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After struggling for an hour with instructions in the User Manual and online Support, here's how I was able to pair my Monitor Bluetooth Headphones with a second source:

1) Turn off Bluetooth on the existing/first source.
2) Power off Monitor headphones.
3) Press and hold the Power button for ~10 seconds (in other words, keep holding after the initial "power on" tone) until you hear a second tone.  The LED on the headphone will blink with a sapphire color.
4) Discover the Monitor headphones on the second source and connect.

I love my headphones, but the User Manual and on-line help are deficient on this topic.

asked 10 Dec 2020 at 10:55 AM

Nelson Kersey
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The sound that a headphone, connected with the code100, produces does not include the effects that are placed in sent and return. That is really strange. 

Music played with a phone or tablet that is connected with Bluetooth does go through the effects in the sent and return loop. Really strange again in my opinion.

I would like to know  why it is wired this way and I would be really happy with a solution for at least the headphones!

Kind regards!

asked 03 Nov 2020 at 08:47 PM

Ed de Bakker (1)
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Can I use bluetooth headphones with ampli Code 50 to play guitar and listening it? I have bluetooth headphones but don't works...

asked 02 May 2020 at 10:10 AM

Marco Brini
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Hi there,

I hope my english will be understandable. :)

I bought the Marshall Major II Bluetooth headphones almost two years ago and they were doing well and I was happy with them. Now there's a problem with the controll knob on the backside. So I mailed the support service and got excellent help from them. I mailed some photos and conformation that I really have bought them. Now they want me to totally destroy them by cutting cables and snapping them in half before they can send new ones. I find this quite an unusual procedure and want to know if this is normal and if anyone had made similar expierienced and if this is trustworthy. 

Thanks for your help

Greetings from Germany

 

asked 23 May 2019 at 05:19 PM

Miles Müller
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Hi guys,

I've bought to my girlfriend for Christmas wireless headphones Marshall Major II Bluetooth. I can not connect them by bluetooth with any PC (Windows 10). Any of my PC's with Win 10 and BT technology won't see these headphones, although my android smartphone will see them. Is there any trick how to connect those headphones to PC? Is it even possible? I'm not talking about connection via a cable of course.

Thx for answer!

 

L.

asked 26 Dec 2017 at 09:02 AM

Lukas V. (1)
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Does anyone know if you can connect Bluetooth headphones before I go buy a pair 

asked 30 Dec 2016 at 08:57 AM

sid Featherstone
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