Whenever you buy something, there are usually several options in differing price tiers targeting different audiences. For example, you might say you are looking to buy a compact car, but this could be met by anything from a Toyota Corolla or a Honda Civic all the way to a BMW 3-series or a Mercedes-Benz C-Class. Even though they are all compact cars, with room for five passengers at most, they are obviously targeting different people with different price points. You would not go to a poor student and tell them they need to buy a C-Class, unless you are Editor-in-Chief Jonathan Kwan. On the other hand, you probably will not be telling a CEO of a successful company that the 3-series is out of their league. The price point difference is also more than just about the brand name, as features, build quality, and performance all play a role into how these different products are priced. You really would never expect a Corolla to be similar to a 340i, and this is completely understandable. Today, we have yet another Bluetooth speaker in the form of the LG Music Flow P5. We have seen compact Bluetooth speakers in the past, but considering this one is approximately double the suggested retail price of other ones, it is only fair to ask where the price difference comes into play. Whether it is build or sound quality, I can only expect this speaker to be better overall. Is this truly the case? Read on to find out!