I'm thinking about adding dual SVS PB-2000 subs to my system (currently using a 150w HSU sub that is inadequate for the size of the room), and it got me thinking about the power I am pulling from the only outlet I have available to my system. The outlet is on a dedicated 20a circuit, but I'm currently running 2 Belkin 8 port surge protectors (one plugged into the other, both completely full) to power my setup. I'm more worried about the wiring in the surge protectors being inadequate for the power being pulled, especially since I'm daisy chaining them. Here is my equipment: Speakers/amps: Emotiva XMC-1, Emotiva XPA-3, Emotiva XPA-200, Klipsch 2x RF-82, RC-52, 2x RS-42 Sources: Comcast cable box (x1), Wii U, Mac Mini, Apple TV, Sony Blu-ray Player, VPI Turntable w/ Emotiva Pre-Amp Sub: HSU VTF-2 (first gen, 150w 10") Other things: Samsung Smartthings, Motorola modem, Logitech Harmony Hub Should I be worried about adding those subs to an already pretty loaded circuit, and/or are there surge protectors/power strips that can handle this that I should be upgrading to? Any advice greatly appreciated.