looking for a dac


Looking to add a dac to my system
using an integrea drx3 for pre/pro
sony es amp 5.1
tekton lores 
nad cbe cd 
svs pb 200 sub
svs prime mini surrounds snell in wall high rear
7.1 set up using integra to run snells 
running tidal through the integra the interface sucks 
was looking for dac recomendations under 1000$
only product im familiar with is bluenode 2i
which has recieved high praise
sny suggestions
priorities are a better Tidal experience and a warm sound for music listening
katzlar
brace yourself, you're about to get a flurry for recommendations for the bluenode 2i indicating its an outstanding value in the under $1,000 (and even under $500) price range.  In my experience you need to step up into the $2,000 range to get anything substantially better. So I guess I will be the first to recommend and then I will let others pile on ;-)
Starting Point systems NOS dac TDA 1543.... With these cheap price dac I forget all future possible upgrade at any price...Rightly implemented this battery dac that I drive with an external lithium battery has no defect at all in my system and to my ears … The risk is low you can buy one used for around 100 bucks...My system is Sansui AU-7700 amplifier with Mission cyrus 781 speakers,akg K 701 headphone, a very good system, entirely cleaned of vibrations and resonance that sound so great that I smile  without any idea of upgrading it...Impossible to really upgrade that under 20,000 bucks...I say that to give to you a context for my advice with a dac...The dac is in my experience the most difficult piece to buy if we want a good ratio quality/price...I am lucky...
thanks for the responses
all the info i can gather is most helpful
the NAD at $1k is better than the built in Bluesound DAC, I believe it is the M-51
Brother in law has both
IMO the Amber II by Lampizator is much more musical but slightly less etched/detailed. New about $2,200
Can every now and then be found used...
maybe save up for something significantly better than the competent DAC in the Bluesound...
have fun
enjoy the music.

Do try to get the Bluesound on a seperate circuit, all your digital stuff, wallwarts, etc away from the analog circuits....