I'm not so sure they sold so many of those active systems, personally. I could be way off the mark on that. I was scared away by the hot-rod combo of far out looking sub and race-car finish speakers, myself. Would have liked to see a less expensive active configuration option from them. As a consumer I can see people getting scared off by paying $8k, or whatever, for two small speakers and some subwoofer they don't know how to place, which may be a bit wild looking in terms of taste. But, maybe lots bought them. And although I think the sound of those was absolutely superb (Xd?), it looked to me like a hard sell, as a casual observer.
I personally liked the old line offerings from about 6 years back. I would have like to have seen them stay on these routes, perhaps offering active versions of most of their modular products like T6's, and their budget pieces, yes, like the 1.5's (I know, they had active for that), M5's, etc. But I'm affraid it likely all came down to marketing and distribution. Because cosmetically, the old stuff was very marketable, piano glossy, and easily integrated, I thought.
I think Def Tech and Paradigm marketed much much harder, and thus got better success, I believe.
I know, I'm getting far-a-field here.