First of all, the system in question:
SVS PB13 Ultra
PSB Subsonic 6i
Cambridge Audio Azur 840C
I currently have my entire system connected to an older Monster "Reference" 1600 Power Conditioner(
I know...) and the theater room is on its own 20A circuit alone (receptacles only, no lights). I know this is not the ideal solution and I should probably have 2 seperate conditioners/regulators basically one for the TV/AVR and one for the 2 Subs... or 2 seperate 20A circuits doing the same thing.
My conditioner frequently reads 122-125v and tonight it is reading 126v for the first time (that I've witnessed anyway). This is when all gear is still in stand-by mode, it drops down to 122-123 (from 126) when in operation. Should I be worried about overvolting my gear and potentially causing damage/shortening its lifespan? I'd be particularly worried about the 141FD, AVR600 and PB13 Ultra as they are not exactly cheap.
I've been looking at some better options for power conditioning... something that includes voltage regulation, do you guys feel this is necessary? Aside from this, is there anything that I should do with regards to the single 20A circuit? Is there a cost-effective way to beef up the circuit or to run another 20A or 30A line into the theater room?
I'm by no means an electrical expert but is it not possible to just re-route the current line into an empty 30A circuit instead of the 20A? I should also mention that I have a surge protector installed @ the panel for whole-house protection, it's called "Intermatic PanelGuard". Unfortunately, I don't think it has any regulation properties.