Originally Posted by Pqbrown
I did not notice the buzz, but the positioning is quite different (it's mounted on the wall now, it was off the wall a ways and on a stand there). I have an 8g 6010 and an 8g panny and while they do buzz, it's not nearly as pronounced as it is on this set. Is there a way to test the power supply to tell if this is the issue? I absolutely love the set, and the pq is outstanding, so I'd really hate to give up on it.
I'm not a service tech, but as I understand it, a power supply going bad will make noise that can be traced to the power supply card and it's best heard from the back of the set.
I have a 6010 and I could hear it buzz the day it was mounted over six and a half years ago. The buzz was coming from the entire surface of the screen, and my head was within inches of the screen. I've never put my head that close to the screen since day one.
From your description, it sounds like your room is causing a different experience that you were used to at your parents home. Your focus is probably different too. If it's plasma technology buzzing that your are hearing, those two areas are your best chance to solve your problem.
For instance, our viewing room is very soft so we don't have audio bouncing off of a lot of hard surfaces. Your parents may have an acoustically soft room, and your may have a room with a lot of reflecting surfaces.