Plazma is the (most common) state of matter, the 4th state of matter. Plazma is in stars the sun plazma tvs lighning neon lights. Plazma has a indefinate shape and volume. but the molecules in plazma are able to move freely but for example, in a solid the molecules dont move they vibrate in place. :):):):):):):):):):);0:)::):):)
No a PS3 can play on any TV that has input plugs to connect the PS3
no the PS3 will work even if the TV does not get reception from TV stations. To go online the PS3 does need an internet connection, but a PS3 does not have togo online it will not be as good, but will still work.
You need to get a PS3 HDMI cord or equivalent connected properly from the PS3 to the TV and in the PS3 menu, go to video settings, select video output settings, and it tells you what to do from there.
It depends what type of TV you have. If you have a standard TV, all you need is the PS3, and all the connection cables that come with it. Once there connected, all you need is some games to play. But if you have a HD TV, you will need the PS3, all the connection cables that come with it and a HDMI cable. This HDMI cable is what transmits the HD visuals onto the HD TV.
You may need to switch your TV over to display the correct input that the PS3 is connected to.
Plazma...плазма example: plasma screen of a TV
In order for the PS3 to work best on a HDTV you need to have or purchase either an HDMI or a component AV cable and connect the PS3 to the HDTV. The PS3 will play on a HDTV when it is connected with the AV cable that was provided, but it will not be in HD
As long as you have a TV, the PS3 comes packaged with everything you need to hook it up. If you want High Definition though, you do need an HDMI cable.
That would be the SHARP LC32GP3B 32-Inch AQUOS 1080p Gaming LCD TV that is best for gaming. PS3 has 1080p resolution.So to see that resolution fully you need a 1080p television.
I do not believe so. As long as your PS3 comes with standard AV cables a normal TV should work.