ProAc Response D2 Bookshelf - Cherry

 Part No.  D2/C
 Description  ProAc Response D2 Bookshelf - Cherry
 Brand  Proac
 RRP  $5,699 pair
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 Product Notes ProAc loudspeakers have a reputation for exceptional sound and build quality. Our enclosures may look conventional but this hides the advanced technology required to build a rigid and well-damped cabinet. Our loudspeakers are made in our factory at Brackley, England. They are slim and elegant, finished in gorgeous real wood veneer.

With first class sound quality, you?ll be listening to ProAc speakers long after you would have become tired of a fashionable but poor sounding alternative. We are renowned for producing compact high-end speakers evidenced by both Tablette and Response 1SC which have become iconic over the years.

The Response D TWO is a new speaker in this fine tradition, designed for the finest quality music and giving true monitor performance. The cabinet is made from a heavily damped, thin-wall rigid birch ply carcass, with a 25mm back panel. The bass driver is new, using the same cone technology as the Response D15 but with a revised coil and magnet. The tweeter is the same 1" silk dome as used in other ProAc models and the drive units are seamlessly mated with an HQ network designed and built by ProAc. Sound quality from the D TWO is one of extreme transparency; a lush and potent bass response and a silky detailed high frequency. The D TWO also have a huge sound stage with pinpoint imagery. The speakers are designed to sit on high mass stands from 18" high depending on your seating position.

Nominal Impedance: 8 ohms
Recommended Amp: 30 - 150 watt
Frequency Response: 30hz - 30khz
Sensitivity: 88.5dB
Bass Driver: 6.5" (165mm) ProAc unit with Excel magnet system, glass fibre weave cone
Tweeter: 1" (25mm) silk dome
Dimensions: 430mm x 203mm x 260mm
Weight: 11kg each
Mode: Stand mounted

Also available in other finishes by Special Order - enquire for pricing



An excellent review in Witchdoctor High End Magazine New Zealand on our D2. The reviewer commented on the open natural midrange, this was the aim when the D2 was designed using bigger Proac's and BBC monitors for reference, who concentrate on midrange particularly for voice reproduction, but the D2 having better bass and high frequency.