Slightly modified from the other thread...
New 58VT25 owner here...
I've been meaning to calibrate to my perfect preferences for gaming (PS3 mostly) and have found default THX mode is too washed out at times while Game mode is too contrast-y and unrealistic. I would also like to know if some of the processing features will detract or add to the PQ/performance. Input lag doesn't seem to be an issue to the so-called advantages of Game mode seems null with the obvious disadvantages (unrealistic jagged contrast look). Blacks are perfect deep all-around, but whites and certain colors are very washed out. I can't seem to find a balance where things aren't washed out in menus and picture isn't unrealistic contrast/saturation. Is there a devoted thread here for PS3/360 calibration for 2010 Panny's (specifically VT20/25) or is it all withheld in here?
I am probably way off here, but when thinking about it and related to buzzing, it somehow, somewhere seems that Panasonic tried to limit the amount of brightness on the entire display, most likely to prevent burn-in issues. For me, the brighter a picture is, the louder our TV buzzes. I can't imagine what a full white and very bright background would make our TV sound like. It's probably not technically related, but I do find it very odd that this so-called TV of the year can't produce louder white backgrounds.