Trying to get anything in the lower octave out is almost impossible unless I use the smallest amount of air imaginable. I play clarinet mainly (as far as wind instruments) and am accustomed to using a large amount of air. Do you really need that little air moving through the whistle to play low notes?
I only saw the Ridgid (shows how much I pay attention) but thanks for commenting on both of them. I don't really have anywhere around here to go and look at fully assembled saws, however we do have a home depot that carries the Ridgid so I think that'll be my best bet. Thanks again and nice build!
The M92E is not nearly as good as the AT92ECD. It doesn't track as well and it doesn't have very wide stereo separation. They're cheap, though, so If you want to give it a shot you won't be out a bunch of money.