I just had a confirmation that my Major III can be replaced. The broken part is the little plastic hinge. It should cost some cents.
I expected them to just send me that piece of plastic, since this is the procedure for Major II. (at the beginning they thought I had them, and they would have sent to me the little plastic piece for free even without a proof of purchase.)
Instead, what they asked me is: Completely break the headphones Cut the cable of the headphones. Send a photo proving I did it. And then, they'll send me a completely new Major III.
Please, tell me someone think like me that this is crazy.
Hi. I love my Monitor Bluetooth headphones. Except that someting has been wrong with the control knob for a long time now. Sometimes it takes "forever" to activate bluetooth. Yes it is charged and yes I press the button for five seconds. I have carefully unscrewed and checked that the cables seem to be alright.
Is it a common problem?
Can it be fixed?
Hi Everyone...any help gratefully received !
I have a JTM60 (3x10") combo and I have two specific problems !
1. My amp cuts out as it gets warm and starts to crackle (which I believe is the well known overheating problem)
2. When I turn my spring reverb tank up to full, I get a whistling feedback
Anybody have any advice on these specific issues ?
Many Thanks !
I recently acquired an Origin 50c. I love this amp and am very happy with it. I have been looking for info regarding tube replacement. I have found several places that indicate the Origin 20 is self biasing, but have seen conflicting info on the 50c. Does the 50c need rebiasing when replacing tubes?
All the presets are gone. I think marshall updated their website to a downgrade. Right now I dont have any clue how to download presets to your CODE. Buttons like 'download to amp' isn't working. Code is connected.
I ask to the Marshall team the following questions :
Why is the sound of music through Bluetooth so bad ?
Whay can't we use command of the code 50 to correct : Bass, Middle, Treeble ?
It is really a pity that the difference of quality is huge between the soung of guitare and music !!
I recently purchased a Focusrite Solo to allow recording on my computer from the DSL40CR.
The output from the emulated output is just awful. Sounds muddy, like a blanket is over the speaker, etc.
Doing some googling leads me to believe this is normal for the emulated output. I just don't understand how Marshall can makes products with features that flat out don't work.
Has anyone else had any luck with the emulated output?
I have a DSL15 that is humming a 120 Hz tone, even with all controls down. This tells me the trouble is in the power section. I checked the bias voltage of both 6V6 tubes, and they are there. However, when I checked the voltage across the plate current sensing resistors, one is around 24 mV, and the other is virtually zero. I swapped the tubes, and the voltage values on the resistors went the other way round. It looks I have a bad 6V6 tube, but I'dlike to confirm before I go buying a new one. Any thoughts?
I recently bought a barely used mg102cfx. I had been using the line out with headphones, it was kinda quiet, which was weird, but I let it go. I decided to try and get loud since I had a day home alone and.... nothing. Is this a common issue? I tried different cords, ran a single input with no fx chain, etc. and I couldn't get any sound out of it at all. Any advice? Can it be fixed?
Hi everyone, so I recently purchased a Marshall Code 25 off of a friend and the amp is perfect for what I need; however, every now and then it starts buzzing out of control. I'll turn it on in the morning to start recording and the buzz is so loud, it almost overpowers my guitar sound! I have tried 3 different guitars, acoustic and electric, bought a high-end Ernie Ball cable and even moved house and the buzz is still there! I was able to fix it in the past by updating ad overwriting the firmware and then leaving it unplugged for a few hours to a day and that solution worked for a long time, but now it's buzzing again and nothing I've tried has made any difference. Another thing, its plugged into the same power strip as my PC and monitor, but the power strip I've switched to is a $50 uninterruptible machine of a power strip that looks like a space ship, to no avail. Also, when I turn my amp on, it makes my PC monitor kind of short-circuit and the picture freezes and fragments for a split second and then goes back to normal. I have tried every possible amp setting, and only setting the noise gate to 80% gets rid of it, which is unusable. I have also tried other power outlets and it only works when it's in a separate part of the house. I should also mention that the sound does go away when I turn the preamp button off on the amp, which again, makes the amp unusable. The house I moved to is also relatively newly made and has had various electricians here to sort out any previous power issues in the past few weeks. I'm at my wit's end and I seriously need some help!
I've got an apple music subscription, and my alexa app has been linked to it. Apple music works fine with echo devices, but just not on this speaker.
I just bought a Marshall Stanmore 2 Bluetooth speaker and I want to connect to my phone to play my favorite music. But I do not know exactly where it connects it does not specify the speaker for me. Can anybody help me with this problem.
Thank you very much
Hello, i have been using my marshall cloud presets for a long time now and suddenly few days ago, when i entered my library or to user presets it says "internal server error"; I have my firmware up to date i dont know what coiuld be causing this.
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 recently bought a Marshall CODE25 and I want to connect headphones, but I don't know exactly what impedance the headphones should have because in the amp's tutorial it does not specify what output the headphone connection has.
Hey everyone hope all is well out there, just a quick question about playing songs and jammin along. How do you adjust volume levels sothat everything is nice and even? Thanks and cheers in advance.
I have a Two Notes CAB M and was wondering whether I could use the fx loop send into the CAB M for speaker simulation and then into headphones but effectively mute the speaker by not plugging anything into fx return? I'm thinking the speaker would still be connected and the amp would see the load but have I missed something and will this damage the amp?
I am looking to connect my code 25 to my laptop and hence looking for the correct USB cable type/spec. Should I buy a USB type A or type B?
I would like to purchase a 2525H.......
Since I usually practice at home with earphone, I have 3 questions to ask before I purchase it.
Quesiton 1: Could I connect the 2525H to my boss digital record BR800 through the D.I (at the baskside of 2525H)?
Question 2: Do I need to add a DI Box ? E.g my guitar --> 2525H (through D.I output) --> DI box --> my digital recorder. Adding DI box will make the sound better by changing the signal from unbalance to balance?
Question 3: Could I connect my ear phone directly to the 2525H D.I output?
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