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post #61 of 73 Old 01-27-2014, 07:53 AM
 
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Is there a comprehensive list of devices which support Netflix 3D streaming?
My Roku 2 won't do it...
How about Panasonic Bluray players or TVs?
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To Netflix's woefully inadequate and outdated list, you can add 2013 Vizio 3D TVs and Sony S5100 3D blu-ray player as devices that support Netflix 3D.

Heck, we should start our own list.
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S5100 is probably close to being discontinued as the S5200 is coming out. They were on sale until the last few days at Amazon, Best Buy, Sony Store, but are starting to be hard to get. Interesting to note if S5200 will work or not.

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I have vizio 3D tv (M501d-A2R) and I use PS3 for netflix streaming. For some reason, I do not see any 3D titles to watch. Is there any setup that I need to do to watch 3D?

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Deepu,

I also have Vizio 3D TV (M501D-A2R) and using PS3 for netflix streaming. I still do not see any 3D titles on netflix. Can you please let me know what settings do I need to make to see 3D content?

 

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Is the PS3 setup for 3D, can you play a 3D video game or Blu Ray with the PS3? Is there a receiver between the PS3 and TV? To setup the PS3 for 3D go to video settings and do a auto setup and it should ask what size you 3D tv is, if that isn't happening then the PS3 doesn't recognize the TV as 3D make sure its connected directly to the TV with a high speed HDMI cable.

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I would pick up an S5100, but the feedback here at AVS seems to indicate that it has problems with Netflix 3D. Issues with freeze ups, buffering, etc...
Any feedback here?
Is there a consensus on a device that works well with Netflix HD streaming consistently anyway (not to mention 3D)?
Our Sony Bluray and Roku2 work about the same. Sometimes...then the signal will drop to SD quality.
I figure that it might be a good idea to wait until everything shakes out, then buy "one box to rule them all" in the next generation.
Thoughts?
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I never tried playing 3D games on PS3 but played blu ray without any issues. Yes, there is a receiver between TV and PS3. When I connected the PS3 directly to TV, I can see 3D content in netflix. Does it mean that we shouldn't use receiver between TV and PS3 to watch 3D on netflix?

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I never tried playing 3D games on PS3 but played blu ray without any issues. Yes, there is a receiver between TV and PS3. When I connected the PS3 directly to TV, I can see 3D content in netflix. Does it mean that we shouldn't use receiver between TV and PS3 to watch 3D on netflix?

Means you shouldn't use your receiver, many others are compatible. Probably not the right version of HDMI on your receiver.

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I find it interesting my vizio netflix with support 3d, but not my apple tv. I like the apple interface better. oh well...

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Is there better information somewhere or a Wiki that gives a current list of devices that have Netflix apps that work with 3D? Its obvious Netflix doesn't care to keep their list up to date. Pretty pathetic.

Neither Roku or Apple TV seem to do it. Why? Roku supports 3D just fine.
I wonder if the guys that maintain this forum can find a way to offer a section on this site have a live, ever changing list of recommended products such as the best unit for streaming function on Blu ray players. This list could be available for all members to update and add to when new technology arises. Streaming seems to be the latest thing, with increasing needs. There is a smaller need to collect hard copies on music, DVDs etc. as much anymore. So streaming should be a big concern. Both in 3d and other formats:

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I know this is an old thread, but figured I would use it rather than start another

Does the XBox One support 3D Netflix Stream or Amazon Prime Stream?

I heard that ATT doesn't support 3D streaming, is this still the case?

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I know this is an old thread, but figured I would use it rather than start another

Does the XBox One support 3D Netflix Stream or Amazon Prime Stream?
I know it doesn't support Netflix 3D, I think it supports Prime, but I'm not in front of it to check. I'm sure that is pretty easy to search for and get an answer.

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I have a P50ST50 and i found a couple 3D movies on netflix. There's no option to turn on 3D and when I press the 3D button on the remote, nothing happens. The movie is being shown in 2D. Is there something I have to do to view these movies in 3D on my tv?
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