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If you're very tight on cash then it might be alright, but you have the option to go with something a littler better so you really should. The fact you plan on using it almost 3/4's of the time for music makes a precise sub all the more important.
The SUB-1000 cost $99. For that you get a driver, amp, cabinet plus all the ancillary items; paint, feet, grill, damping material, etc. PE has to make some profit too, so figure all those things combined probably cost them $50, not a lot of money for all that stuff. They have to cut corners someplace.
If you take yourself too seriously, expect me to do the exact opposite