You probably knew the CA49 didn't have a line-out when you bought it? This is hacking ground.
A bit of extra noise is unavoidable, unless you find the line signals before the phones amp and lead them to additional line-out sockets.
A ground loop isolator may indeed help.
Firstly try powering the piano and the speakers from the same wall socket, and disconnecting other electrical gadgets that might be causing hum one by one.
In studios sometimes extra fat conductors are used to connect the grounds of connected devices. Are the speakers and the piano connected to ground or floating?
There is more than one possible wiring for the adapter cable if the speakers have differential input.
Thanks for your suggestions.
No I didn't know the CA49 didn't have line outputs. I should call my guy at Sweetwater and bitch him out. It was offered as substitute for the ES920 once that had been temporarily discontinued. I'm not going to try to access the line signals before the headphones amplifier as opening the case would void the warranty. At this point (now that I've called Sweetwater) they're sending me a cable that will split the headphone output to two unbalanced plugs and we'll see if that works. Your advice to plug everything into one power strip seemed to solve the hum problem, but only one channel worked. I then verified the headphone output functioned properly (it does), so I'm left waiting for a cable. FYI, the speakers (Tannoy Reveals) power input is two phase (no separate ground).