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The output does not switch to earphones only when earphones are plugged. Both speakers and earphones still output sound. Works fine with huge headphones but wonder if theres a way for it to work with earphones/earbuds/headset too. Thanks.

asked 10 Nov 2021 at 07:48 AM

Clarence Muljadi
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Hey, y'all!

 I just bought a used Lead 12 Combo (1987, I believe) which I am loving! but I'm experiencing an issue when listening through headphones which has me very confused.

If the 1/4" stereo TRS plug from the headphones (Shure SRH240) is fully inserted into the "H.P./Line Out" jack on the amp the internal speaker mutes but I only get audio from the right earphone. If I insert the plug only partway into the jack (to the first "detent") which seems to be a very popular suggestion online then I get sound from both left and right sides in the headphones but the internal speaker does not mute.

Any suggestions? And if it's an issue with the jack itself what kind of jack (Cliff? 6 prong? 4 prong? PCB or solder?) should I be looking for?

Any help MUCH appreciated, this is starting to make me crazy...thanks!

edited 22 Aug 2021 at 03:20 PM

Howard Ball

asked 22 Aug 2021 at 03:04 PM

Howard Ball
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I recently purchased a CODE25 to use as a practice amp. It looked like something fun I could play around with.

The first few days it was ok as I was only using some of the factory presets. Trouble started as soon as I edited one or saved an online preset. The sound dissappeared (speaker) and the display got very faint. Restarting the amp made the display ok again but still no speaker sound. I reset the presets (hold down Amp while turning it on) and that seemed to do the trick.

But soon after the sound issue started again. I reset the amp presets, re-installed the firmware, but I only had sound for 2-3 seconds after boot, then nothing.

I have now discovered that if I plug in a headphone (which has sound) and then unplug it, I have speaker sound again. This makes me even more confused. I haven't tested long enough to confirm that this will work over time. 

I see that there is a lot of posts regarding sound issues and requests for a long overdue firmware. But have anyone found out any new tricks to overcome the issues?

I sent an email to Servicedesk last week but haven't recieved a response of any kind.

asked 14 Apr 2021 at 11:00 AM

Bjørn Gamlem
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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 ignorancešŸ˜…

 

edited 11 Jan 2021 at 10:45 AM

Jacopo Gaggia

asked 11 Jan 2021 at 10:17 AM

Jacopo Gaggia
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Hi everyone,

                            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,

                                                 Voxathon.

asked 18 Nov 2020 at 12:55 PM

Vox Athon
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When I plug my headphones into the headphone jack, the amp still plays out of the speaker. Is this supposed to happen? How can I disable this?

asked 01 Jul 2020 at 09:33 AM

Nathaniel Chamron (10)
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Hi. Just verifying. Can I use The Behringer HA400 power headphone amplifier through the DI with the origin head without the cab attached or only into a mixing desk before removing the speaker ?
I’m just looking for best way to use headphones without the speaker attached .

thanks. 

P.s the origin amp is awesome. Love it. 

asked 19 Apr 2020 at 12:41 PM

Johnathan McLam (1)
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Hi Guys,

got an origin 20 combo, trying to use headphones on di out. What am I doing wrong? Got speaker working but no sound in headphones.

I take it first thing is unplug speaker??? Then what, do I need to change the power setting or something?

hanging off till I hear more.

ali

 

 

asked 19 Feb 2020 at 05:51 PM

Alistair James
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Looking to confirm, when using headphones on 5 Watt, you disconnect the speaker correct?  Also, does this need to be in low power only or can it be in normal power for headphone use?

 

asked 29 Oct 2019 at 12:40 AM

tom zenner
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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?

thank you

regards

asked 27 Aug 2019 at 12:48 PM

Roberto ACErob71
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Quite a few people on various forums are concerned about the emulated out of our DSL20H and DSLCR amps. It seems that there is a set level for the emulated line out and headphones which can only be adjusted with either the guitar volume knob of gain channel knob. The channel volume does nothing to the line out/headphones only to the speaker output.

Is this normal behaviour? Where the gain knobs are the only controls on the amp that increases the loudness of headphone/line out. 

asked 28 Oct 2018 at 01:25 AM

Adrian Tysoe (5)
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