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Hi - my first post - hoping someone can help me. 

I have a 1998 DSL100 along with a 1960A and a 1936 cabinet.  Typically I use one cab or the other, but I'd like to try using both cabs, but am not sure about matching the impedance. 

The DSL head has the 3 outputs - 1 dedicated to 16 ohm and 2 that can do either 4 or 8 ohms along with the 4/8 switch.

The 1960A cab can do either 4 or 16 ohms in mono, or 8 ohms in stereo.

The 1936 cab can do either 8 ohms in mono or 16 ohms in stereo.

It doesn't look to me like I can use both cabs at the same time, but maybe I'm not completely understanding it.  Is there a way to hook up both cabs to head??

The right hand input on the 1960A says it's 16 ohm mono or 8 stereo, whereas the 1936 is the opposite and is 8 ohm mono and 16 ohm stereo.  Can I go from the 4/8 outputs on the head to the right hand input on both cabs - will this work without causing damage??  If I  can, do I set the DSL head to 4 or 8 ohms, and should the switch on the 1960A be mono or stereo?

 

Thanks - I appreciate your brain power lol!!

Phil

edited 18 Oct 2018 at 04:03 AM

Phil Jones

asked 16 Oct 2018 at 06:44 PM

Phil Jones
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Hello,

I've noticed that there is rattling/jangling coming from the amp (not the speaker) when playing notes between low  A and C and their respective octaves above. It sounds like it is coming from the EL34 valves - is this due to the way that they are mounted without spring dampers? They have not gone microphonic as far as I can tell, and are otherwise performing as expected, so I feel this is more a mechanical issue with the chassis/mounting, or it's just an undesirable characteristic of the valves themselves. What I'd ideally like to know is, do all Origin 20Cs do this or is this the first anyone has heard about this?

I've removed every external variable there could be, moving the amp to another location and isolating it from floor vibrations in the studio. I've taken the 'amp' out of the cabinet so that I could lightly tap the valves, and check the screws around the supports are not loose. You can generate the rattle (or very similar) just by tapping lightly with the handle of a screwdriver, on both valves. This is what I was expecting if it was just physical vibrations from the speaker causing them to rattle in sypmathy. The rattling sound does not get amplified, so it's not in the audio path.

It's enough to be offputting when tracking/practicing in the studio unless pushing out really high volume so that you can only hear the guitar. I play fairly clean a lot of the time so it is more obvious under those conditions.

Would really appreciate some advice. If the answer is, "It's the same for all and there's not much that can be done..." then ok, I just need to know. That said, I spotted there was some sort of similar issue perhaps on Class 5 amps that a kit was developed for to resolve? I may have misunderstood though.

If there is any further mechanical troubleshooting to be done then please let me know. I wouldn't want to void the warranty status if possible. For what it's worth, I'm a systems and support engineer for a large format mixing console company, so I'm competent enough to poke around as required... just figured someone may have alreday solved this one before I carry on!

Kind regards,

Ed

 

edited 09 Sep 2018 at 11:28 AM

Edward Arnold (1)

asked 09 Sep 2018 at 11:27 AM

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Hallo,

just received my DSL1HR now, and test it's functionality without an external cabinet (ordered but not arrived yet), so tested only with my headphones AKG K240 MKII. I noted that the volume is very low even with the volume knob at maximum level and switching the power 1W-0.1W I don't feel any difference, in both channel !

seems that only 0.1W is allowed when external speaker is disconnected. Is it broken or is it normal ? awaiting for a kind urgent fast responce please.

thanks

cheers

 

Roberto

asked 08 Sep 2018 at 10:55 PM

Roberto ACErob71
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Hallo,

I got a doubt on well interpretating the manual where it states:

WARNING: When using the DSL1HR head
for ‘silent’ practice or DI recording ALWAYS
disconnect the speaker cabinet from the
amplifier’s rear panel before switching on.
NEVER unplug the speaker cable from the
speaker cabinet while it is still connected
to the amplifier rear panel. This may stress
the amplifier’s power-stage and in extreme
cases may lead to valve and/or transformer
failure.

can someone confirm what I understand: if I want to play using an headphone for silent practice (connecting my headphone to emulated line Out), I shall prior disconnect the external speaker from the rear of the amplifier (shouted off), (and never from the rear of the speaker cabinet). So I can Play the amplifier using headphone without connection to the cabinet? is that correct? An this is applicable also if I connect the amplifier to a mixer (by using Line out). That is quite strange because all other amplifiers recommend to never disconnect the speakers, with or without an headphone or something helse. Please help! I don't want do damage my DSL1HR. Thanks. Cheers.

 

asked 06 Sep 2018 at 11:32 AM

Roberto ACErob71
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Are there any downloads for user Manuals for

Marshall Valvestate 100w Model 8100.

Marshall 1936 lead 2 x 12 Speaker Cabinet

asked 02 Sep 2018 at 08:25 PM

Colin Roberts
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Hi! I'm in the process of restore an empty 1x15 cabinet from 1973, model #2054! I'm trying to decide if I'm going to use it as guitar cab or a bass cab. If I decide for the Bass cabinet, due to its internal measures and specifications, what speaker do Marshall sugest?? I don't know if Back then The company's were preoccupied once studying the dimensions of the cabinets and eventual ports/reflexs versus speakers best performances .. but if so, what is the optimal bass speaker for this cabinet? 

Im going to try attach a photo of the refered model :)

check photo here: 

Any help is much appreciated!

thanks in advanced! 

 

 

edited 03 Aug 2018 at 11:26 AM

Nuno Cardinho (1)

asked 03 Aug 2018 at 10:55 AM

Nuno Cardinho (1)
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Hello,
I just bought on ebay a 70's 2x12 Marshall Cabinet that I'm trying to identify the exact model on the internet but without success.. can you please help me? Using the speaker codes, I realized that is from 1977, but that's it...
Please see the attached photos ;) I'm sure that will be easy for you ;)
Thanks in advanced!

 

edited 29 Jul 2018 at 10:55 PM

Nuno Cardinho (1)

asked 29 Jul 2018 at 10:54 PM

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i want to know if there is a way to use a second cabinet with my 100h head and 4X12 cabinet so i can have a full stack vs. a half stack?

asked 26 Jul 2018 at 05:35 PM

pamela trentacosta (1)
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Hi,

I have a code 100H connected to a 4x12 cabinet.  I want to use my Boss ME-80, as I have stored a number of presets.  I have plugged my guitar into the ME-80 and the ME-80 into the input of the amp, however the volume of the amp is significantly decreased, I have turned the ME-80 volume up to max with little affect, I have also turned all the FX on The code 100H off.  The volume is very poor, worse with my Gibson SG, than with my Fender Strat. Is there a better way to set up my ME-80, e,g through the FX loop, and how would I do it.  Would this solve the problem?

 

Thanks

asked 12 Jul 2018 at 12:22 PM

Huw Evans
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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

Gator Milden (1)
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I'm running a Code 100h head through MG 4x12 cabinet. This set up is load at home, but a band rehearsal I can hardly be heard above the drums and bass. 

That's with the patch volumes on 8-9 and master volume around 8-9 also.

Do I need to look at noise gate settings, presence, resonance etc or just put an EQ pedal in front of it?

I've heard others say that they gig regularly with the Code 100 without any issues.

 

Thanks.

asked 24 May 2018 at 01:14 PM

John Wood
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Hi there,

here is a cabinet our lead player appeared with today at our practice room. He bought this in the 70's and has only replaced the cloth on it due to unwanted cat attention! Any idea how I might get the wattage and impedence from the serial number as he intends to run his Victory VX Kraken through it when it arrives! Personally I think it would be like taking an E-Type Jaguar for a spin in a ploughed field!!

Many thanks.

 

edited 23 May 2018 at 09:27 PM

duncan annible

asked 23 May 2018 at 09:20 PM

duncan annible
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I have a 16 Ohm Orange Cabinet. Isit posible to connect it with teh Marshall Code (8Ohm) without causing damage?

asked 11 Apr 2018 at 03:35 PM

Markus Neumann
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CAN I ADD ANOTHER SPEAKER CABINET TO THE CODE 50

I WOULD LIKE BOTH CABINETS TO PRODUCE SOUND

MAYBE THROUGH THE USB   OR A  PORT OUT  OR A WIFI CONNECTION

ANY IDEAS

THX

asked 05 Apr 2018 at 01:50 AM

GENE BARATTA
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Hello,

I use  a Marshall DSL 40 C and i would like to have an extension with one  Marshall 1960 AV. 

On the Marshall 1960 AV ,  connections are  : -1 x 4 ohm imput or 8 ohms right

                                                                                                       -  1 x 16 ohms imput or 8 ohms left

                                                                                                        - a selector for Mono or Stereo

I read that he DSL40C can drive either 1x16 ohms ,1x8 ohm or 2x 16ohm cabinets.  

My  questions are  : 

Can  I use the internal speaker and the external cabinet together  ? . I know that to use only the DSL 40 C , the connection is on the 1 x 16 ohms socket.

I have only  one cabinet , which selector position is correct ? Mono or stereo.

Which connections are correct  ?

Thanks for your help .

Regards

Fred

asked 19 Mar 2018 at 07:51 PM

frederic GAVANT
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Hello!

I just bought a Code 100 head and a cabinet.  I want to use the head in a smaller room to learn more about it, using headphones or a MG15CFR,. Can I plug in the head to the input?  As the cabinet is rather heavy its really hard to move it to another place than my "studio".

 

asked 14 Mar 2018 at 10:27 PM

Peter Ahlqvist
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Hi,

I own a DSL20HR amp and I'd like to connect two 1x12 speaker cabinets to the amp simultaneously. Both cabinets are Marshall 1912 cabinets (1x12", 8ohm speaker). There are three speaker cabinet output jack sockets in DSL20HR:

one 1 x 16 OHM socket to connect a single 16ohm speaker cabinet, and

two 1x16 OHM sockets to connect two 16ohm speaker cabinets simultaneously or to connect a single 8 Ohm speaker cabinet to either one of these sockets.

How do I connect two 8ohm cabinets to this amp? I'd like to connect these cabs in series to have 16ohms in result, but the cabs don't have sockets for connecting them in series. There is only one input in 1912 cab. And if I find a device to connect this two amps in series, do I then connect the first cab's input cable to the DSL20HRs single 1x16 OHM input (the first input option)? Is this safe? The manual doesn't say anything about connecting cabinets in series.

Thank you! The new amp is great btw!

asked 17 Feb 2018 at 10:27 AM

Matias Voutilainen (1)
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I have a code 100 combo and there is an output on the back just like the code 100h. Is it possible to plug the code 100 combo into a speaker cabinet and just use it like the code 100h?

asked 17 Jan 2018 at 11:21 AM

Ian Reid
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Hello can someone tell me why I have no sound on the cabinet when I plug a headphone on my code? Thanks.

asked 11 Jan 2018 at 10:53 PM

Thierry Tant
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Hi all,

I bought the Marshall Class 5 combo about a year ago, and while I think that the concept is fantastic, the actual product isn't. Unfortunately, I think the stock combo sounds rather terrible. Plugged into my 4x12 cab with Neo Creambacks, the sound is vastly improved, though, so I'm thinking about getting a 1x12 cabinet to go with the combo for smaller rehearsals and gigs. Now, the Neo Creambacks eliminate some of the fizzy, harsh and unpleasant frequencies from the combo at higher volume settings, but I'm hoping to get rid of them completely. I'm currently thinking about one of the following two speakers: the Celestion V-type (this would be my first choice) or the Eminence Governor (which people compare to the V30, but with less of the harshness). In your opinion(s), which one would best achieve the sound I'm looking for?

Best,

Michael

asked 04 Jan 2018 at 08:04 AM

Michael Edström
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