Text to Speech differences

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Ive noticed that the actual voice sound on Auto Attendant text to speech voice prompts are different to Call Queue voice prompts.

 

AA prompts sound very robotic, whereas the CQ prompts sound more human; is there a reason for this, or is there anyway to make them sound the same to keep consistency across the board?

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