A home theater power manager is a device that helps manage and regulate the power usage of home theater components and electronics. It is designed to help reduce power consumption and prevent power-related issues, such as power surges or brownouts in a multi-channel home theater. A home theater power manager typically includes a number of outlets that are protected by surge protection and can be programmed to turn off or on at specific times or in response to certain triggers, such as the power being turned off to a component or the component going into standby mode.
Some home theater power managers also include features such as energy monitoring and remote control, which can help users track their power usage and manage their home theater components more efficiently. Home theater power managers can be a useful tool for helping to protect and manage the power usage of home theater systems and other electronics.