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Mask Fit vs Pressure
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Dreanstation has cflex cflex plus or aflex.
They are flow based, aettong 1 2 3.
Very cimfortable.
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Unfortunately, as palerider states, only available on Resmed machines. To bad, it's a great feature. A solution is still coming your way as more chime in. Thanks for the Jet explanation. I will do a search as mechanical s fascinate me.

Now, to the meat and potatoes........Yes the lightning are picking up the pace. BISHOP has saved them most of the year. So, being a NY'ER (Houston, we have a problem) LOL. My wife sent me a few years back to see the rangers play the lightning. That is the only NY team I abandoned. Went to my 1st playoff game last season. Defeated Detroit.



(03-14-2016, 08:37 PM)Zeeez Wrote: Well,,, It is kind of like Exhaust Pressure Ratio. I get it. Thanks for the explanation. If Dream Station has a setting for EPR, it's not evident. Maybe they have another name for it?

I'm doomed to being a mouth breather. With a narrow nose bridge, The slightest congestion clogs up my nose.

Lightning are looking pretty good this year. Bishop is spectacular! I've been a Bruins fan since the Bobby Orr days.

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