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ProAc Studio 140

ProAc Studio 140
alaScore 84

10 reviews

Sep, 2014

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ProAc Studio 140 Loudspeaker

 

When ProAc released the original Tablette in 1979, it was the kind of breakthrough product that challenged conventional wisdom about minispeaker performance. Designed by Stewart Tyler, the Tablette (iterations of the original continue to this day) was...

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ProAc Studio 140 Mk2 review

 

Substantial floorstander's twin 165mm bass/mid drivers ensure a very muscular performance

Sensitivity and headroom encourages high listening levels ; Good choice of finishes ; Build quality

Midrange could be sweeter and smoother

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ProAc Studio 140 Mk2 - £1,690

 

Substantial floorstander's twin 165mm bass/mid drivers ensure a very muscular performance with superb headroom array

Sensitivity and headroom encourages high listening levels

Midrange could be sweeter and smoother

Headroom and high sensitivity are an encouragement to play it loud

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ProAc Studio 140

 

ProAc has launched a mission to prove that ordinary looks needn't mean ordinary performace. Keep an eye on the quiet ones, eh?

Great all-rounders. Strong build. Not too pricey

Looks might not be for some. Can be a little bright

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ProAc Studio 140

 

Very competitively priced and deliver a class-leading sound

Great all-rounders ; work well with all genres of music ; well built and great value

There are classier-looking alternatives at this price-level ; avoid overly bright electronics

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ProAc Studio 140

 

They don't read the magazines at ProAc. The likelihood of this British manufacturer launching a plastic-moulded, day-glow green, active multimedia speaker retailing for under $200 is exactly zero. For ProAc, a loudspeaker is an expensive wood-veneered...

But while I suspect ProAc's less ambitious speaker would be more me, it's the 140 that demands a verdict here. I strongly recommend you take a listen if you're thinking about similarly sized transducers from Naim, KEF, Linn or B&W. Given how...

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Proac Studio 140

 

Beautifully made and simple to finish at home, after a decent running in period they sound exceptional. The best speakers I have owned

None so far

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fantastic

 

head over heels in love with all above and the natural voice quality on the simple vocals really fantastic

fantastic all arounders,amazing pwer ,bass and quite bright partnered with cyrus bi-amped

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Product Specifications

Configuration

Active / Passive Speakers:Passive
Signal Connection:Wired

General Features

Number of Speakers:Not Applicable
Sound Projector: No
Speaker Type:Front / Stereo
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