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hrudolf 22nd February 2005 06:04 PM

Philips CD-160 manual
 
Hi everyone,

I own a Philips CD-160 player and since 1986 or so it was always a great pleasure listening to it. However, since last weekend it stopped making music. It still spins the CD and it also indicates the time. I just makes no music output.
Is there someone who could provide a schematic and / or service manual?

Thanks,
/hans

Tube_Dude 5th May 2007 05:33 PM

Hi guys

In the Philips CD 160 , anybody knows the value of the resistor , in parallel with the quartz crystal, between the pins 10 and 11 of the SAA 7220.

Somebody does the NOS mod and I 'm trying to bring it back to the original form.

Thanks in advance...

PS: The service manual could be handy, anyone?

josiphal 6th May 2007 08:06 AM

Here is the service manual for CD150, don't know is it close to cd160 or not.

Tube_Dude 6th May 2007 04:06 PM

Hi josiphal

Thank you very much , but the CD 150 don't use the SAA 7220 ship...

Baleug 8th May 2007 09:46 AM

Quote:

Originally posted by Tube_Dude
Hi josiphal

Thank you very much , but the CD 150 don't use the SAA 7220 ship...

That resistor is 150K

Baleug 8th May 2007 11:44 AM

Quote:

Originally posted by Tube_Dude
: The service manual could be handy, anyone?
I've some one into german. Pls - contact me - balakin_e (AT) yahoo.com. I'll send it to You. 4M pdf

Tube_Dude 8th May 2007 12:32 PM

Quote:

Originally posted by Baleug

I've some one into german. Pls - contact me - balakin_e (AT) yahoo.com. I'll send it to You. 4M pdf

Hi Baleug

Thanks very much for your kind offer.

I will contact you by mail.

Regards

Jorge

Tube_Dude 11th May 2007 12:13 AM

Hi Baleug... Or anyone :)

As you are also working in a CD 160 , have you remarked that the 3,9 K resistor from the 5 volt rail to the pin 1 of the TDA1541 , is in the schematic connected to the pin 2/ 4 of the TDA1541.

What is correct the PCB or the schematic?

Do you know what is the purpose of this resistor?

Regards

Baleug 11th May 2007 06:41 AM

Quote:

Originally posted by Tube_Dude
Hi Baleug... Or anyone :)

As you are also working in a CD 160 , have you remarked that the 3,9 K resistor from the 5 volt rail to the pin 1 of the TDA1541 , is in the schematic connected to the pin 2/ 4 of the TDA1541.

What is correct the PCB or the schematic?

Do you know what is the purpose of this resistor?

Regards

Yes, and even on the picture of PCB in the manual this resistor is connected to pin1. IMHO - don't worry. This is pull-up resistor. You may add the same resistor to pin2/4 (from the rail 5V)

Tube_Dude 12th May 2007 07:14 PM

Hi Baleug

You have mail... ;)

Regards

Jorge


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