Yes, I can confirm these units require two runs of CAT6 cable between them.
Thanks for the review, bw8755. I basically bought these because of your positive words.
The units worked flawlessly for a run a little under 200ft, including any minor signal loss that could have occurred by terminating the runs at wall plate patch panels on each end.
So, on one end, we have the video source output into a sender unit via HDMI, then patched over to a wall plate with a pair of CAT6 cables, which connects to another room over 100 ft away via a pair of CAT6. In that room, we patch from its wall plate with a pair of CAT6 to the receiver unit, about 50 ft. away, which then converts the output back to HDMI, for input into a projector.
We were able to broadcast 720p and 1080i video sources flawlessly with this setup.
I might add that the video source was actually sent through a DA to split it into 3 duplicate signals, and it was just one of these splits that was then sent on its merry way through the Brando units.
My video sources were not HDCP encrypted, so I cannot vouch for that yet. (Didn't test with a Blu-ray player. Instead, we used an HD camcorder and a HD media player device)
There is absolutely no comparison here on price, folks. If your run is under 300ft, go with the Brando units. If it's anything over, you're dealing with fiber anyway.
Just allow 2 weeks delivery time for the units to clear customs, as bw8755 also mentioned.