I have an extensive collection of RedBook classical CDs. My old Sony CD player finally quit, so I had the choice of ether continuing to use CDs or go to streaming. I quickly discovered the selection of what I wanted to hear were not available on Spoitifly (and later, Tidal.) The major "war horses" were available, but little or no choice of orchestras, conductors or performers.
After really studying the reviews and comments about the various CD players, I settled on the Bryston BCD-3 spinner. Yes, it's only for RedBook CDs and doesn't play SACDs; however, only a minuscule of the classical recordings are on SACDs.
Interesting: The BCD-3's DAC uses the same two chips and input/output factors as does their BDA-3 DAC. I've played a variety of discs, in the BCD-3 as a player, and then as a transport, feeding my BDA-3. No discernible difference.