I have one pushing a single 12 and it’s definitely pushing the sub nice! Def would buy again!!
This is my 2nd review on this amp. Ct sounds atv2 3000.1. BEAST.... It pushed my xfls a little too hard, so I upgraded to the HD 12d1s. Man. BASS 🥵. This amp does 4909 Uncertified at 1ohm. If you're on the fence about it, just do it...
Just get it.... It's a beast. I have the at3000.1 pushing two American Bass xfl12s , and they slamming them almost out the custom box. Awesome sound quality. Efficiency is crazy good. I haven't dropped below 14.1 volts yet. Big 4. Mechman Alternator. Limitless Retro Pro30 battery. It's bas a$$.
I’ve owned every AT series amp except for the AT 7000 and loved every one I had never once had a failure with anything I’ve owned from CT Sounds the quality speaks for itself, this 3000.1 is no exception it has better Korean parts in it not built there but has some the hardware from what I’ve been told it must have cause it has performed flawlessly, it’s big beefy and solid Dyno I saw on Trevor moons page had it pushing over 3900 watts RMS at 1ohm not often you hear of an amp doing almost a 1000 watts over rated power! I have it pushing a Sundown X15”V3 Series sub in a spec built 13 ply Russian Baltic birch labyrinth ported enclosure by Drew Jones it pushes that sub like a boss the sun can take a more power but no need the 3000.1 Has my sub flexing like a trampoline, and sounds killer, ive run this amp on multiple 5 hour drives to florida from louisana and back and it hasn’t missed a beat or gotten hot it warms up never gotten hot amazed at how cool it runs for an amp that size with no fan on the board, it is a very powerful well built amp, clear backplate Tiffany style RCA’s gotta love that white color and the blue lights are still cool to see at night, and does almost 1000 watts over rated power is crazy cool, CTSounds FTW!
I just got the amp in yesterday and still have some adjusting to do on the amp but im very happy with it and i also bought 2 12 meso and over all im just happy with the whole set up