20 Most Recent Coby MP-C951 Digital Media Player Questions & Answers

you need to check the port of the data line of mp3, and you also have to check the port of the computer. if you still cannot fix it, please search someone who knows well computer or online tech for check

Coby MP-C951... • Answered on Feb 10, 2014

try a different usb port

Coby MP-C951... • Answered on Nov 29, 2013

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Coby MP-C951... • Answered on Oct 30, 2013

i player reads hdd read error, when turned on. I cannot move it off of the radio selection and the palyer is not registering when plugged in the computer with the usb plug .

Coby MP-C951... • Answered on Jan 23, 2013

You could have damaged the player totally by this accidental plug in. The problem is that unless there is a protection of a reverse diode to short off the ipod can be finished off.
So open the ipod and take a test if there is any fusible link tha thas opened , then link it to short, if a diode has short remove and replace but if the mP is not working even with an established power into the player then we have a serious fault and can be irrepairable but with a high cost.

Coby MP-C951... • Answered on Sep 24, 2010


For the MP610, use Coby Media Manager as the matching software, to get the fitting format for your player.

Coby Media Manager can be downloaded using next link:
Follow up the instructions for the download.
When running the manager in the top page setup your player
the MP610 AC or AL as your player: select Tools > Device Manager...
and Add>> yours.
Click on your player and go into Configure... to see the player's Synchronization setup and
Output file format: AMV for the AC and MTV for the AL version.

Use the Help function in the page top of Coby Media Manager for more
information using the software.

Coby MP-C951... • Answered on Jan 28, 2010


The error "Frame size too big." means that the video's Frame Rate is higher than the supported frame rate of your COBY MPC951. To fix this, you need to convert the video to run lower frame rate. You can use any video converter in the internet.


Coby MP-C951... • Answered on Jun 11, 2009

my mp3 wont turn on any more it use to say read HDD error every time i turn it on and it would just go to the radio.

Coby MP-C951... • Answered on Apr 14, 2009

In reading my manual it states that the only supported video format is AVI (Xvid) There is a video conversion program on the drivers CD, but you can also download a newer version from CobyUSA.COM for free. I haven't tried it, but the firmware upgrade I did download from that site worked perfectly and loaded exactly as the manual described. Once This program is installed on your Windows machine and you import video files to it and then load them to your unit. I know this seems complicated, and it may not be necessary if your files are already AVI.

It isn't too much different from converting Wave files to MP3, though there is a learning curve. Take time and don't try to do everything at once. Download the program one day, read the manual the next, try converting a file the next. It just takes patience.

The Coby displays pictures just fine, both BMP and JPEG. Movies are always a little more complicated.

Coby MP-C951... • Answered on Feb 18, 2009

I'm afraid I don't have a solution. I will see if I can copy those files from my player to my computer, and then I might be able to email them to you.

The only comment I can make is once my player started recording when I turned it on and I discovered I'd plugged the headphones into the wrong hole in the top. I'd plugged it into the line in and I believe it was trying to treat my headphones as Microphones! ((It detected some small signal and started recording "automagically"))

I'll see if I can copy those files.

Coby MP-C951... • Answered on Sep 24, 2008

go to Coby's website to see if they still have the software

Coby MP-C951... • Answered on Jul 24, 2008

The Coby player recommends Windows Media Player 11 which can be downloaded from the windows site. I downloaded the files to my Linux machine on a USB stick and transfered them to my Windows machine which I keep isolated from the net. (Viruses and all.)

With WMP 11 the player is recognized right away, though remember to use the port numbered 2 for a complete sync with the program.

The unit also functions as a hard drive with any Windows system after 98, if you use the USB port marked 1. You don't actually need a driver disk unless your machine is running win98 or earlier. Using USB port one, you can just drag and drop mp3 files between windows. It works, I've done it, though once it did crash my computer. No harm done.

Coby MP-C951... • Answered on Jul 15, 2008

Thankfully you can redonload the firmware from the Coby website:

Coby MP-C951... • Answered on Jun 26, 2008

Here is the website with the software:

Coby MP-C951... • Answered on Jun 26, 2008

Thankfully, you can redownload the firmware from Coby's website:

Coby MP-C951... • Answered on Jun 26, 2008

yes..that's 300 mA...you should be able to replace that battery..let's find you a service manual shall we?

Coby MP-C951... • Answered on Feb 20, 2008

The accepted formats areSupported File FormatsPhoto JPEGVideo MPEG-4/H.264 AVCAudio MP3 WMASpecshttps://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/796966-REG/Coby_DP1252_DP1252_12_Digital_Photo.html/specs..

Coby Audio... • Answered on Jan 29, 2021

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