Infinity Basslink 200-Watt, Dual 10-Inch Powered Subwoofer System (Black)
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- Powered subwoofer with onboard 200-Watt Class D amplifier
- Variable electronic crossover (50Hz to 120Hz), sensitivity, and bass-boost
- 10-Inch subwoofer and 10-inch passive radiator
- Variable Bass EQ (+3db to -6 db at 45Hz)
- Includes Basslink LC remote bass-level control
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The BassLink line includes everything you need for great bass in your car, with no hassle. This system includes a round 10-inch woofer, a round 10-inch passive radiator and a 200-watt Class D amplifier, plus all the controls you need to integrate its sound with your existing system. It can be mounted vertically or horizontally for easy placement in any car.
Everything you need for great bass in your car, with no hassle.
Remote level control included.
Mount BassLink vertically or horizontally.
Designed to deliver low frequencies in virtually any car audio system, BassLink truly has universal appeal. Small in size but big in output, BassLink requires a mere .75 cubic feet of trunk space yet produces enough bass to wake up the neighborhood.
BassLink consists of a 10-inch subwoofer, 10-inch passive radiator and a 200-watt Class D amplifier housed in a rigid polymer enclosure, all carefully engineered to work together as a unique, integrated system. The extremely versatile BassLink accepts both speaker- and line-level inputs, and it provides an internal low-pass filter, proprietary signal processing and abundant amplification.
The BassLink system features a servo-control circuit that continually monitors the voice coil's position in the magnetic gap and prevents the distortion that occurs when a conventional woofer is overdriven. By integrating cone-excursion information with the instantaneous demands of the music, BassLink can extract loud and deep bass from an enclosure smaller than any before.
BassLink includes a fixed, 2nd-order, high-pass filter that eliminates the possibility of over-excursion below Fb, the resonant (tuned) frequency of the vented box. This allows the excursion-monitoring circuit to focus on the excursion at the more meaningful frequencies at and above Fb. The result is a significant increase in bass output.
User-adjustable controls allow listeners to set the system's response to achieve optimum performance based on the vehicle's cabin gain or transfer function. These controls include: a 0- or 180-degree phase switch; a continuously variable electronic low-pass filter that is adjustable between 70 and 100Hz; variable input sensitivity; and Bass EQ that provides for adjustments between +3 and -6dB. BassLink's frequency response in a typical vehicle is 20 to 100Hz (+/-3dB), but this varies according to the vehicle and user adjustments. At maximum gain, the system can accept inputs as low as 250mV.
BassLink can accept up to four channels of input--to provide nonfading bass--either from line-level signals through four RCA jacks or from high-level signals through a pair of Molex connectors, allowing BassLink to be easily connected to OEM systems. If using the speaker-level inputs, an audio-sense circuit will turn on the amplifier whenever a signal is present. If the RCAs are used, a 12-volt, remote-turn-on lead is required. The system has barrier strip connections for power, ground and remote turn-on.
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Infinity Basslink 200-Watt Powered Subwoofer System (Black), Bass level control, Wiring harnesses, Mounting feet, Mounting bolts, Instructions
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However I purchased it back in April of 2015 and it recently crapped out on me (January 2016). It has a year warranty, but we'll see how customer service is. The fuse of the subwoofer was blown, but replacing it did nothing. I looked at the circuitry and noticed a capacitor was blown, specifically a 1000uf 80v capacitor. I'm assuming that these Chinese capacitors are the main reason all the other reviewers' subwoofers are dying. If you possess the soldering skill and it is out of warranty, I would highly suggest getting yourself a nice Japanese made Nichicon 1000uf 80v capacitor and replacing the blown one. Also don't forget to replace the 20amp fuse that has probably blown as well. Both items will cost less than $5 and your subwoofer should last years after that, assuming no other electronics break.
So far, so good.
First off, build quality is great. I mounted it behind my passenger seat laying down. No one ever sits in my cab bench seats except my dogs. I have no worries they will harm it.
Sound quality is amazing for what it is. It is important to dial it in right to really experience the quality of the Sub. I hooked it up directly to my head unit, so most of the physical controls on the Sub were bypassed. But I played with them anyway out of paranoia, lol. I set the Sub gain to 80 percent. After playing, Phase 0. Crossover on the sub does nothing to the unit nor does LPF. Bass Boost I set to the middle. I did not connect the remote, although I have been thinking about it. I can easily control the levels from my unit.
Once installed and played with, I really dialed it in using my Head Unit. I am fortunate enough to have extended audio controls, similar to a home AV Receiver. I set all 4 speakers to wide, their crossover points to 80hz (THX Recommended) and the Subs LPF to 120 (also THX Certified). I adjust the bass volume through my head unit. I played with several different volumes across a wide range of music. Believe it or not, I settled for -8db on the Sub.
Music plays wonderfully. The bass is an extension of the sound and I cannot tell which direction it is coming from, which is what you want. It is not overpowering and doesn't drown out the other speakers' tones. I can make it louder, can make it boom, but that is not to my musical tastes. At -8 it hits hard when the low pass frequencies call for it like Super Bon Bon by Soul Couphing or it is softly felt and present in songs like Perfect Moment by Darden Smith. All without changing a setting. There are certain songs that I just cant be pleased with- Mazzy Star's song Fade Into You is an example. The bass mix in her music is just awful, lol.
I am very very pleased with this self-powered Subwoofer and its amp. I couldn't have asked for more.
So this thing is a hit or miss... I would not buy it again, but my brother has had his for over 3 years and he has not any issues with his.
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Unit quit working after about 2 years of use, seems to be a running theme with this unit from other reviews I've read.Read more