I have a few candidates for your list:
The German brand Nubert, which sells directly to consumers, taking orders via internet or phone, has a whole range of digital speakers.
They all have:
-optical and coaxial digital inputs (maximum 96 KHz, 24 bit)
-usb input (speakers are recognized as a sound card)(a little bit odd: maximum 48 KHz, 24 bits)
-analog inputs (asymmetrical cinch)
-digital power amplifiers
-analog mono subwoofer output
-remote control with volume, bass, treble, input selection, on-off
-more settings possible in menu, for example balance, low-cutoff-frequency
the models are:
nuPro A-100, A-200, A-300, A-500 and A-700 (the latter 2 are floorstanders).
For what it's worth: They all get outstanding reviews, for example the German magazine Stereoplay concludes that the A-700 (2530 Euro pairprice) is the best active floorstanding speaker under 10,000 Euro pairprice.
The character of these speakers is said to be very neutral, studio-monitor like.
(uhum, I was just now checking out the site and to my surprise I didn't find an Englisch section, it's all in German as far as I can see. I can understand if that's a problem but decided to go ahead with this post anyway because these speakers seem to be very interesting.)