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Home theatre sub

When sub is plugged into A.C outlet a lot of noise is generated thru the sub. When the sub is moved to a basement location no noise. As far as I can tell no noise is being generated by any electrical in the home.

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Sounds like a ground loop issue. Try plugging your sub, and the rest of your entertainment equipment into the same outlet with an extension strip (4 plug adaptor). If there is too much stuff to plug into one strip, experiment with combinations and hopefully you will find which piece of gear is the culprit.

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