Before you reach for your wallet you need to be very careful here.
The primary aim of any even half competent DAC is to be totally transparent. You shouldn't know it is there.
Anyone deliberately designing or selling a DAC on the basis of it's particular 'sound' is a charlatan and should be avoided.
The quality of commercial DAC chips is now so good, even at very low prices, that many seasoned professions now think that the conversion process has been beyond the ability of human hearing to distinguish for over a decade. Some DAC implementation's can demonstrate better figures in a lab test but it's no longer possible to distinguish between competing designs in a properly conducted blind listening test.
Unfortunately for us hi -fi reviewers and amateurs have become used to lazily handing down highly subjective opinions based on brief listening sessions when they already know what they are listening too. These totally unscientific, almost throwaway impressions have a bad habit of lodging in peoples minds and unconciously influencing others. Ad infinitum.
The traditions of reviewing hi-fi gear extents in a direct line to the very early days of popular home audio in the late 6Ts and early 7Ts. In those days gear wasn't so good and it really did make some sense to pair a 'bright' cartridge with 'warm' speakers or some such similar arrangement. Nowadays particularly in the case of such standard devices DACs, amps and transports/media players etc they are now so good for so little money mixing and matching is counterproductive. Buy the best analog transducers such as speakers, microphones and cartridges you can afford and like the sound of; then buy everything else in the digital realm to be transparent, Which is actually quite easy. Unfortunately we are still stuck with an industry paradigm which is long out of date but which has a powerful inertia. It is not in the interest of anyone selling expensive audio gear to reveal that in a properly controlled DBX trial they couldn't distinguish a $2000 DAC from one costing $100.
If you are in the least doubt about where to obtain accurate, transparent, reliable and well supported audio equipment look first at the ranges supplied by the companies who serve the professional market. This is what musicians, engineers and producers trust to make the music you listen to everyday. You will also be very pleasantly surprised at the prices.