HT-RT5 - Sony Audio Service Manual (repair manual)

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SERVICE MANUAL
Sony Video & Sound Products Inc.
Published by Sony Techno Create Corporation
HT-RT5
SA-RT5
SPECIFICATIONS
HT-RT5
HOME THEATRE SYSTEM
SA-RT5
ACTIVE SPEAKER SYSTEM
9-896-173-03
2015J33-1
© 
2015.10
US Model
Canadian Model
AEP Model
UK Model
E Model
Australian Model
Chinese Model
Ver. 1.2  2015.10
•  All of the units included in the HT-RT5 (SA-RT5/
SA-WRT5/SA-SLRT5/SA-SRRT5/Remote 
control) are required to confi rming operation of 
SA-RT5. Check in advance that you have all of 
the units.
COMPONENT  MODEL  NAME
HT-RT5
Bar Speaker (Active Speaker System)
SA-RT5
Subwoofer (Active Subwoofer)
SA-WRT5
Surround Speaker (Active Surround Speaker)
SA-SLRT5/SRRT5
•  Please refer to service manual separately issued for Subwoofer and Surround Speaker.
Photo: SA-RT5
Note:
Be sure to keep your PC used for service and 
checking of this unit always updated with the 
latest version of your anti-virus software.
In case a virus affected unit was found during 
service, contact your Service Headquarters. 
Amplifier section
U.S. models:
POWER OUTPUT AND TOTAL HARMONIC 
DISTORTION:
(FTC)
Front L + Front R:
With 4 ohms loads, both channels 
driven, from 200 - 20,000 Hz;
rated 20 W per channel minimum 
RMS power, with no more than 1% total 
harmonic distortion from 250 mW 
to rated output.
POWER OUTPUT (reference)
Front L/Front R speaker blocks: 
90 W (per channel at 4 ohms, 1 kHz)
Center speaker block: 90 W 
(at 4 ohms, 1 kHz)
Chinese model:
POWER OUTPUT
 
Front L/Front R speaker blocks: 35 W 
 
(per channel at 5 ohms, 1 kHz)
 
Center speaker block: 35 W (per channel 
 
at 5 ohms, 1 kHz)
Other models:
POWER OUTPUT (rated)
Front L + Front R speaker blocks: 50 W + 
50 W (at 4 ohms, 1 kHz, 1% THD)
POWER OUTPUT (reference)
Front L/Front R speaker blocks: 
90 W (per channel at 4 ohms, 1 kHz)
Center speaker block: 90 W 
(at 4 ohms, 1 kHz)
Inputs
HDMI IN 1*/2/3
DIGITAL IN (TV)
ANALOG IN
Output
HDMI OUT* (ARC)
* HDMI IN 1 and HDMI OUT (ARC) jacks 
support HDCP 2.2 protocol. HDCP 2.2 is 
newly enhanced copyright protection 
technology that is used to protect content 
such as 4K movies.
HDMI section
Connector
Type A (19pin)
USB section
 (USB) port:
Type A (For connecting USB memory, 
memory card reader, digital still camera)
LAN section
LAN (100) terminal
100BASE-TX Terminal
Wireless LAN section
Standards Compliance
IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n
Frequency band (Except Chinese model)
Frequency band (Chinese model)
 
2.4 GHz - 2.4835 GHz
 
5.15 GHz - 5.35 GHz
 
5.725 GHz - 5.85 GHz
2.4 GHz,  5 GHz
BLUETOOTH section
Communication system 
BLUETOOTH Specification version 3.0
Output 
BLUETOOTH Specification Power Class 1
Maximum communication range 
Line of sight approx. 30 m (98.4 ft)
1)
Maximum number of devices to be 
registered
9 devices
Frequency band 
2.4 GHz band (2.4 GHz - 2.4835 GHz) 
Modulation method 
FHSS (Freq Hopping Spread Spectrum) 
Compatible BLUETOOTH profiles
2)
 
A2DP 1.2 (Advanced Audio Distribution 
Profile)
AVRCP 1.5 (Audio Video Remote Control 
Profile)
Supported Codecs
3)
 
SBC
4)
, AAC
5)
, LDAC
Transmission range (A2DP) 
20 Hz - 20,000 Hz (Sampling frequency 
44.1 kHz)
1)
The actual range will vary depending on 
factors such as obstacles between devices, 
magnetic fields around a microwave oven, 
static electricity, cordless phone use, 
reception sensitivity, the operating system, 
software applications, etc.
2)
BLUETOOTH standard profiles indicate the 
purpose of BLUETOOTH communication 
between devices.
3)
Codec: Audio signal compression and 
conversion format
4)
Subband Codec 
5)
Advanced Audio Coding
Front L/Front R speaker blocks
Speaker system
2-way speaker system, Acoustic 
suspension
Speaker 
Woofer: 60 mm (2 3/8 in) cone type
Tweeter: 19 mm (3/4 in) soft dome type
Center speaker block
Speaker system
Full range speaker system, Acoustic 
suspension
Speaker
Woofer: 60 mm cone type
General
Power requirements
120 V AC, 60 Hz 
(US, CND)
110 V - 240 V AC, 50 Hz/60 Hz (EA3, LA)
Power consumption
On: 50 W
Standby mode: 0.5 W or less
Dimensions (approx.) (w/h/d)
1,080 mm × 56 mm × 128 mm (42 5/8 in 
× 2 1/4 in × 5 1/8  in) (without wall 
mounting brackets)
1,080 mm × 127 mm × 91 mm (42 5/8 in × 
5 in × 3 5/8  in) (with wall mounting 
brackets)
Mass (approx.)
3.8 kg (8 lb 7 oz)
220 V - 240 V AC, 50 Hz/60 Hz
5.6 W (When [Bluetooth Standby], 
[Remote Start], [Quick Start/Network 
Standby] and [Control for HDMI] are set 
to [On], and [Standby Through] is set to 
[Auto] when TV is not connected.)
(Except US, CND, EA3, LA)
(AEP and  UK models only)
Communication system 
Frequency band (CH)
 
5.15 GHz - 5.25 GHz
Wireless Sound Specification version 3.0
Frequency band (US, CND, AEP, UK, AUS, AR)
5.2 GHz (5.180 GHz - 5.240 GHz)
5.8 GHz (5.736 GHz - 5.814 GHz)
Modulation method
DSSS
Frequency band (E3, SP, LA)
5.8 GHz (5.736 GHz - 5.814 GHz)
Frequency band (EA3)
5.2 GHz (5.180 GHz - 5.240 GHz)
The compatible iPod/iPhone models are 
as follows. Update your iPod/iPhone with 
the latest software before using with the 
system.
BLUETOOTH technology works with:
iPhone 6 Plus/iPhone 6/iPhone 5s/
iPhone 5c/iPhone 5/iPhone 4s/iPhone 4/
iPhone 3GS
iPod touch (5th generation)/iPod touch 
(4th generation)
Wireless transmitter section
Compatible iPod/iPhone 
models
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HT-RT5
2
1)
YCbCr 4:2:0/Supports 8-bit only
2)
Supports 8-bit only
Video formats supported by the system
Input/Output (HDMI Repeater block)
Format
2D
3D
Frame packing
Side-by-Side 
(Half)
Over-Under 
(Top-and-
Bottom)
4096 × 2160p @ 59.94/60 Hz
1)
4096 × 2160p @ 50 Hz
1)
4096 × 2160p @ 23.98/24 Hz
2)
3840 × 2160p @ 59.94/60 Hz
1)
3840 × 2160p @ 50 Hz
1)
3840 × 2160p @ 29.97/30 Hz
2)
3840 × 2160p @ 25 Hz
2)
3840 × 2160p @ 23.98/24 Hz
2)
1920 × 1080p @ 59.94/60 Hz
1920 × 1080p @ 50 Hz
1920 × 1080p @ 29.97/30 Hz
1920 × 1080p @ 25 Hz
1920 × 1080p @ 23.98/24 Hz
1920 × 1080i @ 59.94/60 Hz
1920 × 1080i @ 50 Hz
1280 × 720p @ 59.94/60 Hz
1280 × 720p @ 50 Hz
1280 × 720p @ 29.97/30 Hz
1280 × 720p @ 23.98/24 Hz
720 × 480p @ 59.94/60 Hz
720 × 576p @ 50 Hz
640 × 480p @ 59.94/60 Hz
Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
Supplied accessories
Remote control (1)
R03 (size AAA) batteries (2)
High Speed HDMI cable (1) (Except AEP, UK only)
Optical digital cable (1) (AEP, UK only)
Calibration mic (1)
IR blaster (1)
Wall mounting brackets (2) and screws (2)
AC plug adaptor (4) (LA only)
This system incorporates Dolby* Digital and 
the DTS** Digital Surround System.
* Manufactured under license from Dolby 
Laboratories.
Dolby, Pro Logic, and the double-D 
symbol are trademarks of Dolby 
Laboratories.
** For DTS patents, see http://
patents.dts.com. Manufactured under 
license from DTS Licensing Limited. DTS, 
DTS-HD, the Symbol, & DTS and the 
Symbol together are registered 
trademarks of DTS, Inc. © DTS, Inc. All 
Rights Reserved.
The BLUETOOTH
®
 word mark and logos 
are registered trademarks owned by 
Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such 
marks by Sony Corporation is under 
license. Other trademarks and trade 
names are those of their respective 
owners.
This system incorporates High-Definition 
Multimedia Interface (HDMI™) 
technology. 
Copyrights
The terms HDMI and HDMI High-
Definition Multimedia Interface, and the 
HDMI Logo are trademarks or registered 
trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC in the 
United States and other countries.
The N Mark is a trademark or registered 
trademark of NFC Forum, Inc. in the 
United States and in other countries.
Android and Google Play are trademarks 
of Google Inc.
Google Cast is a trademark of Google Inc.
“Xperia” is a trademark of Sony Mobile 
Communications AB.
Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod, iPod 
touch, and Retina are trademarks of 
Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other 
countries. App Store is a service mark of 
Apple Inc.
“PlayStation
®
” is a registered trademark of 
Sony Computer Entertainment  Inc.
MPEG Layer-3 audio coding technology 
and patents licensed from Fraunhofer IIS 
and Thomson.
Windows Media is either a registered 
trademark or trademark of Microsoft 
Corporation in the United States and/or 
other countries.
This product is protected by certain 
intellectual property rights of Microsoft 
Corporation. Use or distribution of such 
technology outside of this product is 
prohibited without a license from 
Microsoft or an authorized Microsoft 
subsidiary.
Opera® Devices SDK from Opera Software 
ASA. Copyright 1995-2013 Opera Software 
ASA. All rights reserved.
Wi-Fi®, Wi-Fi Protected Access®, Wi-Fi 
Alliance® and Wi-Fi CERTIFIED Miracast® 
are registered trademarks of Wi-Fi 
Alliance.
Wi-Fi CERTIFIED™, WPA™, WPA2™, Wi-Fi 
Protected Setup™ and Miracast™ are 
trademarks of Wi-Fi Alliance.
LDAC is an audio coding technology 
developed by Sony that enables the 
transmission of High-Resolution (Hi-Res) 
Audio content, even over a Bluetooth 
connection. Unlike other Bluetooth 
compatible coding technologies such as 
SBC, it operates without any down-
conversion of the Hi-Res Audio content*, 
and allows approximately three times 
more data** than those other 
technologies to be transmitted over a 
Bluetooth wireless network with 
unprecedented sound quality, by means 
of efficient coding and optimized 
packetization.
* excluding DSD format contents
** in comparison with SBC (Subband Coding) 
when the bitrate of 990kbps (96/48kHz) 
or 909kbps (88.2/44.1kHz) is selected
This product contains software that is 
subject to the GNU General Public License 
(“GPL”) or GNU Lesser General Public 
License (“LGPL”). These establish that 
customers have the right to acquire, 
modify, and redistribute the source code 
of said software in accordance with the 
terms of the GPL or the LGPL.
For details of the GPL, LGPL and other 
software licenses, please refer to 
[Software License Information] in [System 
Settings] of the [Setup] menu on the 
product.
The source code for the software used in 
this product is subject to the GPL and 
LGPL, and is available on the Web. To 
download, please access the following:
URL: 
http://oss.sony.net/Products/Linux
Please note that Sony cannot answer or 
respond to any inquiries regarding the 
content of this source code.
“DSEE” is a trademark of Sony 
Corporation.
All other trademarks are trademarks of 
their respective owners.
LDAC™ and LDAC logo are 
trademarks of Sony Corporation.
“Made for iPod,” and “Made for iPhone” 
mean that an electronic accessory has 
been designed to connect specifically to 
iPod or iPhone, respectively, and has 
been certified by the developer to meet 
Apple performance standards. Apple is 
not responsible for the operation of this 
device or its compliance with safety and 
regulatory standards. Please note that the 
use of this accessory with iPod or iPhone 
may affect wireless performance.
“BRAVIA” logo is a trademark of Sony 
Corporation.
“ClearAudio+” is a trademark of Sony 
Corporation.
“x.v.Color” and “x.v.Color” logo are 
trademarks of Sony Corporation.
Ver. 1.2
HT-RT5
3
NOTES  ON  CHIP  COMPONENT  REPLACEMENT
• 
Never reuse a disconnected chip component.
• 
Notice that the minus side of a tantalum capacitor may be dam-
aged by heat.
SAFETY  CHECK-OUT
After correcting the original service problem, perform the follow-
ing safety check before releasing the set to the customer:
Check the antenna terminals, metal trim, “metallized” knobs, 
screws, and all other exposed metal parts for AC leakage.
Check leakage as described below.
LEAKAGE  TEST
The AC leakage from any exposed metal part to earth ground and 
from all exposed metal parts to any exposed metal part having a 
return to chassis, must not exceed 0.5 mA (500 microamperes.). 
Leakage current can be measured by any one of three methods.
1.  A commercial leakage tester, such as the Simpson 229 or RCA 
WT-540A. Follow the manufacturers’ instructions to use these 
instruments.
2.  A battery-operated AC milliammeter. The Data Precision 245 
digital multimeter is suitable for this job.
3.  Measuring the voltage drop across a resistor by means of a 
VOM or battery-operated AC voltmeter. The “limit” indication 
is 0.75 V, so analog meters must have an accurate low-voltage 
scale. The Simpson 250 and Sanwa SH-63Trd are examples 
of a passive VOM that is suitable. Nearly all battery operated 
digital multimeters that have a 2 V AC range are suitable. (See 
Fig. A)
1.5 k
Ω
0.15 
μF
AC
voltmeter
(0.75 V)
To Exposed Metal
Parts on Set
Earth Ground
Fig. A.  Using an AC voltmeter to check AC leakage.
SAFETY-RELATED  COMPONENT  WARNING!
COMPONENTS  IDENTIFIED  BY  MARK  
0  OR  DOTTED  LINE  
WITH  MARK  
0  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  PUBLISHED  BY  SONY.
ATTENTION  AU  COMPOSANT  AYANT  RAPPORT  
À  LA  SÉCURITÉ!
LES  COMPOSANTS  IDENTIFIÉS  PAR  UNE  MARQUE  
0  SUR  
LES  DIAGRAMMES  SCHÉMATIQUES  ET  LA  LISTE  DES  
PIÈCES  SONT  CRITIQUES  POUR  LA  SÉCURITÉ  DE  FONC-
TIONNEMENT.  NE  REMPLACER  CES  COMPOSANTS  QUE  
PAR  DES  PIÈCES  SONY  DONT  LES  NUMÉROS  SONT  DON-
NÉS  DANS  CE  MANUEL  OU  DANS  LES  SUPPLÉMENTS  
PUBLIÉS  PAR  SONY.
1. 
SERVICING  NOTES 
 .............................................  
4
2. DISASSEMBLY
2-1. Disassembly 
Flow 
...........................................................   9
2-2.  Top Panel Block-1...........................................................   10
2-3.  Top Panel Block-2...........................................................   11
2-4.  Connection Cable with Speaker (L-ch) (SPC1) ..............   12
2-5.  Connection Cable with 
Speaker (R-ch, Center) (SPC2)-1 ...................................   13
2-6.  Connection Cable with 
Speaker (R-ch, Center) (SPC2)-2 ...................................   14
2-7.  Woofer (60 mm) (L-ch, R-ch, Center) (SP2, SP4, SP5), 
Tweeter (19 mm) (L-ch, R-ch) (SP1, SP3)  ....................   15
2-8.  NFC Module (NFC1) ......................................................   16
2-9.  Holder (FL-MZ) Assy, FL Board ....................................   17
2-10. KEY Board ......................................................................   18
2-11.  MB-1414 Board Block ....................................................   19
2-12. MB-1414 Board ..............................................................   20
2-13.  Power Cord (AC1) ..........................................................   21
2-14.  USB-WSCHUKEI Board, RF Modulator (RF1) ............   22
2-15.  Card WLAN/BT Combo (WIFI1)...................................   23
2-16. BAR-AMP Board ............................................................   24
2-17.  Switching Regulator (SWR1) .........................................   25
2-18.  Flexible Flat Cable (24P) (FFC2)-1 ................................   26
2-19.  Flexible Flat Cable (24P) (FFC2)-2 ................................   27
3. 
TEST  MODE 
 ............................................................   28
4. TROUBLESHOOTING 
 ..........................................   36
5. DIAGRAMS
5-1.   Block Diagram - HDMI Section - ...................................   39
5-2.   Block Diagram - MEMORY/MAIN Section - ................   40
5-3.   Block Diagram - AMP Section - .....................................   41
5-4.   Block Diagram 
- PANEL/POWER SUPPLY Section - ............................   42
5-5.   Printed Wiring Boards - MAIN Section (1/2) - ..............   44
5-6.   Printed Wiring Board - MAIN Section (2/2) - ................   45
5-7.   Printed Wiring Board - BAR-AMP Board -....................   46
5-8.   Schematic Diagram - AMP Section - ..............................   47
5-9.   Printed Wiring Board - USB-WSCHUKEI Board - .......   48
5-10.  Schematic Diagram - USB/WIRELESS Section - ..........   49
5-11.  Printed Wiring Board - FL Board - .................................   50
5-12.  Schematic Diagram - PANEL Section - ..........................   51
6. 
EXPLODED  VIEWS
6-1. Overall 
Section 
...............................................................  53
6-2.  Top Panel Section ...........................................................   54
6-3.  Bottom Panel Section-1 ..................................................   55
6-4.  Bottom Panel Section-2 ..................................................   56
6-5.  BAR-AMP Board Section ...............................................   57
6-6.  MB-1414 Board Section .................................................   58
7. 
ELECTRICAL  PARTS  LIST 
 ..............................   59
Accessories are given in the last of the electrical parts list.
TABLE  OF  CONTENTS
Ver. 1.2
HT-RT5
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SECTION  1
SERVICING  NOTES
UNLEADED  SOLDER
Boards requiring use of unleaded solder are printed with the lead-
free mark (LF) indicating the solder contains no lead.
(Caution:  Some printed circuit boards may not come printed with 
the lead free mark due to their particular size)
 : LEAD  FREE  MARK
Unleaded solder has the following characteristics.
•  Unleaded solder melts at a temperature about 40 °C higher 
than ordinary solder.
 
Ordinary soldering irons can be used but the iron tip has to be 
applied to the solder joint for a slightly longer time.
 
Soldering irons using a temperature regulator should be set to 
about 350 °C.
Caution: The printed pattern (copper foil) may peel away if 
the heated tip is applied for too long, so be careful!
• Strong 
viscosity
 
Unleaded solder is more viscous (sticky, less prone to fl ow) 
than ordinary solder so use caution not to let solder bridges 
occur such as on IC pins, etc.
• 
Usable with ordinary solder
 
It is best to use only unleaded solder but unleaded solder may 
also be added to ordinary solder.
NOTE  OF  PERFORMING  THE  OPERATION  CHECK  IN  
THE  STATE  THAT  HEAT  SINK  WAS  REMOVED
When performing the operation check in the state that this unit was 
disassembled, it is possible to perform the operation check in the 
state that heat sink was removed. But don’t perform the operation 
check in the long time, and perform the operation check in the 
volume state as low as possible.
CAPACITOR  ELECTRICAL  DISCHARGE  PROCESSING 
When checking the board, for the electric shock prevention, con-
nect the resistors to both ends of capacitors to discharge the capaci-
tor as shown in the fi gure below.
– SWITCHING REGULATOR (3L408W) 
(Conductor Side) –
800 
:/2 W
(for C201)
800 
:/2 W
(for C207)
DESTINATION  ABBREVIATIONS
The following abbreviations for model destinations are used in this 
service manual.
• Abbreviations
 AR  : 
Argentina 
model
 AUS : 
Australian 
model
  CH 
: Chinese model
  CND  : Canadian model
  E3 
: African model (Except for Kenyan, Tanzania, Nigerian)
 EA3  : 
 
Saudi Arabia, UAE, Kuwait, Iraqi, Kenyan, Tanzanian and 
Nigerian models
  LA 
: Latin American model (Except for Brazilian, Argentina)
  SP 
: Singapore model
The SERVICING NOTES contains important information for servicing. Be sure to read this section before repairing the unit.
MODEL  IDENTIFICATION
Distinguish by Part No. and Destination code on the bottom side 
of a main unit.
– Bottom view –
MODEL NUMBER LABEL
Part No.
Destination code
Part No.
Destination code
EA3
Except EA3
Destination
Part No.
Destination code
US, CND
4-570-318-0[]
UC2
AEP
4-570-319-0[]
CEL
UK
4-570-326-0[]
CEK
AUS
4-572-570-0[]
AU1
EA3
4-572-571-0[]
EA3
E3
4-572-573-0[]
E3
SP
4-572-574-0[]
SP1
LA
4-572-575-0[]
LA9
CH
4-572-576-0[]
CN4
AR
4-572-577-0[]
AR2
ADVANCE  PREPARATION  WHEN  CONFIRMING  OP-
ERATION
All of the units included in the HT-RT5 (SA-RT5/SA-WRT5/SA-
SLRT5/SA-SRRT5/Remote control) are required to confi rming 
operation of SA-RT5. Check in advance that you have all of the 
units.
NOTE  OF  REPAIRING  THE  KEY  BOARD
When KEY board installed by this unit are defective, replace the 
complete mounted board.
The mounted parts cannot replace with single.
NOTE  OF  REPAIRING  THE  MB-1414  BOARD
When MB-1414 board installed by this unit are defective, replace 
the complete mounted board.
The mounted parts cannot replace with single.
Block diagram and printed wiring board that have been described 
on this service manual are for reference.
Schematic diagram have not described.
Ver. 1.2
HT-RT5
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NOTE  OF  REPLACING  THE  IC6001  AND  IC6004  ON  
THE  BAR-AMP  BOARD  OR  THE  BAR-AMP  BOARD
When IC6001 and IC6004 on the BAR-AMP board or complete 
BAR-AMP board are replaced, it is necessary to spread the com-
pound between the BAR-AMP board and the heat sink.
Spread the compound referring to the fi gure below.
– BAR-AMP Board (Component Side) –
IC6001
IC6004
compound
NOTE  OF  REPLACING  THE  MB-1414  BOARD  OR  
CARD  WLAN/BT  COMBO
When the MB-1414 board or card WLAN/BT combo is replaced, 
you must perform the following item.
When replacing the MB-1414 board:
•  NETWORK INFORMATION WRITING AND CHECKING 
OF NETWORK/NFC OPERATION (refer to this page)
• 
NOTICE OF MAC ADDRESS CHANGE TO CUSTOMERS 
(refer to page 7)
•  NOTES ON THE WIRELESS CONNECTION (LINK) AF-
TER REPAIRS ARE COMPLETE (refer to page 7)
When replacing the card WLAN/BT combo:
•  NETWORK INFORMATION WRITING AND CHECKING 
OF NETWORK/NFC OPERATION (refer to this page)
• 
NOTICE OF MAC ADDRESS CHANGE TO CUSTOMERS 
(refer to page 7)
NETWORK  INFORMATION  WRITING  AND  CHECKING  
OF  NETWORK/NFC  OPERATION
When the MB-1414 board or card WLAN/BT combo are replaced, 
execute the below BD service mode, and check the operation of 
wireless/wired LAN and NFC.
1.  Network information writing
Procedure:
1.  Connect this unit with TV monitor.
2.  Press the [
@
/1
] button to turn the power on.
3.  Press button in order of the [
x
] → [DISPLAY] → [
X
] → [
V] 
on the remote commander.
 
(Make the interval when each button is pressed within one sec-
ond)
4.  Enter the BD service mode. The OSD menu on TV monitor 
can be operated by remote commander.
5. Press the [
v] button on the remote commander to select 
“Diag”, and press the [ ] button on the remote commander.
6. Press 
the 
[
b] button on the remote commander to select “Wire-
less LAN Test”. (Screen 1)
7.  Press the [
v] button on the remote commander to select “[5] 
Write P2P address to Registry”.
8.  Press the [ ] button on the remote commander, wait until the 
display show “Status: Write Successful!” (Screen 2).
9.  Press the [BACK] button on the remote commander to return 
to category select screen, and press the [
b] button on the re-
mote commander to select “Bluetooth Device Test”. (Screen 3)
10. Press the [ ] button on the remote commander to select “(1) 
Bluetooth Enable”.
11. Press the [ ] button on the remote commander, wait until the 
display show “Status: Bluetooth Enable Successful!” (Screen 
4).
12. Press the [
v] button on the remote commander to select “(3) 
Write Bluetooth device address to Registry”.
13. Press the [ ] button on the remote commander, wait until the 
display show “Status: Write Successful!” (Screen 5).
14. Press the [
@
/1
] button to turn the power off.
 Diag
 Diag
Category:            Wireless LAN Test
[2] Connect to AccessPoint
[3] Start Display RSSI Value 
[4] Start Ping Test
P2P device address: ee:0e:c4:18:43:d1
HELP: [UP] [DOWN] [ENT] [RET]
Status: Write Successful! 
(Screen 1)
(Screen 2)
Category:            
Wireless LAN Test
 
[1] Show WLAN HwInfo
(Screen 5)
Status: Write Successful! 
Diag
Category:            Bluetooth Device Test
(2) Bluetooth Disable
(3) Write Bluetooth device address to Registry 
(4) Bluetooth Inquiry Test 
Bluetooth Device address: EC:0E:C4:18:43:D2
HELP: [UP] [DOWN] [ENT] [RET]
(1) Bluetooth Enable
[5] Write P2P address to Registry
[6] P2P Registry Check
 Diag
 Diag
Category:            Bluetooth Device Test
(2) Bluetooth Disable
(3) Write Bluetooth device address to Registry 
(4) Bluetooth Inquiry Test 
HELP: [UP] [DOWN] [ENT] [RET]
(Screen 3)
(Screen 4)
Category:            
Bluetooth Device Test
 
(1) Bluetooth Enable
Status: Bluetooth Enable Successful! 
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6
2. Checking method of wireless LAN operation
Necessary Equipment:
• 
Access point supporting WPS
Procedure:
1.  Connect this unit with TV monitor.
2.  Press the [
@
/1
] button to turn the power on.
3.  Press the [HOME] button on the remote commander, display 
the home screen.
4.  Press the [
V]/[v] buttons on the remote commander to select 
the “Setup”, and press the [ ] button on the remote command-
er.
5.  Press the [
V]/[v] buttons on the remote commander to select 
the “Network Settings”, and press the [ ] button on the remote 
commander.
6.  Press the [
V]/[v] buttons on the remote commander to select 
the “Internet Settings”, and press the [ ] button on the remote 
commander.
7.  Press the [
V]/[v] buttons on the remote commander to select 
the “Wireless Setup(built-in)”, and press the [
b] button on the 
remote commander.
8.  Press the [
V]/[v] buttons on the remote commander to select 
the “Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS)”, and press the [
b] button 
on the remote commander.
9.  The “Start” screen is display, and press the [WPS] key on the 
access point.
10. Press the [
b] button on the remote commander, setup is start.
11. The message “Next, check the network connection” is dis-
played, and when wireless LAN connection is completed, 
“Wireless Connection: OK” and “Internet Access: OK” is dis-
played.
Note: Refer to the instruction manual about details of the setting method.
3. Checking method of wired LAN operation
Necessary Equipment:
• Router
• 
Network LAN cable
Procedure:
1.  Connect this unit with TV monitor.
2.  Connect the unit to the router with the network LAN cable.
3.  Press the [
@
/1
] button to turn the power on.
4.  Press the [HOME] button on the remote commander, display 
the home screen.
5.  Press the [
V]/[v] buttons on the remote commander to select 
the “Setup”, and press the [ ] button on the remote command-
er.
6.  Press the [
V]/[v] buttons on the remote commander to select 
the “Network Settings”, and press the [ ] button on the remote 
commander.
7.  Press the [
V]/[v] buttons on the remote commander to select 
the “Internet Settings”, and press the [ ] button on the remote 
commander.
8.  Press the [
V]/[v] buttons on the remote commander to select 
the “Wired Setup”, and press the [
b] button on the remote 
commander.
9.  Press the [
V]/[v] buttons on the remote commander to select 
the “Auto”, and press the [
b] button on the remote command-
er.
10. The “The network will be confi gured with the following set-
tings” screen is display, and press the [
b] button on the remote 
commander.
11. Press the [
V]/[v] buttons on the remote commander to select 
the “Save & Connect”, and press the [ ] button on the remote 
commander.
12.  When wired LAN connection is completed, “Physical Connec-
tion: OK” and “Internet Access: OK” is displayed.
Note: Refer to the instruction manual about details of the setting method.
4. Checking method of NFC operation
Necessary Equipment:
Smartphones, tablets, or music players with the NFC function 
built-in
(OS: Android™ 2.3.3 or later, excluding Android 3.x)
Procedure:
1.  Press the [
@
/1
] button to turn the power on.
2.  Touch the N mark of the Bar Speaker with the Bluetooth de-
vice.
– Front view –
Bluetooth indicator (blue)
3.  Make sure that the indicator (blue) of the Bar Speaker lights 
up. (This indicates that a connection has been established)
4.  Start playback of an audio source on the Bluetooth device.
Note: After checking of NFC operation, be sure to delete the pairing infor-
mation before returning this unit to the customer.
5. Factory initialize
It returns all settings to the initial state of factory shipment.
Note 1: Disconnect the following connections when you use this mode.
 
   
 USB
 
   
 LAN
 
   
 HDMI IN 1
 
   
 HDMI IN 2
 
   
 HDMI IN 3
Note 2: The operation in this mode must use a remote commander and TV 
monitor.
Procedure:
1.  Connect this unit with TV monitor.
2.  Press the [
?/1
] button to turn the power on. 
3.  Press the [HOME] button on the remote commander, and the 
home menu is displayed.
4.  Press the [
V]/[v] buttons on the remote commander to select 
the “Setup”, and press the [ ] button on the remote command-
er.
5.  Press the [
V]/[v] buttons on the remote commander to select 
the “Resetting”, and press the [ ] button on the remote com-
mander.
Setup
Resetting
Easy Network Settings
Easy Setup
Input Skip Setting
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7
6.  Select “Reset to Factory Default Settings”, and press the [
button on the remote commander.
Setup
Reset to Factory Default Settings
Restor each setting to the factory setting.
Initialize Personal Information
7. Press 
the 
[
V]/[v] buttons on the remote commander to select 
the “All Settings”, and press the [ ] button on the remote com-
mander.
Reset to Factory Default Settings
Audio Settings
Bluetooth Settings
System Settings
Input Skip Settings
Network Settings
All Settings
8. Press 
the 
[
B]/[b] buttons on the remote commander to select 
the “Start”, and press the [ ] button on the remote commander.
All Settings
Restore all settings to the factory default
settings. The system will turn off after
reset.
Start
Cancel
9.  Turn the power off automatically, and initialization ends.
NOTICE  OF  MAC  ADDRESS  CHANGE  TO  CUSTOM-
ERS
When the complete MB-1414 board or card WLAN/BT combo is 
replaced, the MAC address has been changed.
Print the following explanations, and pass it to the customer with 
the repaired unit when you return the customer repaired unit.
Note of the MAC address change:
The MAC address of this unit was changed along with this repair.
Please set it again if you are using the MAC address fi ltering function 
of access point device of connection destination.
MAC address can be confi rmed from the settings menu screen of this 
unit. Please refer to the “Settings and Adjustment” of Operating In-
structions for details.
NOTES  ON  THE  WIRELESS  CONNECTION (LINK)  AF-
TER   REPAIRS  ARE  COMPLETE
When the following replacing repair is performed, the link of the 
Bar speaker (SA-RT5), Subwoofer (SA-WRT5) and Surround 
speaker (SA-SLRT5/SRRT5) is cut.
Return the Bar speaker (SA-RT5), Subwoofer (SA-WRT5) and 
Surround speaker (SA-SLRT5/SRRT5) to the customer after per-
forming the link according to the following procedure.
Parts in which the LINK will be disconnected due to replacement:
• 
Complete MB-1414 board
Link method:
When you turn on the Bar speaker (SA-RT5), Subwoofer (SA-
WRT5) and Surround speaker (SA-SLRT5/SRRT5), and then au-
tomatically link.
If do not automatically link, there is a possibility that the customer 
is perform the secure link. In that case, perform the following pro-
cedure.
Procedure of secure link:
1
Select [Wireless Sound Connection] 
in [System 
Settings].
2
Select [Secure Link].
3
Select [On].
4
Press SECURE LINK on the rear of 
the subwoofer and the surround 
speakers until the indicator turns 
orange.
Proceed to the next step within a few 
minutes.
5
Select [Start].
To return to the previous display, 
select [Cancel].
6
After the message [Secure Link 
setting is complete.] appears, press 
.
If the message [Cannot set Secure 
Link.] appears, follow the on-screen 
instructions.
Note: If customer had perform a secure link, only the Bar speaker is 
brought in for repair and the complete MB-1414 board is replaced, 
be sure to inform the customer when returning the repaired products 
that the customer must secure link again the Bar speaker, Subwoofer 
and Surround speaker.
 
  (Indicate that the secure link procedure is described in the operating 
instructions)
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8
BOND  FIXATION  OF  ELECTRIC  PARTS
When the following parts are replaced, fi x the parts by using the 
bond (SC608Z2) (Refer to the fi gure below).
Target parts:
• 
Switching regulator (3L408W)
– SWITCHING REGULATOR (3L408W)
(Component Side) –
C408
C408
C461
C402
L401
L101
C105
L102
C201
C207
C102
C103
C215
C204
C101
NR101
“PRTCT,”  “PUSH”  AND  “POWER”  FLASH  ALTER-
NATELY  IN  THE  FRONT  PANEL  DISPLAY
Press 
 (on/standby) to turn off the system. After the indicator 
disappears, disconnect the AC power cord (mains lead) and make 
sure nothing is obstructing the ventilation holes of the system.
HT-RT5
9
SECTION  2
DISASSEMBLY
• 
This set can be disassembled in the order shown below.
2-1.  DISASSEMBLY  FLOW
SET
2-2.  TOP PANEL BLOCK-1
 (Page 
10)
2-3.  TOP PANEL BLOCK-2
 (Page 
11)
2-4.  CONNECTION CABLE WITH SPEAKER 
 (L-CH) 
(SPC1)
 (Page 
12)
2-5.  CONNECTION CABLE WITH SPEAKER 
 
(R-CH, CENTER) (SPC2)-1
 (Page 
13)
2-6.  CONNECTION CABLE WITH SPEAKER 
 
(R-CH, CENTER) (SPC2)-2
 (Page 
14)
2-7.  WOOFER (60 mm) (L-CH, R-CH, CENTER) (SP2, SP4, SP5),
 
TWEETER (19 mm) (L-CH, R-CH) (SP1, SP3)
 (Page 
15)
2-8.  NFC MODULE (NFC1)
 (Page 
16)
2-9.  HOLDER (FL-MZ) ASSY, FL BOARD
 (Page 
17)
2-10. KEY BOARD
 (Page 
18)
2-13. POWER CORD (AC1)
 (Page 
21)
2-14. USB-WSCHUKEI BOARD, 
 
RF MODULATOR (RF1)
 (Page 
22)
2-15. CARD WLAN/BT COMBO (WIFI1)
 (Page 
23)
2-16. BAR-AMP BOARD
 (Page 
24)
2-17. SWITCHING REGULATOR (SWR1)
 (Page 
25)
2-18. FLEXIBLE FLAT CABLE (24P) (FFC2)-1
 (Page 
26)
2-19. FLEXIBLE FLAT CABLE (24P) (FFC2)-2
 (Page 
27)
2-11.  MB-1414 BOARD BLOCK
 (Page 
19)
2-12. MB-1414 BOARD
 (Page 
20)
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10
Note: Follow the disassembly procedure in the numerical order given.
2-2.  TOP  PANEL  BLOCK-1
• 
Continued on 2-3 (page 11).
2 Remove the top panel 
 
block in the direction 
 
of the arrow.
– Rear bottom view –
– Front view –
3 flexible flat cable 
 
(18 core) (FFC3)
 (CN3006)
4 front panel cushion
1 eight screws
 (3.5 
u 10)
five screws
five screws
four screws
1 eleven screws
 (3.5 
u 10)
1 five screws
 (3.5 
u 10)
Note 1: There is no need to remove the following screws when remove the rear cabinet.
Note 2: Please spread a sheet under a 
 
unit not to injure top panel.
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flexible flat cable 
(18 core) (FFC3)
connector
(CN3006)
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below side.
front
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