Put together these 3 sets of instructions and you can make an adapted pourer and CD switch for pennies compared to what the combo would cost through a retailer.
No-Solder Battery Interrupter
Below is the list of items I ordered to completed the pourer. I used pieces of glued together cardboard and wrapped in duct tape instead of wood because it is what I had lying around. I also used some duct tape to make sure the battery interrupter did not slip or get pulled. I used the 6 inch gooseneck for mine but I thought it ended up being a little short so I am listing the 13inch one.
Microphone Clamp – $7.95
Microphone Gooseneck – $7.95
PVC Connector – $.0.49
Disco Ball Motor – $11.11
Industrial Strength Velcro – $6.79
Measuring Cup – $4.69
Adapted Pourer = $39
You can purchase battery interrupters on Amazon but if you are making several this is much more cost effective. The items you need to purchase are listed below.
Copper Foil – $13.18
Cable- $0.75 per cable
Battery Interrupter = Under $14
To make the switch you can use the leftover velcro from the pourer and the same copper foil and the other half of the cable you used for the battery interrupter. I think we all still have a few CDs lying around so those are FREE. RJ Cooper also offers a CD Switch Kit for $50 ($10 a switch).
CD Switch = No Additional Cost