Based on my experience I would prefer to not use a DVD or Blu-ray player for music. In our theater room we have a Denon DVD player, a Sony DVD player, a Sony DVD changer, a Sony BD player, and a Samsung BD player. All are hooked up and ready for use. (No 4K players because our theater room uses a plasma display.)
Used as transports via HDMI (with all audio processing turned off), each has its own mix of sonic virtues and deficiencies when listening to music. While all are OK in the bass department, problems are quite audible in the upper midrange and treble. None have the smoothness of a good CD player transport, for example. All have some degree of harshness in the upper mids, ranging from horrible to barely acceptable. The worst by far is the Sony DVP-S6500. The best, and the only one I could live with for music use if I had to choose, is the Samsung BD-H5900 (or a Samsung BD-F5700, which is in a different AV system). But none of them performs as well as the transports in the several CD players we use, such as Yamaha, Sony, Onkyo, and Harman/Kardon (connected via coaxial or optical cables).
In short, one cannot assume any DVD or Blu-ray player will sound great playing music if it is connected to an outboard DAC.
Music room: Cary SLI-80 tube integrated amplifier, McIntosh MA6500 integrated amplifier, Quad 99 preamp, Quad 909 power amp, Acoustic Research AR9 loudspeakers, Yamaha CD-N500 CD player, Teac UD-503 DSD DAC, Phase Linear 8000 II linear-tracking turntable.
Theater room: Panasonic 65S60 plasma television; Yamaha RX-A2020 (preamp section); Adcom GFA-5503 and GFA-5400 amplifiers; Polk LSi25, LSiC, and LSiF/X loudspeaker system; Velodyne FSR-18 servo-subwoofer.