Response D30S

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

ProAc developed a specific bass driver for this model using a cone similar to that used in our Response D48. The cone is made from pulp and mica and is coated with an acoustic dope. It also now features a phase plug to improve detail at the crossover point, giving a more natural sound.

The Response D30S models offer a beautifully flat response. The bespoke bass driver and crossover giving better midrange detail and a wider sound stage.

The D30S offers an exceptional accurate portrayal of the music giving powerful bass and excellent midrange detail with low colouration. This speaker is also easy to drive, through a crossover using the finest quality components and our beautiful nickel silver terminals.


Featured veneers: Rosewood and Cherry


Nominal Impedance

8 ohms

Recommended Amplifiers

10 to 200 watts

Frequency Response



89dB linear for 1 watt at 1 metre

Bass /midrange drivers

ProAc 165mm (6.5”) unit fitted with an acoustically damped Pagina Mica cone with phase plug.

Dome tweeter option D30DS

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

Ribbon tweeter option D30RS

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)

1041mm (41”) on spikes

Width (Cabinet)

266mm (10”)

Depth (Cabinet)

311mm (12”)


28kg (61.72lb) each cabinet


Floor standing


Acoustically transparent crimplene

Standard Finishes

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

Premium Finishes

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

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"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