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SERVICE MANUAL 





DPS-D] 


US Model 
Canadian Model 
AEP Model 

UK Model 

E Model 








SPECIFICATIONS 


A/D Converter 18 bit oversampling 
Stereo A/D converter 
Pulse D/A converter 


48 kHz 
Input 
Connector | Reference MAX. Input Circuitry 
type input level | input level | Impedance type 
oe +24 dBs 10kQ 
equivalent 
Phone jack —10dBs +10dBs 50 kO 


XLR-3-31 equivalent connector 
(1:GND 2:HOT 3:COLD) 


D/A Converter 
Sampling Freq. 









Balanced 











Unbalanced 





Reference 
output level 









MAX. Output 
output level | Impedance 
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‘Circuitry 













XLR-3-32 


; Balanced 
equivalent 








Phone jack Min. 10 kQ | Unbalanced 








XLR-3-32 equivalent connector 
(1:GND 2:HOT 3: COLD) 


General 


Frequency response 10-22 kHz 7?) dB 
Signal-to-noise ratio more than 94 dB 

Dynamic range more than 94 dB 

Total harmonic distortion 

less than 0.0035% (1 kHz) 





A/D, D/A delay time approx. 2.3 msec 
Memory 
Preset memory 
User memory 
Power requirement 


100 effects 

maximum of 256 effects 

USA and Canadian mode! 
120 V AC, 60 Hz 

UK model 
240 V AC, 50/60 Hz, adjustable with 
a voltage selector 

Continental European model 
230 V AC, 50/60 Hz, adjustable 
with a voltage selector 

Power consumption 28 W 

Dimensions Approx. 482 X 44 X 320 mm 

(19 * 13/, X 125/, inches) 

(excluding projections) (h/w/d) 


Weight 4.8 kg (10 Ib 10 oz) 


Design and specifications are subject to change without 
notice. 


Note: 


This appliance conforms with EEC Directive 87/308/EEC regarding 
interference suppression. 


DIGITAL DELAY UNIT 
SONY. 


DPS-D7 


TABLE OF CONTENTS 


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5. DIAGRAMS 
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5-4, Schematic Diagram (2) PTTEEEREREUE LORE UE REECE IO 25 
3-5, IC Block Diagrams POUeTERUVOLEPEE OTTER errererererree err errr rey) 29 
6. EXPLODED: VIEW ee or ontvanrnimernies 39 
7, ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST cc-cecceccecccsrcescesseecsesensenes 3A 


SAFETY-RELATED COMPONENT WARNING!! 
COMPONENTS IDENTIFIED BY MARK A OR DOTTED 


ATTENTION AU COMPOSANT AYANT RAPPORT 
A LA SECURITE! 


LINE WITH MARK A 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 PUB- 
LISHED BY SONY. 


LES COMPOSANTS IDENTIFIES PAR UNE MARQUE /\ 
SUR LES DIAGRAMMES SCHEMATIQUES ET LA LISTE 
DES PIECES SONT CRITIQUES POUR LA SECURITE 
DE FONCTIONNEMENT. NE REMPLACER CES COM. 
POSANTS QUE PAR DES PIECES SONY DONT LES 
NUMEROS SONT DONNES DANS CE MANUEL OU 
DANS LES SUPPLEMENTS PUBLIES PAR SONY. 


| DPS-D7 


SECTION 1 


GENERAL 


Overview of the DPS-D7 


This section is extracted from 
instruction manual. 





The DPS-D7 is a digital delay unit equipped entirely with 
Sony’s digital and audio technology at its highest level of 
sophistication which was released before with the Digital 
Reverberator, DRE-2000 and MU-R201 and has received 
much praise. 


Quality-conscious design ~ A/D and D/A high 
performance converter 

The DPS-D7 converts the incoming analog signal to a digital 
signal, passes it through various effects, then re-converts it 
to an analog singnal before output. The determinant to the 
sound quality is the conversion mechanism that adopts the 
18-bit oversampling stereo A/D converter and the pulse D/A 
converter of 49,152 MHz. These account for highly accurate, 
less deteriorated effects. 


User-friendly and comfortable operation 

The large size backlit LCD of 40 characters by 2 lines makes 
it possible to proceed with smooth operation while viewing 
the operating condition in real time. Moreover, the LCD 
display incorporates an on-line manual (in English) which 
displays information required for operation. 


Abundant preset memory settings 

The unit has a hundred variations of the effects created by 
musicians, sound mixers and acoustic engineers around the 
world in its preset memory. This will help you select and 
replay immediately the desired effects for a particular 
purpose. 


Sound creation of any kind 

The EDIT function allows you to modify the presets or to 
create some individual effects. Besides the preset memory 
for a hundred effects, the unit has a so-called user memory 
where you Can Save up to 256 effects you are going to 
create. Using this memory allows more varicolored play of 
effects. 


Wide range of effects 

The DPS-D7 is equipped with 7 types of algorithms in the 
Delay block; Stereo delay, Feedback delay, Double delay, 
Tap delay, Long tap delay, Panpot tap delay and Multi-delay. 
In addition, it is provided with the Equalizer block and the 
Auto panner block. 

By using these blocks and algorithms, the DPS-D7 can 
create the wide range of effects which no other existing 
delay unit can achieve. 


Remote control 
The remote commander (not supplied) makes it possible to 
remotely control the unit. 


2 types of I/O connectors are provided 

The DPS-D7 has XLR connectors (balanced-type) and 
phone jacks so that it can be connected to instruments, 
recording equipment or PA (public address) equipment. 


Linkage with MIDI equipment 

The MIDI device incorporated in the DPS-D7 can receive 
program change signals from another MIDI equipment 
connected so that the DPS-D7 can be controlled by the MIDI 
equipment connected. Thus it can function as an effector 
when connected to digital instruments. In addition, controls 
from PC’s or MIDI sequencers are very helpful for 
composition. 


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IC305 CXD1144BP 


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TEST2 
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Assignment of output format, ”H”: ?S "L” : SONY 


Assignment of ADPT, ”H”: 8Fs "L”: EMP Note 1 


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RCH serial data output (complementary of 2) 


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| DPS-D7 


LCD1 Terminal Connecting Diagram 


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Data input/output 7 bit 
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LED back light power (—) between both terminals 






DPS-D7 | 


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This LSI has a built-in Instruction RAM, Coefficient RAM, Data RAM, Multiplicator, Level shifter, etc. This is also a digital 
audio signal processing LSI which is equipped with Serial 1“O, Delay I/O (maximum performance: stereo 1024 sample 
delay), and Micro-computer interface as peripheral devices, 


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Terminal No. | Terminal Name 


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SDT 1/0 controls from a micro-computer 


This a serial clock input terminal for SDT which reads starting-up data 


This is a latch signal input terminal for system micro-computers to latch 
serial data in the IC. LOW active (LCK for DPAC1) 


This an input terminal which sets the number of clocks of the seria! bit 
clock BCK during channel (ch1 or ch2) data transmission at 1 sampling 
interval. It will be in 32 bit clock mode at time of GND fixation and in 24 
bit clock mode at time of +5V fixation. (This machine is a 32 bit one.) 


This is a delay 1/0 mode switching input terminal. It will be in serial mode 
at time of GND fixation and function in the same way as the serial I/O. It 
will be in delay mode at the time of +5V fixation and consists of a delay 
line for two channels by connecting an external DRAM (64 kbit). 


SCK 
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DYSL 








Tor 
VSS 


This is a testing pin. It is normally fixed to GND 
This is a GND terminal 


This terminal is the master clock inout 1. The master clock ACK in the !{C is 
1/2 frequency of this frequency. Fix MCK2 to +5V when inputting the 
master clock from MCK1. 


MCK1 


This terminal is the master clock input 2. The master clock ACK in the IC 
has the same frequency as this frequency. Fix MCK1 to +5V when inputting 
the master clock from MCK2. 


This is a serial data inputting terminal for 1 sampling of 2 channels. 


MCK2 








oO 
WM 


<e) 


This is a serial data outputting terminal for 1 sampling of 2 channels. 


This is a serial bit clock inputting terminal for Sl and SO. This BCK terminal 
reads serial inout data when starting up and sends output data at the last 
transition. (64FS) 


This is an FS clock inputting terminal for [/O.C1FS) 

Arithmometer overflow detecting output. ”L” when there is overflow 
_ External DRAM address output A6 

External DRAM address output A3 

External DRAM address output A4 

External DRAM address output AS 

External DRAM address output A7 

This is a testing pin. It is normally fixed to +5V 


—_ 
(ep) 
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N 


BCK 








LRCK 
XOVF 





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XCLR 
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+5V power terminal 

External DRAM address output At 
External DRAM address output A2 
External DRAM address output AQ 


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24 
XRAS This is a low address strobe outputting terminal for an external DRAM 


25 
This is a serial data inputting terminal when DYSL is ”L” and functions 
26 XWSO according to each serial |“O mode. It will also will be the write enable 
outputting terminal when DYSL is ”H”. 
This is a serial data outputting terminal when DYSL is "L” and reads 
>7 1/0 according to each serial 1/O mode. !t will also be an external DRAM data 
input/output terminal when DYSL is "H” and will be a common line for 
DRAM data input Din and data output Dout 


XCAS ed This is an external DRAM column address strobe outputting terminal 








At 


24/32 


EXT /INT 


RAM-SEL 
DATA-SEL 













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External D-RAM address output terminal, AO: LSB 
A8 is opened when 256kD-RAM is in use 












GND side power terminal, external short circuit with pin 30 





input terminal for crystal oscillator or input terminal for external clock 





Output terminal for crystal oscillator 


Clock output terminal for external IC 









Bit clock number selection terminal 
"H" : 24 bit "L” : 32 bit 
Serial data transmission mode selection terminal 
"HW" + LRCK, BCK terminals are for inputting. External synchronization 
”L” : LRCK, BCK terminals are for outputting. Internal synchronization 


















External D-RAM capacity selection terminal 
"H” > IM  "L” : 256k 
Used number of external D-RAM and data bit number selection terminal 





"H”:3, 24 bit "L”:2, 16 bit 
Testing terminal. This terminal is fixed to "L” when not in use. 
It is available as a reset terminal of a data address counter, 
(Refer to "How to use testing terminal” for details.) 
Serial output terminal of digital audio stereo signal data 
Bit clock input/output terminal for DAOUT sending 
DAOUT data is converted by the last transition of this signal 
Sampling frequency clock input/output terminal 
"H” :L-CH transmission, "L” : R-CH transmission 
This is the signal input terminal which latches and transmits the PRG-DT data 
serial rane the parallel latch circuit 
: Latch ,."L” : Transmission 


Serial a input enero of micro program 


Clock input terminal for micro program data 
This reads in PRG-DT data every last transition 















DAOQUT 


LRCK 


~ ADIN 


PRG-L 


PRG-DT 


PRG-CK 






























External D-RAM data input/output terminal 
This inputs ”"L” to DO~D3 when using two D-RAMs. 







GND side power terminal, external short circuit with pin 6. 







VSS2 









External D-RAM data input/output terminal 
This inputs "L” to DO-—D3 when using two D-RAMs. 


CAS signal output terminal for external D-RAM 
WE signal output terminal for external D-RAM 


RAS signal output terminal for external D-RAM 





I/O 













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OO 
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External D-RAM address output terminal, AO : LSB 
A8 is opened when 256 kD-RAM is in use. 










+ side power terminal, +4.5V-+5.5V (Vss_ standard) 








SECTION 3 
DISASSEMBLY 
REMOVAL OF CASE 
@ +BV 3x6 









@ +5v 3x6 @ +BV 3x6 


@ +BV 3x6 


MAIN unit 


SECTION 4 
ADJUSTMENT 


LED Level Adjustment 
Adjusting points : MAIN Board 


Setting : 


€3 attenuator 47k Q 





Adjusting method : 


. INPUT Volume : MAX 

2, Input —30dBs, lkHz signal to UN BALANCE input, 

38. Adjust RV401 (CH-1) and RV451 (CH-2) so that the LED 
display of the level meter lights until OdB, (Conductor side) 





DPS-D7 
SECTION 5 
5-1. BLOCK DIAGRAM DIAGRAMS 


RV302 
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RV30I-1 BUFFER 1C304 10305 1C308 1C104 


INPUT A/D CONVERTER DIGITAL FILTER B+6 D/A CONVERTER B+3 ae 





























































































B+5 





B+4 












BtS 
IC101 1/2} 


ATTENUATOR 

































i: > (1) 1C105 aa CNIO3 
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Led EFFECT 7 BALANCE CHI 
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1502 
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IC50I PRESENSE SYNTHESIZER 1C506 












DIGITAL PROCESSING 
ACOUSTIC CONTROLLER 





DIGITAL PROCESSING 
ACOUSTIC CONTROLLER 


B+6 B+6 








MIDI - OUT 

















IC3IS — 317 
CLOCK GENERATOR 





CNSOI | MIDI~ THRU 








Q505 
RESET “1€503— 505 
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0915 
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1C401, RY 103,104 | B+9 
1C451, RYIO!, 102 l2V (1) pea 8) 
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ICSI0 
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B+6 (5V) Q903 ,904 Q902 
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5-3. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM(1) 


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L ae a 4 5 a Ln 8 9 ee 12 13 14 15 | 1% | 47 18 419 | 2 | 2 22 23 24 


RV303 
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: 3 | | % : Indicates tolerance. 
3s fy; | - A : internal component. 
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meee The components identi- | Les composants. identifiés par 
Humasee orciaaes. j ‘ i fied by mark A\or dot- | une marque’ /f\ sont critiques 
|. a baat | ted line with mark A pour la sécurité. 
- is 
cao 7h Soo oy : are-critical:for safety. Ne les remplacer que par une 
2 - Hof ———4et 2 Replace only with part | piéce portant le numéro spéci- 
t o4o2 5 2s i a “number specified: fié. 
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SN74HCI6I 
CLOCK 

GENERATOR 
{BCK, LRCK) 


Q904 
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SN74 HCE 
CLOCK 
GENERATOR 

{BCK ,LRCK) 








SN74HC74 
CLOCK 


bY 
GENERATOR 
(BOK, LRCK) 














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* Voltage and waveforms are dc with respect to ground 


wee under no-signal conditions. 
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Voltage variations may be noted due to normal produc- 
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TO MAIN BOARKKI/2) 


— 25 — — 26 — — 27 — — 28 — 


DPS-D7 
5-5. IC BLOCK DIAGRAMS 





IC104 etc. NJM5532D-D IC305 CXD1144BP 10315, 316 74HC161 IC502 CXD8162P iIC503—505 TC51425AP,/70 
A OUT Gi) (8) V+ 
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address 


buffer (9) 


Sub-straight bias 
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16317 74HC74,/AC74 


vec CLR2 D2 CLK2 PR2 a2 %2 


IC304 AK5328 


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IC306 74HCU04 “ a a te ae 
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Decimation 
Filter 
NC (open) (8) @i) NC (open) 






CQ) DCLKA 


(9 D GND 


1C401, 451 IR2E02 REC2 OUT 





8) VD2+ 
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REC2 IN- 
SDATA 
SCLK GND 
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1C308 CXD25520 
IC306 LA5665 


General output port . 
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: : nie) DSP, Program 
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Current Limiter 











SW for remote 
Asynchronous serial 10. controller 1/F chain 
This is used for wired 
remote controller. counter 


Rotary encoder pulse 





— 29 — — 39 — 


DPS-D7 


NOTE: 

@ —XX, —X mean standardized parts, so 
they may have some differences from 
the original one. 

® The construction parts of an assembled 
part are indicated with a collation 

_ number in the remark column. 

® Color indication of Appearance Parts 
Example: — 

KNOB, BALANCE (WHITE)....(RED) 
t t 


Parts color Cabinet’s color 


6-1. MAIN SECTION.1 


Ref. No. Part No. 
1 4-941-151-01 PANEL 

2 * 1-635-810-11 MET BOARD 
3 4-941-136-01 KNOB (B) 
4 
5 


4-941-144-01 PLATE, INDICATION 
3-831-441-XX SPACER 


4-941-142-01 KNOB (A) 
4-941-139-01 ESCUTCHEON (A) 
4-922-921-21 BUTTON (POWER) 
* 4-916-305-01 REINFORCEMENT 
0 4-941-150-01 ESCUTCHEON (8) 


—- CO wos 


SECTION 6 
EXPLODED VIEWS 


Items marked “*" are not stocked 
since they are seldom required for 
routine service. Some delay should be 


anticipated when ordering these items. 


The mechanical parts with no reference 
number in the exploded views are not 
supplied. 

Hardware (#mark) list is given in the 
last of this parts list. , 


Remark Ref. No. Part No 
1 & 4-916-327-01 
12 * 4-916-320-01 
13 4-941-138-01 
14 * 4-907-980-01 
15 4=916-342-11 
15 4-916-342-21 
16 X-4941-028-2 
17 * 1-635-808-11 
18 4-941-141-01 


LCDI 1-809-076-11 













The components identified by 

mark or dotted. line with mark 
are critical for safety. 

Replace only with part number 

| specified. 






Les composants identifiés par une 
“marque sont critiques pour la 
sécurité. 

Ne les remplacer que par une 
piéce portant le numéro spécifé. 





Description Remark 
SHEET, INSULATING 
PLATE, BOTTOM 
KNOB (RE) 

FOOT 


CASE (US, Canadian) 
CASE (AEP, UK, E) 


BUTTON ASSY 

KEY BOARD 

STOPPER (RE) 

DISPLAY PANEL, LIQUID CRYSTAL 


6-2, MAIN SECTION-2 


not supplie 
supplied with a 
VOLUME A 
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USS » 
supplied , 


with D591 not supplied 
#1 
Ref. No. Part No Description Remark 
51 * 1-635-812-11 INVOL BOARD 
52 * 4-921-402-21 HEAT SINK 
53 * 4-363-146-00 HEAT SINK, V. OUT 
54 # 1-635-809-11 VOL BOARD 
55 _¥ A-4338-659-A MAIN BOARD, COMPLETE 
56 4-572~490-21 SWITCH, PUSH {AC POWER) 
57 * 1-533-213-31 HOLDER, FUSE 
58 * 4-94}-146-01 PANEL, BACK 
59 # A-4341-047-A CPU BOARD, COMPLETE 
60 * 4-916-303-01 SHEET, INSULATING 
61 * 3-531-576-51 RIVET 
62 4-870~538-00 PLATE, GROUND 
63 * 1-526-971-21 SOCKET, IC 28P 
64 9~911-849-XX CUSHION 
§5 $-886~821-01 SCREW. S$ TIGHT, +PTTWH 3X6 
66 * 4-916-318-01 PLATE. GROUND 
67 * 1-635~-811-11 AC BOARD 
68 # 1-635-814-11 RE BOARD 
69 # 3-§97-708-01 CLAMP (8}, HARNESS 
70 4-557-377-1141 CORD, POWER (US, Canadian) 
70 ‘{-590-910-11 CORD SET, POWER (AEP, UK, E) 
BRIO] * 1-560-242-71 BUS BAR 6P 
BBI02 * 1-560-242-41 BUS BAR TIP 


— 33 


3 


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SS FEowso 


Ref. No. 


BBI04 
BB105 
BB106 
BBI07 
BB108 


CN504 
CN505 
CNP507 
CNJ1 
D951 


F904 
FSO} 
F902 
F302 


F903 
F903 
F904 
F904 


T9801 
180} 


(including A) 


not supplied 


> ~Z (including WSS : 
ZA 52 ~ 
; ian : 
7 
8 


BB106 
BB107 
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not supplied 


Note: 

The components identi- 
fied by mark or dot- 
ted line with mark 


are critical for safety. 
Replace only with part 
number specified. 


Part No. 
* 1-560-242-41 
* 1-560-242-91 
k 1-560-242-41 
* 1-560-242-4) 
* 1-860-242-61 


Description 
BUS BAR 11P 
BUS BAR 10P 
BUS BAR 11P 
BUS BAR ‘iP 
BUS BAR 2P 


1-568-200-21 

1-568-200-21 
& 1-575-940-11 
& 1-580-375-21 

1-466-386-11 DIODE ENCODER, 
Ay 1-532-215-00 
Ay 1-532-739-11 
Ay 1-532-215-00 
AN 1-532-739-11 


FUSE, 
FUSE, 
FUSE, 
FUSE. 


TIME-LAG 


TIME-LAG 


Ay 1-532~2 15-00 
Ay 1-532-739-11 
Ay }-532-215-00 
Ay 1-532-739-11 


FUSE, 
FUSE, 
FUSE. 
FUSE, 


TIME-LAG 


TIME-LAG 


Ay 1-450-176-11 
AY 1-450-690-11 


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Bisco 





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ISK a AA 
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Note: 

Les composants identifiés par 
une marque sont critiques 
pour Ja sécurite. 

Ne les remplacer que par une 
piéce portant le numéro spéci- 
fié. 


Remark 


SOCKET, CONNECTOR 9P (REMOTE IN) 
SOCKET, CONNECTOR $P (REMOTE THRU) 
LEAD (WITH CONNECTOR) 

INLET 3P (AC IN) 


ROTARY 


(AEP, UK, E} 


GLASS TUBE (US, Canadian 


(AEP, UK, €) 


GLASS TUBE (US, Canadian 


(AEP, UK, E) 


GLASS TUBE (US. Canadian 


{AEP, UK, E} 


GLASS TUBE (US, Canadian 


TRANSFORMER, POWER (US, Canadian) 
TRANSFORMER, POWER (AEP, UK, E) 


CPU 


NOTE: 


@ Due to standardization, replacements in 
the parts list may be different from the 
parts specified in the diagrams or the 


components used on the set. . 


‘@ —XX, —X mean standardized parts, so 
they may have some difference from 


the original one. 
@ RESISTORS 

All resistors are in ohms 

METAL : Metal-film resistor 


“METAL OXIDE : Metal Oxide-film resistor 


F : nonflammable 


BASO1 


C525 
C526 
C527 
C528 
C529 


C530 
C531 
C533 
C534 
C535 


C536 
C537 
C539 
C540 
C541 


C543 
C544 
C545 
C546 


Part No. 


* A-4341-047=A 


1-526-971-21 


1-528-225-11 


1-164-159-11. 
1~164-159-11 
1-164-159-11 
1-164~-159-11 
1-164-159-14 


1-162-209-31 
1-162-176-00 
1-164-159-11 
1-164-159-11 
1-164-159-11 


1-162-206-31 
1-162-206-31 
1-162-176-00 
1-162-176-00 
1-164-159-11 


1-162-201-31 
1-164-159-11 
1-164-159-1] 
1-164-159-11 


CN506 & 1-564-507-11 


CN507 


* 1-580-043-11 


CN508 * 1-564-341-11 


Description 


SECTION 7 


ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST 


CPU BOARD, COMPLETE 
EKAEEREERAEREREAEES 


SOCKET, 


< BATTERY > 


BATTERY, LITHIUM 


< CAPACITOR > 


CERAMIC 
CERAMIC 
CERAMIC 
CERAMIC 
CERAMIC 


CERAMIC 
CERAMIC 
CERAMIC 
CERAMIC 
CERAMIC 


CERAMIC 
CERAMIC 
CERAMIC 
CERAMIC 
CERAMIC 


CERAMIC 
CERAMIC 
CERAMIC 
CERAMIC 


< CONNECTOR > 


IC 28P 


0. tuF 
0. tuF 
0. luF 
0. luF 
0. iuF 


2UPF 

1. SuF 
0. fuF 
0. tuF 
0. tuF 


20PF 
20PF 
1. 5uF 
1. SuF 
0. luF 


12PF 

Q. luF 
0. tuF 
0. tuF 


PLUG, CONNECTOR 4P 
SOCKET, CONNECTOR 
PIN, CONNECTOR ?P 


Items marked “*” are not stocked since 


they are seldom 


service. 


required for routine 
Some delay should be anti- 


cipated when ordering these items. 
SEMICONDUCTORS 
In each case, u: nz, for example: 


« 


* 


UA....: wA...., UPA... 2 PA... 
uPB....: «PB...., uPC....: wPC.... 
uPD....: wPOD.... 
CAPACITORS 
uF : uF 
COILS 
uH: wH 
Remark Ref, No 
CN510 
CN5114 
CN512 
CN513 
D517 
50V 10510 
50V 1C511 
50V iC542 
50V 10513 
50V 10514 
5% 50V 
25V 
50V 0501 
50V 0502 
50V 0503 
0504 
5% 50V 
5% 50V 
25V 
25V R521 
50V R522 
R523 
5% 50V R524 
50V R525 
50V 
50V R528 
R530 
R$31 
R532 
R533 
R535 
R536 


Part No. 

1-56 1-115-00 
1-56 1-651-00 
1-562-087-00 
1-561-651-00 


8-719-911-19 


8-759~-502-92 
8-759-984-34 
8-759-702-93 
8-752-337-49 
8-759-323-88 


8-729-119-76 
8-729-119-78 
8-729-900-80 
8-729-900-80 


1-259-468-11 
1-259-444-11 
1-259-452-11 
1-259-460-11 
1-259-444-1] 


1-259-468-11 
1-259-418-11 
1-259-424-1] 
1-259-464-11 
1-259-464-11 


1-259-452-11 
1-259-468-11 


The components 
mark 


identified by 
or dotted line with mark 


are Critical for safety. 
eplace only with part number 
specified. 


Les composants identifiés par une 
marque sont critiques pour la 
sécurité. 

Ne tes remplacer que par une 
piéce portant le numéro spécifié. 





When indicating parts by refer- 
ence number, please’ include 


the board name. 





Description Remark 
SOCKET, CONNECTOR 6P 

SOCKET, CONNECTOR 7P 

SOCKET, CONNECTOR 4P 

SOCKET, CONNECTOR 7P 

< DIODE > 

DIODE 188119 

< 10> 

IC CXD28030 

IC RP5C62 

1¢ uPD2705120-D7 

1C CXK58257AP-12LL 

IC HD6435328RA00F 

< TRANSISTOR > 

TRANSISTOR 2SA1175-HFE 
TRANSISTOR 2SC2785-HFE 
TRANSISTOR. DICTI4ES 

TRANSISTOR DIC1I4ES 

« RESISTOR > 

CARBON 41K = 55% 1/6W 
CARBON 4.7K 5% 1/6W 
CARBON 10K 5% 1/6W 
CARBON 22K 5% 1/6W 
CARBON 4.7K 5% 1/6W 
CARBON 41K = 5% 1/6W 
CARBON 390 5% 1/6W 
CARBON 680 865% 1/6W 
CARBON 33K 5% 1/6W 
CARBON 33K 5% 1/6W 
CARBON 10K 5% 1/6W 
CARBON 47K = 55% 1/6W 


X502 
X503 


Part No. 

1-259-500-11 
1-259-418-11 
1-259-439-11 


1-259-432-11 
1-259-425-11 
1-259-439-11 
1-259-432-11 
1-259-425-11 


1-567-098-00 
1-877-421-11 


Description 
CARBON 
CARBON 
CARBON 


CARBON 
CARBON 
CARBON 
CARBON 
CARBON 


< CRYSTAL > 


1M 
390 
3K 


1, 5K 
750 
3K 
1. 5K 
750 


5% 
5% 
5% 


5% 
5% 
5% 
5% 
5% 


OSCILLATOR, CRYSTAL (32. 768MHz) 


VIBRATOR, CRYSTAL (20MHz) 


FECES RR REE EE EERE REE B ER ERR BEER EAE ER EERE 


C101 
C102 
C103 
C104 
Ci05 


C106 
C107 
C108 
C109 
C110 


Clit 
C112 
C113 
C114 
C115 


Ctl? 
C118 
C119 
C120 
C121 


& A-4338-659-A MAIN BOARD, COMPLETE 


ee He eH 


1-5§33-213-31 
1-§60-242-41 
1-560-242-51 
1-560-242-61 
1-560-242-71 


1-560-242-91 
4-363-146-00 
4-916-318-01 
4-921-402-21 
7-682-548-09 


1-126-233-11 
1-126-233-11 
1-162-282-31 
1-162-282-31 
1-126-233-11 


1-126-233-11 
1-126-233-11 
1-124-477-11 
1-124-477-1114 
1-162-207-31 


1-126-233-11 
1-124-477-14 
1-124-477-11 
1-110-335-11 
1-110-335-14 


1-162-207-31 
1-124-477-11 
1-124-477-1114 
1-130-472-00 
1-130-472-00 


KEKERREREREREAEE 


HOLDER, FUSE 
BUS BAR 11P 
BUS BAR 7P 
BUS BAR 2P 
BUS BAR 6P 


BUS BAR 10P 

HEAT SINK, V. OUT 
PLATE, GROUND 
HEAT SINK 

SCREW +BVTT 3X 


< CAPACITOR > 


ELECT 
ELECT 
CERAMIC 
CERAMIC 
ELECT 


ELECT 
ELECT 
ELECT 
ELECT 
CERAMIC 


ELECT 
ELECT 
ELECT 
MYLAR 
MYLAR 


CERAMIC 
ELECT 
ELECT 
MYLAR 
MYLAR 


KEK 


8 (S) 


22uF 
22uF 
1QOPF 
100PF 
22uF 


22uF 
22uF 
47uF 
47uF 
22PF 


22uF 
47uF 
47uF 
1O00PF 
{O0PF 


22PF 
47uF 
4TuF 


0. 0012uF 
0. 00 12uF 


Remark 
1/6W 
1/6W 
1/6W 
1/6W 
1/6W 
1/6W 
1/6W 
1/6W 

20% 50V 
20% 50V 
10% 50V 
10% 50V 
20% 50V 
20% 50V 
20% 50V 
20% 25V 
20% 25V 
5% 50V 
20% 50V 
20% 25V 
20% 25V 
5% 50V 
5% 50V 
5% 50V 
20% 25V 
20% 25V 
5% 50V 
5% 50V 


Part No. Description 


1-162-207-31 CERAMIC 
1-126-233-11 ELECT 
1-126-233-11 ELECT 
1-126-233-11 ELECT 
1-162-215-31 CERAMIC 


1-124-477-11 ELECT 
1-124-477-11 ELECT 
1-126-233-11 ELECT 
1-126-233-11 ELECT 
1-124-477-1141 ELECT 


1-124-477-11 ELECT 
1-126-059-11 ELECT 
1-126-059-11 ELECT 
1-110-337-51 MYLAR 
1-126-233-11 ELECT 


1-162-207-31 CERAMIC 
1-126-233-11 ELECT 
1-126-233-1411 ELECT 
1-162-282-31 CERAMIC 
1-162-282-31 CERAMIC 


1-126-233-1141 ELECT 
1-126-233-1141 ELECT 
1-126-233-11 ELECT 
1-124-477-11 ELECT 
1-124~477-11 ELECT 


1-162-207-31 CERAMIC 
1-126-233-4141 ELECT 
1~124-477-11 ELECT 
1-124-477-11 ELECT 
1-110-335-11 MYLAR 


1~110-335-11 MYLAR 
1-162-207-31 CERAMIC 
{-424-477-11 ELECT 
1-124-477-11 ELECT 
1-130-472-00 MYLAR 


1-130-472-00 MYLAR 
1-162-207-31 CERAMIC 
1-126-233-11 ELECT 
1-126-233-11 ELECT 
1-126-233-11 ELECT 


1-162-215-31 CERAMIC 
1-124-477-11 ELECT 
1-124-477-11 ELECT 
1-126-233-11 ELECT 
1-126-233-11 ELECT 


DPS-D7 


CPU; |MAIN 





22PF 
22uF 
22uF 
22uF 
47PF 


47uF 
47uF 
22uF 
22uF 
47uF 


47uF 
330uF 
330uF 
{50PF 
22uF 


22PF 
22uF 
22uF 
10GPF 
1O00PF 


22uF 


22uF 
22uF 
47uF 
47uF 


22PF 


2duF 


47uF 
47uF 
1OOPF 


100PF 
22PF 
47uF 
47uF 
0. 0012uF 


0. 0012uF 
22PF 
22uF 
22uF 
22uF 


47PF 
47luF 
47uF 
22uF 
22uF 


5% 
20% 
20% 
20% 
5% 


20% 
20% 
20% 
20% 
20% 


20% 
20% 
20% 
5% 

20% 


5% 

20% 
20% 
10% 
10% 


20% 
20% 
20% 
20% 
20% 


5% 
20% 
20% 
20% 
5% 


5% 
0% 
20% 
20% 
5% 


5% 
5% 
20% 
20% 
20% 


5% 

20% 
20% 
20% 
20% 


Remark 


50V 
50V 
50V 
50V 
50V 


25V 
29V- 
50V 
50V 
26V 


25V 
25V 
25V 
50V 
90V 


50V 
50V 
50V 
50V 
50V 


50V 
50V 
50V 
29V 
25V 


50V 
50V 
25V 
25V 
50V 


50V 
50V 
25V 
25V 
50V 


50V 
50V 
90V 
50V 
50V 


50V 
25V 
25V 
50V 
50V 


DPS-D7 | 


MAIN 





Ref. Na. Part No. Description Remark Ref. No. Part No. Description Remark 
€231 1-124-477-11 ELECT 47uF 20% 25V C353 1-164-159-41 CERAMIC 0. tuF 50V 
C232 1-124-477-1171 ELECT 47uF 20% 25V C354 1-124-479-11 ELECT 33QuF 20% 25V 
C233 1-126-059-11 ELECT 330uF 20% 25V 
C234 1-126-059-11 ELECT 330uF 20% 25V C355 1-164-159-1141 CERAMIC 0. juF 50V 
C235 1-110-337-51 MYLAR 150PF 5% 50V C356 1-164-159-11 CERAMIC 0. uF 50V 
C357 1-124-479-11 ELECT 330uF 20% 25V 
0236 1-126-233-11 ELECT 22uF 20% 5OV C358 1-164-159-1141 CERAMIC 0. luF 50V 
(238 1-162-207-31 CERAMIC 22PF 5% 50V C359 1-164-159-1141 CERAMIC 0. uF 50V 
0301 1-162-207-31 CERAMIC 22PF 5% 50V 
C305 1-124-477-11 ELECT 47uF 20% 25V C364 1-164~159-11 CERAMIC 0. 1uF 50V 
0306 1-124-477-11 ELECT 47uF 20% 25V C365 1-164-159-1141 CERAMIC 0. luF 50V 
C366 1-164-159-11 CERAMIC 0. luF 50V 
C307 1-164-159-11 CERAMIC 0. luF 50V C40) 1-124-477-11 ELECT 47uF 20% 25V 
C308 1-126-176-11 ELECT 220uF 20% 10V C402 1-124-482-11 ELECT 33uF 20% 35V 
C303 1-164-159-11 CERAMIC 0, luF 50V 
C310 1-164-159-11 CERAMIC 0. luF 50V C403 1-124-907-11 ELECT iOuF 20% 50V 
C311 1-126-176-11 ELECT 220uF 20% 10V C404 1-124~477-11 ELECT 47uF 20% 25V 
C405 1-124-477-11 ELECT 47uF 20% 25V 
C312 1-164-159-1141 CERAMIC 0. 1uF 50V C406 1-124-477-11 ELECT 47uF 20% 25V 
C313 1-164-159-11 CERAMIC 0. Tu 50V C407 1-124-477-1411 ELECT 47uF 20% 25V 
C314 1-124-443-00 ELECT 100uF 20% 10V 
C315 1-136-153-00 FILM 0. OluF 5% 50V C451 1-124-477-11 ELECT 47uF 20% 25V 
C316 1-124~-443-00 ELECT 100uF 20% 10V C452 1-124~482-11 ELECT 33uF 20% 35V 
C453 1-124-907-11 ELECT 10uF 20% 50V 
C317 1-164-159-11 CERAMIC 0. tuF 50V C454 1-424-477-11 ELECT 47uF 20% 25V 
C318 1-136-153-00. FILM 0. OluF 5% 50V C501 1-164-159-11 CERAMIC 0. luF 50V 
C324 1-124-443-00 ELECT 100uF 20% 10V 
0325 1-164-159-11 CERAMIC 0. luF 50V C502 1-162-206-31 CERAMIC 20PF 5% 50V 
0326 1-162-294-31 CERAMIC 0.001uF 10% 50V C503 1-162-206-31 CERAMIC 20PF 5% 50V 
C504 1-164-159-11 CERAMIC 0. luF 50V 
6327 1-164-159-11 CERAMIC 0. luF 50V C505 1-164-159-11 CERAMIC 0. luF 50V 
C328 1-124-443-00 ELECT 100uF 20% 10V 0506 1-164-159-11 CERAMIC 0. JuF 50V 
C329 1-124-443-00 ELECT 100uF 20% 10V 
C330 1-164-159-1141 CERAMIC 0. tuF 50V C507 1-164-159-11 CERAMIC 0. 1uF 50V 
C334 1-124-443-00 ELECT 100uF 20% 10V C508 1-164-159-1141 CERAMIC 0. luF 50V 
C509 1-164-159-11 CERAMIC 0. luF 50V 
€335 1-164-159-11 CERAMIC 0. tuF 50V C510 1-164-159-11 CERAMIC 0. 1uF 50V 
C336 1-162-294-31 CERAMIC 0.00luF 10% 50V C512 1-164-159-11 CERAMIC 0. luF 50V 
C337 1-164-159-11 CERAMIC 0. luF 5ov 
C338 1-164-159-11 CERAMIC 0. luF 50V C513 1-162-215-31 CERAMIC 47PF 5% 50V 
C339 4-124-443-00 ELECT 100uF 20% 10V C514 1-162-215-31 CERAMIC 4TPF 5% 50V 
C515 1-124-657-00 ELECT 10uF 20% 50V 
C340 1-124-443-00 ELECT 100uF 20% 10V C516 1-124-657-00 ELECT 10uF 20% 50V 
0341 1-164-159-11 CERAMIC 0. luF 50V c5tT 1-162-215-31 CERAMIC 47PF 5% 50V 
C342 1-164-159-11 CERAMIC 0. luF 50V 
C343 1-124-443-00 ELECT 100uF 20% 10V C518 1-162-215-31 CERAMIC 47PF 5% 50V 
C344 1-124-443-00 ELECT 100uF 20% 10V C519 1-124-657-00 ELECT 10uF 20% 50V 
C520 1-124-657-00 ELECT 1OuF 20% 50V 
C345 1-164-159-11 CERAMIC 0. uF 50V C621 1-162-215-31 CERAMIC 47PF 5% 50V 
C346 1-164-159-11 CERAMIC 0. tuF 50V C522 1-162-215-31 CERAMIC 4TPF 5% 50V 
C347 1-162-199-31 CERAMIC 1OPF 5% 50V 
C348 1-162-199-31 CERAMIC 1OPF 5% 50V C523 1-162-215-31 CERAMIC 47PF 5% 50V 
C349 1-126-176-11 ELECT 220uF 20% 10V C524 1-162-215-31 CERAMIC 47PF 5% 5OV 
C542 1-164-159-11 CERAMIC 0. 1uF 50V 
0350 {-164-159-11 CERAMIC 0. luF 50V C559 1-164-159-11 CERAMIC 0. luF 50V 
¢351 {-124-477-11 ELECT 47uF 20% 25V C560 1-124-443-00 ELECT 100uF 20% 10V 
C352 1-124-477-11 ELECT 47uf 20% 25V 


CN101 
CN102 
CN103 
CN201 
CN202 


CN203 
CN301 
CN302 
CN303 
CN304 


CN401. 
CN451- 
CN501 

CN504 
CN505 


CN514 
CN515 
CN516 | 
CNS 1? 
CN901 
CN902 


D101 
D102 
D104 
D105 


He He He HH 


« 


a a * 


” 


Part No. 

1-128-136-11 
1-128-136-11 
1-128-136-11 
1-124-479-11 
1-164-159-11 


1-124-479-11 
1-164-159-11: 
1-126-017-11 
1-124-473-11 
1-164-159-11 


1-124-473-11 
1-164-159-11 
1-126-233-11 
1-124-903-11 
1-124-907-11 


1-124-482-11 
1-126-233-11 
1-126-233-11 
1-136-157-00 
1-124-585-1114 
1-124-473-11 


1-568-006-11. 
1-564-506-11 
1~568-005-11 
1~568-006-11 
1-664~-506-11 


1-568-005-11 
1-560-062-00 
1-664-507-11 
1-564-507-11 
1-564-507-1411 


1-564-666-11 


* 1-564-666-11 


1-580-042-11 
1-568-200-21 
1-§68-200-21 


4-508-980-11 


1-560-532-00 
1-506-509-11 
1-560-532-090 
1-560-064-00 
1-564-505-11 


8-719-911-19 
8-719-S11-19 
8-719-911-19 
8-719-911-19 


Description 

ELECT 2200uF 
ELECT 2200uF 
ELECT 2200uF 
ELECT 330uF 
CERAMIC 0. luF 
ELECT 330uF 
CERAMIC 0. luF 
ELECT 6800uF 
ELECT 1000uF 
CERAMIC 0. 1uF 
ELECT 1000uF 
CERAMIC 0. tuF 
ELECT 22uF 
ELECT 1uF 
ELECT {OuF 
ELECT 33uF 
ELECT 22uF 
ELECT 22uF 
FILM 0. 022uF 
ELECT 3300uF 
ELECT 1000uF 


< CONNECTOR. > 


CONNECTOR, XLR TYPE. 3P 
PLUG, CONNECTOR 3P 
CONNECTOR, XLR TYPE 3P 
CONNECTOR, XLR. TYPE 3P 
PLUG, CONNECTOR 3P 


CONNECTOR, XLR TYPE 3P 
PIN, CONNECTOR 4P 
PLUG, CONNECTOR 4P 
PLUG, CONNECTOR 4P 
PLUG, CONNECTOR 4P 


PIN, CONNECTOR 10P 
PIN, CONNECTOR 10P 


CONNECTOR, DIN 
SOCKET, CONNECTOR 9P (REMOTE IN) 
SOCKET, CONNECTOR 9P (REMOTE THRU) 


PIN, 
PIN, 
PIN, 
PIN, 
PIN, 


CONNECTOR 

CONNECTOR 7P 
CONNECTOR 4P 
CONNECTOR 7P 
CONNECTOR 6P 


PLUG, CONNECTOR 2P 


< DIODE > 


DIODE 185119 
DIODE 1SS419 
DIODE 18$119 
DIODE 185119 


20% 
20% 
20% 
20% 


20% 


20% 
20% 


20% 


20% 
20% 
20% 


20% 
20% 
20% 
5% 

20% 
20% 





Part. No. 

8-719-911-19 
8-719-911-19 
8-719-911-19 
8-719-911-19 
8-719-911-19 
8-719-911-19 


8-719-911-19 
8-719-911-19 
8-719-114-29 
8-719-200-29 
8-719-S11~-19 


8-719-911-19 
8-719-911-19 
8-719-911-19 
8-719-911-19 
8-719-911-19 


8-719-911-19 
8-719-911-19 
8-719-911-19 
8-719-911-19 
8-719-911-19 


8-719-911-19 
8-719-911-19 
8-719-911-19 
8-719-911-19 
8-719-911-19 


8-719-911-19 
8-719-911-19 
8-719-911-19 
8-719-911-55 
8-719-911-55 


8-719-911-55 
8-719-911-55 
8-719-911-55 
8-719-$11-55 
8-719-311-55 


8-719-911-55 
8-719-200-77 
8-719-200-77 
8-719-9tt-19 
8-719-911~-19 


8-719-911-19 
8-719~-200-77 
8-719-200-77 
8-719-200-77 


Description 
DIODE 188119 
DIODE 188118 
DIODE 1$$119 
DIODE 188119 
DIODE 188119 
DIODE 188119 


DIODE 188119 
DIODE 185119 


DIODE RDS. 1JS-B1 


DIODE 11D004 
DIODE. 185119 


DIODE 1SS119 
DIODE 188119 
DIODE 188119 
DIODE 1$S119 
DIODE 188119 


DIODE 188119 
DIODE 188119 
DIODE 1S8S119 
DIODE 1SS119 
DIODE 185119 


DIODE 185119 
DIODE 183119 
DIODE 188119 
DIODE 188119 
DIODE 188119 


DIODE 185119 
DIODE 188119 
DIODE 1SS119 
DIODE U056 
DIODE U056 


DIODE YO56 
DIODE 056 
DIODE U05G 
DIODE YO5G 
DIODE U05G 


DIODE 056 
DIODE 10E2N 


DIODE 
DIODE 
DIODE 


DIODE 


10E2N 
185119 
1SS119 


1$5119 


DIODE 10E2N 
DIODE 10E2N 
DIODE 10E2N 


| DPS-D7 


Remark 


DPS-D7 : 


Ref. No. 


10101 
“10102 
1C104 
iC 105 
16106 


1€201 
16202 
16204 
10205 
10206 


1¢301 
16302 
16303 
10304 
16305 


106306 
10308 
10311 
10312 
10315 


10316 
(C317 
10401 
16402 
16451 


16501 
10502 
10503 
10504 
10505 


10506 
10507 
16509 
16901 
10902 


10903 
16904 
10905 
16906 


J101 
J102 


L301 
L302 


Part No, 


8-759-982-03 
8-759-982-03 
8-759-982-03 
8-759-982-03 
8-759-982-03 


8-759-982-03 
8-759-982-03 
8-759-982-03 
8-759-982-03 
8-759-982-03 


8-759-982-03 
8-759-982-31 
8-759-982-52 
8-759-502-91 
8-752-332-01 


8-759-917-18 
8-762-335-51 
8-759-982-36 
8-759-701-70 
8-759-921-19 


8-759-921-19 
8-759-916-29 
8-759-912-79 
8-759-945-58 
8-759-912-79 


8-752-331-87 
8-759-502-90 
8-759-243-04 
8-759-243-04 
8-759-243-04 


8-7152-331-87 
8-759-916-15 
8-759-011-90 
8-759-929-62 
8-759-982-36 


8-759-982-31 
8-759-982-31 
8-759-802-61 
8-759-801-79 


1-980-041-1] 
1-563-363-11 


1-410-324-11 
1-410-324-11 


Description 


iC NJM5322D-D 
1C NJM55320-D 
1C NJM55320-D 
IC NJM55320-D 
1C NJM5532D-D 


1C NJM5532D-D 
1C NJM55320-D 
1C NJM5532D-D 
1C NJM5532D-D 
1C NJM5532D-D 


1¢ NJM5532D-D 
1C RCT8MOSFA 
1C RC79MO5FA 
1 AK5328-VP 
1C CXD1144BP 


1C SN7T4HCUO4N 
1C CXD25520-1 
1C RCT8MISFA 
IC NJM7SMI5FA 
1G SN74HCIS IN 


1C SN74HC161N 
1C SN74HC74N 
1C IR2E02 


‘TC RC4558P 


IC IR2E02 


IC CXDIT60AP 

1C CXD8162P 

1G TCS14256AP-70 
1C TC514256AP-70 
IC TCS1T4256AP~70 


IC CXDI1T60AP 
1G SN74HCOSN 
IG MC34050P 
1¢ LM7812CT 
IC RC7T8MISFA 


IC RO7T8MO5FA 
IC RCT8MOSFA 
1G LAS666 
1G LA5665 
< JACK > 


JACK, LARGE (2 GANG) (INPUT) 
JACK, LARGE TYPE 2P (OUTPUT) 


< COIL > 


INDUCTOR 4. 7uH 
INDUCTOR 4, 7uH 


Remark 


PHSO1 


0301 
0302 
0303 
0401 
0402 


0403 
0451: 
0452 
0453 
0505 


0902 
0903 
0904 
0905 


R101 
R102 
R103 
R104 
R105 


R106 
R107 
R108 
R109 
R110 


Rit 
R112 
R113 
R114 
R116 


R116 
RV 
R118 
R124 
R124 


% 3 2 4 


Part No. 

1-410-324-11 
1-410-324-11 
1-410-858-11 
1-410-858-11 
1-410-858-11 
1-410-858-11 


8-719-938-71 


8-729-900-80 
8-729-216-13 
8-729-905-67 
8-729-900-89 
8-729-900-80 


8-729-201-05 
8-729-900-89 
8-729-900-80 
8-729-201~-05 
8-729-900-80 


8-729-119-78 
8-729-900-80 
8-729-140-98 
8-729-900~-80 


1-249-469~-11 
1-249-469-11 
1-249-942-1] 
1-247-725-11 
1-247-725-11 


1-249-942-1] 
1-249-469-11 
1~249-469-11 
1-249-469~-11 
1-249-462-11 


1-247-725-11 
1-249-469-11 
1-248-469-11 
1-249-462-11 
1-215-444-00 


1-215-437-00 
1-215-444-00 
1-215-437-00 
1~215-454-00 
1-215-454-00 


Description 
INDUCTOR 4. 7uH 
INDUCTOR 4. 7uH 
INDUCTOR OuH 
INDUCTOR QuH 
INDUCTOR OuH 
INDUCTOR OuH 


< PHOTO INTERUPTER > 


DIODE PC900 


< TRANSISTOR > 


TRANSISTOR DTC114ES 
TRANSISTOR 2SK161-GR 
TRANSISTOR 2SD1944-K 
TRANSISTOR DTC144ES 
TRANSISTOR DIC114ES 
TRANSISTOR 25C2878-B 
TRANSISTOR DTC144ES 
TRANSISTOR DTC114ES 
TRANSISTOR 28C2878-B 
TRANSISTOR DTC114ES 
TRANSISTOR 28C2785-HFE 
TRANSISTOR DTC114ES 
TRANSISTOR 28D773-4 
TRANSISTOR DTC114ES 
< RESISTOR > 

CARBON 100K 
CARBON 100K 
CARBON 6. 2K 
CARBON 10K 
CARBON 10K 
CARBON 6. 2K 
CARBON 100K 
CARBON 100K 
CARBON 100K 
CARBON 22k 
CARBON 10K 
CARBON 100K 
CARBON 100K 
CARBON 22K 
METAL 9.1K 
METAL 4. 1K 
METAL 9.1K 
METAL 4. 1K 
METAL 24K 
METAL 24K 


5% 
5% 
5% 
5% 
5% 


o% 
5% 
5% 
o% 
5% 


5% 
5% 
5% 
5% 
1% 


1% 
1% 
1% 
1% 
% 


1/4W 
1/4W 
1/4W 
1/4W 
1/4W 


1/4W 
1/4W 
1/4W 
1/4W 
1/4W 


1/4W 
1/4W 
1/4W 
1/4W 
1/6W 


1/6W 
1/6W 
1/6W 
1/6W 
1/6W 


Part No. 

1~247-193-00 
1-249-947-11 
1-249-941-11 
{-247-715-11 
1-247-721-11 


1-247-725-11 
1-249-6 16-11 
1-249-462-11 
1-249-462-11 
1-247-725-11 


1-247-138-00 
1-249-469-11 
1-247-146-00 
1-247-723-11. 
1-249-947-11 


1-249-6 16-11 
1-249-956-11 
1-249-947-11 
1-249-956-11 
1-249-$03-11 


1-249-947-11 
1-249-956-11 
1-249-947-11 
1-249-956-11 
1-249-903-11 


1-249-947-11 
1-249-947-11 
1-249-469-11 
1-249-469-11 
1-247-710-11 


1-249-469-11 
1-249-469-11 
1-249-469-11 
1-249-942-11 
1-247-725-11 


1-247-725-11 
1-249-942-1] 
1-249-469-11 
1-249-469-11 
1~249-469-11 


1-249-462-11 
1-247-725-11 
1-249-469-11 
1-249-469-11 
1-249-462-11 


1-215-444-00 
1-215~-437-00 
1-215-444-00 


Description 
CARBON 
CARBON 
CARBON 
CARBON 
CARBON 


CARBON 
CARBON 
CARBON 
CARBON 
CARBON 


CARBON 
CARBON 
CARBON 
CARBON 
CARBON 


CARBON 
CARBON 
CARBON 
CARBON 
CARBON 


CARBON 
CARBON 
CARBON 
CARBON 
CARBON 


CARBON 
CARBON 
CARBON 
CARBON 
CARBON 


CARBON 
CARBON 
CARBON 
CARBON 
CARBON 


CARBON 
CARBON 
CARBON 
CARBON 
CARBON 


CARBON 
CARBON 
CARBON 
CARBON 
CARBON 


METAL 
METAL 
METAL 


22K 
10K 
5. 6K 
1. 5K 
4. 7K 


10K 
470K 
22K 
22K 
10K 


2K 
100K 
4, 3K 
6. 8K 
10K 


470K 
24K 
10K 
24K 
150 


10K 
24K 
10K 
24k 
150 


10K 
10K 
100K 
100K 
560 


100K 
100K 
100K 
§. 2K 
10K 


10K 
6. 2K 
100K 
100K 
100K 


22k 
10K 
100K 
100K 
22k 


9. 1K 
4. 7K 
9. 1K 


1% 
1% 
1% 
5% 
5% 


5% 


5% 
5% 
5% 


5% 
5% 
5% 
5% 
1% 


0% 
1% 
1% 
1% 
1% 


1% 
1% 
1% 
1% 
1% 


1% 
1% 
5% 
5% 
5% 


5% 
o% 
5% 
5% 
5% 


5% 
5% 
o% 
5% 
5% 


9% 
5% 
5% 
5% 
5% 


1% 
1% 
1% 


Remark 


Part No. 
1-215-437-00 
1-215-454-00 


1-215-454-00 
1-247-193-00 
1-249-947-1] 
1-249-941-11 
1-247-715-1114 


1-247-721-11 
1-247-725-11 
1-249-616-11 
1-249-462-1] 
1-249-462-11 


1-247-725-11 
1-247-138-00 
1-249-469-1] 
1-247-146-00 
1-247-723-11 


1-249-947-1] 
1-249-6 16-11 
1-249-956-11 
1-249-947-11 
1-249-956-11 


1-249-903-11 
1-249-947-11 
1-249-956-11 
1-249-947-11 
1-249-956-11 


1-249-903-11 
1-249-947-1] 
1-249-947-1] 
1-249-469-11 
1-249-463-11 


1-247-710-11 
1-249-469-11 
1-259-396-11 
1-259-396-11 
1-259-404-11 


1-259-380-11 
1~259-452-11 
1-259~-428-11 
1-259-404-11 
1-259-404-11 


1-259-404-11 
1-259-404-11 
1-259-404-11 
1-259-404-11 
1-259-500-11 


Description 
METAL 
METAL 


METAL 

CARBON 
CARBON 
CARBON 
CARBON 


CARBON 
CARBON 
CARBON 
CARBON 
CARBON 


CARBON 
CARBON 
CARBON 
CARBON 
CARBON 


CARBON 
CARBON 
CARBON 
CARBON 
CARBON 


CARBON 
CARBON 
CARBON 
CARBON 
CARBON 


CARBON 
CARBON 
CARBON 
CARBON 
CARBON 


CARBON 
CARBON 
CARBON 
CARBON 
CARBON 


CARBON 
CARBON 
CARBON 
CARBON 
CARBON 


CARBON 
CARBON 
CARBON 
CARBON 
CARBON 


4, 7K 
24K 


24K 
22K 
10K 
5. 6K 
1.5K 


4. 7K 
10K 
470K 
22K 
22K 


10K 
2K 

100K 
4. 3K 
6. 8K 


10K 
470K 
24K 
10K 
24K 


150 
10K 
24K 
10K 
24K 


150 
10K 
10K 
100K 
100K 


560 
100K 
4] 
47 
100 


10 
10K 
{K 
100 
100 


100 
100 
100 
100 
iM 


1% 
1% 


1% 
1% 
1% 
1% 


5% 


5% 
o% 
5% 
5% 
9% 


5% 
o% 
5% 
5% 
5% 


1% 
5% 
1% 
1% 
1% 


1% 
1% 
1% 
1% 
1% 


1% 
1% 
1% 
5% 
9% 


5% 
5% 
5% 
5% 
5% 


5% 
5% 
5% 
5% 
5% 


5% 
5% 
5% 
5% 
5% 


DPS-D7 


Remark 


Ref. No. Part No. Description Remark Ref.No. Part No. Description Remark 
R317 1-259-404-11 CARBON 100 5% 1/6W R517 1-259-468-11 CARBON 47K 5% 1/6W 
R319 1-259-428-11 CARBON 1K 5% 1/6W R518 1-259-468-11 CARBON 47K = 5% 1/6W 
R320 1-259-445-11 CARBON 5. 1K 5% 1/6W R549 1-259-380-11 CARBON 10 5% 1/6W 
R321 1-259-396-1141 CARBON 47 5% 1/6W R520 1-259-380-11 CARBON 10 o% 1/6W 
R322 1-259-396-11 CARBON 4] 5% 1/6W R526 1-259-404-11 CARBON 100 5% 1/6W 
R323 1-259-428-11 CARBON 1K 5% 1/6W R527 1-259-436-11 CARBON 2.2K 5% 1/6W 
R324 1-259-404-11 CARBON 100 = 5% 1/6W R529 1-259-452-11 CARBON TOK = 5% 1/6W 
R325 1-259-404-11 CARBON 100 = 5% 1/6W R534 1-259-452~11 CARBON 10K 5% 1/6W 
R326 1-259-404-11 CARBON 100 5% 1/6W R539 1-259-412-11 CARBON 220 5% 1/6W 
R402 1-259-424-11 CARBON 680 5% 1/6W R540 1-259-412-11 CARBON 220 = 5% 1/6W 
R403 1-259-452-11 CARBON OK = 5% 1/6W R901 1-259-452-11 CARBON 10K 5% 1/6W 
R404 1-259-464-11 CARBON 33K «5% 1/6W R902 1-259-460-11 CARBON 22K 5% 1/6W 
R405 1~259-455-11 CARBON 13K 5% 1/6W R903 1-259-415-11 CARBON 300 5% 1/6W 
R406 1-259-471-11 CARBON 62K 5% 1/6W R904 1-249-782-11 CARBON 150 = 5% 1/6W 
R407 1~259-440-11 CARBON 3.3K 5% 1/6W R905 1-259-482-11 CARBON 180K 5% 1/6W 
R409 1-259-452-11 CARBON 10K 5% 1/6W R906 1-259-452-11 CARBON 10K 5% 1/6W 
R410 1-259-424-11 CARBON 680 5% 1/6W R907 1-259-436~-11 CARBON 2.2K 5% 1/6W 
R411 1-215-430-00 METAL 2.4K 1% 1/6W R908 1-259-468-11 CARBON 47K = 5% 1/6W 
R412 1-215-434-00 METAL 3.6K 1% 1/6W R909 1-259-468-11 CARBON 41K = 5% 1/6W 
R413 1-259-452-11 CARBON 10K = 5% 1/6W R910 1-259-428-11 CARBON 1K 5% {/6W 
R414 1-259-452-11 CARBON 10K = 5% 1/6W R911 1-259-428-11 CARBON 1K 5% 1/6W 
R415 1-259-452-1141 CARBON 10K 5% 1/6W R912 Av 1-216-433-00 METAL OXIDE 1.2K 5% 1W F 
R416 1-259-420-11 CARBON 470 5% 1/6W R917. A 1-216-355-11 METAL OXIDE 3.3 = (5% IW F 
R452 1-259-424-11 CARBON 680 5% 1/6W 
R453 1-259-452~-11 CARBON 10K 5% 1/6W < VARIABLE RESISTOR > 
R454 1-259-464-11 CARBON 33K 5% 1/6W RV401 1-238-016-11 RES, ADJ, CARBON 10K (LED LEVEL L) 
R455 1-259-455-11 CARBON 13K = 5% 1/6W RV451 1-238-016-11 RES, ADJ, CARBON 10K (LED LEVEL R) 
R456 1-259-471-11 CARBON 62K 5% 1/6W 
R457 1-259-440-11 CARBON 3.3K 5% 1/6W < RELAY > 
R459 1-259-452-11 CARBON 10K = 5% 1/6W 

RY101 1-515~-726-f1 RELAY 
R460 1-259-424~11 CARBON 680 5% 1/6W RY102 1~515-726-11 RELAY 
R466 1-259-420-1141 CARBON 470 5% 1/6W RY103 1-515-726-11 RELAY 
R501 1-259-500-11 CARBON 1M 5% 1/6W RY104 1-515-726-11 RELAY 
R502 1-259-412-11 CARBON 220 = 5% 1/6W RY201 1~515-726-41 RELAY 
R503 1-259-412-11 CARBON 220 = 5% 1/6W 

RY202 1-515-726-11 RELAY 
R504 1-259-412-11 CARBON 220 395% 1/6W RY203 1-515-726-11 RELAY 
R505 1-259-436-11 CARBON 2.2K 5% 1/6W 
R506 1-259-412-11 CARBON 220 5% 1/6W < CRYSTAL > 
R507 1-259~380-11 CARBON 10 5% 1/6W 
R508 1-259-380-11 CARBON 10 5% 1/6W X30} 1-579-068-11 FILTER, CRYSTAL (15. 36MHz) 

X392 1-579-069-11 VIBRATOR, CRYSTAL (40. 96MHz) 
R509 1-249-782-11 CARBON 150 = 5% 1/6W X501 1-577-6865-11 VIBRATOR, CRYSTAL (26. OMHz) 
R510 1-259-428-11 CARBON 1K 5% 1/6W 
R544 1-259-428-11 CARBON 1K 5% 1/6W 
R512 1-259-468-11 CARBON 47K = 5% 1/6W 
R513 1-259~468-11 CARBON 47K = % 1/6W 
R514 1-249-782-11 CARBON 150 5% 1/6W 
R515 1-259-428-11 CARBON 1K 5% 1/6W 
R516 1-259-428-11 CARBON 1K 5% 1/6W 





| Note: Note: 
The components identi- Les composants identifiés par 
fied by mark or dot- une marque sont critiques 


ted line with mark A pour la sécurité. 

are critical for safety. Ne les remplacer que par une 
Replace only with part piéce portant le numéro spéci- 
number specified. fié. 





Ref. No. Part No. 


* 1-635-808-11 KEY BOARD 
EREAERERE 


Description Remark 


< SWITCH > 

$501 1-572-198-11 SWITCH, KEY BOARD (LOAD) 

$502 1-572-198-11 SWITCH, KEY BOARD (EDIT) 

$503 1-572-198-11 SWITCH, KEY BOARD (BYPASS) 

$504 1-572-198-11 SWITCH, KEY BOARD (HELP) 

$505 1-572-198-11 SWITCH, KEY BOARD (SAVE) 

$506 1-572-198-11 SWITCH, KEY BOARD (ENTER) 

RERKEKEEE RR RE RARER ERE REE RER ERE RE RERRRER ER EAR ER EAE ERER EER EREE 


* 1-635-809-11 VOL BOARD 
FEEKEEEEE 


< VARIABLE RESISTOR > 


RV302 1-237-306-11 RES, VAR, CARBON 10K/10K (DRY) 
RV303 1-237-306-11 RES, VAR, CARBON 10K/10K (EFFECT) 


KEKE KER EKER EERE ER ER EERE EERE RREE ERA REE RE RE EERE EEE EERE EERE EE 


* (-635-810-11 MET BOARD 
KKKEEEREE 


< DIODE > 


D402 8-759-502-93 LED LO-O100W 
D452 8~759-502-93 LED LD-O10DW 


KEKEREEREE REAR ER EERE EER RERRER ERR EAERERER EERE REE ERE ER ERS 


* 1-635-811-11 AC BOARD 
KAFEREEE 


4-870-539-00 PLATE, GROUND 

< CAPACITOR > 
C1 AN: 1-161-744-00 CERAMIC 0. OluF 400V 
C2 Av 1-161-742-00 CERAMIC 0.0022uF 20% 400V 
3 AY 1-16 1-742-00 CERAMIC 0.0022uF 20% 400V 
C4 AN 1-161-742-00 CERAMIC 0. 0022uF 20% 400V 
C5 (AN 1-161-742-00 CERAMIC 0.0022uF 20% 400V 

(AEP, UK, E) 
< CONNECTOR > 


CNI * 1-580-629-11 PIN, CONNECTOR 2P 
CN2 * 1-564-687-11 PIN, CONNECTOR 3P 


< LINE FILTER > 


LFI © AN 1-421-915-11 COIL, LINE FILTER 


DPS-D7 





KEY) [VOL] [MET [AC] |INVOL, /RE| 


Ref.No. Part No. 


Description Remark 


< SWITCH > 


$1 Ay 1-572-418-11 SWITCH, PUSH (AC POWER) (US, Canadian) 
$1 A\ 1-572-530-11 SWITCH, PUSH (AC POWER) (1KEY) (AEP, UK, E) 
$2 A 1-570-173-11 SWITCH, VOLTAGE CHANGE 


Piiiittieststttsessestiscesst str ettr sss st itsstestisestss sees, 


* 1-635-812-14 INVOL BOARD (INPUT) 
HEEERRE RARER EREEAESE 


< VARIABLE RESISTOR > 
RV301 1-241-170-11 RES, VAR, CARBON 20K/20K 
REREEEA RARER EER EEE EER ERE EER ERE RRR ERR ERE RES ERR EERE RAR ERE REE 


* 1-635-814-11 RE BOARD 
KEKKERES 


< DIODE > 


D591 1-466-386-11 DIODE ENCODER, ROTARY 


REREREREREESER ARERR ER ER ERER RARER EERE TRAE ERE EERE REE EREERERERSE 


MISCELLANEOUS 
KEKEERERELEES 


56 1-572-490-21 SWITCH, PUSH (AC POWER) 

CNJ1 € 1-580-375-21 INLET 3P (AC IN) 

CNP507 ¥ 1-575-940-11 LEAD (WITH CONNECTOR) 

F901 A+ 1-532-215-00 FUSE, TIME-LAG (AEP, UK, £) 
F901 As 1-§32-739-11 FUSE, GLASS TUBE (US, Canadian) 


F902 Ay 1-532-215-00 FUSE, TIME-LAG (AEP, UK, E) 
F902 A\1-532-739-11 FUSE, GLASS TUBE (US, Canadian) 
F903 Av 1-532-215-00 FUSE, TIME~LAG (AEP, UK, E) 
F903 AY 1-532-739-11 FUSE, GLASS TUBE (US, Canadian) 
F904 Av 1-532-215-00 FUSE, TIME-LAG (AEP, UK, E) 
F904 AY 1-532-739-11 FUSE, GLASS TUBE (US, Canadian) 


LCDI Ay 1~809-076-11 DISPLAY PANEL, LIQUID: CRYSTAL 
T901 AN 1-450-176-11 TRANSFORMER, POWER (US, Canadian) 
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SONY. US Model 
SERVICE MANUAL Canadian Model 
AEP Model 
UK Model 
E Model 

SUPPLEMENT-1 


File this suppplement with the 


Data Format of MIDI 


Introduction 

Hardware of MIDI 

Data Format of MIDI 

MIDI Implementation Chart 


Channel voice messages 
Program change 
Control change 
Note ON 
Channel key pressure 


Channel mode messages 


Mode message 
System exclusive messages 
Identity Request 
Identity Reply 
Format of SONY exclusive messages 
Commands 
ALL DATA DUMP REQUEST 
ALL USER MEMORY DUMP REQUEST 
SYSTEM DUMP REQUEST 
MIDI DUMP REQUEST 
USER MEMORY DUMP REQUEST 
ALL DATA DUMP 
ALL USER MEMORY DUMP 
SYSTEM DUMP 
MIDI DUMP 
USER MEMORY DUMP 
Start address transfer 
Data transfer 
System check 


Mil 


Data Composition of User Memory and Data Length of Each Block 


ALG 

INPUT 

EQ 

AUTOPAN 

OUTPUT 

LCL.MIDI 

DELAY BLOCK 
stereo delay ‘STD 
feedback dela :FBD 


double dela :DBD 
tap delay :TPD 9 
long delay -LGD 
panpot tap delay :PTD 
__ multi delay MTD 
DATE 
NAME 


Data Composition and Data Length of System 
Data Composition and Data Length of System MIDI 
Examples of Data 





b=| Co} DH} 00 CO] Or} G1] BO 





MIDI is the acronym for Musical Instrument Digital Interface, worldwide common specifications of 
data communications systems between electronic instruments, with which the operator can control other 
electronic instruments using a keyboard or those which can automatically play music using a sequencer 
oracomputer. As long as an instrument complies with the MIDI specifications, it can transmit to 
another instrument of a different manufacturer in a different type. 





Circuit 
The MIDI interface transmits information in an asynchronous serial transmission system at a 
transmission rate of 31.25 Kbit/sec (1%), in a format of a start bit, 8 data bits and a stop bit without 
parity. The interface transmits and receives data at a forwarding rate more than 3 times as high as 9600 
bit/sec normally in effect with an ordinary RS-232C interface used for personal computers, etc. 
The circuit of the interface employs an optical isolator to prevent creation of a ground loop and errors 
in data, caused by the loop, thus electrically isolating the transmission side from the receiving side. 


Connectors 
The following 3 types of MIDI terminals carry MIDI data for transmission and receiving: 
MIDI IN: Receives data from other MIDI apparatus. 
MIDI OUT: Transmits data to other MIDI apparatus. 
MIDI THRU: Transmits data received by the MIDI IN, without modifications. 






Interfacing of MIDI data is activated by the "Messages" composed of several bytes. Except for the 
real-time and exclusive messages, each "Message" consists of a "status byte" and a "data byte” or two 
"data bytes." At that time, the number of "data bytes" is determined by the "status byte." 


Message 
> 
Status byte Data byte 
( MSB=1 ) ( MSB=0 ) 


The "Messages" are classified into "channel message" for transmitting information on playing and 
“system message” for transmitting information necessary for the entire system. 

With a "channel message," 16 channels can be assigned using 4 LSD bits of the "status byte," 
from which only data required by the receiving side can be extracted, as if a receiving channel is 
selected with a TV set. 


* With the omni mode turned ON, information in any MIDI channel can be received no matter 
which MIDI channel is set. 


The "channel messages" are classified into "voice message" for controlling information on playing or 
setting and "mode message" for determining how an apparatus in the receiving side controls the voice 
message. . 

The "system messages" are classified into "common message" effective in the entire system, "real-time 
message” effective in the entire system and transmissible even to a byte in another message" and 
"exclusive message" capable of transmitting any number of bytes for data following a status byte. 
With the DPS series, data in the user memory can be transmitted or received using the exclusive 
message. 


Message 
Channel message System message 
SS 
Channel voice Channel mode System exclusive System common System 
message message message message real-time 


message 





Channel voice messages 


@ Program change (receiving) 
When the captioned command in the same channel (or all channels with the omni turned ON): 
When DPS-D7 is in LOAD state - The memory preset by the program change no. or memory no. of the SYS.MIDI is accessed. 
When DPS-D7 is in the state of selecting program change no. of the SYS.MIDI - Received program number is selected. 


F 1100 nnnn (Cn) 
ee nnnnichannel number (0-16) 
ata 


@ Control change (receiving) 
When the command in the same channel (or all channels with the omni turned ON) is received, parameters preset by LCL.MIDI 
are controlled. 





number (0-127) 





ppppppP.- program 


1011 nnnn (Bn) 
nnnni:channel number (0-16) 


command 


Ose Cee Cee 

Ovvvvvvyv 
ececccccce:control number (0-127) 
Vvvvvvvicontrol value (0-127) 





@ Note ON (receiving) 
When the command in the same channel (or all channels with the omni turned ON) is received, parameters preset by LCL.MIDI 
are controlled. 


1001nnnn (9n) 
| command : 
nnnnichannel 


Okkkkkkk 
data 


Ovvvvvvyv 
@cChannel key pressure (channel after-touch) (receiving) 
When the command in the same channel (or all channels with the omni turned ON) is received, parameters preset by LCL.MIDI 
are controlled. 


eee 1101 nnnn (Dn) 
mnnnichannel number (0-16) 
ee 
data A 
VvVVVVVVipressure 


Channel mode messages 


















number (0-16) 








kkkkkkkinote number (0-127) 
Vvvvvvvinote on velocity (1-127) 












value (0-127) 


@ Mode message (receiving) 
When the command in the same channel is received, the mode is changed to omni-ON (or OFF). 


hc ad 1011nnnn (Bn) 
st ‘nonnnnichannel number (0-16) 





OC Cs6e€..C-C.€ 
Ovvvvvvv 
data ecccceccc=124 omni mode off 
=125 omni mode on 
Vvvvvvv=0 


System exclusive messages 


@ldentity Request (receiving) 


When the message is received, Identity Reply is transmitted. 


0000 (FO) System exclusive status 
1110(7E) [Non real time 

nnonn (0n) MIDI channel 

0110 (06) |General information 
0001 (01) Identitiy Request 

0111 (F7) End of exclusive 































Ke OCC Ore 
rH OOO KH 
m= OOO FF 
Se OO Or Fe 





@ldentity Reply (transmission) 


System exclusive status 
Non real time 

MIDI channel 

General Information 
Identitiy Reply 

SONY ID 

Device family code 


ooooooco Kf 
ocoreoeooeoor Fr 
oooocococorr 
oooococo}rrF 


Device family number code 


software version 


n 
n 
n 
n 


nn 
10 
10 
00 
0001 
0000 
0001 
00000000 
SSSS 
SSSS 
SSSS 
SSss 
0111 


End of exclusive 





software version —- 4 byte ASCI code 
Example: Ver. 1.40 = 


Format of SONY exclusive messages 


























11110000 (FO) System exclusive status 
01001100 (4C) SONY ID 

0000 nnnn (0n) Global channel 

00010001 (11) DPS-D7 ID 

0 6.66 € C:6.6 command 

Oddddddd data 


dddd 
O1ll11 (F7) 















End of exclusive 





* Global channel = MIDI channel 
* Data length differs depending on each command. 


Commands 


@ALL DATA DUMP REQUEST (receiving) 


When the command is received, all data (all data in the user memory, system information and system MIDI information) is 
transmitted. 


command | 0.0.01 00.00 (1.0). 


@ ALL USER MEMORY DUMP REQUEST (receiving) 


When the command is received, all data in the user memory is transmitted. 


command [00010001 (11) 


@SYSTEM DUMP REQUEST (receiving) 


When the command is received, system information is transmitted. 


command }0.001 0010 (1 2) 


@MIDI DUMP REQUEST (receiving) 


When the command is received, system MIDI information is transmitted. 


command |0.001 0011 (13) 


@USER MEMORY DUMP REQUEST (receiving) 


























When the command is received, data in an assigned user memory or preset memory is transmitted. 


eee 0001 0l1nn (140rl5o0rl6) | 
; bit 87 


Onnnnnnn 
bat 6-34-23 2-1, 0 
as nMnonnnnnnnnimemory number (0-355) 
bei -t.:3° 76:54:32 10 
O25 > user no-l 
256-355 : preset not255 





@ALL DATA DUMP (receiving) 
All data (all data in the user memory, system information and system MIDI information) is received. 
* In ALL DATA DUMP transmission, ALL USER MEMORY DUMP, SYSTEM DUMP and SYS. MIDI DUMP are 


transmitted in continuation. 


command 00011000 (18) 


ae Oddddddd-::: 
dddddddidata(see notel, 6) 


@ ALL USER MEMORY DUMP (transmission and receiving) 
All data in the user memory is transmitted or received. 


ommand 00011001 (19) 









Bae Oddddddda:::: 
; dddddddidata(see notel, 2) 


@SYSTEM DUMP (transmission and receiving) 


System information is transmitted or received. 


00011010 (1A) 


a Oddddddd- 
_ dddddddidata(see notel, 3) 


@MIDI DUMP (transmission and receiving) 


MIDI information is transmitted or received. 


00011011 (1B) 


bees Oddddddd-:::: 
dddddddi:data(see 


@USER MEMORY DUMP (transmission and receiving) 


Data in an assigned user memory or preset memory is transmitted. 
Or, data in an assigned user memory is received. 


Pen 0001linn (lCorlbDorle) 
ree bit 87 


Onnnnnnonn 
bit6543210 
Oddddddd-:::: 






















4) 





notel, 





nnnnnnnnnimemory number 
(transmission & receiving | 0 —2 5 5) 
bit 876543210 (transmission : 0 — 3 5 5) 
transmission & receiving Q—-255 > user no-l 
transmission only 256-355 : preset not255 





ddddddddidata(see notel) 


@Start address transfer (receiving) 

Although a subroutine can be accessed directly to an assigned address using the captioned command, preferably do not use 
the command because the absolute address is not disclosed. 

Even if data in the user memory, etc. is destroyed by using the command, SONY is not liable for any losses. 


00100000 (20) 


QOaaaaaaa 

bit 654 3210 

Oaaaaaaa 

bit DCBA987 

data O00aaaaa 

bit 121110 F E 

aaaaaaaaaaaaaaa start address (O h- 7 F FF Fh) 

bitil210FEDCBA987654 





@ Data transfer (transmission and receiving) 

Although data can be written directly in an assigned address using the command, preferably do not use the command because the 
absolute address is not disclosed. 

Even if data in the user memory, etc. is destroyed by using the command, SONY is not liable for any losses. 


01000000 (40) 


Qaaaaaaa 
bit6543210 
QOaaaaaaa 
bit DCBA987 
0O00aaaaa 
ae bit 12 1110F E 
Oddddddda-:-: 
aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa :startaddress (Oh-7FFFFh) 
biti121110FEDCBA9876543210 
ddddddd: (see notel) 


@System check (transmission and receiving) 
The command is used to inspect products in the works. However, do not use the command unless a version is checked or the 
clock is set. 


01111112 (7F) 


Osssssss 
sub— é eee 
S S ! subcommand (transmission! see note7) 
command ee: 
(receiving: see note 8) 


ddddddd: 



































(see Mo tve 1) 


Wnotel — dd: Data format 


With the DPS series, a transfer data by the exclusive message is composed by dividing the 8-bit data into 7-bit data as follows 
and attaching 0 to each MSB. Therefore, a 7-byte data is obtained by 8 bytes of MIDI data. Unless the number of bytes in the 
MIDI data is less than 8, data in a range certified by received data is obtained. 

(Example: MIDI data in 3 bytes -> data in 2 bytes) 


Oddddddd Oddddddd Oddddddd Oddddddd- 
Bia “0: BAe] 0765432 1076543 2107654 
= dd0 ais ddl =< dd2 shee dds 3 
Oddddddd Oddddddd Oddddddd Oddddddd-:: 
bat -3:2°1/0°7 6:5 4321076 9432107 6543210 
Ch Gea dd4 oe dd5 micas dd6 ees 
VWnote2 ~—~ ALL USER MEMORY DUMP FORMAT 
dd0o = 0-9-3 “USER. MEMORY cPAE 
dd514 -—- dd26113 : USER MEMORY DATA 
* Set the leading end address of each user memory to an even number. 
Ynote3 — SYSTEM DUMP FORMAT 
dd0 - dd47 : SYSTEM DATA 


10 


wWnote4 -—- MIDI DUMP FORMAT 


ddOQ -— dd257 : MIDI DATA 
Wnoted —- USER MEMORY DUMP FORMAT 

ddOQ -—- dd425 (max) > USER MEMORY DATA 
Wnote6 ~- ALL DATA DUMP FORMAT 

ddd —- dd47 SYSTEM DATA 

dd48 = ded.3 05 MIDI DATA 

dd306 ~- dd819 : USER MEMORY FAT 

dd820 -—- dd26419 : USER MEMORY DATA 

* Set the leading end address of each user memory to an even address. 

VYnote? -— _ ss «System check subcommand 


ss<40h : 1 byte type 
s s240h : Plural byte type (The following data is processed as the data type of note 1. Data length is 
preset by the subcommand.) 
: 1 byte type 
00h - 1Fh checked result 
- 5 byte type data (see note 1) 
7Fh:-- SOFT Ver. 


( SOFT Ver. —- 4 byte ASCI code 
Example: Ver. 1. 40 = 31 2E 34 30 ) 
Wnotes& — _ ss : System request format 


dd<40h :1 byte type 
s s240h : Plural byte type (The following data is processed as the data type of note 1. Data length is 
determined by the subcommand.) 
: 1 byte type data 


20h - 2Fh_ check command 
- 7 byte type data (sce note 1) 
COs DATE SET 
( DATE DATA —- 6 byte data 
ex. °92 Jun 21 12:34:56 = 5C 06 15 OC 22 38 


11 





Although the DPS-D7 is provided with a user memory storage area of 6400h (25600), each memory capacity is so 


| exe | compression | 


affected 
affected 














stereo delay :STD 
feedback delay :FBD 
double delay :DBD 
tap delay :TPD 

long delay :LGD 
panpot tap delay :PTD 
multi delay :MTD 















affected 
affected 










* When ALL DATA DUMP or ALL USER MEMORY DUMP is used, set the leading end address of each user 
memory to an even number by entering an empty byte after CHECK SUM. 
* CHECK SUM is a LSB of a result of adding data from ALG to NAME in byte units. 


large that areas not in use are compressed for storing. 


When EQ or AUTOPAN is OFF or there are taps not used in the DELAY blocks tap delay: TPD or long delay: 
LGD, the number of the taps is stored as a flag instead of storing actual data. 


Address and data composition in each block are described in the following. 


Word data in the type column is stored as follows in the above. 


12 


Example) It is stored like H L 
| ee 


as 
Address 0 1 






ALG 
name ch type Geta comment 
YP address 
eam Pf 


algorithm 









bit 15 : memory protect :l=on 









: 0 = off 
14 - 10 : algorithm : 1 - 7 *1024 
1 : stereo delay ‘STD 
2 : feedback delay :FBD 
3 : double delay DBD 
4: tap delay :TPD 
5 : long delay “LGD 
6 : panpot tap delay :PTD 
7: multi delay :MTD 
9-8 =: autopan compression flag : 1 = no data 
: 0 = data exists 
7-6  : eq compression flag : 1 = no data 


: 0 = data exists 
: number of taps, the data for which is not stored 


INPUT 


level MSB = phase 
7, 7, 
panpot 


a 


pan limit min 


a 


pan limit max 


a 


level 0 - 4096 , 1 step 0 - 100% , 0.0244% step 
phase bitlS 0 : normal , 1 : inverse 
panpot 0 - 4096 , 1 step 0 - 100% , 0.0244% step 


% 

























74 





pan limit min 






pan limit max a “4 


*panpot limit min SS panpot S& panpot limit max 


13 


14 


O 


on/off 
empty 
bass level 


a 


data : Py 
omme 
address 
12 










bass freq. 


c/a 


treble level 


on/off 0-1, 1 step 0: off,l:on 

bass level 0 - 240 , 1 step -12dB - 12dB , 0.1dB step 
treble level “4 a 

peq level 4 a 

bass freq. 4-56, 1 step 16Hz - 6.3kHz , 1/6o0ct step 
treble freq. 32 - 66, 1 step 400Hz - 20.0kHz, 7 
peq freq. 16 - 66, 1 step 63Hz - 20.0kHz , 4 

: 0.267 ( 4oct ) 

: 0.667 (  2oct ) 
:1.414( loct) 

: 2.145 ( 2/3o0ct ) 

: 4.319 ( 1/3o0ct ) 

: 8.651 ( 1/6oct ) 

: 17.31 (1/12oct ) 

: 34.62 ( 1/24oct ) 


peq q 0-7, 1 step 


SND” WN KEK © 


* Frequency data of EQ represents the following frequencies. 





630 Hz 

710 Hz 

800 Hz 

900 Hz 
1.00 kHz 
1.12 kHz 
1.25 kHz 
1.40 kHz 
1.60 kHz 
1.80 kHz 
2.00 kHz 
2.25 kHz 
2.50 kHz 
2.80 kHz 
3.15 kHz 
3.55 kHz 





4,00 kHz 
4.50 kHz 
5.00 kHz 
5.60 kHz 
6.30 kHz 
7.10 kHz 
8.00 kHz 
9.00 kHz 
10.0 kHz 
11.2 kHz 
12.5 kHz 
14.0 kHz 
16.0 kHz 
18.0 kHz 
20.0 kHz 


AUTOPAN 






| mme | t | e) 


on/off 
wave select 
freq. 

phase 

trig select 
limit min 

limit max 

trig threshold 
LFO step 

LFO start point 


name data composition 


on/off 0-1, 1 step 0: off,l:on 
wave select 0-3, 1 step 0: sin 
1: triangle 
2: special 1 
3: special 2 
1 - 290 , 1 step 1 - 100 : 0.01Hz - 1.0Hz 0.01Hz step 
101 - 290: 1.1Hz - 20Hz 0.1Hz step 


a comment 
address 
22 





































freq. 















phase bit6 - chl 0: normal , 1 : inverse 
7 -ch2 0: normal , 1 : inverse 

trig select 0-3, 1 step 0: off 

1: chl 

acen2 

3: MIDI 
limit min 0 - 4096 , 1 step 0 - 100% , 0.0244% step 
limit max a “4 
trig threshold ia & 
LFO step 0 - 360 , 1 step 0 - 360' , 1’ step 








LFO start point 0 - 359 , 1 step 0 - 359° , 1’ step 


OUTPUT 


ame ch t dee nt 
n e comme 
YP address 


level chl | word | 32-33 |MSB = phase 
4 ch2 4 34 - 35 a 

round on/off byte 36 

empty & 37 


data composition 


level 0 - 4096 , 1 step 0 - 100% , 0.0244% step 






phase bitl5 0: normal , 1 : inverse 
round on/off 0-1, 1 step 0: off, 1:on 





15 


LCL.MIDI 
name ch type ae comment 
yP address 
38 


39 





0-125 , 1 step 0 - 120 = ctl change no. 
121 = Not in use 
122 = note on velocity 
123 = channel pressure 
124 = note number 
125 = off 


7 a 


a a 


a a 
0 - 400 (max),1 step INPUT+OUTPUT+EQ+tAUTOPAN+DELAY-1 
. (Excluding QUIT in each block and time scale and tap-in in 
the DELAY block) 
a 


4 





How to calculate prm no. 
A number representing a sum of parameter numbers except for QUIT of each block and time scale and tap-in 


of the DELAY block is stored. Methods of adding are shown in the following,O together with an example 
of calculating a maximum value of each block. 


prm no = INPUT+OUTPUT+EQ+AUTOPAN+DELAY-1 
Maximum value of each block 15 7 22 12 3 - 345 
DELAY stereo delay “STD 3 


feedback delay :FBD 21 
double delay :DBD 42 


tap delay :TPD 345 
long delay ‘LGD 277 
panpot tap delay :PTD 87 
multi delay :MTD 147 


Example): Delay time sync of stereo delay is allocated. 
prm no = 15+7+22+12+1-1 = 56 


16 


DELAY BLOCK 





chl word | 44 - 45 
ch2 Zi 46 - 47 


0 - 65535, 1 step ‘0 - 65535words , lword step 






delay time 
o 

feedback level 
a 

feedback bass level 
” 

feedback bass freq. 
o 

feedback treb level 


ao 


feedback treb freq. 


a 


delay time 1 - 65530 , 1 step 1 - 65530words , 1word step 
feedback level 0 - 4096 , 1 step 0 - 100% , 0.0244% step 
feedback phase bitl5 0: normal , 1 : inverse 
feedback bass level 0 - 240, 1 step -12dB - 12dB , 0.1dB step 
feedback treb level a a 

feedback bass freq. 8 - 56, 1 step 25Hz - 6.3kHz , 1/60ct step 
feedback treb freq. 32 - 66, 1 step 400Hz - 20.0kHz , a 





18 


double delay :DBD 


, ‘ data j 
ch e commen 
yP address 


delay 1 time 
4 
feedback 1 level MSB = phase 
Za 4 
feedback 1 bass level 
a 
feedback 1 bass freq. 
” 
feedback I treb level 
a” 
feedback 1 treb freq. 
” 
delay 2 time 
y 
feedback 2 level MSB = phase 
“a “a 
feedback 2 bass level 
ao 
feedback 2 bass freq. 
feedback 2 treb level 
’” 


feedback 2 treb freq. 


a 


delay 1,2 time 1 - 32757 , 1 step 1 - 32757words , lword step 
delay 1,2 level 0 - 4096 , 1 step 0 - 100% , 0.0244% step 
feedback 1,2 level a 
feedback 1,2 phase 
feedback 1,2 bass level 




















a 










bitl5 0: normal , 1 : inverse 
0 - 240, 1 step -12dB - 12dB , 0.1dB step 
















feedback 1,2 treb level a a 
feedback 1,2 bass freq. 8 - 56, 1 step 25Hz - 6.3kHz , 1/6o0ct step 
feedback 1,2 treb freq. 32 - 66, 1 step 400Hz - 20.0kHz, 7 





h type one comment 
& YPe | address 


pre delay time 
7 
tapl time 
ia 
tap] level MSB = phase 
“a 7, 
tap2 time 
a 
tap2 level 
a” 
tap3 time 
4 
tap3 level 
a” 
tap4 time 
x 
tap4 level 
” 
tap5 time 
a 
tap5 level 
v7 
tap6 time 
” 
tap6 level 
yo 
tap7 time 
a 
tap7 level 
a” 
tap8 time 
v7 
tap8 level 
a 
tap9 time 
4 
tap9 level 
ao 
tapl0 time 
” 
tap10 level 
4 
tapll time 
” 
tapl1 level 
oo 
tap12 time 
“” 
tap12 level 


a” 


tap13 time 


a 


tap13 level 


a 





20 


tapl4 time 
7 
tap14 level 
” 
tap15 time 
LY 
tap15 level 
a 
tapl16 time 
yo 
tap16 level 
” 
tap17 time 
” 
tapl7 level 
> 
tap18 time 
b 
tap18 level 
o 
tap19 time 
ao 
tapl9 level 


» 


tap20 time 


a” 


tap20 level 


” 
tap21 time 
a 
tap21 level 
> 
tap22 time 
a” 
tap22 level 
“o 
tap23 time 
4 
tap23 level 
7 
tap24 time 
ao 
tap24 level 
a 
tap25 time 
ao” 
tap25 level 
” 
tap26 time 
” 
tap26 level 
o 
tap27 time 
4 
tap27 level 


4 


BO -Bl 
B2 - B3 
B4 - BS 
B6 - B7 
B8 - B9 
BA - BB 
BC -BD 
BE - BF 
CO -Cl 
C2 - C3 
C4 -C5 
C6 - C7 
C8 - C9 
CA -CB 
CC - CD 
CE -CF 
DO - D1 
D2 - D3 
D4 - DS 
D6 - D7 
D8 - D9 
DA - DB 
DC - DD 
DE - DF 
EO - El 
E2 - E3 
E4 - ES 
E6 - E7 
E8 - E9 
EA - EB 
EC -ED 
EE - EF 
FO - F1 
F2 - F3 
F4 - F5 
F6 - F7 
F8 - F9 
FA - FB 
FC - FD 
FE - FF 
100 - 101 
102 - 103 


MSB = phase 


a 


104 - 105| MSB = phase 


106 - 107 


108 - 109 


10A - 10B 
10C - 10D 
10E - 10F 
110 - 101 


4112 - 103 


114 - 115 
116 - 117 
118 - 119 
11A - 11B 
11C - 11D 
L1E -11F 





h t pe comment 
name c e 
yP address 


tap28 time 120 - 121 
122 - 123 
124 - 125 
126 - 127 
128 - 129 
12A - 12B 
12C - 12D 
12E - 12F 
130 - 121 
132 - 123 
134 - 135 
136 - 137 
138 - 139 
13A - 13B 

13C - 13D 
| 13E - 13F 
140 - 131 
142 -.133 
144 - 145 
146 - 147 
148 - 149 
14A - 14B 
14C - 14D 
14E - 14F 
150 - 141 
152 - 143 
154 - 155 
156 - 157 
158 - 159 
15A - 15B 
15C - 15D 
1S5E - 15F 
160 - 151 
162 - 153 
164 - 165 
166 - 167 
168 - 169 
16A - 16B 
16C - 16D 
16E - 16F 
170 - 161 
172 - 163 
174 - 175 
176 - 177 


pre delay time 1 - 4799 , 1 step 1 - 4799words , word step 
tap1-38 time 0 - 60735 , 1 step 0 - 60735words , 1word step 
tap1-38 level 0 - 4096 , 1 step 0 - 100% , 0.0244% step 

tap1-38 phase bitl5 


































a” 














































tap28_ level MSB = phase 


a ” 





tap29 time 


ag 






tap29 level 


a 






tap30 time 


” 


tap30 level 


o 













tap31 time 


% 









tap31 level 


% 





tap32 time 


a 









tap32 level 


4% 





tap33 time 


ad 









tap33 level 


o 









tap34 time 


“a 






tap34 level 


4 









tap35 time 


% 












tap35 level 


% 








tap36 time 


D 










tap36 level 


% 






tap37 time 


a 






tap37 level 


a 





tap38 time 


ag 










tap38 level 


% 
















0: normal , 1 : inverse 


21 


long delay :LGD 


h t dala comment 
name c e 
yP address 


mix level 44-45 |MSB = phase 


o 





tap 1 time 
” 
tap 1 level 
” 
tap 2 time 
a 
tap 2 level 
” 
tap 3 time 
a” 
tap 3 level 
a” 
tap 4 time 
“o 
tap 4 level 
“ao 
tap 5 time 
7 
tap 5 level 
a” 
tap 6 time 
a 
tap 6 level 
4 
tap 7 time 
+” 
tap 7 level 
4 
tap 8 time 
“ao 
tap 8 level 
4 
tap 9 time 
a 
tap 9 level 
4 
tap 10 time 
a” 
tap 10 level 


a 


tap 11 time 


u 


tap 11 level 
4 

tap 12 time 

tap 12 level 

tap 13 time 

tap 13 level 


a 


name ch type comment 


tap 14 time 
a 

tap 14 level 
a 

tap 15 time 
ao 

tap 15 level 
a” 

tap 16 time 

tap 16 level 

tap 17 time 

tap 17 level 

tap 18 time 
” 

tap 18 level 
ao 

tap 19 time 

tap 19 level 

tap 20 time 


% 


tap 20 level 


4 

tap 21 time 

tap 21 level 
a 

tap 22 time 
” 

tap 22 level 

tap 23 time 
hb 

tap 23 level 

tap 24 time 

tap 24 level 
a 

tap 25 time 
” 

tap 25 level 
a 

lap 26 time 
a” 

tap 26 level 
“a 

tap 27 time 

tap 27 level 


y 


BO -Bl 
B2 - B3 
B4 - BS 
B6 - B7 
B8 - B9 
BA - BB 
BC -BD 
BE - BF 
CO -Cl 
C2 - C3 
C4.-C5 
C6 -C7 
C8 - C9 
CA - CB 
CC -CD 
CE - CF 
DO - Di 
D2 - D3 
D4 - DS 
D6 - D7 


| D&-D9 


DA - DB 
DC-DD 
DE - DF 
EO - El 
E2 - E3 
E4 - E5 
E6 - E7 
E8 - E9 
EA - EB 
EC-ED 
EE - EF 
FO - Fl 
F2 - F3 
F4 - FS 
F6 - F7 
F8 - F9 
FA - FB 
FC - FD 
FE - FF 
100 - 101 
102 - 103 


MSB = phase 


a” 


104 - 105} MSB 


106 - 107 
108 - 109 
10A - 10B 
10C - 10D 
10E - 10F 
110 - 101 
112 - 103 
114 - 115 
116 - 117 
118 - 119 
11A - 11B 


11C-11D 


11E -11F 





23 


24 


h ‘ data , 
name c e commen 
YP address 


tap 28 time 120 - 121 
4 122 - 123 

tap 28 level 124 - 125] MSB = phase 
Za 126 - 127 

tap 29 time 128 - 129 
4 12A - 12B 

tap 29 level 12C - 12D} MSB = phase 
4 12E - 12F 

feedback time 130 - 131 

feedback level 132 - 133 |MSB = phase 

feedback bass level 134 

feedback bass freq. 135 

feedback treble level 136 

feedback treble freq. 137 

feedback PEQ level 138 

feedback PEQ freq. 139 

feedback PEQ q 13A 

empty 13B 


name data composition 


tap 1-29 time 1 - 65530 , 1 step 2 - 131060words , 2word step 
feedback time 4 a 
mix level 0 - 4096 , 1 step 0 - 100% , 0.0244% step 
tap 1-29 level a 
feedback level 

mix phase 

tap 1 phase 
feedback phase 
feedback bass level 
feedback treble level 
feedback PEQ level 
feedback bass freq. 
feedback treble freq. 
feedback PEQ freq. 
feedback PEQ q 











































4 











a 4 







bitlS 0: normal , 1 : inverse 


4 





a 












ad 


0 - 240, 1 step 


4% 


a 


-12dB - 12dB , 0.1dB step 


o 











8 - 56, 1 step 25Hz - 6.3kHz , 1/60ct step 
32 - 66, 1 step 400Hz - 20.0kHz , % 

16 - 66, 1 step 63Hz - 20.0kHz , “a 
0-7, 1 step 0:0.267( 4oct ) 

: 0.667 ( = 2oct ) 

:1.414(  loct) 

: 2.145 ( 2/30ct ) 

: 4.319 ( 1/30ct ) 

: 8.651 ( 1/6oct ) 

: 17.31 € 1/12o0ct ) 

: 34.62 ( 1/24o0ct ) 







YDAMWAWNHE 


ame ch t cate com t 
n e men 
yp address 


pre delay time 


ao 




























pre delay level MSB = phase 


4 





a” 
pre delay fdbk time 
“x 


pre delay fdbk level 


a 








tap] time 
” 
tapl level 


a 





tapl panpot 


4 





tap2 time 


a 





tap2 level 


o 





tap2 panpot 
wv 
tap3 time 
tap3 level 
b 
tap3 panpot 
” 
tap4 time 
” 
tap4 level 
y 
tap4 panpot 


ad 





tap5 time 


& 





tap5 level 


o 






tap5 panpot 


a 







feedback time 


% 


feedback level 


a 






25 


26 





pre delay time 0 - 32765 , 1 step 0 - 32765wds , lword step 
pre delay fdbk time 1 - 32765 , 1 step 1 - 32765wds , 1word step 
tapl-5 time 0 - 32767 , 1 step 0 - 32767wds , lword step 
feedback time 1 - 32767 , 1 step 1 - 32767wds , lword step 
pre delay level 0 - 4096 , 1 step 0 - 100% , 0.0244% step 
pre delay fdbk level “a 4% 


tap1-5 level Za Za 

feedback level a 4 

tap1-S panpot 4 4 

pre delay phase i 0: normal , 1 : inverse 
pre delay fdbk phase 4 

tapl-5 phase 7, 

feedback phase 4 





multi delay :MTD 


am ch t data t 
name e commen 
YP address 


pre delay 1 time 
+ 
pre delay | level 48 -49 |MSB = phase 
a 
pre delay 2 time 
*” 
pre delay 2 level 
ob 
early rfl 1 time 
o” 
early rfl 1 level 
“+ 
early rfl 2 time 
“+ 
early rfl 2 level 
, 
early rfl 3 time 
” 
early rfl 3 level 
a 
cross pre delay time 
“wo 
cross pre delay level 
” 
tapl time 
tapl level 


a 


tap2 time 


id 


a 
tap3 time 


o 


name ch t 8 comment 
e 
yp address 


cross tap] time 8C - 8D 
8E - 8F 
90 - 81 
92 - 83 
94 - 95 
96 - 97 
98 -99 |MSB = phase 
9A - 9B 
9C - 9D 
9E -9F 
AO - 91 |MSB = phase 
A2 - 93 Za 
A4 - AS 
A6 - A7 
A8 - A9 
AA - AB 




















a 






cross tap] level 


a 


MSB = phase 


a 





cross tap2 time 


a 










cross tap2 level 


« 






cross tap3 time 


w 










cross tap3 level 
* 
feedback time 

a” 
feedback level 
bo 


feedback bass level 


a 
















MSB = phase 


a 
















feedback bass freq. 
+ 
feedback treble level 
a 
feedback treble freq. 
o 
feedback PEQ level 
y 
feedback PEQ freq. 
a” 


feedback PEQ q 


4 








cross feedback time 













o 


BC - BD 
BE-BF |MSB = phase 





cross feedback level 


a 






27 


28 


pre delay 1,2 time 0 - 32757 , 1 step 0 - 32757words , l1word step 
early rfl 1-3 time 4 
cross pre delay time 
tapl-3 time 

cross tap1-3 time 
feedback time 

cross feedback time 
pre delay 1,2 level 
early rfl 1-3 level 
cross pre delay level 
tapl-3 level 

cross tap1-3 level 
feedback level 

cross feedback level 
pre delay 1,2 phase 
early rfl 1-3 phase 
cross pre delay phase 
tapl1-3 phase 

cross tap1-3 phase 
cross feedback phase 
feedback phase 
feedback bass level 
feedback treble level 
feedback PEQ level 
feedback bass freq. 
feedback treble freq. 
feedback PEQ freq. 
feedback PEQ q 







































1 - 32757 , 1 step 1 - 32757 words , 1word step 
0 - 32767 , 1 step 0 - 32767words , lword step 
1 - 32767 , 1 step 1 - 32767words , lword step 


w 







w 







& ao 


0 - 4096 , 1 step ‘0 - 100% , 0.0244% step 


a 






4% 










> u 









y a 








a7 a 









” a 











u u 









bitl5 0: normal , 1 : inverse 


a 






a 









” a 









a a 






777 4 









a Za 









aw a 


0 - 240 , 1 step -12dB - 12dB , 0.1dB step 


4 











a 









a 








8 - 56,1 step 25Hz - 6.3kHz , 1/60ct step 
32 - 66, 1 step 400Hz - 20.0kHz, 7 
16 - 66, 1 step 63Hz - 20.0kHz , 4 
0-7, 1 step : 0.267 ( = 4oct ) 

: 0.667 ( 2oct ) 
:1.414( loct ) 

> 2.145 ( 2/30ct ) 

: 4.319 ( 1/3o0ct ) 

: 8.651 ( 1/6o0ct ) 

: 17.31 ( 1/12o0ct ) 

: 34.62 ( 1/240ct ) 








NANDND WN |= © 






DATE 


date 2byte year: 7bit month: 4bit day : Sbit 
Example: B'1011100011000001 ; 1011100 0110 00001 
1992 June 1 









. 
> 






NAME 


name 1 -47byte |Basically, ASCII code. 

End code = 0 (maximum: 46 characters + 1 byte of end code) 
Compression code: A byte next to 7 becomes (number of spaces - 1). 
Example: Preset memory No. 3 


Sound on Sound 
tempo= 96 









db 1, 4-1 ; 4-character compression 
db ‘Sound on sound? 
db Gdgel ;12-character compression 






db +tempo= 967, 0 





ae eve 


time 2 0Xh: ad repre trol code and a RAM data, respectively, 
n, do eee ae ee nas NAME data. 


=o 

~HUBRPOBSHERNAE 
— be dagsaannnoouE 
~~ SBR EBGRES IEEE 
eo 
ee ee 
«fi EGR EERE 
cea 
~~ PSG Tse 
~~ ode neces 
~~ Gia GRe eRe 
~~ STE See Gena 
~« CECE CCREE Gwe B 
~~ Eee ee 
ee 
~~ SHER EC ORAS @ 
~ AOE Eaee 


a 



































DPS series is shown in the following. Refer to the list for creating NAME : 
N 





30 


SYSTEM 


data length data composition 


input mode 
auto help 
load form 
load time 
unit ( time ) 
unit ( level ) 
unit (q ) 
remote ch 
remote baud rate 
empty 
clock 


user's name 
date of birth 


key protect 
memory compare 


dial sensitivity 
empty 


SYS.MIDI 


MIDI omni 

MIDI ch 

PGM change no.1 
- memory no. 


PGM change no.128 


- memory no. 


CN epee ptt 


(total 256) 


: stereo , 1 : mono 

: off, 1:on 

: auto load , 1 : enter load 

: fast, 1 : medium , 2: slow 

: word , 1 : msec ,2: m, 3: Quarter note 

>%,1:dB 

:q,1: oct 
0-14, 1 step 1-15 ch, Ich step 
0 : 9600 , 1 : 19200 , 2 : 31250 
0 : Set all empty areas to 0 (for expansion). 
Replace decimal data with hexadecimal one. 
Example: June 21, 1992 12:34:56 

db 92h,06h,21h,12h,34h,56h 
Basically, ASCII code 
End code is 0. 
Example: December 6 
db 12,6 

: off , 1: on 

: edit/memory 

: edit/parameter 

: edit/parameter/memory 

: edit/parameter/block/memory 
O-11,1step 1-12,1 step (Ver. 1.40 or later versions) 
0 : Set all empty areas to 0 (for expansion). 





O:off,l:on 

0-15, 1 step 1 - 16 ch, Ich step 

0 - 356, 1 step 0 - 255 : U1 - U256 
256 - 355 : Pi - P100 
356 : BYPASS 









ALG equ 
EQ equ 
PAN equ 
CLOCKI equ 
SPACE equ 


PM_4: 


; input 


gfe ¢€ 


> &q 
; auto pan 
; output 


dw 
db 
db 


; local midi 


; dly 


g¢ FFFFSSSSFSS FSSPESEE 


1024 

64 ; EQ compression flag 

256 ; AUTOPAN compression flag 

1011030100000001B ; August 1, 1990 

7 ; compression of user name space 
; preset memory No. 4 

4* ALG+EQ+PAN+33 

2048 2048 ; input level 

0,0 ; panpot 

0,0 ; panpot limit min. 

2048 2048 ; panpot limit max. 

2048 2048 ; Output level 

1 ; round 

0 ; empty 

1 ; ctl no. 1 - 1 : mod wheel 

6 ; ctl no. 2 - 6: data entry 

125 ; ctl no. 3 - 125: off 

125 ; ctl no. 4 - 125 : off 

15+7+22+12+4-1 ; prm no. | - tap 1 time sync 

0 ; prm no. 2 - input level sync 

0 ; prm no. 3 

0 ; prm no. 4 

1,1 ; pre delay time 

6720,6720 ; tapl time 

1024,0 ; tap] level , phase 

13440,13440 ; tap2 time 

1024,1024 ; tap2 level , phase 

20160,20160 ; tap3 time 

0,1024 ; tap3 level , phase 

26880,33600 ; tap4 time 

1024,1024 ; tap4 level , phase 

40320,40320 ; tap5 time 

0,1024 ; tap5 level , phase 

CLOCKI 

SPACE,4-1 

"Pol" 

HEE ;y jammed to the left 


"-rhythm 4+3",0 


With the DPS-D7, data can be compressed unless EQ, AUTOPAN or a tap (only for tap delay and 
long delay) is used. However, compressing of data is not always necessary. 


; ALG 4:tap delay Compression of EQ, AUTOPAN and 33 taps 


31 


PM_43: 


; input 


> &q 


; auto pan 


; output 


dw 
db 
db 


: local midi 


; dly 


32 


PPFFFFSTSSSTSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS SESSESES 


4* ALG+PAN 


2048 ,2048 
0,0 
0,0 
2048 ,2048 


1 

0 

0,0 
20,20 
0,0 
56,56 
130,130 
56,56 
3,3 


2048 ,2048 
1 
0 


1 

6 

125 

125 
15+74+22+12+1-1 
0 

0 

0 


100,100 
ii 

33,33 

22 

119,119 

3,3 

269,269 

4,4 

446,446 

5,5 

568,568 

6,6 

553,553 

7,7 

371,371 

8,8 

87,87 

9,9 
32934,32934 
10,10 
33034,33034 
11,11 
32949,32949 
12,12 

4,4 

13,13 
151,151 


; preset memory No. 43 


; ALG 4 


we we we 


we 


input level 
panpot 

panpot limit min. 
panpot limit max. 


;eq sw 


> 


we we 


we 


> 


> 


; empty 


bass level 
bass freq. 
treb level 


; treb freq. 
; peq level 


; peq freq. 
>peqq 


we 


output level 


; round 


> 


’ 


> 


> 


’ 


> 


’ 


? 


> 


’ 


we 


we 


we we 


we 


Oc 2 2 eo ce 


we 


; empty 


; ctl no. 1 - 1 : mod wheel 

; ctl no. 2 - 6: data entry 

; ctl no. 3 - 125.: off 

; ctl no. 4 - 125: off 

; prm no. 1 - pre delay time sync 
; prm no. 2 - input level sync 

; prm no. 3 

; prm no. 4 


; pre delay time 


tap] time 

tap] level , phase 
tap2 time 

tap2 level , phase 
tap3 time 

tap3 level , phase 
tap4 time 

tap4 level , phase 
tap5 time 

tap5 level , phase 
tap6 time 

tap6 level , phase 
tap7 time 

tap7 level , phase 
tap8 time 

tap8 level , phase 
tap9 time 

tap9 level , phase 
tap10 time 

tap10 level , phase 
tap11 time 


tapl]1 level , phase 
tap12 time 
tap12 level , phase 
tap13 time 
tap13 level , phase 


¢ FFFSFSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS SSC SSS SSSSSSSPFSIFSSSSESSESSTSTE EEE 


14,14 
164,164 
15,15 

56,56 

16,16 
32843,32843 
17,17 

32896 ,32896 
18,18 
32841,32841 
19,19 

30,30 

20,20 

93,93 

21,21 

72,72 

22,22 
32771,32771 
23,23 
32832,32832 
24,24 
32831,32831 
25,25 
3277932779 
26,26 

42,42 

27,27 

52,52 

28,28 

18,18 

29,29 
32792,32792 
30,30 
32806,32806 
31,31 
32782,32782 
32,32 

25,25 

33,33 

49,49 

34,34 

46,46 

35,35 

24,24 

36,36 

2,2 

37,37 

8,8 

38,38 

8,8 


CLOCKI 


SPACE,4-1 
"AM r" 
H'E6,H'E8 
nen 

H'EA 

" sound",O 


we we we we we we we we we we we we we we we we we we we we we we we we we we we we we we 


we 


we 


ve 


we 


we 


we 


we 


we 


tap14 time 
tap14 level , phase 
tap15 time 
tap15 level , phase 
tapl6 time 
tap16 level , phase 
tap17 time 
tap17 level , phase 
tap18 time 
tap18 level , phase 
tap19 time 
tap19 level , phase 
tap20 time 
tap20 level , phase 
tap21 time 
tap21 level , phase 
tap22 time 
tap22 level , phase 
tap23 time 
tap23 level , phase 
tap24 time 
tap24 level , phase 
tap25 time 
tap25 level , phase 
tap26 time 
tap26 level , phase 
tap27 time 
tap27 level , phase 
tap28 time 
tap28 level , phase 
tap29 time 
tap29 level , phase 
tap30 time 
tap30 level , phase 
tap31 time 
tap31 level , phase 
tap32 time 
tap32 level , phase 
tap33 time 
tap33 level , phase 
tap34 time 
tap34 level , phase 
tap35 time 
tap35 level , phase 
tap36 time 
tap36 level , phase 
tap37 time 
tap37 level , phase 
tap38 time 
tap38 level , phase 


; ad jammed to the left 


; © jammed to the left 


DPS-D7 | 


English 

Sony Corporation sc bello 

rinted in vapan 

aL antl Audio Group © 1992.9 


—34- Published by Customer Relations and Service Group 


DPS-D7 


ON ©. US Model 


SERVICE MAN UAL Canadian Model 








AEP Model 
UK Model 
E model 
File this Supplement with the Service Manual. 
Subject: 
¢ REMOTE CONTROLLER DATA FORMAT ADDITION 
The format for transfer between DPS-D7 and RM-DPS7 dedicated remote controller was added. 
For details, see the DPS-M7 SUPPLEMENT-1 (9-956-852-82). 
English 
Sony Corporation een 
Consumer A&V Products Company ©1995.10 
Home A&V Products Div. Published by Home A&V Products Div. 


9-977-088-83 Quality Engineering Dept.