I bought a Code 50 today and I'm very pleased with it apart from one thing – I downloaded the Gateway app (1.2.7) for my iPhone 6 running the latest version of iOS (9.3.3) and no matter what I try, I can't get the app to connect to the amp. The amp is set up in bluetooth pairing mode, I've hit the "scan for amps button" on the app so many times my finger is about to fall off! I've restarted the phone numerous times, restarted the amp, you name it. It won't find it. Any advice appreciated!
I was wondering if the Code amps were at all compatible with regular pedals and not just the Code footswitch. If anyboy has experience on this, please help or give me some advice.
100 presets is more than the avaerage human brain can handle, 5 +/- 2 is the old adage. The Gateway app when active and syncing with the amp displays "Tap to sync" after the first few preset entries. So you can't efficiently scroll through the presets. Is there a preset listing anywhere on the Marshall Website a customer can print out?
In a future release of the ios app the presets managed by group such as a catagory/folder entry would be nice, e.g. Metal, Clean, Rock, etc ...
Can you explain a simply way how to download presets to Code amp and updates (automaticly?) What those symbols like phone, Code amp with cross over mean? Is really so that Safari does not support downloads, updates?
When will Marshall post a downloadable list of presets and settings for the CODE Series amps. It would make initial preset comparison, selection and change notation much easier.
Also, why are there are no "blank presets" available on the amp so that one does not need to overwrite a stock preset? Is it assumed that saving can be done to a tablet or phone?
Just got my Marshall CODE 25, and the iPhone 6 will not find the amp on the gateway app or on the regular bluetooth settings. Any reason why?
Can someone explain how to use the 'looper' preset on a code série amp ?
i can't see any way to stop recording the loop.
Thanks a lot !
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!
just got the amp home
spent an hour trying to connect to an iphone 6s...it will not connect
what is the fault...it appears I am not the only one struggling to connect an iphone
I have the CODE 50. My problem is with the master volume knob. When I set it to ~ 0-0.9 it is very low, but once it gets to ~1.1 it gets immediatelly too loud and there is no way to achieve something in between. Controling the master volume is a real problem cos I can not get a normal (not too loud) volume. You can make the increments between 0-2 a bit more slowly increasing to allow better management of the master volume.
Another thing is the playback volume on both the Gateway app and the line in. When using the Gateway app I have to lower the volume (1-3) and increase the master to a lot more just to balance the backing track and the guitar. I have tried my phone via line-in, my laptop and even connecting it to the output of my Creative SBX. The only thing that works is cranking the volume pass 100% on the PC player if it is supported to get it to be loud enough to play along.
I bought it yesterday and in the store it worked fine but then I turned it off and on again it will not connect I tried everything even deleted the app and it still not connect
"make sure code vo... turned on and in the range "
please I need help
I'm excited to buy a new solid state CODE 50 or 100 as my main gig/practice/recording amp. Before I do, can someone please explain if the included Gateway software can actually record new songs onto my windows pc via the USB port, and can it save the song as an mp3 or wav file, which I can later import into my DAW software to edit?
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.
A number of months ago Marshall responded on this Forum that a simple up/down footswitch would be available Early 2017 for use with the Code 50 Amp, which I own. I noted that a recent firmware update included files for this pedal and also note that a "PEDL-91010" 2 way Footswitch is "included" with the 100 watt versions of the Code Series Amps. What about us Legacy Users?? When/Where can I purchase a 2-way pedal, and what is the price? Thank you!!
i seem to remember seeing a previous question where someone asked if you could use an acoustic with the code. The reply from the tech team was it was disigned for use with electric only my question is has anybody out there used it with an acoustic and if so does it sound any good.
Where can I download the Code 50 owners manual so I can get more from my amp?
I'm curious to hear about anybody experimenting with removing the back on their Code to see what it sounds like.
I'm not a big fan of the closed back sound, especially on small combos. I've noticed my Code vibrates like crazy even on low volumes and I swear I can feel air puffing out of the headphone and/or pedal jacks. The speaker seems stifled closed inside that little box like it can't move or "breath". I'm wondering if that is causing the boomy vibrating noises this amp likes to make.
I did find one forum where someone mentioned taking the back off their 50 and they were amazed at how much it opened up the sound and it removed some of the feedback these amps seem prone to. I'm a little worried about voiding the warranty on the amp, but am real curious about what it would sound like if I made a 1/3 back like a standard combo or something along those lines.
Hi. How to get firmware update v1.41? Checking in the browser not show any updates, Marshall firmware update utility show 5 updates to v1.41, but after updating on the screen of the AMP appears v1.11 and checking in browser proposes update firmware to v1.3
Does anyone know if you can connect Bluetooth headphones before I go buy a pair
Hi, Does anyone find out how to bypass all presets in code 50 and use as a normal amplier? i just wanted not to use the presets and use my analog pedals.