Luxul Switches Overview

Luxul Switches is the #4 ranked solution in our list of top AV Over IP Switching tools. It is most often compared to Ubiquiti UniFi Switches: Luxul Switches vs Ubiquiti UniFi Switches

What is Luxul Switches?

Luxul is the leading innovator of simple-to-deploy professional grade IP networking solutions made just for custom installation professionals. Designed for use in both residential and commercial environments, the Luxul family offers a complete line of solutions that simplify network design and deployment—resulting in a scalable network that is both powerful and easy to install. With Luxul, installers can deliver the ultimate IP network without the complexity associated with traditional networking gear. All Luxul products include free lifetime support and a three-year limited warranty. Plus, Luxul equipment is available only through authorized distributors of residential and commercial integration products.

Luxul Switches Buyer's Guide

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Director of Product Management at a engineering company with 11-50 employees
Real User
Mar 6, 2021
Good pricing, but needs better UI and is only built for smaller-sized setups

What is our primary use case?

We primarily use the solution as AV over IP, which means you use the switch transport for audio-video. You use the encoder in code, with the video audio into the IP package, and then send them over the network switch and the switch you need to support a multicast.

Pros and Cons

  • "The solution is less expensive than other options."
  • "You do need to be an IT person in order to handle the initial setup. An AV person would struggle a bit."

What other advice do I have?

I use a 48 1G PoE switch. We sometimes sell the product to customers. In general, I would rate the solution at a six out of ten.