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If you like me wondered what Yogasleep means, I looked it up. It means nothing. It is a rebranding of the company Marpac. There is no actual yoga involved, unless you sleep in downward log.

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If you like me wondered what Yogasleep means, I looked it up. It means nothing. It is a rebranding of the company Marpac. There is no actual yoga involved, unless you sleep in downward log.
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If you like me wondered what Yogasleep means, I looked it up. It means nothing. It is a rebranding of the company Marpac. There is no actual yoga involved, unless you sleep in downward log.
I don't why they keep doing this with the branding. "Dohm" and now "yogasleep." Seems a mistake to me as Marpac white noise machines (well the "classic models" anyway) are BIFL items. I have a pair from 1980 or before that belonged to my parents. I am a fan and lifelong user who recommends them. Some people complain even on high they aren't loud enough, I've never had a problem but mine sits on my bedside table.
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it seems last time I looked at the reviews, these "new" ones aren't as quality-made as the old dohms. Someone please correct me if I'm wrong. We did recently swap a dohm that rattled (even after a thorough cleaning) with one of the popular high quality electronic ones (lectrofan) and we've been pleased with it. I was hesitant since we really liked the real mechanical motion of the dohm.
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We all have one of these in each of our bedrooms (including one in a baby's room) and prefer mechanical noise over electronic.

That being said, we had to exchange a few of the new versions to get ones that didn't rattle. Definitely not as high of quality as the old ones, but when they work, they work great.
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I don't why they keep doing this with the branding. "Dohm" and now "yogasleep." Seems a mistake to me as Marpac white noise machines (well the "classic models" anyway) are BIFL items. I have a pair from 1980 or before that belonged to my parents. I am a fan and lifelong user who recommends them. Some people complain even on high they aren't loud enough, I've never had a problem but mine sits on my bedside table.
I think Marpac was the company and Dohm is the line of sleep machines so I think it is the Yogasleep Dohm now.
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I just ask my google home to "play pink noise" 12 hours of free pink noise coming right up...

For clarity,pink noise has more bottom end so sounds more full and less "tinny" than white noise.
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For years I've relied on white noise from fans to drown out the noise from the street. recently I've installed some interior storm windows to cut back on the noise. I live in a condo so replacing the windows was out of the question. I found that one way to insulate from cold and noise is to use window screen frame material and make a frame with a weather-seal strip as a gasket to hold it in place and apply 2 layers of heavy-duty window film. This was an idea I got after ordering a couple of interior storm windows from windoinserts.com
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Just wanted to chime in and say that I love mine, can't sleep without it. I've got a little bit of tinnitus and just very sensitive to sounds in general. The mechanical sound is much more soothing to me compared to a digital source.
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Get a LectroFan. These aren't very loud.
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What's the advantage of a specialized machine when you can simply use a Google Home or Amazon Echo and connect it with Spotify or it's default app for white noise?
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What's the advantage of a specialized machine when you can simply use a Google Home or Amazon Echo and connect it with Spotify or it's default app for white noise?
So these are a spinning "fan" of some sort inside. They dont make the "feedback" or "static" or "high pitched tinnitus" sounding that CAN come out of a speaker. Now im not saying speakers do make that sound. Lots of people are perfectly happy with their echo speakers playing white noise. But the sound of this is just a bit different than speakers. I like it better. To each their own
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I just ask my google home to "play pink noise" 12 hours of free pink noise coming right up...

For clarity,pink noise has more bottom end so sounds more full and less "tinny" than white noise.
The Google home loops a 1 hr white/pink noise track which fades in and out resulting in a few second quiet gap. It can be very jarring and has woken up my baby several times. Tries 3rd party apps like "help me sleep" but they are a little klunky and always start off with An annoying announcement like "sure asking help me sleep to play noise", again minor complaints, but not ideal when you are trying to get a baby to sleep. We ended up getting the letrofan evo, works great. I don't like having to have a dedicated device for this, but Google backed me into a corner. I think alexa is better about this, but we don't have those.
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