I'm a big believer in PC surround sound and have been for a good 20 years.
It doesn't work in every environment, but I'm fortunate to have a home office all to myself and a decent 7.1 system:
Kef Q100 L/R and a Kef Q200C in the middle. (on my desk, on stands)
Side and rear surround speakers are JBL Arena B15s (wall mounted)
Sub is a 12" sealed M&K unit that goes down to at least 28Hz
Receiver is an Integra DTS 40.2 (1080P)
I use an Asus Xonar U7 Mk2 for the headphone amp, volume and as a source switcher (between Headphones and HDMI)
I run an Amazon Echo and my CD changer and the sound from my work PC into a Rolls analog mixer and run the mixed sound to the line in on the Xonar U7 Mk2
It's a very flexible system that lets me access multiple sources without having to switch inputs. Of course, I can run my CD player through the digital input for more critical listening and the Echo makes a great bluetooth bridge for playing podcasts off my phone through the system.
The main issue is that I often play games early in the morning when people are asleep so I end up using headphones. At other times, I play with people on discord and use headphones so my kids don't hear the salty language.
But when I do crank it up, it's pretty glorious...