Hmm yeah that's a weird one. You got any examples for us to listen to, it'd be far easier to say if there was a noticeable difference between the two. Also, I'm wondering whether there might be a way you're naming your mixes that would let people know it's vinyl only, as that could explain why there's a difference in positive feedback (likes/shares/views/whatevers), although it does not explain why people would not like vinylonly-sets.
Or I guess I added views onto the bunch on my own, how are views/plays vs regular mixes? if it's the same and it's just the love that's lacking, i dunno...
Do you record through your DVS software when you mix vinyl only, or do you do it "proper" and record in a separate software? I know at least Traktor has a pretty noticeable limiter, and alot of people who r blasted out on molly and don't know sh!t about music really really like the sound of someone just pumping that limiter with the reddest signals you can manage to produce, that might be a reason why less people like it, theyre missing the crappy overlimited then compressed sound.
Also, is your record collection up-to-date? That also might be a reason. Errybody and their grandma has an old chool vinyl only mix æ- congrats! you ain't special!
But yeah, examples would help.