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I think the answer will be the same as previously mentioned.
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Without test gear trial and error. Reduce the value of the resistor used for 15 ohm (6.8k). Try 100pF to 390pF in parallel.
 

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Galu

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2018-04-17 6:50 pm
Worth compensating when going from 15 to 4 ohm, but going from 15 to 8 is not worth losing sleep over.

It can do no harm to your amplifier if you experiment in the way that's previously been suggested. Simply adjust for best audible result.