Infinity Basslink 200-WATT, Dual 10-INCH Powered Subwoofer System (black)
- Variable electronic crossover (50Hz to 120Hz), sensitivity, and bass-boost
- Includes Basslink LC remote bass-level control
- 10-Inch subwoofer and 10-inch passive radiator
- Variable Bass EQ (+3db to -6 db at 45Hz)
- Powered subwoofer with onboard 200-Watt Class D amplifier
The Bass Link line consists of every little thing you require for great bass in your car, with no hassle. It could be mounted vertically or horizontally for easy placement in any car. This system includes a round 10-inch woofer, a round 10-inch passive radiator as well as a 200-watt Class D amplifier, plus each of the controls you need to integrate its sound with your existing system.
Designed to deliver low frequencies in virtually any car audio system, Bass Link truly has universal appeal. 75 cubic feet of trunk space yet produces enough bass to wake up the neighborhood. Small in size but big in output, Bass Link requires a mere.
Bass Link consists of a fixed, 2nd-order, high-pass filter that eliminates the possibility of over-excursion below Fb, the resonant (tuned) frequency of the vented box. The result is really a significant improve in bass output. This permits the excursion-monitoring circuit to concentrate on the excursion at the much more meaningful frequencies at and above Fb.
User-adjustable controls allow listeners to set the system's response to achieve optimum performance according to the vehicle's cabin gain or transfer function. At maximum gain, the system can accept inputs as low as 250m V. These controls include: a 0- or 180-degree phase switch; a continuously variable electronic low-pass filter that is adjustable between 70 and 100Hz; variable input sensitivity; and Bass EQ that provides for adjustments between +3 and -6d B. Bass Link's frequency response in a typical vehicle is 20 to 100Hz (+/-3d B) , but this varies according to the automobile and user adjustments.
Bass Link can accept as much as 4 channels of input--to provide nonfading bass--either from line-level signals through four RCA jacks or from high-level signals by way of a pair of Molex connectors, allowing Bass Link to become easily connected to OEM systems. If employing the speaker-level inputs, an audio-sense circuit will turn on the amplifier whenever a signal is present. If the RCAs are used, a 12-volt, remote-turn-on lead is required. The system has barrier strip connections for power, ground and remote turn-on.
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