Best options for active speakers $4k or below?

Want a simple but superb sounding all-inclusive active speaker for my elderly but loud-music-loving mother in NJ. Used is OK!

Alternatively, try Genelec 8030C.A lot depends on how big the room is, of course.
Adam S2V if you want something with better high frequency response.
I appreciate the ideas. Thank you. Aside from the Elac, I don't think recording studio monitors are ideal, though.  The speakers would be in a medium sized living room not in near field.  Are these the only options? 
KEF has a version of the LS50 that is both wireless and active. That would be my hands-down choice! Partner them with a Bluesound Node 2i and a Tidal subscription!
+1 on Elac Navis. Both the tower and stantmount sound excellent.
I don't think recording studio monitors are ideal, though
Why not?
I've heard the active KEF LS50's are even better than the passive.
Look at some used Meridians.  Had a small pair, 2way, amazing sound, clean sound.  Ebay and other places for a good price.  Mine were too beat up on electronics, specifically the RCA input wires internally were broken.
you have heard of devialet phantoms ya?
Paradigms active 20's under $2,000 with stands  For more dynamics ( down to 35 hz)
the Paradigm active 40's 
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Focal works.  Well priced for performance.  Easily found and returned.
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.    
If you have some serious power, Magnepan. 
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.
+1 on Devialet Phantom. Can fill almost any room.