Where to go from here - Dac/Integrated Amp Etc...?

I am looking to upgrade my system to include streaming from Tidal to my audio setup. Not looking to use Bluetooth or a phone, or computer. 

Currently, I have a mostly 2 channel setup geared towards vinyl and Cd's

Equipment includes:
Elac Debut 2.0 B6.2 speakers
Cd player
RP1 Turntable
NAD 7240 PE(don't let the watts fool you, it cranks out over 150 watts per channel)

Wondering if I'd be better off getting a stand-alone network device +DAC, or an integrated amp with network capabilities like the Yahama R-N303. Would the 303 be better/cleaner for 2 channel audio then the NAD 7240?

Any advice would be welcome.
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Bluenote 2i $600. Then shop DACs.
Integrated Control Amp would be my first choice or you could Replace the CD player with a modern Multi Disc Player from Yamaha/Denon/Cambridge or several others,most of which have streaming options built in...

To the  extent possible stick with dedicated devices.   A standalone network device and DAC that is dedicated to your music should yield much better results regarding sound quality.
Hello, I’m the WRSM for Anthem. I’m not sure what your budget is, but you should take a look at Anthem’s STR INTEGRATED Amp ($4500) which is at Anthemav.com .  200w x 2 at 8 ohm -  400w into 4ohms - will seriously run any speaker on the planet just fine.  
Since you’re a vinyl guy, you’ll love the fully adjustable RIAA Curves on the MC or MM inputs with some presets for various record labels on those pre 1975 albums when there was no standardization for EQ on records.  
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