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SAFETY INFORMATION

LITHIUM BATTERY NOTICE

CAUTION

Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced. Replace only with the same or equivalent type recommended by the manufacturer. Discard used batteries according to the manufacturer's instructions.

When replacing the lithium batteries, follow the note below. Dispose of the used battery promptly. Keep away from children. Do not disassemble and do not dispose of in

The battery used in this device may present a fire or chemical hazard if mistreated. Do not recharge, disassemble, heat above 100°C or incinerate. Replace only with the same Part Number. Use of another battery may present a risk of fire or explosion.

Note : The lithium battery installation position is shown in the exploded views.

I LABEL CHECK

- IMPORTANT-

THIS PIONEER APPARATUS CONTAINS LASER OF CLASS 1.

SERVICING OPERATION OF THE APPARATUS SHOULD BE DONE BY A SPECIALLY INSTRUCTED PERSON.

- LASER DIODE CHARACTERISTICS

MAXIMUM OUTPUT POWER: 100 mW WAVELENGTH: 654 - 662 nm

LASER DIODE CHARACTERISTICS MAXIMUM OUTPUT POWER: 5 mW WAVELENGTH: 770 - 810 nm

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LASER PRODUCT

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DRW2247

Additional Laser Caution-

. The ON/OFF(ON:low level,OFF:high level) status of the CLAMP signals for detecting the loading state are detected by the drive CPUs, and the design prevents laser diode oscillation when the CLAMP signal turns OFF. In normal operation, if no disc is clamped, the laser diode oscillation is disabled.

However, the interlock does not always operate in the test mode.

. When the cover is opened, close viewing of the objective lens with the naked eye will cause exposure to a Class 3A laser beam.

[Important Check Points for Good Servicing]

In this manual, procedures that must be performed during repairs are marked with the below symbol. Please be sure to confirm and follow these procedures.

1. Product safety

B Please conform to product regulations (such as safety and radiation regulations), and maintain a safe servicing environment by following the safety instructions described in this manual.

1 Use specified parts for repair.

Use genuine parts. Be sure to use important parts for safety. © Do not perform modifications without proper instructions.

Please follow the specified safety methods when modification(addition/change of parts) is required due to interferences such as radio/TV interference and foreign noise.

@ Make sure the soldering of repaired locations is properly performed.

When you solder while repairing, please be sure that there are no cold solder and other debris. Soldering should be finished with the proper quantity. (Refer to the example)

4 Make sure the screws are tightly fastened.

Please be sure that all screws are fastened, and that there are no loose screws. © Make sure each connectors are correctly inserted.

Please be sure that all connectors are inserted, and that there are no imperfect insertion.

© Make sure the wiring cables are set to their original state.

Please replace the wiring and cables to the original state after repairs. In addition, be sure that there are no pinched wires, etc.

© Make sure screws and soldering scraps do not remain inside the product.

Please check that neither solder debris nor screws remain inside the product.

© There should be no semi-broken wires, scratches, melting, etc. on the coating of the power cord.

Damaged power cords may lead to fire accidents, so please be sure that there are no damages. If you find a damaged power cord, please exchange it with a suitable one.

© There should be no spark traces or similar marks on the power plug.

When spark traces or similar marks are found on the power supply plug, please check the connection and advise on secure connections and suitable usage. Please exchange the power cord if necessary.

® Safe environment should be secured during servicing.

When you perform repairs, please pay attention to static electricity, furniture, household articles, etc. in order to prevent injuries. Please pay attention to your surroundings and repair safely.

2. Adjustments

To keep the original performance of the products, optimum adjustments and confirmation of characteristics within specification. Adjustments should be performed in accordance with the procedures/instructions described in this manual.

Pioneer Dvr 530

CONTENTS 2 3 4

SAFETY INFORMATION 2

1. SPECIFICATIONS 5

2. EXPLODED VIEWS AND PARTS LIST 8

2.1 PACKING 8

2.2 EXTERIOR SECTION 10

2.3 FRONT PANEL SECTION 12

3. BLOCK DIAGRAM AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM 14

3.1 BLOCK DIAGRAM 14

3.1.1 OVERALL BLOCK DIAGRAM 14

3.1.2 MAIN ASSY 16

3.2 OVERALL WIRING DIAGRAM 18

3.3 TUNB ASSY 20

3.4 JACB(1/2) and FLJB ASSYS 22

3.6 DVJB ASSY 26

3.7 ATAB ASSY 27

3.8 PSWB and RSWB ASSYS 28

3.14 SCRB ASSY 40

3.15 POWER SUPPLY UNIT 42

3.16 WAVE FORMS 44

4. PCB CONNECTION DIAGRAM 48

4.1 TUNB ASSY 49

4.2 JACB, FLJB, DVJB and ATAB ASSYS 52

4.3 PSWB and RSWB ASSYS 56

4.4 MAIN ASSY 60

4.5 SCRB ASSY 64

4.6 POWER SUPPLY UNIT 66

5. PCB PARTS LIST 68

6. ADJUSTMENT 72

7. GENERAL INFORMATION 73

7.1 DIAGNOSIS 73

7.1.1 MODEL TYPE SETTING 75

7.1.2 CPRM ID NUMBER AND DATA SETTING 76

7.1.3 FIRMWARE DOWNLOADING METHOD 80

7.1.4 VIDEO ADJUSTMENT FOR SPECIFIC AREA 83

7.1.5 SERVICE MODE 87

7.1.6 DV SERVICE MODE 101

7.1.7 EPG SERVICE MODE (Except DVR-433H model) 104

7.1.8 AGING MODE 106

7.1.9 HDD CHECK MODE 108

7.1.10 SETUP SEQUENCE 114

7.1.11 DISASSEMBLY 115

7.2 IC 121

7.3 CAUTIONS ON HANDLING THE HDD 134

7.4 DISC/CONTENT FORMAT 136

8. PANEL FACILITIES 138

1. SPECIFICATIONS

Specifications

General

System HDD, DVD-Video, DVD-R/RW,

Video-CD, Super VCD, CD, CD-R/RW (WMA, MP3, JPEG, CD-DA)

Power requirements 220 - 240 V, 50/S0 Hz

Power consumption

DVR-S30H 49 W

DVR-530H 48 W

Power consumption in standby mode 0.93 W

(Front panel display: off)

Weight 4.1 kg

Operating temperature +50C to +350C

Operating humidity 5% to 85%

(no condensation)

TV system PAL/SECAM/

NTSC (external input only)

Recording

Recording format DVD Video Recording

DVD-VIDEO

Recordable discs

DVD-RW (DVD Re-recordable disc) DVD-R (DVD Recordable disc)

Video recording format

Sampling frequency 13.5MHz

Compression format MPEG

Audio recording format

Sampling frequency 48kHz

Compression format Dolby Digital or Linear PCM

(uncompressed)

Recording time HDD (250GB)

XP+ Approx. 3S hours

Fine (XP) Approx. 53 hours

Standard Play (SP) Approx. 10S hours

Long Play (LP) Approx. 212 hours

Extended Play (EP) Approx. 319 hours

Super Long Play (SLP) Approx. 425 hours

Super Extended Play (SEP) Approx. 532 hours

Manual Mode (MN) Approx. 3S - 711 hours

HDD (160GB)

XP+ Approx. 23 hours

Fine (XP) Approx. 34 hours

Standard Play (SP) Approx. S8 hours

Long Play (LP) Approx. 13S hours

Extended Play (EP) Approx. 204 hours

Super Long Play (SLP) Approx. 272 hours

Super Extended Play (SEP) Approx. 340 hours

Manual Mode (MN) Approx. 23 - 455 hours

DVD-R/DVD-RW

Fine (XP) Approx. 1 hour

Standard Play (SP) Approx. 2 hours

Long Play (LP) Approx. 4 hours

Extended Play (EP) Approx. 6 hours

Super Long Play (SLP) Approx. 8 hours

Super Extended Play (SEP) Approx. 10 hours

Tuner

Receivable channels

SECAM B/G PAL B/G

Frequency

Channel

SECAM B/G PAL B/G

Frequency

Channel

PAL I

Frequency

Channel

VHF (low)

47 - 89 MHz

E2 - E4 X - Z

44 -

89 MHz

A - C X - Z

VHF (high)

104 - 300 MHz

E5 - E12

104

- 300 MHz

D - J

S1 - S20

11, 13

M1 - M10

S1 - S20

U1 - U10

Hyper

302 - 470 MHz

S21 - S41

302

- 470 MHz

S21 - S41

PAL I

Frequency

Channel

SECAM L

Frequency

SECAM L

Frequency

Frequency Channel

Channel

VHF (low)

49 -

S5 MHz

FB, FC1,

49 -

94 MHz

R1 -

R5

FC

VHF (high)

104

- 300 MHz

F1 - FS

104

- 300 MHz

RS -

R12

B - Q

S1 -

S20

Hyper

300

- 470 MHz

S21 - S41

302

- 470 MHz

S21

STEREO B/G - A2 I - NICAM L - NICAM B/G - NICAM D/K - NICAM

Frequency Channel

STEREO B/G - A2 I - NICAM L - NICAM B/G - NICAM D/K - NICAM

Timer

Programs

Clock

Power off memory .

1 month/32 programs

. Quartz lock (24-hour digital display) Approx. 5 years (after manufacture)

Input/Output

VHF/UHF antenna input/output terminal VHF/UHF set

75 Q (IEC connector)

Jacks AV connector 2 (Input 1),

Video output AV1, Output

Jacks AV connector (AV1)

RCA jack (Output)

Jacks AV connector 2 (Input 1),

Channel

S-Video output AV1, Output

Jacks AV connector 1 (AV1),

4 pin mini DIN (Output)

Component video output

Jacks RCA jacks

RGB input

Jacks AV connector 2 (Input 1)

RGB output

Output level 0.7 Vp-p (75Q)

Jacks AV connector 1 (AV1)

Input level

During audio input 2V rms

(Input impedance: more than 22 kQ)

Jacks AV connector 2 (Input 1),

Audio output AV1, Output

During audio output 2V rms

(Output impedance: less than 1.5 kQ)

Jacks AV connector 1 (AV1),

RCA jacks (Output)

Control input Mini jack

DV input 4 pin (front)

(i.LINK/IEEE 1394 standard) G-LINK™ Mini jack

AV Connectors (21-pin connector assignment)

AV connector input/output 21-pin connector

This connector provides the video and audio signals for connection to a compatible colour TV or monitor.

201816141210 8 6 4 2

21 1917151311 9 7 5 3 1

17 GND

1 9 Video out or Y out / Video out

8 Status

2 1 GND

Supplied accessories

Remote control 1

Dry cell batteries (AA/R6P) 2

Audio / Video cable (red/white/yellow) 1

RF antenna cable 1

Power cable 1

Operating Instructions

Warranty card 1

Note: The specifications and design of this product are subject to change without notice, due to improvement.

Accessories

Remote control x1 (VXX2969)

Power cable x1 (ADG7090 : WYXV type)

Power cable x1 (ADG7090 : WYXV type)

(ADG7103 : WVXV type)

(ADG7103 : WVXV type)

Dry cell batteries x2 (AA/R6P)

Dry cell batteries x2 (AA/R6P)

RF antenna cable(PAL) x1 (VDE1075)

Audio / Video cable(1.5m) x1

(red/white/yellow)

(VDE1077)

IR Blaster(3m) x1 (VDX1010)

NOTES: • Parts marked by "NSP" are generally unavailable because they are not in our Master Spare Parts List.

• The A mark found on some component parts indicates the importance of the safety factor of the part. A Therefore, when replacing, be sure to use parts of identical designation.

• Screws adjacent to ^ mark on product are used for disassembly.

• For the applying amount of lubricants or glue, follow the instructions in this manual. (In the case of no amount instructions, apply as you think it appropriate.)

2.1 PACKING

530H-S/WYXV, 630H-S/WYXV

DVR-530H-S/WVXV, DVR-630H-S/WVXV

DVR-530H-AV/WVXV, WVXV

530H-S/WYXV, 630H-S/WYXV

DVR-530H-S/WVXV, DVR-630H-S/WVXV

DVR-530H-AV/WVXV, WVXV

Pioneer Dvr 433h

5 ■

6

7 ■

8

(1) PACKING SECTION PARTS LIST

Mark No.

Description

Part No.

Mark No.

Description

Part No.

> 1

Power Cable

See Contrast table (2)

16

Operating Instructions

See Contrast table (2)

2

Audio / Video Cable (1.5m)

VDE1077

17

Dual Layer IM

See Contrast table (2)

3

RF Antenna Cable

VDE1075

18

Dual Layer IM

See Contrast table (2)

4

Remote Control Unit

See Contrast table (2)

19

Dual Layer IM

See Contrast table (2)

5

Battery Cover

See Contrast table (2)

20

Dual Layer IM

See Contrast table (2)

NSP 6

Dry Cell Battery (R6P, AA)

See Contrast table (2)

21

Dual Layer IM

See Contrast table (2)

7

IR Blaster

VDX1010

22

Dual Layer IM

See Contrast table (2)

NSP 8

Warranty Card

ARY7065

NSP 23

User Card

See Contrast table (2)

9

WEEE Caution Card

VRR1065

NSP 24

User Card

See Contrast table (2)

10

HDD Caution 8L

VRR1063

NSP 25

Polyethylene Bag (A4 x2)

See Contrast table (2)

11

Operating Instructions

See Contrast table (2)

26

Polyethylene Bag B5

VHL1088

12

Operating Instructions

See Contrast table (2)

27

Left Pad

VHA1386

13

Operating Instructions

See Contrast table (2)

28

Right Pad

VHA1387

14

Operating Instructions

See Contrast table (2)

29

Remote Control Holder

VHC1139

15

Operating Instructions

See Contrast table (2)

30

Packing Case

See Contrast table (2)

31

Mirror Mat

VHL1089

32

WEEE Label

See Contrast table (2)

(2) CONTRAST TABLE

DVR-530H-S/WYXV, WVXV, DVR-530H-AV/WYXV, WVXV, DVR-630H-S/WYXV and WVXV are constructed the same except for the following:

Mark

No.

Symbol and Description

DVR-530H-S /WYXV

DVR-530H-S /WVXV

DVR-530H-AV /WYXV

DVR-530H-AV /WVXV

DVR-630H-S /WYXV

DVR-630H-S /WVXV

>

1

Power Cable

ADG7090

ADG7103

ADG7090

ADG7103

ADG7090

ADG7103

4

Remote Control Unit

VXX2969

VXX2969

Not used

Not used

VXX2969

VXX2969

5

Battery Cover

AZN7933

AZN7933

Not used

Not used

AZN7933

AZN7933

NSP

6

Dry Cell Battery (R6P, AA)

VEM1030

VEM1030

Not used

Not used

VEM1030

VEM1030

11

Operating Instructions (English)

Not used

VRB1371

Not used

Not used

Not used

VRB1371

12

Operating Instructions (French)

VRC1251

Not used

Not used

Not used

VRC1251

Not used

13

Operating Instructions (German)

VRC1252

Not used

Not used

Not used

VRC1252

Not used

14

Operating Instructions (Italian)

VRC1253

Not used

Not used

Not used

VRC1253

Not used

15

Operating Instructions (Dutch)

VRC1254

Not used

Not used

Not used

VRC1254

Not used

16

Operating Instructions (Spanish)

VRC1255

Not used

Not used

Not used

VRC1255

Not used

17

Dual Layer IM (English)

Not used

VRB1392

Not used

VRB1392

Not used

VRB1392

18

Dual Layer IM (French)

VRC1280

Not used

VRC1280

Not used

VRC1280

Not used

19

Dual Layer IM (German)

VRC1281

Not used

VRC1281

Not used

VRC1281

Not used

20

Dual Layer IM (Italian)

VRC1282

Not used

VRC1282

Not used

VRC1282

Not used

21

Dual Layer IM (Spanish)

VRC1283

Not used

VRC1283

Not used

VRC1283

Not used

22

Dual Layer IM (Dutch)

VRC1284

Not used

VRC1284

Not used

VRC1284

Not used

NSP

23

User Card

VRY1157

VRY1157

Not used

Not used

Not used

Not used

NSP

24

User Card

VRY1158

Not used

Not used

Not used

Not used

Not used

NSP

25

Polyethylene Bag (A4 x2)

VHL1091

Not used

Not used

Not used

VHL1091

Not used

30

Packing Case

VHG2600

VHG2630

VHG2619

VHG2622

VHG2601

VHG2603

32

WEEE Label

VRW2231

VRW2231

Not used

Not used

VRW2231

VRW2231

Infocus Dlp Schematic

Refer to

"2.3 FRONT PANEL SECTION

Refer to

"2.3 FRONT PANEL SECTION

5 ■

6

7 ■

8

(1) EXTERIOR SECTION PARTS LIST

Mark No.

Description

Part No.

Mark No.

Description

Part No.

1

TUNB Assy (for service)

VXX3025

NSP31

HDD Stay

VNE2369

2

JACB Assy

VWV2115

32

DV Angle

VNE2370

3

FLJB Assy

VWG2536

NSP 33

Writer Stay L

VNE2371

4

DVJB Assy

VWG2523

NSP34

Writer Stay R

VNE2372

5

ATAB Assy

VWV2123

NSP35

PCB Base

VNE2378

6

MAIN Assy (for service)

VXX2997

36

Fan Duct

VNK5693

7

SCRB Assy (for service)

VXX3021

NSP37

Binder (BK-1)

ZCA-BK1

A 8

POWER SUPPLY Unit

VWR1392

38

Pioneer Name Plate

VAM1148

9

HDD

See Contrast table (2)

39

Tray Sheet

VEC2467

1G

DRIVE Assy R9R

VXX2987

4G

Tray Panel EB

VNK5715

11

Flexible Cable (27P)

VDA2063

41

Bonnet Label

See Contrast table

12

Flexible Cable (16P)

VDA2064

NSP42

P. Plate Holder

PNY-405

13

Flexible Cable (40P)

VDA2065

43

Earth Plate TU

VBK1156

14

Flexible Cable (40P)

VDA2066

44

#6-32 Screw

DBA1125

15

Flexible Cable (27P)

VDA2067

45

Screw

VBA1098

16

Housing Assy (4P)

VKP2357

46

Screw

VBA1104

17

Housing Assy (4P)

VKP2358

47

Screw

AMZ30P060FTC

18

Ferrite Core

VTH1050

48

Screw

BBZ30P040FTC

19

DC Fan Motor

VXM1120

49

Screw

BBZ30P060FTC

2G

Rubber Foot

VEB1349

5G

Screw

BPZ30P080FTC

21

Rubber Spacer (CR)

VEB1373

51

Screw

BPZ30P250FTC

NSP 22

PC Support

VEC1749

52

Screw

BSR30P060FTC

23

Gasket 10 x 7T

VEC2472

53

Screw

BSZ30P060FTC

24

Gasket 40 x 5T

VEC2473

54

Screw

PBZ30P080FTC

25

Gasket 10 x 25T

VEC2475

NSP55

Tape

ZTA-156A-19

26

Aluminum Tape 50 x 25

VEF1058

NSP56

Serial Label S

VRW2188

27

Aluminum Tape 135 x 25

VEF1059

NSP57

ID Label Assy

VXW1006

28

Bonnet Case S

VXX3039

58

HDD Caution 8L B

VRR1062

29

Rear Panel

See Contrast table (2)

NSP 3G

Base Chassis

VNB1052

(2) CONTRAST TABLE

DVR-530H-S/WYXV, WVXV, DVR-530H-AV/WYXV, WVXV, DVR-630H-S/WYXV and WVXV are constructed the same except for the following:

Mark

No.

Symbol and Description

DVR-530H-S /WYXV

DVR-530H-S /WVXV

DVR-530H-AV /WYXV

DVR-530H-AV /WVXV

DVR-630H-S /WYXV

DVR-630H-S /WVXV

9

HDD 160G WD1600BBGUCS

VXF1G68

VXF1G68

VXF1G68

VXF1G68

Not used

Not used

9

HDD 250G ST3250823 S

Not used

Not used

Not used

Not used

VXF1G82

VXF1G82

29

Rear Panel

VNA2772

VNA2772

VNA2773

VNA2773

VNA2793

VNA2793

41

Bonnet Label

VRW2172

VRW2172

VRW2181

VRW2181

VRW2192

VRW2192

Pcm M10 Service Manual

(1) FRONT PANEL SECTION PARTS LIST

Mark No.

Description

PSWB Assy RSWB Assy Housing Assy (3P) Rubber Foot FL Lens E

Part No.

VWG2526

VWG2530

VKP2359

VEB1349

VNK5706

Main Key Center Lens E Front Panel E Door E

Center Panel EB2

See Contrast table (2) VNK5713

See Contrast table (2) See Contrast table (2) VNK5714

11 12

Key Top A Ring E

PLAY Plate E REC Plate E Screw

See Contrast table (2) See Contrast table (2) See Contrast table (2) See Contrast table (2) BPZ30P080FTC

(2) CONTRAST TABLE

DVR-530H-S/WYXV, WVXV, DVR-530H-AV/WYXV, WVXV, DVR-630H-S/WYXV and WVXV are constructed the same except for the following:

Mark

No.

Symbol and Description

DVR-530H-S /WYXV

DVR-530H-S /WVXV

DVR-530H-AV /WYXV

DVR-530H-AV /WVXV

DVR-630H-S /WYXV

DVR-630H-S /WVXV

6

Main Key E1

VNK5707

VNK5707

VNK5707

VNK5707

Not used

Not used

6

Main Key E2

Not used

Not used

Not used

Not used

VNK5704

VNK5704

8

Front Panel E

VNK5763

VNK5763

VNK5763

VNK5763

VNK5816

VNK5816

9

Door E

VNK5708

VNK5708

VNK5708

VNK5708

VNK5834

VNK5834

11

Key Top A

Not used

Not used

Not used

Not used

VNK5717

VNK5717

12

Ring E

Not used

Not used

Not used

Not used

VNK5719

VNK5719

13

PLAY Plate E

Not used

Not used

Not used

Not used

VNK5720

VNK5720

14

REC Plate E

Not used

Not used

Not used

Not used

VNK5721

VNK5721

3. BLOCK DIAGRAM AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM

3.1 BLOCK DIAGRAM 3.1.1 OVERALL BLOCK DIAGRAM

Recording system signal route

Playback system signal route

Recording system signal route

Playback system signal route

530 Service Manual

LOADING MOTOR

STEPPIONG MOTOR

LOADING MOTOR

STEPPIONG MOTOR

U DVJB ASSY

IC101 PMC002A8

Tuner U-com

DV TERMINAL

JA601 iXXXXl

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