Consider a number field $F$ with ring of integers $O_F$. The Beilinson regulator can in this particular setting be viewed as a map from $K_n(O_F)$ to a suitable real vector space. Here $n$ is any positive odd integer. For $n \geq 3$, there is also another regulator map, defined by Borel, and Burgos has proved that the Borel regulator (suitably normalized) is twice Beilinson's regulator. For $n=1$, the Borel regulator is not defined (as far as I understand, correct me if I'm wrong), but we do have the original and most basic example of a regulator, which is that of Dirichlet.

Question: Is there some form of comparison theorem between the Beilinson regulator and the Dirichlet regulator?