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Ok, probably not actually haunted. But it does make strange noises from time to time. It's one of those subs that doesn't have an on-off switch, it just stays in standby mode (red LED) until it needs to make noise, then it turns itself on (green LED). On several occasions I've come into the living room (where everything is powered off and no one is using my home theater) to find the sub powered on, making low-pitched burbling/chirping noises.
Things I have tried so far:
disconnecting the cable coming into my sub from my receiver: no effect
Basically, if it's plugged into the wall it will sometimes make weird noises. I can only assume it's picking up interference from somewhere that it interprets as an audio signal it needs to output. Anyone have any insights on anything else I can do to make it stop making strange noise? One of my other thoughts was possibly bad electrical wiring (I live in an old, old building), but the wiring fault indicator on the voltage regulator doesn't light up.
Oh, this is my sub, in case that makes a difference.