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Sick and tired of wait, expense and interference. So taking control
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(07-14-2017, 09:51 PM)st8800 Wrote: I got the Dreamstation from Amazon last month and it works great. But I would get the Resmed if I were to do it again. Nice post by the way.

Why?

I have a Resmed Airsense 10 Autoset and I am getting a Dreamstation instead...
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Mainly because with its more aggressive algorithms, it auto-adjust pressures upwards faster to apnea events.
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(08-04-2017, 07:14 AM)Lee the Bee Wrote: I upgraded to an S9 so I finally have actual data.  Looks pretty good.


[Image: sleepy_002_04082017_075422_zpszevlz8dg.jpg~original]

Nice numbers, even the leaks look good. Congrats! 
lots-o-coffee
The doctor says coffee does not affect my tinnitus and it's got lots of antioxidants.... 
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(08-07-2017, 09:58 PM)tedgreen Wrote:
(07-14-2017, 09:51 PM)st8800 Wrote: I got the Dreamstation from Amazon last month and it works great. But I would get the Resmed if I were to do it again. Nice post by the way.

Why?

I have a Resmed Airsense 10 Autoset and I am getting a Dreamstation instead...

If your Airsense 10 Autoset has the Response* feature, there is no point getting the Dreamstation, not unless you like it's other design features and don't want a built-in humidifier. Philips makes mainstream medical devices for hospitals, so it has that heritage though.
lots-o-coffee
The doctor says coffee does not affect my tinnitus and it's got lots of antioxidants.... 
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Hi Lee the Bee,

Welcome to the forum, this morning I had time to read the whole thread from beginning to end. Looking at your results it is obvious that your perserverance and your willingness to take the advice offered on this forum has paid off for you. Your data looks good. I'm wishing you continued good results and hoping that you will continue to be a participant in the forum. You will be able to help others. By the way, would you share with us how it is that you are up and out the door in ten minutes? And work in some coffee while doing that. Don't sound to me like getting older has bothered you that much.

Stan
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