My nephew recieved a Stanmore II bluetooth speaker for Christmas and he's having problems with adjusting volume with his phone on bluetooth. Most of the time, he will turn the volume up or down on his phone, but the speaker volume doesnt change. Sometimes though, it does work. Late at night he will put a song on and have to run across the room to turn the speaker down because it will wake everyone up and the phone adjustment won't work. Any help is appreciated. Thank you.
This is killing me! total dealbreaker. If I can't find a solution I'll return this speaker which I love everything else about it.
It goes to auto-standby if it's unused for 20 mins regardless of bluetooth use or sound coming from RCA jack. But whenever I play something next time, I have to touch the knobs to wake it up manually. I put the speaker in my bookshelf which my plan is to not need to touch it in every use.
I want it to not go stanby mode ever. Is it possible? I couldn't find any answer in the manual, in the forum or in any other place. Sent a support inquiry as well, but I'm curious if anyone else is having same issue.
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.)
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 !!
My buddies and I were at a lakehouse a few weeks ago and one of my friends had this speaker. I was blown away at how clean and crisp it was as far as the bass and the sound quality overall. I'm aware that this has to be plugged into an outlet in order to play, correct? Also, the other thing that I'm making sure of is that it's specifically the "stanmore" speaker that I'm looking at? Is that the correct one that is a plugin and has a hell of a lot of sounds to it? I'm looking at getting the all black or the normal black one.
When I just play the guitar I get sound from both sides of my headphones. When I use the bluetooth or use the mp3 in jack and play a backing track it cuts out the right side headphone.
When I play with no hedphones it sounds fine thru the speaker.
Is this normal or do I need to change the settings on the output from my phone or something?
Actually I'm totaly not interested in bluetooth connection, but of course I understand that it might be an essential prolem for some people...
But there are some other problems I'd like you to find good solution for.
1. Master volume. From 0 to 10% there is almost no sound, over 10% it becomes very loud.
2. Decreasing sound level with Volume pot results in decreasing USB signal level - not acceptable for players using USB output for recording in DAW software. It would be nice if for clean preamp gain at 2 and volume at 3 give recording level about -6 dB, now it is about -36 dB...
Best regards, Jacek.
P.S. What is a frequency range of CODE 25 speaker?
I listen to music through wifi/spotify on my Marshall Acton. The past few weeks I notice occasionally that it will turn on and play randomly. This sometimes happens very early or late at night at very loud volumes to the point where I've had to unplug the speaker when I'm asleep. I've now debugged the issue to an unknown bluetooth device connecting. I can see it is some kind of DESKTOP device (which I don't own); I see it pop up occasionally on the ios app as connected.
It must be a neighbor in my apartment complex either doing this on accident or pranking me (doesn't really matter). But I can't seem to stop it. I don't use bluetooth and have never connected to the speaker via bluetooth. Can I disable bluetooth or somehow reset it to stop the unknown device from connecting? I love the speaker otherwise but it's a huge hassle to have this issue.
I'm new in the marshall world and don't have any experience in speakers but I recently have bought a Marshall Acton Bluetooth, but the speaker when turned on and no sound have a static noise (like zzzzzz something like that) and even when I put some sound the noise continues but I only can detect if I put my ear in the speaker.
It's that normal? I'm asking because I have the speaker connected with my Amazon Echo Dot and I want that they stay always on and I don't want that static noise...
I've been enjoying my Marshall Stanmore Bluetooth Speaker for 5 years and it has suddenly stopped working properly a few weeks ago. When turned on, the red power light is coming on but there is no sound coming out, either when pairing via the Bluetooth connection or the Input source using the audio cable. I can hear a very low buzz sound which stay at the same volume level (even when turning the volume up). The speaker connects to Bluetooth but I can't get no sound out of it. Have tried with my Mackbook Pro and iPhone. I also have a Marshall Acton speaker which works perfectly. Any idea what's wrong with the Stanmore? Thanks.
I am facing the problem where when I select the bluetooth mode of my stanmore speaker the song plays but no sound comes out from the speaker. While its works perfectly with AUX cable.
kindly suggest , what I should do !! I am based in India (Delhi)
Good day! January 22, 2018, bought the headphones Marshall Major II bluetooth, but at the first listening found 4 minus: 1) When watching a video from the phone via bluetooth, the audio lags behind from 38-41 seconds of viewing by 0.5-1 seconds, and watching the video immediately loses its meaning. 2) From 1 st to 5 stutterings of music occurs in 1 minute of listening. 3) The left speaker plays a little louder than the right speaker or the right one plays more quietly). 4) Earpiece headphone curve in the photo is noticeable. Help please solve the problem, is this a warranty case? In the store you can make an exchange for new ones? I really want to really enjoy the sound of Marshall Major II bluetooth. Sincerely, Mikhail. email@example.com
Without google translator
Доброго времени суток!
22.01.2018 года купил наушники Marshall Major II bluetooth, но при первом прослушивании обнаружил 4 минуса:
1) При просмотре видео с телефона по bluetooth идёт отставание звука с 38-41 секунда просмотра на 0.5-1 секунды, и просмотр видео сразу же теряет смысл.
2) От 1-го до 5 заиканий музыки происходит за 1 минуту прослушивания.
3) Левый динамик играет чуть громче, чем правый или же правый играет тише).
4) Дужка наушников кривая на фото это заметно.
Помогите пожалуйста решить проблему, это является гарантийным случаем? В магазине можно сделать обмен на новые?
Уж очень хочется уж по настоящему наслаждаться звуком Marshall Major II bluetooth.
С Уважением, Михаил.
My Marshall Code 100 Combo Amp is making a ringing noise unless i push the the bluetooth Pair option.. none of the knobs or presets will make it go away. however if i turn the master volume up all the way it will slowly as the master volume goes up make the ringing noise quieter.. is it the speaker for the bluetooth or possibly the speakers in general... i literally just bought it and feel like i wasted my money.
I made this comment in response to another query and thought it would useful as part of the general forum...
Been following the comments about Bluetooth for a couple of weeks since I have been having the same problem. What I discovered is that the problem is not the amp but my phone. For all intents and purposes, the amp is just a dumb device that happens to have a Bluetooth connectivity board or circuit built into it. The primary connection device is the users phone, tablet, whatever that has the Bluetooth application. Anyone using a Bluetooth speaker should know and understand that the speaker has no application, just an ON/OFF switch and a Bluetooth circuit. It's the phone that makes the connection. So in my case, it was the phone that dropped or lost the connection to the amp. There was no way I could reconnect, even after shutting everything down and rebooting. Going through the Gateway app on my phone wouldn't work and the blue light on the amp would blink continually.
What I then tried was turning off my Bluetooth on the phone, reactivating, and getting the app to pair up again to the amp. Problem solved.
It's possible that all the wi-fi items I have in the house and garage are confusing the phone and Bluetooth but I haven't troubleshooted that as yet. I have found a simple work-around that, I agree, is less than ideal but gets me using the amp the way I want. I don't disagree with what users are saying but I also think that not every fault lies with the supplier. Perhaps a reasonable challenge to us users would be... if any musician is a programmer or electrical engineer then offer some assistance. I have yet to find any innovator who can design for every nuance we currently experience in this tech world. Also if anyone has another, better work-around then please submit to this forum.
Presets need to flow easier between the different management areas.
(Reading the following is really only cumbersome, because that's how cumbersome it is to manage CODE.)
Copying one by one between amp and phone is really cumbersome.
How about an option to copy all 100 presets (or sections) between amp and phone? Both ways.
I want my amp to have the same presets as my phone.
(Others can still have the option the way it is laid out, but I don't see how managing amp and phone separately is useful unless someone really needs 200 different presets in one session.)
I like to have my preset sequenced in a way that makes sense. Artists, cleans, crunch, OD, Amps, or new additions squeezed next to existing ones. Others may sequence by set list or bands. If I shuffle presets on the computer/gateway, then the phone syncs this new sequence, and the amp does not match. Gets confusing.
Additionally, if the footswitch is assigned from the amp, then I have to copy new presets from phone to amp and even reassign to footswitch. Too many steps.
"Just use the presets on the phone and forget amp presets" would be an answer, but what about footswitch? and what about dead or forgotten phones?
Easy (automatic?) sync (with on/off for this auto/sync) between phone and amp, would allow everyone to use the amp (and footswitch) without constantly pulling out the phone and pairing to have presets from the phone available. Bluetooth drains batteries.
Btw, any phone sounds come on the speaker when playing because my iphone6 sees the amp as a headphone. So the presets need to be on the amp for any gigs.
Another footswitch suggestion:
A setting or function where the first 30 presets (01-30, without 00) are loaded into the 10 banks on the footswitch automatically? Then I only have to manage my presets within the 100 and everything else is assigned automatically?
I just bought a code 25, downloaded the app and tried to pair my amp to my phone which is a One Plus 3t.
However it doesn't pair like my Bose speaker, it only associates but nothing more, then in the app I can't manage to connect to the amp. Is my phone the problem?
So I just got my Code 25 amp and my guitar will show up in a couple days.
Even though my guitar isn't here yet I thought I would have a little bit of fun with it tonight. One of the features that I really liked about this amp is being able to play music like from your phone through the amp either via Bluetooth or hardwired mini jack. I did this tonight and to my surprise it sounded horrible! I tweaked the settings on the amp and of course it made no difference because those settings would only affect the guitar input. I played the music through the music app on my phone then also through the Marshall Gateway app and got the same results. I thought maybe it was because I was doing it via Bluetooth? But then I hardwired into the amp and it was the exact same issue. I guess there are other ways to listen to music while playing the guitar along with it but I just thought it was a pretty neat feature to have both sound sources coming out of the same speaker but there's no way that's going to happen. Unless I'm doing something wrong?
I am located in South Africa and have just purchased a Marshall Stanmore Pitch Black Bluetooth Speaker yesterday from the Apple iStore online site which should be delivered in the next 3-5 working days. Being a high-end brand with reputable history and having read several good reviews on this product prior to my purchase, I did not verify if there are any concerns raised about this product. Last night however I searched the internet for any customer complaints on this product and was shocked to find many complaints/problems registered regarding Bluetooth becoming unusable and the unit going dead (not powering-up at all) within the first 12 months of purchase. The aforementioned makes me hugely concerned about reliability and quality of this product to the extent that I am considering to cancel my purchase. I know that world-wide there must have been thousands of these units sold since its launch making the listed problems possibly a small percentage. What concerns me is the consistency of the registered/reported problems and that there might be many more of similar nature which have not been listed by unhappy customers.
Can I please ask you to be honest and confirm if there are any inherent problems with this specific product? I would rather refrain from purchasing a Marshall branded product than to later joint the seemingly huge number of unsatisfied customers when it comes to this specific product. I rely on your integrity to be honest with me in urgently replying to my above question to enable cancellation of my purchase.