I have a bluetooth adapter that can send audio wirelessly to a bluetooth headset. I'd like to use this option when the family shouldn't be disturbed with alerts from the V1 and LPP to the bluetooth headset.
The idea is to combine audio input from all these sources to the stereo jack to which the BT adapter will be plugged in. I suppose I can bypass the stereo jack and wire it directly to the adapter, but that's a minor optimization.
Question is: what do I need to do to route the audio from the V1 and LPP to the stereo jack?
P.S. - one option is to use the remote audio adapter for the V1 and then use the headphone out (or solder wires to the jack in paralled), but I'd like to avoid it if possible.