I just received my Marshall code 100 head now I'm trying to figure out what the best 2x12 cab would be to connect it to. I'm leaning toward the orange ppc212 with v30 is in it has anybody tried this?
I've just bought a 2x12 extension cab which is 8ohms. Can I plug it into one of the 8ohm jacks of the DSL40cr and keep the 16ohm internal speaker connected to the 16ohm jack? I'd like to use the three speakers at the same time, is this configuration ok?
The 100w head is not loud enough for me so can i run it into the return of a louder head , this would mean the louder head having the 4x12 connected + the code head would have no speaker connected , now i always thought that solid state amps do not require a load box but the manual says do not leave the speaker un connected , so can i run this way or do i need a load box even tho the amp is solid state ?
So I bought a 2nd hand Marshall Stanmore speaker. Speaker itself works fine over BT but the Source button doesn't work so can't switch from BT to input 1/2/optical. The button clicks and feedback as it should but no function.
I wouldn't mind if it was stuck on input 1 as that how I'll use it.
Any ideas on how to solve?
Guys, I've been doing some research on which one is the better choice between non-portable speakers between Marshall Acton II vs Marshall Stanmore II vs Marshall Woburn II. Yeah, I know all the pros and cons, but I need an advice from the one who has some experience with these. I need some juicy audio guys and budget is a thing, unfortunately. I'm willing to throw whatever it takes to have excellent quality sounds, but if it's not a huge difference between audios (except loudness), I prefer to spend less.
I have a rare JCM800 bass cab from the 1980's model 1553 serial 1729 and was wondering what the standard speakers where in this model. it's currently fitted with the x2 10" Celestion K10-70 cones and one 15" Celestion Sidewinder S15-250.
where could I buy replacements if one of them failed?
hallo Marshall team,
please can you tell me if the DI/Out socket can be used also with headphones?
is it confirmed that once I connected the DI/Out to a mixer PA or a Audio Interface, I can un-plug the speaker cable fro the amp without damages?
I just purchased my new Origin head 20H and I noted a discrepancy between the rear panel speaker TAGS and the electronic manual and photo available on Marshall website. In my amp there is the socket n.2 for a mono 8 ohm connection ans the socket n.3 is labeled with a dotted line to the n.2 for the connection of a pair of cabinet 16 ohm. while in the Marshall web site the sockets n.2 and n.3 are labeled with 8 ohm. Could you Clarify please? thanks.
I have a problem with my new Stockwell II. It plays the Bluetooth connection sound while playing music with my iPad Air, which is only 10 centimeters away.
The intervall between this sounds is not constant, between 30s and 15 minutes. But quite annoying. Music playing is not interrupted.
Any ideas what to do? Maybe a firmware update? (But my windows 8.1 pc doesn't recognize the speaker.)
I own both a Stanmore and a Woburn (recently), and I have never had a single issue with either. I've used the Stanmore literally daily for a few years as my main living room speaker for both streaming and AV-vinyl, and the sound and punch are both absolutely incredible. The price you've quoted sounds like a steal, and if it is in good shape I would internet cafe sweepstakes providers snatch that up. You might get the odd pop when it's turned up which can be startling when it happens, but small price to pay for tubes and quality.
I stream mainly from my laptop, and the only thing you may find is that for some reason mobile streaming from Spotify tends to be underpowered for some reason, although I had a similar issue streaming Spotify from my phone to a proper event hall AV system via aux cord so I wouldn't really fault the Stanmore for that.
Ultimately it is incredible sound and to be honest even my Sonos Play:1s have a hard time competing with a single Stanmore. The Sonos provide slightly crisper sound and the stereo is a clear advantage if that's important to you, but the Marshall sound is warm with deep powerful bass that easily makes up for some of the clarity loss (and I really can't stress enough that unless you're an audiophile and actually sit and compare them in an intense back and forth, you would have a hard time deciding which is better - I actually prefer the Stanmore for certain types of music).
I hope that helps and let me know if you have any questions!
I am experiencing some troubles with the battery of my speaker stockwell that I bought 2 years ago.
I would like to know the contact phone number of the technical service in Valencia (Spain).
For the past few weeks I've been hearing a scratchy sound playing with the background music during certain TV broadcasts (mostly discovery-like channels). It's almost an eery scratchy gieger counter like sound. It's fitting for the programs I'm watching (Strange Evidence, What in the World, Monsters Inside me), so I'm not sure if there is something wrong with my speakers, or if that's the intended sound.
Is there something I can play to test the sound output to know if it's my speakers crackling or not?
I was wondering if the creator of the KASHMIR preset would be interested in also creating the FLANGER part for KASHMIR using all the current preset settings (amp, cabinet, speaker etc) as a complimentary preset for the turnaround section of the song. I believe, from forums, that a preset will switch better (Marshall CODE footswitch) if the preset has the same amp, speaker and or cabinet setting as it takes away the millisecond delay of switching between amps in a particular preset. Look forward to your answer and or creation of said beasty.
How can I update firmware when I don't have USB port on my Marshall speaker
My new Stanmore 2 speaker isn't showing in the devices list on my Macbook Pro.
However, the macbook recognize my TV and my phone. Also there is no problem to connect my speaker with my phone (Huawei P20).
Please help !!
I know that turning a "TUBE" amp on without a speaker load on the output will damage the amp.
(the no-load condition will cause the output voltage to increase until the output tubes burn out, which can then lead to other component damage)
Is this also true for a CODE 100 amp? Is there a risk of damage to the output section, with turning the unit on without a speaker cab load connected?
Would it be safe to operate the amp with just headphones connected instead of a speaker cab?
Would it be safe to operate the amp without either a speaker cab or headphones connected?
I ask because my computer (which is a desktop) is in a different location in my house than my amp.
Doing firmware updates or testing out patches requires either moving my computer or my amp, both of which are very inconvenient.
It would be much easier if all I had to move was the head.
do I need to have a speaker connected to thecode 100 if I am using headphones?
Having issues with a clients amp, seems that after a retube that i did, he was playing and after about 30 min, it gradually started losing sound and then cut sound completely. I did the re-tube myself, and biased it properly and i was able to play it for about 40 min with absolutely no issues. List of troubleshooting steps i have done:
tried a different speaker cable
tried a different guitar cabinet
tried a different guitar and guitar cable
tried the old tubes, additionally bought a 12ax7 and tested each pre-amp tube
tried a different power source
Have tried different power tubes
have checked and replaced the fuses
Now this is what i am THINKING is the problem, I think it might be something with either the heater curcuit fuse, or i think it's called a BRT1 Rectifier? I did alot of research and it seems that the people having MY issue, explain the same symptoms of what i am having.
Now i have to make this clear, I AM NOT A PROFESSIONAL TECH, just a guy helping bands out with tech stuff that they don't know how to do. So any help is appreciated.
I bought the Marshall Class 5 combo about a year ago, and while I think that the concept is fantastic, the actual product isn't. Unfortunately, I think the stock combo sounds rather terrible. Plugged into my 4x12 cab with Neo Creambacks, the sound is vastly improved, though, so I'm thinking about getting a 1x12 cabinet to go with the combo for smaller rehearsals and gigs. Now, the Neo Creambacks eliminate some of the fizzy, harsh and unpleasant frequencies from the combo at higher volume settings, but I'm hoping to get rid of them completely. I'm currently thinking about one of the following two speakers: the Celestion V-type (this would be my first choice) or the Eminence Governor (which people compare to the V30, but with less of the harshness). In your opinion(s), which one would best achieve the sound I'm looking for? xvideos xnxx xxx