thread add more rim tape?
that often helps.
permalink Fnarrr.
Rim tape.

/contributing
permalink Exactly what I thought.
Who do I email to whinge about the iPlayer? The sound on the PS3 version is shit, it's turned up too high so it often distorts despite my telly being on a volume level of 3 out of 50.
permalink i think they're having problems all over the shop
a few radio programs i've been listening to have just cut off before the end
permalink This is just on the PS3, works fine on the xbox
and it's been this way every time I've used the ps3 iplayer.
permalink works fine on my PS3
permalink Now I feel victimised :(
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permalink you need one of those
ultra-high performance hdmi cables
permalink I'll have you know I spent good money
on an Asda Price one instead of one from the pound shop!

I might see if optical through the surround sound amp makes a difference, or maybe turn ClearVoice down a bit.
permalink you should have bought the gold plated ones
;)
permalink I seem to remember that the PS3
has its own volume control, or something like that. I know we had problems with it but I never directly worked on the PS3 version. Have a look here, and make sure you've applied any system updates, etc: http://iplayerhelp.ext...
permalink Ok, thanks.
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permalink Not with snakebites
in fact it might make them worse by raising the tube. Rim tape will only help with rim punctures.

The only solutions are more pressure (I'd run 25s at over 100psi - more like 110) and making sure he is seating the tyre properly (not catching the inner tube at all).

Weldtite used to make anti-puncture tape which was like rimtape, but went between the tube and tyre instead, but I do not think it will help with snakebites either (and it looks as though it has been discontinued anyway).

I am assuming he mounts his tyres correctly, so this is just egg sucking, but inflating them to about 20lbs or so, then spinning the wheel and feeling for irregularities is a must for high pressure tyres. I have had too many blowouts and pinches when inflating, due to idiotic Manley error, not to do that every time.
permalink I know nothing about road bikes,
but I've used special tape that goes between the tube and the tyre, that is made out of special goo, that reacts to any air being expelled from the tube, and cleverly seals the gap.
It's like those MTB inner tubes you get that have liquid gack in them that solidifies in the area of any puncture.
permalink Yeah, that is kind of what the Weldtite stuff was like.
It served dual functions - had less chance of a puncture (because there was a barrier) and attempted to close up punctures - fine at 30PSI with a Swampthing, probably fuck all use at 110PSI in Gatorskins.

If you are as fat as I am then 20mm tyres are not worth the effort, they end up being as wide, if not wider, by the time I compress them.