Anything with a more limited tweeter dispertion, standard 2khz or so crossover dip in the presence region, or darker tweeter will help. Dynaudio would be great if you can tolerate warmbutt woofers with a normal, sturdy tweeter. Quested has the Morel tweeters that are dark and can blow but the woofer rules. Older PMC are cool but are V shaped with smoothed bass and dry top. Typical Brit-fi New ones have build issues and the plate amps they use SUCK. They're not just like not up to audiophile spec like JBL. I mean they are Bryston class ab and fragile class D. Proacs are good but you must stay within the "studio" style ones. I don't know what they are offering now but they are like a standard 6.5" woofer hifi system meets a studio monitor hybrid. The drivers are not as cool as real pro shit. No crazy doped paper (ATC and Volt) or Kevlar/carbon fiber woofer goodness. Standard Danish paper. Some of the modern JBLs (708 and better, nothing without the tech from the pro line) are very good but have horn flare, underbuilt cabs, and a top end sheen. The waveguides actually limit dispertion (good for poor rooms) and make the sweetspot artificially wide. The latter can be good or bad. depending on the pannings. A lot of the AMT stuff is very good but has the sheen (from higher THD that is tuned) and small sweetspot. The small sweetspot means limited dispersion but its so limited you can't move your head a lot of the time.