Response D2 / R / D

A superb midrange and build quality, make this a true compact monitor.

The D2 is the current version of the speaker that introduced the Response Range to the world over 30 years ago.

Available with the option of either dome or ribbon tweeters, the Response D2 continues the ProAc tradition of producing the finest quality monitor speakers.

Incorporating our proven cabinet construction techniques and materials with a front facing reflex port, gives the response D2 a pure and potent bass for its compact dimensions.

Whether you choose the dome or ribbon version of the Response D2, it will give true monitor performance and we are sure you will be astounded with the extreme transparency and pinpoint imagery that this model delivers.


Featured veneer: Walnut


Nominal Impedance

8 ohms

Recommended Amplifiers

20 to 150 watts

Frequency Response



88.5 dB linear for 1 watt at 1 metre

Bass /midrange

ProAc 165mm (6.5”) ProAc unit with Excel magnet system, glass fibre wave cone and copper phase plug.

Dome tweeter option D2D

ProAc 25mm (1”) silk dome air cooled and inner damping. Mirror image offset.

Ribbon tweeter option D2R

The ProAc ribbon tweeter has a ribbon lighter than a human hair with rear chamber damping and alnico magnet.


Finest components on dedicated circuit board. Multistrand oxygen free copper cable throughout. Split for optional Bi wiring or Bi amplification

Height (Cabinet)

430mm (17”)

Width (Cabinet)

203mm (8”)

Depth (Cabinet)

260mm (10.25”) including grill thickness of 12mm


each 11Kg (24lb)


Stand mounting


Acoustically transparent crimplene

Standard Finishes

Black Ash, Mahogany, Cherry, Walnut, Oak, Silk White.

Premium Finishes

Rosewood, Ebony. *Premium Finishes to order at extra cost*

Related Products

The ProAc Response D30S is available with either a dome or ribbon tweeter, known as the D30DS and D30RS respectively.

"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