Or they dripped onto your face? If they made it to your face, that's not from the hose, that's condensation in the mask itself. The heated hose heats just the hose. It keeps itself warm to keep condensation from forming inside the hose like on the outside of a Coke can. But it doesn't heat the mask or the mask's hose so condensation can form. It is common inside nasal pillows' frames.
I'd say you had the humidity turned up too much for your room. Let us know how 5 does.
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Breathe deeply and count to zen.