You won't hurt anything, so I would LISTEN to both taps and see which one sounds better. You might not even hear a difference.
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If the speaker presents a pretty constant impedance, then one output tap will probably sound better over the entire audio band; otherwise one tap could sound better for some range of frequencies and the other tap for another set of frequencies.
As has already been said, ultimately you get to choose which sounds best to you.