by John H. Darko | 23 Mar 2018 Last November we reviewed and DAR-KO awarded the ProAc Tablette 10 (£995) – an LS3/5a-nodding two-way loudspeaker that comprises a sealed box – wider than it is deep – capable of low bass but with a particular talent for extracting the human voice from the densest of indie rock/pop mixes. As that review wrapped there came via ProAc’s German handler whispers of an improved model’s imminent arrival. And sure

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March 24 | Kari Nevalainen   A loudspeaker can be “sophisticated” by featuring highly complex and unusual techniques, or simply by being elegant and expert in matters of culture. ProAc Response D20R sports a new ribbon tweeter, modern carbon fiber mid-woofer and of course, ProAc’s trademark: the meticulously executed crossover. But I’d not call this speaker sophisticated by its technical merits. When you look at the D20R it bears striking resemblance with ProAc speakers from two

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8th December 2015 | What Hi-Fi? Ordinary describes their looks, but not the ProAcs’ sonic performance Look at Lionel Messi. Universally regarded as one of the best footballers on the planet, yet, with his short stature, sizeable conk and schoolboy haircut, he’s otherwise about as ordinary-looking a chap you’re likely to see this side of a geography classroom. We’ll let you fill in the blanks before this metaphor becomes even more laboured, but the point

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