I wasn't sure which forum to put this question in so here goes. I'm not too familiar with current and electrical concepts so maybe one of you can help me.
Whenever there is a light (small or large switch) in my office or even in the room next to my office that gets turned on / off, if I'm listening to music on my head-fi setup (in office) the music/power gets interrupted for a split-second. Most of my gear is connected to a large battery backup surge protector. Even when I have taken my amp or dac and plugged it straight to a wall, the same thing occurs. It's VERY annoying. Does anyone know what could be causing this? Only guess i had is maybe the circuit breaker isn't powerful enough for all the electronics in here? I think currently it's a 20A breaker. Please help if you have any clues.