I have to say that the Denon is simply better overall
with the Ah D7200 compared to the mahogany, I have to say that the Denon is the clear winner in the end.So far as you can handle the equalizer, the basses are just more powerful, the middle ones are a bit more colorful, and the upper end just isn’t quite closed pointed.
In addition to the I must also say requires measures that the Denon out of the box no tuning as the Fostex.
In terms of construction, another point goes to Denon.
The only thing is that the Denon is darker than the Fostex, so a little less lively. In a review, the tester said who is willing to test and try with the equalizer should take the Ah D7200. Those who don’t want to go to the Ah D9200.
In summary, who is willing to invest time with the Ah D7200 comes off cheaper in the end, which in itself can mean a plus or minus, but if you can still repair the Th 900 somehow, who is better than a new purchase, which is a little surprising you can’t fix it in Hong Kong, you should be able to get spare parts more easily than in Europe or America.