Off topic, but here goes:
JBL 708P's (active 2-ways) are probably the best all around loudspeaker I've ever heard/owned: dynamic, room filling, accurate, wave guide design, etc. But found out that the internal DAC is at best offers pedestrian sound quality and the ADC is a notch below even that, which bothered me. On top of that discovered that my nice external DAC would have almost no effect after going through the JBL's internal ADC/DAC. The only way to "properly" feed the 708P's would be via AES/EBU digital feed to at least negate the ADC, but couldn't find such a device with remote volume control. So sold both the 708P's and the external DAC.
So dropped back to the loudspeakers I commissioned 15 years previous: Bob Brines FTA-2000 (floor standing Martin King inspired transmission lines using a single driver - Fostex F200a, 8 inch, no whizzer, 30-20,000 Hz, 90 dB/w/m, 8 ohms, with EnABL treatments from Bud Purvine himself). I use them with 3 carefully placed subwoofers, "Late Ceiling Splash" tweeters as suggested by Duke LeJeune, and a NAD M10 all-in-one "streaming amplifier". In my mid-field setup and for my preferred genre's (small ensemble jazz/classical) they work well and would be harder to sell on than the 708P's.
When it comes time to move on, I'd go back to active 2-way monitors, but probably ones that only receive analog inputs.