my home theater system consists of automotive stereo amplifiers powered by old ATX PSUs i have laying around (dont judge, the price-per-watt for automotive amps is way better than that for home theater amps. and i already had all the stuff laying around so for me it was free. on top of that, as ghetto as it is, it works really, really well!). earlier this week i acquired a 3rd amp to add to the two i already had in use. this means i need more power from my PSUs. i have several <200watt OEM PSUs laying around that if added together would give me enough juice to run the amps. unfortunately due to the output of the PSUs and the different requirements of the three amps theres no way for me to power each amp by its own PSU. so my question is this: can i daisy chain the PSUs and amps together? that is, can i connect the 12+ and common leads on up to four PSUs of varying wattage ratings together and then connect the daisy chained PSUs to the amps?