The Wyred4Sound Remedy (full disclosure, I'm selling one on e-bay) Is a pretty good add on for these low cost streaming appliances.
@sboje What type of notebook are you using, PC? Mac?
There are various remote apps online, that you can download to your phone/tablet so you don't have to get up every time you want to change the track or album.
I have my iMac connected to my Wyred4Sound DAC, and I use Audirvana with remote app on my iPad. Works like a charm.
I stream Tidal using BlueOs application on my mobile device from anywhere in the house. But you need a Bluesound Node2 or another Bluesound gear to accomplish this. I've compared the Node2 with running Tidal application from my PC using asynchronous USB via a separate DAC and I honestly couldn't tell the difference, especially now that BluOs mobile application supports Tidal Masters with MQA. The Tidal integration with Bluesound is literally seamless.
The Remedy does look like it is the right solution. The price is hefty though.
Why, over a decade after the invention of the buffering iPod, are DACs not buffering and then reclocking internally? I get it when Mark Levinson could screw people by selling a $15,000 CD transport, but companies like Schiit have no expensive mechanical streaming devices to protect. What am I missing here?