The general subforum for DAC recommendations, advice, subjective impressions, etc. would be Dedicated Source Components.
Under the majority of home listening scenarios (not doing weird things like really turning the volume down somewhere and amplifying it a lot later, multiple loops in and out of gear, etc.) probably gear much worse than top-end stuff, more middle-range high performers like some sound cards / pro interfaces / audiophile stuff carefully designed, should sound all the same if level matched anyway. In general you can get away with less on the electronics than most people suggest. See many results like this, for example:
Even if you have better ability to discern things than all these audiophiles, audio engineers, and whoever else getting thrown into these things, the difference in effect between most DACs (excepting some audiophile creations that definitely intend to bend the rules or do something different) should probably be dwarfed by inconsistencies in response of the speaker, room interactions and acoustics that make a difference every time you listen because you can't literally keep your head in the exact same position, and so on.
Go for something with the right features for you, but in terms of audio quality itself, there is not that much evidence of needing extraordinary performance and specialist gear. I guess if it brings peace of mind... then again, try not to think of all the other stuff in the chain, including all the stuff out of your control, that is affecting the sound.