That's my thinking3D audio is a potential game changer though albeit there aren't many games that have done it well so far. Given the software licenses for Dolby Atmos or DTS can be had for c.£8 in sales it isn't particularly expensive. And of course it can be used with any stereo headphones on any soundcard/DAC/AMP hardware across Xbox One, Series S|X and PC.
I'm not sure it's a gimmick.
Main use will be listening to music with some gaming, any other headphone models I should be looking at in the £100-£200 range?most times it's the games that are the issue with sound positioning
no amount of money spent can get you great positional audio on warzone for example because it's the game audio itself thats broken
I wouldn' go throwing money at 5.1 and 7.1 gimmicks just get some decent headphones first and foremost
the sony's are known to be the best for noise cancelling mainly
Main use will be listening to music with some gaming, any other headphone models I should be looking at in the £100-£200 range?