I have an annoying electrical interference problem. Whenever I turn off a fluorescent light in the kitchen my sub 'pops' (given that it's on, of course). My thinking in this matter was that they shared the same circuit, so yesterday I had an electrician re-wire the sub's outlet so it is discrete. Unfortunately the 'pop' is still there. He explained that fluorescent lights give off strange harmonics that can affect the entire electrical system. With that in mind can anyone offer another suggestion as to how I can alleviate this problem? Is it hurting my sub? On another, more positive, note I also had him reroute the circuit powering my halogen lamp in the living room. Reason: it was on a different electrical phase than my X10 control box and as such rarely responded to commands (except when a 220V appliance like the oven was on). After swapping phases with another circuit the X10 commands are received consistently by the lamp. Pretty cool being able to control the lights from my chair, even if only in such a rudimentary fashion. ------------------ --Jay "No one can hear when you're screaming in digital." My Home Theatre Pictures... "You're no messiah. You're, you're a movie of the week. You're a ... t-shirt, at best."