well, in that case this cab should be fine for most games. 15khz is classic lores which most games, even modern ones, still work with. Naomi and a few others offer 31khz hires, but can still be played in lores. 24khz is a different case, that´s why I mentioned it. But, depending on the number of modern games you want to feature in your arcade, you might want to get 31khz capable monitors for them, as that looks better than what most people have at home. Well, in a few years time, HDTV will be more widespread, and maybe a new technology will come to arcades as well. I wouldn´t start planning an arcade business several years ahead, as the market can change quite a bit in the meantime.
Cool, that's pretty much what I wanted to know. Hadn't really thought about HDTV and what that might bring, though, its a good point. I'm not planning too much at the moment for the reason you've mentioned. I'm not sure how long it'll take me to get the money together where I could seriously plan things out, for now I'm more considering various things to see if it's at all feasible. There aren't many arcades in the UK anymore, which I guess could be both a good or a bad sign
Anyway, even if I don't end up doing it, I'll still want a cab for myself at some point, so these things are worth knowing, I guess!
BTW one last question - are monitors generally backwards compatible? I dunno if that's the right term for the situation. But would a 31khz monitor support 24 and 15?
I know I've seen some which specifically say they support all three, just wondering if it's safe to assume a 31khz monitor would support the other modes, or if I have to go for ones which specifically say they do.
Thanks for the help!