PixelProtector DVD Edition V2

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PixelProtector is a DVD based premium screen diagnostic and calibration tool for all types of LCD, plasma and rear projection TV screens. If you own a large flat screen TV and you’re serious about achieving optimum performance from your television and you want to preserve the life of your TV set, then PixelProtector is for you! PixelProtector DVD is packed full of features that will ensure your television is correctly calibrated to gain the sharpest and most colourful image … More >>

PixelProtector DVD Edition V2

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5 Comments
  1. TRIED IT FOR 3 WEEKS DID NOT WORK ON MY PIONEER PLASMA 50 INCH THAT ESPN IMAGE BURN IN IT ….THE ONLY THING IT DID WORK ON WAS IMPROVING THE PICTURE COLOR —-[…]
    Rating: 1 / 5

  2. We have used this a total of three different times, going through all three washes each time and it did not get rid of the stuck (red) pixel on our 4year old Sony 50 inch rear-projection tv. We were very optimistic but sorry to say it didn’t work at all on the pixel, however it did make the color much better, so it wasn’t a total waste of money.
    Rating: 2 / 5

  3. Product did not work on removal of my plasma burn in. I have used it several times with no apparent improvement.
    Rating: 2 / 5

  4. I don’t know who is writing the positive reviews of this DVD, but I thought it was a total waste of money. After I wasted the ink to print the 21 page instruction manual it still made no sense. The manual shows you a few test screens and is real vague at explaining what to do with each one, then when you put the DVD in it shows you different test screens that are not in the manual and asks you to select one. So then test screens show up on your TV for around 20 seconds each then it changes to another one and you are supposed to hit pause each time and adjust something on each one. The problem is very few of the test screens are in the manual so you have no idea what to adjust on 3/4 of them. And like I said above, even the ones that are in the manual don’t have a good explanation.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  5. The instructions for use of this DVD are minimal at best. Supposedly you can go to their website for more detailed instructions, but retail customers must register for their forum to see the instructions. It would have been far more convenient if the instructions were included, either in printed form or on the disk itself. I can’t comment on whether the DVD will fix “stuck pixels.” You must run it for many hours to achieve that result.
    Rating: 2 / 5

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