(11-24-2015, 10:38 PM)angiessa Wrote: I believe the poster meant the air flow whooshes past the ears, because of the way the frame's designed. I haven't noticed it being overly noisy, but I also have a fan running all night for white noise, so I'm maybe not as sensitive to it.
In that case, the headgear may be too large - if the side tubes are too close to the eyes, one needs larger size headgear. If too close to the ears, a smaller size should be used. Also (I'm guessing) some people may be more sensitive to certain noise frequencies than others and that's why, among other subjective impressions, there never will be a mask that is the very best for everybody. Still, there must be some reasons (other than advertising) that Swift FX and P10 are so popular. DreamWear is a new kid on the block but, looks like it's gaining in popularity rather fast. Will it dethrone ResMed in nasal pillows?
OK, time to get off my soap box and go back to real work.