Originally Posted by michaeltscott
Since switching to Canada and back I can't get Super HD on my PS3, even after rebooting, or the BDT220. I get it on my Roku 2, TiVo Premiere and in the Win8 Netflix app.
Whatever--all of my devices are attached to the same television aned I generally watch Netflix on my Roku 2 so as long as that works I'm cool. The Roku's app hasn't been updated to display Super HD labels, but no big; it's all of the stuff not restricted to 720p.
Are you actually getting Super HD on the Roku?
On the example short with my Roku 2 I sometimes get 3850 or 5800 kbps.
Looking at a few real shows (and my router real-time bandwidth) it seems most shows are streaming at 3850 (or lower!) - although occasionally I will get the 5800 stream. Maybe there is some variability and congestion using these DNS servers.
For now I think I will go back the OpenDNS servers - that way I always
get the 3850 kbps HD stream from Comcast (and I don't don't get tech supports calls when I am work from my wife saying one of the devices in our house isn't connecting - our WDS set up seemed to get messed up with these DNS servers).
If this works reliably from the US servers in the future I am definitely OK to pay for it. When I did see Super HD on a real title at 5800 kbps it looked good