It is possible to decode DSD and send it to your normal DAC. It will make a sound, as good as your normal DAC can do. Do a search for "dsd to wav converter". I am not clear if it can be done in realtime or if you need to convert to a file, probably depending of how much oomph your computer has.
But the "hifi people" say that this misses the point of listening to DSD. The magic comes from using the specific DSD equipment which will somehow sound even better than any standard DAC. Well, as they say in the car adverts, YMMV (your mileage may vary).
Addendum: Note that mp3 is compressed format where information in the sound is removed by purpose. DSD is non-compressed making the data file a lot larger. Some people say the can hear the difference, but to me, if you play back on your phone speaker, not so much.