Well, there was a guy who made a YT vid about it, who tried a bunch of things, and ended up solving the problem with an ifi Groundhog+. It's odd, because the groundhog is supposed to be for a poorly grounded unit where by putting your hand on the unit, you become the necessary ground. Doing that makes no difference for me, but I still think it could be a ground issue with the transformers. I haven't tried the software patch yet because I don't have a windows computer but will get a hand on my GF's tomorrow and give it a shot. If that doesn't fix it, I'm going to open it up and isolate the source of the hum and take it from there.
Here's the video, it's in the later part, about the 3 minute mark: