I need to replace my FM tuner. Since signal strength is the reason I'm assuming Internet Radio rather than DAB is the way to go. I understand that involves something called streaming but it is a whole new world and utterly strange to me. I hear names like Spotify, Tidal, HDtracks, Deezer, Qobuz, Amazon Music, Napster, TuneIn, iHeartRadio and SiriusXM banded about but I'm far too old to try to discover what on earth they all do - especially as I very much doubt it is anything I'd ever want to do. What I want is a direct replacement for my FM tuner, nothing more or less. Actually all I need is a box that connects, on my home wifi, to the URL https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/live:bbc_radio_three and pushes the resulting signal through a good built in DAC into a pair of RCA outputs that I can feed into my pre-amp. IE a simple but good quality self contained direct replacement for my current tuner (unmoved from radio 3 for over 50 years!) I know I could use a simple PC but ideally it shouldn't look out of place on my HiFi rack, sport any features, bells or whistles I don't want, or cost much more than £500.