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

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thinner than most subwoofer boxes, excellent for a tight fit

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capable of hitting the lowest bass notes

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impact from the speakers can be felt in your chest

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installation is easy enough for entry-level users

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doesn't drain your battery while running, headlights stay bright

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Cons

enclosure wears out with regular use, starts to sound like something is loose

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not as much power as some systems, won't rattle any cars around you

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The Infinity BASSLINK T is a 10” subwoofer equipped with class D subwoofer amplifier. An upgrade from the BASSLINK and BASSLINK II, the BASSLINK T is the only model in the BASSLINK series to include two 10” passive radiators, thereby increasing the length of the amplifier to 40-3/8” (versus 12-1/2”). The BASSLINK T also includes 250w of power (versus the BASSLINK’s 200w), as well as proprietary signal processing, user-adjustable controls, variable input sensitivity, a continuously variable electronic low-pass filter, and remote level bass controls that allow the user to adjust the bass from the driver’s seat. The BASSLINK T, however, does sport an inferior frequency of 70Hz - 170Hz (versus 20Hz-120Hz). Nonetheless, the $499.99 Infinity BASSLINK T is described as a favorable subwoofer for consumers seeking a easy-to-use subwoofer that sports great bass and optimum performance.

Features
  • Dimensions (H x W x D): 14-3/8 x 40-3/8 x 6-7/16
  • Power Output: 250W RMS
  • Frequency Response (±3dB): 20Hz - 170Hz
  • Variable Bass EQ: +3dB to -6dB at 45Hz
  • Variable Electronic Crossover: 70Hz - 170Hz
  • Phase Control: 0 or 180 degrees
  • Preamp Level Inputs: 250mV –4V
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