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Not exactly they will not work with the Xbox One via the main USB connection used to communicate with the PC. Xbox One isn't a Windows PC so that drivers that enable it to work with a PC or Laptop don't exist for the Xbox One.
They might be able to be made to work if your PC monitor has these things. A HDMI jack and either a 3.5mm stereo audio out or RCA Red and White stereo audio out. If it does then the monitor could decode stereo audio from the HDMI output from the Xbox One
and then you would need a 3.5mm Male to Male stereo cable or a RCA Red and White Male to 3.5mm Male cable to plug the monitor output into the stereo input for auxiliary audio devices on the control pod.