My answer may not be for you.
I rode a fire engine and ladder trucks BEFORE OSHA mandated sound deadening inside the cab.
Trust me, most of us old guys all exhibited hearing loss. And a audiophile I'm not.
Ask my xyl how loud she has to yell to get me out of the shack for dinner.
I use Dell Surplus monitors, they are great, and you can get a sound bar that attaches to the bottom of the monitor.
I have 3 of them in the shack.
They are really good, and for me at least, rfi clean.
They are easy to hook up and cheap on the Dell Surplus site. And they are stereo if your listening to two bands.
The monitors also double as computer driven TV's, but I turn the sound down so I don't have to hear the announcer explain why the Bears did another stupid play!
I use the Bose Companion 2 Series 3 also..Nice... I also use a set of Creative T-50 speakers very nice about the same Price as the Bose but they feature a Blue Tooth option which is nice if you want to also use them with your Ipad/Iphone and play other things on them.. I have them hooked up via the Stereo Cable hardwired in the Flex but it will also do the Blue Tooth with other devices.. I see or hear no RF in these two speaker but I have found a lot of the cheaper ones to be less shielded and have RF Problems... As in all stuff like this its according to your particular setup.. I always carefully unbox my stuff and if I have problems bring them back for a refund...
Hope that helped..
Using a Western Electric 300B based monoblock (8 watts or pure linear warmth) with a JMI labs speaker. Sounds great! CW really sounds good / room filling S/W stations in sync-AM mode sound really good. Listening to RHV now and best sound I've heard from them.
No problems with RF though I can't say the same for the key board. Ferrites cleared that up.
Tim / K3TIM