Badajoz Cathedral, whose building includes a church, cloister and other areas for different uses, occupies a block in the centre of the city. The 40-metre-high bell tower, the gates and the crenellated crowning of the complex stand out on the outside.
House Of Worship
The interior of the church, with late Gothic vaults, consists of three naves and chapels. Opposite the presbytery is the choir, enclosed by walls and railings, where a magnificent set of 85 chairs from the 16th century can be seen. The Cathedral was declared a Historic-Artistic Monument on 3 June 1931.
The company SAVEX has been commissioned to provide a video transmission system for streaming in the cathedral's chapterhouse. For this work, they have selected the VEO-XTI2L and VEO-XRI2L low latency 4K extenders. The versatility of these devices allows video distribution up to 120m with a single Cat 5e/6 cable, extraction and insertion of both analogue and digital audio and excellent control options without the need for special PC-based configurations.