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(02-06-2013, 12:32 PM)cam Wrote: The supplier thinks I should give it a couple of days. Perhaps it is just a matter of getting used to it. I've set the flex at 3 but they said if that doesn't work, just turn it off.

Flex lowers the pressure and the noise level when you exhale. It could be that the raising and lowering of the noise level with your inhalations and exhalations makes you more aware of the noise.

I would suggest you consider some white background noise, or maybe even ear plugs. When my wife gets a cold she snores, so I have to break out the ear plugs.
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