I am considering suspending my two monoblock amps (Perreaux Prisma 750s) from the basement ceiling under my SDA SRSs. This configuration has the apparent advantages of: 1) decreasing the required length of speaker cables from about six meters to about two meters, 2) making it easy to install a dedicated circuit to bring power to the monoblocks, and 3) ensuring that they have excellent ventilation under all operating conditions -- they run hot at high volumes. The apparent disadvantages are: 1) Interconnects from the preamp -- including trigger wires -- will have to be three to four meters, rather than 0.75 meters, and 2) my monoblocks will become invisible except in the basement.
I would be grateful for any advice about this idea. I am not aware of any showstoppers, but if anybody has had experience with this kind of set up (good or bad), please share it with me.