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  • DVD Recorder Training Guide

    DVR-210-S & DVR-310-S

    Technical Training Department1925 E. Dominguez Street

    Long Beach, CA 90810

  • Contents

    Features.....3~10 Start Up Sequence43

    Recording Time....11~12 Disassembly.44~46

    Model Comparison....13 Overall Block47~48

    Block Diagrams.14~20 Adjustments.49~50

    CPU Assignment...21 CDRM (ID)..51~52

    Circuit Board Layout.22~25 Service Mode53~60

    Block TUMJ Assy.26~29 DV/1394 Debug Mode.61~62

    Main Assy..30~36 Error Rate.63~64

    Power Supply Unit.37~39 Video adjustments.65~68

    DVD-R/RW Unit40~41 SI Correction.69~70

    Specifications71

  • Features

    Disc history Easy timer recording Advanced Disc Navigator Chapter editing Chase play , Simultaneous rec & play DV terminal (IN/OUT) Other convenient features (Video mode)

    Undo finalizing (DVD-RW) Title menu with thumbnail Wall paper samples of title menu

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  • Disc history

    Disc information on up to 30 discs is stored in the memory of DVD recorder.Without inserting a disc each discs status and contents can be seen on GUI by pushing only one key.

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  • Easy timer recording

    This is an optimal setup method for time block programming.The setup is completed by marking time segments using only the cursor key without entering the number.

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  • Advanced Disc Navigator

    A selected title in the Disc Navigator shown with full motion pictures.This makes it easy to search the specific disc contents.

    Full Motion picture

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  • Chapter editing

    A selected scene in the Chapter Edit shown with full motion pictures.This makes it easy to search and edit the specific contents.

    Full Motion picture

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  • Chase play, Simultaneous rec & play

    You can playback Recording title

    Chase play

    You can playback another title

    Simultaneous recording & playback

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  • DV terminal (IN/OUT)

    The DV input is connectable via i.LINK.The contents can be edited digitally and can be controlled by remote controller.This allows consumers to create their own DVD.

    A chapter marker is inserted automatically every time there is break in the time code on the DV tape. This happens when the recording is stopped or paused then restarted.

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  • Other Convenient features(Video mode)

    Undo FinalizeOn DVD-RW discs recorded in Video mode You can add more contents even after the disc was finalized with [Undo Finalize] feature.

    When finalizing a Video mode disc, a menu with still pictures is created on the disc.Title menu with thumbnail

    Wall paper samples of title menuThe DVR-210/310-S allow you to select a wall paper from nine patterns.

    Wall paper samples

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  • Recording time DVD-R/RW

    about 6 hoursEP

    1 to 6 hours at 32stepsManual

    about 4 hoursLP

    about 2 hoursSP

    about 1 hourFINERecording timeRec mode

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  • DVR-210 / DVR-310-S AV Encoding Method

    Level Rec. time ResolutionMPEGEncodeMode

    RecordingRate

    (Mbps)Level Rec.time Resolution

    MPEGEncodeMode

    Recording Rate(Mbps)

    MN1 360 mins. VBR 1.73 EP MN1 360 mins. VBR 1.73MN2 345 mins. VBR 1.81 MN2 345 mins. VBR 1.81MN3 330 mins. 352x240 VBR 1.89 MN3 330 mins. 352x240 VBR 1.89MN4 315 mins. SIF VBR* 1.98 MN4 315 mins. VBR* 1.98MN5 300 mins. VBR* 2.08 MN5 300 mins. VBR* 2.08MN6 285 mins VBR* 2.19 MN6 285 mins VBR* 2.19MN7 270 mins. VBR 2.31 MN7 270 mins. VBR 2.31MN8 255 mins. VBR 2.45 MN8 255 mins. VBR 2.45MN9 240 mins. 352x480 VBR 2.60 LP MN9 240 mins. VBR 2.60MN10 230 mins. 1/2 D1 VBR 2.71 MN10 230 mins. VBR 2.71MN11 220 mins. VBR 2.84 MN11 220 mins. VBR 2.84MN12 210 mins. VBR 2.97 MN12 210 mins. 352x480 VBR 2.97MN13 200 mins. VBR 3.12 MN13 200 mins. VBR 3.12MN14 190 mins. 480x480 VBR 3.28 MN14 190 mins. VBR 3.28MN15 180 mins. 2/3 D1 VBR 3.47 MN15 180 mins. VBR 3.47MN16 170 mins. VBR 3.67 MN16 170 mins. VBR 3.67MN17 160 mins. VBR 3.90 MN17 160 mins. VBR 3.90MN18 150 mins. 544x480 VBR 4.16 MN18 150 mins. VBR 4.16MN19 140 mins. 3/4 D1 VBR 4.46 MN19 140 mins. VBR 4.46MN20 130 mins. VBR 4.80 MN20 130 mins. VBR 4.80MN21 120 mins. VBR 5.20 SP MN21 120 mins. VBR 5.20MN22 110 mins. VBR 5.67 MN22 110 mins. VBR 5.67MN23 105 mins. VBR 5.94 MN23 105 mins. VBR 5.94MN24 100 mins. VBR 6.24 MN24 100 mins. VBR 6.24MN25 95 mins. VBR 6.57 MN25 95 mins. 720x480 VBR 6.57MN26 90 mins. 720x480 CBR 6.94 MN26 90 mins. CBR 6.94MN27 85 mins. D1 CBR 7.34 MN27 85 mins. CBR 7.34MN28 80 mins. CBR 7.80 MN28 80 mins. CBR 7.80MN29 75 mins. CBR 8.32 MN29 75 mins. CBR 8.32MN30 70 mins. CBR 8.91 MN30 70 mins. CBR 8.91MN31 65 mins. CBR 9.60 MN31 65 mins. CBR 9.60MN32 61 mins. CBR 10.08 FINE MN32 61 mins. CBR 10.08

    VR mode Video mode

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  • Video mode comparison from Previous model, DVR-7000

    Video recording method

    DVR-7000 DVR-210, 310

    CBR recording

    (Constant Bit Rate)

    VBR recording

    (Variable Bit Rate)

    Recording mode V1(1H), V2(2H) (FINE(1H), SP(2H), LP(4H), EP(6H)

    & MN (1-32: 6-1H)

    Dolby Digital LPCM (48KHz, 16bit)Audio recording method

    Improved picture quality.

    Same as VR mode

    Disc Navigator Only Text Text with thumbnail

    Menu after finalized Title List(only Text) Title Menu (thumbnail

    Add after finalizeOnly after format After Finalization cancel

    DVD-RW DISC

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  • DVR-210/310-S

    BLOCK DIAGRAMS

  • Overall Block Diagram

    DVD-R/RW Drive

    Tuner/Line

    in

    Y/C/CVBS Video Out

    Audio Analog Out

    Tuner/FL Control CPU

    DIF Out (Opt.)

    Y/Cb/Cr Video Out

    FLASH64Mb

    TUMJ ASSY

    Sampling RateConverter

    FL

    AudioA/D

    AudioD/A

    AT

    ASD

    RA

    M25

    6Mb

    AV-codecLSI

    M65672WG

    VideoADC3D Y/C

    DNRRECAV-Enc.

    AV-Dec.

    ProgressiveConverter

    ATA I/F 32bit RISCCPU

    3D DNRPB

    GraphicsEngine

    FrameTBC

    VideoDAC

    PAL/NTSCEncoder

    PAL/NTSCDecoder

    BackupSRAM4Mb

    CPUSDRAM128Mb

    MAIN ASSY

    EN

    CSD

    RA

    M12

    8Mb 1394

    Phy.1394 LinkDV-codec

    DE

    CSD

    RA

    MM

    b64 IEEE1394

    SRC

    INPUTOUTPUT

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    cbasileText BoxIC1001

  • Overall Block Diagram

    The new Pioneer design DVDR/RW recorders incorporate the R-6 drive with a single AV signal processing chip. (IC1001 M65672WG) This chip performs the following functions: 3-D Y/C separation, Video decoding, Frame TBC, MPEG video encoding, Dolby digital consumer encoding, ATA/ATAPI I/F (2 ch), Main CPU, On screen display, MPEG video decoding, Audio decoding, Video encoding, Progressive conversion, Audio interface and 3-D DNR for playback. Basic A/V inputs and outputs for IC1001 come from the TUMJ assy (Tuner and multi jack assy). SDRAMs connected to IC1001 provide processing memory support. ATA/ATAPI, Encoder, Decoder, CPU and Backup SDRAMs. One Flash Rom is also connected for program run information and future upgrading.

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  • SIGNAL FLOW

    Record Tuner/ Line Input (KU)

    Y/C/CVBS Video Out

    Audio Analog Out

    Tuner/FL Control CPU

    DIF Out (Opt.)

    Y/Cb/Cr Video Out

    FLASH64Mb

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    1394 LinkDV-codec

    TVTuner

    Line-InSel

    StereoDecoder

    InputSelector

    Audio

    Video

    Select (L,R) or (Mono+SAP)for VR Format Recording

    AudioA/D

    AudioD/A

    AT

    ASD

    RA

    M25

    6Mb

    AV-codecLSI

    M65672WG

    DVD-R/RW Drive

    VideoADC3D Y/C

    DNRRECAV-Enc.

    AV-Dec.

    ProgressiveConverter

    ATA I/F 32bit RISCCPU

    3D DNRPB

    GraphicsEngine

    FrameTBC

    VideoDAC

    PAL/NTSCEncoder

    PAL/NTSCDecoder

    BackupSRAM4Mb

    CPUSDRAM128Mb

    EN

    CSD

    RA

    M12

    8Mb

    DE

    CSD

    RA

    MM

    b64

    Select (L,R) or (SAP)for Video Format Recording

    And select (L,L), (R,R) or (L,R)to Output SRC

    INPUTOUTPUT

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    cbasileText Box IC1001

  • Signal Flow (Record Tuner/Line)

    In the TUJM assy the Control CPU will direct the Input selector to send the selected A/V input signal or Tuner Station signal to the main A/V processing IC. When selecting the tuner to record you must also select (L,R) or (mono+SAP) as your audio record source. IC1001 will MPEG encode the selected signals and pass them on to the Drive assy for disc recording. IC1001 also outputs the A/V signals for monitoring as (Y/C, Y/CB/CR, S or composite) back to the TUMJ assy. Audio will be Analog R/L or Digital out.

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  • SIGNAL FLOW

    Y/C/CVBS Video Out

    Audio Analog Out

    Tuner/FL Control CPU

    DIF Out (Opt.)

    Y/Cb/Cr Video Out

    FLASH64Mb

    1394Phy.

    1394 LinkDV-codec

    TVTuner

    Line-InSel

    StereoDecoder

    InputSelector

    Audio

    Video

    Convert Sampling Ratefrom 48kHz to 32kHz

    Playback

    AudioA/D

    AudioD/A

    AT

    ASD

    RA

    M25

    6Mb

    AV-codecLSI

    M65672WG

    DVD-R/RW Drive

    VideoADC3D Y/C

    DNRRECAV-Enc.

    AV-Dec.

    ProgressiveConverter

    ATA I/F 32bit RISCCPU

    3D DNRPB

    GraphicsEngine

    FrameTBC

    VideoDAC

    PAL/NTSCEncoder

    PAL/NTSCDecoder

    BackupSRAM4Mb

    CPUSDRAM128Mb

    EN

    CSD

    R

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