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Ehab ... what you're seeing sounds much like what I reported in the review as obvious oversaturation "in an occasional scene, most often as an oversaturated red in flesh tones." The main difference is that you couldn't find a setting that would eliminate the problem--or at least tone it down enough to keep it from being intrusive.

The difference between your experience and mine could be due to the difference in source or source material. The review mentions this as a potential issue, and you may simply be confirming it. It's also possible that your unit shifts color a touch more than unit we tested, either because of manufacturing variation from one unit to the next or because of different firmware. Unfortunately, there's no way to know if that's the case without measurements or at least having both units connected to the same source and projecting images side by side.