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Topic # 114572 23-Feb-2013 20:52
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Just noticed that Netflix now has a 3D option when scrolling through the list of genres on my PS3. Trying out the 3D option gives me - This title is not available to watch instantly or something along those lines.  Has anyone had any success with the 3D programmes? I use Unblock-US and have Netflix region on USA.  And yep, have a 55" 3D TV

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  Reply # 768325 23-Feb-2013 21:54
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Seems to be specific ISPs http://www.digitaltrends.com/home-theater/netflix-offers-super-hd-3d-streaming-to-open-connect-isps/

Don't hold your breath for an NZ one since we're not supposed to have it.




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