I have an old Valvestate VS100R (Combo). I am looking to add an ext. cabinet to it 4x12'' (or 2x12'' at least).
Want can be the best model ?
Do I can connect the amp speaker (1x12'') and a cabinet ?
I'm getting some alerts about my Marshall speaker reaching out to 220.127.116.11. Any idea what this address is used for? I also see a lot of vulnerabilities reported against this speaker from bitdefender.
Hi Marshall Team, I have just bought a Stanmore 2 which I have been able to link to my mobile phone which is a Samsung Galaxy A71.
However I have found it impossible to pair my Apple iPod Touch (6th Gen) unit. When I try to start and play the music in the IOS player it merely plays via the iPod speakers not via the Stanmore. I have tried forgetting the device, manually restarting, resetting network settings, putting Bluetooth off and on and other probable corrective scenarios.
I would appreciate any help you can provide as don't know what to do next.
If there is no solution I will have no option other than to return the speaker to the shop.
My device has stopped turning on. I decided to fix the device. When I opened it, I discovered that the PCB is not like the boards of other devices that can be found on the Internet and in videos about disassembling the speaker. In addition, the PCB labeled "Stockwell" was not in the assembly at all.
Has anyone met devices with such PCB before? Is there a schematic diagram of the device or this board? What are these U11 and U12 chips on the board "JY-SPK-V7.0"?
Sample from youtube disassembly guide:
Hi, I'd want to know if disconnecting the speaker on a 20w Origin head would activate the standby (so this won't damage the amp) even if then I go through the send to an audio interface and not returning to the amp through the return or anything else (and so NOT using the di out). In fact I would like to use my favorite cab+microphone+power amp simulator and then connect it to the interface and listen with my headphones on and I think it would be impossibile and harmful to the sound to add another cabinet simulation to the already-present One in the di out (right?) and so I would exit from the send.
2 another simple questions:
could i do this with a combo, too? In that case, how do I disconnect the speaker?
The last one: if I exit from the send, I'll take the preamp signal, right? And if I exit from the di out will I have the preamp signal (with the cab simulation) or will it just be the guitar signal with the cab simulation only (I assume I won't anyway have the power amp too)?
Sorry for my bad english and for the ignorance😅
How do I record using the emulated out on my DSL1? Do I disconect the speaker when using this or will the speaker cut out when I plug in the emulated out?
I just bought a MG30FX amplifier about 2/3 weeks ago and recently developed a speaker buzz/rattle, what can be done about this?
I bought my first Marshall Amp December 2020 but mainly using it at low volume since I live in an apartment and don't want to upset my neighbors.
Recently I cranked the Ultra Gain to 12 o'clock position, Volume 12 o'clock - and started hearing a noise - like a static noice that you hear on old TV. As you increase the volume or gain the noise gets louder too. Clean Channel is quiet even at max gain or volume.
Is this normal? I used to watch lots you tune review of this amp, and I don't think hearing this on the demo (considering they have mic infront of the speaker).
Any information you can share is appreciated.
I am having trouble confirming if a speaker must be connected in order to use the D.I out on my Marshall 2525h. The manual only contains one sentence of information which doesn't provide enough clarification considering this can destroy an amplifier if misunderstood.
Would I have to connect my 2525h to a 1x12 cab (via 1x8 ohm connection) in order to use the D.I output? This signal from DI would be sent to a Two-notes C.A.B.M for Impulse response, before going straight into the audio interface?
I just purchased a woburn 2 bluetooth speaker. Every 10 mins while listening to music it gives a stupid tone interupting my music.Please can anyone tell me why does that happen?
can I use my JTM60 speaker with a Marshall Origin 20H Head?
Also, my JTM60 has suffered some damage when my nephew tried to power on the amplifier, she cranked everything up but didn't succed, when I got home I didn't noticed it was all cranked up and powered it, it blew tubes and some more, I had it repaired but it didn't get back to the same sound as before... I'd like to have it checked by qualified personnel, can you indicate someone in Italy, please?
Thanks a lot,
i would like to use my code 25 as a speaker for singing. What would be a good setting for this please ? Thx !
Hello, could you please avise if I can pair & copule 2 different speaker models? (Woburn and Stanmore II)
Thanks in advance and regards,
I have a Marshall acton multi-room speaker, it has wifi and Bluetooth, but when I connect to my fire stick 4k, the sound delays for like 2-3 sec. So I tried to create a home theater via the Alexa app, but it can't find the speaker. Does anyone have a solution? I searched on google but found nothing.
What is the sensitivity rating of the Marshall heritage g12 speaker (in dB)?
Hi. I've just purchased a Stanmore speaker. Great sound and no problem connecting to mobile phone but when I try to connect to my laptop I have a notice saying 0% speaker power. Bluetooth is enabled and computer is paired with speaker but cannot listen to Netflix.
I purchased a Marshall Kilburn II speaker and had to return it because of the standby mode. The speaker turns off if not used for 10 minutes "to save battery charge" according to the manual, but it does so even when it is connected to the power source with a power cord. I basically had to approach the speaker and manually push the Bluetooth button to wake it up. I already contacted Marshall Support and they responded that it's not possible to disable standby mode in the Kilburn II. I can't imagine a more annoying thing and can't even figure out why it was necessary to ruin an otherwise perfect speaker with this "feature". Why wouldn't you make it switchable and give users a choice whether to use it or not? Would it be possible at least to disable standby mode at an authorized service center?
I've a very similar question to one that has already been asked.
Is it safe to use the headphone/line out without any speakers connected to the rear on a MG100HDFX head?
Also, when I do use the speakers, do I have to use both speaker outputs at the rear or is using just one ok?
One more thing, is it safe to use my faulty G80R CD as a speaker cab with my MG1000HDFX, I'll be using nothing like full power, just having fun in my room?
Thank you in advance,
So, my CODE 25's speaker doesn't work. The rest of the electronics turn on and work fine. I know it's getting signal because the tuner works. No issues with the display.
But there's no sound either from the speaker or the headphone jack. So, the signal isn't getting anywhere other than into the input port and as far as the top circuit board, I assume.
I note in the picture below that I took that the red and black wires aren't connected to anything on the board to the right. There also appears to be two empty connections. I wonder if they need to go on there and if I can safely do so myself. Any help appreciated.
Also, yes, the transformer isn't secured to anything. I found two loose screws inside that I assume are meant to secure it to the side of the cabinet.