Originally Posted by brentsg
....I think in general it's [buzzing] part of the technology and if you can't live with it you should buy a different technology if you prefer the alternate technology's "flaws".
I don't mean to pick on you, because I'm assuming you're trying to help. I've read countless articles on the internet and in HT magazines about the pros and cons of plasmas versus, as you call them, "alternate technologys".
I've read about pros and cons in the area of black levels; contrast ratios; burn-in; viewing angles; brightness; screen reflection; motion resolution; motion blur and on and on.
I've also read internet threads where fans of one of the alternate technologies are trying to put-down plasmas by talking about its drawbacks. These discussions get unnecessarily heated. The alternate technology fans mention screen reflection; lack of brightness; dirty whites; price; burn-in; electricity draw and more.
However, I've never read an article or a thread that lists buzzing as one of the drawbacks of plasmas ... unless it is referring to buzzing at high altitudes.
In general it's [buzzing] part of the technology and if you can't live with it you should buy a different technology".
This statement doesn't fit with my years of experience with plasmas and discussions about plasmas.