Not really true IMO and I hope your kidding. These are rather childish troll-like comments, so I hope you were.
It's funny how you don't even tell us why or how. Maybe you can do us all a favor and review them both.
I can't really think of one thing the KRK KNS-8400 does better. Sure some seem to think it has more detail, but I think it's just easy to be fooled.
Sure it does have more treble, but it's just not as fun to listen to. Mine actually feels fairly close to bass light except for a slight upper bass hump and good low bass extension.
I've had at least 3 pairs of the KRKs by now.
Sounds to me you just like a different sound signature.
With my main setup, the DJ100/TB even holds up very well to my HD-650. It doesn't magically sound worse when I switch to the DJ100. It's of course limited in some areas due to being closed.
I actually think the DJ100 is better than even the Q701 and my 598/600. People seem to think that if it's open and more expensive it's automatically way better. Comparing open to closed headphones is always pointless though.
The DJ100 doesn't have much of a chance against the HD-650 without a good amp and source.
BTW I think the biggest difference between the KRKs and the DJ100 is that the DJ100 is much fuller sounding. A lot less fatiguing. The KRKs are amazing for the first few months, then you feel you need something a bit less fatiguing. I can understand why someone might prefer the KRKs. I actually find the DJ100 more balanced sounding. Weird.
Edited by tdockweiler - 12/10/12 at 11:40am