I was fortunate today. I acquired a vintage Standel Imperial XV bass cabinet containing a JBL D-130F for much less than I expected. I haven't played anything through it yet because I wanted to verify the impedance before hooking it up. The impedance on the label states 16 ohms. I know that the JBL D-140 labels state 16 ohms but the majority of D-140s have 8 ohm impedances. According to the reports I have read and the one D-140 I own, they are actually 8 Ohm speakers. In other words there was a widespread labeling error by JBL regarding the D-140 and that has been well documented. The DC resistance on this newly acquired JBL D-130F measures ~ 9.8 - 9.9 ohms. This value seems too low for 16 ohms and too high for 8 ohms. Questions: > Is the impedance label correct on this D-130F (16 ohms) OR is this an 8 ohm speaker that was mislabeled like the D-140? > OR... despite the 16 ohm label do all D-130F speakers have a nominal impedance of 8-16 ohms? Thanks.