There is no such thing as a dedicated line. It all goes back to the same place.Your claim that there's no such thing as a dedicated line would be quite a surprise to the folks who write the National Electrical Code, which requires a dedicated line for some household appliances. In audio, the advantage of a dedicated line isn't (as you mistakenly believe) that it's fed from a different source, but that it feeds only one device.
As far as current draw is concerned, your circuit breaker is going to trip long before you overload the line.It's not clear what you're trying to say. A circuit breaker's role is to protect the wires in the wall, so it should trip before the wire itself heats up from overload.
All this business with "power conditioning" is lay instinct run amok.Perhaps if you understood dedicated lines a little better you'd better understand other issues relating to AC power.
Replacing my entire system would cost just shy of $100,000.00.All I use is one 10 socket power strip ...So? There's no correlation between cost and power requirements nor, apparently, the ability to understand that yes, Virginia, there is such a thing as a dedicated power line.