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Cobra2 20th March 2003 12:59 AM

Searching for Philips schematics
 
Hi!

I'm looking for schematics for Philips DC-players:
"CD-610" and "AK-630".

Arne K

guido 20th March 2003 10:20 AM

Got 650, CDM2 + 7210/7220/tda1541. Anywhere near to the 610?

Guido

Cobra2 20th March 2003 10:58 AM

Re: Philips...
 
Both models have CDM4.19 transports...
(CD-610 have the SAA7220, hav not opened the other yet.)
Bought them at the local sec.hand shop for ca. $ 35 each, just for their transport (working perfect).
Will "hot-rod" them & find/make a new chassi.

Arne K

Audiofanatic 20th March 2003 11:10 AM

Re: Searching for Philips schematics
 
Quote:

Originally posted by Cobra2
Hi!

I'm looking for schematics for Philips DC-players:
"CD-610" and "AK-630".

Arne K


Hi Cobra2,

I have the schematic of the CD630, the AK-630 is new to me!
If you meant the cd-630, you'll have to wait till I scan the schematics, then I'll send it to you!

Regards,

Audiofanatic;)

Cobra2 20th March 2003 11:58 PM

Re: Philips...
 
It says AK-630 on the front, cannot check further yet, as a friend has is on loan.
The CD-610 pcb (and chassi-construction) looked fairly similar to Marantz CD50...

Arne K

stefanobilliani 11th July 2003 02:14 PM

Re: Re: Searching for Philips schematics
 
Quote:

Originally posted by Audiofanatic


I have the schematic of the CD630,

Audiofanatic;)


Hallo Audiofanatic

Did you find out if the CD630 Philips has an I2S (non oversampling) signal in?

Audiofanatic 11th July 2003 02:58 PM

Re: Re: Re: Searching for Philips schematics
 
Quote:

Originally posted by stefanobilliani



Hallo Audiofanatic

Did you find out if the CD630 Philips has an I2S (non oversampling) signal in?


Hi Stefano,

Not yet! I'm not sure where to look and/or what the pins are.
I'll try to scan the schematics a.s.a.p. I'm still without a scanner.
Please be patient. If I don't have one by the end of this month, I'll send the schematic's to one of the dutch guy's to scan them for you guys.

Regards,

Audiofanatic ;)

guido 11th July 2003 03:39 PM

Just have a look inside...

If there is a SAA7210 and SAA7220 in there, then between them there is I2S without oversampling (that's after the 7220).

SAA7210 might be 7310 in later models, same thing.
If it is more modern stuff, then it depends on the chips.

Just mention what is in there, the schematics are then 'text book' implementation in that area.

GuidoB

Audiofanatic 11th July 2003 04:05 PM

Quote:

Originally posted by guido
Just have a look inside...

If there is a SAA7210 and SAA7220 in there, then between them there is I2S without oversampling (that's after the 7220).

SAA7210 might be 7310 in later models, same thing.
If it is more modern stuff, then it depends on the chips.

Just mention what is in there, the schematics are then 'text book' implementation in that area.

GuidoB


Hi Guido,

Thanks for your help, you'r so right!
The 7310 is used and the SAA7220 DAC is the TDA 1541.

I'll post more info. if you need to know more.

Best regards,

Audiofanatic ;)

stefanobilliani 11th July 2003 04:13 PM

:) Thanks Guys!

:cool:


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