I just discovered on some audiophile sites references to Roon https://roonlabs.com and decided to check it out. It is very expensive ($119 a year, $499 lifetime), but I am very impressed. Features supported include: 1. MQA. My explorer 2 DAC has never been so happy with all three lights (blue and white) lit up. 2. Tidal. You can listen to Tidal masters at up to 192kHz/24 bit on the explorer 2, even higher bitrates on other DACs. 3. your iTunes and Tidal libraries accessible via one common interface 4. iTunes and Tidal playlists, although you do have to import iTunes playlists. 5. Integrated playlists! You can create Roon playlists which have tracks from both iTunes and Tidal. 6. Codec support for most of those that won't play in iTunes such as Flac, OGG, even DSD256 (DSF, DFF) 7. Curated collections 8. IOS and other clients via the server which runs on your Mac It is a complex program, but their documentation and instructions are very clear. Questions I've posted to the Community forum are responded to quickly, and have a very high level of technical expertise. I don't remember been this impressed by support (other than Apple) in some time. In short you have one place which will integrate all of your audio so you don't have to use different players for codecs that iTunes doesn't support. There are issues, of course. I'm still exploring, but you can't favorite Tidal albums unless in a Roon Playlist. Can't update a Tidal playlist. They are working on these issues.