Posterization of light scene in Lightroom

Whenever I have to import images with bright, saturated stage lighting in LR, images are highly posterisees and lack the detail in saturated areas. I tried all kinds of settings, but nothing seems to get rid of. The straight JPEGs out of the camera (a Nikon D600) are not of this. Also, if I put the RAW Capture One files, images are not Posterization, as you can see in the grabs screen example below.

Any ideas why this is? Thank you.

posterize1.jpg

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Try different camera profiles.  If this does not help, I think that there is nothing you can do.  Profiles DNG do not handle too saturated colors very well.

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