Neumann KH 310
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If you like the idea of extreme clarity, resolution, and dynamics, I too recommend trying the ADAM S2V's.... I've got the S3H's, which are 3-ways. They have a digital crossover, and parametric EQ available to you, if that appeals to you. Many audiophiles don't like that sort of thing. I love them! I like the ADAMs better than the Focal studio monitors, although Focals are very nice, and more attractive. These are not lifestyle speakers with Bluetooth. They are studio monitors.
I'm running a set of highly modified Yamaha HS-80M monitors on my computer audio system. I have tested these in my home theater system and they actually are very respectable for a far field monitor, so don't necessarily think that all studio monitors are strictly for "near field".
I have the Adam A77x on my future list for an upgrade from the Yamaha's. Even though they still use Class D for woofer/mid, they will use a Class AB amp for the tweeters. Also, they have a higher extension ribbon type tweeter. I like ribbons better than most metal dome tweeters that are popular in other monitors. In addition, the A7 line still uses linear power supplies for amps.
The S2V that I recommended is a step up, but it does convert the analog inputs to digital for the internal DSP/EQ. It's great if you need EQ for slight room correction. However, the slightly cheaper "A" line might have better transparency.