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[Equipment] S10 Auto vs Dream Machine auto
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(02-23-2017, 03:20 AM)leadslinger Wrote: SLEEPRIDER, when you say the resmed has two algorithums, standard and soft is this in reference to the black airsense or the " for her " airsense as thought it was only the "for her" that had a softer setup. These two units are the same price and if your not worried about what colour the machine is, then you get more options with the "for her" airsense, logical choice really.

One needs to verify the that the Resmed Airsense 10 Autoset offered comes with the Response feature that allows a choice of the standard or soft. Seems it first came out in Australia and some suppliers in the USA still did not carry the model with the Response feature as they had older stock to clear. I was checking on it before getting the Dreamstation for a much better price.
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(02-23-2017, 08:26 AM)Newbee2016 Wrote:
(02-23-2017, 03:20 AM)leadslinger Wrote: SLEEPRIDER, when you say the resmed has two algorithums, standard and soft is this in reference to the black airsense or the " for her " airsense as thought it was only the "for her" that had a softer setup. These two units are the same price and if your not worried about what colour the machine is, then you get more options with the "for her" airsense, logical choice really.

One needs to verify the that the Resmed Airsense 10 Autoset offered comes with the Response feature that allows a choice of the standard or soft. Seems it first came out in Australia and some suppliers in the USA still did not carry the model with the Response feature as they had older stock to clear. I was checking on it before getting the Dreamstation for a much better price.

Thats a good point.  It would be helpful to know when the change was made.  You can determine when your unit was made by the serial number so it could be helpful in knowing whether you have it before you accept the machine.
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The S/N on our unit is 20162112, so it is quite recent, and I know dual mode Autosets were available well before that. I would think most of the old stock is gone by now unless you are buying from a large national DME that buys many units and distributes them to branch offices.

You got your answer, it is the black Autoset, and not For Her.
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great bit of info for everyone, so thanks for your troubles. I've been reading alot recently and this is the first time this has come up.
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