Edit: This is all about that.
So, short answer: No. Pick your ice cream flavor and enjoy.
People don’t understand THX is “achromatic” and it can be a bad thing. This is new tech. Until like 2018 absolutely everyone used amps to record, mix, master, hear, absolutely everything. By buying a THX amp you’re essentially removing one variable from the chain… “colorful amps”. So what? Well, I originally thought “if your music sounds boring with THX, this means the original was boring”. But no… everything was heard using a “chromatic” amp. You get a THX, you’re making absolutely everything already recorded sound less colorful and more sterile than intended by everyone in the music industry.
Maybe this is a new paradigm. Like, (speaker and headphone) tube amps used to be everywhere, and when solid state arrived, surely audiophiles complained everything sounded “robotic and lifeless”. Now most people don’t have tube headphone amps and/or tube speaker amps, most people definitely don’t use that for recording, mixing, mastering, etc. And… I believe most agree, tubes are fun, but definitely not the best way to hear “exactly” what the artists (and people mixing, mastering, etc.) intended.
So, what now? IMO, if this is really a new paradigm, “chromatic” amps, like “chromatic” DACs (I mean, cheap DACs with distortion and not even measuring flat), will essentially disappear from studios. And then, if your goal is to hear “exactly” what the artists (and people mixing, mastering, etc.) intended, you’d get a THX amp for… I don’t know, CDs with the THX logo on it? And everyone will be closer to “hi-fi”, as in “high fidelity”, as in, the “wire with gain” thing.
But right now? For “high fidelity” ? Well, maybe you’re better off with a 100$ JDS Atom or Schiit Heresy (etc). i.e.: If everyone in studios were still using tubes, we’d still advise tubes for “high fidelity” audio reproduction.
P.S.: I know this is audiophile nitpicking. I know “amps” all have their different “color” and not only “one”. I own a JDS Labs Atom. I still want to try THX stuff.
TL,DR: This is an audiophile nitpicking theory against THX removing “color” from all the music ever recorded without THX AAA equipment.