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It has a USB port that you may be able to us with your iPod's sync cable (I'm not familiar with this Coby model) but you can always hook an iPod to any stereo or home theater using a mini jack to RCA stereo audio cable, just plug one end into the headphone jack on the iPod and the red/white cables go into an audio input in back (or front) of stereo or home theater.Good Luck.
<p>It is advisable to listen to your iPod through headphones
while driving in the car. Not only is it dangerous to completely cancel the
sounds of the road as it is often illegal in many cities across the country.
There is an alternative, however. In just a few steps you can use your iPod to
your car stereo speakers and use the car to listen to your music, podcasts and
audiobooks. No brand car stereo makes it easier to connect these beautiful than
Pioneer. <br />
<p>1. Connect one end of the mini-jack on your iPod headphone
jack. Once done, set your iPod or on your dashboard or your car seat so that it
will not tip over while driving. <br />
<p>2. Find your sound system's auxiliary input Pioneer. It is
often located in front of the front panel stereo, but can also open the front
or back of the unit completely. If the extra connector on the back of the
stereo itself, then you remove the panel. When it comes to this, see the
instructions that came with your sound system is provided for further guidance.
<p>3. Connect the other end of the cable mini-jack for stereo
aux port. This will allow your iPod to the audio signal through the cable to
the stereo and the stereo signal will pass to the car speakers. Most often,
when something is plugged into the stereo aux jack will work in stereo. In some
models a setting to select the additional connection. Whatever the case, now
you can sit and enjoy your iPod for that long car ride. <br />
SEEMS LIKE YOU ARE TRYING TO PLUG INTO THE HEADPHONES JACK AT THE FRONT ! NO GOOD . YOU NEED TO HAVE STEREO ON. AND USE AUX. TO DO THIS pLUG IN YOUR MP3 PLAYER WITH 3.5 STEREO JACK OTHER END BACK OF STEREO INTO AUX. RED AND WHITE RCA PLUGS. THIS LEAD COSTS LESS THAN $7.00 AND THE SOUND IS VERY LOUD THEN. ! I DID IT MYSELF AND AM HAPPY WITH IT .
All you need is a new headphone jack as yours may be messed up, or it may need to be checked as the cord may have came loose and just needs to be reconnected. They are pretty cheap to replace so it will not cost alot to fix.
Once you have the cable, you stick the headphone plug (3.5 mm stereo mini-phono) into the headphone jack on your Zune, then you insert the red and white RCA jacks into an open input on your surround receiver... most have an auxilliary input jack set on the front of the unit. All you need to do at this point is select the "aux input" for the source on the surround receiver, start your Zune, and make sure the volume on the Zune is somewhere in the 50 - 75% range, and you should be good to go.
I have a panasonic home theatre and my ipod connects in the front of the system. The cable is basically a headphone cable with the same JACK at either end. In short the system is the headphone but you don't put it in your ears!!. You can pick these cables up from virtually any electrical retailer for less than the price of a pint!
I am not sure if the model you have supports iPod control, but if it has an input jack in the front, you can use a cable from the headphone jack into the Aux jack in the front of the stereo and when there is a cable inserted into the jack you will be able to select Aux with the source button. The other option is to get a kit installed at your car stereo place that will allow you to connect it via 3rd party hardware.