Definitely yes! I like to crank it up and I’ve never blowin’ a breaker! I have dedicated lines run to the breaker box installed too, it was my first step and messy! I went with 2 x 20 amp lines, 4 sockets on 2 separate circuits. The more the better! In hindsight, I would have done 3 lines and 6 sockets, for future expansion, but 4 is adequate. In my opinion 20 amps is more than enough. I noticed you have to worry about the watt load more than amp load.
I have a MC402 and MC205 on my P10. Also, the Blu-ray player, DS DAC, etc each draw only a couple watts and draw under 2 amps total. Those are plugged into my P10 too. Watching the P10 info screen. While listening to music in 2 channel, MC402 only, amps isn’t the problem at right under 800 watts I may pull 5-6 amps and my P10 is at 65% - 70% output. I listen to a lot of metal and rock so I really drive my Mac’s, that’s one socket used.
My sub is plugged directly into the wall since the sub runs at lower frequency I’m not too worried about distortion and it would tax my P10 too much, it’s rated at 1250 watts with peaks up to 3000 watts, that’s 2 sockets used.
Also, my plasma uses A LOT of watts, around 450! So, I have it plug into an old Monster HTS3500 Power Center on another socket, that 3 sockets used. Actually, which I prefer the picture quality on the HTS3500 over the P10.
Also, think about quality interconnects, speaker wire, and power cords. I have about $7,000 invest in those but it makes a big difference. I would say about 20% SQ improvement.
Overall, on the Home Theater side of the house, MC402 and MC205, I watch HD TV & Blu-Ray’s in 5.1 and it draws maybe 300 watts total, 3-4 amps, and the P10 not even breaking a sweat at around 25% - 30% capacity with the sound cranked up! On the “2 channel” side of the house, MC402 only. I can get right up to 70% capacity on my P10 running 800 watts and around 6-7 amps.
Hope my advice helps!