When I plug my headphones into the headphone jack, the amp still plays out of the speaker. Is this supposed to happen? How can I disable this?
There a many questions on this forum about the irritating noise with Code 25 and Code 50. However, it happens via the speaker only, not via the headphone connection. The presets sounds very nice in that situation. Can you explain?
Because of the noise issue I just use the Natural sound and add FX pedal effects. No noise at all. But that is not the way I want to use the Code 25. I want to use the presets.
Hi, Do someone know if the "custom voiced" speakers on a CODE 4x12 8ohm cabinet are the same as in the mg412a cabinet ? The mg cab is loaded with celestion g12-412mg 8ohm speakers that look like celestion rocket 50 but seem to be rated at 30 watts ... because the cab is rated 120w... some AVT cabs are loaded with celestion g12-412avt and some with celestion rocket 50 but AVT cabs are 16ohm (maybe the cause of suffixes change on the g12..) I've browsed the celestion website to find some answer and the only one that had the same magnet is the rocket 50 and is rated to 50 watts... i would like to know what kind of speakers are on the CODE cab and if the mg412a cabinet sounds about the same as the CODE 412 cab with a CODE 100h head ...i don't like the format of the CODE cab...but want to keep all the tone modeling capabilities of the CODE 100w head
purchased a code 100 head and 212 cab from a guy on ebay.. sadly there is a lot of feed coming from the loud speaker output, reading into this, it's been a bit of a problem for you..
Any idea when you lot are back from lockdown, so I can pop in to have it looked at...
Can i use code 100H only with headphones , without the speaker connected?
many thanks in advance
I recently hooke this head unit up to a 2 2x12 cabinet 8ohm and per instructions and at full cranked volume barely hear anything
Any suggestions or tips before persuing it being faulty? speaker cable hook up and checked with another cabinet and still same thing barely any volume .
After about 3 months of very light usage (home use, ~20 hours), my Code 50 developed a harsh noise problem: https://youtu.be/S2cTK8fsfTE. It's on every preset and can be heard via the speaker and when using headphones. I tried using different guitars/cables/power cords/rooms/outlets, reloading firmware, and resetting the presets to factory default; but the noise continues. Anything else I can try before I return it for replacement/warranty work?
A couple questions. I am trying to love this amp--it is compact, seems to have plenty of control, and I like how easily it connects to my computer. The problem I have is similar to others: I do not need a ton of volume and a lot of the sounds seem a bit muddy. I've tried turning the preset volume way down and use Master and this works to an extent.
1) I noticed people talking about putting a Celestion G10 Greenback in it. I'm planning on trying this. I was going to go with 8ohm to save some volume but will the frequency range be a problem? It seems like stock is a full range generic speaker likely so it can be more neutral for amp modeling and for music playback. I do not need to play music through it..... and
2) How bad will this mess up the presets? Am I basically throwing presets out if I change the speaker?
3) Has anyone modified the back of the amp to open it up? I heard some asking about this and not sure if it is worth it.
Thanks, looks like others have been curious but have not heard anyone report in on actually doing this. Love some feedback!!
My Marshall Code 50 has been working very well until recently while im playing the speaker will just cut off out of nowhere. I am trying to see if anyone would know how to help with this problem. Thanks.
I just received my Marshall code 100 head now I'm trying to figure out what the best 2x12 cab would be to connect it to. I'm leaning toward the orange ppc212 with v30 is in it has anybody tried this?
The 100w head is not loud enough for me so can i run it into the return of a louder head , this would mean the louder head having the 4x12 connected + the code head would have no speaker connected , now i always thought that solid state amps do not require a load box but the manual says do not leave the speaker un connected , so can i run this way or do i need a load box even tho the amp is solid state ?
I was wondering if the creator of the KASHMIR preset would be interested in also creating the FLANGER part for KASHMIR using all the current preset settings (amp, cabinet, speaker etc) as a complimentary preset for the turnaround section of the song. I believe, from forums, that a preset will switch better (Marshall CODE footswitch) if the preset has the same amp, speaker and or cabinet setting as it takes away the millisecond delay of switching between amps in a particular preset. Look forward to your answer and or creation of said beasty.
I know that turning a "TUBE" amp on without a speaker load on the output will damage the amp.
(the no-load condition will cause the output voltage to increase until the output tubes burn out, which can then lead to other component damage)
Is this also true for a CODE 100 amp? Is there a risk of damage to the output section, with turning the unit on without a speaker cab load connected?
Would it be safe to operate the amp with just headphones connected instead of a speaker cab?
Would it be safe to operate the amp without either a speaker cab or headphones connected?
I ask because my computer (which is a desktop) is in a different location in my house than my amp.
Doing firmware updates or testing out patches requires either moving my computer or my amp, both of which are very inconvenient.
It would be much easier if all I had to move was the head.
do I need to have a speaker connected to thecode 100 if I am using headphones?
I recide to open my code 50 cabinet. It was not just a simple sound change matter. For me this cabinet is the low point in the project. With this upgrade I believe now th speaker moves freely. Of coarse you have all those open cabinets advantage, more crystallinity, less punch low freequencies, more spacial sound distribution (less directionality)... For me the stage effect was quite positive. Some time ago I was really deciding to kick it out but now I am very satisfied with this little amp.
Is the CODE™412 4x12-inch Angled Electric Guitar Speaker Extension Cabinet discontinued? If so, then why? I did purchased one 2 years ago.
My online dealer no longer has it listed; instead, they have listed, the CODE™212 2x12-inch Angled Electric Guitar Speaker Extension Cabinet ― which I do plan on buying ― however, I still would like to purchase another CODE™412.
I did this binaural test on YouTube and at the same volume, nothing changed volume-wise, the right speaker was quieter than the left. I just got this amp like a week ago and I figured something was off about it. What should I do? Send it back? I got it through amazon and I think the return policy is still available. But I would like another one, just not kinda broken. I can make a video if need be.
This is my amp: Marshall Code 100W 2x12 Digital Combo Amp
So I've been thinking about buying a Celestion F12-X200 speaker for my code 50 and was wondering it this would work. The reason I need to know this is because even though I know you can use an 8ohm speaker on a 4ohm tube amp, I'm not sure about a digital amp. Could anyone tell me if this is possible.