Released March, 2002
The Pros:Lots of bass response - fills out the lower frequencies with ease. Provides a substantial difference when upgrading a stock audio system. Small footprint - only requires .75 cubic feet of space.
The Cons:Poor customer support from the manufacturer regarding warranties.
The Infinity BASSLINK is a 10” subwoofer equipped with a class D subwoofer amplifier. The first subwoofer in the BASSLINK series, the 200w Infinity BASSLINK is a predecessor to the upgraded 250w BASSLINK 2.
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In addition, the BASSLINK comes equipped with an internal low-pass filter, user-adjustable controls, and a servo-control circuit that continually measures the voice coil’s position and prevents distortion. The BASSLINK also includes a variable electronic crossover of 50Hz-120Hz, and a frequency response of 20Hz-120Hz. Priced at $299.99, approximately $100 less than the BASSLINK 2, the BASSLINK measures 14-1/2” x 12-1/2” x 8” and is cited as requiring only .75 cubic feet of space in the trunk, thereby making it a compact and affordable solution for consumers seeking an inexpensive, yet powerful subwoofer to rock their vehicles.
- Dimensions (H x W x D):14-1/2" x 12-1/2" x 8"
- Power Output: 200W
- Frequency Response (±3dB): 20Hz - 120Hz
- Variable Bass EQ: +3dB to -6dB at 45Hz
- Variable Electronic Crossover: 50Hz - 120Hz
User Reviews (2)
lots of bass response - fills out the lower frequencies with ease
provides a substantial difference when upgrading a stock audio system
small footprint - only requires .75 cubic feet of space
construction - well built with a tough exterior
not too loud - won't anger the neighbors
innovative design - uses a passive radiator to double the unit's surface area
poor customer support from the manufacturer regarding warranties
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