Rookie Question, maybe

I have finally brought home the Primaluna Prologue and LOVE it.  Here is my question.  I have a set of Martin Logan Bookshelf speakers that I am using temporarily until the room that the amp and speakers are going in is finiahed.  The speakers are rated at 4ohms but compatible with 4,6, and 8ohm amps.  The Primaluna have speaker hook ups for both 4 and 8 ohm speakers.  How should I hook up the speakers to get the best sound but not overload the amp, or does it really matter?  I listen, for the time being, at low to medium volume.

Try them all and use the ones that sound best to you.  There is no right or wrong.
Thanks.  I just want to make sure that I am not going any damage to either the speakers or the Amp, mostly the amp.
It’s my understanding that the 4ohm and 8ohm Connections on the tube amp will allow safe power supply voltage for speaker load.  I think it’s based on different taps for the output transformer.  So, if you have 4ohm speak res, connect them to the 4ohm binding post on the amp.
Welcome to Audiogon. You are going to find that you will get a variety of opinions on any topic or question you post. I consider that a good thing, but as you can see you already received two different answers that could have you going two different directions. Here is my advice: Read the Prologue manual (hard copy or online) to determine whether it specifically says you should not connect 4ohm speakers to anything other than the 4ohm posts. If it doesn't tell you to expressly avoid such connections, then I would try them all and see what sounds best to you. This is a hobby. As such, you should try different options when they are available unless they are patently dangerous, will void the warranty, or you're not sure if it will damage the equipment. I would be surprised if trying your speakers on all the optional speaker posts will hurt either your speakers or your Prologue.
Have fun
Speakers ratings are always approximative, just look at any measured impedance curve.  They give a rough idea of how hard they might be to drive.  I doubt many amp's 4 and 8 ohm hook-ups are exact either.  The obvious thing is to start with 4 to 4, let the amp run in, get familiar with the sound, then change to 8 to see what differences you notice, and whether they're better or worse.
I'm of the mind you should try all options and different ohm selections ,then pick the one that sounds the best ,there are no mandatory settings with that speaker .
I don't use the 4 or 8 ohm rating of the speaker to decide which tap to use. As a starting point, I check the impedance curve to see how demanding the load is. But that information isn't definitive.
In the end I find that listening to both taps will determine which sounds best.
I’ve been playing around with the different outputs and come to the conclusion the it almost sounds like the speakers are working harder when hooked up to the 4ohm output.  8ohms it is until I decide that it isn’t.  Thanks for the tips!