Originally Posted by Hides-His-Eyes
OR a dodgy power supply in your house?
Or one broken cable?
Once you've eliminated the big things look for the little things...
What you should do:
get 2 rigs with completely different components side by side and see if you can get both making the noise simultaneously.
I already covered most of those things in my original post. The only one of those things I haven't ruled out is a bad power supply in the entire house, though I did run an extension cable from the other side of the house. I spent over $200 on a good power conditioner, though, so I'm going to be a bit miffed if this all turns out to be a problem with the power conditioner failing to condition the power properly.
Originally Posted by nofearfactor
I guess you also tried to use different guitars,checked all of your cables or tried new ones, and tried to plug into different power sources-eliminating lights,or other plugged in components on the same line?.Baffling...
Yeah, no kidding. I've had this awesome shiny new gear for weeks now, and I've yet to be able to enjoy it.