I do, and admit it was somewhat over the top. I apologize. At the time there just had been no other reported cases that matched yours. Now it seems that it does occur, although rarely.SMenasco wrote:It's impossible to move pressurized air silently. Very few, if any, noise muzzling systems will eliminate 100% of the noise. After this many machines I believe it's time for you to ask, "You suppose maybe it's me, and not the machine?"
I think you are being overly sensitive, overly concerned, overly intolerant, overly impatient, and overly unwilling to allow your body to learn to accommodate itself to the sound of life.
Recognize this condescending remark?
I still for the life of me can't figure out why it would happen at the end of exhale because, in my case anyway, the transition from exhale to inhale is smooth. Even at that zero point of pulmonary air flow the machine is pushing out air at a pretty good volume far higher than breathing volume. With my machine I did not hear any change in sound at the end of exhale when I used the EPR set at 1 and the pressure would make a step drop.
Actually, I have been wondering and have been thinking about asking you if you ever were able to figure out what was causing the sound with your machine and were you able to either get rid of it or successfully cover it up?