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Good day,

I try connect Marshall Acton to my PC with Bluetooth 2.0, but require PIN code. 0000 or 1111 not work.
What is the pin on this speaker?

edited 20 May 2017 at 11:38 AM

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asked 20 May 2017 at 11:37 AM

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hello Marshall Team

sorry but i have a other question!

i want to use the Turner with the Marshall Code Footswitch.

i have the Code 50.

witch buttons on the Pedl i have to push to turn on the Tuner?

maybe i'am blind, but i cant find it, also dont find in the manual...

 

thank you

asked 11 Mar 2017 at 10:01 PM

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Hey all, 

Who has been working on the schematic for the new DSL 1w (2018)?

 

I've got mine open and have started thinking about some tone mods but would love any help with the schematic, part schematic or even a mod list.

I'd be totally happy to hack mine up first if anyone has a mod idea too.

I can read a schematic but I'd completly f%^$ it up if I tried to wrtie it out just via the PCB so if you'd like to help let me know and I'll send the high res pics ( assuming you dont have a 1w yourself).

Also I'd be all ears for some tube advice. I've put a 5751 inplace of one of the 12AX7 and its a bit better to my ears. I'm going to say V2 is the dirt channels V yeah?

So far I love it and i'll be interested to see what Blackstar do next with their future 1w.

 

S.

 

asked 17 Feb 2018 at 12:36 PM

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I researched 1x12 open back vs. closed back vs. ported cabinet guitar cabs. My experiment with my Code 50 amp was to remove the back without unplugging anything so I could here the difference between closed back and completely open back. The amp really came alive with a lot of punch and presence while ridding the boominess that occurs. I removed the power cord socket and cut a square the same size as the speaker. This was an improvement but I liked the complete open back sound better. I then cut the back out more leaving just enough stock to support the existing power cord socket hole and protect the electronics inside the cabinet. I will continue with cosmetics such as painting inside black and/or add a grate for protection. To my ears the amp really came to life open back. I will keep it this way. It is an easy experiment to try without sacrificing anything, just remove the back cover screws and pull the back away. If you hate it you just refasten it and leave it original.

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asked 30 Jun 2018 at 08:32 PM

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Hello, I was recently shipped a DSL40C and there was no owners manual or warranty card. The amp is brand new, in the original packaging. I am bumbed out, because I like to save these items. I know I can probably download one, but I want the original that is supposed to come with the amp. How do I obtain these items? Tommy Scott, 6625 Van Buren Road, Warners, NY 13164.

PS: Great Amp!

asked 08 Aug 2016 at 07:41 PM

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link...https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=294480&per_page=40&page=1

not my work at all, i jut found it and thought it may assist some of you

 

John Petrucci of Dream Theater
1)Clean Channel:
Preamp Mode: Rhythm 1 Yellow
Gain: 6
Treble: 6.5
Middle: 3.5
Bass: 3
Lead 1 Drive: 0
Lead 2 Drive: 0
Master: 5.5
Presence: 8
Dynamic Voice: 7
Power Amps set on Deep And Modern

2)Main Distortion Channel:
Preamp Mode: Lead 1 Red
Gain: 6
Treble: 6
Middle: 6
Bass: 4.5
Lead 1 Drive: 4.5
Lead 2 Drive: 0
Master: 4
Presence: 6.5
Dynamic Voice: 6.5
Power Amps set on Deep And Modern

3)Lead Channel:
Preamp Mode: Lead 2 Yellow (MarkII Lead Sound)
Gain: 7.5
Treble: 4.5
Middle: 4
Bass: 5.5
Lead 1 Drive: 0
Lead 2 Drive: 6.5 Master: 6
Presence: 0
Dynamic Voice: 3

4)EFFECTS CHAIN:
Clean Sound - basic chorus sound
Lead Sound - 602 and 460 millisecond delay with 3 repeats
Crunch - 26 milliseconds delay

Jeff Loomis of Nevermore
Pre Gain- 6-9
Low- 4-7
Mid- 5-7.
High- 5-7
Post Gain- 7-10.
Presence- 5-7

Tom Morello of Audioslave/Rage Against the Machine
Gain - 7
Treble - 10
Mid - 4
Bass - 4
Reverb - 0

Eric Clapton of Eric Clapton
Gain - 7
Teble - 5
Mid - 7
Bass - 7
Presence - 8

Mick Thompson of Slipknot
Gain - 9-10
Treble - 8
Mid - 7
Bass - 8
Reverb - 2
Note tuning of B F B E Gsharp Csharp (low to high)

Jimmy Page of Led Zeppelin
Gain - 4
Treble - 8
Mid - 3
Bass - 7
Reverb - 2

Kurt Cobain of Nirvana
Gain - 7
Treble - 7
Mid - 4
Bass - 3
Reverb - 2

Eddie Van Halen of Van Halen
Gain - 6
Treble - 4
Mid - 3
Bass- 9
Reverb - 4

John Frusciante of Red Hot Chili Peppers
Gain - 4
Treble - 8
Mid - 2
Bass - 6
Reverb - 7

Kirk Hammet of Metallica
Gain - 7
Treble - 7
Mid - 2
Bass - 7
Reverb - 2

Keith Richards of Rolling Stones
Gain - 4.5
Treble - 4.5
Mid - 6.5
Bass - 5.5
Reverb - 1.5
Note use of open G tuning, D G D G B D (low to high)

The Edge of U2
Gain - 1.5
Treble - 7
Mid - 5
Bass - 3
Reverb - 8.5

Brian May of Queen
Gain - 8.5
Treble - 4
Mid - 9
Bass - 5.5
Reverb - 4
Note Brian famously uses old sixpences to pick the strings of his guitar.

Jack White of The White Stripes
Gain - 8
Treble - 7
Mid - 5
Bass - 8
Prescence - 8

Slash of Guns N' Roses
Gain - 6.5
Treble - 4.5
Mid - 7
Bass - 7
Presence ? 8

Justin Hawkins of The Darkness
bass- 6
treble-8
mid-8
gain-7
reverb-5

Dimebag Darrel of Pantera
Gain - 7
Treble - 10
Mid - 4
Bass - 9
Reverb ? 0

Billie Joe Armstrong (newer) of Green Day
Drive - 6
Treble - 10
Mid - 8
Bass - 5
Reverb ? 3

Billie Joe Armstrong (older) of Green Day
Gain:9
Treble:10
Mid:8
Bass:5
Reverb:3

Dave Murray of Iron Maiden
Drive - 7
Treble - 9
Mid - 7
Bass - 4
Reverb - 0
Use your brigde humbucker - I find this tone to be excellent for Maiden - The Trooper, Hallowed especially


Gary Moore of Thin Lizzy
Bass 7
Treble 7
Mids 8-10
Gain 5-7 depends on song
Coutour at 3-4 not so high to suck the mids but not os low to sound crappy
maybe a splash of reverb
Neck pickup

Dave Grohl of Foo Fighters
Distortion:8
Treble:7
Middle:5
Bass:3
Reverb:3 (room)

Joe Walsh of Eagles
Treble: 7
Bass:3
Mid: 4
Master:3
Reverb:2
Presence:3

Angus Young of AC/DC
Gain - 5
Treble - 10
Mid - 10
Bass - 5

Gary Rossington of Lynyrd Skynyrd
Treble - 5
Mid - 10
Bass - 5
Gain - 2-3

Mark Tremonti of Creed/Alter Bridge
Gain:10
Treb.:6
Mid.:3 or 4
Bass:7
Presence:6

Mike McCready of Pearl Jam
Treble: 7
Mid: 7
Low: 5

Daron Malakian of System of a Down
Amp Used: Crate VFX5212
Gain: 8
Treble: 6-7
Mids: 3-5
Bass: 10
Presence: 8
Note the use of Drop D down 1/2 step (Db Ab Db Gb Bb Eb)

Tony Iommi of Black Sabbath
Gain - 7 or 8
Bass - 6
Middle - 6
Treble - 6
Channel - Overdrive

Mick Mars of Motley Crue
Gain - 3
Bass - 2-3
Contour - 2-3
Treble - 10
Channel - Overdrive

Steve Jones of Sex Pistols
Gain- 7
Volume- 10
Treble- 8.5
Middle- 6
Bass- 4

Alex Laiho of Children of Bodom
Treble: 9
Mid: 4
Bass: 7
Gain: 8
Reverb: 4
(on guitar)
Tone: 10
Pickup: Bridge

David Gilmour of Pink Floyd
Bass: 10
Middle: 6.5
Treble: 10
Gain: 1.5
or
Gain-2-3
Treble- 7-8
Mids- 9-10
Bass- 5-6
Reverb- 60-70%

Carlos Santana of Carlos Santana
gain 7
treble 10
mid 6
bass 5
reverb 2

Jerry Cantrell of Alice in Chains
Gain 6-7
Treble 6-7
Mids 5-6
Bass 5-6
Reverb 3

Joe Perry of Aerosmith
Gain: 5.5
Treble: 2
Mid: 7
Bass: 2
Volume: Full (used Fenders in the early days and switched to music Man during the Toys era, now uses a mixture)

Pete Willis of Def Leppard
Gain- 4
Bass-4
Mid- 5
Treble-7
Reverb-4

Billy Gibbons of ZZ Top
Treble: 3
Middle: 10
Bass: 10
Prescense: 10
Gain: about 5 (crunchy type of sound)
Use a Les Paul guitar with not to much output in the pups and select both!

Buckethead of Buckethead
Bass: 5-6
Mids: 5-7
Treble: 7-8
Presence: 6

Boost clean channel with an OD
Tone: 5-6
Volume: 5-8 (have it boost the volume of the amp a little)
Distortion: 0

Randy Rhoads of Ozzy Osbourne
Gain 7
Bass 7
Mids 7
Treble 10
Reverb 0

Stevie Ray Vaughan of Stevie Ray Vaughan
Low 10 (full)
Mid 7.5
High 5

Steve Vai
Clean:
Treble: 8
Mid: 5
Bass: 4

Lead:
Presence: 6
Treble: 6
Mid: 7
Bass: 7
Gain: 8

Kerry King of Slayer
Gain - 9-10
Treble - 10
Mid - 4
Bass - 6-7
Reverb – 3

Opeth
Amp EQ settings:
Mids: 4:30 o' clock
High:10:30 o'clock
Low: 7 (barely above 0)
Presence: 0
Resonance: 8(barely above 0)

Drapery Falls Intro Tone(for Boss GT-6):
Only things that are on are:
-Reverb(set to 75)
-Overdrive/Distortion(Metal>Heavy Metal Preset)
-Overdrive/Distortion Drive and Level set to 100
-Equalizer:
Low EQ +1 dB
Lo-Mid f 500Hz
Lo-Mid Q 2
Lo-Mid EQ +2 dB
Hi-Mid f 4.00 kHz
Hi-Mid Q 2
Hi-Mid EQ +2 dB
High EQ +2 dB
Level +2 dB
-Pedal Assign: Exp Pedal ON, Foot vol min 0
Opeth Distortion:
Only things switched on are:
-Overdrive/Distortion TYPE: Metal>Heavy Metal(type variation)
-Overdrive/Distortion Drive and Level: 100
-Reverb: 25
-Pedal Assign: Exp Pedal ON, Foot vol min 0
-MAKE SURE YOU USE RHYTHM PICKUP FOR THIS DISTORTION

Graham Coxon of Blur
Gain 7
Treble 7
Mid 6
Bass 5
Reverb 0

Rush
Gain - 6
Bass - 8
Mid - 6
Treble – 4

Neil Young
Bass: 5
Middle: 10
Treble: 10
Presence: 10
Gain: 5

Jimi Hendrix of Jimi Hendrix Experience
Gain - 4
Treble - 5
Mid - 5
Bass - 8
Reverb - 5

Joe Satriani
1.) Gain 7
Treble 6
Mid 10
Bass 6
Reverb 1

2.) gain: 7
Treble: 6
Middle: 3
Bass: 6
Reverb: 0 (Distortion)

3.) Gain: 6
Treble: 7
Bass: 9
Mids:0

Wolfmother
Gain: 7
Bass: 6
Mid: 6
Treble: 4
Reverb: 2

Dave Mustaine of Megadeth
Gain 10
Bass 4
Contour 10
Treble 10

Matt Heafy of Trivium
Treble- 8.5
Mid-6.5
Bass-6
Gain-7.5
Reverb-none

Daron Malakian of System Of A Down (newer)
Pre-Amp: 7
Gain: 5
Trebble: 8
Mid:9
Bass: 7.5
Presence: 9

Killswitch Engage
Reverb:4
Bass:6
Mid:6
Treble:4 or 7 depending on song.
Gain:8

Random Speed/Power metal settings:
Gain: 4
Bass: 4
Mid: 8
Treble: 4
Reverb: 3

Gain: 7
Bass: 8
Mid: 3
Treble: 7
Reverb: 3

Hank Marvin of The Shadows
Gain - 2
Treble - 6
Mid - 9
Bass - 9
Reverb - 10

Pete Townshend of The Who
Gain: 5
Treble: 10
Middle: 10
Bass: 10
Reverb: 3

Cradle Of Filth
Gain: 10
Bass: 10
Mids: 1
Treble: 10
Volume: 10

Boston settings
Gain - 5
Treble - 5
Mid - 10
Bass - 3
Reverb - 0

Rammstein
Bass: 9-10
Mids: 4-5
Treble: 9-10
Gain: 10

Phish- Chalkdust torture
Gain:6
Bass:8
Mid:7
treble:4
reverb:3

Dez Cadena of The Misfits
Gain: 9
Bass: 9.5
Mid: 6
Treble: 5
Post gain: 5

Zakk Wylde of Black Label Society
Preamp: 10
Volume: 4-6
Bass: 10
Middle: 4-6
Treble: 4-6
Presence: 2

John Squire of The Stone Roses
Gain 7
Bass 7
Mids 7
Treble 3
Reverb 5

Andy Summers of The Police
Gain 5
Bass 7
Mids 5
Treble 5
Reverb 5

Paul Weller
Gain 7
Bass 10
Mids 10
Treble 10
Reverb 3

Strapping Young Lad
Gain 7
Bass 8
Mids 6
Treble 7
Reverb 0

Darkest Hour
Gain-6
Bass-7-8
Middle-7
Treble-5
Presence-7

Allan Holdswoth
Gain: 2 o'clock
Treble: 2 o'clock
Middle: 2 o'clock
Bass: 0
Presence: 10 o'clock

Brendon Small of Dethklok
Gain- 8-9
Treb-5-6
Mid-6
Bass-8

Jeff Beck
Gain - 10
Bass - 6
Mid - 5
Treble - 7
Reverb - 4

Tool
Bass: 4
Mid: 4
Treble: 8
Gain: 7.5

Testament
Bass- 6-7
Mids- 2-3
Treble- 4
Presence- 7-8
Gain- 5-7

John 5
Gain- 3-5
Bass-10
Mids-4
Treble- 8

Savatage
Gain 9
Treb 6
Mid 2
Bass 5
Presence 6

Thurston Moore of Sonic Youth
Gain 6
Treble 8
Mid 3-4
Bass 6

Radiohead - My Iron Lung
Drive: 10
Treble: 6
Middle: 7
Bass: 6
Reverb: 3

Herman Li of Dragonforce
gain- 10
bass- 8
mid- 5
treble 7

Yngwie Malmsteen
Bass 5-7
Mid 2-5
Treble 6-8
Presence 4-6
Volume 10

Paul Gilbert of Racer-X
Gain 7
Bass 7
Mid 5
Treble 7

Misery Signals
Distortion channel
gain-5
bass-6
mid-5
treble-6
resonance-5
presence-6

clean
gain-2 or 3
bass-8
mid-5
treble-4
resonance-8
presence-3

Norma Jean
gain:7-8
bass:7
mid:4
treble:6

Queens Of The Stone Age
Gain: 7
Treble: 3
Mid: 8
Bass: 6
Reverb: 0

George Thorogood
Drive: 6.5
Bass: 2.5
Mids: 7
Treble: 8
Chan. Vol.: 7.5

Slash of Velvet Revolver
Gain: 5-7
Treble: 4-6
Mid: 7-8
Bass: 6-8

asked 23 Mar 2018 at 04:03 AM

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This past week (three days ago to be exact) I purchased and took delivery of my second Code™100H amplifier head. I was told

by a friend of mine that this head is being discontinued and no longer in production ― and my online dealer was discounting it

for $150.00 off the regular sale price.

In my opinion, the Code™100H ranks right up there with the very best sounding amplifier heads that Marshall Amplification PLC.

has ever produced; the 1959 Super Lead MKII ‘Plexi’, the Silver Jubilee, and the JVM100H.

Why Marshall, is this most excellent amplifier head ― with its extremely vast array of super-high-quality sounds ― being discontinued?

My guess, is an immense lack of promotion, patience, and education on the infinite possibilities that this amplifier can produce ― if only the user would

spend some quality time listening, tweaking, and editing . . . It took me less than ten minutes to edit my four favourite preset sounds.

Perhaps this fine lady said it best: ‘You get to have whatever you want . . . with a side of whatever you want . . . ’ ― Nita Strauss. 🍴🍰🍴🍰

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asked 10 Jun 2019 at 07:04 PM

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Hello,

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.

asked 06 Aug 2016 at 08:35 PM

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I have the following problem with my Marshall Stanmore (I) Bluetooth speaker:

Whenever I am wirelessly connected, the Bluetooth connection drops after 20 minutes — while playing music!

The surprising thing is that it not just happens randomly after 15 to 45 minutes — no, it happens suspiciously regularly after 20 minutes. I went and tested this with my laptop (4 times) and my phone (3 times) by writing down the start and stopping times, and the Bluetooth connection got interrupted (the music stopped) after 20 minutes each time. 7 times in a row. No exception.

• Yes, I have removed the speaker from all devices, then re-repaired them. Multiple times.

• Yes, the problem exists with all my devices that can send sound via Bluetooth (laptop, phone, desktop,). Those same devices have no problem to stream music to my Sony sound system or portable Bluetooth speakers. The problem only exists with the Stanmore.

• No, the Stanmore is not near a wifi router, a micro wave, a DECT phone or close to other Bluetooth devices. All of my other Bluetooth devices work perfectly fine. During my tests, the speaker and the Bluetooth source were about half a meter/two feet apart.

• Yes, I have had the Stanmore disconnected from power for an hour. Even a few days, actually.

• Yes, sound works perfectly fine via the wired connection (INPUT 1) and it doesn't stop after 20 minutes. 

• Yes, the "STANDBY MODE" switch on the back  is set to "STANDARD". (But surely no Bluetooth speaker would ever go into standby mode WHILE playing music anyways, right?)

• No, I am out unfortunately of warranty. The speaker looks great and hasn't been used that much. I also find that it financially doesn't make much sense to spend 130€ (max.) on a Marshall OOW repair.

• No, the Stanmore I is not compatible with the Marshall Bluetooth app, and there is no way for me to update the firmware (as far as I know).

• Yes, I can absolutely open up the speaker and post pictures of specific components, if someone has a clue about what capacitors or chips to look out for.

Additional info on the issue:
I experience no problems connecting via Bluetooth, from any device. I can start playing music — but after 20 minutes, the music will automatically stop. If I am streaming from Spotify for example, the player will just pause. The Stanmore stays powered, and the red BLUETOOTH light on the Stanmore is still on, but it appears a little dimmer than normally. I have found that pressing the SOURCE/WAKE button once usually wakes up the Bluetooth connection again, and then after a while, I can resume music by un-pausing on the laptop or phone. 

Thoughts? Ideas?
The fact that this happens after a very precise operating time, sure sounds a lot like it could be standby-related. But the Stanmore is not set to POWERSAVER mode. And even if it was, it would only enter standby mode after a certain time if it wasn't playing anything. A speaker that goes into standby mode every 20 minutes WHILE playing music ... that would be ridiculous! And yet, that is exactly what I am dealing with.
Any ideas or clues for what to try or look out for?

asked 20 Mar 2021 at 10:07 PM

M K (3)
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Do we need drivers when recording USB ?

First time to ! I use Cubase 8.5 

Thank !!!

 

asked 27 Jul 2016 at 05:17 PM

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I need your help! I connected my Marshall Major III’s to my iPhone 6 this morning as I had just gotten them for Christmas. Then I opened up an iPhone 11 Pro and now the headphones won’t connect to any phone. They don’t show up in the Bluetooth finder thing and I can’t find a solution anywhere. I’ve been on Marshall’s website but the question at the bottom ‘Was this article helpful’ is filled with many thumbs down. I think other people have this problem, so please... anyone!

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Marshall

asked 29 Dec 2019 at 08:48 AM

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Hi

So my emberton turns on with no sound I can see all the lights and it connect But it doesn't play anything either I hope it's not water damage . I never put it in water I only touched it with wet hands Is there anyway I can hard reset it or something I couldn't find it on the internet

asked 04 Jan 2021 at 07:52 AM

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Hello!  I have a Marshall DSL40c, which I absolutely love.  I swapped the speaker out for a Celestion Vintage 30 (16 ohm) a little over a year ago, and it sounds great.  However, I recently got a lower wattage tube amp (Vox AC4TV) and have been running it through the DSL40c (basically using the DSL as a speaker cab, with the power chord disconnected). 

So here's the problem:  After 2 days of using this configuration, the DSL has started making a sound when I play the vox through its speaker.  The best way I can describe the sound is that it is like a tabmourine, like those little metal disks jingling together.  It does this on certain notes, like the open low E string, or a C chord, but not on other notes like a B chord (i.e. 1 fret away).

When I run the the Vox alone through its internal speaker - no issues at all.  When I run the DSL amp section alone through it's vintage 30, no tambourine sounds, although it seems that the green clean channel is lower volume than it used to be (the other 3 channels seem to me the same volume as normal).  There is also some instability in the volume (goes in and out, but in a sublte way).  There is some clicking and popping when I first fire it up, but this stops after it has been on for a while so not sure if this is normal or not.

I have been looking up reasons why amps may rattle, but everything I am finding describes issues with the tubes that are being played through - my issue seems to be a bit different, since the rattling (tambourine jingle) sound I am hearing seems to be coming from the Marshall when I am not using its tubes (playing through the Vox as a head).

Is it possible that a tube has gone bad in the Marshall, and when I play the Vox through the Marshall's speaker, the vibration is rattling the broken tube and making this tambourine sound?  Would a reduction in the volume of the green clean channel imply it is a preamp tube vs power amp tube (since the other channels are unaffected?)

Thanks for any help you can offer.  I don't mind taking it in to a tech, but I have read a lot of posts of people who took their amps to techs and had tubes changed, etc. and the problem persisted.  I want to have a pretty good idea of the problem before I start investing in having it fixed.

Thanks!

asked 15 Mar 2018 at 03:12 PM

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Quite a few people on various forums are concerned about the emulated out of our DSL20H and DSLCR amps. It seems that there is a set level for the emulated line out and headphones which can only be adjusted with either the guitar volume knob of gain channel knob. The channel volume does nothing to the line out/headphones only to the speaker output.

Is this normal behaviour? Where the gain knobs are the only controls on the amp that increases the loudness of headphone/line out. 

asked 28 Oct 2018 at 01:25 AM

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I was just searching a couple websites for the Code 100W combo amp and it appears to be removed from some websites while one stated that this amp was no longer available.  Did Marshall discontinue this amp?  If so, are they planning on replacing it or just moving forward with the 25W, 50W, and 100W head?  Why was it discontinued?

asked 19 Jun 2019 at 10:51 PM

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Hi,

to whom it may concern.

I would like to ask a help with the preamp layout in JVM 410 (2007). I have found this online but it says "Assumed". As you know the tubes on board starts with with V1 a power tube to V4 so it is hard for me to assume.

Could you please confirm if this diagram is correct (bottom right of the picture)?

thanks in advance,
marcel

 

asked 02 Apr 2018 at 10:19 PM

Marcel Senesi
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How do I set up my new CODE50 USB to my CUBASE9? "CODE" shows up in CUBASE Inspector for MIDI Tracks, but no signal.

Do I need a CODE driver? 

Does the CODE50 USB only send MIDI?

Does it send audio waveform signals?

I viewed a couple of Marshall video tutorials that didn't help and it says practically nothing in the download manual. 

Thanks, Kevin

asked 23 Feb 2018 at 12:31 AM

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Hey all - new to the forums, new to Marshall amps and had a few questions about the Code 50 I just ordered that will be here in a day or so.  I have played my guitars through my buddy's Code 50 and am familiar with editing the patches, tweaking the tones and getting the sounds that I want from the amp to fit my playing style.  What I am not familiar with is the use of footswitch and any Midi capabilities it may have.

1) Can one use just a regular on/off type of old school footswitch to turn an effect or amp on/off or initiate a patch change?  I have several old school footswitches I have successfully used on many different amps, albeit older amps, and it has always worked.  Curious since the Marshall footswitch actually holds presets if anything like that would work.

2) As far as Midi goes, I come from a Line6 multi-effects world and know that many of their multi-effect units have the capability to control effects on/off/parameters and patch/bank switching via Midi commands.  Does the Code software have anything like that if hooked up to a PC/Mac running a DAW that has the capability to send midi control commands to change patches/effects realtime during recording/playback.

Thanks for any input and excited to get this amp.  I am a player of over 30 years and have only ever played through Crate amps for the past 20+ years that have finally given up and the cost to repair is more than new.  Bash Crate all you want but they were loud and proud and with the right EQ/effects loops made some damn good musical sounds.

asked 20 Mar 2018 at 03:04 AM

Billy Nab
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The CODE 100 isn’t have a line out ????

I see just Send/Return, the out 8Ω and the F/C I believe only to footswitch..

asked 18 Sep 2018 at 10:28 AM

Thiago Guilherme
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Is it possible to control and make changes to the existing preloaded patches of the Code App via the USB port connected to a Windows 10 Laptop?

or the Marshall Gateway App works only with Android/iPhone via Bluetooth?

 

thanks

 

 

 

asked 05 Jul 2018 at 06:58 AM

Mel Gili
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