> Still rebuilding my broken MAME cab.
> By always on I am referring to the monitor being plugged into a slave outlet, so when
> I turn on my MAME cab, everything about it comes on as well.
> Looking in my local T.V. stores, none of the new T.V.s I saw will work. All the ones
> I looked at, you need to turn them on, either with a remote or a button on the set
> itself. I need a monitor with a physical "on" button such that it's always on, and so
> the monitor can come to life when power comes to it.
> Any ideas?
No specific recommendation for model of monitor/TV, but if you're decasing it, perhaps you could bypass the momentary power switch? Look for PL1's example in the linked thread. You'd have a little bit of soldering to do, but it looks easy enough.
+++ She probably was texting and calling around. Give that kid to a better family. +++