This might belong in some other section, but my question concerns the amount of connections to an Uninterruptible power supply. See, I have an older, WW2-era wiring setup in my house, so I worry about too much on one fuse. I have the CyberPower model CP 1350c, with details, here: CyberPower CP-1350-AVR-LCD Intelligent UPS with LCD Diagnostics (CP1350AVRLCD) from Solid Signal And, according to the UPS's monitoring program, it is now being drawn at 113w. Now my question; I have just purchased an A/V receiver and will eventually have a 7.1 sound system to be run via my PC, with no television, this is only really for gaming/music/occ'l movie. Is this going to be too much to add to this unit, and perhaps I should try and use a different plug-in/surge protection? Thanks for any help on this. EDIT: I won't be setting up the entire 7.1 for quite a while. Instead it will be just 5.1, though I doubt that will make much difference. GAAA! I forgot to list the items already plugged into the UPS. PC/fan/monitor/4.1 Klipsch powered speaker system.