If "tank" and "quiet" are higher priority, you might try Milwaukee's M18 cordless 2-gallon compressor although it's a little more $ than some. This video has it running around the 3:50 mark if you want to hear what it sounds like.
Not that you need the power for topping up a few tires per year, but I have also been really impressed with the California Air Tools compressor that I bought for the basement/hangar a few years ago (I went with small aluminum tank and highest power motor/pump that would run on 120v):
Any air compressor you buy us going to induce moisture to the air. Just the process of compressing air generates heat and that heated air causes water to condense. If you want completely dry air to fill your tires then you are going to need to either use nitrogen or install a large compressor and air line dryer like they have for automotive paint booths. The nitrogen tank setup is going to be about $200 and another $50-75 every time you empty it. The air dryer is going to cost around $2000 plus the compressor and piping.
In reality the air in your tires will end up having the same amount of moisture that’s in the air outside when you fill them. It will re evaporate into the air in your tires over time so you won’t end up with pooled water inside if that is your concern. It’s also not going to be enough moisture to cause any type of corrosion or maintenance issues. If your tires have tubes (many do) those rubber tubes will also keep any moisture away from the metal rims as well.
You really are trying to solve a problem with your airplane that just isn’t there. If you only want to fill your tires without any noise then get a small portable 3 gallon air tank from harbor freight, fill it up at the local gas station, keep it in your hanger and just pull it out when you occasionally need to top off a tire when your wife is around.