TinyTV® 2 with Tiny Remote
TinyTV® 2 with Tiny Remote
TinyTV® 2 with Tiny Remote
TinyTV® 2 with Tiny Remote
TinyTV® 2 with Tiny Remote
TinyTV® 2 with Tiny Remote
TinyTV® 2 with Tiny Remote
TinyTV® 2 with Tiny Remote

TinyTV® 2 with Tiny Remote


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Regular price $ 59.95 Save $ -59.95


The TinyTV® 2 is the cutest way to watch your favorite videos and full-length movies. It is fully assembled, comes preloaded with videos, and works right out of the box. Adjust the volume and surf between channels by turning the knobs on the TinyTV 2 or by using the included Tiny Remote control.

The TinyTV® 2 comes in a beautiful plastic case, has a rechargeable battery, 2 rotary knobs for channel and volume control, an ON/OFF switch.  The TinyTV® 2 is available in both a classic brown TV color and clear plastic.

You can also easily load your own videos, movies, and TV shows using the TinyTV Converter - a free tool to convert any MP4 file. Then load the files onto the TinyTV® 2 using USB-C. You can also stream videos from a connected computer over USB-C.

This miniature best fits a 1:12 scale for a working TV, but please view the Tech Specs for the measurements to make your own decision on sizing. 

 Note: This does not receive over-the-air television content, nor can it wirelessly livestream.

  • Display: IPS TFT 65K Color, 26mm (1.0"), 216x135 pixels
  • Battery: Li-Polymer 3.7V, 150mAh, about 2 hours of video playback 
  • Storage: Built in 8GB, about 10 hours of video playback
  • Audio: 16x9mm (0.6" x 0.4") front facing speaker
  • Inputs: Power Button, 2 rotary knobs for channel and volume control
  • Remote:  Can be controlled by an Infrared (IR) remote control
  • Processor: Raspberry Pi RP2040 Processor
  • Connectivity:  USB-C for uploading and battery charging

Measurements (when looking at the screen):

  • Max height: 47.6mm ± 1mm
  • Max length: 36.6mm ± 1mm
  • Max width: 25.9mm ± 1mm
  • A USB-C cable is not included in the kit.   
  • The Tiny Remote works best about 12-18in. away from an IR Receiver. Works best with the TinyTV when pointed toward the top (where the receiver is).

    If one of the below options doesn't answer your question(s), you can post on the TinyTV section of our forum, or get in touch with customer support.

      Customer Reviews

      Based on 57 reviews
      Stevo In Yr Studio
      Love The TinyTV2

      I am a multimedia artist and produced a lot of groundbreaking video art in the late 1970s through early 1980s. My wife gave me the TinyTV2 as a birthday gift. I easily converted and loaded my video art to the TinyTV2 and absolutely love seem them all so small. This is an awesome, true working, TV with remote control. Best birthday present ever! Video clip: Synoid (1983).


      Very cool product!

      Daryn S.
      Tiny fun for everyone!

      This thing is super cool and easy to use! I was able to throw a handful of full-length movies on it, and a bunch of 90s commercial compilations. The transition and power off/on effects are a nice touch. This little TV would be a cool addition to a mini diorama or something along those lines. Another neat feature is that you can stream your computer screen to it! I haven't had a chance to use this much, but it would be pretty neat to try and play something like Super Mario World on it.

      The converter that TinyCircuits provides is simple and gets the job done well. The only thing I would keep in mind is that audio conversion is not always the best for some things and I think depends mostly on the source it's coming from (it's also a tiny little speaker packed in there). For example, the 90s commercials have amazing audio, but The Matrix has very low, choppy/distorted audio. If you have the means to do so, try to boost the audio volume of videos before you convert them for the TinyTV (you can do this in something like iMovie on macOS, or open source solutions like Kdenlive or Shotcut).

      This is a great piece of tech to have around for friends and family. When my wife and I are hanging out at home, we will often just let it play and skip around on the channels. One of my favorite things to do was tell people we got a new TV and then send them a picture of the TinyTV.