While running the DEMO, I'm pretty sure we had Realspeak TTS.<br><br>After upgrading to our License (IP/8Port/100user/2TTS) it now appears to be running TTS3000 (choppy male voice).<br><br>When I ran the install, it didn't give me a choice which version of TTS I wanted. Do I need another Key? If so, is this a for-cost upgrade? I don't see any part numbers that relate to version of TTS on DPRG.<br><br><br><br>
Yes, you need to pay for the RealSpeak engine if you want it. It's somewhat more expensive than the TTS3000 engine and chews up more CPU/memory resources so the configurations you can get with it are reduced (i.e. you can't get a 48 port system with 8 ports of TTS with RealSpeak).
There are seperate part numbers for TTS systems with TTS3000 vs RealSpeak.
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