P10 Re-generator for home theater


Hello all. I am a newbie when it comes to home theater systems and looking for some assistance in deciding on which power regenerator to move forward with. My home theater is comprised of the following components:

  • Sherbourn PA 7-350 Amplifier (all 7 channels driven; rated 350 W/channel @ 8 ohms) pushing Aperion Verus Grand (4 ea. bookshelf, 2 ea. towers and 1 ea. center)
  • Marantz AV8801
  • Pioneer Kuro 60” Plasma
  • Oppo BDP 103D
  • Seaton Sound Submersive HP+ subwoofer with slave unit (rated at 4000W)

I am in the process of installing a dedicated 20A circuit to power the system. My primary concern is whether the P10 is capable of supplying power to all my loads without shutting down, mainly my monster amplifier. The PA 7-350 manual recommends that the amplifier be connected to it’s own dedicated circuit for maximum performance, but I know that under real world conditions my speakers will reach their threshold well before the amplifier reaches its full potential. Any insight that can be provided would be greatly appreciated.


Welcome, pvum5!

I know little of home theater, but there are some here who can help. If you like LOUD and have iseven nefficient speakers the amp alone could be pretty demanding.


P10 will do it.

P5 no.

P3 will do it if you put the plasma and sub on the HC outlet.