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Oren is right, sound treatment is the key….and record some room tone on location to add in to make the VO match. FWIW, I do voiceovers, I record using either a Rode NT2 or Electrovoice RE20 into an Aphex 107 Tubessence pre amp into a MAudio 2496 card, using Audition or lately Audacity The version of audition I have (1.0) seems to freak a bit with Win7 pro. I have treated the space with 2″ thick rigid insulation.
Most recorders will do, but your audio will only be as strong as the weakest link.