Actually, I believe it is you that doesn't stop and think before you post - as it doesn't seem that way.Do you ever stop and think before you post? It doesn't seem that way.
So, you blow smoke about Peavey quality and then admit that the 12" Dark Matter is priced less than half of what the most commonly used baseline QSC product is? The Peavey DM12 is priced less than a raw JBL woofer!
JBL doesn't make crap. If they did I'd have no incentive to change the fashion of the box. JBL"s worst product is still better than Peavey - but ALL entry level products attract inexperienced users who fail to use the products within their design limits. Sorry your ego is bruised but, Peavey heading up your inventory does in fact speak to your level of experience and expectation at the time you bought them.
I didn't blow smoke about Peavey quality - nice attempt at a switcheroo. If you could actually read and comprehend, I said the Dark Matter was not their upper limit nor close to it - and then I provided examples of what the DM lineup compares to. The K12 doesn't compare to any of the list I provided, so I guess by your definition, that means they're all crap - oh but wait, the JBL Eon's were in that list. Being that you seem to not be able to comprehend, find and compare things, I'll help you out - in QSC world, a more proper comparison would be the CP8. Wait, they must be crap too as they are priced half of what the most commonly used baseline QSC product is. Hmmmmm.
Again, I'll give you credit for attempting to play switcheroo .. but it didn't work - and of course the DM costs less than QSC's most common speaker (the K12) is - it's also rated less .. because it's not the same class of product. Are you really that stupid?
Yes, JBL does make crap. They all do. JBL's worst product is not any better (or worse) than Peavey's worst product. Your personal desire to change the fashion of the box means nothing about their level of crappiness.
My ego isn't bruised - maybe yours is? My use of Peavey speaks nothing about my experience and expectation. Your level of maturity, however, does speak about your experiences, communication skills and expectations.