I would recommend getting an external DAC/amp, for a $100 you can find something that sounds better the ALC892.
Schiit Fulla 3 DAC/amp, it's what I'm using right now, driving my HF 580, while listening to R.I.O. Like I love you :)
600-Ohm headphones were great headphones to have, 40 or more years ago, and if your into tube head amps. There are now 25-Ohm to 50-Ohm headphones that easily equal, if not better 600-Ohm headphones, check out the 32-Ohm Soundmagic HP200, it's like a combo of the DT880/DT990.
Or even better...
DX7s on Massdrop sold for around $360ish.
DX7 Pro comes with a nice ES9038 Pro DAC chip.
The DX7s uses 2 older model DAC chips and the DX7 Pro also comes with a 4.4mm balanced headphone jack.
Not sure what other improvements the DX7 Pro, has over the DX7s.
Might be the audio is recorded in 32-bit to make the audio louder?
Guessing most people who listen to stream music do not have a 32-bit DAC, so not seeing a big deal for getting a DAC that supports 32bit audio.
CD-Audio is 16-bit/44.1K, so no reason (benefit) for streaming at 24-bit or 32-bit or 48K (but I'm not the expert).
What is your budget for a DAC (DAC/amp)?
Schiit Fulla 3 ($100) DAC/amp is a good bargain.