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While buying supplies from the #1 supplier, I ran across this contraption. Anyone ever tried the SleepPhones:

[Image: SleepPhones.jpg] [Image: SleepPhonewithCord.jpg]

The online DME suggests that you can use the device to drown out the noise of your machine or mask. I just cannot imagine putting something else on my head to help me sleep; might as well wear a full helmet. Loco


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03-08-2012 09:15 PM
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RE: SleepPhones_2
Good point on this product... seems like a lot of trouble to put this contraption on plus your CPAP mask.

Thinking-about

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03-08-2012 10:48 PM
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Post: #3
RE: SleepPhones_2
I plug ear buds in my ears every night so I can listen to rain sounds plying on my iPod. I don't do this to cover up sounds of my CPAP or mask. They are both silent. The rain sounds quiet my thoughts so I can sleep. The ear buds don't bother me. However, that thing looks like it might be bothersome.

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Post: #4
RE: SleepPhones_2
I have a set...its dangling from the earphone jack of my (first generation) Ecotones machine. I tried it once last year...during Cicada season....took it off during the night because I was getting too warm under it, fell between mattress and headboard and having bothered to fish it back out yet.

I also have the second generation Ecotones unit in my bedroom, along with the Marpac dual level sound conditioner.

I also have a pair of behind the head NoiseBusters (Active Noise Canceling).....which makes for a quite a strange experience.....since I've always had a fan blowing in my bedroom, and it stopping during the night usually wakes me up....(though I have box that beeps once when the power goes out behind my headboard now...)

I've never been able to wear earbuds...

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03-09-2012 04:32 PM
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