It seems the Infitec is a color band pass solution, so by design it is doing something differently to the color being passed through each projector. Unless someone else here has this solution, or one similar, it will be hard for anyone to answer what you should do since its impact on the approach is not comepletely known.
But firstly, if its this bad, what does Infitec say? Maybe there is something wrong with your setup that needs to be fixed first.
Secondly, does it matter what color modes you run on the projector? I understand this is a high light loss solution, so are they running in some vivid-esque mode to maximize brightness at the sake of color accuracy? Can you try a matching pre-calibrated/cinema mode in each projector? Even if dark, do the colors look better?
Finally, Epsons usually have some decent gamma and CMS controls built in. Does the Infitec solution preclude calibrating each projector, and would it even matter if the color shift is being introduced in the splitter or filters? Does the filter get removed for 2d? Perhaps it is impossible to color correct with the filter unless they have a target they are trying to achieve that you could somehow calibrate to for each projector. At the colors equally poor after their splitter, or differingly poor?
What is Infitec's guidance on the splitter's RGB controls?
This sounds like something Infitec should address if the end result of their solution is poor...
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