Infinity BassLink

Powered subwoofer: 200 watts and a 10" sub

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You crave high-performance bass, but you don't want to use all of your available cargo space to get it. The master designers at Infinity put the same state-of-the-art technology that distinguishes Infinity speakers into the BassLink amplified subwoofer, so although it takes up just one cubic foot of trunk space, it'll produce resounding bass in any vehicle.

The BassLink brings together a 10" subwoofer, a 10" passive radiator (to increase efficiency and limit distortion), and an extremely efficient, specially designed 200-watt Class D amplifier that work as an integrated system. Special circuitry monitors voice coil position to maintain linearity at high power levels, so you hear loud, clear bass.

An array of controls will enable you to tweak your bass until it has just the thump you want. For optimum system blending, the low-pass filter is variable between 50-120 Hz (12 dB per octave), and a phase switch (0- or 180-degrees) is included. Adjust low bass impact with the bass EQ feature (-6 dB to +3 dB at 40 Hz). And you'll be able to put BassLink in a variety of in-vehicle locations, thanks to brackets that enable the rigid polymer box to be mounted vertically or horizontally. A wired remote with 16-foot cable allows you to adjust your BassLink's volume from your dash.

Read a hands-on review of the BassLink in the Crutchfield Learning Center.


  • 10" woofer and 10" passive radiator
  • Class D 200-watt amplifier
  • wired volume control with 16-foot cable
  • frequency response 20-120 Hz
  • low-pass crossover variable from 50-120 Hz at 12 dB per octave
  • speaker and line-level inputs
  • phase switch
  • bass boost adjusts from -6 dB to +3 dB at 40 Hz
  • 20-amp fuse
  • auto turn-on with speaker-level inputs
  • remote turn-on lead (12V) required for use with RCA inputs
  • 19' speaker-level input wires with plug-in harness included
  • 14-1/2"W x 13-3/8"H x 9-7/8"D (vertical mount); 14-1/2"W x 9-1/2"H x 15-3/16"D (horizontal mount)
  • warranty: 1 year
  • Our 60-day money-back guarantee

Who needs a powered subwoofer?

To produce bass, you need a sub, an enclosure, and an amplifier, and it can be little tricky to match them all up. A powered sub eliminates all the hassle, as the manufacturer designs the enclosure to house the sub and amp together. This all-in-one solution is especially useful in smaller vehicles, where there's no room to mount a separate amp, or in any vehicle where you need every bit of cargo space. Powered subs range from small, flat boxes that fit under your seat to larger boxes that go in your trunk.

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Good value

Written By Bleezo, International falls, mn on Saturday, August 01, 2015

Versatile and easy to install to factory systems.

Hold on to your receipt

Written By RickB, Rising Sun, MD on Wednesday, July 29, 2015

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As other reviewers have said, this is a great little sub - as long as it works. I installed it with no difficulty in my Prius, and the sound was terrific for about 6 months. After that, it seemed to be dead as a doornail. The power light was still on, but I could not get any output at all.

Crutchfield, however, was awesome and quickly shipped me a replacement. Popped in the new sub, and now I am back in business. At least temporarily.

Pros: Easy to install, good output, fused on the sub, autoturn on, and bass link control (although in reality I don't use this much).

Cons: Only lasted 6 months.

life of unit

Written By Paul, Virginia on Wednesday, July 08, 2015

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The sound is pretty good,but like other reviews on here,i had the same problem,the it dies at an early age.Mine lasted less than 2 years.Dont waste your money

Pros: good sound,easy installation

Cons: lifespan

Infinity BassLink Awsome

Written By KirkH, Michigan on Tuesday, June 30, 2015

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I was looking for a way to add more sound and bass to my factory stereo without cutting up the wire harness. A Crutchfield member recommended the Infinity BassLink. It was simple to install, and sound great. It adds just enough bass.

Pros: Sounds Great and easy to install.

Cons: I haven't found any cons.

Excellent sub for being one that I didn't build (grin).

Written By PrecisionAudio, Minnesota on Sunday, June 21, 2015

I bought one of these MANY years ago. As in when the first model came out. I didn't feel like building a car sub after I've built quite a few home subs (and other speakers too). I didn't expect much oomph out of it or accuracy of signal due to its design (its physics mimic how a marching band member's bass drum works, ya know? Servo controlled active cone with a drone cone on the opposite side. So I was thinking it could be a "one note wonder" and not musical at all to complement my Polk SR6500's, JL Audio amp for those, and a nice Pioneer deck. Again, I bought most of these items YEARS ago. BUT, everything still sounds awesome. There is one kickdrum note in particular song that often makes me look in the rearview mirror to see if what I felt on my back while in the driver's seat was from someone slightly rear ending me! This model won't break any records and a homebrew one by myself could likely do even better but the price is right, the sound quality is really great (you need to find the best location and orientation for it, BTW), and you can wreck your hearing in 30 minutes with it according to my SPL meter and OSHA. I have it inside my 98 Jeep Grand Cherokee, trunk area (of course), with it standing "upright" on the passenger side, its drone cone right up against the slightly sloping rear seat's back (so that is pretty much muffled) and the active cone firing directly towards the rear hatch. The rear trunk space, which has no "top" acts like a large enclosure for it!

Pros: The Matrix sndtrack has a ton of drums & bass drums. You WILL be impressed. I have freq gen tracks & it won't get down to 20Hz but 30 with no problem. The Jeep is very airtight even after all these years so just cracking open the rear passenger window say 1-2" further enhances how low this smaller sub can go. And it really isn't audible to those outside...just mammoth sound inside (great Jeep insulation). Remember, if you are going to use-up your hearing, do it with quality equipment & music!!

Cons: After years of super hot summers and super cold winters, a crack in its thick plastic enclosure/case has appeared but structurally and sonically, the crack is irrelevant. The "total system" with the Polks and one Basslink can demand 500 watts total RMS (150x150 for the Polks and 200 for the Infinity sub) so geting a cap would be nice to your generator. From years of not using a cap (headlights didn't dim to the beat at all), my alt died so I upgraded to a 135Watter & cap.

Added thump without the expensive price

Written By John D., Virginia on Saturday, June 20, 2015

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Very good powered sub amplifier

Pros: Good product from Infinity.

Cons: Little bulky for tight trunk space

Infinity BassLink Troubles

Written By Daniel, Raleigh NC on Tuesday, June 02, 2015

I have gone though two of these each lasting well under a year. For the amount of money that I put in to this product I am very unhappy with the lifetime although quality was good.