St. Stephen's Cathedral, Budapest
St. Stephen's Cathedral is the largest and most important house of worship in Budapest and easily holds 8,500 visitors. The basilica is built in the neoclassical style and is based on the Greek transverse floor plan and is 96 meters high, 62 meters wide and 92 meters long.
St. Stephen's Cathedral was the first Hungarian church building to receive the title of basilica from Pope Pius XI in 1931. Since 1987, St. Stephen's Basilica has been part of the Danube Panorama of the UNESCO World Heritage.
For this architecturally extremely demanding house of worship, several Pan Beam line array loudspeakers were chosen to provide excellent speech intelligibility. The individual coloring of the active, digitally controllable speakers harmonizes perfectly and unobtrusively with the marble walls.