I bought this Mirai TV about two years ago for 600 eurpo, and you can probably get it cheaper now. In he two years I have had it I have never encountered any problems with it. The sound quality is excellent and the picture is as good as any TV I have seen. It is also HD ready.
It works with pretty much all other DVD players, game consoles etc. I mainly use my PS2 with it and the picture and sound are excellent quality.
It is also one of the more slim TVs I have seen so that is handy if you are short of space. It doesn't look to special, with it's black and silver colouring its not going too stand out too much either, which is probably a good thing for a TV. It is also easy to install, I am no electronics expert and it only took about 10 minutes to get it set up.
Overall I would recommend this TV highly, put don't pay more than 600 euro for it.(You can get it for a lot cheaper now, I bought it two years ago).
I purchased this TV after many hours of extensive research on the internet trying to find a good 32" LCD TV for around £300. It had to have at least one HDMI port, and a resolution capable of supporting at least 1080i, and this TV ticks both boxes. I use it mainly for playing the Xbox 360 and occasionally for displaying video from my laptop, and it performs very well.
The TV is about two years old now, and I have never had any problems with it. It seems to have held its value well, and of the HDMI port it is relatively future proof. The picture is fantastic through HDMI and component cable, and the sound is very good for a flat planel LCD. Buying a premium brand such as Sony or Samsung will of course result in a slightly better display, but you will often have to pay literally twice the price and in my opinion it is simply not worth it.
In addition the TV comes with a very sturdy stand and seems to be of a very high build quality. I have managed to balance it on my fireplace for two years now with no problems.