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Audio Beat (US) Response K6 Review

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The K6’s were those rare speakers that walked the line between truth and beauty with a steady gait, achieving both without leaning one way or the other….. Read the full review here

What HiFi Response D28 Review

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We’ve heard speakers that go louder, deeper, and have more attack for the money, but nothing that does so many things so well. Audition these D28s….. Read the full review here

What HiFi Studio 140Mk2 Review

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there are few rivals that deliver sound with such enthusiasm while still getting the hi-fi side of things right….. Read the full review here

What HiFi Response D18 Review

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The Response D18s are an immensely compelling proposition. In a suitably talented system they’re capable of delivering an extra-large slice of sonic heaven….. Read full review here

What HiFi Response DT8 Review

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These speakers paint on an expansive sonic canvas, and locate instruments with precision and stability… They deliver that insistent bassline with plenty of verve. There’s an impressive degree of agility, coupled to plenty of power and weight… They’re good at conveying the momentum on hard-charging tracks keeping all the music’s energy intact… We really like […]

New ProAc UK Dealers

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Three new UK dealers have joined the ProAc network over the course of 2017. They are Winchester Hi-Fi, Ceritech Audio in Cinderford, Gloucestershire and Audio T Brighton. These specialist retailers offer a fine range of equipment and electronics to compliment ProAc loudspeakers. For further information, please see their details in the UK Dealers section.

New ProAc Distributor: Canada

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ProAc is pleased to announce our new Canadian distributor! Crown Mountain Imports. For all ProAc Canadian en-queries, please contact Crown Mountain Imports – distributor contact information can be found on our World Wide Distributors page.

Speaker Shack Response D30S/RS/DS Review

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This is yet again one highly polished product from ProAc and shows what a good 2-way design can achieve when done right. There are not many speakers out there that I can think of that sound this good for the money. Highly Recommended!…… Read the full review here

Speaker Shack Response K6 Review

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The bass is incredible which plumbs the depths when required but also taught as can be, a delicious mid-range and an incredible top end is just the icing on this very nice cake. They play all types of music with such ease that you soon forget about them and just sit back and enjoy the […]

Tone Audio Tablette 10 Review

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Following the driving bass line in Robin Trower’s “Too Rolling Stoned,” it’s tough to believe this much bass is coming from such tiny cabinets. Whether you’re experiencing the sound of ProAc for the first time, or are a long standing fan, this is a pair of speakers you can easily fall in love with….. Read […]

Tone Audio Magazine Response D48R review

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Like a few other great speakers we’ve auditioned in the $10k – $20k range in the last year, the ProAc D48R in a moderately sized room delivers so much of what you’d expect from a $40k – $60k pair of speakers, there’s hardly a reason to spend more ….. Read the full review on our […]

Tone Audio Magazine Tablette Anniversary Review

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The Tablette Anivversary are the speaker to beat for a small to medium sized listening room with resolution that matches the big boys….. Read the full review here

The Audiophile Apartment Tablette Anniversary Review

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The minute you fire up these tiny marvels, you’ll be knocked back like the dude in the Maxell chair. These little speakers rock the house with full range sound that is incredibly disproportionate to their size. And yes darling, they produce real bass. ….. Read the full review here

What HiFi Studio 118 Review

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Weighty, detailed bass; lively treble; enthusiastic attitude; natural balance. An energetic-sounding speaker with which it is difficult to find fault; finally a rival for ATC in this price bracket….. Read the full review here

"The beauty of music and the joy and emotion it brings is so much more important than designs based on scientific measurements and statistics. Designing loudspeakers is an art, a gift of knowing when something is right – when the soundstage is portrayed, the speakers disappear, and you thrill to the music."

Stewart Tyler