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I cant really add any more to what Bob said as he is correct, the fact that your getting a spark on your equipment rack is a good thing in the way that you know it is grounded correctly. Humidification is the only real way to solve this and a good idea around electronics of any kind.
 

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You could do what the workers in the electronics industry do and wear an anti-static ground strap.
Yes, that works great except its not practical if your walking from your sofa through the room and to the AV rack you have to have the strap attached to a grounded source at all times for it to serve its purpose.
 

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I dont think it would have enough ability to humidify the air around the rack. I think thats more for storing things like guitars inside a case.
 

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Do you have a forced air furnace or A/C system?
 

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You may be able to get a humidifier that attaches to the A/C unit but its hard to say.
 
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