DVD/VCR RECEIVER HOME THEATER SYSTEM
Published by Sony Engineering Corporation
AVD-K600P is the amplifier, DVD/VIDEO
player and tuner section in HT-V600DP.
Ver. 1.2 2004.12
AC 120V, 60 Hz
430 x 97 x 386 mm (17
6.3 kg (13.15 lbs)
5°C to 35°C (41°F to 95°F)
5 % to 90 %
DVD (PCM 48 kHz): 8 Hz
More than 80 dB (AUDIO OUT
Less than 0.3%
More than 85 dB (AUDIO OUT
wavelength 650 nm
to 22 kHz, CD: 8 Hz to 20 kHz
Antenna or CATV input, 75 ohms
1 Vp-p 75 ohms, sync negative,
RCA jack x 1
-6.0 dBm more than 47 kohms,
FM ANTENNA IN
FM antenna input, 300 ohms
AM ANTENNA IN
AM antenna input, 300 ohms
Optical connector x 1
RCA jack (L, R) x 1
(W x H x D)
1 Vp-p 75 ohms, sync negative
S VIDEO OUT
(Y) 1.0 V (p-p), 75 ohms, negative
(C) 0.286 V (p-p) 75 ohms
sync, Mini DIN 4-pin x 1
COMPONENT VIDEO OUT
(Y) 1.0 V (p-p), 75 ohms, negative
(PB/CB)/(PR/CR) 0.7 V (p-p), 75
Audio output (analog audio)
2.0 Vrms (1 KHz, 0 dB), 330 ohms,
Channel 3 or 4 (Switchable)
sync, RCA jack x 1
ohms, RCA jack x 2
RCA jack (L, R) x 1
4 heads helical scan azimuth system
12-hour display type with AM, PM
SP: 33.35 mm/sec, EP: 11.12 mm/sec
Maximum recording time
SP: 2 HOURS (T-120), EP: 6 HOURS
(T-120)/8 HOURS (T-160)
About 150 seconds (T-120)
75 ohms (VHF/UHF)
VHF: 2-13, UHF: 14-69, CATV: 1-125
(4A, A-W, W+1 - W+84, A-5 - A-1)
20Hz to 20kHz
More than 43dB
More than 85 dB (AUDIO OUT jacks)
More than 55 dB (AUDIO OUT jacks)
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Confidential unpublished works. Copyright 1992 -1997 Dolby
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· DTS and DTS Digital Surround are registered trademarks of Digital
Theater Systems, Inc.
Model Name Using Similar Mechanism
Optical Pick-up Name
SAFETY-RELATED COMPONENT WARNING!!
COMPONENTS IDENTIFIED BY MARK 0 OR DOTTED LINE WITH
MARK 0 ON THE SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS AND IN THE PARTS
LIST ARE CRITICAL TO SAFE OPERATION. REPLACE THESE
COMPONENTS WITH SONY PARTS WHOSE PART NUMBERS
APPEAR AS SHOWN IN THIS MANUAL OR IN SUPPLEMENTS
PUBLISHED BY SONY.
ATTENTION AU COMPOSANT AYANT RAPPORT
À LA SÉCURITÉ!
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DIAGRAMMES SCHÉMATIQUES ET LA LISTE DES PIÈCES SONT
CRITIQUES POUR LA SÉCURITÉ DE FONCTIONNEMENT. NE
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DONT LES NUMÉROS SONT DONNÉS DANS CE MANUEL OU
DANS LES SUPPÉMENTS PUBLIÉS PAR SONY.
87.5 - 108.0 MHz
530 - 1,720 kHz
AUDIO POWER SPECIFICATION
POWER OUTPUT AND TOTAL
With 6 ohm loads, both channels
70 watts per channel minimum RMS
harmonic distortion from 250 milli
watts to rated output (USA model
70W + 70W (6
at 1 kHz, THD
Front: 70W/ch (6
at 1 kHz, THD
Center*: 70W (6
at 1 kHz, THD
Surround*: 70W/ch (6
at 1 kHz,
THD 10 %)
Subwoofer*: 100W (4
at 30 Hz,
THD 10 %)
* Depending on the sound mode settings
VIDEO 1, VIDEO 2, OPTICAL IN
driven, from 120 - 20,000 Hz; rated
power, with no more than 10 % total
and the source, there may be no sound
Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
Boards requiring use of unleaded solder are printed with the lead-
free mark (LF) indicating the solder contains no lead.
(Caution: Some printed circuit boards may not come printed with
the lead free mark due to their particular size.)
: LEAD FREE MARK
Unleaded solder has the following characteristics.
· Unleaded solder melts at a temperature about 40°C higher than
Ordinary soldering irons can be used but the iron tip has to be
applied to the solder joint for a slightly longer time.
Soldering irons using a temperature regulator should be set to
Caution: The printed pattern (copper foil) may peel away if the
heated tip is applied for too long, so be careful!
· Strong viscosity
Unleaded solder is more viscous (sticky, less prone to flow) than
ordinary solder so use caution not to let solder bridges occur such
as on IC pins, etc.
· Usable with ordinary solder
It is best to use only unleaded solder but unleaded solder may
also be added to ordinary solder.
Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures
other than those specified herein may result in hazardous
Notes on chip component replacement
·Never reuse a disconnected chip component.
·Notice that the minus side of a tantalum capacitor may be
damaged by heat.
Flexible Circuit Board Repairing
·Keep the temperature of soldering iron around 270°C
· Do not touch the soldering iron on the same conductor of the
circuit board (within 3 times).
· Be careful not to apply force on the conductor when soldering
Laser component in this product is capable of emitting radiation
exceeding the limit for Class 1.
This appliance is classified as
a CLASS 1 LASER product.
PRODUCT MARKING is
located on the rear exterior.
After correcting the original service problem, perform the following
safety checks before releasing the set to the customer:
Check the antenna terminals, metal trim, "metallized" knobs, screws,
and all other exposed metal parts for AC leakage. Check leakage as
NOTES ON HANDLING THE OPTICAL PICK-UP BLOCK
OR BASE UNIT
The laser diode in the optical pick-up block may suffer electrostatic
break-down because of the potential difference generated by the
charged electrostatic load, etc. on clothing and the human body.
During repair, pay attention to electrostatic break-down and also
use the procedure in the printed matter which is included in the
The flexible board is easily damaged and should be handled with
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 pick-
up block. Therefore, when checking the laser diode emission,
observe from more than 30 cm away from the objective lens.
LASER DIODE AND FOCUS SEARCH OPERATION
Carry out the "S curve check" in "CD section adjustment" and check
that the S curve waveform is output several times.
The AC leakage from any exposed metal part to earth Ground and
from all exposed metal parts to any exposed metal part having a
return to chassis, must not exceed 0.5 mA (500 microampers).
Leakage current can be measured by any one of three methods.
A commercial leakage tester, such as the Simpson 229 or RCA
WT-540A. Follow the manufacturers' instructions to use these
A battery-operated AC milliammeter. The Data Precision 245
digital multimeter is suitable for this job.
Measuring the voltage drop across a resistor by means of a
VOM or battery-operated AC voltmeter. The "limit" indication
is 0.75 V, so analog meters must have an accurate low-voltage
scale. The Simpson 250 and Sanwa SH-63Trd are examples of
a passive VOM that is suitable. Nearly all battery operated
digital multimeters that have a 2V AC range are suitable. (See
Fig. A. Using an AC voltmeter to check AC leakage.
To Exposed Metal
Parts on Set
1. GENERAL ··································································· 5
2. DISASSEMBLY ··························································9
2-1. Cover, Front Panel Assembly ·········································· 9
2-2. Display/Key Board ························································ 10
2-3. Video Mechanism Deck ················································ 10
2-4. DVD Mechanism Deck ················································· 11
2-5. SMPS Board ································································· 11
2-6. VCR Board ···································································· 12
2-7. DVD & AMP Board ······················································ 12
3. ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENT
3-1. Vcr Section Electrical Adjustment ································ 13
3-2. Electrical Troubleshooting Guide ································· 14
3-3. DVD & AMP Section
Electrical Troubleshooting Guide ································· 28
4. MECHANICAL ADJUSTMENT
4-1. Video Mechanism Deck Section ··································· 36
4-2. Maintenance/Inspection Procedure ······························· 43
5-1. Block Diagram
Jack & Tuner Section ·············································· 48
5-2. Block Diagram
Y/C Block Section ··················································· 49
5-3. Block Diagram
Normal Audio Section ············································· 50
5-4. Block Diagram
Hi-fi Section ···························································· 51
5-5. Block Diagram
System Section ························································ 52
5-6. Block Diagram
Power (SMPS) Section 1 ········································· 53
5-7. Block Diagram
Power (SMPS) Section 2 ········································· 54
5-8. Printed Wiring Board
DVD & AMP Section (Component Side) ··············· 55
5-9. Printed Wiring Board
DVD & AMP Section (Conductor Side) ················· 56
5-10. Schematic Diagram
MPEG Section ······················································· 57
5-11. Schematic Diagram
RF & Servo Section ··············································· 58
5-12. Schematic Diagram
µ_Com Section ·········································· 59
5-13. Schematic Diagram
Digital AMP Section ············································· 60
5-14. Schematic Diagram
PWM & Codeic Section ········································ 61
5-15. Schematic Diagram
Interface Section ···················································· 62
5-16. Printed Wiring Board
VCR Section ·························································· 65
5-17. Schematic Diagram
Power (SMPS) Section ·········································· 66
5-18. Schematic Diagram
Jack, Tuner Section ··············································· 67
5-19. Schematic Diagram
A/V Section ··························································· 68
5-20. Schematic Diagram
Hi-fi Section ·························································· 69
5-21. Schematic Diagram
System Section ······················································ 70
5-22. Printed Wiring Board
Display/Key Section ·············································· 72
5-23. Schematic Diagram
Display/Key Section ·············································· 73
5-24. Printed Wiring Board
SMPS Section ························································ 74
5-25. Schematic Diagram
SMPS Section ························································ 75
6. EXPLODED VIEWS
6-1. Overall Section ····························································· 77
6-2. DVD Mechanism Deck ················································· 78
6-3. Video Mechanism Deck -1 ············································ 79
6-4. Video Mechanism Deck -2 ············································ 80
6-5. Video Mechanism Deck -3 ············································ 81
7. ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST ··································· 82
TABLE OF CONTENTS
This section is extracted
from instruction manual.
DVD: Go to NEXT chapter/track. Press and hold for a fast forward search.
VIDEO: Advances the tape from STOP mode or for fast forward picture search.
Pause playback or recording
To record normally or to activate Instant Timer Recording.
Opens or closes
the disc tray.
Point the DVD/VCR Receiver remote
Shows the current sta-
tus of the DVD/VCR
Disc Tray (DVD deck)
Insert a disc here.
@ / 1
Switches the DVD/VCR Receiver ON and OFF.
DVD: Go to beginning of current chapter/track or to previous chapter/track.
Press and hold for a fast reverse search.
VIDEO: Rewinds the tape from STOP mode or for fast reverse picture search.
To play back a disc or
a recorded tape.
Stops playback or recording.
Selects the VIDEO deck's
source (Tuner, VIDEO 1
or VIDEO 2).
Scans up or down through
memorized channels or radio
Selects Radio opera-
VIDEO 2 IN(VIDEO/AUDIO IN (Left/Right))
Connect the audio/video output of an
external source (Audio system, TV/ Monitor,
Video Cassette Compartment (VIDEO deck)
Insert a video cassette here.
Ejects the tape in the VIDEO deck.
Adjusts sound level of speakers.
between the DVD deck
and the VIDEO deck.