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Infinity BassLink Mini

Compact powered subwoofer with 6"x8" sub and 100-watt amp

Item # 108BASSLMI

Infinity believes that everyone deserves great bass, even if your vehicle isn't exactly "roomy".

Infinity believes that everyone deserves great bass, even if your vehicle isn't exactly "roomy".

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About the Infinity BassLink Mini

Infinity bass in a small package

Infinity believes that everyone deserves great bass, even if your vehicle isn't exactly "roomy". That's why they designed the Infinity BassLink Mini — a shallow 6"x8" woofer in a compact enclosure that packs in a whopping 100 watts of RMS power. Install it under just about any seat and you'll be adding a whole lotta punch to your system. Plus, Infinity knows that a car floor isn't the tenderest of settings, so they employ a die-cast anodized aluminum enclosure and metal grille to protect the speaker from accidental damage.

Infinity bass in a small package

Infinity believes that everyone deserves great bass, even if your vehicle isn't exactly "roomy". That's why they designed the Infinity BassLink Mini — a shallow 6"x8" woofer in a compact enclosure that packs in a whopping 100 watts of RMS power. Install it under just about any seat and you'll be adding a whole lotta punch to your system. Plus, Infinity knows that a car floor isn't the tenderest of settings, so they employ a die-cast anodized aluminum enclosure and metal grille to protect the speaker from accidental damage.

Keep on top of that bass

The low-pass filter, adjustable bass boost, and phase switch help you dial in your sound. Line- and speaker-level inputs with switchable load give you multiple options for wiring your system. The included wiring harness simplifies installation, and a wired remote control lets you adjust the sub's volume from the driver's seat. When you need to bring modern bass response to the cramped spaces of today's vehicles, the BassLink Mini delivers great sound in an easy-to-fit package.

Important Note: You'll need a wiring kit to install this Infinity powered sub. 


Product highlights:

  • powered subwoofer with die-cast aluminum enclosure
  • 6"x8" shallow-profile woofer
  • built-in amplifier: 100 watts RMS (200 watts peak)
  • 10-gauge amp wiring kit required (sold separately)
  • controls:
    • low-pass crossover variable from 50-150 Hz at 12 dB per octave
    • variable bass boost (0 to +12 dB at 50 Hz)
    • phase switch (selectable 0 or 180 degrees)
    • wired remote volume control (with 16.5-foot cable)
  • speaker and line-level inputs
  • frequency response: 30-150 Hz
  • dimensions: 11-3/8"W x 2-7/8"H x 8-1/4"D
  • warranty: 1 year
  • Our 60-day money-back guarantee

What's in the box:

  • Amplified 6x8" subwoofer
  • Two 15A ATC fuses (1 installed/1 spare)
  • 12" Speaker and power input harness
  • RBC Remote bass control
  • 16.5' Remote bass control cable (RJ-25)
  • 4 Mounting brackets
  • Four 1" Philip-head screws
  • Two 1/2" Philips-head screws
  • Four 1/4" machine screws
  • Owner's manual (Eng/Span/Fren/Others)

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Features & specs

Enclosure Type Sealed
Finish Material Aluminum
Grille Metal mesh
Connector Type RCA, 10-pin harness
Bi-amp Inputs No
Woofer Size (inches) 6x8
Woofer Material Poly
Passive Radiator ---
Width 11-3/8"
Height 2-7/8"
Depth 8-1/4"
Second Depth N/A
Parts Warranty 1 Year
Labor Warranty 1 Year
Frequency Response ---
Amplifier Power (RMS) 100 watts
Maximum Wattage 200 watts
Sensitivity ---
Impedance ---
Second Voice Coil Impedance ---
Crossover Point 50-150Hz

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Overview: The Infinity BassLink Mini compact powered subwoofer features a single 6" x 8" driver powered by a 100W RMS (200W Peak) built-in amplifier, and housed in a compact sealed enclosure that's designed to fit under seats and in tight spaces.

  • Note: The Infinity BassLink Mini does not include any wiring; a 12 AWG (minimum) amp wiring kit is recommended and must be purchased separately.

Enclosure Type and Materials: The sealed enclosure is made of all-die-cast aluminum that allows it to be compact while eliminating rattles and vibrations.

Class D Amplifier: This unit has a built-in 100 watt Class D amplifier which is highly efficient and designed specifically for use with the included 6" x 8" subwoofer driver.

Audio Inputs: The Infinity BassLink Mini features both low-level RCA inputs as well as speaker-level inputs on a 12" 10-pin harness. If using speaker-level inputs, a corresponding Audio Sense switch can be set to ON, allowing the amp to automatically power on with an incoming audio signal, and eliminating the need for running a remote turn-on wire from the headunit. If using the RCA inputs, a remote turn-on wire will need to be run from the headunit.

Low-Pass Crossover: The low-pass crossover frequency can be varied from 50Hz to 150Hz for a seamless transition between the output of this unit and that of the other speakers in the vehicle. The crossover has a slope of 12dB per octave.

Bass Boost: The amplifier includes a continuously adjustable bass boost from 0dB to +12dB centered at 50Hz.

Phase Switch: Allows you to select normal or reverse for best bass.

Level: This rotary control determines the amount of input signal, with either high- or low-level inputs, and has the following sensitivity range:

  • Low: 0.1V - 4.0V
  • High: 0.25V - 10V

Power: The power (+12V), ground, and remote turn-on connections are provided on the 12" 10-pin input harness. The amp is protected by a 15A ATO fuse that's pre-installed, and includes a spare 15A fuse.

Mounting: With a height of 2-7/8", the BassLink Mini can be mounted flat under a wide variety of  vehicle seats, as well as in the trunks of most vehicles. Mounting brackets and hardware are provided.

Remote Bass Control (RBC): The included Remote Bass Control (RBC) is a wired remote bass knob which allows you control the bass level of your Infinity BassLink Mini remotely from the front of the vehicle. The Remote Bass Control (RBC) comes with a 16.5' cable, terminated in RJ-25 connectors, and features integrated mounting flanges for mounting it under your dash with the provided hardware.

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16 questions already asked

If I use the remote control does it over ride the Gain control on the amp? Thanks
[ Vincent  Feb 23, 2021 ]
3 answers
Yes it does. The remote takes control of the gain.
[ MARK A  Feb 23, 2021 ]
The remote operates from 0 (silent) to the gain setting controlled by the screw. If the gain is set at maximum then the remote effectively functions as a gain control. If the gain is set at 50% then the remote adjusts from 0 to 50%.
[ GARY  Feb 23, 2021 ]
It does not. The max setting on the knob is what you set the gain at.
[ CHRISTOPHER  Feb 23, 2021 ]
can you install 2 of these and link a single bass controller knob to both?
[ klavikle  Feb 16, 2021 ]
1 answer
Based on the connection, my guess would be "no.". However, the controller is pretty small....
[ Don  Feb 16, 2021 ]
I have a dedicated RCA output on my Fusion Head Unit (marine stereo). My question is can I use that output and connect it to the L/R inputs on the sub, or will I have to do something different?
[ Steve F  Dec 07, 2020 ]
2 answers
Definite yes. You're very lucky you have this available Low-Input. The drawback behind this wiring setup is you'll need to use the Trigger-On line of the factory radio to activate your Powered Subwoofer.
[ Aristotle  Dec 27, 2020 ]
As i was told by the sales support staff, that is a pre-amp out. Since the device is powered, all you have to do is plug it in, and power the speaker and you are all good. Worked for me
[ CHRIS  Dec 07, 2020 ]
How many channels is this sub?
[ Tom  Dec 01, 2020 ]
5 answers
Tom not sure I understand the question. I guess tecnically it is two channel in the sense that I ran a left and right RCA input from my head unit. I use it in an older 911 and it works great. it adds good low end and was easy to install. Dont expect massive bass but for the money and size it works great
[ Michael  Dec 02, 2020 ]
It has 2 channel inputs either preamp or speaker level. Of course there is no output
[ Rob S  Dec 01, 2020 ]
This sub has a one-channel amplifier to power the built in bass speaker.
[ Mike  Dec 01, 2020 ]
There are no channels it's a powered subwoofer. Give it a source and some power and it goes bump.
[ CHRISTOPHER  Dec 01, 2020 ]
It's a single self-amped speaker. It'll accept left and right speaker wires, OR an unpowered sub output line (rca) from the car stereo head amp.
[ james  Dec 01, 2020 ]
How many channels is this sub?
[ Tom  Dec 01, 2020 ]
4 answers
Sub Woofers usually requires no more than 1 channel. The essence of Bass doesn't require two channels; therefore, 1 speaker only.
[ Aristotle  Dec 27, 2020 ]
[ KEITH  Dec 02, 2020 ]
It has no other conections to other speakers. It's One Speaker and One Amp. But the sound is very much, as if you had a 10' woofer. I LOVEIT!!
[ MARIO  Dec 02, 2020 ]
There's two input channels, which are blended/mixed/stirred or otherwise used to produce one single output: The single speaker.
[ Don  Dec 01, 2020 ]
What is the sound range of this subwoofer?
[ Ramsey  Nov 25, 2020 ]
3 answers
Because of its sound quality, Its specs are accurately described in the Product Features.
[ Aristotle  Dec 27, 2020 ]
As stated on the box, subwoofer is rated at 100 watts rms, 200 watts max. Frequency response is 30 Hz to 150 Hz.
[ Guest  Dec 08, 2020 ]
For it's size the range is quite impressive. Very happy with it. It fills in the bass very nice without being over the top.
[ Justin  Dec 07, 2020 ]
Planning on putting this in a Honda Ridgeline that has existing factory sub behind back seat that i would like to keep. Should I tap into those wires or speaker wires coming out of stock head unit? I will run separate line for power.
[ Michael  Nov 25, 2020 ]
4 answers
You can run the wires with the factory speaker wires and should be ok.
[ CHRIS  Dec 04, 2020 ]
I tapped into the two rear deck speakers in my Honda Accord and it sounds/feels fantastic to me. I had debated tapping into the stock sub instead, but I wasn't sure if I would be restricted to Honda's tune on the bass and opted otherwise. I imagine that you should be fine either way. I will also warn you to disconnect the ANC (Active Noise Cancelation) module if your Ridgeline has one, because it WILL interfere with an aftermarket sub's performance. Good luck and hope you like the results.
[ SPENCER  Dec 04, 2020 ]
Hello Michael, i bought this product for my 2004 Camry LE, without JLB or factory Sub. I tap it to front speaker wire. if you have existing subwoofer from factory and you want to tap to OEM sub, i think you would need to know if the OEM sub is just subwoofer speaker or does it has built in amp and filter. if OEM sub is just a just a speaker without built-in amp and filters, that mean, the head unit sending low frequency already tune for the subwoofer speaker, in this case i suggest you tap to speaker wire because speaker wire will be all range of frequency and infinity bass link has built in amp with filter to filter out the low frequency to meet your needs of listening. if OEM sub is similar to infinity bass link, (with built in amp and filter), you will be ok to tap that, most likely. This is just my opinion. you can referee to installation manual as well.
[ AUNG  Dec 04, 2020 ]
I actually had it installed because I didn't want to mess with the factory head unit. If I was in your spot, I would definitely run a separate power line but I would probably use the existing speaker wire unless you need to add a little more sound to the sub. This unit not only gave some decent bass but made all the speakers sound 1000x better.
[ CRAIG  Dec 04, 2020 ]
Would this be a good choice to use under the seat or in the console in a 2005 Jeep Wrangler? If not do you have any recomendations?
[ Sleet   Nov 24, 2020 ]
9 answers
I installed this under the passenger seat in my Subaru Crosstrek it had plenty of space to tuck in the wires and the seat still slides above it with no issue. It does block one of the under seat vents. Of course, I'm talking about a crosstrek and I have no idea the space under your seat but I'd take out the seat and take some measurements then shop around for what fits as that's what I did. you might find some answers to the dimensions question if you search some jeep forums.
[ Sean  Dec 05, 2020 ]
Definitely works under the seat. I installed mine under the passenger seat in my 2009 Wrangler 2 door. I don't think you could get it in the console or if you could there would be no space left in console. Would highly recommend this sub. This has been a wonderful addition to my system.
[ JOHN  Dec 05, 2020 ]
i don't know how much clearance you need under your seat. I mounted mine on a 5/8 piece of plywood it sits about 31/4" high and used the front two seat studs to hold the assembly in place
[ RAMON  Dec 05, 2020 ]
Not sure about the specific application for a Jeep Wrangler, but I can tell you I am super pleased with the product, the performance and the adjustability, and quality so far. They are not loud per se, earth-shakers to people who are outside of the vehicle. But they provide excellent bass response and a good punch inside my little convertible. I feel the thump in my seat and back.
[ MARSHALL SCOTT  Dec 05, 2020 ]
I installed it in my son's 2004 Subaru Outback. Very tight fit under the passenger seat, which now can't slide all the way back. Plenty of room around the sides; the height is the issue. Sounds GREAT though.
[ RONALD  Dec 05, 2020 ]
I installed under the rear passenger side seat. It's small but not small enough to fit in the console. I used to own a 2017 Jeep Wrangler. I remember the middle console being pretty small. For its size it does pack a punch.
[ JOSEPH  Dec 04, 2020 ]
I just installed this sub under the seat of a 2010 2 door Jeep Wrangler. It fits nicely, vastly improved the stereo sound, and is out of the way. I kept the factory head unit/radio and opted not to remove it for installation. Instead, I patched in audio signal from the rear speakers and it worked out nicely. Media converter was not necessary to do this.
[ CHRISTOPEHER  Dec 04, 2020 ]
This device sounds great under the back seat of my Chevy Silverado. I'm very pleased with it. It came with everything needed for a professional installation.
[ LEE  Dec 04, 2020 ]
This would be a perfect choice for your wrangler!
[ JAMES  Dec 04, 2020 ]
How would you hook this to a 2018 ecosport if they recommend not to change the factory unit? Is there Amp hookups on the factory deck?
[ Andyj  Nov 24, 2020 ]
4 answers
You'll need the vehicle Service Manual to traced the wiring color codes and location.
[ Aristotle  Dec 27, 2020 ]
Sorry...I can't answer this specifically. I would believe the Crutchfield techs would be better suited to answer.
[ Mary  Dec 04, 2020 ]
I took mine to a local stereo shop. I was told that they hooked up to factory speaker leads for the high low converter. They did not do anything near the head unit to connect this. Sounds good for the size
[ HECTOR  Dec 04, 2020 ]
To the speaker don't use the RC jacks and the power to the battery
[ ANTHONY  Dec 04, 2020 ]
Already have a Kicker key amplifier hooked up to the battery in the trunk of my 2006 Saturn Ion. Is there somewhere I can hook up my subwoofer in my engine compartment to battery voltage?
[ ROY  Oct 11, 2020 ]
2 answers
The car should have a battery terminal in the engine compartment and can use that for the hot line.
[ LARRY  Oct 30, 2020 ]
There should be a positive post under the hood used for boosting your vehicle. Use this for power and ground to any metal surface. Hope this helps.
[ MARK A  Oct 30, 2020 ]
How do you connect this to a 2019kia niro that does not have a 12V battery?
[ Erica  Sep 27, 2020 ]
2 answers
Usually, the best 12V source is from a cigarette lighter; however, not too familiar electrically with eco/hybrid vehicles.
[ Aristotle  Dec 27, 2020 ]
Take your car to a shop
[ JOSE  Sep 27, 2020 ]
What s this unit weigh?
[ Dave  Sep 13, 2020 ]
2 answers
Its weight is pretty impressive; heavy using one hand; using two hands is recommended.
[ Aristotle  Dec 27, 2020 ]
This unit weighs about 5 pounds. I put 2 in my pickup.
[ MARK A  Sep 14, 2020 ]
Will this match up with a 2013 Hyundai Elantra factory system?
[ Phil  Sep 10, 2020 ]
1 answer
This unit is designed to be compatible with any car radio. In order to further help you in your wirings is to research for the 2013 Hyundai Elantra Service Manual; this has significantly helped my wiring correctly. The most obvious way is using the radio's speaker wirings; Infinity BassLink Mini has a Switch to select High Input Mode, Auto Turn-On.
[ Aristotle  Dec 27, 2020 ]
Can use this subwoofer on its side behind a seat rather than under it?
[ Raymond  Aug 31, 2020 ]
2 answers
It was designed dynamically for any tight space desired.
[ Aristotle  Dec 27, 2020 ]
Absolutely yes. I installed in on the vertical rear panel of a pickup truck, behind the rear seat.
[ Don  Sep 19, 2020 ]
Can two of these be wired together to run at the same time?
[ Bray  Aug 31, 2020 ]
1 answer
Yes, but do not listen to music on auxiliary without the engine running. In a car like my Honda HR-V, this kills the battery quickly.
[ JEFFRY  Aug 31, 2020 ]

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