Siegfried Linkwitz

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Siegfried H. Linkwitz
Born 1935
Bad Oeynhausen, Germany
Residence California
Fields Electrical engineering
Institutions Hewlett-Packard, Audio Artistry
Alma mater Stanford University, Darmstadt University of Technology
Known for Microwave, RF, EMC

Siegfried Linkwitz (born 1935) is well known as the co-inventor of the Linkwitz–Riley filter[1] along with Russ Riley. He has submitted several important technical papers to the Journal of the Audio Engineering Society and other related publications, which have become foundational to modern loudspeaker theory.[2] Examples of his recent work include extensive development of dipolar loudspeaker theory.[3] Also a contributor to electronics and "DIY" loudspeaker enthusiast magazines such as Electronics (Wireless) World, and Speaker Builder magazines.[4] [5]


  1. ^ Linkwitz Crossover Theory
  2. ^ List of Sigfried Linkwitz publications
  3. ^ Linkwitz Dipole Speaker Theory
  4. ^ Shannon Dickson Interviews Siegfried Linkwitz, Stereophile April, 1996
  5. ^ Siegfried Linkwitz Resume

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