This sounds awesome and a great price. It's perfect for jeeps. Thanks
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coal township, PA
July 1, 2010
Bought the basslink for my kids civic. Really easy to install and wire up, great bass. Tuned it about 3/4 of what it could be turned to and it sounds great. I would buy this again in a heartbeat.
I have had no problems with it and am very happy with it.
46 of 77 found this helpful
December 9, 2009
2001 Chevy Silverado ext cab. Fits nicely under rear seat of extended cab, provides plenty of bass for me! Really does fill the cab with loud bass, if I want it, and if not I can just dial it down or off with the remote gain control. Hits hard and clean. I really do enjoy the Basslink and the install was pretty easy considering I've never installed car audio equipment. Although, I am pretty handy and technically minded. I would definitely buy again and again and have recommended it to many of my friends. After 6 months, no problems, sounds brand new. Also, Sonic Electronix had the best price that I could find, hands down. I listen to lots of different music too.
41 of 72 found this helpful
El Paso, TX
January 4, 2015
The basslink sounds good with some songs but bottoms out a lot on many songs even with the gain not being all the way up. If you have owned a decent subwoofer and amplifier in the past you will be disappointed. I wasn't expecting car rattling bass but my hope was that it would supplement my car's stock system with out it sounding so distorted. It is installed in the trunk of a 15' Nissan Altima using an AudioControl LC2i line output converter. I listen to EDM, hip-hop, and rock.
43 of 79 found this helpful
January 10, 2014
Great bass for compact packg. I have the Basslink II in my car and truck. Built-in amp with gain and crossover adjustments work well. It may not have the hard hitting thump of full size sub enclosures, but it is richer and cleaner than other compact or tube subs I have heard. Definitely richer and less muddy than other models.
33 of 59 found this helpful
Overland Park, KS
April 11, 2014
The Infinity BassLink is a solid subwoofer system for anyone that is looking for good sound and a solid thump for a good price that doesn't take up your entire trunk. I've got this Basslink system paired with Infinity Reference coaxials in the front and rear and they turn heads. The bass is loud crisp and easily felt inside while heard outside. I would highly recommend getting a Basslink if you're looking for solid bass without the hassel of having to build a box and get it installed.
Only negative is that the cooling pieces are rather sharp and easy to cut your fingers on when installing.
34 of 62 found this helpful
September 13, 2012
The Infinity Basslink was easy to install, and great that you can use the amplified speaker wires as the remote turn on for the amp. One less wire from the dash was great, I tapped the L/R lines from the factory amp to the rear speakers and it provides the sound input and turns on the amp so just a power line from the battery and a ground in the trunk. 5 stars on ease of install and use.
Installed in an Audi TT coupe so this was more than enough bass. Turned the factory Bose deck to the lowest bass setting and let the Basslink carry the load. Was able to get much more volume out of the factory speakers and kept the remote gain control for the sub at about 1/3 of the available power. Very clean and clear sound, completely changed the factory system for the better.
As the reviews note, the product quality is a concern and my Basslink malfunctioned at 5 months. Amp still has power but no sound to the speaker. My return to Sonic Electronix is in transit, will see what they offer to stand behind the product.
Rating it as an excellent product when it works.
24 of 43 found this helpful
June 12, 2012
This is a great unit. I like the fact that it turns on automatically. Also it is very stable. I have not had to bolt it down in 2 years of ownership. It gives me just the extra umph I was looking for without taking up a lot of space. Definately one of my better purchases
22 of 39 found this helpful
December 29, 2009
This is a great product! I had it in previous vehicles and now have it in a jeep wrangler. Just adds the perfect amount of sound to turn your stock radio into a great sound system. The size of this unit is also very appealing and can be easily removed. I would definitely recommend it to anyone looking for that extra kick, at a small size and price!!
19 of 34 found this helpful
lafayette hill, PA
November 2, 2005
I installed this sub in my Toyota Matrix
Amazing solid bass punch from a compact unit.
Easy instalation options with line or high level input and varible crossover. Quality constuction with powerful built in 200W amp.
Great performance, looks and value.
You can't go wrong!
24 of 44 found this helpful
newport beach, CA
June 24, 2011
It produces solid sub bass performance, although when music is turned up somewhat loud, it begins to sound like it is bottoming out, and you have to turn the bass down on the connected amp. Very good for a subtle system that wants to blend with stock systems, however I do not recommend this for a truck under the back seat as it cancels out with speakers up front, but it still sounds very good if you are not looking for a TON of bass.
24 of 45 found this helpful
Santa Rosa, CA
July 29, 2010
This was for my kid's car who naturally wanted a thousand watt amplifier with speakers that would blow the doors off and cost big bucks. He was very pleased with the performance of the Infinity BassLink. The bass produced is deep and full and much better than we expected. Mounting was a bit problematic as we would have preferred to install it laying flat but opted for the vertical installation to avoid collecting dust and dirt on the speakers. I would be nice if there was some sort of cover for the unit when installed flat to protect it from dust and dirt. The flat installation would be much more stable as well.
41 of 79 found this helpful
July 2, 2009
Unit sounds great when working. Too small to rattle the neighbors windows but is good if you just enjoy listening to your music and dont need to win any contest. I listen to mostly Hard Rock and Heavy Metal. I was very happy with it. Had my unit connected for approx. two month's before it suddenly stopped working.
Had power, but no sound. Sent it back to Inifinty for a replacement under warranty. New Unit is not working upon arrival, Same symptoms. (Replacement unit is Refurbished). Re-Checked my head unit and RCA cables and they tested good. As of this review, I'm in communication with Infinity for another replacement. Hoping to get a refund so I can get something more Reliable.
Pros: Thumps pretty good for a small package, Compact, Installation.
41 of 79 found this helpful
West Nyack, NY
July 12, 2015
I bought this for my girlfriends Honda Civic coupe. She liked the 10" sub I have in my civic (we had the same cars). Thought I would give this loaded sub a try. Hooked it up and I was not impressed with how it performed. Like I said I have a 10" sub and 200watt amp both by kicker and it's like night and day. My JL audio component speakers in my 350z hit harder than this sub. If you have the room and the means to do it go the old fashion way and get a box, sub and amp all separate.
9 of 16 found this helpful
April 15, 2015
Really like the BassLink its the first powered subwoofer speaker I buy and I really enjoyed the Bass it added to my music. Unfortunately mine gave out after 2 yrs of use. However I purchased the warranty for 3 yrs and I just bought the BassLink again as a replacement will be arriving Tuesday Apr 21.
18 of 34 found this helpful
October 21, 2014
I was actually blown away at the sound from this thing. I honestly didn't expect that much bass out of it. The passive radiator, gain settings, and frequency response make this thing a very nice addition to a stock sound system. It won't hit hard like a couple of 12"s, but with the gain setting turned up and volume control settings, you can easily hear it coming down the street. You will need an install kit. The Belva kit offered by SE is decent (from the cable standpoint), but the connectors aren't very good. Install was very easy for me, but I have a fair amount of experience doing this. Very straightforward though, even for a novice. I've only been using it for a month, but so far so good. This unit has a reputation of early amplifier failures, so just get the the 3-year SE warranty (cheap insurance) for peace of mind. You cannot beat the sound and price of this unit. Highly recommended.
25 of 48 found this helpful
November 16, 2010
If you want your neighborhood window to rattle as you drive by, then this is not what you want. I purchased the Basslink for my Fusion. It added a solid thump to my system, and improved the sound quality - as it added more to the spectrum. It was a breeze to install, and does not even require the remote be used, since most aftermarket radios have a designate control for the sub. A great buy!
Cons: I thought it could be louder; heavier bass.
Pros: Easy to install. Great sound for small package. Price point A+.
41 of 80 found this helpful
January 12, 2005
alright this little sub is awesome for adding bass to a setup but dont expect insane bass because it is only a 200 watt sub. this sub does mids and lows nicely. the sound quality is much better than the tube setup. it even has high level inputs so you dont have to buy a line converter. great buy if you need to add bass, still want room, and have everything all in one.
21 of 40 found this helpful
June 1, 2015
I purchased an Infinity BASSLINK and it came with a BAK82 installation kit. This powered subwoofer is fantastic. The kit made it a breese to install. This speaker works VERY well and sounds fantastic. If you have a pickup truck you can't do better than this. Sonic Has a great selection. Will be buy more from Sonic. Five Stars.
8 of 15 found this helpful
Fonda, NY 12068
July 25, 2014
This Infinity Bass Link produces great sounding bass in my 2012 Kia Sportage EX AWD. I mounted it facing upward on the left side of my vehicle. I was so pleased that I've purchased all new Infinity front & rear component speakers. What ever mood I'm in, Jazz, Rock & Roll, Country, I'm in music heaven now! I recommend this company for fast delivery & great service, not to mention Infinity products at a great price, don't forget Free Shipping. You can't go wrong!
22 of 43 found this helpful
Los Angeles, CA
Kansas City, MO
March 20, 2010
Was a great unit while it lasted....two months past the expiration of the warranty it kicked the dust. :( Took it back to where I had it installed and they verified it was burnt out. I'm not too terribly disappointed it went out because while I was pleased with the performance of the sub while listening to music at voice levels. It didn't scale with the volume when I really wanted to turn it up.
It was only up against a stock 270 watt sound system. So I was looking for an excuse to upgrade, I guess I have it now :)
21 of 41 found this helpful
San Antonio, TX
April 12, 2009
I bought this sub and had no problems at all during use. after i had upgraded everything in my car.
Infinity sure knows how to make 1 10" sub go above and beyond. Easy as crap to install, too. its got some problems hitting the REALLY low notes, which was a small problem for me being a techno lover, drum and bass, etc. but if you're looking for a good addition to a low-price sound system this sub is for you. You'll find yourself wondering what music sounded like without it.
18 of 35 found this helpful
Chino Valley AZ
March 31, 2015
I purchased one of these for my son. A little over a year later, it died. The warranty is one year. I tried contacting Infinity to find out how to get it repaired, and they never responded to my emails sent via their website. Tried at least twice, and then tried calling. I ended up buying another one because it's so much work to wire in a new sub. So I have paid twice for the same thing. I hope the second lasts longer than the first.
19 of 38 found this helpful
February 3, 2015
Did not want to shake the windows and back out sheet metal screws, just wanted something small that would augment the low end. Thought about 5 channel amp. and sub., but that was to large for a compact Subaru 2.5RS. This smallish 10" powered sub. was a great choice. Infinity is a good brand that I have liked for years. Front speakers are Infinity components w/good tweeters and I now have a well balanced system. Can't address durability yet, but so far so good.
23 of 46 found this helpful
new castle indiana
November 13, 2014
I've been running this for about a month and can't complain. You won't get tons of bass like you would get from a couple if subs in a box, but for what it is the bass is great. Just enough to balance the sound out in my Jeep, and big bass when called for.
16 of 32 found this helpful
October 17, 2014
This is an easy way to get bass in your car. Sounds clear and bet responsive. I've only had it for a month so I don't know about it's durability. However if you're just looking for some bass that's not excessive then this is the route to go.
21 of 42 found this helpful
Ninety six sc
May 7, 2012
I bought this from Sonic Electronix with some hesitation based on the reviews but have been very happy with it. Installed in a smaller coupe, Audi TT, and you could say it's too much bass. That was part of my concern with it being an all in one unit but it is loud at half gain and crystal clear. Installation was the key selling point on this model with the remote on with line level signal. I did not want to pull my dash and cut into the factory wires and this Infinity box was perfect. I did have to run the main power line from the battery and a ground line in the hatch area but no remote on from the deck. I tapped into my rear speaker lines for the left and right side and that was it. Amp powers on with the head unit and turns off when I turn off the stereo. Couldn't have been easier or cleaner looking.
I have a factory bose system that had four inch woofers in the rear so this was a significant increase. Now I turn my bass down to one click above zero on the head unit so the speakers are all treble and mid and this subwoofer fills in perfectly. I've had it in the car for about 2 months now and no issues. If you're looking for an easy and clean install without changing the factory setup this is your solution. My friend that built his box and bought an amp for the side sounds just as good but takes up twice as much space.
I'm very happy with this all in one for it's ease of install, ease of use. The included remote gain control is perfect, I ran it under the carpet and just lays under my seat. It does come with mounting screws but I'm trying to avoid any sign of the sub being in the car. I use that more than you'd think between music styles and even going from CD to stereo and it's perfect not having to go in the trunk and adjust all the time.
If I sold the car and the buyer insisted on this sub being included, I would buy a new one for the next car with no doubt. I didn't go 5 star on durability because I've only had it for two months but not expecting any issues.
21 of 42 found this helpful
August 9, 2007
This Infinity Sub and amp is amazing. I heard this at a audio-shop and it sound very good. The sound is very clear and the bass is just right for a car/suv/truck/ect. It's not bass that will knock on other people windows, but it's bass that will fit a person who love great sound.
19 of 38 found this helpful
Cape Coral, FL
April 15, 2015
My son purchased this for his regular cab 2007 Colorado. Small space being on our side I knew he didn't need a huge enclosure and multiple subs. This package delivers good bass for all kinds of music and was easy to install. The sub gain does not need to be up much at all to provide a fairly powerful punch. It doesn't blow you out of the truck but it will give a good massage and shake the truck up pretty good! We are happy with the product
14 of 29 found this helpful
September 22, 2013
It's Infinity. That should be enough. I was looking for some low-end to add to my Accord. Not ear piercing, window rattling bass that is heard from three blocks away, but a little bottom punch in all styles of music. After doing my research and speaking with the pros, I chose the BassLink and have been nothing shy of pleased since installing it. It has exceeded all of my expectations. It looks great, takes up very little space, was very easy to install and set up, and it delivers an extremely clean, tight punch for all styles of music. That includes everything from Snoop to Tool.
If your looking to enhance your music without drawing unwanted attention, look no further. The BassLink does come with an external volume control, but after a little messing around, I found that if your car stereo has a sub-woofer control, you don't need to install the external control. To sum it up, most of us would like to add some punch to our stock/semi-stock systems. Look no further, this is it.
18 of 37 found this helpful
March 20, 2012
I received product as ordered in no time. Easy to hook up. Just a few wires and worked like a charm. No need for a separate amp as it is all in one. More bass than most people need. Definitely worth the money. Fit nicely in the trunk and does not take up a lot of room. Come with all the mounting hardware and instructions.
20 of 41 found this helpful
August 15, 2011
I had 6 1/2" speakers in my suv. They provided clear sound but it was all highs and mids, no low range at all. I purchased this item to provide the missing low range in my sound system and because it was an all in one amp and speakers. It not only filled in the missing low end in my system but it rumbles and hits hard enough to make the rear view mirror vibrate. If you're looking to hear the bass in your car or even outside of your car, this will pull it off. If you're looking to get the kind of bass that shakes the whole neighborhood, go buy a full sound system.
16 of 33 found this helpful
July 22, 2011
I've been using it for 6 months, couldn't be happier. Not only bass response, I found also a better quality sound on my BMW and it didn't take a lot of space on trunk. Bass knob at panel great help to control bass.
20 of 41 found this helpful
May 23, 2011
We put this in a 1995 Ford F150 Super Cab. We tried it standing upright and it didn't produce very good bass. We installed a rear seat riser kit and installed the bass horizontally and then it produced good bass. It had some surface to bounce the sound off. Installation was easy and with a built in amp made even easier.
20 of 41 found this helpful
San Diego, California
April 30, 2010
I've had this in my accord since December of 09, and so far it has done the job. I like listening to all sorts of music, and I'm happy. If your into rattling the bolts off your car type of bass, then this isn't for you. If you like your music to have a little bit of bass and still sound good loud, then this would be for you.
20 of 41 found this helpful
January 29, 2010
The Infinity Bass Link was pretty easy to install. It fits into the spare tire well in the trunk of my maserati coupe (no spare tire in this car, just the "fix a flat" can). Hooking up the BL to "sense" and turn on when the head unit comes on lead to a lot of thumping. I rewired it to turn on using the head unit's remote on wire. No more thumping. Overall, extremely well pleased with the sound. It will not annoy the cars around you at a stop light with your windows up, but it sounds just great inside, exponentially better than factory.
18 of 37 found this helpful
June 8, 2015
This Subwoofer does not deliver sharp chisp bass. The enclosere is not really sealed because there is a flexible backing in the enclosure delivering a ported-like sound. It can be loud but there are no sharp, clean deep tones at all.
I had one of this installed in my Volvo S60, expecting a mild but noticeable boost in low bass, it did not deliver, do not believe the hipe. But really at only 100 W RMS, 200 W Max, it was naive to think it could.
5 of 12 found this helpful
May 1, 2015
Purchased the BassLink to add a little extra bass to my '02 Corvette's new after-market audio system. This is an excellent product for the money. Easy to install - all of the hardware including the remote volume control was included. At 200 watts, even with the roof down and traveling at 60MPH, the system really packs a punch.
13 of 28 found this helpful
January 8, 2014
For the price and the quality, you can't beat it. It sounds better than some of the boxes on the market, and literally you can mount it anywhere. I only needed a little extra bass to add to my existing premium sound system, and it's perfect!! It sounds great with every type of music, even with rock, it thumps just the way it should. Love it.
20 of 42 found this helpful
January 2, 2014
Installed in 2005 jeep grand Cherokee. definitely recommend this product for someone looking for good sound in relatively small package. Works well with factory stereo integration for a self powered sub I was surprised with the amount of bass it has. It will not blow your doors off but gives a nice amount of low end bass to your music. I really did not want to use up all my trunk space for a sub and amp combo. Very pleased with basslink and bass control knob is very nice feature to have.
25 of 52 found this helpful
August 15, 2013
At first I was skeptical about this item, I didn't think that such a small speaker could produce an amazing sound. I have a 2001 ford explorer sport and this item was perfect, I was thrill that it also improve the sound of my suv speakers. This built in amp and sub is compact and produces great bass at the right price, I highly recommend this item.
20 of 42 found this helpful
February 28, 2013
All I can say is WOW. I purchased this for my son who wanted some bass in his car without losing the entire trunk. He has a Mitsubishi Eclipse with an Infinity Sound System Factory, which sounded good but needed that extra thump. Install was a cinch, and like I said WOW. The Bass that came from this box was incredible, no rattle (like I expected) just clean pure bass. Once the final adjustments were made he was very pleased, and we were to put his stuff back in the trunk when we finished. Would suggest this anyone looking for an addition to their already decent factory system, but would compare to big box subs also. Thanks Sonic now my son has a complete Infinity System.
16 of 34 found this helpful
August 4, 2010
I love the Bass Link because it was really easy to install and makes my stock stereo sounds much more complete without spending a ton of money. Definitely fills my hatchback with deep bass. I recommend getting one of the cheaper amp kits sold here... it'll do the trick.
21 of 44 found this helpful
May 9, 2010
I just needed something compact, all-in-one that would give my stock system a little more kick. After reviewing several products and contacting some of the local installers, I decided on the Infinity Basslink. One installer said that he wished he carried these because he felt they were the best bang for the buck. I would definitely say he is right. The design is perfect for the back of my GMC Envoy. Doesn't take up too much room. The sound quality is very good. Outside of the car, you can barely tell there it isn't a stock system however, inside, it's a much clearer and louder sound.
19 of 40 found this helpful
Mountain Home AFB, ID
July 30, 2009
If you are looking to improve your factory stereos bass, this will do the trick. There is plenty of volume for most 2 door cars or even Suvs if like mine you have an open area to reach your "trunk". Overall for day to day radio or casual listening this unit works great. If you like heavy mirror shattering bass this is definately not for you. If you want studio quality sound this is not for you. Little boomy and has uneven response to different bass frequecies. For the price though can't go wrong. My car has had Alpine 10v4 Type R's, before that some Fosgate combos costing twice the basslink and definately did not sound twice as good.
21 of 44 found this helpful
July 26, 2005
Just bought this sub to add some bass to my 03 Ford Mustang. I've gotta say, this little sub does pack a nice little punch. The lower bass sure vibrates the car!! Very little room taken up in the trunk and with the remote, you can adjust the bass level from within the car. Would recommend this to anyone that wants to add some bass to there system... would be perfect for a small pickup truck.
21 of 44 found this helpful
July 7, 2015
This powered sub gives me exactly what I want, tight,punchy-bass. I listen to mostly Metal and some Electronic and this sub gives me the range I want. I'm a drummer of over 15 yrs and am very particular about the way my stereo sounds. The Basslink does not disappoint.
5 of 13 found this helpful
February 26, 2015
Install was a breeze, design is decent, and as far as power, for a self amplified, 200 watt compact subwoofer, it will not let you down, also freaquency range and clarity is more than expected as well, great in cold temps.Overall a great buy for me!
18 of 39 found this helpful
January 18, 2015
I am a first time owner of the Infinity Basslink and I love it. It was bought as a gift for my 2013 Hyundai Tucson and the compact design was perfect while still allowing me to keep cargo room open and have great sounding bass with my stock radio. The control box is also made of metal and not plastic which is great. I would definitely recommend the Basslink. I have never been disappointed with Infinity products.
21 of 45 found this helpful
April 22, 2014
Bought this product for an '02 silverado, anyone that owns one knows there is no room in the back or under the seat for a speaker inclosure. This product tucks right up under the rear seat and doesn't impede foot room. The sound quality is great and it was super easy to install. Based on the price and quality I would highly recommend this unit.
31 of 65 found this helpful
Redondo Beach, CA
February 4, 2014
Previous reviews I had read prior to purchase led me to believe this would be a real lightweight sub providing merely adequate sound levels. I was surprised to find that I am using it with the (included) remote level control set at about 3 on a scale of 1 to 10 in volume. Not a window breaker but at least I don't have to drive it at distorting levels to get a very substantial amount of bottom end in a large luxo barge. Although not as musical as a mega $$ set of separates it still provides much more than the 1 note thump-thump lesser subs do. That and the low price, small size and ease of installation make this a no brainer for bass on a budget. I only gave 3 stars for durability because I haven't had it for more than 30 days, seems to be very durable though. Would highly recommend.
20 of 43 found this helpful
January 19, 2014
I had this product in my Jeep previously but it was stolen so I replaced it with the same product. It sounds great for such a compact set up. I am very limited with the space behind my rear seat and it works out well. Would highly recommend it.
20 of 43 found this helpful
March 14, 2013
i bought this sub to put in the back of my extended cab ford f250, its got great sound cuality. hits the lows perfectly. its not something to blow your car with bass but it gets just the right sound you want. i have an Alpine headunit, four Alpine 5x7's in the doors, and this Infinity sub behind the drivers side seat.
15 of 33 found this helpful
St. Louis, MO
March 22, 2011
I'm into mostly rock n roll/metal with a splash of rap from time to time. This fits the bill PERFECT and it was much more cost effective than buying an amp/box/speakers...for such a small package this thing thumps and I've had some JL's and Orion's...this isn't those, but its 90%...for half the price :)
19 of 41 found this helpful
March 14, 2010
I bought this unit a year or so ago. At the time I remember seeing reviews saying that the amp was known for burning out. I disregarded these reviews because they were "bass heads", Im not, I just appreciate the fill in. Guess what! My basslink burned out last week. I took it to my local shop who professionally installed it and they said the amp was destroyed. I never used the remote much over half way and I dont listen to heavy bass. This unit sounded great while it lasted, but in my opinion spend a little more and have a custom job done.
43 of 89 found this helpful
Saint Louis Park, MN
August 30, 2005
I recently installed the Infinity Bass Link 10"
powered subwoofer. After going to the car stereo store displays it seemed that I would have to spend $400 to $600 dollars to get any decent sound. When I saw the Bass Link with 200 watts I was really interested. Being that I don't get into the earth shaking level of music that the youngsters do, I found that the fantastic sound quality of the bass was just what I wanted. Clarity with plenty of oomph. Rock on Infinity, this puppy has it all!
16 of 35 found this helpful
New York, NY
November 30, 2014
I have always been a fan of infinity. So I bought this unit for my friends 2012 Chrysler 300. I thought it sounded good after installation with the seat down. But when I put the seat up I really want pleased. I feel it this unit is lacking power. I maxed it out. I also used 4 guage amp kit. I don't know whether a it's chyrslers insulation or the lack of power for the Basslink. I would may recommend this unit for an open suv that doesn't close the unit to a trunk. Possible uses 2dr integra, hatch civic, golf, pathfinder, murano, crv, civic si. Don't buy for a closed trunk area
26 of 56 found this helpful
July 22, 2014
Fits perfectly in the very back of my conversion van. I have it standing vertically, and it is wedged perfectly just a few inches from the wall. The basslink is not top heavy, so it's NOT going to tip over. I don't even need the mounting screws.
Set up was fun & easy. The sound is amazing for the price. I'm so glad I opted for the basslink instead of another tube style sub.
Although the remote level control is nice, the only REAL way to control this thing is from your head unit. Connect to the HU sub out, and use the remote for fine control, cuz there isn't a whole lot of control range with the remote.
The 3 wire attachment screws are a tad too small and close together. They should address this. Don't fully tighten the screws until you have all 3 connections made, and have a few turns on each screw. Then start fully tightening down the screws.
My ONLY real complaint(Con): the fact that many have had these fail. That bothers me that Infinity STILL hasn't(or have they?) fixed this issue.
All in all, I'm a big fan of all-in-one sub's. I love bazookas but I love this even more.
24 of 52 found this helpful
January 9, 2006
I installed one of these in my wife's car. It makes for a good add on to her stock stereo. It fills in the low frequencies that are often missed by stock radios and the compact design allowsfor infinate mounting possibilities.
15 of 34 found this helpful
February 13, 2015
The Infinity basslink is a real winner if you are looking for increasing the bass output of your automotive sound system if you don't need a sytem that rattles everything in your vvehicle and neighborhood . This is the second basslink i have purchased. I was so pleased with the first one that I purchased a second for my wife's car. The enclosure is relatively compact with the built in amplifier and offers a number of mounting positions. The basslink has been a great addition to our automotive sound systems.
36 of 77 found this helpful
February 24, 2014
This is a great product if you want easily upgrade a factory system. It has inputs for the factory speaker wiring to hook up easily to this all inclusive unit. There is also no need for a remote power wire when you use those inputs on this unit. This speaker sounds surprisingly good for the size and value that it is. It also has an active equalizer of some sort that I was not expecting it to have. It may sound strange on the first loud bass of a song if set too loud, but after that it automatically equalizes itself to produce the best sound possible. You won't rattle anyone's doors off, but it has a good pure sounding bass that is a great upgrade to any system, or any person that wants to complete the sound that a factory system just can't deliver. Its like changing to a subwoofer with surround sound on your home system, after you have been used to just having the tv speakers. It will surprise you, and it sounds better and better the more time goes on. It was brand new in the box, and this seller produced everything they said they would. I am thoroughly happy with this purchase.
20 of 45 found this helpful
twin falls, idaho
December 1, 2010
I have 6.5" speakers and they're a bit light on the bass, especially at lower volume levels. I was hoping the BassLink would fill in a bit where the other speakers are weak, based on other reviews I had read. In my experience, however, the BassLink really only fills in the deepest bass tones. On most rock songs it adds little or nothing, even with the crossover adjusted to its widest setting. Most hip hop songs, however, would benefit from the BassLink. It is a good product, but I think I would benefit more from a good pair of 6 x 9's.
18 of 41 found this helpful
September 17, 2013
I drive a small car (3dr hatchback) and was looking for something to fill that missing bass from the rear. I didn't want to mess around with trying to pair an amp with a subwoofer and MDF box. This package was perfect as it filled that void; everything was included from mounting brackets to screws and step by step instructions. Installing was a breeze, just took a little while to properly run and hide the wires. The only thing you will need is amp kit for installation. Overall it sounds great and is easily tunable for the not so audio savvy person.
17 of 40 found this helpful
November 11, 2010
After spending much time tucking the new wires in the car for this unit, it failed after 20 mins of playtime, adding hours more of trouble shooting. The power light were still on but no sound. IMO this is a waste of time to deal with.
20 of 46 found this helpful
June 23, 2014
This speaker is a great all in one unit. The only bad thing I could say about it is that infinity used a very poor connector for the wiring. Most all power and ground wires should use a heavy gauge wire. 4-8 gauge. Their wire strip is ridiculously small and awkward to get to. My power wire had to be reduced to a tiny little wire. This product has been out for more than 10 years. Come on infinity, you're better than that.
Other than that, I've been using it in my non-daily driver for a month or so and I love it.
16 of 39 found this helpful
March 10, 2015
Installed in gf's car. She just wanted a little more bass to the factory system. This did the job and more! Its not going to blow your ear drums, but it does provide clear, quality lows. Super easy to install, ran the power wire, grounded the amp and use the inline speaker adapters. Works like a charm!
24 of 56 found this helpful
Genoa City, WI
September 15, 2014
Sounds great , learn how to tune it in and it will last a long time.
Most folks turn it up all the way and burn it up.
If you turn the bass all the way up to full power, it's like running a car at full throttle all the time and not letting up. Somethings got to give.
Take care of it and it will last a long time.
31 of 74 found this helpful