To be honest I was more than satisfied with the release of the Raiden Fader RXI-F1. But as the world turns everything evolves. Raiden has announced that they are releasing the next gen RXI series with the RXI-F2. Featuring the latest Innofader tech, the Mini Innofader Plus, with lightning fast 1 millisecond response time. A contactless cross fader rated at 4 million cycles! Giving you the ability to tailor to any skratch style.

On board functions :

– 3 curve choices
– fader reverse/hamster option
– precision 0.15mm increment cut in adjustments for each side!
NEW session mode setting option ( input 1 dual side cut, input 2 constant passthrough), along with the regular 2 channel setting seen in our RXI-F1.

Everything is selectable on the fly using the calibration button and indicated fader movements shown in the user guide. All calibration movements have been simplified so tailoring the fader to you style is easier and faster than ever!


Along with customizable features comes durability, in its full aluminum body, with sleek screwless faceplate for unobstructed scratching. This fader is meant to widen the possibilities of portable scratching with its 2 channel design, true stereo output, and internal headphone amplifier, allowing for even more setup configurations and user satisfaction.


Easy plug and play with the faders 3.5 mm jacks. Charging the internal rechargaeble lithium ion battery is done through the micro usb jack on the device. 1.5 hrs charging, gives 12+ hrs playtime.The ultimate scratch fader.

Accessories included :
Micro USB charge cable (1)
3.5 male to male audio cable (2)
Adhesive backed hook loop strip (1)

Available for pre-order at the Portablist Shop.

One thought on “RAIDEN FADER RXI-F2

  1. excellent…i have a version two of the new raiden portable crossfader..what is the best setting or calibration method of obtaining that true .15 mm cutin with no lag? it seems the calibrtaions are a lot more simplified as opposed the version 1 of this fader..i used the configuration of…starting at point a,then moving the fader to point b,and then back to point a again…then pressing the calibration button. that takes care of the left side cut in and lag. for the right side. for the right side adjustment…i started at point c, then moved to point b,and back to c…and again hitting the calibaration utton…seems to be tight…is this the correct configuration for that total “on” “off” effect and .15mm cut in? thanxx!! and bowdowns !!


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