That is about right for DC. (Remember the impedance is a function of frequency and you are only seeing the DC behaviour when using a multimeter)
See this plot
See this plot
Meadowman, I owned the sibling Duntech Princess speakers for many years and possibly because they had different drivers and therefore crossovers, the reputation for DAL speakers was they required less power and were an easier drive. My Princesses were rated at 4 ohms but the factory response curve showed two dips below 3 ohms, one at about 50 Hz, the other close to 10K Hz. The Princess was rated at 90 dB efficiency but any amp I tried with much less than 100 wpc simply fell on it's face, I believe in part due to the complexity of the crossover.
I know nothing about the Linear A other than Tom Evans' generally good reputation so what can you lose by trying?
I have had a pair of SCIV's for at least 10 years now. They are great speakers and are very easy to drive. I have had great luck using a Bel Canto SET40 which is a stereo amplifier using a single 845 directly heated triode in single ended mode per channel. This amp is very robust, putting out 35 watts rms with peaks of 75 watts. Very extended at the extremes with majic in the mids. I have also used a custom EL84 amp that puts out about 12-15 watts of pushpull. It has a beefy power supply and does amazingly well with these speakers too. The impedance is relatively low, but it is very flat, which tube amps like, and makes life easy for the amplifier.
Enjoy your speakers.....they are awesome!