ATv2-1400.1d // 1800 Watt RMS Monoblock Car Audio Amplifier

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The CT Sounds ATv2-1400.1d monoblock class d car amplifier will deliver the power you need to destroy the competition in the SPL lanes. Rated at 13.2v, this monoblock amplifier will deliver over 1800 watts RMS power at 1 ohm. The car monoblock amplifier is strappable (slave/master switch) so that you can get more power output should your system require it.

Engineered to be the best in its class, the amplifier uses an advanced PCB board featuring industry-leading capacitors, MOSFET pulse width modulated power supply, high-quality transformers, and cutting-edge inductors. The amplifier comes equipped with a 4-way protection circuitry along with reverse polarity protection.

The plexiglass backing, illuminated LED CT Sounds logo, and white chassis give this amplifier an unbeatable appearance. Variable adjustment controls feature gains, subsonic, bass boost, low pass filter, and phase settings so you can get the exact sound you are looking for out of your amplifier. Included with the amplifier is the highly demanded AT Series On/Off Bass Knob which not only lets you adjust the bass boost but also displays your system voltage.

Quick Facts:
RMS Power: 1Ω @ 13.2v 1400 Watts x 1-Channel
RMS Power: 2Ω @ 13.2v 700 Watts x 1-Channel
RMS Power: 4Ω @ 13.2v 350 Watts x 1-Channel
Power & Ground Input Size: 0 Gauge
Speaker Input Size: 8 Gauge
AT Series Bass Knob Included:
Continuously-Variable Input Gain Control
Remote Turn-On / Turn-Off Circuit ✔️
MOSFET Pulse Width Modulated Power Supply ✔️
Soft Turn-On Circuit ✔️
High Voltage / Low Voltage Protection Circuit
Thermal and Speaker Short Protection Circuit ✔️
LED Power and Protection Indicators
Nickle Plated Tiffany Style RCAs
Bass Knob Features:
AT Series Bass Knob: 1. Remote Gain Control
2. Clip Light Indicator
3. Built-In Voltmeter
4. Pushable On/Off Switch
Technical Specifications:
Amplifier Type:
Monoblock Amplifier
Amplifier Circuitry: Class D
Strappable? Yes; Master/Slave Switch
RMS Power @ 1 Ohm:
1400 Watts x 1-Channel (13.2v)
RMS Power @ 2 Ohm:
850 Watts x 1-Channel (13.2v)
RMS Power @ 4 Ohm (Bridged):
450 Watts x 1-Channel (13.2v)
Recommended Fuse:
Power & Ground Input Size:
0 Gauge
Speaker Input Size:
8 Gauge
Gain Adjustment:
0.19v - 5v
Low Pass Filter (LPF):
35 Hz - 250 Hz
Subsonic Filter (HPF):
10 Hz - 50 Hz
Bass Boost:
0 dB - 18 dB
Bass Boost Frequency:
50 Hz
Phase Adjustment:
0° - 180°
Frequency Response:
10 Hz - 250 Hz
Signal-To-Noise Ratio (S/N):
90 dB
Damping Factor:
Input Impedance:
30 Kohms
Input Sensitivity:
190 mV
Operating Voltage:
9v - 16v
Minimum Impedance:
1 ohm

Customer Reviews

Based on 45 reviews
Amazing Amp!!!!

I've had this amp for at least 6 years!! Still works perfectly pushes everything I hook it up to from 300 watt 8s to 2000 watt 15s it's currently running a custom built 15 inch subwoofer with a wolfram basket and motor and flat wound coil with 3 spiders and 8 guage leads it bumps all day long for years very reliable I highly recommend this amp fyi it's also just like all ct amps very under rated steve Meade has a YouTube video this amp does 2200 @1 ohm and 14.4 v check it out!!!! If you need real power on a budget this is the amp for you!!!

Lance Lanham
Great amp

Works great I’d definitely recommend . Definitely does over rms power hasn’t had any problems and it looks super cool.

Matt Hadaway
True power, quality guts and looks

Very happy with purchase switched from sundown audio 1200d to this amp for running sundown 12s and they can barely handle it have to turn gains down lol will purchase another one to run more 12s might even switch from sundown to CT sounds subs.....

Aaron Parsons
This amp rocks!!!!

This amp kicks ass. Best amp I've owned to date. Great product great costumer service. Package arrived exactly when they said it would.. the amp is beautiful stylish and powerful. Thanks ct sounds keep doing what your doing 👍💯🙂

all i can say is wow!

definitely exceeded my expectations. but before I did the install I made sure that all my grounds were beefed up and even upped my inline fuse from 100 to a 175amp fuse.
funny story, I was driving through town and was at a red light. and I noticed that the lady that was in front of me adjusted her rearview mirror to stare directly at me and made eye contact. you know the look like you assh***!
because the bass was hitting so hard it was vibrating her car as well. lol
so by the time the light turns green, she floors it like a bat out of hell right after she gives me the finger. well, I guess my choice of tunes didn't agree with her. that's ok can't please everybody and that just made my day all that more enjoyable. thank you guys