Afrogt, if you're still are these days, I just picked up a pair of Advent Heritage speakers identical to those Mr. Beef displayed in his photos. At $15 a pair, Mr. Beef got a good deal. I, on the other hand, got an even better deal. My were found at the local GW and priced at $8.99 for the pair. On top of that I got my 'Old Coots' discount of 25%. The cabinets need some minor attention, i.e., the hardwood needs oiling, there's one minor scratch on the top of one of the cabinets, and one of the grills has a tiny bad spot on one corner (worn through on the outer portion of the frame), but it isn't noticeable when standing 3 or 4 feet away. The foams on all drivers are still quite solid and pliable, dust caps have been pushed in, but that's a pretty easy fix, and the tweeters are in excellent condition. Can't wait to hook them up to my old HK Citation 12 (using an Adcom pre).
I noticed in your reply to Mr. Beef you pointed out this model of speaker is not related to the 'silver' Heritage speakers. I also, I think, understand this model was actually produced by Advent and the 'silver' Heritage line by another manufacturer. Is that correct? It was also pointed out to Mr. Beef he had mistakenly posted in comments and photos on the wrong thread, that there was possibly another thread for Advent owners. I just wanted to point out I, too, would have made the same mistake as the title of this thread is, after all, "Advent Heritage Owners Thread." Isn't that correct? Given my speakers clearly state 'Heritage' on them, combined with the title of this thread, why would I or Mr. Beef have a clue we might be mis-posting due to an issue with this 'Heritage' label.
Oh, I also picked up a pair of virtually pristine Advent Mini's at the same GW of $5.99, less the 'Old Coot' discount (Gott'a love GW). I've had a couple pair of these in the past and found them to be pretty fair little bookshelf models - not as good as my RBH MC-414 units, but for the money (even when new) definitely not bad.
Anyway, thanks for the info regarding the varying Heritage products. Info is something always useful, always welcome.