I want to change the MIDI-Channel from Channel #1 to Channel #16 on my JVM 215c.
Like in the manual described, I switched off the JVM, pressed and hold the MIDI-programm-switch and switched on the JVM. But when I release the MIDI-programm-switch, the LED did not start to flash and the amplifier did not detect any MIDI-message. From now on the amplifier detected no MIDI-message. Also not the MIDI-program-change-commands on Channel #1!
I had to do a factory reset and (of course) all MIDI-Presets were erased and the amplifier works again on MIDI-channel #1!
Do you know, which mistake I made?
Is there any other reset to do?
Is there any chance to solve this problem?
Thank you very much for your help!
I'm not too familiar with impendances and I'm trying to add a monitor speaker to my amp. As mentioned in the title, I'm using Marshall DSL40C combo, and in order to send my signal to my drummer on gigs I need to connect it to an active speaker (Behringer B12D - 8ohms). Currently I have stock speaker in the amp (70/80, 16ohms) but I'm thinking of replacing it with something different.
My question is - what would be the optimal combination (ohm wise) that would work without any danger to the amp? Can I put in the amp 8ohm speaker (amp speaker) in the first 8ohm output and the Behringer monitor on the other, or do I have to use 16ohm speaker (and what output is better to put it in) with the active monitor (changing the monitor is not an option unfortunately)?
Hope I didn't complicate the question too much!
I want to know how to install a firmware update in a code 50 amp? Please list the setting i need to put my amp in for this update?
I bought a marshall code & the thng just stops working all the time. It does not loose all power, it just looses sound. I have to switch the power on & off for it to work again. Its getting worse & worse. I am about to smash this thing.
Does anyone know of a place to get guitar backing tracks -like Karaoke doesn't have the voice tracks, I'd like it without the lead guitar.
Thanks in advance.
I've been recording on garageband and other softwares for a long time already!
However, I've bought this (crappy) amp to record via USB on these DVAs I'm used to work with. SO, aparently, after questioning people who uses the same amp, and here on the forum, NOBODY could explain the real reason why this "amp" won't work for recording via usb!
The TWO computers I use (macbook and PC - windows7) reconize the amp, however NO SOUND AT ALL are recorded!
I am familiar with LINE 6 products and I use them a lot. No problem at all with this gear! But MARSHALL, the most famous brand of amps on the world, releases an amp promising to do something they aparently are not able to!
Lame amp! recently bought and, hopefully, recently SOLD! Waste of my time and money!
Hello, i have a lot of problems for connecting with the CODE 25 via a Samsung smartphone, a while ago it worked fine. But the last couple of days the bluetooth is killing me.
So i already tried what i read on this forum,
Re install Gateway, delete the Code 25 from the bluetooth and try again. When i put bleutooth on , i see the device on my smartphone, but it don't want to connect and on the screen of the CODE it says Bleutooth : VO............
It always say: Error, can not communicate with CODE VO.............
Can somebody help my please?
Is anybody aware of the timing for the release of the PEDL-91016?
I want to be able to use an overdrive pedal, and is that best accomplished with a clean tone/no presets?
I found an old Marshall 2236B cabinet that has 4 greenbacks and a big red horn. (one with name celestion and 3 of them are rola celestions).
All elements 16 ohm.
The grill cloth is basket.. light brown.. and this cab has had a small marshall logo on the center.. fastened with 5 pins.
I can only find a date stamp on the celestion (without taking them loose).. it says December 1970.
Cabinets serial is 30274
Could you please tell me how many were made and how rare this is? I guess these were made between 1970-1974? Right?
Any idea of todays value? All elements working perfectly and casters missing.. you have any casters left for these? =D
Vellu Harkonen Finland
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.
I wanted to update my new Marshall Code25. I ran the website in Chrome and plugged the amp. It found updates, so I clicked the 'Update' button. The installation has begun and now it seem to be frozen... I have information: "Installing firmware - please wait.. Restarting in bootloader mode... ", but I'm actually waiting for like 4 hours.
I'm afraid that the software may corrupt if I turn off the amp or unplug the cable.
I’ve recently purchased a code 50 and I’m fairly happy with it but not 100%.
I do have a issue with the delicate volume control, which has been raised by a few people on here - but I can live with that.
My main problem is some notes sound real muffled when I kick in any thing over a clean present. I seem to be loosing clarity on a distorted chord especially the low end and even more so around the 12th fret. This is made even worse when using the bridge pickup.
So a power chord on the 12 sounds ok when picked but as a chord, by the strike of the D string there’s hardly anything there.
I’ve tried the speaker and headphones but all feel the same. I playing a Gibson SG straight in with no other effects.
Does any one have any suggestions?
I’ll try and put up some recording, as I don’t have any other guitars or amps to compare against.
Hello, just purchased this amp, play almost everyday and love it. When I first got it (playing for hours) I noticed there was a crackling/scratchy... almost like a loose connection sound from the amp, I played around with the cord and it didnt happen again until tonight, about 2 months later. This time it didnt just go away so here are my observations:
I was on full power, maybe 2 on volum, on the clean channle with gain. It seemed fine on e, B, G but on D is where it happened, didnt matter what fret and it seemed to do it on the A and E as well but not as much, I switched channels it did the same, I went into standby and switched cables, same thing, I plugged the guitar in another amp and the issue did not happen, I plugged the guitar back in to the marshal, the crackle was still there. I turned the amp off, put it in half power, turned it back on and no crackle. I turned the amp off, did a few things around the house. came back, put the amp back to 40W, turn it on and it is fine.
Thinking it happens if it gets warm? I have never had a tube amp... so im not sure what signs to look for with regards to a tube going bad... I'm not sure if originally leaving it at 40W and restarting it if it would have been fine. I will try and recreate and see what happens. Any thoughts?
The foot switch made no difference. I'll move it to another room tonight. I have included a recording if anyone wants to hear it. In the recording you here the noise, I hit the B string 3rd fret... and it goes away, i then hit the D string 12 fret and you hear it come back.
On Christmas of 2016 I was bestowed upon the mightiest of gifts. And I have enjoyed every second from that first pairing to yesterday's low battery hum.
I've arrived home from work and went to charge the headphones. To my surprise in the morning when I went to unplug them they weren't showin' off the silver/white light indicating they've charged. I tried to turn them on and they wouldn't. I then went on to again plug them in and the red light indicator showed up that they're charging. I left for work and when I got back the light was off again.
I unplugged them, tried them on and still nada.
Since then I've been trying different USB cables which work just fine on other devices and I got nothing. When I put in the 3,5 jack it plays beautifully, but I kinda need the bluetooth part for work, so I was wondering if anyone ever got that problem.
I've googled and googled and the only conclucion I've come to is that I need to have them repaired from the shop that my wife bought them from for me.
Unfortunately that would mean at least a month without them and I'm trying to discover any other possibilities before turning to that one.
Cheers in advance if anyone reads this.
You're my only hope, guys and gals, I guess.
Hi, I’m having trouble getting sound from my Marshall Code 50 amp to record on Audacity.
I am running a new, working USB B cable from my Marshall Code 50 to a Dell Latitude 7280 running Windows 10. The computer is able to detect the amp USB input, and I am using the ‘CODE 50 digtal interface’ as my default recording device on both my soundcard and Audacity, however there is no sound output coming from the amp shown on Audacity , when I try to record (sound is produced from the amp’s speakers, however Audacity is not showing or recording any sound output). I am sure that the connection is working and the amp/ computer is not faulty, as I am able to download tone presets from the MyMarshall preset page. I have tried restarting both my laptop and amp multiple times, using different cables, using different USB ports, AND have the newest 1.41 CODE software, newest Audacity software, and newest version of my Intel HD sound drivers, but to no effect. I am on the verge of going insane from this as I have being trying for over 10 hours, and have had no results. This has worked for me previously, as I last recorded to Audacity with all the same settings about a month ago, however it’s simply not working anymore. I need to get it fixed ASAP, as I am due to record tomorrow, so any help would be greatly appreciated.
bonjour je me présente christopher , je viens d'acheter un marshall code 50 et je voudrais savoir si quelqu'un peux m'aider car je veux enregistrer le son de mon ampli pour pouvoir mettre mes enregistrements sur une clé usb par la suite et écouter si quelqu'un peux m'aider ce serais cool merci(christopher)
I am a great fan of Stanmore. Just Love the sound ( balanced for all kinds of music and the best when compared to speakers of this kind) but I have seen lots of negative reviews of Stanmore not working after a year or so and week bluetooth on Amazon and Apple users.
I want to buy this system but troubled with bad reviews. Have you identified the issue and how do Marshall resolve it on speakers dying down after the warranty expires.
I am in Bangalore, India and would want the system to work at least 4 years to be a value for money.
I find my Code 25 amp too loud at practice levels (at least for my apartment) so I have to set the Master Volume between 0.1-0.9 and in that range the Master Volume varies greatly which makes almost impossible to adjust it at the same value twice.
It will be nice if the Master knob could also be set via software so it can be saved/stored and also displayed in the amp's front panel screen, since it is very common to move the amp from one room to another and accidentally change the Master setting without knowing at what level it was previously set.
Coud be possible to add this option in a future firmware/app update?
Thanks in advance!
got an origin 20 combo, trying to use headphones on di out. What am I doing wrong? Got speaker working but no sound in headphones.
I take it first thing is unplug speaker??? Then what, do I need to change the power setting or something?
hanging off till I hear more.