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    Default power requirements for amps

    Not sure if this is the right place to ask this question.
    Is it possible to have an insufficiant electricle current to run your H/T components? We live in an old house and the breaker box is always tripping. So was curious as to weather this would effect the sound in my system beings it seems that the power supply in this place is wimpy. Have not tripped the breaker when the H/T has been in use suprisingly, but other parts of the house have had problems.
    Are buyihng a new house so this is a short term prob. just curios as to weather this has been the reason my system has not quite sounded like it used to.

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    A good power conditioner would be a good idea for your situation, it wont fix your power problems but it could save your gear.

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