> > The J-Pac is for the controls and the AVGA is for the graphics - you'd need both.
> Yup. The J-Pac handles the controls and physically connects the PC video to the
> monitor, but normal arcade monitors can't display PC video resolutions so you also
> need the ArcadeVGA.
Yes, but he can use soft15hz with a compatible video card. It's cheaper an has a better overall performance (at least if he wants to use modern/unmentionable arcadePC games).