I met jack around 1998. I was a budding audiophile and had just discovered his Bybee Purifiers. They literally changed my life as I was so excited about their performance that I wanted to share them with everyone who had an interest in audio. I started selling them through my old company CryoTweaks, and started up Tweek Geek a few short years later. Jack was instrumental in this taking place.
Jack was a brilliant physicist who never stopped working. He was passionate about audio and curious about how to make it sound better. I admired his unconventional way of thinking, his drive, curiosity and his spirit.
I worked with Jack for over 20 years. At first he was a bit intimidating to talk to. You could still hear the Navy sailor in his voice. But after awhile he softened a bit as I grew accustomed to his manner and he grew to trust me. I would get a call from him about once a month to see how I was doing, to discuss his ideas, and how to better sell his products. Every once in awhile the call would start with "I think I've discovered something that you might want to try". Two weeks later it would be another call. "I found a way to make it better". This was a never ending process for him. He came up with some pretty crazy ideas, but they always worked, and if they were marketable he never stopped improving on them..
Thank you Jack for your ideas, your passion, and your advice. Without them I would not be who I am today. Rest In Peace.