Netflix introduced the <a href=http://www.flatpanelshd.com/news.php?subaction=showfull&id=1357762816><b>Super HD level</b></a> in January. Since the introduction it has required that your ISP has collaborated with Netflix, but Netflix has announced that Super HD is now available to all users in all countries.<br /><br /><h3>Netflixâ€™s Super HD is now available to everyone</h3>Netflix calls it Super HD to indicate that it is their best picture quality level (with lowest compression). It is a Full HD (1920x1080) feed with mpeg4 compression (eyeIQ technology). There are two Super HD levels; one with a bit rate of 6 Mb/s and one with 4,3 Mb/s.<br /><br /><p align=center><img class="imgresponsive" src="pictures/netflixdk-1.jpg" alt="Netflix Super HD"><br><i>Netflixâ€™s Super HD is now </i></p><br />Super HD was launched during CES in January 2013 as part of the Open Connect initiative. Through Open Connect Netflix offered ISPs to install a local server to reduce the load on the internet. Only those ISPs who participated in the Open Connect initiative could offer Netflixâ€™s Super HD level to customers. But no more. Everyone can now enjoy Netflixâ€™s Super HD, regardless of ISP.<br /><br />The change has been confirmed for all of Netflixâ€™s regions.<br /><br />To take advantage of Super HD you also need a media box or Smart TV that supports it. You can see a <a href=https://support.netflix.com/en/node/8731 target=_blank><b>list here</b></a>. In addition, you also need at least a 7 Mb/s internet connection.<br /><br />Do you see the Super HD logo on your favorite Netflix player?