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RE: Noise cancelling solutions
I'm rather amazed at how quiet my ASV machine operates. Mine is 2 feet directly behind my left shoulder while sleeping. Lots of technology packed into these blowers. Just makes me wonder what I'll have to look towards in 5 years when I get a replacement. No doubt, ResMed will have a model 11 or 12 by then. ASV coffee edition maybe... Smile

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Is it the machine is quiet or your hearing is going?
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What was that?
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Actually both. Right ear tinnitus rated at 60dB and at 2,200 Hz frequency. But these newer CPAP devices are real quiet IMO.
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