From small footprints, big sound.
Even as it looks to the future, ProAc stays grounded in its past. Founder and chief designer Stewart Tyler faced a critical decision in the late 1970s: boost production at the risk of reducing quality or make great loudspeakers in smaller quantities. The choice was not difficult, and shortly thereafter the ProAc Tablette was launched to widespread acclaim. (ProAc introduced the tenth generation of the Tablette in 2017.) Every ProAc loudspeaker reflects the same ethos, marrying time-tested design elements with great modern touches (ribbon tweeters, carbon fiber woofers). Across the entire product line, ProAcs produce remarkably big--yet coherent--sound without taking up a lot of real estate. Widely celebrated for their precise imaging and three-dimensional sound, ProAc loudspeakers also manage to coax impressive, clean bass from comparatively small cabinets. ProAc steadfastly refuses to swim in the audio mainstream, rejecting fads and dubious "innovations" in favor of impeccable design, hand-selected components, and precision construction. All to the ultimate benefit of the music and the listener.
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