I purchased this holiday card sound recording module: Link.
It's hooked up to a 0.5W 8Ohm speaker, and the IC is shielded from the outside world, so I really only have access to the outputs to speaker positive and negative. The sound is pretty poor, and it crackles at higher volume (not sure if it's because of mic being poor as well).
I have one of these HeadRush Pop-up speakers. Sound is pretty good, not sure of specs of speaker but back of it says "A K 7I14" and it's for sure better than the recording module (which is made of a piece plastic and a magnet).
I have access to L/R/GND here, as well as output of its amplifier stage to speakers (positive/negative).
What I want to do is hook up the output of the recording module, over to the L/R/GND of the HeadRush speaker (L/R connected to positive, GND connected to negative), so that I can record at a lower volume and avoid crackles but still play recording at a higher volume. I only need about 10 seconds of recording that's not horrible or even stereo.
Is this feasible? Or is there a better way of chaining? Or should I not do this at all?