I am sorry I did not realize I was being so vague, but after reading it it is clear that this makes virtually no sense by itself.
I am a software engineer and hobby robotics. So here is what I am working on:
I am building a robot that has multiple sensory inputs / outputs. The one I am having the most trouble with is an isolated voice response system. (Isolated meaning i can hear it and talk to it with little chance of others doing so) The robot is designed for events (it is a full 1:1 scale R2-D2). It is controlled by various manual overrides but operates primarily in an autonomous mode. Since the robot/droid runs mostly autonomous I have designed a (yet not working) system by which he can provide me audio updates (things such as the number of detected IR signals aka people, battery life, distance sensor readings, localized beacon distances etc..) I would also like to be able to provide audio commands "triggers" take initiate prescripted actions (more for the puppetry of it than anything else as i carry a "dead man switch" to turn him off).
My internal components are very decoupled and use a broadcast + publish/subscribe + multicast communication protocol that allows each individual component to respond to individual events, as well as events to be directed at a component and for direct "interpreted" commands to be delivered to a device subsystem or individual component. I am happy to describe this process more if needed or interested.
What I am doing is using a off the shelf voice recognition circuit (currently hooked up to a mic and in bound opamp circuit). I am using and testing these circuits (to decide what chip I want to use):
Voice Recognition:EasyVR ShieldSmart VRTigal VRES6928P
Sound generation is actually a three circuit system. 1 circuit for text to speech, 1 circuit for pre-recorded mp3/wave/etc..., and 1 circuit that can stream the remote audio (aka what the droid/robot is hearing near it)
Text to speech:SpeakJetEmic 2RoboVoice
(CY8C29466-24SXI microcontroller and a VLSI VS1063)
Recording:SD Card Recording ModuleMusic Shield
Please note that the items I pasted you are for prototyping purposes my final design will use a custom board with the cipsets from the "premade" circuits. I have just found it easier to use these shields/wings/etc... tapped into a breadboard easier then messing around with the entire design at once (even though it is more costly)
So what I am looking to do is have a bluetooth circuit that will pair with a headset similar to this
. I would like that circuit to have a 3.5mm jack for input and output. The desire would be that when I speak into the headset it is transmitted to the output 3.5mm jack, with audio comes into the input I hear it in my ear. If there are any other "actions" they would either raise a high on specific pin or use I2C / SPI / serial to transmit that data to another controller so that I can respond. (the last part is optional)
The reason I would like a single board with 3.5mm jacks is so that I can replace that component with a simple mic and speaker when testing locally.
I hope this clears it up a little. If not please let me know I will see what I can do.
Thank you so much for your help and reading my inquiry.