Tuesday, November 17, 2015

SONY XPLOD XM-D1000P5 CAR AMP CIRCUIT DIAGRAM

SONY XPLOD 

XM-D1000P5 1600W 

CAR AMPLIFIER 

 CIRCUIT DIAGRAM 

POINT TO NOTE
Before making any connections, disconnect the ground terminal of the car battery to avoid short circuits.
# Be sure to use speakers with an adequate power rating. If you use small capacity speakers, they may be damaged.
# Do not connect the  (-) terminal of the speaker system to the car chassis, and do not connect the (-) terminal of the right speaker with that of the left speaker.
# Install the input and output cords away from the power supply wire as running them close together can generate some interference noise.
# This unit is a high powered amplifier. Therefore, it may not perform to its full potential if used with the speaker cords supplied with the car.
# If your car is equipped with a computer system for navigation or some other purpose, do not to remove the ground wire from the car battery. If you disconnect the wire, the computer memory may be erased. To avoid short circuits when making connections, disconnect the +12 V power supply wire until all the other wires have been connected.
Make the terminal connections as illustrated below.

Pass the wires through the cap, connect the wires, then cover the terminals with the cap.
Note
When you tighten the screw, be careful not to apply too much torque * as doing so may damage the screw.
# The torque value should be less than 1 Nm.
Power Connection Wires

If you have the factory original or some other car audio unit without a remote output on the amplifier, connect the remote input terminal (REMOTE) to the accessory power supply.
Notes on the power supply
# Connect the +12 V power supply wire only after all the other wires have been connected.
# Be sure to connect the ground wire of the unit securely to a metal point of the car. A loose connection may cause a malfunction of the amplifier.
# Be sure to connect the remote control wire of the car audio unit to the remote terminal.
# When using a car audio unit without a remote output on the amplifier, connect the remote input terminal (REMOTE) to the accessory power supply.
# Use the power supply wire with a fuse attached (150 A).
# Place the fuse in the power supply wire as close as possible to the car battery.
# Make sure that the wires to be connected to the +12 V and GND terminals of this unit are at least 4-Gauge (AWG-4) or have a sectional area of more than 22.0 mm2.
Fuse Replacement
If the fuse blows, check the power connection and replace all fuses. If the fuse blows again after replacement, there may be an internal malfunction. In such a case, consult your nearest Sony dealer.
Warning
When replacing the fuse, be sure to use one matching the amperage stated above the fuse holder. Never use a fuse with an amperage rating exceeding the one supplied with the unit as this could damage the unit.
Protection circuit
This amplifier is provided with a protection circuit that operates in the following cases:
# when the unit is overheated
# when a DC current is generated
# when the speaker terminals are short circuited.
The POWER/PROTECTOR indicator lights up in red and the unit will shut down. If this happens, turn off the connected equipment, take out the cassette tape or disc, and determine the cause of the malfunction. If the amplifier has overheated, wait until the unit cools down before use.
Function of Controls
1 POWER/PROTECTOR indicator
Lights up in green during operation. When the PROTECTOR is activated the indicator will change from green to red.
When the PROTECTOR is activated refer to the TroubleShooting Guide.
2 Cut-off frequency adjustment control
Sets the cut-off frequency (50 – 300 Hz) for the low-pass filters.
3 LOW BOOST level control
Turn this control to boost the frequencies around 40 Hz to a maximum of 10 dB.
4 LEVEL adjustment control
The input level can be adjusted with this control. Turn it in the clockwise direction when the output level of the car audio unit seems low.
AMPLIFIER CIRCUIT DIAGRAM 
PRE STAGE
POWER AMP STAGE 
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