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Old 07-12-2019, 09:28 AM
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Hoping someone might be able to share their experience with running separate dedicated circuits for my audio gear - I am looking to run 3 separate lines, one for each mono amp (Mac 1.2KW’s) and one for the rest of my gear, which would include, pre amp, clock, DAC’s, streamer, sub woofer, router, TV and Blu Ray player.

I currently have all of this gear on 1 dedicated circuit from the rest of the house but have added over the last couple of years and thinking best to put some more circuits in - geez I wish I did this the first time!!

Would there be any issues keeping the router, TV etc on the same circuit as the other audio equipment like pre amp, streamer, clock, DAC and sub woofer?

Also we run 3 phase power - is it ok to run all 3 circuits on the same phase or better to seperate over different phases?

I’m obviously working with an electrician who is a mate of mine but he suggested asking the ‘audio gurus’ from an audio quality perspective and what people have experienced.

If you could share any relevant experiences it would be appreciated!

Thanks guys...
I won't make recommendations on the technical part of your question, but if you're running 3 lines, why not run 1 or 2 more? You have a lot of devices planned for that last line. There's some gear in that list that I wouldn't mix on the same circuit as my audio gear - the router, tv, blu-ray, maybe even the sub.
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Old 07-12-2019, 07:02 PM
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That is definitely an option to run more lines although the switch board is a limiting factor based on current design. I was thinking the same thing with the ‘remaining’ things on the last circuit but just wasn’t sure whether it would make any material difference...

Hopefully some others can chime in with their experiences as I’m sure lots of people on this forum have done this exercise!
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