Anyone hear of the Black Cable Tie tweak?

Black Cable Tie Tweak. Just in time for Christmas!

Here's a fun little project. Count the number of drain spouts on your house or apt building - drain spouts are the long, 6" diameter vertical metal pipes that run from the roof gutters to the ground. You might know them better as waterspouts, downspouts, roof drain pipes or some other arcane word or terminology so don't bust my chops.

Obtain enough 14" black cable ties from Home Depot so you'll have one black cable tie for each drain spout. IIRC 14" black cable ties come in a pack of 10 which should be plenty unless you live in Buckingham Palace. If you encounter a drain spout that's too wide for the 14" cable tie, use two cable ties per drain spout. First, freeze the cable ties.

Place all cable ties in the freezer overnight (about 12 hours). Remove them the next day and allow to thaw to room temperature. Secure one black cable tie snugly around each drain spout at a point approximately one foot up from the bottom opening of the pipe near the ground.

After all cable ties are in place go listen to some favorite recordings.

Cheers, Geoff Kait
Machina Dynamica
Advanced Audio Concepts
I had fun reading some of his posts. I get the impression he really does not like audiophiles and built his whole persona to take advantage of them. I can sort of see the justice in that :-)
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You guys knock Geoff, but some of his tweaks really worked. Take the cable tie tweak on the downspouts for example. I tried it. Unfortunately, I forgot to put the cable ties in the freezer before installing them on the downspouts. This caused the system to sound too warm. Way too tubey. I had to remove all of the ties and start over. At that point, everything fell into place. I found it sounded even better with a light application of PPT TC placed on one side of the cable ties.

Personally, I miss Geoff. He was a laugh-a-minute kind of guy.