artur9 -- I use an Elac Discovery (two actually, in different systems). Very happy with them, and have had great service with the company. They come with lifetime Roon Essentials, which is transferable, being attached to the unit itself. The unit has two RCA analog outs, and Coax and Toslink digital outs. I've mostly used the digital outputs into my DACs, and think the sound is topnotch, and maybe a touch better going through my Remedy reclocker, maybe. They stream both Tidal and Qobuz, and Roon integrates the streaming albums/songs with my attached storage (USB external drive). Very easy to use to find and explore songs/albums. I use an iPad to interface, but you could also use your laptop or phone. You can import songs/albums into the library (using metadata) with one click, and you can store playlists. A real winner at the price, missing only a USB output, if that matters to you, and no MQA. The DAC inside is decent, but I wouldn't call it superb. It's smooth and very listenable, its sins being of omission, but never harsh. I have 28,000 songs in my library, split between Tidal and my own drive. It used to be limited to 30,000, but I believe with last year's software update it will now accept 50,000+.
I also have a Sony HAPZ1-ES, which streams Spotify but not Tidal or Qobuz. It's more expensive than the Elac, but it's DAC is better IMO. It upscales everything to double DSD. Hopefully the rumored CD-resolution for Spotify will come true. It was no slouch stock but I had Modwright install their tube mod on this and it sounds spectacular through the analog outs. Stock, it has a USB output, so you can use a DAC if you want. I listen to this one mostly when doing serious listening, but find myself using the Discovery more often, using Tidal, because I really enjoy discovering new music. That will likely change if and when Spotify comes through with full 16/44 streaming. The software is good on this, but I like Roon bettter. It connects to my wifi system, so its songs show up on my TVs, and I can play through my stereo system attached to the TV.