DAC: high quality USB + preamp $5000


I gonna purchase a new setup for my large room in the nearest future. I'd like listening to music by the computer mostly PC and Foobar2000, but it's usually disgusting sounding via USB from a lot of DACs, more worse than their AES inputs with external CD-transport or internal CD-drive of classical Players, unfortunatelly.
Also, a full preamplifier is too expensive for me.
So, What DAC up to $5-6000 could be prefered for connection to PC via USB sounding not worse than AES input and with high quality internal preamp not worse than separate preamplifier?
Thanks in advance for any advices!
(Sorry for my English)
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http://www.resolutionaudio.com/cantata.html
Kenscollick, Thank you very much! Nice device I've never thought before about.
I'm also willing to consider DAC without preamp section because I might to buy integrated amplifier. But it's necessary good sounding via USB.
Before I owned the Cantata I was using a Wadia 781 I like the simplicity of not having a pre amp in the system. I haven't updated my system on this site, The Cantata does everything right.
Unfortunately, the Cantata doesn't require to install drivers for the Windows platform, so it doesn't support bit-perfect (via ASIO/WASAPI) and asynchronous mode :-(
The AMR DP 777 would fit the bill. The preamp isn't to bad either. I use the DAC not the preamp. I have listened to the preamp but prefer my integrated.
I have a friend who uses a McIntosh C50 to play computer audio files via USB. His system sounds excellent to me
Exasound E22. Hard to do better.
Well, what about Meitner MA-1/2 at second hand if consider DAC without preamp? How good is it sounding via USB in comparing self-board CD-drive or external CD-transport?