Yep. I'm actually quite happy with my standard-def 32" Sony Trinitron/WEGA. It's a great TV because it's very compatible with old and new. I can play the original Duck Hunt or Virtua Cop and then proceed to hook up a 360 through component and game on that. It's not HD, but I really don't care. As long as I can read small text that's generally unreadable on SDTV's/composite, I'm fine.DaMadFiddler wrote:Indeed. Standard-def signals in general just don't seem to look as good on flat panel televisions. That's one of the (several) reasons I have a CRT-based rear projection TV.Jeeba Jabba wrote:I only like playing my Dreamcast, Saturn, PSOne, or SNES on a CRT television. Doesn't feel right on a flat-panel at all.
I'm a bit curious, does your rear-projection TV support lightguns? I've heard from most sources that they don't work, but if it's CRT-based...
Anyway, I did want to build a MAME cabinet around two years ago, but I realized that I didn't have the money for it. The concept of a nice arcade cabinet that can play thousands of games is still cool, but it's an unnecessary luxury to me. I'm better off with a keyboard or maybe a good USB controller or two.
Did you ever replace the broken fight stick? I remember you saying something about the P1 fightstick not responding at all.Quzar wrote:Super Street Fighter II CE (the only problem with it are the controls are iffy sometimes, and it's in a rebuilt cab which is kind of beat up ... and it sometimes takes two or three tries to turn on)