There are quite a lot of people who have grown rather sick of endlessly trying to get better sound from their theaters-in-a-box and have decided they should replace the crappy gear with some neat loudspeakers and start building their own, custom home cinema rigs.
Quadral have not forgotten about such individuals and have prepared for them a series of no less than four loudspeakers that will help you bring together your vision and even more – expand your existing sound system and why not, transform it in a most nifty 7- or 8-channel piece of tech.
The Quadral Base Series comprises loudspeakers that will surely cover your every need, no matter whether we speak about center-channel speakers or fronts, alike. They will meet the requirements of your media room as they can go just about anywhere: from loudspeakers on top of TV sets to tall towering floorstanders and to wall-mounted satellites, the Base Series loudspeakers are most likely to be the units you were looking for.
The Base 210 is a rather small center channel loudspeaker, sporting a closed cabinet design and 2-way architecture. It can deliver a max of 60W with 87dB sensitivity and will work in 4 to 8 Ohms impedance. The Quadral Base 210 will produce sound between 80Hz and 22khz, for improved vocal presence.
The Basic 2000 Base from Quadral is pretty much the same thing as the Base 210 but in a larger scale. The closed-type aluminum enclosure of the Basic 2000 Base can blast as much as 100W but sports 4 x 3.75-inch mid-range woofers and a 1-inch tweeter, all capable of putting together 88dB sensitivity and the same 80-22,000Hz response.
The Sat 210 loudspeaker is - as its name says it - a satellite speaker, meant for surround sound completion or for effects-channel in a 6.1 or 7.1 array. While the frequency range is the same, it can output 50W max only and sports a slightly lower sensitivity, 86dB.
Completing the Base Series from Quadral you can choose the Basic 2000T/2007T, a very nifty tower loudspeaker meant for either front or rear channels placement. The driver array is basically the one inside the large center channel Basic 2000 base: four 3.75-inch mids and a 1-inch tweeter, 100W “strong”, 88dB sensitive.