You'll have to turn up the speaker volume, or the computer's volume level out side of PP.
Evrything is already maxed out lol
If your system is feeding directly to the speakers, then you might consider adding an amp from the Line Out, to drive the speakers.
I had similar with my older Bose headphones - the computer's headphone out was maxed, but the volume was still low. Got a new set of Bose QC15's, and their volume was much better. In my case, it was just the headphones.
you might consider adding an amp from the Line Out, to drive the speakers.
That would not be smart. If the audio is working now, then the speakers already have their own amp included, and you'd blow something up if you then connected a speaker level signal to the computer speakers' line level connection.
What he might do is add a more powerful amp and then add different speakers that have a speaker level connection (which doesn't include most computer speakers).
Still, I think that would be overkill. Assuming a proper connection and no issues with hearing loss, it's unlikely that the system sound is turned up all the way and the speakers themselves are turned up all the way and there still isn't enough volume. (Unless the clips have like -60dB levels or something.)
Well, it really depends on the actual equipment.
Give more specifics about your system and project for a better chance at a helpful answer.