Quick question. I have an Asus P4T533-C motherboard.
Typically I have the Speech POST Reporter disabled, however I enabled it the other day to troubleshoot an issue.
The voice is VERY faint and sounds tinny (like a low sample rate). Is this normal? I have the jumpers set up to go to the line-in of the onboard sound card. I have tried moving it to the buzzer/speaker which sounds a little better, but still very difficult to comprehend (I would rather it go to the line-in though).
I played with the Winbond Voice Editor, and the playback of the samples there is WAY better than what I am getting during POST.
Is this normal for this feature, or is there something wrong with this feature on my motherboard?
Thanks in advance for any assistance you can provide.
On my p4s533, there were 2 jumpers that affected the speech reporter. Check your manual and see if your jumpers are set correctly. One of the jumpers reduced the sound as you describe, but I don't know if your board is setup the same way.