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[CPAP] Is my new A10 defected or is the noise normal?
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I'm using an A10 Autoset, with EPR set at 3. I can hear air whooshing on inhale, and nothing on exhale. Lately, with my Wisp mask, I can hear some mask noise on inhaling also, but it gets less noticeable by the time I wake up.

I may try recording it some night, to see if it picks up mouth breathing as well.

Phil
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(10-23-2015, 09:57 AM)pholynyk Wrote: I'm using an A10 Autoset, with EPR set at 3. I can hear air whooshing on inhale, and nothing on exhale. Lately, with my Wisp mask, I can hear some mask noise on inhaling also, but it gets less noticeable by the time I wake up.

I may try recording it some night, to see if it picks up mouth breathing as well.

Phil


Precisely, Phil. A loud noise from the back of the machine on inspiration, but a low level on expiration. The noise is not from the hose nor the mask.
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