I have a 2012 DSL40C. If I use a 16 Ohm extenstion cab, can I plug that into one of the 8 OHM outputs, and then move the cord for the internal 16 ohm speaker to the other 8 ohm output, basically turning this into a 12 x 3 speaker configuration? Will the amp be able to power that many speakers?
looking for model of footswitch for JCM2000 DSL
I'm currently looking at getting either the Marshall DSL1H or DSL20H amp head. I know that they both have emulated out's that can be used with headphones, but what I'd like clarified for me is how this would work exactly. I'm not going to be buying a cab for it right away, but would like to be able to still use all the knobs on the amp to sculpt te tones I want and to also control volume levels. Is this something that I can achieve without a cab connected to it? If I need a cab connected to it can I just connect it to a load box?
hi .. anyone can help me to create preset "modern high gain" like jeff loomis,keith merrow sound? is it marshall code can do it???? lets share and learn . thx a lot
hi went to buy a new dsl40cr recently told by salesman no longer avaible.is this true.. if so will there be a new 2019 dsl 40 availble in near future.thanks
Hello , I am new with an all valves amp.
I just received my new DSL5CR and, whatever the distance i am from the amp and the position and the cable used and or the room i am in my house, i still have a lot of hums on the ultra gain channel.
I can’t even reach half the volume without a lot of hum.
I am using a Fender deluxe black strat (mexican) and also an Epiphone Les Paul Standard guitars.
Is it normal?
Will a noise gate pedal fix the problem.
I've just bought brand new DSL 5 CR.
When I switch on the combo for the firts time everything is fine.
Then when I swich off and switch on again I hear three quite loud bang noises. The third bang noise is when the CHANNEL SELECT diode make red or green.
Is it normal or somethings wrong with my combo?
I just recently bought a used Marshall DSL 40CR. It didn’t come with a footswitch. I wanted to know if there are compatible 1 button or 2 button foot switches other than the PEDL-90012 to change the channel. I know there are plenty of footswitches for the older DSL amps. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
I've had a PEDL-91016 footswitch on backorder since August. Can someone provide me the schematic to switch the master volumes? That's all I really want from the switch anyhow.
I'm to the point where this feature was the only reason I bought the amp, and I've not been able to get the footswitch to use it. I do love the tone, but I'm kinda done waiting on it now that I hear it'll be April. This is really my first Marshall purchase, I'm not sure I'll purchase a new product again at this point.
I have a Nov 2017 build, and have had this problem from the beginning...tried to work around it and it is now becoming unusable for me. In short, the amp responds fine when setting things up...but it it becomes inconsistant as the session wears on. Accepts commands and switches one time, then doesn't the next time, etc. I've seen others complaining of this on other forums. and have yet to see any definitive answer.
Is anyone using the PEDL-91016, and if so, does this wotk as advertised? Or is this a DSL midi issue?
does anyone know where i can get a dsl 5 cr schmeatic ? needing for valve cange and justage of bias :)
I have a Marshall DSL 100-watt head purchased in 2016 (so not the newest version), whose channel switching and onboard reverb I would like to operate with a Fractal Audio FX8's relay function. The manual for the FX8 clearly states that its relay function is only to be used on amps with "short-to-sleeve" switching. My questions are, is the Marshall DSL100 head built with short-to-sleeve channel switching? And also, do the channel switching and reverb on/off functions on the amp behave in a latching manner (i.e. the effect remains on as long as the switch is engaged) or an auto-off manner (i.e. the effect is triggered by a momentary connection)?
I'm going to buy a second hand Marshall DSL40C without footswitch. I realized that it is not too easy to find on the market an original footswitch (PEDL-00009). could you please tell me a list of compatible footswitch which can replace PEDL-00009 in case I don't find it?
Hi there. I am not a native but I hope you'll be able to get me right.I have been using Dsl 15c for about 2 years and all of a sudden the amp stoped producing any sound. All controls freeze, footswitch is non responsive. Led’s and tubes are still lit. No pedals in line. I turn power switch off then on and hear sound like a relay click in the background and then sound immediately cuts out. My tech told me the problem is 99% in the microcontroller AT2313 because inside all fuses are still intact. He was able to read the code and fix errors that cut the sound out. However, it did not help because some of microcontroller ports were damaged(most likely it was a factory defect). Is it possible to re-record the code to new microcontroller or maybe there are some other options to consider?
Buenas tardes queridos amigos, acabo de comprar un combo DSl 100H, quiero que me ayuden a ecualizar bien este amplificador. Saludos
I have a marshall dsl 100 head,I have a problem of no sound, the power supply is working fine,all valve tubes are working as well ,so I'm wondering what is the problem.
Hello...I have a marshall dsl 100 and also dsl 40 C amp, need to change power tubes EL34, the ones I bought is JJ with 8 pins only, while the factory set tubes have 9 pin. Is there any issue using either of these?
Hi - my first post - hoping someone can help me.
I have a 1998 DSL100 along with a 1960A and a 1936 cabinet. Typically I use one cab or the other, but I'd like to try using both cabs, but am not sure about matching the impedance.
The DSL head has the 3 outputs - 1 dedicated to 16 ohm and 2 that can do either 4 or 8 ohms along with the 4/8 switch.
The 1960A cab can do either 4 or 16 ohms in mono, or 8 ohms in stereo.
The 1936 cab can do either 8 ohms in mono or 16 ohms in stereo.
It doesn't look to me like I can use both cabs at the same time, but maybe I'm not completely understanding it. Is there a way to hook up both cabs to head??
The right hand input on the 1960A says it's 16 ohm mono or 8 stereo, whereas the 1936 is the opposite and is 8 ohm mono and 16 ohm stereo. Can I go from the 4/8 outputs on the head to the right hand input on both cabs - will this work without causing damage?? If I can, do I set the DSL head to 4 or 8 ohms, and should the switch on the 1960A be mono or stereo?
Thanks - I appreciate your brain power lol!!
I’m certain this question has been asked. I love my Code 50, I have the foot controller as well. Although I love this amp, it was a rookie purchase! I should’ve purchased the DSL 40 as a good pedal platform. ANYWAY, anyone know how to use the Code 50 as a regular amp? I apologize if this question has been asked in the past...
Anyone know what the V and stand for in this Marshall DSL 100H Amp serial number 'V-####-##-####-H' what do the V and H stand for ?