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REsmed Mirage FX Vs. Mirage Quattro
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I have been using the Mirage Quattro for over 2 years now. I have a Resmed S9 Autoset. I am trying to get a travel CPAP (different thread) and want to downsize the mask. I have a Mirage FX that I have never really used as it was not comfortable to me when I first started.

Last night I tried it and had great result according to Sleepy Head. I felt like a I woke up a few times but who really knows. But one thing I noticed is that I felt like I was not getting enough air at different times. If I created a small leak by moving the mask I felt like I could breathe better.

Is there a different setting on the CPAP for different masks like this? Is this just in my head? Thoughts?

Thanks in advance!

Scott
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UPDATE: Yesterday I figured out there are different settings for the masks on my machine. I set it to Nasal Mask and it seemed a lot better last night.

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