-VideoS-Video

    Com

    pone

    ntCo

    mpo

    nent

    CompositeComposite

    S-VideoS-Video

    VIDEOVIDEOIC709IC709

    LC74781LC74781

    VIDEOVIDEOIC712IC712

    ADV7180ADV7180

    Connected by S-Video cable

    LOOP BACK Y/CNot applied to these models.

    LOOP BACK Y/C

    LPBK CVBS OK

    LPBK Y/C OK

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    RX-V659/HTR-5960DSP-AX759/DSP-AX759SE

    RX-V659/HTR-5960

    DSP-AX759/DSP-AX759SE

    1k -1dB/32kThe test tone (1kHz, -1dB/32kHz) is output.

    1k -1dB/32k1kHz-1dB/32kHz

    1k -61dB/32kThe test tone (1kHz, -61dB/32kHz) is output.

    1k -61dB/32k1kHz-61dB/32kHz

    ISO Tone/44.1kThe ISO tone (44.1kHz) is output.

    ISO Tone/44.1kISO44.1kHz

    Mute /44.1kNothing is output.

    Mute /44.1k

    XM Tone/44.1kThe XM tone (44.1kHz) is output.

    XM Tone/44.1kXM44.1kHz

    12. XM STATUS (U, C models)Perform the output check of XM Radio Antenna connectedto the XM terminal.

    1k -1dB/44.1kThe test tone (1kHz, -1dB/44.1kHz) is output.

    12. XM STATUSUC modelsXMXM Radio Antenna

    1k -1dB/44.1k1kHz-1dB/44.1kHz

    1k -61dB/44.1kThe test tone (1kHz, -61dB/44.1kHz) is output.

    1k -61dB/44.1k1kHz-61dB/44.1kHz

    1k - 1dB/44

    1k -61dB/44

    Mute /44

    XM Tone/44

    ISO Tone/44

    1k - 1dB/32

    1k -61dB/32

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    RX-V659/HTR-5960DSP-AX759/DSP-AX759SE

    RX-

    V659

    /HTR

    -596

    0D

    SP-A

    X759

    /DSP

    -AX7

    59SE

    Mute /32kNothing is output.

    Mute /32k

    XM Tone/32kThe XM tone (32kHz) is output.

    XM Tone/32kXM32kHz

    ISO Tone/32kThe ISO tone (32kHz) is output.

    ISO Tone/32kISO32kHz

    XM/DT Bus Power: OFFThe power of XM module is turned off.

    XM/DT Bus Power: OFFXMOFF

    Mute /32

    XM Tone/32

    ISO Tone/32

    Bus Power:OFF

    1 219

    3 4 5 6 7 8

    9 10 11 12 13 14

    15 16 17 18

    20 21

    Is UART loop pack check result OK? /UARTOK?Is detect function of iPod Accessory Power OK? /iPod Accessory PowerOKIs detect function of iPod installation to DOCK OK? /DOCKiPodOK

    YESNO

    13.DOCK:OK YYY

    All Y / Y = OKOthers / = NG

    IC 672 (VIDEO P.C.B.) pin No. 45 stateIC672VIDEO P.C.B.45pinIC 672 (VIDEO P.C.B.) pin No. 44 stateIC672VIDEO P.C.B.44pin

    High = YESLow = NoLow = installed / High = not installed /

    Check item / Judgment / Display / YNYNYN

    13. iPodiPodDOCKDOCK14TX18RX1PWR17ACCPOW4iPDET8DGND

    13. iPodThis menu is used to test the DOCK connector without theiPod itself. After turning off the power, short between pinsNo. 14 (TX) and No. 18 (RX), between pins No. 1 (PWR)and No. 17 (ACCPOW) and between pins No. 4 (iPDET)and No. 8 (DGND). (Make sure that the power is turned offwhen shorting pins.)Start the DIAG function and select the menu.The check result is displayed according to the followingdisplay specifications.

    Note) Be sure to return the shorted locations to theiroriginal state.

    DOCK

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    RX-V659/HTR-5960DSP-AX759/DSP-AX759SE

    RX-V659/HTR-5960

    DSP-AX759/DSP-AX759SE

    16. IF STATUS (Input function status)Using the sub-menu, the status data is displayed one afteranother in the hexadecimal notation.During signal processing, the status before execution ofthis menu is maintained.

    * Numeric values in the figure example are for reference.

    Digital input/output setting valueUpper 4 bits: REC OUT selected /lower 4 bits: INPUT selected

    DST: DSP status

    16. IF STATUS16

    DSTDSP

    14 bit REC OUT /4 bit INPUT

    / 2Fs information of reproduction signal /Fs

    / 3Audio code mode information ofreproduction signal /

    / 4Format information of reproduction signal /

    Display Fs (kHz)00 Analog01 32 kHz02 44.1 kHz03 48 kHz04 64 kHz05 88.2 kHz06 96 kHz07 128 kHz08 176.4 kHz09 192 kHz0A Unknown NRM0B Unknown DBL0C Unknown QUAD0D Unknown0E Undefined

    Display Audio code00 1+101 1/002 2/003 3/004 2/105 3/106 2/207 3/208 2/309 3/30A 3/40B over 6.10C Milti-Mono0D Milti-PCE0E Unknown0F Undefined

    Display Signal format00 Analog01 Err10 PCM Audio20 Digital Data21 IEC193722 None PCM23 Unknown50 dts51 dts-CD52 dts 96/2454 dts-ES (Matrix)58 dts-ES (Discrete)5C dts-ES (Both)60 AACC0 Dolby DigitalC1 Dolby Digital KaraokeC4 Dolby Digital EXFF Undefined

    DST:3300020000

    5th byte4th byte3rd byte2nd byte1st byte

    Value Choice Preset name0 NONE 1 OPT FRONT 2 OPT 1 MD/CD-R3 OPT 2 DVD4 OPT 3 DTV/CBL8 COAX 1 CD9 COAX 2 DVD

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    RX-V659/HTR-5960DSP-AX759/DSP-AX759SE

    RX-

    V659

    /HTR

    -596

    0D

    SP-A

    X759

    /DSP

    -AX7

    59SE

    DMD: Decoder mode informationNot applied to these models.

    DMD

    / 5Signal processing status information /

    DIF: DIR informationNot applied to these models.

    DIFDIR

    PC: Preamble C informationNot applied to these models.

    PCPreamble C

    CS1, 2: Channel status informationNot applied to these models.

    CS12

    DEI: Decoder informationNot applied to these models.

    DEI

    BS1-8: Bit stream informationNot applied to these models.

    BS1-8

    MTT: Mute triggerNot applied to these models.

    MTTMute trigger

    DMD:03C00000

    DIF:0001000600

    PC :0000

    CS2:00CS1:0000000000

    DEI:0808000600

    BS8:00BS1:0000000000

    MTT:0018001820

    bit Fs (kHz)bit 7 Digital mutebit 6 bit 5 6.1 (7.1) processingbit 4 Analog mutebit 3 bit 2 PCM throughbit 1 bit 0 dts analog mute

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    RX-V659/HTR-5960DSP-AX759/DSP-AX759SE

    RX-V659/HTR-5960

    DSP-AX759/DSP-AX759SE

    17. DSP BUS CHECKThis menu is used to self-diagnose whether or not the busconnection for the TI (DA70Y) and the external ROM/RAMis made properly.When no error is detected, "NoEr" appears on display.

    17. DSP BUS CHECKTIDA70YROM/RAMNoEr

    No error detected.

    When this indication is displayed with in seconds or displayed alternately NoEr andBoot, it is highly possible that there are errors.NoEr

    or

    18. SWFR CUT OFFNot applied to these models.

    18. SWFR CUT OFF

    20. PROTECTION HISTORYFour protection histories are display.

    20. PROTECTION HISTORY4

    19. PROTECTION SETTINGNot applied to these models.

    19. PROTECTION SETTING

    DGI: Digital informationNot applied to these models.

    DGIDIGITAL

    orNo applied to these models.

    DGI:EE6464F95E

    TI BUS:NoEr

    TI BUS:Boot

    RDS IC:OK

    RDS IC:NG

    18.LFE HPF THR18.LFE LPF 200

    PL_6_N_H:0154PS_Lo: 0043

    20-4:NoPRT20-1:NoPRT

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    RX-V659/HTR-5960DSP-AX759/DSP-AX759SE

    RX-

    V659

    /HTR

    -596

    0D

    SP-A

    X759

    /DSP

    -AX7

    59SE

    21. SOFT SW 21. SOFT SW

    VIDEO FORMAT: NTSC or PAL can be selected. (SWMODE: Selectable when FNC has been selected.)

    VIDEO FORMATNTSCPALSWMODEFNC

    TUNER DESTINATION: J, UC, ABG or RL can beselected. (SW MODE: Selectable when FNC has beenselected.)

    TUNER DESTINATIONJUCABGRLSW MODEFNC

    P.C.B.P.C.B.ACP.C.B.P.C.B.STRAIGHT

    This menu is used to switch the function settings on P.C.B.through the software so as to activate the product.The protection function follows the P.C.B. settings. Whenconnected to AC or in the maker preset state, the unit isinitialized to the P.C. B. setting. Display of each functionafter initialization varies depending on settings on P.C.B.The operation mode can be changed by selecting the sub-menu and then using the STRAIGHT key.

    Note) Changing the function setting may hinder theproper operation.

    MODEL SETTING: 759SE, V659, H5960, V559, H5950,V459 or H5935 can be selected. (SW MODE: Selectablewhen MODEL has been selected.)

    DESTINATION: J, U, C, R, T, K, A, B, G (E) or L can beselected. (SW MODE: Selectable when MODEL has beenselected.)

    SW MODE: PCB, MODEL or FNC can be selected.

    MODEL SETTING759SEV659H5960V559H5950V459H5935SWMODEMODEL

    DESTINATIONJUCRTKABGELSW MODEMODEL

    TUNER TYPE: NRM, RDS or XM can be selected. (SWMODE: Selectable when FNC has been selected.)

    TUNER TYPENRMRDSXMSW MODEFNC

    SW MODEPCBMODELFNC

    21.SW :PCB

    21.MODEL:V559

    21.DEST :G

    21.TuDst:ABG

    21.TuDyp:RDS

    21.VIDEO:PAL

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    RX-V659/HTR-5960DSP-AX759/DSP-AX759SE

    RX-V659/HTR-5960

    DSP-AX759/DSP-AX759SE

    ZONE2: NOT or EXIST can be selected. (SW MODE:Selectable when FNC has been selected.)

    ZONE2NOTEXISTSW MODEFNC

    ZONE2 AMP: NOT or EXIST can be selected. (SWMODE: Selectable when FNC has been selected.)

    OSD: NOT or EXIST can be selected. (SW MODE:Selectable when FNC has been selected.)

    ZONE2 AMPNOTEXISTSWMODEFNC

    OSDNOTEXISTSW MODEFNC

    AAC: NOT or EXIST can be selected. (SW MODE:Selectable when FNC has been selected.)

    AACNOTEXISTSW MODEFNC

    TUNER: NOT or EXIST can be selected. (SW MODE:Selectable when FNC has been selected.)

    TUNERNOTEXISTSW MODEFNC

    YPAO: NOT or EXIST can be selected. (SW MODE:Selectable when FNC has been selected.)

    YPAONOTEXISTSW MODEFNC

    21.ZONE2:EXIST

    21.AAC :NOT

    21.TUNER:EXIST

    21.Z2Amp:NOT

    21.OSD :EXIST

    21.YPAO :NOT

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    RX-V659/HTR-5960DSP-AX759/DSP-AX759SE

    RX-

    V659

    /HTR

    -596

    0D

    SP-A

    X759

    /DSP

    -AX7

    59SE

    22. SOFTWARE VERSIONThe version, checksum and the port specified by themicroprocessor are displayed. The signal is processedusing EFFECT OFF. The checksum is obtained by addingthe data at every 16 bits for each program area andexpressing the result as a 4-figure hexadecimal data.

    * Numeric values in the figure example are for reference.

    Software version of microprocessor /

    Checksum value of microprocessor /

    Software modules version of microprocessor /O: Operation D: DSP X: XM

    The condition of ports for model detection /

    Software version of TI (DSP) / TIDSP

    Checksum value of TI (DSP) / TIDSP

    Checksum value of EEPROM / EEPROM(Not applied to these models. / )

    22. SOFTWARE VERSIONOFF16416

    23. TI (DSP) BOOTThe rewriting mode of TI (DSP) software.(Not applied to these models.)

    23. TIDSPBOOTTIDSP

    23.TI BOOT ?

    VER. AOO8

    CHECK SUM:1F4A

    0:18 D:23 X:A9

    PORT:00000100

    TI VER.10

    TiSUM:41A234F5

    EE SUM:0000

    PORT:00000100

    Model type 0Model type 1Model type 2Model type 3

    RX-V659/DSP-AX759DSP-AX759SEHTR-5960

    000

    000

    101

    001

    Type3 Type2 Type1 Type0 Model

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    RX-V659/HTR-5960DSP-AX759/DSP-AX759SE

    RX-V659/HTR-5960

    DSP-AX759/DSP-AX759SE

    AMP ADJUSTMENT /

    0.1mV ~ 10.0mV(DC)

    0.1mV ~ 10.0mV(DC)

    R45 (FRONT Lch)R46 (FRONT Rch)R50 (CENTER)

    R38 (FRONT Lch)R39 (FRONT Rch)R37 (CENTER)R34 (SURROUND Lch)R35 (SURROUND Rch)R36 (SURROUND BACK Rch)R395 (SURROUND BACK Lch)

    R47 (SURROUND Lch)R48 (SURROUND Rch)R49 (SURROUND BACK Rch)R398 (SURROUND BACK Lch)

    Cut off

    CONFIRMATION OF IDLING CURRENT1. Immediately after the power is turned on, measure the

    voltage across resistor terminals in the column A inthe table below and confirm that the measured value isbetween 0.1 mV and 10.0 mV.

    2. If the measured voltage exceeds 10.0 mV, open (cutoff)the resistor in the column B in the table below andreconfirm the voltage.Attention:If the idling current exceeds 10.0 mV after a power am-plifier repair, check for a defective component beforecutting the resistor.

    3. Confirm that the voltage is between 0.2 mV and 15.0mV after 60 minutes.

    1. A0.1mV10.0 mV

    2. 10 mVB

    10.0 mV

    3. 600.2 mV15.0 mV

    Cloth

    G1

    Ground lead

    MAIN (1) P.C.B.

    MAIN (1) P.C.B.

    POWER (1) P.C.B.

    R45R46R50R47R48R49

    R398

    FRONT L chFRONT R ch

    CENTERSURROUND L chSURROUND R ch

    SURROUND BACK R chSURROUND BACK L ch

    P.C.B. A CHANNEL BR38R39R37R34R35R36R395

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    RX-V659/HTR-5960DSP-AX759/DSP-AX759SE

    RX-

    V659

    /HTR

    -596

    0D

    SP-A

    X759

    /DSP

    -AX7

    59SE

    DISPLAY DATA

    Note : 1) F1, F2 ..... Filament pin 2) NP ..... No pin 3) NX ..... No extend pin 4) 1G~17G ..... Grid pin

    Pin No.

    Connection

    Pin No. 69

    F2NX

    68 67

    NP

    66

    NP

    65

    P1

    64

    P2

    63

    P3

    62

    P4

    61

    P5

    60

    P6

    59

    P7

    58

    P8

    57

    P9

    56

    P10

    55

    P11

    54

    P12

    53

    P13

    52

    P14

    51

    P15

    50

    P16

    49

    P17

    48

    P18

    47

    P19

    46

    P20

    45

    P21

    44

    P22

    43

    P23

    42

    P24

    41

    P25

    40

    P26

    39

    P27

    38

    P28

    37

    P29

    34

    P32

    33

    P33

    32

    P34

    31

    P35

    30

    P36

    29

    P37

    28

    NX

    27

    NX

    26

    NX

    25

    NX

    24

    NX

    23

    NX

    22

    NX

    21

    17G

    20

    16G

    19

    15G

    18

    14G

    17

    13G

    16

    12G

    15

    11G

    14

    10G

    13

    9G

    12

    8G

    11

    7G

    10

    6G

    9

    5G

    8

    4G

    7

    3G

    6

    2G

    5

    1G

    4

    NP

    3

    NP

    36

    P30

    35

    P31

    2 1

    F1NX

    Connection

    V801 : 17-BT-26GNK (WG473900)

    PIN CONNECTION

    GRID ASSIGNMENT

    2G1G 3G 4G 5G 6G 7G 11G10G9G8G 12G 13G 14G

    (17G)

    16G 15G17G

    1-1

    1-2

    1-3

    1-4

    1-5

    1-6

    1-7

    2-1

    2-2

    2-3

    2-4

    2-5

    2-6

    2-7

    3-1

    3-2

    3-3

    3-4

    3-5

    3-6

    3-7

    4-1

    4-2

    4-3

    4-4

    4-5

    4-6

    4-7

    5-1

    5-2

    5-3

    5-4

    5-5

    5-6

    5-7

    (16G)

    S1

    S6

    S26

    S18 S19

    S15S16

    S17 S20 S21S22

    S2

    1a 2a1b

    1c

    2b

    2c

    2f

    2e

    1d 2d

    1f

    1g

    2g s23

    s25

    s25 s24

    s241e

    (1G~14G)

    PATTERN AREA

    } 1

    S7 S8 S9 S11 S12 S13 S14S10

    (15G)

    S27

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    RX-V659/HTR-5960DSP-AX759/DSP-AX759SE

    RX-V659/HTR-5960

    DSP-AX759/DSP-AX759SE

    ANODE CONNECTION

    14G1-12-13-14-15-11-22-23-24-25-21-32-33-34-35-31-42-43-44-45-41-52-53-54-55-51-62-63-64-65-61-72-73-74-75-7

    15GS2

    S26S27S221a1b1c1d1e1f1g2a2b2c2d2e2f2g

    S23S24S25

    S13S14

    16GS1S6S7S8S9

    S10S11S12

    S20

    S21

    1G~13G1-12-13-14-15-11-22-23-24-25-21-32-33-34-35-31-42-43-44-45-41-52-53-54-55-51-62-63-64-65-61-72-73-74-75-7

    1P2P3P4P5P6P7P8P9P10P11P12P13P14P15P16P17P18P19P20P21P22P23P24P25P26P27P28P29P30P31P32P33P34P35P36P37P

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    RX-V659/HTR-5960DSP-AX759/DSP-AX759SE

    RX-

    V659

    /HTR

    -596

    0D

    SP-A

    X759

    /DSP

    -AX7

    59SE

    IC504 : LC89057W-VF4-E (DSP P.C.B)Digital Audio Interface Transceiver

    InputSelector

    Cbit, Ubit

    DataSelector

    PLL

    1/NModulation&

    Parallel Port

    Demodulation&

    Lock Detect

    MicrocontrollerI/F

    EMPH

    A/UO

    ClockSelector

    36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25

    RER

    RIN

    TCK

    STAU

    DIO

    /VO

    EMPH

    A/UO

    DG

    NDDV

    DD

    XIN

    XOUT

    XMCK

    DVD

    DD

    GND

    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

    RXO

    UT*R

    X0R

    X1R

    X2R

    X3D

    GND

    DVD

    D*R

    X4R

    X5/V

    I*R

    X6/U

    IDV

    DD

    DG

    ND

    373839404142434445464748

    242322212019181716151413

    SDINSLRCKSBCKRDATARLRCKDVDDDGNDRBCKRMCKAGNDAVDDLPF

    DODI

    CECL

    XMODEDGNDDVDD

    TMCK/PIO0TBCK/PIO1

    TLRCK/PIO2TDATA/PIO3

    TXO/PIOE

    LC89057W-VF4-E

    *: Pull-down resistor internal

    1RXOUT

    2RX03RX14RX25RX38RX49RX5/VI10RX6/UI

    13LPF

    44TMCK/PIO045TBCK/PIO146TLRCK/PIO247TDATA/PIO3

    48

    32

    AUDI

    O/V

    O

    33

    TXO/PIOEN

    37 DO

    24 SDIN

    36 RERR

    INT

    35

    CL

    40

    CE

    39

    XMO

    DE

    CI38

    CKST

    34

    XMCK

    27

    XIN

    29

    XOUT

    28

    41

    21 RDATA

    16 RMCK17 RBCK20 RLRCK22 SBCK23 SLRCK

    IC DATA

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    RX-V659/HTR-5960DSP-AX759/DSP-AX759SE

    RX-V659/HTR-5960

    DSP-AX759/DSP-AX759SE

    No. Name I/O Function1 RXOUT O Input bi-phase selection data output pin2 RX0 Is TTL-compatible digital data input pin3 RX1 I Coaxial-compatible digital data input pin with built-in amplifier4 RX2 Is TTL-compatible digital data input pin5 RX3 Is TTL-compatible digital data input pin6 DGND Digital GND7 DVDD Digital power supply8 RX4 Is TTL-compatible digital data input pin9 RX5/VI Is TTL-compatible digital data / Validity flag input pin for modulation10 RX6/UI Is TTL-compatible digital data / User data input pin for modulation11 DVDD PLL digital power supply12 DGND PLL digital GND13 LPF O PLL loop filter connection pin14 ACDD PLL analog power supply15 AGND PLL analog GND16 RMCK O R system clock output pin (256fs, 512fs, XIN, VCO)17 RBCK O/I R bit clock input/output pin18 DGND Digital GND19 DVDD Digital power supply20 RLRCK O/I R LR clock input/output pin (fs)21 RDATA O Serial audio data input pin22 SBCK O S bit clock output pin (32fs, 64fs, 128fs)23 SLRCK O S LR clock output pin (fs/s, fs, 2fs)24 SDIN Is Serial audio data input pin25 DGND Digital GND26 DVDD Digital power supply27 XMCK O Oscillation amplifier output pin28 XOUT O Crystal resonator connection output pin29 XIN I Crystal resonator connection, external