PLL SYNTHESIZED RECEIVER
Ver 1.1 2001. 08
Personal Audio Company
Shinagawa Tec Service Manual Production Group
FM: Super heterodyne
AM: Dual conversion super heterodyne
FM: 76108 MHz
87.50 108 MHz (Saudi Arabia and Malaysia)
SW: 1 621 29 999 kHz
2 25026 100 kHz (Saudi Arabia and Malaysia)
MW: 5301 620 kHz
LW: 150529 kHz
150285 kHz (Saudi Arabia and Malaysia)
LINE OUT jack (stereo minijack)
Recording output level approx. 245 mV, output
impedance less than 10 k
(headphones) jack (stereo minijack)
× 1 16
Approx. 77 mm diameter, 8
380 mW (at 10 % harmonic distortion)
DC 6 V, four R6 (size AA) batteries
External power source
DC IN 6V
× 118.8 × 35.3 mm incl. projecting parts
Approx. 536 g
Approx. 608 g (incl. four R6 (size AA) batteries)
Carrying case (1)
Batteries (4) (Tourist)
Stereo headphones (1) (Tourist)
Ear pads (2) (Tourist)
AC power adaptor (1) (Tourist)
AC plug adaptor (1) (Tourist)
Compact antenna AN-71 (1)
Antenna connector (1) (Tourist)
Wave Handbook (1) (Except Saudi Arabia and Malaysia)
Short Wave Guide (1) (Saudi Arabia and Malaysia)
Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. GENERAL ··································································· 3
2-1. Cabinet (Rear) ································································· 6
3. ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS ······························ 6
4-1. Block Diagram ······························································· 9
4-2. Printed Wiring Board
Main Board (Conductor Side) ································ 10
4-3. Printed Wiring Board
Main Board (Component Side) ······························ 11
4-4. Schematic Diagram Main Board (1/2) ··················· 12
4-5. Schematic Diagram Main Board (2/2) ··················· 13
4-6. Printed Wiring Board KEY Board ························· 14
4-7. Schematic Diagram KEY Board ···························· 15
4-8. IC Pin Function Description ········································ 16
5-1. Cabinet Section ···························································· 17
5-2. Chassis Section ···························································· 18
6. ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST ··································· 19
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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.
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This section is extracted from
AM EXT ANT (AM
external antenna) jack (35)
ATT (attenuator) control
ATT (attenuator) ON/
OFF switch (21)
LINE OUT (recording
output) jack (33)
(headphones) jack (17,
You can enjoy FM stereo
connecting the optional
stereo headphones to the
unit . When using
headphones, sound from
the speaker will be
DC IN 6V !
(external power input)
When the display is
difficult to see, press this
button to light up the
display for approximately
10 seconds. Pressing the
button again while the
light is on will turn off the
light. Performing button
operations while the light
is on will extend the
SSB FINE TUNE control (26)
LSB/USB selector (26, 27)
AM MODE selector (26, 27)
TONE selector (33)
Always pull out the base of the antenna before use.
Furthermore, do not use unnecessary force when storing the
antenna. At this time, be sure to push in the base as well.
SLEEP button (31)
HOLD switch (32)
DIRECT button (15, 16)
FM/AM button (16, 18, 20)
STANDBY TIME SET
buttons (28, 30)
ENTER, LOCAL TIME
SET button (11, 22, 28)
ERASE, DST (Daylight
Saving Time) button (11,
AM BAND, WORLD
TIME button (13, 18, 20)
POWER ON/OFF button
Number buttons (15, 16,
22, 23, 24)
DISPLAY, EXE button
(13, 15, 16)
Press to switch to clock
display while operating
the radio. Press again to
return to the previous
display. If you do not
press the button, the
display will return to the
previous condition in
about 10 seconds.
SCAN button (24)
PAGE button (22, 24)
TIME SET/TIME SET
buttons (11, 13, 18, 20, 28)
TUNE indicator (16, 18)
Appears when a station
is tuned in.
Battery indicator (9)
HOLD indicator (32)
Appears when HOLD is
in effect. All buttons will
Time) indicator (12)
Appears when the time
display is adjusted to the
Daylight Saving Time.
difference display (11, 22,
lock) indicator (27)
synchronous detection is
SLEEP indicator (31)
Appears when the sleep
timer is in effect.
(28, 29, 30)
Light up when the
standby timer is set.
PAGE number display
Appears constantly when
the radio is on.
Setting the Current Time
"0:00" flashes in the display when installing the batteries for the first time
or when the unit has been reset. Set the clock to the current time.
This unit can display local time, which is the time for your time zone, as
well as world time, which is the time for any other area in the world.
For the calculation of the time in other areas of the world, the time
difference* between the local time and the UTC (Universal Time
Coordinated) is used (see page 14, "Time difference with UTC for each
area"). To find out the correct time, set the correct time and time
difference of the area you are in.
* This unit uses time zones to pinpoint specific areas.
If the radio is turned on, press POWER ON/OFF to
turn it off.
You cannot set the clock when the radio is turned on.
Hold down LOCAL TIME SET and press K or + k
to choose the time difference between your local time
and the UTC.
TIME ZONE indicator will appear. Each time you press K or
+ k, the time difference (UTC + or ) and
the "hour" of the clock will increase or
Two short beeps will be heard when
adjusting the time difference to
When you release LOCAL TIME SET, the
TIME ZONE indicator will disappear and the time difference with
UTC will be determined.
2, 4, 5
To set the daylight saving time, press DST to display
If daylight saving time is not used in your area, daylight saving
time is not currently in effect, or
is already displayed, proceed
to Step 4.
Hold down LOCAL TIME SET and press ?K or k?+
to set the local time.
Each time you press ?K or k?+, the current time will decrease or
increase by a minute. To change the digits rapidly, hold down ?K
Two short beeps will be heard when adjusting the time to "0:00".
Release LOCAL TIME SET.
" : " starts flashing and the clock starts
To switch to clock display while the radio is turned on
Press EXE. The display returns to the previous condition
automatically after about 10 seconds or when EXE is pressed
again. The time display period is extended when the WORLD
TIME button is pressed during clock display, or when K or
+ k is pressed during world time display. During clock display,
radio operations such as changing frequencies are not possible.
The clock will not be displayed during auto scan (page 20) or
memory scan (page 24).
For areas adopting the daylight saving time (summer time)
Press DST to display the
indicator if you are now in the
summer time period. When the summer time period has ended,
press DST to clear the
indicator. The time display will be
· The clock is displayed in the 24 hour system.
· Press LOCAL TIME SET to stop the flashing of "0:00".
· To adjust the time to the second, release LOCAL TIME SET at the time
of the tone.