I own two such devices. One is a Panasonic BDT-320 BluRay player which really is a multimedia device. One of its many options is to play audio files of various formats from SD cards. Another is a XORO (European brand) terrestrial digital television set top box. It has a USB connector. One of its many functions is to play music files in a number of formats from any USB storage device attached to it, which can be a USB stick, an SD card USB adapter, or a USB hard drive. Both devices have analogue out, both use an attached television for all display functions, both come with a remote. The only downside is that both devices do not display embedded graphics. I'm pretty sure there must be other players who do. Caveat: Many modern devices don't come with analogue out any more. Either make sure you get one that does, otherwhise you need an outboard audio DAC that accepts whatever digital signal the box ouptuts, typically HDMI or S/PDIF.