I am not questioning anyone elses personal experience, but I just stuck my ear against my Kuro. It does not buzz.
have been to a few shops today and found all the plasmas to have a buzz which I found more noticeable when the image was white. Please don't take this as criticism of others relpies to this thread. So i have made a decision on my experiences and ordered the 46HX853 which is due Tuesday, until then we will be enjoying the last few evenings with our 32KDLW5500. Now it's time to search for a wall mount. Thanks for the relies and guidance.
Yeah it does buzz more on whites! The other two I had constantly buzzed too though, but the one I have at present it is barely noticeable and the picture is amazing!
Panasonic 50GT50, Pioneer Bdp-lx71, Pioneer Vsx-lx70, B&W FPM Series & B&W PV1.
My Pioneer lx5090 was just a constant low buzzing noise, so I just turned up the volume and didn't notice it. My Dad's Pioneer 427xd can buzz quite loud at times but you just turn the volume up again. It was not distracting, and you soon got used to it.
Agreed...whites do tend to cause more buzzing than normal and I simply done what gel done and turned the volume up a little and soon got used to it, however, when my 46HX853 was delivered I really noticed how quiet it was in operation so it's strange how quickly you become used to some background noise. The buzzing I had on my GT30 was never distracting and apart from the one set I received which had really extreme buzzing that refused to be drowned out I never thought it was a problem.
Sony KDL46HX853, Yamaha RX-A2020, Dali Zensor 5 5.1, Panasonic DMP-BDT500MR, WD TV Live, Marantz CD6003, Marantz PM6004, Beresford TC-7220 MKII, PS3, Xbox 360, QED Silver Anniversary XT speaker cable, Wireworld Chroma 7 HDMIs, Chord Crimson Sub and RCA, Chord Superscreen Mains Cable
That's simply the best way src1...there is simply no better way to make your mind up than looking at tvs for yourself. Hopefully you will be happy with the 46HX853 when you receive it and I look forward to hearing if you are happy with it.
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