I did a search for previous posts about my concern and found several relevant threads. Posters have asked about the readings (ohms) they get when testing a speaker or cabinet. They are usually concerned after discovering (or are told that they will discover) that the measurement they get is less than the printed or stamped impedence. For example, their cab will say 8ohms but will measure "6.4ohms" or something less than "8". I have an 8 ohm cab also. It contains four 32 ohm speakers wired in parallel. It measures 10 ohms at the input jack. None of the earlier threads (that I found) mentioned getting a higher actual reading. Is something screwy???