Get a licensed electrician to do the work. It's not worth messing up. The best way is to run a dedicated 220v 30amp circuit to a toroidal transformer to step it down to 110v. Break this off into 4 separate 20 amp circuits. These are going to have 55v on each pole out of phase (great noise cancelling). I recommend using 10 gauge solid wire (although there is some debate on solid vs stranded on this application). I use one circuit for amps, one for analog, one for digital, and one for the TV. Use hospital grade recepticals. You can independently ground the dedicated line (which I found helps quite a bit), but that can be a code violation in some areas (CA is probably pretty sticky on that point I imagine). Hope that helps--e-mail me if you need more info.
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