Good evening I bought a pair of Major II model headphones, no bluetooth, if I connect them to the pc no problem, but just plug them into an mp3 player you hear a low sound, kind of out of phase and to try to improve the situation I have to keep Pressed the remote control key.
Do you think it's normal? Thank you for your response
Does anyone know if you can connect Bluetooth headphones before I go buy a pair
New Gateway 1.4.1. has some problems on my Huawey p8 light . Playback don't works (don't load the song) and sound of my presets in headphones is frequent distorted or noise .
I return to gateway 1.2.6 .
Vittorio Penza - Avellino - Italy -
I was using the usb connection to record on Audacity. The guitar I was using was a Fender Strat with noiseless pups. I found that the signal stregth was really low and the only way I could get a decent recorded signal was to turn up the master volume to an unbearable level and was close to getting a stern talking to from my better half. I then tried the same process but used some headphones and this sorted the level issue so it recorded a strong signal. There was still a bit of crackle on the recording but much improved from the last firmware release.
I then recorded some acoustic guitar without headphones. This was a martin DRs1 with a stock fishman pup. Signal strength was really good and the quality was great. No hum or hiss or crackle.
Great to hear others experiences.
Hi, just bought a Code 25, I'm happy with the unit to a degree, but I have one niggling dought that I may have a faulty unit, it seems to be more noticable on certain guitars, when playing my Tokai strat, on the Bluesbreaker presets( 41,42,43), I get a horrible harch distortion ( as though its overloading the preamp, but ony around the 5 and 7th fret of the G and B strings) this also occours with headphones, if I back off the volume on the guitar it does reduce the distortion. Has anyone else noticed this?
So I got these Marshall Monitor headphones from apple over in boston last august and they were working just fine until two months ago when one of the sides of the headphones when out and would not produce sound, so I put the headphone jack in the other ear and it was fine, but then it happened again with the other ear.
I was just wondering if Marshall can fix this problem or if anyone else has had the same problem with these head phones.