The new Stockwell 2 seems to come with an auto-standby mode, meaning it shuts off after between 5 min and 20 min (seems to be different from a phone versus a laptop?) even if the connection via bluetooth or jack-in is stable. Although the sound is nice for the size, the speaker is barely useful in settings where sound is not played all the time.
Team Marshall, can you please provide an option to define a custom time (let's say 2h) or completely disable the auto-standby mode either by a Firmware update ob by integrating the Stockwell 2 into the Marshall app? Thanks.
I dont know why you removed the feature of turning off the standby mode. It was a terrible decision. We need smart devices and not dumb ones. You really expect me to press a button on the speaker every time I use it after 20 minutes? Please update the app and firmware so we can enable turning off this stupid feature.
Hello, is it possible to check the battery level on osX for Monitor II?
Does anyone know if the non-Marshall pre-amps ('50s British, OD American, CR American, and CL American) on the Code are modeled after specific amps? I'm currently thinking '50s British is probably based off of the Vox AC30, OD American off of a Mesa/Boogie, and either CR American or CL American would be based off of a Fender, though I'm not sure what the other would be. Let me know if you know for sure what they are. Thank you!
In a new firmware We need more efects: uni-vibe indispensable,fuzz, efects modulations ,delays,reverb out in stereo please.
Thank you team Marshall
I know GATEWAY is available for iOS. How is iPadOS?
Does it work on iPadOS without problem?
You need to get someone to fix the Bluetooth capabilities with this product line, like, yesterday. I updated the firmware yesterday, which was extremely difficult to do in the first place, uninstalled / reinstalled the Gateway app today, and still cannot connect to the amp except via my phone's native Bluetooth options to use it as a speaker. I am running ios 13.3.1.
I've scoured your web site, I've watched your videos, I've been all over Google and Youtube, and I am nowhere. In addition, I'm legitimately concerned by other reviews that the amp is simply not going to sound as good given I've updated the firmware. Will post again if that's the case.
I will see if I can push new presets to the amp via a hard connection to my PC, but you need to do serious damage control on this product line considering your leading selling point has proven to not work as intended, if at all.
For all you that have issues connecting amp with Gateway app (even though it's connected to your phone already) clear out all of your old bluetooth pairings (headphones, portable speakers, etc..). That worked for me after screwing around for 30 min.
I've been using the Marhsall Monitor bluetooth headphones for about a year and I haven't had any issues using these in rain or during really sweaty sessions at the gym. I'm now looking to upgrade to the Marshall Monitor A.N.C. II. And from the promotion video posted by marshall(https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xMy3OXCXZvk) I see at the 1:17 mark that(what I assume is) the microphones for A.N.C. will be located on the top of the headset.
Will this pose a higher risk for water damage on this headset modell?
See screenshot from promotion video:
Thanks for any type of response.
Can anyone help me with a blues tone for the guitar? i am a litte bit confused about the amps/preamps etc ... (ESP Ltd ec 256 FM)
Also i would like to tell me a lead tone as well...
Thank you in advance
Hi Marshall, I have just purchased a Code 100h and 412 that sounds great, however, I notice that when I play a chord there is a sound coming from the amp after the chord dies down that sounds like a cyclicle click and hissing. I have tried different leads and plugged it in a different socket but still get this consistantly after holding a chord down?
I recently connected my code via usb....went to ACDC preset, downloaded to test it out...I liked it but didnt save it...now when I come back to save it nothing (any preset) will not transfer to my code....It reads CODE connected....Help please!!!
Hi! As the tile says, does Marshall have any plans to make the CODE EDITOR for Mac as well?
I purchased a Marshall Code 100H in April 2019.
It was replaced under warranty last week by the retailer as it had developed a constant electronic beeping sound.
I received the new head and right out the box it was much improved. I decided to get to grips with loading up my presets and patches so began by carrying out the latest firmware update as advised by Marshall, alas, the electronic beeping sound has returned.
It is constant and present with or without a guitar plugged in, elevates with master volume, cannot be fixed with a noise gate, the amp has been plugged in several different venues and the noise persists and it was not auidable before updating to firmware V1.44. Jul 2019.
Is there a means of rolling back the firmware or is there a known fix for this issue, it doesn't seem fair the retailer has to replace another amp which was fine until update was applied. Any advice would be much appreciated.
Hi. I have a question: The Code USB interface is ok only with pc or it work with really usb midi? With usb midi pedal like Midi commander by Meloaudio, for explample, work or not?
if it work only with pc like daw is very very poor choise. next firmware? the orignal PDL 91009 is ok, but it's very very limited.
This is a follow up related to registration. Or, more appropriately, the inability to use the online website to do so. I managed web development and support teams for 35 years. Your answer is to email support...? Have you thought about actually fixing the problem at its source? To ensure your website is accessible and actually works? There have been many questions/issues raised related to this, spanning years. Do you have a development team? I'd be mortified if I were the manager in charge of this website. On the flip side; the amp is great! I love Marshall. Always have. This is just disconcerting. I hope I don't need any "real" support via the web. Something more complex as registration. God forbid. Sigh.
The manual that came with the head says use output 3 when using a single 8 ohm cab.
The online manual on the Marshall website says to use output 2 when using a single 8 ohm cab.
I have plugged a single cab into these both at different times and output 2 seems to have more volume and treble than output 3
I am slightly confused and annoyed as shouldn’t either 8 ohm output sound the same irregardless of which one I plug my single 8 ohm cab into?
I would appreciate some clarification so that I can use the correct 8 ohm output for my speaker cab!
Update to my original post as I have an additional question related to rear speaker outputs.
The third output speaker socket and the revised manual show this as output for 2x16 ohm. (Mine has the modified sticker attached)
Does this mean:
a: that you can plug two 16 ohms speaker cabs which have been set up in parallel into output socket 3 and the power amp sees a total of 8 ohms? .
b: output socket 3 already internally wired in parallel with socket 2 and such you plug one 16 ohm cab into socket 3 and one 16 ohm cab into socket 2, for a total of 8 ohm impedance?
c: Not sure what else could be possible?
Could you please confirm which is the correct approach? Thanks, Ross
Good day. Yesterday I bought Marshall Mode EQ headphones and ran into a problem.
Smartphone ASUS Zenfone 4 max, Android 8.1.0. When the headphone cable is shaken while listening to music, the volume on the smartphone spontaneously decreases. What can you advise?
I would like to know if someone is using code 25 for small performances with a band. Using i.e the headphone as line out to a mixer.
I recently buy a Code 100 head and 4x12 cabinet and I loving it!
But I do have one concern the hum,there is a humming noise coming from the speakers when not played or not plugged in?
When I put the power one the humming is there and when played humming isn´t noticeable.