You do indeed. The good thing about is that when you subscribe, you can download most of what they've published so far. Good quality recordings regardless of bitrate. I've been subscribing for about two years. It's gone up to two recordings per month.
Something like a Spendor A5 or A6 would be a natural match with that Quad pair. There are a lot of Spendor owners who also have Quads. Dali Mentor would be worth a look too.
A couple of others to look out for; Proac (a British company) sell quite a lot of speakers without advertising very much and might be worth considering because several of theirs would gel with Quad - they largely seem to sell on word of mouth.
Owned by the same parent company as Quad, Wharfedale has just released the Jade series. I've heard them and they're extremely nice sounding.
On the subject of record players (I'm an ex LP12 owner), I was interested to see that they now out-sell CD players two to one.
Part way down the page and you'll see the internals.
Quad is quite popular but owners don't often post on forums. In history, Quad were not great supporters of audiophile box swapping. At the end of this post, I've linked to a quotation by Ross Walker which contains this section;
"Do you try to appeal to the audiophile market?
"No. The audiophile is on an endless quest He wants change. He is not interested in something that is good enough to remain unchanged."
But if Quad is the best, shouldn't he end up with Quad?
"But he wouldn't be an audiophile; that would be the end of it. How dull it would be.""