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    Great post, I 100% agree.

    Thanks Ian.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vitalii427 View Post
    Please forgive me my bad English but am I ignored?

    I've recently got 4367 and I'm impressed with the sound so much! I'm new to JBL. Previously had B&W 802 D2 & D3.
    My McIntosh MC601 has 8,4,2 ohms terminals. I've read on other thread that I should use 4 ohms terminal. And to my ears the sound is definitely better than 8 ohms.
    Hallo!

    On the specs it say "Nominal Impedance 6 ohms" and on the backpanel it only say's "Impedance 8 ohm".

    If I where you I would connect it at the 8 ohm tap on your McIntosh, the amp will run cooler instead of 4 ohm tap. I know, had McIntosh gear for over ten years.

    You have perfect amp for those speakers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mctwins View Post
    Hallo!

    On the specs it say "Nominal Impedance 6 ohms" and on the backpanel it only say's "Impedance 8 ohm".

    If I where you I would connect it at the 8 ohm tap on your McIntosh, the amp will run cooler instead of 4 ohm tap. I know, had McIntosh gear for over ten years.

    You have perfect amp for those speakers.
    My experience is using the 4 ohm tap of the MAC amps runs cooler

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    Quote Originally Posted by ngccglp View Post
    My experience is using the 4 ohm tap of the MAC amps runs cooler
    True, depends how hard you push it, running in low/high volume differ.

    To me, I trust the back panel saying "Impedance 8 ohm" on 4367.

    On my 4429 it say on the back panel "Impedance 6 ohm", here I would connect it at the 4 ohm tap on a Mac amp.

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    One can see in the White Paper of 4367 the difference adjustment in freq level in HF and UHF. Seems to work fine.

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