I have two audio friends who have had several generations of digital processors. One likes Theta, the other Wadia. After hearing both brands over the years I opine that the theta is for detail freaks and Wadia is more musical ( I bought one). As it happens I borrowed a 25 last year. Dry is the last adjective that comes to mind. Be advised that once they are unplugged, it takes days (yes days) for them to sound their best. Until they "warm up" fully they have little bass, If you plug one in for a quick listen you may get the impression that they are less than full sounding. Be patient.
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