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Push-pull output impedance

I want to calculate the output impedance of a class AB push-pull output stage from the speaker's point of view(without GNF loop). I have estimated rp for the output tubes but I'm not sure what to use for RL, the class A load for each tube? the class B load? the combined plate to plate load? Do I halve the impedance because there are two tubes? I just need a little direction here.

Then do I divide by the impedance ratio of the transformer to get the output impedance at the speaker?

Forgive me if this was covered in another thread, but I could not find it.
You can calculate for low-level signal around the idle operating point. Rp can be derived from the tube characteristics at Vp and Ip. The two tubes in push-pull are connected in series with the primary. Rsec = (2 x Rp)/T^2
At high level the output impedance will be a nonlinear function of drive level, but I don't think it will differ much from the low-level value.