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The Infinity BASSLINK II is a 10” subwoofer equipped with a class D subwoofer amplifier.

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More adjustable than most, crossover controls, volume, gain

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Great for smaller spaces, e.g. pickup cabs, sounds larger due to filling less space

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Bass output is cleaner and sharper than lower-end amps in this style

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Much lower than average distortion, even at high volumes

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Loud but not block-breaking loud, ideal for those who want to enrich an existing car setup for typical use

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Relatively high number of unit failures over time

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Some units prone to bass rattling sound overriding playback

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The Infinity BASSLINK II is a 10” subwoofer equipped with a class D subwoofer amplifier. The second subwoofer in the BASSLINK series, the BASSLINK II is an upgrade from the original BASSLINK and includes an increased power output of 250w (versus 200w). The BASSLINK II, however, maintains the original BASELINK’s 20Hz-120Hz frequency response, 50Hz-120Hz variable electronic crossover, and compact dimensions of 14-1/2" x 12-1/2" x 8". The BASSLINK II does add a few additional features including square passive radiators that maximize cone area and extract additional bass, not to mention an Infinity phanton center channel control, BassLink 4sc docks, and a BassLink 4sc amplifier module that delivers four channels of power. Priced at $399.99, approximately $100 over the BASSLINK, the Infinity BASSLINK II is cited as a superior solution for consumers willing to put forth a little extra money.

  • Dimensions (H x W x D):14-1/2" x 12-1/2" x 8"
  • Power Output: 250W
  • Frequency Response (±3dB): 20Hz - 120Hz
  • Variable Bass EQ: +3dB to -6dB at 45Hz
  • Variable Electronic Crossover: 50Hz - 120Hz
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