Have a read about Vortexboxes or Liv Zen boxes. You put your CD into the tray, it goes into the machine (which you have linked to the internet) and 5-8 minutes later it is ripped (usually as a FLAC), tagged (metadata with things like title, author, genre, year of issue) and artwork. The Vortexbox acts as a ripper and server so if you get a fanless unit it can simply play through the USB output into a USB DAC. You can also have it set up to play from TIDAL, Spotify and grab internet radio. The vortexbox store is here. Mine set me back £300 new and has be flawless for 6 years (barring the odd reboot in place of enema). You can also copy to the HDD of the Vortexbox as it will appear on the control panel of your PC as a network drive. It is a true UPnP device and backs up to USB HDD automatically. If I can get it working and maintain it without breaking sweat for all this time, I’m sure you will find it easy.
Any one of a number of devices can be used to control it (PC, tablet, smartphone) and there are loads of apps that can be used to control it.
Welcome to the 21st century. CDs are just storage for the media you care about… Mine are all in the loft.