Richtige Fernseher haben Röhren!

Richtige Fernseher haben Röhren!

In Brief: On this site you will find pictures and information about some of the electronic, electrical and electrotechnical Obsolete technology relics that the Frank Sharp Private museum has accumulated over the years .
Premise: There are lots of vintage electrical and electronic items that have not survived well or even completely disappeared and forgotten.

Or are not being collected nowadays in proportion to their significance or prevalence in their heyday, this is bad and the main part of the death land. The heavy, ugly sarcophagus; models with few endearing qualities, devices that have some over-riding disadvantage to ownership such as heavy weight,toxicity or inflated value when dismantled, tend to be under-represented by all but the most comprehensive collections and museums. They get relegated to the bottom of the wants list, derided as 'more trouble than they are worth', or just forgotten entirely. As a result, I started to notice gaps in the current representation of the history of electronic and electrical technology to the interested member of the public.

Following this idea around a bit, convinced me that a collection of the peculiar alone could not hope to survive on its own merits, but a museum that gave equal display space to the popular and the unpopular, would bring things to the attention of the average person that he has previously passed by or been shielded from. It's a matter of culture. From this, the Obsolete Technology Tellye Web Museum concept developed and all my other things too. It's an open platform for all electrical Electronic TV technology to have its few, but NOT last, moments of fame in a working, hand-on environment. We'll never own Colossus or Faraday's first transformer, but I can show things that you can't see at the Science Museum, and let you play with things that the Smithsonian can't allow people to touch, because my remit is different.

There was a society once that was the polar opposite of our disposable, junk society. A whole nation was built on the idea of placing quality before quantity in all things. The goal was not “more and newer,” but “better and higher" .This attitude was reflected not only in the manufacturing of material goods, but also in the realms of art and architecture, as well as in the social fabric of everyday life. The goal was for each new cohort of children to stand on a higher level than the preceding cohort: they were to be healthier, stronger, more intelligent, and more vibrant in every way.

The society that prioritized human, social and material quality is a Winner. Truly, it is the high point of all Western civilization. Consequently, its defeat meant the defeat of civilization itself.

Today, the West is headed for the abyss. For the ultimate fate of our disposable society is for that society itself to be disposed of. And this will happen sooner, rather than later.

OLD, but ORIGINAL, Well made, Funny, Not remotely controlled............. and not Made in CHINA.

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Every CRT Television saved let revive knowledge, thoughts, moments of the past life which will never return again.........

Many contemporary "televisions" (more correctly named as displays) would not have this level of staying power, many would ware out or require major services within just five years or less and of course, there is that perennial bug bear of planned obsolescence where components are deliberately designed to fail and, or manufactured with limited edition specificities..... and without considering........picture......sound........quality........
..............The bitterness of poor quality is remembered long after the sweetness of todays funny gadgets low price has faded from memory........ . . . . . .....
Don't forget the past, the end of the world is upon us! Pretty soon it will all turn to dust!

Have big FUN ! !
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Thursday, August 18, 2011


The SANYO CHASSIS 2021 is based around the DIGIVISION ITT TECHNOLOGY and is therefore a digital chassis.

On a monocarrier are fitted all circuits and the digital board is left postioned in a metal shield box.

On the front side is fitted a PCB carrying the system control.

Micom - SAB8032B-P
Memory -    NVM3060
SMPS - TEA2260 & 2SC4429
TR Chopper - AE0195
SAW - F5315 & B5308

Vertical - TDA8172

Sound - TDA2822M
Stereo -    TDA8425
Tuner - TD0122EA TERE2-005A
TV/AV -    TEA2014A
FBT - FDB01 (HR7712)
HOT -    2SD1555 RGB Amp. - TDA6100Q

Other ICs - ADC2301E APU2471 DPU2553 DTI2223 LA7210 MC14066BCP MC14175BCP MC74HC573AN MCU2600 TDA8341 TDA2556 TDA1521 SAA3035 SPU2243 TPU2735 PVPU2204 VCU2136 TMS4256-12NL


 This new chassis was  intended for cover the high range of TVC, incorporating the most advanced technology available for obtain elevated benefits, both in terms of control and quality of image AND stereophonic sound . further allows the incorporation direct from different TVC standards and peripheral circuits through two scart connectors (SCART).

As a novelty, it incorporates a treatment of the audio and video signals in  digital technic, plus a PIP system (Image in Image). The control system is by a microcontroller AND Program stored in EEPROM memory. All the settings minus the source voltage, NICAM and F.I. can be made from the M.D. in service mode. From what i know refers to the sound is prepared for receive in NICAM 728 and in German system IRG. It is also possible by adding circuits decoding signals SECAM. The functions performed by each of circuits are determined by the circuit characteristics integrated employees.


IC-100   (SAB 3035)  CITAC. Interface tuning control (via I2C bus)
IC -150   (TDA 8341)  Amplifier F.I. video with demodulator and circuit by CAG.
IC - 200  (TDA 2556)  Amplifier "QUASI PARALLEL" sound, with demodulator 5.5 MHz and 5.74 MHz.

IC-301 (TEA 2260)  Controller-power supply regulator
IC-350  (PQ12R04I) Stabilizer 12V voltage.
IC-352  (SI3052) Stabilizer voltage of 5 V.
IC-353-354 (PQ05R04I) Stabilizers voltage of 5 V.
IC-355  (L7805CV) Stabilizer voltage 5 V.
IC-390 (TDA 1521)  Amplifier audio power.
IC-401  (TDA 8172)  Amplifier vertical deflection power
D-350  (PC 113B)  Optocoupler. Controller   source current feeding.

PCB  TRC IC-601-611-621  (TDA 6100) Amplifier RGB signals output
IC-350  (L7812CV)  Stabilizer voltage of 5 V.
IC-701  (SAB 8032 A)  Microcontroller 8 bits with a working frequency of  12  MHz.  and  32  lines of Entrance exit. Controls the I2C bus and IM
IC-703  (74HC573)  3-state LATCH, multiplexer  of the   bus of  data/ addresses
IC-704 (27C512)  64K EPROM memory 8-bit positions each contain the TV operating program.
IC-705  (TDA8425)   Processor  and headphone controller.
IC-706  (TDA 2822 M)  Amplifier headphone power.
IC-707 (LA 7210 ') FTZ Audio Mute

IC-1  (MCU 2600)  Clock generator of operation of the C.I. of the plate, synchronize the clock with the chroma of the main image.
IC-2  (DPU 2553TC02DM)  Unit of deflection process deals digitally the whole deflection issue. (checked by IM bus)
IC-3  (TPU 2735TC20)  Process unit teletext) receives the TXT and generates characters on screen. (Checked by IM bus)
IC-4  (PVPU 2204TC03DM)  Unit of video process separates chroma and luminance  and  perform the  adjustment automatic cut-off and blank. (controlled by IM bus)
IC-6-19  (MVM 3060)  Memories no volatile, are used to memorize the data referring to the settings of the TV  So  as the  schedule of program. (Controlled by the IM bus)
IC-7  (DTI 2223TC06DM)  Improves transitions  digital signal Colour. (controlled by IM bus)
IC-8  (VCU 2136TCl9DM)  Make the A / D and D / A conversions of the signal video and RGB insertion on screen.
IC-11-12-13  (TDA 8440)  Switches video and sound for SCART connectors controlled via I2C bus.
I C - 1  4 (ADC230lETClO) A / D Converter audio (controlled by IM bus)
IC-15 (APU 247lTC78) Processing unitaudio (controlled by IM bus)

IC-17  (HY53C256)  32K DRAM memory by 8, store pages  teletext.

PCB P.I.P. OPTIONAL IC-1201 (VAD 2150 TCOl) Of video . A / D converter
IC-1203  (VPU 2203TC30)  Unit of PIP video process.  (checked by IM bus)
IC-1204  (DPU 2553 TC02DM)  Unit of process of  deflection  of the  PIP (controlled by IM bus)
IC-1205 (MCU 2600 TC 53) Generator PIP board clock, phase the clock with the chroma of the signal PIP.
IC-1206 -  (PIP 2250/12)  Controller PIP image, perform insert of the PIP in the main image as well as  Image stop effects, strobe and window situation. (checked
by IM bus).
IC-1207-8  (TMM 41464P-12)  Memories 64K DRAMs by 4, each, stores the digital image of the PIP.

IC-1510 (TA 8662 N) QPSK demodulator
IC-1540  -  (LC 3664NL-12)  RAM 64K high speed static with an 8K by 8 configuration.
IC-1541 (TC 6011N) PCM Decoder
IC-1550  (TD6710 AN) D / A Converter 14 bits.
IC-1560  (SN74LSl5N)  AND gates of 3 tickets
IC-1570  (LA6462D)  Amplifier operational
IC-1571-72  (LA6462S)  Amplifier operational

K-1590 (CD4066BE) Four analog switches.



This chassis incorporates a power supply power based on the internal circuit IC-301 TEA 2260 grade which uses the beginning of an SMPS font. His principal main characteristics are: limitation of the 4303 current on two levels, slow start, protection against short circuits and overvoltage. The working frequency is 30 KHz .; regulation is done by an optocoupler to stabilize the t 155 v .. The switching is carried out at through transistor Q303. Energy necessary for operation is obtained has the network from the rectification cator bridge formed by D301 to D304. The source stabilizes the voltage of output against voltage variations network and load and incorporates a protection against short circuits. The R313 supplies the initial current of start, when the supply voltage tion reaches the starting voltage (typically 10.5 V.) the circuit co begins to generate output pulses in the softstarting mode. Is that is, the generation of the departure is not abrupt but is done gently in three staggered steps ascendingly.

Once the source has started the voltage circuit power Integrated is obtained through the voltage recovered by D308 and R314. The PIN 16 supplies the voltage of supply to the power part of the IC 301, while pin 15 a through the R306 supplies the power to the low consumption part of the same. Pin 14 generates the pulse pulses departure to him transistor switching, these pulses go through a low pass filter to shape the shape signal and by a zener to limit the base voltage of 4303, R312 is the base exhaust resistance of 4303. When the Q303 she drives, circulate current through the primary of the choper; this stored energy will produce a voltage on the secondaries. The circuit consisting of R315, D309 and C315 serves as protection against f.c.e.m. of the primary of the chopper, so that no Let's overload the 4303. The 4304 is in charge of controlling the LED of the optocoupler D-385 (PC-1130); he actuation point is set by VR301, with which the voltages of the secondary ones. The reference signal is inserted into
pin 6, which is the error amplifier input. He integrated circuit compares internally the reference pulses with the pulses output by correcting the conduction of the transistor in order to obtain the stable output voltage zada * The R317 takes a sample from the 4303 output current so that introduces voltage on pin 3. This acts as protection against overload by eliminating the output pulses of pin 14 when it detects an excess consumption by the transistor. The components connected to the Call 10 and ll C311 and R307 determine the oscillator frequency in operation I lie normal. Yes a short occurs circuit at the output, it will produce a reference voltage drop (6) with which pin 7 will pass been high making the transistor Q302. This in turn will connect to ground the R309 causing the oscillator time constant and by Therefore, its frequency, activated thus varying protection.

The IC 301 itself generates the three pulses you are from soft starting after four them if the source is not able to start because the short circuit persists goes to come to a complete stop by pressing the mains switch in the case of make a new attempt. The source has five output outputs secondary: 155V for power lines, 33V tuning, 22v power sound 12V for C.I. and four 5V outputs for C.I. digital. The voltages of 12 and 5V are stabilized for a circuit integrated type PQl2R04I and PQ5R04I which act also as controlled switches by 4351 which in turn is controlled on the ON / Stand-by line.

THe tuner used this ready to receive channels in CCIR standard, and designed to operate with a tuning by frequency synthesis whereby includes a departure from prescaler (divides the frequency of the local oscillator by 256). Terminals of the tuner correspond to the following functions: Terminal 1 - (FI) Intermediate frequency output Terminal 2 - not used Terminal 3 - (MB) Mixer supply + l2V Terminal 4 - (SB Feeding the prescaler + 5V Terminal 5 - (LB) Band 1 power supply, + l2V Terminal 6 - (AGC) AGC voltage Terminal 7 - (HB) Belt feed III, + l2V Terminal 8 - (TU) Tuning voltage Terminal 9 - (UB) Belt feed UHF, + l2V Tuning is done by integrated circuit IC 100 (Computer Interface for Tuning And Control) SAB 3035 this performs the functions of tuning control by frequency synthesis, band switching of the tuner as well as the selection of standard. The CITAC It is controlled via I2C bus by the IC 701 microcontroller. It has a frequency table with frequencies corresponding to each channel located in memory EPROM 

IC 704. Tuning is achieved from following form. The microprocessor via I2C bus sends information regarding the frequency of the channel to be tuned, he CITAC depending on the frequency assigns the tuning voltage; the tuner in turn generates the frequency prescaler (F.o.l./ 256) which the CITAC 'compares it with the desired value and corrects the tuning tension, repeating itself continuously ' said cycle, this principle is very similar to the fun- tion of a PLL. The channel frequency measurement has a resolution of 50 KHZ. Pins 5 and 6 are the managers to communicate with the microcontroller via I2c bus, the pin 16 is the 12V power supply. for him functioning internal of the IC-100, while pin 17 is the 33V supply. for tuning. Pin ll takes a reference for the AFT (approx. 6V.), while pin 12 is the AFT voltage input from the I.F. Of video. The Pin 23 is the input for the frequency of prescaler from the tuner, this latter supplies a typical voltage of 1Vpp. CITAC also has a series of input and output ports which are programmable via I2C bus from the microcontroller, these outputs are used as expansion paths of the same to control or receive data referring to the NICAM, scart and standard of reception. The information regarding NICAM (stereo, mono, dual) is present on pins 7 and 10 of CITAC from the NICAM module. The information information regarding the connection or disconnection of the scart connectors (pin 8 scart) enters pins 8 and 9 of the CITAC. The reference information to the receiving standard (B / G, D / K, 1) it exits pins 25, 28 and 26 respectively. These signs go towards the F.I. sound and video to perform the norm switching, depending on the application . CITAC uses a 4MHz oscillator as a clock. controlled by a crystal connected to pin 24.


The fi. audio consists of the integrated circuit IC-200 TDA 2556 el which is designed to demodulate two FM carriers for TV. stereo. Int ernament e has two stages of F.I .. The first treats jointly the video carrier and sound carrier with the in order to obtain the carriers of 5.5 MHz. And 5.74 MHz. Then we have a second stage which has two separate channels to demodulate the signals in F.M. . . The signal corresponding to the carriers of 33.4 MHz., 33.16 MHz. And 38.9 MHz. Are applied symmetrically to the IC200 pins 3 and 4 from the surface wave filter transducer Xl2S through capacitor C202 and transformer T201. Both carriers are amplified by the stage controlled by the AGC and internally applied to the 38.9 demodulator MHz.,, Whose resonant circuit, formed by T203 and C210 is connected to pins 21 and 22. The resulting signal It is composed of two intercarriers, one of 5.5 MHz. and another of 5.74 MHz. and appears on pins 19 and 6 of I C200 passing to the band-pass filters of 5.5MHz. (X212-3) and 5.74MHz. (
X201-2). The 5.5MHz intercarrier. is introduced to through pin 17 to amp limiter and from here to the FM demodulator corresponding, whose resonant circuit (T204 and C214) is connected to pins 13 and 14. On pin 15 we get the output signal corresponding to the L + R information (monophonic signal). On the other hand, the intercarrier of 5.74 MHz. Passes through pin 8 to limiting amplifier and demodulator of FM, whose resonant circuit (T202, C207) is connected to pins 11 and 12. On pin 10 of IC200 we obtain the corresponding output signal tooth to the 2R information and the 54.6875KHz pilot carrier. , which is modulated in AM by a signal of low frequency encoding mode of transmission.


The final video amplifiers IC-601-11-2 is it so compounds mainly by integrated circuits TDA 6100, this apart from performing the amplification of the video signal supply a current sample of each barrel to perform automatic adjustment of barrel shear and white together with the digital plate. Then we proceed to perform the description of the circuit. Pin 1 is the non-inverting input. This pin it is set at a voltage level to conveniently attack the cathode of the tube. Pin 2 performs power supply the bipolar part of the chip. Pin 3 is the inverting input, for use the integrated in inverter mode a feedback resistor is connected between pins 3 and 9 t said resistance determines the gain of the stage. Pin 5 reflects a sample of current flowing through the cathode during the cut-off time of the Canyon; during that time a pulse from the VCU of the digital board to the final video amplifier for ob have the current reading. The transmission of said pulses is carried out sequentially by each gun. This information is
sent to the signal processor circuit (digital board) and this to its once control the input signal with in order to correct the cut-off point of the Canyon. Pin 6 performs the power tion of the MOS output part of the integrated. This tension must be higher than the maximum expected to control the cathode, in our case feeding of this pin is approx. 200Vdc .. The Pin 8 is the output that attacks the all through a protection resistor of downloads. Pin 9 supplies an exit separate for perform feedback to pin 3 (inverting input).


The audio power amplifier consists of the integrated circuit IC-309 (TDA1521) and has configuration power operational amplifier The circuit is capable of supplying a musical power of 16 W / channel on an 8 Ohm load. Internally the circuit fix your profit maximum at 30dB per channel. This circuit has two types of muting one internal and other external. In the case of muting internal is the integrated circuit itself the one that inhibits non-investing inputs when it detects that the supply voltage drops below 6V. If of the mute external, these tickets (normally to ground) are disconnected by middle of the electronic switch for- by Q390 and Q391. These transis tors are controlled by pin 3 of CITAC (IC100). The description of the circuit is as follows: next. Pin 1 is input no left channel inverter and pin 2 is the inverting input. In this application and for asymmetric feeding said pin is connected to ground. Pin 4 is the power output left channel. Pin 5 is negative supply in case of symmetrical power supply and
in this application it is connected to ground l Pin 6 is the power output of the right channel. Pin 7 is the power supply, 22Vdc. from the power supply. The Pin 8 is the inverting input in this application going to ground. Pin 9 is the non-inverting input and in turn the right channel input.


 THE stage OF vertical Deflection is composed of the TDA8172 integrated circuit  and performs the functions of power amplifier and feedback generator. chunk. The input signal of the vertical comes from digital plate (pin 8 connector K51F). This sign comes out of the digital board properly shaped to drive the amp vertical sweep. The inverting input of the circuit integrated the we have on pin 1 and it is enter the sawtooth signal vertical. To the sideburns 2 and 4se apply power. This is obtained of the rectification of a symmetrical voltage recovered from the line. On the pin 3 the reverse generator is connected. During the fallback time charges capacitor C404 through D401 and during the sweep time the accumulated charge in the C404 adds to the feed through pin 6, thus obtaining an increase in voltage to obtain the peak-peak voltage of output during sweep time. The pin 5 is the output and applies directly to the vertical baffles. The R-C network applied between pin 5 (output) and pin 1 (input) determine the gain of the amplifier as well as its frequency response. In the output there is also a protection; when the deflection stage does not work vertical and no output pulses the D402 and R404 do not send a sample rectification of these impulses to the digital board (pin 7 connector K51F). With this will result in a decrease in voltage on the RGB outputs towards the amplifiers video endings, with in order to protect the tube.

 The lines stage is basically a stage of a
conventional T.V.  although its controls and adjustments are made from the digital plate and through service mode. Initially we find two transistors Q452 and 4453 which are in charge of disconnecting the power of the Q451 line driver while the TV. is on stand-by. This control is performs through the order that gives them pin 11 of the IC701 microcontroller. Signal line deflection comes out of the digital PCB (pin 3 connector K5lF) already formed in correction in "S" and in width, this signal controls 4451 which through the transformer T450 conveniently attacks the base of the final transistor of, lines 4450. In the collector of the 4450 we find all the elements in charge of modulating the current deflection horizontal. The parabola signal required for E / W correction is generated by the digital PCB (pin 5 of the connector K5lF), through 4401 and Q402 to perform diode modulation. In the lines stage, has also a selector to alter the magnetic phase (deflection centering); this is done by placing the diodes D451 or D450 to + l55V. The digital PCB needs an H-FLY line reference BACK (pin 4 of K5lF), and a sample of the BCL beam current (pin 1 of K5lF) to control the phase of the line and on the other to limit the current beam entity. The T460 induce in the secondary of the diode-split acceleration voltage for the anode of the CRT. From the first section of this secondary is obtained using a resistive network I have them sions for focus and adjustment grille G2 (Screen). The T460 also incorporates the windings for the auxiliary impulses of the voltages of: + - 13Vdc. (Power supply picture), 200Vdc. (final video feed) and feeding the TRC filament.

 The control circuit performs the management of all the chassis functions, Digital PCB and PIP PCB. This is done through a microcontroller IC701 which has a stored program stored in an EPROM memory (IC704). The microcontroller action on the The rest of the integrated is carried out using two types of buses: the I2C and the IM. The information corresponding to both ap- pray on the same lines in full time match. On the control board there is we put in addition to: an in- LATCH (IC703), an integrated circuit degree to mute FTZ from audio (IC707), and two integrated circuits to control and amplify the audio of headphones (IC705) and (IC706). He integrated of control (microcontroller, IC701) is 8 bit and its frequency working time is 12MHz .. It has 32 input / output lines divided into 4 buses of 8 bits each; internally it has a memory for 256 by 8 bit RAM data. Initially, in stand-by, the microcontroller is powered by the 5V voltage. (pin 40), but does not start work until you receive an order reset. The reset
circuit is the made up of the 4701 and peripheral components and generates a pulse at the initial boot time. Once the device is started, either pressing the panel stand-by key controls or remote control, the microcontroller pin ll, change status, making the power supply voltages necessary for the operation of the chassis. (this process is explained in the FA.) He microcontroller needs a Program specific stored in a EPROM memory (IC704) which has a 512 Kbit capacity, or 64K positions of 8 bits each. This implies that we will need 16 bit for address memory and 8 data bits. EPROM memory (IC704) is 16 bit input addresses AO-A7 (8 bit low) and A8-Al5 (8 bit high). The 8 bit data appear on pins 00-07. 

The microcontroller uses the bus of the 8 bit less weight as address bus tions-data. For it, uses a integrated LATCH (IC703) in series with the bus as multiplexer, so that, at through pin 30 of the ALE micro (Address Latch Enable), the information that appears on the bus, be addresses or data. The process of reading a data from the program stored in memory is as follows: the microcontroller places by bus 0 (8 low bits) and bus 2 (8 high bits), the 16 bit addresses necessary to find the data in the memory. The highest weight 8 bits go directly to: memory, while the 8 least significant bits pass through of LATCH, being memorized in your departure. The LATCH then receives the multiplex signal (pin 11) making your inputs dispense with the data that will appear in the EPROM output on bus 0, to read by the microcontroller. On the other hand, the EPROM receives the order to OE (Output enable), pin 22 of IC704, doing that with a response time (read) of 200 nsec. the data appears addressed above and this is read by the microcontroller. The microcontroller has two buses more, bus 1 and bus 3. Bus 1 is used exclusively to read the information formation of the keyboard matrix. This reading is carried out at discrete intervals. time cough. Bus 3 (or por-t 3) lo uses the microcontroller as a communication with the rest of the integrated circuits whether they are from the main PCB signal or signal processor PCB by using the communication between integrated I2C and IM. Bus 3 also reads the information training from the recipient of infrared and it is internally the microcontroller that is responsible for encode and execute the commands. On the pushbutton control PCB there is also an integrated to perform a FTZ sound mute (IC707) .This IC takes a sample (pin 6) of the composite video signal at the output of the video detector and when detects absence of signal, acts on its pin 10, making it go to high level. Then the 4704 drives making pin 1 of the mic (IC701) is grounded, whereby the microcontroller by program will interpret that it has to effect a mute of Audio. This mute is done via I 2 C bus the order leaves bus 3 (SDA line) towards pin 5 of the CITAC. The latter will interpret that you must mute the audio by doing that its pin 3 goes high and will cause the Q391 to saturate. This one to the turn will cut Q390, which will determine that the non-inverting inputs of the sound IC are disconnected from ground causing the mute audio. This mute is also done to the same time on scart (SCART).

 On the control board we have two integrated circuits for control of the headphones. On the one hand the IC 705 as processor and controller audio and the IC706 as a headphone power. The TC705 performs the following functions tions: selection of two signal sources, balance control, volume, mute, treble and bass. All these functions are controlled via bus I2C by the micro- controller, bliss communication is set across pins ll and 12 of the IC705, SDA and SCL respectively. He circuit integrated has the possibility to be able to select two input audio signal sources Ll- Rl and L2-R2. Internally the integrated a via the I2C bus selects the audio signals that they arrive from the plate digital (PIP sound or sound from main image). The 4707 and components townhouses have the mission to carry out a soft connection and disconnection taking advantage of the time constant of the C758, so that the snap on the headphones when turning on and turn off the TV. Once the IC705 has performed the relevant controls of the sound of the headphones, the output signal (pin 13 and 20) is input to the amplifier power IC706. This amplifier has a gain of 36 dB sufficient to conveniently excite the headphones.


 The process of handling the audio and video signals on this TV is digital, that is, what in analog process receivers is a continuous signal over time transforms into a discrete and encoded signal at known intervals of time. This has a number of advantages already that allows to increase the versatility of controls over the signal and perform most of the settings automatically.
The functions it performs to the signal processor PCB are as follows:
1- Digital processing of the video signal (chroma in PAL)
2- Digital processing of the synchronisms.
3- Digital processing of the teletext signal.
4- Digital audio processing.
5- Digital processing of the chroma signal for SECAM B / G (Optional)
6 - Switching of the scart inputs.

As an introduction to functioning of the digital processor PCB we will say that internally there are the following main communication buses between Integrated: Digital Video Bus, Bus digital luma, digital chroma bus and IM-12C bus. Then we will go to explanation of the functionality of each one of the integrated circuits that make up the digital board.

The VCU, IC 8 (Video Codec Unit), unit encoding and decoding video signal, can be divided into two stages, the first stage converts the signal analog in digital, inter- openly we have a treatment of the signal digitized by a series of integrated circuits that we will comment on later (DPU, TPU, VPU, DTI) and finally a stage where the signal is converts to analog.

The VCU needs on its video input composite (pin 35) an amplitude signal 2 Vpp. to make the most of the ability to quantify with- versor A / D, the signal is encoded with 7 bits which gives us a differentiation 128 levels, on the other hand it is necessary that the entry be centered between 5 and 7V. in order to match the 5V level. with the coding (0000000) and make the most of the quantization, adjusting the level of 5V. is carried out with the help of the DPU which has a clamping circuit that supplies a signal to the VCU so that match the 5V level. with the encoding (0000000). The signal once digitized (encoded with 7 bits) leaves the VCU (pin 2-8) as information through the Video Bus to the DPU, TPU, VPU and SPU, to be processed in these circuits. Once the signal has been processed is reintroduced into the VCU: for a side the digital luma Bus (pin 10-17) and on the other the digital chroma bus (pin 18-21) from the DTI. Internally the VCU converts signals from luminance and chroma and performs the matrixing in order to obtain the signals RGB (pin 26-28) which go to the TRC socket. The VCU has a entrance that collects a sample of the beam current (pin 34) for current limiter operation beam. The VCU together with the VPU carry out the white balance as well as adjustment automatic cutting of the cannons. The pins 30-33 are arranged as inputs analog which through the Bus RGB coming from the TPU is harnessed to insert the teletext characters with the RGB signal of the image. The insertion of the PIP on the main image is done by the Chroma Bus and digital luma which also arrive of the PIP.


DPU, IC 2 (Deflection Processor Unit), is the processing unit of the deflection. The DPU is responsible for the following functions: separation of synchronism, generation and synchronization, of the frequencies of vertical and horizontal, E / W corrections and tooth generation, vertical saw including correction in "S". The DPU communicates with the microcontroller (IC701) on the control board via IM bus (pin 16-18 of IC2), in order to make all the settings of the image corrections using the remote control and being previously in service mode and the TV with a fit letter in the picture. The procedure is explained at the end of this Handbook. When there is no station reception, the deflection is obtained from a 4 MHz oscillator; that also works when the appliance is in stand-by. The DPU takes a reference from the stage of lines (pin 23, H-FLY BACK) to put in phase the frequency of lines with the station synchronism. The DPU generates erase pulses V and H for the DTI and TPU circuits. The signal vertical
sawtooth exits through pin 27, vertical stage An exit sample is collected by the pin 25; this acts as protection as it cuts the beam when it detects a level less than 2 V .. The output of the parabola signal appears on the pin 28 and is programmable (setting geometry). The DPU also has a similar output (color-key, pin 19) on the sandcastle impulse, said signal they use the VPU and VCU. The DPU communicates with the microcontroller via bus I2C (pin 16-18). The internal operation of the DPU is controlled by the 17.734 MHz frequency. (PAL or SECAM) which is supplied by the clock frequency generator (IC-l), in function of transmission standard.


The TPU, IC 3 (Teletext Processor Unit), it in charge of perform the teletext decoder functions and character generator that is used also as an on-screen display. The signal enters the video bus digital (pins l-4 and 40-39). The TPU uses only 6 bits of the video bus, neglecting the lighter bit since the teletext signal is digital and only takes the values "1" AND "0". Internally the TPU begins the period data acquisition on line 7 and ends on line 22, is also capable of make up for reflections of short period of time (from 0 to 0.8 useg.). On pins 11 and 12 are inserted H and V reference for teletext sync. Pins 10 and 32-34 are RGB inputs from scart Pins 6-9 are the analog RGB teletext outputs to the VCU. RGB selection teletext / RGB scart is performed via IM bus from the microcontroller. TPU needs an external memory to store teletext pages, these are stored in the IC-17, which is a 32K by 8 DRAM memory TPU is controlled via IM bus (pin 14-16) by the microcontroller.

The VPU, IC 4 (Video Processor Unit) performs PAL processing of the video enabling saturation controls color, brightness and contrast, it is also responsible for separating digital chrominance and digital luminance. The VPU together with the VCU carry out automatic control of cut-off and White. Communication between these integrated circuits takes place during the vertical return via bus chrominance, the data sent is the / cut-off and white levels. The digital video signal enters the VPU through the corresponding port (pins 5-ll); internally the VPU separates the luminance minance by treating them down two different paths. The signal chrominance digital passes initially through a digital chroma band pass filter, then through a automatic color control. This circuit needs the color-key signal to separate the burst, so said signal enters through pin 1 from pin 19 of the DPU. Next, PAL decoding is carried out. having the digital signals (R-Y) and (B-Y). The reference signal for the chrominance is sent to the MCU
through of pins 25 and 26 to put 17.734 MHz in phase with the signal of chrominance, so that all Integrated circuits through the OM signal work at 17.734 MHz. in phase with the chrominance signal (in PAL). The digital chrominance signals (B-Y) and (R-Y) are corrected for saturation and come out through pins 27-30 of the VPU towards the VCU, where the matrix will be carried out together with the luminance signal. On the other hand, the light signal nance is internally modified in brightness and contrast before exiting through the digital luminance bus (pin 32-39). This signal goes to the VCU where the matrixing with the signals (B-Y) and (R-Y) will be carried out to obtain the outputs of RGB. The VPU also has the following input pins: Pin 13, V and H reference input from DPU, pin 15 input from reference for automatic adjustment of cut-off, pin 16 reference input for automatic white adjustment. Communication with the microcontroller It is carried out via IM bus through the pins 2-4.

The DTI, IC 7 (Digital Transient Improvement) is responsible for improving color signal transitions. For This uses two delay lines (with adjustable delay via IM bus 0-6luseg.) one for chrominance and one for luminance, so that it retards both signals to reduce the chrominance transmission time. This wants say that the signals are delayed by time equal to the improvement of the transition. Both signals, luminance and chrominance, are output on two separate buses towards the VCU. On these exit buses the chrominance and luminance bus of the PIP are also connected to make the inserting this into the main image. The input buses to the DTI come from of the VPU and they are: chrominance bus digital (pin 17-20), digital luma bus (pins 6-13). Internally these signals are processed in the manner described above and exit to the VCU through the buses of: digital chrominance (pins 22-25) and digital luminance (pins 27-34). The DTI is controlled by the microcontroller via IM bus through the pins 3-5. Reference signals of the clock, V and H enter through the pins 2.38.39.

SPU (Option1) The SPU, IC 18 (Secam processor Unit), chrominance processing unit in SECAM is optional on the digital PCB. In the application is not listed, although the PCB you are ready to insert it. The SPU takes care of the entire process chroma treatment in SECAM. The input signal is taken from the digital video (output the VCU) and processes chrominance in SECAM by demodulating the signals (B-y> Y (R-Y) l Then these signals are multiplexed in a compatible way to output from the digital chrominance bus output to the VPU. The SPU also includes an automatic identification of the SECAM signal. The processing time of the signal chroma in SECAM is higher than in PAL or NTSC signals. To compensate for this re I delay the SPU delay the video signal compound that there is in its entrance a time what is approximately 5.5 useg. (only in SECAM mode). The output signal of the SPU (bus digital chroma) 'can be inhibited or uninhibited via pin 22. In In the case of uninhibiting the bus, it remains in high impedance state. The SPU it is also controlled by the microcontroller via IM bus and receives the signal clock (OM).

The MCU, IC 1 is a clock generator, which is used for the rest of integrated circuits. Operation is based on the PLL concept. The VCO is controlled by a quartz crystal multiple of the chroma frequency F. (OM) = 4 by 4.43361875 MHz = 17.734475 MHz. (in the case of PAL and SECAM signals). The phase comparator and digital filter are placed on the VPU. The signal phase difference is supplied by the VPU to pin 6 of the MCU; this sign is controlled in turn by the signal of clock reference (4.43MHz.) which is entered into the MCU through the pin 5. The output signal (Clock OM, 17.734 MHz.) Put in phase with the chrominance we have it present in pin 3.


The audio processing on the digital signal processor PCB is composed of by two integrated circuits the ADC (IC 14) and the APU (IC 15). These integrated are in charge of converting the signal audio in digital and process it digitally. On the one hand the audio signal (L + R, 2R and pilot) in the case of IRG transmission 6 L and R in the case of NICAM transmission enters the ADC integrated circuit, IC 14 (analog / digital converter) by pins 5.4 and 8 l The ADC has the ability to power switch their inputs with two signals Auxiliaries (Scart 1 and 2) which are inserted to pins 21 and 24 and exit through the exits to the APU, or through pins 22 and 23, towards the Integrated input switches. The ADC internally converts the signal analog into digital and encodes it in PDM, (Pulse Density Modulation), pulse density modulation. The output of these PDMl and PDM2 signals (pins 10 and ll) go to the APU (pin 16 and 17) where will be digitally processed. The APU, IC 15 (Audio Processor Unit), is in charge of processing
audio, digitally performing the following tasks: volume control and balance, bass and treble control, loudness control and pseudostereo. Internally the APU controls the signals via IM bus (pin 3-5) from the microcontroller in order to perform the functions described above. Once the signal is processed, goes through a D / A converter which has attached at his exits some emitter followers (Q7-8-9-10). The APU has four channels of Output: 2 speaker outputs and monitor out outputs, and 2 auxiliary outputs for the integrated circuit of headphone control (IC 705).


Video and audio signals in the two scart sockets (SCART) and on the camera and S-VHS connectors, they are switched through IC-11-12-13 integrated, which are controlled in turn by the microcontroller via I2C bus, it is i.e., the input source selection is performs from microcontroller.


The functions performed by the PCB of the PIP are as follows: 1- A / D conversion of the video signal. 2 - Digital processing of the PIP video signal (chrominance in PAL) 3- Digital processing of the synchronisms. 4- Timer storage of the video signal. In the PIP they can enter: composite video from the IF, composite video from the connectors SCART, and S-VHS signal. In the case of a S-VHS video chrominance and luminance they come separated, is necessary mix them to get composite video. This is the mission of the circuit formed by Ql202-1203-1204-1205.

The composite video signal enter to Integrated VAD (Video A / D Converter) through pin 12 with a level of 2 Vpp. , while the composite signal of the S-VHS video enters at pin 16 with a level of 1 Vpp .. Internally the VAD selects by pin 10 (SV) the signal source that will pass to the converter , pin 10 goes to the circuit integrated PIP and is controlled via IM bus from the microcontroller. Since remote control can be controlled this selection. The VAD converts the video signal (analog) to digital, encoded with 7 bit. This signal goes out through the port (pin 3-9) towards the entrance of the VPU and the DPU. The operation of the VPU is totally similar to that of the digital board base (but not are interchangeable with each other). The VPU separates the chrominance and digital luminance that output on pins 39-34 Digital Luminance Bus and 27-30 Chroma Bus digital. These 'buses go to the integrated PIP where the controls these signals before storing them in memory. The VPU, on the other hand, also performs video signal control (brightness, contrast, saturation) of the PIP. The VPU provides the carrier reference chrominance to the MCU via the pins 25 and 26 for the MCU to synchronize the clock (OM) with the chroma of the PIP. A feature to consider is that the luminance bus coming out of the VPU is only 6 bits / sample. This It is done to occupy less memory than h a c e r picture stop and at the strobe function.

The digital video bus is also connects to the DPU where the synchronisms The operation is basically the same as that of the DPU of the digital PCB. Both the digital chrominance bus and the digital luminance bus coming out of the VPU go towards the integrated PIP. This integrated has the primary function of insert the image of the PIP on the main TV picture., in addition to performing the functions of image stop, strobe and magnification of image. Below is a block diagram of the integrated circuit of the PIP.

On the other side there are signals of input what are they :: chrominance bus digital (4 bit) pin 63-66, luminance bus digital (6 bit) pin 57-62, signal MSKW pin 44 (comes from the DPU of the PCB digital and provides the information for the information phase adjustment video signal from the TV.), MHVB signal pin 45 (Horizontal / Vertical Blanking) comes from also from the DPU of the digital PCB and used to insert the window into the desired place. The PSKEW signals (pin 56) and PHVB (pin 55) supply the same information than the previous ones but coming from the DPU of the PIP. On the other hand are the signs of memory control. The memory required to store the video signal in the most unfaborable condition that is strobe function is 256K times 2 that is, two memories are necessary; 64K DRAMs for 4 each. IC-1208-1207 integrated circuits are memo- dynamic rias that they need some refresh cycles of stored data. The storage system is by rows and columns, since it is only has an addressing bus of data (pins 2-9), are also needed two signals that inform when steering a row or a column. These signals are CAS (pin 20) and RAS (pin 21). 

On the other side, the reading and writing order is given by pin 22 (WE). The bus memory data is input-out and is between pins 10-17. The data that has been read into memory, previously processed come out of integrated PIP by digital chrominance bus (pins 31-34) and by bus digital luminance (pins 36-43). These buses are connected to the digital PCB where they are connected in parallel with the same as the main image. The integrated PIP provides a high level on pin 47 (ODQUT, which goes to pin 36 of the DTI) during the time line in which there is PIP. During this time the chromimance buses and luminance of the main image remain inactive giving way to the PIP buses. When pin 47 is at low state, the process is reverse making the information circulate by the chrominance and luminance buses of the digital PCB is that of the image principal. On the board we have an MCU the which supplies the clock (OM) in phase with the chroma of the PIP to all the integrated ones of the plate.

The NICAM module used is from analog type since the demodulation process is makes by methods analog. It is physically available in two modules that can be inserted into the chassis, that are interconnected with each other. A brief description of it follows. The signal from F.I. of sound enters the NICAM module by K15C connector from the sound part of the IC200. This signal is initially introduced by a stage tuned to 5.85 MHZ. (Q1502 and peripheral components) which makes a first selection of the NICAM signal. Then pass by an impedance adapter (Ql503) and by an amplifier stage (41530) to compensate the losses produced by L1530. Said coil is adjustable and performs a band pass filter which is tune to 5.85 MHz. to make a better signal selection before enter the QPSK demodulator (IC 1510). This integrated circuit takes care of demodulate the signal in quadrature, and needs a reference frequency of 5.85 MHz. to demodulate the signal. 

This reference is extracted from the glass x1510,, the fine adjustment of the frequency it is done using the VCl510 trimmer. The demodulated signal (digital pulses) is output from IC1510 pin 29 to the PCM (Pulse codec Modulation) decoder ICl541, which performs the digital demodulation of the pulses. For To carry out this process, the IC 1541 needs a RAM memory (IC1540) to to stock data temporarily, bliss memory is a high speed static RAM with a capacity of 8K by 8. IC 1541 supplies the digital signal audio (pin 8-11) to the converter analog / digital (IC 1550), also supplies the signals encoding the type of transmission (dual, stereo, mono> (pins 23-25). These signals are apply to 3-input AND gates (IC1560) which together with the Ql565-6 transistors perform the switching transmission mode. This information is entered into the chassis by middle of the Kl5F connector. Signs of audio (L and R) are output from pins 1 and 12 of IC1550 and go through some filters 15 KHz low pass. (Ll570-1) the which are responsible for shaping and limit bandwidth. The sign of audio once conformed goes through operational amplifiers (IC-1570-l-2) which perform an equalization signal (for each channel) with object to recover the frequency response of the original signal, the outputs of said equalizers (L and R) go through a few emitter followers Ql590-1 before of come into integrated switch (ICl590) which is responsible for performing a jumper on channels L + R and 2R when no NICAM (IRG or mono transmission), or inserting the L and R channels into the nest when it detects NICAM.


This chassis uses as a transmitter for remote control IC-O1 (M5046 -46FP). For transmission is used infrared radiation with a length of 950 nm waveform .. Transmitted commands consist of a start pulse (duration 13.5 msec.), 16 bits for a user code (customer code, de duration 27 msec.) and finally 16 bits for the data code (duration 27 msec.). While holding a key pressed, the command is repeated intervals of approximately 108 msec. (1 command duration is 67.5 msec.). For better timing of the reception uses a P.P.M. (modulation by pulse position) so that a '1' or a '0' is detected depending on the time between pulses.
The encoded information is modulated with a 38 KHz carrier. before the transmission. The transmitter has the possibility to decode 64 function keys in addition to being able to provide three functions different per key. On the other hand, the reception has an infrared receiver degree (IR-701) that is responsible for capturing and treating the signal (AGC, filtered, limiter). The integrated receiver output signal goes to pin 12 of the IC-701 where the demodulation process is carried out, decoding and executing the command.


The EEPROMs on the Signal Processor PCB (I C - 1 9 and IC-6) are two reprogrammable non-volatile memories. Your ability to memory is 8192 bits. Character data is stored in these memories variable such as referents adjustments to corrections and geometry, TV memorizations, program memory, etc. The broadcast (data reading and writing) is carried out through the IM BUS. Important note : When EEPROMs (IC-19, IC-6), care should be taken to perform the initialization of the same; from the local keyboard press the service mode and volume keys (+) at the same time, then on screen the text WRITE NVM will appear, the routine it will end when the t e x t or END is output. Then go to service mode and use the remote control to enter the code corresponding to the model. Then press the button service mode and volume t.



1.2A and – 2A
STAND-BY (Burst mode)

The TEA2260/61 is a monolithic integrated circuit
for the use in primary part of an off-line switching
mode power supply.
All functions required for SMPS control under normal
operating,transient or abnormal conditions are
The capability of working according to the ”masterslave”
concept, or according to the ”primary regulation”
mode makes the TEA2260/61 very flexible
and easy to use. This is particularly true for TV
receivers where the IC provides an attractive and
low cost solution (no need of stand-by auxiliary
power supply).

The TEA2260/61 is an off-line switch mode power
supply controller. The synchronization functionand
the specificoperationin stand-bymodemake itwell
adapted to video applications such as TV sets,
VCRs, monitors, etc...
The TEA2260/61 can be used in two types of
architectures :
- Master/slave architecture. In this case, the
TEA2260/61 drives the power transistor according
to the pulse width modulated signals generated
by the secondary located master circuit. A
pulse transformer provides the feedback (see
Figure 1).
- Conventional architecture with linear feedback
signal (feedback sources : optocoupler or transformer
winding) (see Figure 2).
Using the TEA2260/61, the stand-by auxiliary
power supply, often realized with a small but costly
50Hz transformer, is no longer necessary. The
burst mode operation of the TEA2260/61 makes
possible the control of very low output power (down
to less than 1W) with the main power transformer.
When used in a master/slave architecture, the
TEA2260/61and also the power transistor turn-off
can be easily synchronized with the line transformer.
The switching noise cannot disturb the
picture in this case.
As an S.M.P.S.controller, the TEA2260/61features
the following functions :
- Power supply start-up (with soft-start)
- PWM generator
- Direct power transistor drive (+1.2A, -2.0A)
- Safety functions : pulse by pulse current limitation,
output power limitation, over and under voltage
Starting Mode - Stand By Mode
Power for circuit supply is taken from the mains
through a high value resistor before starting. As
long as VCC of the TEA2260/61 is below VCC start,
the quiescent current is very low (typically 0.7mA)
and the electrolytic capacitor across VCC is linearly
charged. When VCC reaches VCC start (typically
10.3V), the circuit starts, generating output pulses
with a soft-starting. Then the SMPS goes into the
stand-bymode and the output voltage is a percentage
of the nominal output voltage (eg. 80%).
For this the TEA2260/61 contains all the functions
required for primary mode regulation : a fixed frequency
oscillator, a voltage reference, an error
amplifier and a pulse width modulator (PWM).
For transmission of low power with a good efficiency
in stand-by, an automatic burst generation
system is used, in order to avoid audible noise.
Normal Mode (secondary regulation)
The normal operating of the TV set is obtained by
sending to the TEA2260/61regulation pulses generated
by a regulator located in the secondary side
of the power supply.
This architectureuses the ”Master-slave Concept”,
advantages of which are now well-known especially
the very high efficiency in stand-bymode, and
the accurate regulation in normal mode.
Stand-by mode or normal mode are obtained by
supplying or not the secondary regulator. This can
be ordonneredfor exemple by a microprocessor in
relation with the remote control unit.
Regulation pulses are applied to the TEA2260/61
through a small pulse-transformer to the IN input
(Pin 2). This input is sensitive to positive square
pulses. The typical threshold of this input is 0.85V.
The frequency of pulses coming from the secondary
regulator can be lower or higher than the
frequency of the starting oscillator.
The TEA2260/61has no soft-starting system when
it receives pulses from the secondary. The softstarting
has to be located in the secondary regulator.
Due to the principle of the primary regulation,
pulses generated by the starting system automatically
disappear when the voltage delivered by the
SMPS increases.
Stand-by Mode - Normal Mode Transition
During the transition there are simultaneously
pulses coming from the primary and secondary
These signals are not synchronizedand some care
has to betaken toensure the safety of theswitching
power transistor.
Avery sure and simple way consist in checking the
transformer demagnetization state.
- A primary pulse is taken in account only if the
transformer is demagnetized after a conduction
of the power transistor required by the secondary
- A secondary pulse is taken in account only if the
transformer is demagnetized after a conduction
of the power transistor required by the primary
With this arrangement the switching safety area of
the power transistor is respected and there is no
risk of transformer magnetization.
The magnetization state of the transformer is
checked by sensing the voltage across a winding
of the transformer (generally the same which supplies
the TEA2261). This is made by connecting a
resistor between this winding and the demagnetization
sensing input of the circuit (Pin 1).

SECURITY FUNCTIONS OF THE TEA2260 (see flow-chart below)
- Undervoltage detection. This protection works
in association with the starting device ”VCC
switch” (see paragraph Starting-mode - standby
mode). If VCC is lower than VCCstop (typically
7.4V) output pulses are inhibited, in order to avoid
wrong operation of the power supply or bad
power transistor drive.
- Overvoltage detection. If VCC exceedsVCCmax
(typically 15.7V) output pulses are inhibited. Restarting
of the power supply is obtained by reducing
VCC below VCCstop.
- Current limitation of the power transistor. The
current is measured by a shunt resistor. Adouble
threshold system is used :
- When the first threshold (VIM1) is reached, the
conduction of the power transistor is stopped
until the end of the period : a new conduction
signal is needed to obtain conduction again.
- Furthermore as long as the first threshold is
reached (it means during several periods), an
external capacitor C2 is charged. When the
voltage across the capacitor reaches VC2 (typically
2.55V) the output is inhibited.This is called
the ”repetitive overload protection”. If the overload
diseappears before VC2 is reached, C2 is
discharged, so transient overloads are tolerated.
- Second current limitation threshold (VIM2).
When this thresholdis reached the output of the
circuit is immediatly inhibited. This protection is
helpfull in case of hard overload for example to
avoid the magnetization of the transformer.
- Restart of the power supply. After stopping due
to VC2, VIM2, VCCMax or VCCstop triggering, restart
of the power supply can be obtained by the
normal operating of the ”VCC switch” but thanks
to an integrted counter, if normal restart cannot
be obtained after three trials, the circuit is definitively
stopped. In this case it is necessary to
reduce VCC below approximately 5V to reset the
circuit. From a practical point of view, it means
that the power supply has to be temporarily disconnected
from any power source to get the


The TDA8172 is a monolithic integrated circuit in
HEPTAWATTTM package. It is a high efficiency
power booster for direct driving of vertical windings
of TV yokes. It is intended for use in Color and B &
W television as well as in monitors and displays.


The SAB3035 provides closed-loop digital tuning of TV receivers, with or without a.f.c., as required. lt
also controls up to 8 analogue functions, 4 general purpose I/O ports and 4 high-current outputs for
tuner band selection.
The IC is used in conjunction with a microcomputer from the MAB84OO family and is controlled via a two-wire, bidirectional I2 C bus.
Featu res
Combined analogue and digital circuitry minimizes the number of additional interfacing components
Frequency measurement with resolution of 50 KHz
Selectable prescaler divisor of 64 or 256
32 V tuning voltage amplifier
4 high-current outputs for direct band selection
8 static digital to analogue converters (DACSI for control of analogue functions
Four general purpose input/output (l/O) ports
Tuning with control of speed and direction
Tuning with or without a.f.c.
Single-pin, 4 MHZ on-chip oscillator
I2 C bus slave transceiver

The SAB3035 is a monolithic computer interface which provides tuning and control functions and
operates in conjunction with a microcomputer via an I2 C bus.
This is performed using frequency-locked loop digital control. Data corresponding to the required tuner
frequency is stored in a 15-bit frequency buffer. The actual tuner frequency, divided by a factor of 256
(or by 64) by a prescaler, is applied via a gate to a 15-bit frequency counter. This input (FDIV) is
measured over a period controlled by a time reference counter and is compared with the contents of the frequency buffer. The result of the comparison is used to control the tuning voltage so that the tuner frequency equals the contents of the frequency buffer multiplied by 50 kHz within a programmable tuning window (TUW).

The system cycles over a period of 6,4 ms (or 2,56 ms), controlled by the time reference counter which is clocked by an on-chip 4 lVlHz reference oscillator. Regulation of the tuning voltage is performed by a charge pump frequency-locked loop system. The charge IT flowing into the tuning voltage amplifier is controlled by the tuning counter, 3-bit DAC and the charge pump circuit. The charge IT is linear with the frequency deviation Af in steps of 50 .

TDA8341 Television IF amplifier and demodulator

The TDA8340;Q and TDA8341;Q are integrated IF
amplifier and demodulator circuits for colour or black/white
television receivers, the TDA8340;Q is for application with
n-p-n tuners and the TDA8341;Q for p-n-p tuners.
The TDA8340;Q and TDA8341;Q are pin-compatible
successors with improved performance to types
TDA2540/2541;Q and TDA3540/3541;Q.
· Full range gain-controlled wide-band IF amplifier
· Linear synchronous demodulator with excellent
intermodulation performance
· White spot inverter
· Wide-band video amplifier with noise protection
· AFC circuit with AFC on/off switching and
sample-and-hold function
· Low impedance AFC output
· AGC circuit with noise gating
· Tuner AGC output for n-p-n tuners (TDA8340) or p-n-p
tuners (TDA8341)
· External video switch for switching-off the video output
· Reduced sensitivity for high sound carriers
· Integrated filter to limit second harmonic IF signals
· Wide supply voltage range
· Requires few external components.


The TDA2556 is a monolithic integrated circuit for quasi-split-sound processing, including two FM
demodulators, for two carrier stereo TV receivers and VTR.
First IF (vision carrier plus sound carrier).
0 3 stage gain controlled IF amplifier
0 AGC circuit
0 Reference amplifier and limiter amplifier for vision carrier (V.C.) processing
0 Linear multiplier for quadrature demodulation
Second IF (two separate channels for both FM sound signals).
0 4-stage-limiting amplifier
0 Ouadrature demodulator
0 AF amplifier with de-emphasis
O Output buffer
0 Muting for one or both AF outputs

TDA1521 TDA1521Q 2 x 12 W hi-fi audio power amplifier:
The TDA1521/TDA1521Q is a dual hi-fi audio power amplifier encapsulated in a 9-lead plastic power package.
The device is especially designed for mains fed applications (e.g. stereo tv sound and stereo radio).
· Requires very few external components
· Input muted during power-on and off
(no switch-on or switch-off clicks)
· Low offset voltage between output and ground
· Excellent gain balance between channels
· Hi-fi according to IEC 268 and DIN 45500
· Short-circuit-proof
· Thermally protected


Sanyo     ED1
    Unable to change chans via front or r/c    Adjust G2 volts - micro tied up due to low emiss crt        

Sanyo    ED1 CBP2872
    No colour    PVPU2204 chip        

Sanyo    ED1 CBP2572
    Service mode access    1). Press and release memory key (diamond) on front panel. (Factory shows on screen) 2). Press Index/Menu key on remote control within 5 seconds. The first tab on the serv.. menu was highlighted allowing me to enter the configuration code (I had been told 02014 was required) directly from the keypad. Pressing the remote menu key again changed the on screen display to the next tab heading "Geometry" with a list of features HO, SO, SI, AO, YO, etc............ with the top one HO being highlighted and vertical amplitude and a number written alongside. Sure enough operating either VOL+ or VOL- enabled adjustment of the on screen number and the vertical size of the picture displayed. To alter the next parameter, press the sound button [under the volume + button] to highlight the next tab down. The recommended values are as follows; CONFIGURATION NO. 02014 SETS SOUND INTERCARRIER/STANDARD ETC. HO 02140; SO 01012; S1 00081; AO 00186 YO 00050; PO 15861; ZO 01369; P1 01665 Z1 00087; SP 00009        

Sanyo    ED1 CBP2572
    Field collapse at top of screen    C460/461 1000µ 25v, C408 4µ7 50v, IC401 TDA8172 & R464 1R 1w  

Sanyo    ED1
    Trips 4 times then dead    R314 10R in psu - LT supply once set has fired up        

Sanyo    ED1
    Pic blanked out at sw on except for 2" strip at bottom    Dry joints Q453 in st/by sw cct        

Sanyo    ED1
    No pic - just bright glow at top of screen    DPU2553 IC508 on digital pcb pt no 409 211 87 01   

Sanyo    ED1
    Mosaic - like pic    IC502 PVPU2204 (PAL vid proc unit)        

Sanyo    CBP2872 ED1
    No sound when sw on if still warm    IC560 ADC2301E on sigs panel pt no 409 211 9404  

Sanyo    CBP2872 ED1
    No sound - comes on briefly when cold sometimes with crackle/hiss    OK from scart socket - IC561 APU2471 could be faulty        

Sanyo    CBP2872 ED1
    Lines when cold with shading as warms up    C404 (100mfd 50v) in the frame stage was the culprit, although its ESR reading was OK, and there were no signs of leakage       

Sanyo    CBP2572 ED1

Sanyo    CBP2572 ED1
    To reprog NVM memory chips    Press service button (thro' hole in set front) & VOL+ together - be careful - all previous data will be lost!        

Sanyo    CBP2572 ED1

Sanyo    CBP2572 ED1
    Q903 s/c R301 ( 3R9 ) o/c    Check R3165 D/J and TEA2260

Sanyo    CBP2572 ED1
    Int loss off air signals    Q173 D/J   
Sanyo    CBP2572 ED1
    EW faulty    DPU2553/75 deflection proc chip       
Sanyo    CBP2572 ED1
    Dead    R301 3R9 15w surge res o/c, Q303 2SC4429 chopper tr s/c, R315 dry joints caused it-also IC301 TEA2260 faulty       
Sanyo    CBP2572 ED1
    Dark & lacking contrast    Unable to get "OK" indication when adj A1 volts in service mode. IC501 VCU2136 on digital pcb faulty - pt no 409 212 0608       
Sanyo    CBP2572 ED1
    Blank raster, no sound or OSD    2 x NVM chips on sigs panel sus; can be replaced or reprog       
Sanyo    CBP2572 ED1

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