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mounting center channel to TV post

I have an entertainment center with TV post coming up the back. The TV gets mounted there. It would be awesome if I could get a speaker shelf that could mount to that post to put the speaker over the TV. I have a Level 3 HTD center channel, which is roughly 2' wide.

Any ideas of speaker shelves that could mount to something like that?
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Need to know what your stand looks like and how high the TV is mounted.

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I'll need to grab some photos later, but here is something that is equivalent to it: http://www.bestbuy.com/site/whalen-f...tand&cp=1&lp=7

On mine, though, the center shaft extends well above the base, and has screw holes on the side, there the screen mount attaches, very much like your standard TV mount, see this for context:
http://www.bestbuy.com/site/z-line-designs-elektra-3-in-1-tv-mount-system-for-most-flat-panel-tvs-up-to-60/2321046.p?id=1219071846153&skuId=2321046&st=catego ryid$pcmcat332100050002&cp=1&lp=7

It seems like a mount that could somehow clamp onto that rectangular channel and then extend up would be perfect.
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