Each pixel consists of a column of liquid crystal molecules suspended between two transparent electrodes, and two polarizing filters, the axes of polarity of which are perpendicular to each other. Without the liquid crystals between them, light passing through one would be blocked by the other. The liquid crystal twists the polarization of light entering one filter to allow it to pass through the other. The molecules of the liquid crystal have electric charges on them. By applying small electrical charges to transparent electrodes over each pixel or sub-pixel, the molecules are twisted by electrostatic forces. This changes the twist of the light passing through the molecules, and allows varying degrees of light to pass (or not pass) through the polarizing filters. Before applying an electrical charge, the liquid crystal molecules are in a relaxed state. Charges on the molecules cause these molecules to align themselves in a helical structure, or twist (the "crystal"). In some LCDs, the electrode may have a chemical surface that seeds the crystal, so it crystallizes at the needed angle. Light passing through one filter is rotated as it passes through the liquid crystal, allowing it to pass through the second polarized filter. A small amount of light is absorbed by the polarizing filters, but otherwise the entire assembly is transparent. When an electrical charge is applied to the electrodes, the molecules of the liquid crystal align themselves parallel to the electric field, thus limiting the rotation of entering light. If the liquid crystals are completely untwisted, light passing through them will be polarized perpendicular to the second filter, and thus be completely blocked. The pixel will appear unlit. By controlling the twist of the liquid crystals in each pixel, light can be allowed to pass though in varying amounts, correspondingly illuminating the pixel. -DJ Craig
PS2's work on most t.v's but i tryed it and it was a toshbia brand lcd and the lcd tv broke so i'd go with the hdtv :D
If your lcd is a newer tv, then most of the time, the 64's will not work with the video ins. Some of the older lcd's can run 64 but your best bet is just running it on an older tv.
The PS3 will work on any TV you can connect it to
Yes, you can use a wall mount for your LCD TV. It will give your home more of a newer feel when you have it mounted!
you can get a plasma or an LCD TV, that will work perfect
These days there are many cheap LCD televisions available on the market, so it is not difficult to find a good cheap LCD TV. To see which bands are the best, have a look at this Cheap LCD TVs Buying Guide: http://www.cheapism.com/cheap-lcd-tv
u plug the computer into the tv
Yes an LCD t.v can still work with an antenna. Infact, the picture may come in much clearer.
No because the LCD or plasma technology is relatively new. It also depends on the maufacturer. Panasonics plasma tv has a 100,000 lifespan versus 60,000 of an LCD. Plasma and LCD are not the same type of tv either.
nope, it'll work just like a regular tv. i have an LCD, and it woks just fine with my systems.