Thanks for providing the additional info. The speakers have rather low sensitivity (84.5 db/2.83 volts/1 meter) per the SoundStage measurements, but as you indicated their impedance is high (10 ohms or more aside from the upper treble area, where relatively little power is usually required).

I see also that the manufacturer recommends amplification in the range of 20 to 350 watts per channel. So you probably won’t ever be using more than around half of the amp’s power capability, or the speakers would be over-driven and probably distorting or compressing noticeably.

So I suspect that the amps will function in a reasonable manner when powered by the single 20 amp line you’ve described, assuming no other high current devices are on that line. But as Jim (Jea48) indicated, sonics might not be quite as good compared to having a second line.

To put that into perspective, the two amps are specified as consuming a combined total of less than or equal to 160 watts at idle, and if we assume say 1600 watts at the maximum power level you would be using that is a fluctuation of 1440 watts, or 12 amps at 120 volts. The 80 foot total length of the 12 gauge hot and neutral runs in your wiring from the breaker panel corresponds to a resistance of about 0.128 ohms. 0.128 ohms x 12 amps corresponds to a voltage fluctuation of about 1.5 volts. Not a huge amount, certainly, but perhaps enough to have perceptible consequences depending on the energy storage of the amp and the dynamics of the music.

Good luck with the new amps and the new house! Regards,

-- Al