Best Netflix Ready Device

How To Set Your Television Up With Netflix

3D movies on Netflix Streaming?

I hate to get your hopes up but no Netflix is not capable of streaming 3D movies and to be honest i don’t see that type of functionality becoming available in the near future.

Currently the maximum resolution of Netflix streaming in is 1080p. Now to do so you need to have an internet speed of 5Mbps. Although most of us are paying for a heck of alot faster internet than that the national average is 3Mbps. If you wanna see what you are currently running at check out

What I am trying to say is that most of us don’t have fast enough internet to watch a movie in 1080p resolution. a 3D movie is two 1080p streams. Unless you have so serious bandwidth with netflix streaming it is merely a pipe dream. Who knows what the future may have in store.

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Netflix Streaming Device with Closed Captioning

Closed captioning is a newer feature to be offered by Netflix streaming. I know it seems like it should be old news but it is much harder to send out subtitles in a stream and even harder to make a device that is able to decode that signal.


As it stands there are only a handful of devices. Dont worry though, there are many more on the way. I have compiled a small list of the devices. This list does not include the internet ready tvs that allow for subtitles on netflix streaming.


Magnavox MBP5210/F7
Panasonic DMP-BDT110, DMP-BDT210
Sharp BD-HP25U, BD-HP35U, BD-HP75U
Sony NSZ-GT1 PlayStation 3
Nintendo Wii
Apple Apple TV (2nd-gen)
D-Link Boxee Box
Logitech Revue
Roku Roku 2 HD, Roku 2 XD, Roku 2 XS
Western Digital, WDTV Live, TV Live Plus


Now get out there and enjoy your movies!