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Most media players do have an option to synchronise/convert to a portable.You make a playlist as the capacity of your portable is in general to small to hold the entire library and tell what format you want e.g. high bit rate MP3.I use MusicBee, an nice piece of freeware with a excellent interface.An example can be found on my website: http://www.thewelltemperedcomputer.com/SW/Players/MusicBee/MusicBee_Sync.htm
They are. https://xiph.org/flac/faq.html
You need a media player supporting protocols like WASAPI and/or ASIO to get bit perfect transmission to the DAC MusicBee does. It also has an 15 band EQ 
Try this one: http://www.audiomisc.co.uk/ Lots of articles about all kind of topics in audio.
Maybe ringing as well?
Maybe something like this? https://us.focusrite.com/usb-audio-interfaces/scarlett-2i2
As far as I know iTunes uses WASAPI but in shared mode. If this is true you are still using the Win mixer like in case of DS You might try playing a second audio stream. If you hear them both, it is shared mode.
Really?Use it a decade now for audio without any problem.As Spruce pointed out, all you need is a driver bypassing the Win audio stack like ASIO or WASAPI.
Maybe NOC No USB DAC needed as you can use Airplay or Bluetooth http://nocs.se/collections/all/products/ns2-air-monitors-v2
DependsThe Windows re-sampler does a bad job.It offer measurable  distortion.http://archimago.blogspot.nl/2015/11/measurements-windows-10-audio-stack.html Unless your SRC is beyond criticism, I would leave it to the DACHopefully the DAC does it better :)
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