I know, it’s been covered many times and I didn’t think I had a problem, so I didn’t read the posts.
The other day I was re-routing some cables and noticed that the EP600 would “thump” every time I connected / disconnected one of my components. My video processor (DVDO VP50Pro) uses a 120V AC – 6V DC power converter. Whenever I plug / unplug this, the sub thumps. It does not ever thump unless I plug / unplug this particular component. I’m not sure what’s causing this or why. The VP is downstream from my receiver and the only thing that is plugged into it is the HDMI output from the receiver and the SDI output from my Oppo 981. The 981’ s audio goes directly to the receiver via Coax.
I asked this question at the master VP50Pro thread at AVS, and one guy told me it is a ground problem and I should remove the 120V AC ground prong that is on the sub's plug. That doesn’t sound like a very elegant solution, if it is a ground problem.
"......The wisdom of life consists in the elimination of nonessentials." ~ Lin Yutang