Here at CES, Sennheiser’s just unveiled its latest duo of headphones set to please audiophiles at home and on the go. First up is the company’s HD 700, which at a glance, appears to be a suave hybrid of its esteemed HD 800 and 650 reference cans. If you’ve lusted after the HD 800, but couldn’t stomach the $1,500 price, you’ll be happy to know that the HD 700 can be yours for a cool (albeit still wallet-thinning) 1,000 smackers. Notably, these 150-Ohm, open-backed headphones are loaded with 40mm Duofol dynamic drivers, and are capable of an impressive 10Hz to 42kHz frequency response. Next up, its Amperior supra-aural headphones take the already portable HD 25 DJ ‘phones, and spices ’em up with an iDevice-compatible inline remote / mic and aluminum, closed-back earcups. While there’s no word on pricing just yet for the Amperior, both it and the HD 700 will hit shelves this March. HiFi audio lovers will find a detailed rundown of each unit’s ear-tingling specs in the press releases after the break.