Anyone Tried Bybee's "Quantum Clarifier"'s Inside Your Speakers?


I am curious to know please if anyone has tried Bybee's "Quantum Clarifier"'s as a DIY upgrade to improve your speakers?  Of course, if yes, please what do you think?  They sell for about $100 each.   Thank you in advance :-)  

Basically I have read... "Simply remove screws holding transducer in place and carefully remove transducer to expose rear. Attach Clarifier with attached magnet to rear of transducer."

"This product can be beneficial for all range of speakers. Generally, the speakers will perform better in all areas, bass, treble extension, low level information, purity of tone, dynamics and noise reduction.   Most users are astounded by the improvements."
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Tremendous improvement , looks like you  got $100.000 speakers for 50 bucks

You might want to ask a certain Tekton-owning member.  If he can possibly fit any more tweaks in to his room ;-)
Jack Bybee just died recently. I doubt anyone is interested in keeping the Quantum Clarifier available. Unless GK? ;-)