Originally Posted by gregger72
I think. I like the dual pb-1000 idea.
Originally Posted by lamonsasa
thats cool, go for it. p.s you should kno that the dual pb1000 wont dig as deep as a single pb12, just so u know before u pull the trigger.
Definitely go with a pair of PB12-NSD's if you can. The two PB-1000's will give better room performance than one PB12-NSD but as suggested above, two PB12-NSD's is the better or "smarter" way to go. Nobody who buys quality looks back at the acquisition, saying for all to hear: "Now that was dumb."
My original comment hasn't changed as it was in direct response to both your OP and the response right above my support comment; fidelity to the OP. Yes, I wanted to say what lamonsasa posted but keeping to the fidelity of your question, I didn't. Shame on me.
Better is better. And buying one PB12-NSD and adding a second one is better than buying two PB-1000's at the same time. So please understand, buying two PB-1000's is at the overall cost of performance when compared to a pair of PB12-NSD's.
(and if the money's there, ya know you want to)