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Its sound quality and looks do justify the price tag, but you may feel hard done by considering somewhat fiddly connectivity and unpredictable playing range. Peek at the front and youll see not only the plastic speaker grille, but also two one-inch circular drivers behind it, while the back side has a less flashy dot pattern to ventilate the passive subwoofer, an on/off switch, and ports for the USB and auxiliary audio cables. During our testing, the gadget performed well, but only when it wanted to. The front of the Twist only features i-Box branding on the top left corner and a small LED light that comes on when plugged in, located on the bottom left. Sound Quality The sound the Twist produces is generally strong, especially in smaller-sized rooms where it fills the space wall-to-wall with crisp audio. Its nice, sleek and smooth with curves, a description more commonly used on sports cars. Our verdict The Twists pros lie in its sound quality and ease of use once you get to grips with it. Staying on the subject of sound, the Twist spits out a beeping noise when its battery is low at intervals which can be annoying, and personally I would have liked to see it make better use of the LED lights to communicate with the user more effectively. Unlike Brookstone, which capped Big Blue Lives volume to prevent it from distorting at a peak, dreamGEAR lets you turn up iSound Twist to a point where audio starts to sound pretty bad, particularly in clompy, thuddy bass. The problem is that iSound Twists audio quality isnt great.