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Not totally certain what your question is, but yes iTunes account is not the same as syncing to your Mac or PC. Just because you share an iTunes account you don't have to share iTunes libraries. My wife and I share an account but our iPads and iPhones have different music, photos and eBooks on them (videos too for that matter).
Account sharing really only applies to items purchased/downloaded through iTunes. If one of you has only a few items purchased he could (I believe) gift them to the other account and then share a single account where each can access what the other has without having to pay twice.

I am not aware of any benefit to maintaining two accounts unless you both have large numbers of purchases (enough to make the business of combining into one unwieldy).

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