If you crave high-performance bass but don't have a lot of space, Infinity has a great solution the BassLink II car subwoofer. The engineers at Infinity used state-of-the-art technology to create this compact, powerful, and expandable amplified sub. Though it takes up just one cubic foot of trunk space, it'll produce resounding bass in any vehicle.
The BassLink II brings together a 10" square subwoofer and a specially designed 250-watt amplifier, and then adds a 10" square passive radiator (non-powered speaker) to increase efficiency. This inventive combination provides loud, clear bass in a fraction of the space taken up by conventional sub boxes.
An array of controls lets you tweak your bass for the kind of thump you want. The low-pass filter adjusts the range of frequencies amplified by the BassLink II, while a phase control ensures that the sub works with the speakers in your car, not against them. Raise or lower the bass impact with the bass boost feature, and control the level with the wired remote.
Mounting brackets allow you to install the rigid polymer box vertically or horizontally, so you'll be able to fit this compact enclosure almost anywhere. And you can connect this powered sub to any car system, even a factory radio.
The BassLink II is also expandable, with a port that allows easy connection of Infinity's 4sc multichannel amp module (sold separately). The module provides 50 watts of power to four channels plenty of clean power to drive the other speakers in your car.