The L570U remote provides several useful shortcuts, including a Source Search option and dedicated Input buttons, Aspect Ratio, Menu, and Escape buttons. Standard controls like Page Up/Down and Volume Up/Down are also included. With this remote, you can access almost all of the L570U's core features.
The dedicated freeze button can be particularly useful, as it allows you to freeze content on the screen instantly. While this happens your media continues to run in the background and can be continued with another tap of the freeze button. This is useful in presentations when you need to prepare another slide or pull up a video. You can queue up the content in the background while the current slide is frozen in place. It’s a nice small touch that allows you to add a level of professionalism to your presentation.
Although the remote is smaller than some others, the button spacing makes it easy to use. Additionally, there are quick-access buttons for Color Mode, Aspect Ratio, and a Custom User button that allows you to choose from Light Source Mode, Info, Test Pattern, Resolution, On-screen Display, Image Enhancement, or Content Playback. Overall, the L570U remote control is intuitive and convenient, allowing you to quickly access all of the projector's features.
This projector boasts a redesigned menu section that differs slightly from some of the 2022 projector models. However, it still offers all of the same great features that you're familiar with. You can access the menu using either the remote or the physical menu button located on the back of the projector.
The main menu is organized into sections for image, signal, settings, extended, network, info, and reset. Navigating the menu is straightforward and grants you quick access to all of your settings. Additionally, pressing the home button will take you to a different menu that displays all of your input options and provides shortcuts to useful functions, making it even more convenient to use.
The 4K enhancement feature can be turned on or off in the image enhancement section. You’ll also find super resolution and detail enhancement settings that will let you fine-tune the level of detail in your image. Then you can save your settings as a preset that can be easily accessed for future situations.
For the best visual experience, use a media source that is HDR compatible like the Chromecast 4K or Apple TV. Then turn the HDR feature on in your projector settings. This is the best way to get the most out of your projector.
While most HDR content look good, occasionally, a loss of detail can be observed in the highlights. For instance, a waterfall in a nature scene might appear blown out, or a snow scene might look too bright.
|1920 x 1200 pixels
|1920 x 1200 pixels
|Brightness (Manufacturer Claim)
|5200 ANSI lumens
|Light Source Type
|Light Source Life
|Zoom Lens Ratio
|Vertical: ±30 degrees; Horizontal: ±30 degrees
|Native Aspect Ratio
|DVI or HDMI
|10 watt Mono
|Noise Level (-db)
|31 dB (Normal); 23 dB (ECO)
|Low Lag Gaming
|Split screen, image freeze, aspect ratios, iProjection
|Wired (LAN RJ-45)
|17.32" x 12.59" x 5.35"
|3 years (Epson Road Service program)