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post #1 of 6 Old 10-04-2013, 01:48 AM - Thread Starter
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I have an APC H10 and it seems like APC is a well regarded brand. The H10 is usually around $200 and I believe is rated at 12-amps and the H15 is around $250 and rated at 15-amps.

I plan on getting an H15 for my VT50 TV, AVR, BD player, and 360/PS3 once I have the theater room up and running. This will share a dedicated 20-amp circuit with the Sherbourn PA 7-350 and my sub (Cap 2400 or Cap S2) will have its own dedicated 20-amp.

Video - Panasonic VT50 55" | Panasonic BDT320
AVR - Denon X4000 | Sherbourn PA 7-350
Speakers - JTR Noesis 228HT | DIY Sound Group Volt V10 | JTR Captivator S2
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getting a projector and have the Monster 3600 PC. what outlet can I plug the PJ into? thanks in advance

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I recommend Brickwall, they are pricey but worth it.
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Keep an eye on Best Buy Magnolia. I found a Panamax 5300EX, open box/display for $150
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