Check out the specs on the ML website, Stereophile measurements, or other reviews. Nominal ratings are just that -- most speakers exhibit significant variations from their nominal impedance over their operational frequency range. The ML Aerius speakers are nominal 4 ohms but dip to below 2 ohms at high frequency. This is characteristic of electrostatic panels due to their design. The good news is there are no other low-Z dips I saw in the impedance plots, although they are capacitive over much of their range (of course).
I would also assume the Adcom can handle loads below 4 ohms in normal mode, but not in bridged. A 4-ohm load looks like a 2-ohm load to a bridged amp, and that 2-ohm HF dip the MLs have thus looks like 1 ohm to a bridged amp, and capacitive which can cause stability issues. I have heard the Adcom on low-impedance speakers (Apogees) in the primordial past. It did not fail, but ran very hot and after a little while (do not recall, less than an hour) of moderately loud playing shut down (thermal protection). That was NOT in bridged mode, but was a very low (~1.5 ohm) load.
I do not know if the Adcom would be OK in bridged mode with those ML speakers or not. If it was an 8-ohm speaker I'd say go for it; if 4 ohm I'd be nervous but if the impedance was fairly flat, or at least no large dips, I'd probably try. We obviously have our own opinions but with the MLs I just don't know. I imagine the OP will try and let us know; I suggest he monitors the amps closely at first.
In any event I have had my say and do not feel this debate adds anything significant. It will be interesting to see how the amps work on the MLs (or not).
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