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Infinity Reference Basslink II 250-Watt Dual 10-Inch Powered Subwoofer System (Black)


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  • 250-Watt powered subwoofer system with vertical or horizontal mounting to fit tight spaces
  • Square 10-inch subwoofer and 10-inch passive radiator maximize cone area and provide more bass output from a smaller housing
  • Expansion slot for optional 35 Watt x 4 system amplifier with phantom center channel control
  • User-adjustable input sensitivity, crossover frequency and bass-boost to optimize for any installation
  • Included remote bass level control; One-year warranty
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Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight22 pounds
Product Dimensions15.3 x 8.8 x 15.1 inches
Item model numberInfinity Reference Basslink II
Warranty1 Year Parts and Labor
  
Additional Information
ASINB000A6GK4E
Shipping Weight26.9 pounds
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableMarch 24, 2006
  
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Infinity
  • Model: Infinity Reference Basslink II
  • Warranty: 1 Year Parts and Labor

Product Description

Product Description

The Infinity Basslink II is 250 Watt Powered Subwoofer System. It uses a 250 Watt Class D amplifier and two 10-inch subwoofers. One of the subwoofers is active and the other is a passive radiator. It has a variable electronic crossover which is variable for 50Hz to 120Hz. It has a Bass EQ of +3db to -6db at 45 Hz. There is an expansion slot for the Basslink 4SC multichannel amplifier which can be added to run additional speakers. Included with the Basslink II is a remote bass-level control. Infinity Systems is a leader in loudspeaker and amplifier design for both car and home speaker systems and is part of Harman International.

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For the ultimate in easy-to-install upgrades, consider a BassLink II and 4sc combination. The BassLink II powered subwoofer system includes a square 10-inch woofer, a square 10-inch passive radiator and a 250-watt Class D amplifier, and is designed to house the BassLink 4sc amplifier expansion, available separately.

The Infinity BassLink Series

The BassLink line includes everything you need for great bass in your car, with no hassle. A subwoofer system is more than just a great speaker. Great bass requires an amplifier, an enclosure and a speaker to work together as a system. Because all the components in a BassLink system were designed to go together, each component was optimized for its particular job. The result is great bass in a cool-looking, space-saving package.



Add bass where space is tight.

Infinity BassLink II Features

Square One
Both the BassLink II's 10-inch subwoofer and 10-inch passive radiator are square. Infinity's goal was to maximize cone area and extract every last ounce of bass output out of this modestly sized housing.

Mounting Versatility
BassLink II can be mounted vertically or horizontally thanks to its unique mounting system. It provides user-adjustable input sensitivity, crossover frequency and bass-boost, allowing its performance to be optimized for any installation.

Class D Power
BassLink II features a 250W Class D subwoofer amplifier, providing all of the horsepower needed to drive the 10" subwoofer to fill the largest of SUVs.

Onboard Variable Crossovers
Includes an on-board electronic crossover, variable from 32Hz to 320Hz, to dial in just the right amount of mid frequencies for your system.

Included Remote Level Control
The amount of bass in popular recordings differs greatly from track to track. This remote level control varies the output of the amplifier from no output up to the maximum output level that you set with the input sensitivity control.



Infinity BassLink II Specifications

Amplifier Power: 250W RMS
Frequency Response: 20Hz to 120Hz
Fuse: 25A
Max. Current Draw: 26A
Idle Current Draw: Less than 800mA
Input Sensitivity: 50mV to 4V Line-level input; 1V to 16V universal interface
Crossover Frequency: 50Hz to 120Hz
Crossover Slope: 12dB per octave
Bass Boost: -6dB to +3dB @ 40Hz
Dimensions (L x W x H): 15-1/16 x 8-3/4 x 15-5/16 inches (383mm x 223mm x 389mm)
Sub Level Control (with housing): 2-3/16 x 2-5/16 x 7/8 inches (56 x 59 x 23 mm)
Sub Level Control (without housing): 2-3/16 x 1-5/16 x 3/4 inches (56 x 34 x 20 mm)



About Infinity

Infinity was founded in 1968 on a unique blend of technology, performance, and design. Today, Infinity offers three tiers of automotive speakers comparable to the best home-audio components. Infinity Kappa Perfect, Kappa, and Reference Series speakers deliver performance that rivals the best the competition has to offer.


What's in the Box

Infinity Reference Basslink II 250-Watt Powered Subwoofer System (Black), Remote Bass COntrol Module and Cable, Two RCA Cables and Two Speaker-Level Wiring Harnesses, Mounting Hardware, User Manual


BassLink 4sc Amplifier Module Add-On

Expansion slot for BassLink 4sc amplifier module
BassLink II can be expanded to power an entire vehicle audio system using the BassLink 4sc amplifier module, which delivers 4 channels of real power. The BassLink 4sc docks right inside of BassLink II and shares common power and audio conntection, allowing you to add the module and simply run new speaker wires to the front and rear speakers. The BassLink 4sc also comes equipped with Infinity's phantom center channel control. This allows you to really dial in the image to optimize performance of the system. The BassLink 4sc even comes with a setup disc to help you dial it in.

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I am really happy with my choice!
chuckk23
People are experiencing failures within the first few hours to days to year.
Ronald Epstein
I mostly like rock music, but I also listen to jazz, blues and acoustical.
tpo

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By AP on June 11, 2006
Just recently had the Basslink II install in my Ford ranger. Along with Infinity Kappa speakers and a 400 watt Clarion amp, I am absolutely blown away by the total sound. The Basslink installed in a minimum of space and sounds much bigger than it's size. It give a deep, rich sound without distortion at levels much higher than I would normally use. It is highly adjustable with controls for gain, crossover and volume. I would highly recommend this unit for anyone who wants the best.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By john feichtel on April 17, 2008
I recently purchased a Basslink II to add a little thump to my current system. I didn't want it to be heard thumping blocks away, but something to spice up my Kenwood CD deck in my Elantra.
Well, the unit does what it says and beat my expectations, for such a small unit. I was planning on installing it my self like I did with my speakers, but balked at cutting into my battery terminals and going through my firewall to run the power connections. I went to BestBuy who installed it for me for about $100, which was well worth my time and effort.
When I first heard it started up in the garage bay, I looked at my brother and we smiled and looked at each other in amazement! This sucker rocks even when mounted in my trunk! This will not part your hair in the back of your head but does a fantastic job. I would have rated it 5 stars had it parted my hair! Still I am satisfied and my ears thank me!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By chuckk23 on February 21, 2011
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I had this subwoofer system recently installed in my vehicle to add a little more "low end" to the sound system, and I must say that I am thoroughly impressed. The existing stereo and the Basslink II compliment each other perfectly, and it does not take up much room in the car. I contemplated the option of spending alot of money replacing all of the components in the car, but I am leasing, and the stock speakers sound pretty good (plus did not want to mess with the head unit since it has navigation etc.). If you are looking for something to add a little more to your sound system and do not want to spend tons of money to do it, look no further! I am really happy with my choice!
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Thomas Simmons on December 25, 2011
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Once you get a subwoffer that actually works this things loud. I had to return 4 basslink until i got one that worked.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By J. Phillips on February 12, 2011
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The size and specs of this unit are DECEIVING! I was able to fit this behind the bench seat of my pickup (no cab)...yep it fit, and it sounds amazing in there. It sounds as though you have something much larger because of the amount of space it's enriching.
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22 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Ronald Epstein on March 5, 2010
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Recently purchased a Cadillac RSX which had a premium Bose system
installed. However, anyone that knows audio knows how much of an
overpriced, underperformed speaker line like Bose is. Sure enough,
the experience of listening to music in my vehicle was nothing short
of bland.

I sought to purchase a subwoofer. Needed something with a small
footprint since I didn't have a lot of cargo space in my crossover vehicle.

The Infinity Basslink and Basslink II were recommended to me by my
trusted local installer. I spent hours upon hours scouring the Internet
and reading every review out there about this subwoofer.

I should have listened to the reviews. I should have listened.

The failure rate on the Basslink models are pretty high. Go ahead
and read reviews on Amazon and Crutchfield. Put BASSLINK into
Google and read the reviews on the various car forums. People are
experiencing failures within the first few hours to days to year.

I should have listened to the reviews. I should have listened.

I ordered the Basslink II from Amazon and had it installed. For
the first few days, this thing rocked! It was the exact solution
my vehicle needed. The sound system in my SRX went from a
"6" to a "10." I was a happy camper!

Two days later, the Basslink II began making a horrific rattling
sound. Opened the cargo area to listen to inconsistent bass
delivery overridden by rattling. This is exactly what the many
reviews across the Internet warned.

So, I am in the process of getting a refund from Amazon. I am
going to order a Pioneer enclosed subwoofer with amp.
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By Russell W. Giaimo on July 5, 2014
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Get a high level to low level converter or you will have issues. I would buy again.
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By Tyler Kent on July 12, 2013
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I have had this thing for four years now. It is absolutely perfect. Clean, compact, powerful, precise, efficient, with great frequency range. It plays well on any kind of music and hits hard if you want it to, or light if that is your preference. It fits wonderfully in the corner of my trunk and takes up very little space. Nobody believes it when I show them what is making all that noise in the truck. Lots of bump for a little device and a nice price.
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