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Well, all the Epsons I had were used, 2000$ models from around 2010. None of them had white whites. To a certain extent, this is acceptable in entry-level LCDs, because it’s not even something noticeable when watching movies, unless on plain white scenes. But I don’t know what to expect from a 2017 entry-level Epson. Using Cinema modes usually aggravates this, as Epson’s Cinema Filter clearly adds a blue/red tint. So, you can try other modes. You can also try raising colour temperature to around 6500K. I wouldn’t go higher than this.
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