On our web app we've been allowing the user to download the audio files they create/upload for quite a while using the same method. A few months ago that changed a little bit but nothing drastic. Recently (i found out about it the other day, dont know when it first started) any time a user downloads a .wav file via Safari (tested with 5.0.3) or Firefox(3.6.11 or 3.6.13) the last bit of the wave file gets corrupted. In Adobe Audition it just loops the second or two of audio before the corruption for the rest of the file in windows media it just stops playing. Downloading the same file from the same account in IE8 works perfectly. It isnt always the last 3 seconds, it seems to be the last 10 or 15% of the file(percentages are a rough guess) that has the problem.
I've been googling, but with little luck, and have no idea what could cause this. I've also gone through the FF revision list back to 3.5.9(last known working version) but didnt see anything that seems related. I was thinking a fix in a more recent version may have caused the problem.
Any help or ideas would be appreciated,
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