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Author Topic: WG 9200--Best Monitor for Arcade and MAME?  (Read 1516 times)

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WG 9200--Best Monitor for Arcade and MAME?
« on: July 14, 2002, 02:27:36 pm »
How does the Wells Gardner D9200 digital monitor work for an arcade cabinet for playing both arcade boards and MAME games?  I would like to get a cabinet that is ultimately flexible in its ability to play MAME or a select number of actual arcade boards such as Neo Geo MVS or Sega Naomi.  Is the WG 9200 easy to work with and will it support virtually any input or resolution needed for arcade games?  Is this a good way to go for a monitor in a do-it-all arcade cabinet?  Thanks.
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Re:WG 9200--Best Monitor for Arcade and MAME?
« Reply #1 on: July 15, 2002, 02:11:58 pm »
DUDE,

why buy naomi boards?they are super expensive.you rather get a dreamcast and get a vga box.they are plenty naomi games that are arcade perfect.get a switch box and you have mame+dreamcast all in one.sound great right?well it is.dreamcast games are about 99% as good as the actual naomi based games.