Newegg has the Entertainment Experience B33 Color3 Advanced HDMI Color Processing Device for $80 - 10% off with coupon code VMEPROMOMAR13 [Exp 3/21] (when you check out with V.me by Visa) - $80 rebate [Exp 3/18] + $3 shipping ($0 shipping w/ ShopRunner) = -$5 shipped. Increases color saturation, preserve accurate skin tones and other memory colors, and features user-controlled color settings, 2 HDMI input, and FPGA chip eeColor technology.

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    Elpee Ben's cred: 153
    Posted 4:36 am PDT 03/13/13

    It's POC, if you want to know.

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    zzyzx Ben's cred: 158
    Posted 4:59 am PDT 03/13/13

    I don't know #1, this might look good in my POS collection. How is this thing suppose to benefit your HDTV viewing experience?

    Increases color saturation (Doesn't the TV already do this?)
    Preserve accurate skin tones and other memory colors (Huh?)
    Features user-controlled color settings (Doesn't the TV already do this?)
    2 HDMI input (Whippie)
    FPGA chip eeColor technology (WTF is this?)

    Benefits:
    - Select the right display setting to maximize the viewing experience of your favorite content
    - Variations specifically customized for general TV viewing, movies, sports, gaming and computer monitors
    - Installs in minutes using HDMI cables
    - True, cinema-like picture quality in your home, in any room, any time of day
    - Enjoy movies like the director intended them, sports like you're in the stadium and video games like your in another world.

    Looks like you can only control this though the use of the cheesy remote.

    http://www.avsforum.com/t/1437921/eecolor3-advanced-hdmi-color-processing-device

    Attention Master Rebators: The good news is that the rebate is coming from Newegg for buying this device you don't really need.

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    dave_c Ben's cred: 3667
    Posted 6:10 am PDT 03/13/13

    Preserving my other memory colors for -$5 seems like a deal to me.

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    zzyzx Ben's cred: 158
    Posted 6:12 am PDT 03/13/13

    My memories are in color too. Do you dream in black and white?

    Of course the total cost of this device is slightly higher in California, like $8 for sales tax...

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=L3LHAlcrTRA

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    Elpee Ben's cred: 153
    Posted 9:00 am PDT 03/13/13

    I don't trust what I saw in advertisement. Did you read all reviews there? Besides, I suppose you would receive your huge rebate after 3 months. Otherwise, you're screwed.

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    bytre Ben's cred: 16
    Posted 10:26 am PDT 03/13/13

    Garbage, unless you have a totally defective color decoder in your source.. nevermind, you'd get a new source.

    May be useful for people who don't like accurate color rendering, and instead want more POP. Or those who can't figure out how to adjust the TV.

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