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Originally posted by Mr.PD
I don't think a conditioner will help.

Too many items running on one circuit. This is what house fires are made of. Overstressd circuits!


I tend to agree with Mr.PD!! After thinking about this, and then re-reading the original post about all that is connected, I concur with him, and highly suggest running an extension cord in from another room!! Just make sure it is a very heavy guage ext. cord!! It should say right on the packaging what the current rating is for that particular length.

With the incoming MG Head to be added to the same circuit, the conditioner will help, but you run the risk of overheating the circuit or electrical lines!! Running a circuit at or near it's rated amperage for extended periods of tmie is risky business. And the last thing you want to do is have your new headphone amp sound horrible with all that other stuff connected into the same circuit. We don't want to read later how you lost all your equipment in a house fire due to overstressed power lines!!!


Lord Bless
 
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