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I have 3 subs in my room. When I listen at low levels, they rock the room. But when I listen at theater levels, I don't
seem to get the same slam.

Is it possible I am just not getting enough juice out of the wall? How can I test for this? Would a voltage drain cause this,
but allow everything to still work? Like me projector and blu-ray player? If normal power is 120 volts, how low can that
go before components don't work?

I am guessing that my 3 subs, 7 amps, projector, tv, satellite and pre-pro are all on a single 15 amp circuit. I have never
had the breaker trip. Even when playing at extreme levels.

Thanks for the help.
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