Using 15 Amp Power Cord in 20 Amp Receptacle


My Furman power conditioner started to hum, so I looked for a replacement. I got a good deal on a Shunyata Denali 6000/s power conditioner. The Denali comes with two 20 amp high current receptacles and four 15 amp receptacles.

I have five source components and one power amp. The power amp (BHK250) will go in one of the 20 amp receptacles. I had planned to connect my BHK pre amp, DirectSteam DAC, Innous Zenith MKII streamer, and Technics SL-1200G TT into the 15 amp receptacles. Where should I connect my Stellar phono pre?

I have a dedicated 20 amp line with a PS Audio wall receptacle. I’m only using the top receptacle, so that’s one place. Any harm in using the Denali’s remaining 20 receptacle?
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As long as your total draw is 20 amps or less you are GTG. In most cases it would take a big high power amp to draw that kind of current. 
OK.  I’ll give the 20 amp receptacle a try.
Currently, I’m using the power amp in a 15 amp receptacle with no issue.  My concern is using my phono pre in a 20 amp receptacle. 
The whole point of 15 and 20 amp circuits is to prevent fire. Circuit breakers, fuses, wire gauges, outlets and plugs that change with amperage, that's the whole entire reason for all this stuff. Its all intended to avoid a situation where the current draw is so high the wires get hot enough to become a fire risk. Period. End of story.

Understanding this then you need only ask if what you are plugging in is going to draw more current than the circuit can handle? If the answer is no then no harm no foul no worries.

Got it?
If the plug fits the receptacle everything is safe.
Thanks everyone for your input.  Everything is hooked and working fine (and better).
I notice that my Denali has 6 outputs, and they show 15 A each. Are you talking about the older Denali, not the V2?...Or am I not seeing something...
I notice that my Denali has 6 outputs, and they show 15 A each. Are you talking about the older Denali, not the V2?...Or am I not seeing something...