This has been covered way back. Just search my username in this thread and keep going back in time. I believe I harped on it the most and didn't really get a whole lot of feedback.
For my UHD60, it seemed every Color setting was just over doing it. This was especially true for BrilliantColor.
With the issue you are showing in the photos, I totally resolved it for me and the various materials and sources I saw it in. I got a UHD51A for 3D around May 14th of last year but I did manage to take some screen shots of my HD60's picture settings before taking it down (still have it).
Just note that the settings were to address the issue in the photos you provide. Not the rings you are referring to or the issue with bright whites clipping as mentioned in the few posts above. The settings below were before I tried to tackle the Contrast of the image: still had issue with bright whites when I took the UHD60 down.
The UHD51A didn't have issue with BrilliantColor set to the default of 10 and bright whites aren't clipped as bad, i.e. scenes that appeared washed out white on the UHD60 were OK on the UHD51A.
If you see anymore color solarization, try setting the source (PS4 Pro, whatever) to 4:2:0 or force 4:2:0 instead of 4:2:2.
Note that despite the very low settings below, I still got a great, colorful image:
Display Mode: HDR
Wall Color: Off
Dynamic Range >
Color: 0 (the default 23 had severe red push at the high bright red end of the spectrum)
Color Settings >
BrilliantColor: 2 (tried 0, 3 brought the visual issue back for me in the most extreme source materials, only at 2 would the issue go away in all source material and sources)
Color Temperature: D65
Color Gamut: Cinema
CMS > defaults
RGB Gain/Bias> defaults
Color Space: Auto
UltraDetail: Off (I miss this, with the UHD51A the UltraDetail can't be turned off and is apart of Sharpness)
Dynamic Black: On (I believe this to be correct, I usually had it off and resets change settings back to default but with the other settings above maybe I was able to finally use it)
Originally Posted by aa2300
Apologies in advance if this has been covered previously. I've had my UHD60 for about 2 weeks now. Still have yet to hang a screen, because I haven't decided if I'm going to keep the projector. One of my major frustrations seems to be a visual blow out of whites. It looks like all detail is lost, and there is almost a sparkling effect. Cyan/Pink/Green can be seen around the edges, it honestly kind of looks like a CGA monitor from way back in the days. I've been suspecting it was HDMI, but I'm now on my 3rd HDMI cable. This latest one being a 50ft RUIPRO fiber cable. I've observed this issue both on 1080p Bluray and Netflix playback. Source is always a PS4 thus far. I've also observed another frustrating phenomenon which is weird circular almost rings? Haven't seen that as much so it's not driving me as crazy, but I dont think it's my source material...
I'm attaching some photos but realize the detail might be hard to see. Any help would be sincerely appreciated. Previously have owned a BenQ W1070 so I'm not too unfamiliar with what to expect...Thanks in advance!