Question about Infinity BASSLINK Car Subwoofer
Posted by Anonymous on
Both issues sound like they are related to a non-connected or loosely connected remote wire on the Basslink.
If you're using RCA preamp wires to connect your stereo to the Basslink, make sure the remote wire input on the Basslink is solidly connected to the stereo's remote output.
If you're using the speaker level inputs on the Basslink and not the RCA preamps, make sure the remote input is not connected, as the Basslink will automatically turn on when it senses the speaker level inputs are active.
Posted on Mar 20, 2008
SOURCE: Infinity Basslink
Thanks for the reply. I took the sub to Best Buy and had the guy look at it - not surprisingly, I couldn't replicate the problem once I was there. It was working fine at that point and he thought maybe the sub got a little too hot and just shut down on its own. It's been fine since then, so hopefully that was it. Still, for others the voice coil may have blown so good to know that could be it as well.
Posted on Oct 17, 2008
The Basslink should have both a red power LED and a green servo LED. The red LED should be on when power is applied. The green servo LED should only come on during high-level bass transients. Turn the gain down slightly if it stays on for extended periods.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Jul 15, 2009
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