you're going to have to do some serious editing for that to make any sense at all, but one thing I can tell you -- Crossovers aren't walls -- they don't just remove everything beyond the crossover point. They "roll-off".
If you use a high pass crossover at 100hz everything below 100hz will reduced gradually according to the slope of the crossover. 12db/octave is a common slope. That means if you have xdB at 100hz, you'll have x-12 dB at 50 hz, it's a big decrease, but it's not altogether gone.
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