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Help with Vehicle Audio Sound Board Design

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Ser Brynden

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Tony Stewart

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It might be safer to add a small speaker than try to mess with a bridge audio output and inductive speakers and dynamic radio switching unknowns.
Engine running might be possible from the instrument panel or tach signal.
 

Ser Brynden

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It might be safer to add a small speaker than try to mess with a bridge audio output and inductive speakers and dynamic radio switching unknowns.
Engine running might be possible from the instrument panel or tach signal.
So there is someplace that only receives +12VDC when the engine is running, and I could connect my circuit in parallel to it? By the way, I have a 2006 Pontiac Grand Prix GXP with the V8 engine.
 

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For Item #1, it turns out I still need the relay for the constant-to-momentary segment. Though, I may replace the bigger Bosch relay with a general purpose PC board mount relay.
 
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