I get no guitar through the headphones. What must I do to get the audio from my guitar to the headphones? I would like to use this as a line signal to another amp.
I do get audio out from my phone to the headphones when Bluetooth is connected. When Bluetooth is connected, whatever is playing on the phone will be heard through the headphones. So, I know the headphones AND the headphone jack both work.
The headphone output on my Code 100 head is extremely quiet, requiring me to crank the volume on the amp to hear the signal at all in the phones. The phones are new and work fine in every other application I've used. Could I be missing something?
Hi, I bought Major II on Amazon and some users complained that the ones that come in are often not original. So I would like to ask you, if on the basis of these photos we can deduce the originality of the product (with a code on the label). Thank you ;)
i'd like to buy the right headphone to use with my code50, do you know the exit impedence from the headphone output mini jack?
Hi, I need a little help, I'm a newbie on this...
I know my code 50 doesn't have a "line out" but it features a headphone out, can I conncet the amp to a Yamaha mixer? I want to control my guitar volume with the mixer, plus a mic and an acoustic guitar.
If that is possible, how should I set the master volume, the preset volume and the gain in my marshall?
I have a Code 100... it has worked great for the last year. The last couple of gigs not so much. When I turn it on...I get no sound. I get sound through the headphone jacks, but nothing through the speakers. Then, out of nowhere it starts working...??
Very frustrating....any input would be great!
Will Marshall provide a way to increase the headphone volume as is very low against all other devices we use such as iPhones, PC DAWS etc, so makes it very difficult to practice without disturbing the household and neighbours...
I need to buy headphones for work, and to practice guitar at home.
For work I need bluetooth headphones, but for guitar practice, I need wired.
I've already had problems with my Sennheiser wireless headphones, so I want to make sure thse are compatable with the code 50 amp.
Can someone confirm that the major II headset will work with the code 50 amp using the 3.5m mini jack cable that comes with the headset?
I just recently purchased a Marshall Code 25 and when i tried to use headphones(all 3 of them, of extremely good quality and every day use) the sound is terrible.
What might be the problem, and are any of the marshall headphones good for that amp? Does the Code need some kind of specific headphones?
Has anyone tried using the code 50 with wireless headphones?
I have a pair of seinheiser 120ii, and I just get this weird "feedback" sound when I plug them in.
The headphones work fine on all my other devices, but not with this amp.
I tried 2 other sets of wired headphones, and they seem to work fine with the amp.
Is this a known problem, and is there something I can do to fix it?
It's already the second code 50 I get and I can still hear some sizzle feedback noise when I got my headphones plugged in (and actually it continues even when I plug them out with the speaker of the amp)
Is there any way to get rid of them?
I need a real solution and answer as to what's wrong with my code100 amp head! Is there any solution to not hearing sound clear thru headphones..... otherwise I'm sending this back and will try another Code 100 head but if the second amp does not work then I have wasted 1 whole year waiting for this amp and it Still is not resolved..... Marshalls reputation is at stake!!!!!!! Please help me
My code-100 code head sounds awesome with 4x12 cabinet for live sound.......... But living in small quarters I need headphones to work properly..... not happening.. when I plug in headphones I lose sound .........any suggestions ? I shouldn't have to crank up Master volume and Gain and volume knobs to max just to get a muddled sound!!!!! Thanks for you help
Someone could help me with some doubts that I have ... I had never connected my hearing aids to my code 50, last night I decided to try some solos playing the tracks of my cel from the gateway player to play the guitar along with the solos of the tracks ... But when I connected and listened to my headphones, the track of my cel played in the code50 sounded perfect on both channels of the headset, however my guitar when it was sounded, it was only heard in the right channel of my hearing aid. ..is this normal? the guitar only sounds on the right channel? or should it also sound on both channels? Is it strange that the track if it is heard and sounds perfect in both channels while I play the guitar and that my guitar is only heard in the right channel?
I appreciate Someone can give me some help, idea or suggestion.
Atte. René Enilver Martz.
What kind of headphone is most recommended to use marshall code 25 as a study implementer?
Does anyone know if you can connect Bluetooth headphones before I go buy a pair
I was using the usb connection to record on Audacity. The guitar I was using was a Fender Strat with noiseless pups. I found that the signal stregth was really low and the only way I could get a decent recorded signal was to turn up the master volume to an unbearable level and was close to getting a stern talking to from my better half. I then tried the same process but used some headphones and this sorted the level issue so it recorded a strong signal. There was still a bit of crackle on the recording but much improved from the last firmware release.
I then recorded some acoustic guitar without headphones. This was a martin DRs1 with a stock fishman pup. Signal strength was really good and the quality was great. No hum or hiss or crackle.
Great to hear others experiences.
Hi, just bought a Code 25, I'm happy with the unit to a degree, but I have one niggling dought that I may have a faulty unit, it seems to be more noticable on certain guitars, when playing my Tokai strat, on the Bluesbreaker presets( 41,42,43), I get a horrible harch distortion ( as though its overloading the preamp, but ony around the 5 and 7th fret of the G and B strings) this also occours with headphones, if I back off the volume on the guitar it does reduce the distortion. Has anyone else noticed this?